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    Attend a Levies Information Community Meeting in January
    Posted on 12/19/2018
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    Seattle Public Schools hosting community meetings in January about upcoming education levies

    Please join Superintendent Denise Juneau and other district leaders to learn more about the upcoming Seattle Public Schools February 2019 levies at three Levy Informational Meetings in January.

    Each meeting will include a short presentation, starting at 7:10 p.m. about what’s on the Educational Programs and Operations Levy (EP&O), and the Building Excellence V (BEX V) Capital Levy. People will also have time to ask questions about the ballot propositions, the process, and what’s included for each school in the district’s levy request.

    All meetings are from 7-8 p.m.

    Tues., Jan. 8, John Rogers Elementary Cafeteria, 4030 NE 109th Street

    Thurs., Jan. 10, Montlake Elementary Gymnasium, 2409 22nd Ave. East

    Tues., Jan. 22, Rainier Beach High School Cafeteria, 8815 Seward Pk. Ave. South

    Language interpretation will be provided at each meeting. If you need ASL interpretation, please contact

    Wondering why the district is asking voters to consider local education levies? Watch our budget video below.

    The EP&O and BEXV levies replace existing levies and are not a new tax to Seattle property owners. All funds stay in Seattle to support our students and schools and pay for safety and security upgrades at every school, critical day-to-day operations, educator salaries, technology supports, and will fund eight major school construction projects across the district. These projects will increase the number of classrooms, reduce portables, and balance class size.

    Learn more about our School Levies webpage.

    Comments and questions are welcome via email or mail: