Local levy funding allows us to provide the quality education our community expects for our children, which goes beyond the minimum funded by the state.
Having good schools and facilities has a positive effect on our neighborhoods. Better schools help build a stronger community, which will improve our quality of life, keep crime down, and help increase the value of our homes.
Funds from the EP&O Levy Benefit All Students and our community.
All students should be given the same opportunities regardless of their abilities, backgrounds, or family income. This funding will ensure all students in Kent School District have the same opportunities to learn, grow and succeed.
When Our Schools Are Strong, Our Community Thrives.
The renewal EP&O Levy supports educational programs, student learning and staffing. Since 1984 Kent School District has operated with local levy support for education programs and operations.
The Kent School District (KSD) Renewal Educational Program & Operations (EP&O) Levy measure on the ballot for the February 11, 2020 election replaces the current levy expiring in December 2020.
Investing in Our Students is Investing in Our Community.
Our local levy and bond dollars, when approved by voters, provide funds that stay in our district and help our students.
A stable tax rate for our community that also addresses the educational needs of all students in Kent School District was a primary goal of planning the renewal levy for the February 11, 2020 election.
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