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On Tuesday, May 17 residents will go to the polls to vote on a $63.9 million budget for next school year. The proposal carries a tax levy increase of 1.32 percent and results in an estimated tax rate increase of 0.65 percent. Residents will also be asked to elect two candiates to the Board of Education. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the high school gym. [NEWSLETTER]
Congratulations to BH-BL seniors Ben Schiher and Caleb Hayden for being recognized by Congressman Tonko for their acceptance to ... [READ MORE]
In addition to voting on the 2016-17 school budget vote on Tuesday, May 17 residents may also elect two candidates to the BH-BL Board of Education. Learn more about the four candidates seeking to fill the two seats at the district's annual Meet-the-Candidates Night, Tuesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. in the high school library.
The basic, one-page 2016-17 calendar is now available. The districtwide calendar and directory will be mailed to residents in August. [CALENDAR]
At its April 19 meeting, the board unanimously adopted the 2016-17 budget proposal that will go before voters on Tuesday, May 17. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the BH-BL High School gym. The proposed budget is $63,905,956 and would increase spending by 1.87 percent. The plan carries a tax levy increase of 1.32 percent, which is below the maximum allowable levy limit and results in an estimated 0.65 percent tax rate increase. A detailed budget brochure will be mailed to all residents in early May. The mandated budget hearing is Tuesday, May 3 and the Meet-the-Candidates Night is Tuesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. in the high school library.
At the WorldStrides Heritage Music Festival in Washington, D.C., the BH-BL Music Program received the Festival Sweepstakes trophy for earning the highest combined scores. They also...[READ MORE & PHOTOS]