Board Adopts Levy Replacement Resolutions

Tahoma School Board Adopts Resolutions for Levy Replacements in Feb. 2024 Election
Posted on 10/11/2023

The Tahoma School Board on Tuesday, Oct. 10 unanimously voted to adopt resolutions for the replacement of its expiring Educational Programs & Operations (EP&O) and Technology (Tech) levies. The levy replacements will be presented to voters during a Feb. 2024 special election. If passed by voters, the levies will provide funding during the 2025 and 2026 calendar years. The District’s current EP&O and Tech levies will expire at the end of 2024.

Replacement Educational Programs & Operations (EP&O) Levy

The EP&O levy supplements or fully funds curricular and extracurricular programs, activities, staffing, services and supplies. If approved by voters, the maximum collection for this levy would be $58,012,034 over two years (2025: $28,265,963 / 2026: $29,746,071). The annual estimated levy rate for property owners would be $2.50 per $1,000 of assessed valuation (AV), as determined by the King County Assessor’s office.

Replacement Technology Levy

The Technology levy supplements or fully funds educational and operational technology, equipment, software, staffing, training and technical support. If approved by voters, the collection for this levy would be $9,376,733 over two years (2025: $4,476,432 / 2026: $4,900,301). The annual estimated levy rate for property owners would be approximately $0.405 per $1,000 of AV (2025: $0.40 / 2026: $0.41), as determined by the King County Assessor’s office.

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