The passage of Jeffco Public Schools’ ballot questions 5A and 5B will bring important improvements to schools all across our community. I get a lot of questions about how we will spend these funds and when we can expect to see some impacts from them, and I’d like to address some of those questions here. […]Read More What happens now with 5A and 5B funds?
The results of the 2018 election have finally been certified and they mean improved opportunities for students, better pay for our educators and staff, and improved buildings in Jeffco. During this election cycle, I talked extensively with people in our community about their choices on the ballot. With ballot questions 5A and 5B as local […]Read More Thank You, Jeffco Voters!
Tuesday night was a wild ride. Jeffco voters passed the mill levy override (5A) which provides an additional $33 million for ongoing operational needs (adjusting up annually for inflation) for this current year and for years going forward. This will mean better compensation for our employees, better mental health and school safety supports, improved career/technical […]Read More On the Issues: Election Update
Ballots have now dropped in Jeffco, including questions 5A (a $33 million mill levy override) and 5B (a $567 million bond). In the last edition of Chalk Talk, we looked at the bond, question 5B. In this edition, we’ll take a look at the mill levy override, question 5A. A quick disclaimer – as a […]Read More Digging Into Jeffco Ballot Questions Part II: A Look at the Mill Levy
In the next couple of Chalk Talk articles, I’ll dig into some details on Jeffco Public Schools two ballot questions, 5A (a $33 million mill levy override) and 5B (a $567 million bond). Because most people have questions about the bond, let’s look at 5B first. A quick disclaimer – as a public employee, I’m […]Read More Digging into Jeffco Ballot Questions: A Look at the Bond (5B)