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Letter from Our Superintendent

Bruneau-Grand View Patrons,

There will be a School Talks community open forum on Wednesday, March 20 at 6:00 p.m. The topic is the Bruneau-Grand View May levy resolution.

In early December, the school board asked that an Ad-Hoc Levy Committee to bring a recommendation whether or not to ask the voters for an operational levy to be placed on the May election ballot. With the reduction of student enrollment and the end of Federal Cares Act funds, the committee recommended asking voters to approve a two-year levy to continue operations and maintenance of the district. It was recommended the proposed levy be in the amount of $650,000 per year for two years ($1,300,000 over two years). 

Purpose Approximate Amount Allocated:

  • Salaries/Benefits - $474,509
  • Technology Services/Supplies/Equipment - $65,500
  • Athletics/Salaries/Benefits/Supplies/Tournaments - $92,992
  • Ground Maintenance/Building Care Supplies - $16,999

Total Annual Levy Amount: $650,000

At the March 12 school board meeting the trustees voted 4-1 in favor of putting the resolution on the May election ballot (The estimated average annual cost to the taxpayer on the proposed $650,000 levy is a tax of $212.50 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value, per year, based on current conditions.

Wednesday’s School Talks meeting will be dedicated to answering community questions regarding:

  • What will the wording be on the resolution ballot?
  • Why is there a need for a supplemental levy?
  • If passed, how much will the levy cost property owners?
  • What will levy funds be paying for in the proposed 2024–2025 school year budget?
  • How will the outcome of the May levy affect academic or athletics programs in the future?
  • Other questions welcome

Thank you,

Jeff Blaser

Jeff Blaser