Our Schools. Our Future. Vote YES on February 9, 2021
Letters to the Editor
I am writing to urge readers to vote yes on February 9th for the two levies put forth by the Bainbridge Island School District. Both the Enrichment & Operations Levy and the Technology Levy are vital to maintain present funding levels for our public schools. Together they represent over 17%
You should already have your ballot for the Feb. 9 special election. There are two levies from the Bainbridge Island School District on it. You have already been paying on the Enrichment and Operations Levy and the Technology Levy but they expire this year. Voting in favor of the levies
Editor: I am a 2017 graduate of BHS and now a fourth-year student at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, studying Visual Arts, Design. I would not be where I am today without the “enrichment” funding provided by past BISD levies. Having art specialists in elementary school and advanced
“On the Feb. 9 ballot are two measures from the Bainbridge Island School District. Both the Enrichment and Operations Levy and the Technology Levy expire this year. Voters should be receiving ballots around Jan. 22. The last time these levies ran the community supported them by more than 73 percent.
To the editor: I am writing to urge readers to vote for the Bainbridge Island Schools’ levies on Feb. 9. These two levies – for enrichment/operations and technology – are vital to maintain present funding levels for public schools. As a parent of BISD students, I see the benefits of
To the editor: For 15 years I’ve been working with special education students at BHS. I am so grateful for past support from our community to invest in technology. Chromebooks and other tools have enabled us to continue teaching our students during the pandemic. Because we can speak with our