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

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    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.