The Beaverton School District has a strong record of saving taxpayers’ money, spending less on administrative costs than any district in the state. 100% of levy renewal funds will be spent in Beaverton classrooms.
Prevents Painful Cuts:
Without the levy renewal, the Beaverton School District will be forced to cut its budget by thirty million dollars and will risk eliminating three hundred teaching positions, which will lead to increased class sizes.
Same Low Tax Rate:
Renewing the levy allows the Beaverton School District to preserve three hundred teaching positions and maintain class sizes without raising taxes. The renewal provides reliable, stable funding for school operations through 2023, and an average Beaverton homeowner would continue to pay less than $25 a month.
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We’re Voting Yes for Beaverton Schools.
This May, voters will have an opportunity to renew the Beaverton School District Local Option Levy, providing essential funding to preserve teaching positions, maintain class sizes, and help ensure students are prepared for post-high school success, all without raising tax rates.
State Treasurer Tobias Read
Sen. Mark Hass, Co-Chair of Yes for Beaverton Schools
Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
Rep. Sheri Malstrom
Rep. Margaret Doherty
Rep. Jeff Barker
Rep. Ken Helm
Rep. Mitch Greenlick
Washington County Commissioner Greg Malinowski
Metro Council Candidate Juan Carlos Gonzales
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD) Director Felicita Monteblanco
Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle, Co-Chair of Yes for Beaverton Schools
Beaverton City Councilor Lacey Beaty
Beaverton City Councilor Cate Arnold
Beaverton City Councilor Betty Bode
Beaverton City Councilor Marc San Soucie
Beaverton City Councilor Mark Fagin
Beaverton Chamber of Commerce
Vernier Software & Technology
Pacific Office Automation
Beaverton Education Association
Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA)
Portland Business Alliance
Beaverton Valley Times
Christine & Dave Vernier
Dr. Sandra Fowler-Hill