Forty-five of Idaho’s 115 school districts will seek bond issues or property tax levies. See what’s on the ballot in your corner of the state.
The district hopes to turn an elementary school into a career technical high school and build another elementary school nearby.
In another Tuesday school election, the West Jefferson School District will seek a bond issue to replace a cafeteria and kitchen.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing the state to hold an unprecedented vote-by-mail election. Fifteen school districts have levies or bond issues on the ballot.
School trustees from across the state will consider the proposals in November, in the runup to the 2020 legislative session.
Only one bond issue passed Tuesday: a $17 million measure in East Idaho’s Sugar-Salem School District.
By the numbers: Eight districts will decide on $172 million in ballot measures, while three of Middleton’s five trustees face a recall election.
On Tuesday, voters in 17 districts decided the fate of $53.9 million in school bond issues and levies.
All told, 17 school districts are seeking about $53.9 million in bond issues and levies.