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Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below school district races on your ballot.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES to ensure our students have safe and modern learning environments

  • When our schools invest in the potential of all students, the entire Battle Ground community benefits. Voters will have an opportunity on this year's ballot to ensure that all students receive the opportunities, resources, and information they need to successfully enter today’s world. 

    Battle Ground School District Proposition 7 authorizes a capital levy to fund much-needed safety, facility, and technology improvements throughout the district. The levy would replace funding from a bond measure of the same rate that expired in December 2023. At a rate of $0.44 per $1,000 in assessed value over three years, the owner of a median-priced $586,000 Battle Ground home could expect to pay about $258 annually.

    If approved, Proposition 7 is expected to raise $8.5 million in its first year alone. This revenue is earmarked specifically for our students and would go towards upgrading security cameras and controls, repairing roofs, upgrading lighting, improving heating and cooling systems, upgrading learning technology, improving the broadband network, and creating learning spaces for CTE programs such as construction trades, health sciences, and culinary skills.

    Vote Yes on Battle Ground School District Proposition 7 to ensure our students have safe, modern, and fully equipped schools.

    Last updated: 2024-01-24

    When our schools invest in the potential of all students, the entire Battle Ground community benefits. Voters will have an opportunity on this year's ballot to ensure that all students receive the opportunities, resources, and information they need to successfully enter today’s world. 

    Battle Ground School District Proposition 7 authorizes a capital levy to fund much-needed safety, facility, and technology improvements throughout the district. The levy would replace funding from a bond measure of the same rate that expired in December 2023. At a rate of $0.44 per $1,000 in assessed value over three years, the owner of a median-priced $586,000 Battle Ground home could expect to pay about $258 annually.

    If approved, Proposition 7 is expected to raise $8.5 million in its first year alone. This revenue is earmarked specifically for our students and would go towards upgrading security cameras and controls, repairing roofs, upgrading lighting, improving heating and cooling systems, upgrading learning technology, improving the broadband network, and creating learning spaces for CTE programs such as construction trades, health sciences, and culinary skills.

    Vote Yes on Battle Ground School District Proposition 7 to ensure our students have safe, modern, and fully equipped schools.

    When our schools invest in the potential of all students, the entire Battle Ground community benefits. Voters will have an opportunity on this year's ballot to ensure that all students receive the opportunities, resources, and information they need to successfully enter today’s world. 

    Battle Ground School District Proposition 7 authorizes a capital levy to fund much-needed safety, facility, and technology improvements throughout the district. The levy would replace funding from a bond measure of the same rate that expired in December 2023. At a rate of $0.44 per $1,000 in assessed value over three years, the owner of a median-priced $586,000 Battle Ground home could expect to pay about $258 annually.

    If approved, Proposition 7 is expected to raise $8.5 million in its first year alone. This revenue is earmarked specifically for our students and would go towards upgrading security cameras and controls, repairing roofs, upgrading lighting, improving heating and cooling systems, upgrading learning technology, improving the broadband network, and creating learning spaces for CTE programs such as construction trades, health sciences, and culinary skills.

    Vote Yes on Battle Ground School District Proposition 7 to ensure our students have safe, modern, and fully equipped schools.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES to continue funding basic education programs

  • In order to maintain the district's excellent educational opportunities for students, the Camas School District has put the Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) Levy on this year's ballot in the form of Proposition No. 6. This isn't a new levy but an ask to renew the current levy that expires at the end of 2024.

    The EP&O Levy is crucial for enriching basic education in ways that state funding alone cannot cover. It supports a wide range of vital services and programs from maintaining facilities to offering a diverse array of electives to funding health services and drug prevention. This levy also ensures the employment of teachers and support staff essential for robust educational experiences and includes funding for textbooks, special education, the Highly Capable Program, and more.

    At a rate of $1.82 per $1,000 of assessed property value, the owner of a home valued at $650,000 can expect to pay $1,183 per year for this wide range of services for our students.

    This levy represents our collective effort to provide a well-rounded, high-quality education in Camas. To continue preparing our students for a successful future, vote Yes on Proposition 6.

    Last updated: 2024-01-23

    In order to maintain the district's excellent educational opportunities for students, the Camas School District has put the Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) Levy on this year's ballot in the form of Proposition No. 6. This isn't a new levy but an ask to renew the current levy that expires at the end of 2024.

    The EP&O Levy is crucial for enriching basic education in ways that state funding alone cannot cover. It supports a wide range of vital services and programs from maintaining facilities to offering a diverse array of electives to funding health services and drug prevention. This levy also ensures the employment of teachers and support staff essential for robust educational experiences and includes funding for textbooks, special education, the Highly Capable Program, and more.

    At a rate of $1.82 per $1,000 of assessed property value, the owner of a home valued at $650,000 can expect to pay $1,183 per year for this wide range of services for our students.

    This levy represents our collective effort to provide a well-rounded, high-quality education in Camas. To continue preparing our students for a successful future, vote Yes on Proposition 6.

    In order to maintain the district's excellent educational opportunities for students, the Camas School District has put the Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) Levy on this year's ballot in the form of Proposition No. 6. This isn't a new levy but an ask to renew the current levy that expires at the end of 2024.

    The EP&O Levy is crucial for enriching basic education in ways that state funding alone cannot cover. It supports a wide range of vital services and programs from maintaining facilities to offering a diverse array of electives to funding health services and drug prevention. This levy also ensures the employment of teachers and support staff essential for robust educational experiences and includes funding for textbooks, special education, the Highly Capable Program, and more.

    At a rate of $1.82 per $1,000 of assessed property value, the owner of a home valued at $650,000 can expect to pay $1,183 per year for this wide range of services for our students.

    This levy represents our collective effort to provide a well-rounded, high-quality education in Camas. To continue preparing our students for a successful future, vote Yes on Proposition 6.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES to continue renew critical education funding

  • This year, the Camas School District has put the renewal of the Capital Levy for Technology, Health, and Safety on the ballot to continue maintaining student technology needs. This levy, like Proposition No. 6, is not a new tax but a continuation of the support provided by the two existing school levies that expire in 2024.

    The money allocated from the levy pays for many vital technology needs including basic learning and safety assets like computers and security cameras. Further, about 98 percent of all hardware and software purchases in the districts' schools are reliant on this levy. Beyond technology, the levy is critical for essential infrastructure maintenance that keeps our students dry, warm, and safe – including roof repairs at Camas High School and Liberty Middle School, boiler replacements, and turf replacements at key athletic fields.

    At the levy’s proposed rate of $0.39 cents per $1,000 in assessed property value, the owner of a median-priced $650,000 Camas home could expect to pay about $254 dollars a year to continue maintaining school buildings and technology.

    An active investment in the ongoing safety, health, and technological empowerment of our students builds a foundation for Camas youth to thrive. Vote Yes on Proposition 7, the Capital Levy for Technology, Health, and Safety.

    Last updated: 2024-01-23

    This year, the Camas School District has put the renewal of the Capital Levy for Technology, Health, and Safety on the ballot to continue maintaining student technology needs. This levy, like Proposition No. 6, is not a new tax but a continuation of the support provided by the two existing school levies that expire in 2024.

    The money allocated from the levy pays for many vital technology needs including basic learning and safety assets like computers and security cameras. Further, about 98 percent of all hardware and software purchases in the districts' schools are reliant on this levy. Beyond technology, the levy is critical for essential infrastructure maintenance that keeps our students dry, warm, and safe – including roof repairs at Camas High School and Liberty Middle School, boiler replacements, and turf replacements at key athletic fields.

    At the levy’s proposed rate of $0.39 cents per $1,000 in assessed property value, the owner of a median-priced $650,000 Camas home could expect to pay about $254 dollars a year to continue maintaining school buildings and technology.

    An active investment in the ongoing safety, health, and technological empowerment of our students builds a foundation for Camas youth to thrive. Vote Yes on Proposition 7, the Capital Levy for Technology, Health, and Safety.

    This year, the Camas School District has put the renewal of the Capital Levy for Technology, Health, and Safety on the ballot to continue maintaining student technology needs. This levy, like Proposition No. 6, is not a new tax but a continuation of the support provided by the two existing school levies that expire in 2024.

    The money allocated from the levy pays for many vital technology needs including basic learning and safety assets like computers and security cameras. Further, about 98 percent of all hardware and software purchases in the districts' schools are reliant on this levy. Beyond technology, the levy is critical for essential infrastructure maintenance that keeps our students dry, warm, and safe – including roof repairs at Camas High School and Liberty Middle School, boiler replacements, and turf replacements at key athletic fields.

    At the levy’s proposed rate of $0.39 cents per $1,000 in assessed property value, the owner of a median-priced $650,000 Camas home could expect to pay about $254 dollars a year to continue maintaining school buildings and technology.

    An active investment in the ongoing safety, health, and technological empowerment of our students builds a foundation for Camas youth to thrive. Vote Yes on Proposition 7, the Capital Levy for Technology, Health, and Safety.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES to fund quality Green Mountain educations while lowering school tax rates

  • Green Mountain School District's Proposition 4 would replace an expiring levy that covers essential educational programs and operations costs not funded by the state. This replacement, which is not a new tax, funds about 18 percent of the district's budget. The expiring educational programs and operations levy is higher than the one proposed in Proposition 4, and if passed, most voters can expect to see a decrease in this tax in the coming years. 

    At an estimated rate of $2.25 per $1,000 of assessed value, the owner of a median-priced $539,500 home could expect to pay just over $1,200 per year. The levy, which would last three years at this stable rate, is expected to generate $1.74 million earmarked solely for our schools. By replacing the levy, Green Mountain will continue to have one of the lowest school tax rates in the county without compromising vital programs and services for our students.

    Green Mountain’s school district is a cornerstone of the community, and everyone benefits when our students are safe, happy, and successful at school. To meet their highest potential, our students need continued access to basic instructional materials, supplies, and equipment as well as small class sizes, library funding, infrastructure improvement, technology repairs and replacements, and proper staffing including paraprofessional support. With Green Mountain's school district only serving students K-8, the levy also funds the costs to send Green Mountain students to our local high schools in La Center, Woodland, and Battle Ground.

    Vote Yes on Green Mountain School District, Proposition 4 so that all Green Mountain students receive a high-quality education in safe and well-resourced learning environments.

    Last updated: 2024-01-22

    Green Mountain School District's Proposition 4 would replace an expiring levy that covers essential educational programs and operations costs not funded by the state. This replacement, which is not a new tax, funds about 18 percent of the district's budget. The expiring educational programs and operations levy is higher than the one proposed in Proposition 4, and if passed, most voters can expect to see a decrease in this tax in the coming years. 

    At an estimated rate of $2.25 per $1,000 of assessed value, the owner of a median-priced $539,500 home could expect to pay just over $1,200 per year. The levy, which would last three years at this stable rate, is expected to generate $1.74 million earmarked solely for our schools. By replacing the levy, Green Mountain will continue to have one of the lowest school tax rates in the county without compromising vital programs and services for our students.

    Green Mountain’s school district is a cornerstone of the community, and everyone benefits when our students are safe, happy, and successful at school. To meet their highest potential, our students need continued access to basic instructional materials, supplies, and equipment as well as small class sizes, library funding, infrastructure improvement, technology repairs and replacements, and proper staffing including paraprofessional support. With Green Mountain's school district only serving students K-8, the levy also funds the costs to send Green Mountain students to our local high schools in La Center, Woodland, and Battle Ground.

    Vote Yes on Green Mountain School District, Proposition 4 so that all Green Mountain students receive a high-quality education in safe and well-resourced learning environments.

    Green Mountain School District's Proposition 4 would replace an expiring levy that covers essential educational programs and operations costs not funded by the state. This replacement, which is not a new tax, funds about 18 percent of the district's budget. The expiring educational programs and operations levy is higher than the one proposed in Proposition 4, and if passed, most voters can expect to see a decrease in this tax in the coming years. 

    At an estimated rate of $2.25 per $1,000 of assessed value, the owner of a median-priced $539,500 home could expect to pay just over $1,200 per year. The levy, which would last three years at this stable rate, is expected to generate $1.74 million earmarked solely for our schools. By replacing the levy, Green Mountain will continue to have one of the lowest school tax rates in the county without compromising vital programs and services for our students.

    Green Mountain’s school district is a cornerstone of the community, and everyone benefits when our students are safe, happy, and successful at school. To meet their highest potential, our students need continued access to basic instructional materials, supplies, and equipment as well as small class sizes, library funding, infrastructure improvement, technology repairs and replacements, and proper staffing including paraprofessional support. With Green Mountain's school district only serving students K-8, the levy also funds the costs to send Green Mountain students to our local high schools in La Center, Woodland, and Battle Ground.

    Vote Yes on Green Mountain School District, Proposition 4 so that all Green Mountain students receive a high-quality education in safe and well-resourced learning environments.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES to continue critical funding for our local schools

  • Woodland's public schools rely on levies and bonds to supplement state funding and provide the best local education possible. Woodland School District Proposition 1 replaces a school levy that expired in 2023 which financed basic district expenses not already covered by state funding.

    Last year, the school board adopted Resolution 8 to replace the expired educational programs and operations levy for another three years. At a rate of $2.20 per $1,000 of assessed value, the levy is expected to generate over $7 million in school funding in 2025 alone. The owner of a $750,000 home could expect to pay just over $1,600 a year to keep vital programs and resources in place for our students.

    Strong schools are a fundamental element of strong communities. Woodland’s school district has already faced large cuts and making more would compromise the quality of education our students receive. The district has a detailed plan in place for the allocation of these funds. If passed, the public revenue raised will allow the continuation of advanced placement courses, access to instructional technology, school safety measures, athletic programs, special education, financial literacy curriculums, nursing services, and music, art, and drama programs. The levy is also imperative to the maintenance and improvements of school infrastructure, safety and security systems, and utilities.

    Vote Yes on Woodland School District Proposition 1 to ensure our schools are equipped to offer a high-quality education to all our students.

    Last updated: 2024-01-24

    Woodland's public schools rely on levies and bonds to supplement state funding and provide the best local education possible. Woodland School District Proposition 1 replaces a school levy that expired in 2023 which financed basic district expenses not already covered by state funding.

    Last year, the school board adopted Resolution 8 to replace the expired educational programs and operations levy for another three years. At a rate of $2.20 per $1,000 of assessed value, the levy is expected to generate over $7 million in school funding in 2025 alone. The owner of a $750,000 home could expect to pay just over $1,600 a year to keep vital programs and resources in place for our students.

    Strong schools are a fundamental element of strong communities. Woodland’s school district has already faced large cuts and making more would compromise the quality of education our students receive. The district has a detailed plan in place for the allocation of these funds. If passed, the public revenue raised will allow the continuation of advanced placement courses, access to instructional technology, school safety measures, athletic programs, special education, financial literacy curriculums, nursing services, and music, art, and drama programs. The levy is also imperative to the maintenance and improvements of school infrastructure, safety and security systems, and utilities.

    Vote Yes on Woodland School District Proposition 1 to ensure our schools are equipped to offer a high-quality education to all our students.

    Woodland's public schools rely on levies and bonds to supplement state funding and provide the best local education possible. Woodland School District Proposition 1 replaces a school levy that expired in 2023 which financed basic district expenses not already covered by state funding.

    Last year, the school board adopted Resolution 8 to replace the expired educational programs and operations levy for another three years. At a rate of $2.20 per $1,000 of assessed value, the levy is expected to generate over $7 million in school funding in 2025 alone. The owner of a $750,000 home could expect to pay just over $1,600 a year to keep vital programs and resources in place for our students.

    Strong schools are a fundamental element of strong communities. Woodland’s school district has already faced large cuts and making more would compromise the quality of education our students receive. The district has a detailed plan in place for the allocation of these funds. If passed, the public revenue raised will allow the continuation of advanced placement courses, access to instructional technology, school safety measures, athletic programs, special education, financial literacy curriculums, nursing services, and music, art, and drama programs. The levy is also imperative to the maintenance and improvements of school infrastructure, safety and security systems, and utilities.

    Vote Yes on Woodland School District Proposition 1 to ensure our schools are equipped to offer a high-quality education to all our students.