u 2012 Special Election 2012

Freeman School District Resolution No. 5-2011/2012

About this measure

Three-year M&O levy amount: $4,453,423

Cost per $1,000 assessed value now: $2.92

Estimated new rate: $2.93

Jurisdiction

Freeman School District

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Students at Freeman Elementary School have been waiting patiently for their gym to reopen. Twice a week for the past year and a half, instead of heading to the gym, the staff has been creative in finding places to hold P.E. classes. They’ve held P.E. outside, in the multipurpose room, at the high school, at the middle school and any other spot staff could find. Read more

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Freeman Elementary School has new space for learning

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New schools chief praises Freeman’s small-town values

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