On May 2, voters in the Kent ISD region will be asked to decide on a 0.9 mill tax for local school districts, generating $211 per student to maintain programs, improve services and meet other needs. School News Network is offering information on what the millage means for each of the 20 districts in the Kent ISD. Recently, SNN spoke with FHPS Superintendent Dan Behm. “We’ve already had to actively reduce our expenses every year for the last 12 years,” Behm said. “Even when we get a modest increase from the state, we still have to make cuts because we can’t keep up with the cost of living.” Read more about the enhancement millage and Superintendent Behm’s interview online with School News Network. Click here for the complete article.
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