The Shoreline PTA Council which is comprised of representation from the 16 PTA's within the Shoreline School District voted unanimously at the October 28th meeting to endorse the replacement Educational Programming Operations and Maintenance Levy and the Capital Levy for Technology and Support on the February 2014 ballot.
Sarah-Ann Woodfield, Council Vice President of Advocacy stated: "The Shoreline Model is a reality because of Levy funds. These funds provide about 25% of the revenue for the District. State and Federal funding only provide 65% of the District budget. We endorse the upcoming levies while continuing to demand that the Legislature fully fund basic education by 2018."
Shoreline PTA Council