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News Release
Voters approve VPS levy - 02/11/20

Vancouver Public Schools’ supplemental levy passed on election night. The district’s first supplemental levy received 59.27 percent approval. By state law, levies for school funding need a 50 percent simple majority vote for passage. Historically, late-arriving ballots have caused the percentage of yes votes to rise after election day.

“I am extremely grateful to this community for providing more than 55 years of continuous financial support for our students and schools,” said Superintendent Steve Webb. “This election shows the value our voters hold for the education of our children and youth.”

The three-year supplemental levy will maintain current levels of programs and services through 2023. It will make up a $10 million budget deficit the district experienced due to changes in state funding for K-12 schools. 

Levy results will be certified on Feb. 21. 

For more information, go to the VPS website.

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