Important Pasco School Bond Information YOU Need to Know!
The Pasco School District has placed a bond on the February 12 ballot, and they want residents to know what it’s for, what it will cost, and why it is needed.The district will be holding a series of public meetings at various venues in the school district to provide complete details of their plans.
The bond, which will be voted on February 12th, includes funding to build three much-needed elementary schools, improvements to Stevens Middle School and New Horizon High School, and a number of other projects. The levy is valued at $46.8 million dollars. The taxpayer rate is .34 cents for every $1,000 of assessed home value. For example, a homeowner who’s house is valued at $100,000 would pay about $34 dollars a year.
Public information meetings will be held at the following locations:
- January 17th 6:30 pm at both Whittier Elementary School and Chiawana High High School, in their libraries.
- January 22nd 6pm at McGee Elementary in the library
- January 24th 6pm at the C.L. Booth Administration Building in the boardroom.
- January 29th 5:30pm at the Frost Elementary library
- January 31st. 6pm at the C.L. Booth Building board room.
All sessions will have Spanish translation available, and the January 29th meeting at Frost Elementary will also offer Russian translation.
For more details and information on the upcoming Pasco levy, click the button below to view their website.