Congratulations and thank you to the Mercer Island community for the passage of the 2018 Replacement Educational Maintenance & Operations Levy
Results will be finalized February 23 once all ballots are tallied.
In the news:
Public presentation held January 28, 2018 3pm at Aljoya in downtown Mercer Island.
Yes on school levy is important for Mercer Island | Letter – January 24, 2018
Levy committee encourages Islanders to vote to ‘keep schools strong’ – January 24, 2018
King County Voters Guide for the Mercer Island School District Ballot Measure – January 23, 2018
Mercer Island High School alums support levy – January 17, 2018
2018 MISD Levy Facts Brochure – January 9, 2018
MISD PTA presidents encourage Island voters to support the school levy – January 9, 2018
MISD School Board votes to place levy on February 2018 ballot – October 27, 2017
Mercer Island School District Levy Info
Mercer Islanders are committed to keeping our schools strong. A four year, replacement Maintenance & Operations Levy is being proposed for a community vote on February 13, 2018. This levy replaces one that was passed by Mercer Island voters in 2014.
This levy continues to provide 20% of the total funding required by the school district and 38% of the special education budget. This replacement levy pays for existing programs and teachers, beyond the state’s definition of basic education, that are no longer funded. It is essential to maintaining the high quality of Mercer Island Schools, a key reason people move to the Island.
The last levies were overwhelmingly approved by Mercer Island voters. When you receive your ballot January 26, 2018, please vote yes to keep our schools among the best in the state.
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More details about the levy are here:
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