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District Names High School Campus After General

The Beavercreek School District recently paid tribute to one of its most distinguished graduates by dedicating its high school campus in honor of General Janet C. (Libby) Wolfenbarger, head of the Air Force Materiel Command and the U.S. Air Force’s first female four-star general.

School Board Votes “No” on May School Levy

Today was the deadline to put a school levy on the May ballot, but on January 17 The Beavercreek Board of Education decided to pass on the opportunity. If it had gone on the ballot, a school levy would have shared the ballot with the City of Beavercreek’s controversial Income Tax measure and may have suffered from the two tax increase measures being presented to voters. > Read More

Back To School, Back to School Levies

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.

WSU Raiders Walk for Healthier Babies

The March of Dimes’ annual Miami Valley March for Babies fundraising campaign finished with a flourish last week, thanks in part to efforts by Wright State students, faculty and staff. > Read More

School Levy Failure May Mean Cuts to Art, Music and PE

Beavercreek School’s 6.7 mill operating levy was narrowly defeated by 816 votes during this year’s March 6th primary election. The unofficial vote results were 8471 For the Levy (47.70%) and 9287 Against the Tax Levy (52.30%). > Read More