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    Vote YES to continue proper staffing and adequate academic programs in Tukwila Schools

  • Like school districts across the state, Tukwila Public Schools relies on local bonds and levies to provide an excellent environment for education. Proposition 1 asks voters to replace an expiring 2020 levy that is vital for maintaining essential school operations. 

    If approved by voters again, Proposition 1 would continue to support staffing positions including nurses, counselors, and custodians, fund a portion of special education services, and sustain academic programs in band, art, music, world languages, and more. Additionally, it provides for textbooks, student transportation, and extracurricular activities like clubs and athletics. At an estimated average rate of $3.39 per $1,000 in assessed property value, if both Proposition 1 and 2 are passed, the new rate represents a drop of $0.41 from the current total rate of $3.80.

    Renewing this levy is key to continuing the high-quality education and support our students deserve. Vote Yes on Tukwila School District's Proposition No. 1.

    Last updated: 2024-01-24

    Like school districts across the state, Tukwila Public Schools relies on local bonds and levies to provide an excellent environment for education. Proposition 1 asks voters to replace an expiring 2020 levy that is vital for maintaining essential school operations. 

    If approved by voters again, Proposition 1 would continue to support staffing positions including nurses, counselors, and custodians, fund a portion of special education services, and sustain academic programs in band, art, music, world languages, and more. Additionally, it provides for textbooks, student transportation, and extracurricular activities like clubs and athletics. At an estimated average rate of $3.39 per $1,000 in assessed property value, if both Proposition 1 and 2 are passed, the new rate represents a drop of $0.41 from the current total rate of $3.80.

    Renewing this levy is key to continuing the high-quality education and support our students deserve. Vote Yes on Tukwila School District's Proposition No. 1.

    Like school districts across the state, Tukwila Public Schools relies on local bonds and levies to provide an excellent environment for education. Proposition 1 asks voters to replace an expiring 2020 levy that is vital for maintaining essential school operations. 

    If approved by voters again, Proposition 1 would continue to support staffing positions including nurses, counselors, and custodians, fund a portion of special education services, and sustain academic programs in band, art, music, world languages, and more. Additionally, it provides for textbooks, student transportation, and extracurricular activities like clubs and athletics. At an estimated average rate of $3.39 per $1,000 in assessed property value, if both Proposition 1 and 2 are passed, the new rate represents a drop of $0.41 from the current total rate of $3.80.

    Renewing this levy is key to continuing the high-quality education and support our students deserve. Vote Yes on Tukwila School District's Proposition No. 1.

    Tukwila School District No. 406 Proposition No. 1

    Like school districts across the state, Tukwila Public Schools relies on local bonds and levies to provide an excellent environment for education. Proposition 1 asks voters to replace an expiring 2020 levy that is vital for maintaining essential school operations. 

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    Vote YES to provide modern technology and infrastructure updates to Tukwila schools

  • Our students perform their best when they have all the resources they need to succeed in college, today's job market, and beyond. To that end, Proposition No. 2, the Tukwila School District's Technology and Capital Levy, is an investment worth making. This levy, up for renewal after a previous approval in 2020, is essential for providing our students with the tools and environment they need to thrive in an increasingly digital world. 

    The levy will fund critical aspects of the district's technology plan for 2024-2028, including funding laptops and presentation boards as well as ensuring that every student has access to the latest educational technology. Additionally, it covers essential maintenance and software updates, staffing and professional development to help educators effectively integrate technology into their teaching, and upgrades to wireless infrastructure and other vital tech resources. In a world where technology is at the forefront of education and innovation, supporting this levy means ensuring that our students are equipped to succeed in a technology-driven age.

    The levy renewal is estimated to cost homeowners $0.75 per $1,000 in assessed property value from 2025 to 2028. A homeowner in Tukwila with a property appraised at $500,000 can expect to pay about $375 a year, or $31.25 a month.

    Vote Yes on Proposition No. 2 to help Tukwila students continue to thrive.

    Last updated: 2024-01-24

    Our students perform their best when they have all the resources they need to succeed in college, today's job market, and beyond. To that end, Proposition No. 2, the Tukwila School District's Technology and Capital Levy, is an investment worth making. This levy, up for renewal after a previous approval in 2020, is essential for providing our students with the tools and environment they need to thrive in an increasingly digital world. 

    The levy will fund critical aspects of the district's technology plan for 2024-2028, including funding laptops and presentation boards as well as ensuring that every student has access to the latest educational technology. Additionally, it covers essential maintenance and software updates, staffing and professional development to help educators effectively integrate technology into their teaching, and upgrades to wireless infrastructure and other vital tech resources. In a world where technology is at the forefront of education and innovation, supporting this levy means ensuring that our students are equipped to succeed in a technology-driven age.

    The levy renewal is estimated to cost homeowners $0.75 per $1,000 in assessed property value from 2025 to 2028. A homeowner in Tukwila with a property appraised at $500,000 can expect to pay about $375 a year, or $31.25 a month.

    Vote Yes on Proposition No. 2 to help Tukwila students continue to thrive.

    Our students perform their best when they have all the resources they need to succeed in college, today's job market, and beyond. To that end, Proposition No. 2, the Tukwila School District's Technology and Capital Levy, is an investment worth making. This levy, up for renewal after a previous approval in 2020, is essential for providing our students with the tools and environment they need to thrive in an increasingly digital world. 

    The levy will fund critical aspects of the district's technology plan for 2024-2028, including funding laptops and presentation boards as well as ensuring that every student has access to the latest educational technology. Additionally, it covers essential maintenance and software updates, staffing and professional development to help educators effectively integrate technology into their teaching, and upgrades to wireless infrastructure and other vital tech resources. In a world where technology is at the forefront of education and innovation, supporting this levy means ensuring that our students are equipped to succeed in a technology-driven age.

    The levy renewal is estimated to cost homeowners $0.75 per $1,000 in assessed property value from 2025 to 2028. A homeowner in Tukwila with a property appraised at $500,000 can expect to pay about $375 a year, or $31.25 a month.

    Vote Yes on Proposition No. 2 to help Tukwila students continue to thrive.

    Tukwila School District No. 406 Proposition No. 2

    Our students perform their best when they have all the resources they need to succeed in college, today's job market, and beyond. To that end, Proposition No. 2, the Tukwila School District's Technology and Capital Levy, is an investment worth making.