“It makes you feel comfortable in your own body,” said Coeur d’Alene High School senior Christine Harris, center, as she danced during advanced glee class on Wednesday. Several programs are on the chopping block as voters cast their school levy ballots. (SR photo: Kathy Plonka)
One morning this week at Coeur d’Alene High School, students in a theater class glazed clay soup bowls they molded for a fundraiser aimed at providing hungry students with healthy snacks. In another part of the building, two dozen girls in Advanced Glee, a choral music class inspired by the popular TV show “Glee,” took part in a mock dance audition to Janet Jackson’s “Alright.” Down another corridor, 28 students packed into a French language class worked on translating questions from English using some new vocabulary and grammar concepts. One boy gave another a high-five for a correct answer. This is a glimpse of the educational spice rack kept stocked by a property tax levy that has grown ever more vital to the Coeur d’Alene School District/Scott Maben, SR. More here.
Question: Is there any reason to vote against the Coeur d'Alene school levy?