District 9-R requests $1.7 million mill levy override

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District 9-R requests $1.7 million mill levy override

Durango High School is one of the 11 schools in Durango School District 9-R that would benefit if voters approve the tax increase on Ballot Issue 3A. Animas High and Mountain Middle schools, both charter schools, would also benefit from the increase on a per-pupil basis.

District 9-R requests $1.7 million mill levy override

Durango High School is one of the 11 schools in Durango School District 9-R that would benefit if voters approve the tax increase on Ballot Issue 3A. Animas High and Mountain Middle schools, both charter schools, would also benefit from the increase on a per-pupil basis.
To learn more

A citizens committee has been formed to support the 3A mill levy override for Durango School District 9-R. Visit www.durangoschools3A.com to learn more.

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