Strong Schools…. Strong Community
– It’s a long and proud tradition in this community
Tuesday February 13th is a very important day for the education of the students, and future students, in the Longview School District. That is the deadline for mail-in ballots in the district’s Maintenance, Operation and Programs Levy (MOPL) levy and the Capital Projects and Technology levy. Your continued support for these levies is extremely important.
These levies replace the current levies that expire at the end of 2018 and make up $1 out of every $5 the Longview School District needs.
Your YES vote on the MOPL levy will continue to support our schools at the current level for four more years. That’s 4 years of consistency. Your YES vote on the Capital Projects and Technology levy will provide for much needed money for maintaining facilities and addressing constantly changing technology needs.
The Longview Citizens for Quality Schools ask you to become an informed voter on the upcoming ‘replacement’ Maintenance, Operation and Programs Levy (MOPL) levy and the Capital Projects and Technology levy. Just over 22% if the district M&O budget depends on the levy.
Thank you for visiting this site to learn and help pass this very important step ensuring the students in Longview School District receives the education opportunities they deserve and need.
Stand up and speak out for the children of our community.
Vote YES for the two replacement Longview School Levies.
Remember, these are replacement levies are replacements for the levies that expire in 2018.