What is a “zero mill increase” bond proposal?
The Board recently voted to refund our current bonds at a lower rate. As a result, taxes will be reduced by approximately .8 mills starting with the 2020 levy. However, if the bond is passed, the .8 mills are expected to be added back on and extended for 2 years. Therefore, even though we would be adding those .8 mills back on, neither tax amounts nor mills, are expected to increase. They are expected to remain the same. Thus, it is called a “zero mill increase.” However, the taxes generated by the .8 mills would be paid over 2 additional years. Continue reading
Brethren High School/Middle School KND Elementary Thursday, September 19th, 2019 Scholastic Book Fair will be opening on October 24th for the Parent/Teacher Conferences and will run through October 31st this year! SPORTS : – Great job to the cross country teams as they gave up their day off for the…
School will be closed Wednesday, September 18, 2019 due to water/well issues.