WEST CLERMONT VOTERS APPROVE OPERATING LEVY
The Clermont County Board of Elections has certified the final results of the 2020 presidential primary election and West Clermont residents approved a 7.99-mill emergency operating levy to support the day-to-day operations of the West Clermont School District and to stabilize the current level of student programs and services offered by the district. The levy passed by a margin of 53% to 47%.
“This is a huge move in the right direction for our schools and such validation from our community that they also want to continue the positive momentum we’re experiencing here in West Clermont every day, even while considering the current situation we find ourselves in with remote learning and economic uncertainty,” said Natasha Adams, superintendent. “We are grateful to the community and to the many volunteers who spent countless hours ensuring that district residents had the facts they needed in order to make an informed decision, and we are grateful to those residents who supported the district at the ballot.”
“We truly are a community on the rise and we will continue to show that we are better together, committed to excellence with every learner, every day, in every way,” continued Adams. “I look forward to what the future has in store for our schools and our community.”
About West Clermont: West Clermont School District commits to excellence with every learner, every day, and in every way. Its vision is that together as ONE community, we learn, lead, and succeed. The District believes that together we are ON THE RISE and values strengthening relationships, cultivating innovation, being relentlessly student-centered, and fostering empowerment.
Click here for the press release.