When school reopens on Sept. 9, all-day kindergarten should be in session, sports teams will be on the field and some staff jobs could be filled again.
District leaders say the supplemental levy would not represent a tax increase, since they would seek to reauthorize the same supplemental levy that is already on the books.
Three school districts — all with high poverty rates — will go before voters in August to take another shot at passing a tax levy. What do their stories say about the state of school funding in Idaho?
Bonneville, Nampa and Twin Falls school districts are set to run a supplemental levy or bond issue in 2014, while Meridian officials are considering a bond issue as well.