Beavercreek Schools return to ballot in November with a proposed 6.7 mill levy after previous levy attempts have failed. The schools reasons for the new levy include state cuts, increased enrollment, healthcare costs, new buildings and more. If the new 6.7 mill school levy passes, 1.5 would go to new buildings, 2.0 to offset state cuts and 3.2 to maintain current services. The new 6.7 mill school levy would cost taxpayers an additional $205.19 per $100,000 of appraised property value annually.