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Did You Know?
  • Approximately 20 years ago, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled in the DeRolph case and reaffirmed its ruling through appeal that the current method of funding public education in Ohio is unconstitutional.  The legislature has made some attempts to correct the funding method that overly relies on local property taxes, but to date the court’s ruling has not been satisfied.  With each ensuing Biennial Budget Bill, State legislators establish budget priorities that do not comply with the DeRolph decisions.  State politicians seem to be more concerned with the politics of charter schools than supporting highly successful schools like Twinsburg, Hudson, Aurora and Solon.
 
Did You Know?
  • Years ago, when legislation approved the collecting of an income tax for schools, the City of Twinsburg officials indicated they would not support the Twinsburg City School District accessing their revenue stream.  Therefore, the Twinsburg City School District relies primarily on the collection of Real Estate tax dollars to sustain programs and services for our students.  Typically, school income taxes are approved in rural areas where farmers own huge tracts of farm land and where levies reliant on property taxes are less attractive to voters.
 
Did You Know?
  • The Twinsburg Board of Education Meetings provide the opportunity to gain a great deal of  information including the Board President’s Report and advocacy efforts, current and pending legislative actions, the Superintendent’s Report and State level advocacy efforts, monthly financial reports prepared by the District’s Treasurer, and reports that include all avenues the District explores to contain and reduce expenditures.  In addition, school publications including the District newsletters, District Calendar/Annual Report, Quality Profile and the District website include financial information and the essential components of fiscal stewardship the District practices to ensure prudent use of all taxpayer dollars.
 
Calendar
Apr
7
Yard Sign Distribution Begins
Sunday, April 7, 2019
Apr
8
Deadline to Register to Vote
Monday, April 8, 2019
Apr
9
Absentee Voting by Mail
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
May
7
Election Day
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
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