Westlake City Schools places 1.0 mill Permanent Improvement Levy on May 4, 2015 Ballot.~ 

The Westlake Board of Education - at the recommendation of the Board Audit/Finance Subcommittee - voted unanimously at the Jan. 26 meeting to place a 1.0 mill Permanent Improvement (PI) levy on the May 4, 2015 ballot.

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The Westlake Board of Education - at the recommendation of the Board Audit/Finance Subcommittee - voted unanimously at the Jan. 26 meeting to place a 1.0 mill Permanent Improvement (PI) levy on the May 4, 2015 ballot.

 

This 1.0 mill PI levy can only be used for tangible items with a life expectancy of 5 years or longer.  Examples of such items are:  safety and security, technology, building repairs, transportation needs and other equipment purchases. The levy will generate $1.36 million annually for the district and would cost $35 annually for the owner of a $100,000 home valuation.  PI monies cannot be used for employee salaries or benefits.

 

We believe it is important for members of our community to receive current and accurate information.  Please utilize this links listed below to obtain information regarding Westlake City Schools and the upcoming Permanent Improvement levy on the May ballot.

 

Westlake City Schools State of the Schools presentation on January 27, 2015:

http://www.wlake.org/about/Pages/State-of-the-Schools.aspx

 

Westlake City Schools Quality Profile:  Click HERE.

 

Westlake City School’s Your Questions Answered.  The portion of the WCSD site will allow community members not only to obtain information, but also ask questions:

http://www.wlake.org/schools/QA/Pages/default.aspx

 

Westlake City School’s Master Facilities Plan - 20/20 Committee Updates:

http://www.wlake.org/about/facilities/phasell/Pages/default.aspx

 

Westlake City Schools CFO/Treasurer’s Office:

http://www.wlake.org/departments/treasurer/Pages/default.aspx

 

Westlake City Schools Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP):

http://www.wlake.org/about/Current%20Plan/CIP%202010-2013%20FINAL.pdf

 

 

 

We will continue to post information on our website, Facebook (For Westlake Schools) and Twitter (@WestlakeLevy).  Thank you for your continued support.

 

Cris Kennedy Chair,

Citizens for Westlake Schools


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This link also affords the viewer the opportunity to engage the district in discussion by asking a question of their own.  Please take the time to read through the questions and answers provided by the district – be proactive and obtain current factual information.

Share this information with a family member, neighbor or co-worker who lives in the City of Westlake so that they too many have the advantage of obtaining accurate information regarding our schools.

We appreciate your past support and look forward to connecting with you in the future. Please continue to follow us on Facebook at www.facebookcom/ForWestlakeSchools and on Twitter @WestlakeLevy.