Woodridge will have renewal levy on ballot

2.09-mill operating levy garners $1 million annually for district’s operating budget

April Helms
Kent Weeklies

CUYAHOGA FALLS – Voters in the Woodridge Local School District will be asked to renew a 2.09-mill, 10-year operating levy in the November general election.

The Woodridge school board approved the second of two steps to place the levy renewal on the Nov. 3 ballot at its July 21 meeting. The levy generates a little more than $1 million for the district.

Treasurer Tom Morehouse said during the meeting that one thing voters should keep in mind is that a 2.02-mill debt service levy has expired and is no longer being paid by district constituents.

School meal prices unchanged

The school board also unanimously approved the breakfast and lunch prices for the coming school year.

The prices are the same as last year, said Superintendent Walter Davis.

Breakfast is $1.50 at the elementary school and middle school, and is $1.75 at the high school and for adults. Lunch is $2.75 at the elementary school, $3 at the middle school, $3.25 at the high school and $3.75 for adults.

Reporter April Helms can be reached at ahelms@recordpub.com.