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Absentee Ballot Voting Information

LSR7 has a $224 million no tax rate increase bond issue and a Board of Election race on the April 7, 2020 ballot. If you need information regarding the issues the district has on the ballot, you may find it here lsr7.org/bond or https://lsr7.org/board-elections.

We want to assure you that the health of our students and community is our primary concern during this difficult time. Absentee Ballot voting will allow LSR7 voters to participate in the democratic election process even if they do not wish to expose themselves to the risk of voting at your local polling location on Election Day. Follow the links below for more information.

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Potential “no tax increase” April 2020 bond issue – updated webpage through CFMP site

Thank you to those who completed our community telephone survey and/or online surveys relating to a potential Spring 2020 “no tax increase” bond issue. We are currently in the information gathering stage of preparing for an anticipated “no tax increase” bond issue and are working with Patron Insight to finish compiling the survey data. The first round of telephone survey topline data was presented to the Citizens’ Advisory Committee and the Board of Education this week. 

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A community survey opportunity

Recall that in August the Board of Education approved this board priority: 

Board Priority Two: Ensure equitable access to future ready learning environments by further engaging stakeholders in the continued implementation of the Comprehensive Facility Master Plan by identifying preK-12 facility projects in anticipation of an April 2020 “no tax increase” bond issue. 

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