On November 2, voters approved Eastern Carver County Schools’ referendum question. The question, a $550 per pupil increase in the operating levy, was approved by 69% percent of voters.
“Our communities have spoken, and I am grateful for their decision and the opportunities it will afford our learners in the years ahead,” Superintendent Lisa Sayles-Adams said. “This investment in our students, our staff, and our district will allow us to continue to offer the exceptional education our community expects and deserves.”
Approval of the referendum question allows the district to continue its commitment to providing students with access to high quality academics as well as other programming to support student development and success.
Unofficial election results by precinct can be found here. Election results are unofficial until they are canvassed by the School Board at its Nov. 10 regular meeting.