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Tax money used well at CVSD

We would like to add our voices in support of the Central Valley bond and levy coming up on February 13th, 2018. We continue to be extremely impressed with the value our community receives from the renewal of our schools. Kids in our community are proud to attend these beautiful schools and this improved environment produces excellent academic results. As parents of five Central Valley School District graduates we have watched our (now adult) children grow and thrive, largely because of the education they received at the wonderful schools in Central Valley. The teachers helped our children believe they could succeed, as a result, they have.

We are retired administrators in the Central Valley School District and have a reasonably good insight into ways our tax dollars are managed at the district level. We can say with absolute certainty that our community is receiving an outstanding return for the dollars invested. We hope you will join us in voting “Yes” for both the CVSD bond and levy on February 13th.

Central Valley School District is highly respected statewide for the quality of our programs and schools. This is not an accident, but the result of deliberate and thoughtful planning and implementation of high quality and technically advanced programs. It is vital we keep it that way!

Dave and Glenna Bouge


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