Streetsboro City Schools, in order to continue operating, proposed a 7.5 mill levy that would have generated $3.4M per year over the next 5 year term in order to fund increasing operational costs. This was voted down on November 6th, 2018.

What is a mill?

  • A mill in Streetsboro, OH would collect $453,844 per year for the school district.

Example Millage Collected on a $100K Home

  • 1 mill per $100,000 home = $100,000 x 35% = $35,000
  • … and so $35,000 x .001= $35.00 per year for 1 mill

Financial Facts for Streetsboro City Schools

  • No new operating money since 2010
  • FY 17 expenditures exceeded revenue by $24,983.00
  • FY 18 expenditures exceeded revenue by $1,110,935.00
  • Tangible Personal Property Tax Loss since 2010
  • $10,345,631.18 (loss in collections since 2010)
  • Loss from FY 19 to FY 22 is $2,799,381.00
  • Complete phase out is FY 22 (collect $0)
  • Community Schools/Charter Schools Deductions
  • FY 2010 to FY 2018 $3,322,535.63
  • FY 2018 smallest loss $285,353.83
  • Increased enrollment of well more than 200 students since 2010
  • Additional staff to accommodate enrollment

Additional Programming added since 2010

  • MS STEM Program
  • HS STEM Program – four year engineering program
  • Drama & Songwriting classes
  • Additional AP offerings
  • New Electives at the HS
  • HS credit for math & foreign language classes taken in MS
  • Athletic teams
  • Extra Curricular/Clubs grades 4-12 (restored/added new)
  • Restored busing
  • Busing for all preschool students added 2013 (not required by law)

Additional Mental Health Staff

  • 2 Elementary Guidance Counselors
  • District Social Worker (Plus ½ time Social Worker paid through a grant)