Poland, OH-- The Poland School District is thanking voters for passing a 2.65 emergency operational renewal levy on the November ballot.
“I’m very appreciative of the community’s continued support for the Poland Local School District,” said David Janofa, Superintendent, Poland Schools. “Poland Schools are proud of the work going on in the classroom every day. The passing of the renewal levy allows the district to continue operations without any interruption, and allows students to keep learning and excelling.”
The five-year renewal levy will be used for the daily operational expenses of the district, and will generate $1,068,055.
When the renewal levy was put on the ballot in 2014, it was for 2.9 mills, this time around the renewal levy was less, at 2.65 mills.