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Frequently Asked Questions

The Friends of School District 11 is a coalition of parents, teachers, business leaders and members of the community who believe in District 11 and in giving our community and kids the best possible schools.
A mill levy is a type of funding drawn from property taxes to improve our schools. This type of funding typically attract and retain the best and brightest educators, replace outdated technology, and to provide critical maintenance and upgrades to our schools.
On November 7th District 11 voters will have the opportunity to approve additional funding for schools. The last time this type of funding was approved was in the year 2000.

The goal of Friends of D11 is to help pass the Mill Levy initiative this fall so our community and our kids have access to the best possible education.

Every day people of the community. From small business owners, to concerned parents and teachers, to members of the community who care about the future of our town and kids.

Prominent supporters include Sheriff Bill Elder, City Councilor Tom Strand, the Colorado Springs Switchbacks, and even Kimball’s Theatre.

The funds will be going right back into the schools and classrooms. It will ensure that District 11 can compete for the best and brightest teachers, that the District can replace aging technology, and that it can stay up on school maintenance.

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