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Override Continuation Election 2020

 

The Governing Board called for a November 3, 2020 override continuation election. The Maintenance and Operations (M&O) override allows voters to approve additional funding for operational expenses. In Dysart, a 15% maintenance and operation override has been in place since 2000. 

Proposed Continuation of 15% override = No Tax Increase

Any persons wishing to submit an argument "for" or "against" the override question (not to exceed 200 words) may do so by mail or hand delivery of the argument to the Maricopa County School Superintendent's office, County School Superintendent, School Elections Office 4041 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1200, Phoenix, AZ 85012. The deadline for submitting arguments “for'' or “against” the M&O Override to the Maricopa County School Superintendent is August 7, 2020 at 5:00 P.M.

 


 


 

How will the bond affect Kingswood?

 
The funding would assist Kingswood in further implementing their signature focus on coding by ensuring students have access to advanced technology in collaborative learning environments. 
 

 

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Retain highly qualified
teachers and staff
 
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Provide academic support programs for Math and Reading
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Maintain manageable
class sizes
 
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Arts, Physical Education, and Athletics programs
 
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All-day
Kindergarten
 
 
 

 


 

How will the override impact Kingswood?


Proposed Continuation of 15% override: NO TAX INCREASE

The Maintenance and Operations (M&O) override allows voters to approve additional funding for operational expenses. In Dysart, a 15% maintenance and operation override has been in place since 2000.
 
 

1
Arts, PE, and Athletics 
programs

 

2
Retain highly 
qualified teachers/staff 

 

3
Maintain 
manageable class sizes

 

4
Free, all-day 
Kindergarten

 

5
Math & Reading 
supports 

 



 




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