Blue Valley voters have endorsed a $186,835,000 bond election 73.8 percent to 26.2 percent. The no tax rate increase bond will reinvest in facilities and technology, reinforce school safety and reimagine learning environments and programs that will benefit students and staff for years to come.
“Today, I am thankful for a community that has given us an opportunity to impact the next generation of Blue Valley students,” said Todd White, Blue Valley Schools Superintendent. “We thank our community for entrusting us with this great responsibility and we look forward to the work ahead.”
According to the Johnson County Election Office, 85,780 ballots were mailed to registered voters in the school district. A total of 26,248 ballots were cast, with 19,369 votes in favor of the proposal.
“The passage of the bond election affirms our community’s commitment to investing in high-quality schools and education,” said Tom Mitchell, Blue Valley Board of Education President. “We know that high-quality schools not only drive economic development in a community but also greatly impact the quality of life in a community.”