Bonds and Override on November 6 ballot

On June 26, the Governing Board approved resolutions to place a $300 million special bond election and a special 15-percent maintenance and operations budget override election on the Nov. 6 ballot. Review the presentation to the board.

Individuals may submit arguments for or against the 15 percent override to the Maricopa County School Superintendent's office no later than Aug. 10.

2018-19 employee compensation

Employee compensation is a top priority for the Governing Board. On May 22, the board approved the 2018-19 employee compensation plan, which provided significant increases for every employee group. The cost of the plan will be reflected in the 2018-19 M&O budget when it is approved in early July. Details about the plan and how employees would be impacted were shared districtwide on May 23.

 

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Bond and override community presentation

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Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2016

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