CLEVELAND– Several Northeast Ohio school districts are celebrating after unofficial election results show their levies passed on Tuesday.
Strongsville residents voted in favor of a five-year, 5.9 mill levy for the school district, which came after more than $1 million in cuts earlier this year.
“This will help us maintain a level of excellence that we have met as a goal and that we keep driving towards, and allow them to have their experiences they deserve to set them up in life,” said Carl Naso, Strongsville School Board President.
Also in Cuyahoga County, voters approved an additional levy for Brooklyn City Schools and a renewal for Parma City Schools
With all precincts reporting, voters approved school levies in Aurora, Nordonia Hills, Tallmadge, Twinsburg and Green.