The Boardman Board of Education, the administration and school staff want to let voters know that Boardman schools appreciate their support! We are humbled by the dedication of so many volunteers who helped us get the message out that our schools faced a critical financial situation. We are grateful that voters recognized the outstanding education and programs at Boardman, and voted to Protect the Tradition.
“We realize the vote is a sacrifice for many in the community, and the district is committed to continuing to find innovative ways to save money, and cut costs,” says Boardman Superintendent Tim Saxton. “This vote ensures that the children in Kindergarten today, will enjoy the same programs that our graduating seniors are currently receiving; programs that emphasize academics, athletics and the arts as a 3-pronged approach to their success.”
The 5.8-mill Emergency Levy will bring in approximately 4.9 million dollars a year for the district for the next 10 years.