School levy passes in Bay Village
On Nov. 8, the residents of Bay Village voted to approve Issue 3, a 7.2 mill operating levy for the Bay Village City School District.
According to the unofficial returns from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, nearly 58% of voters supported the levy.
“Our residents made our school district a priority, and for that we are very grateful,” said Paul Vincent, President of the Bay Village Board of Education.
Vincent said he and the other school board members are also grateful for the work done by the Citizens for Bay Schools volunteer levy committee.
Bay Village Schools Superintendent Scot Prebles was also encouraged by the support the community demonstrated.
“We are grateful for the support this community continues to generate for our students and our programming,” Prebles said. “This is a special place.”
Editor's Note: On Monday, Nov. 21, Bay Village Schools invites residents to participate in a Community Strategic Plan Focus Group Board Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Bay Middle School Library. The review and refinement session will take place during the Bay Village Board of Education meeting and work session. Residents interested in participating are asked to RSVP by visiting bit.ly/BVCSDStratPlanMtg.
Karen Misciagna is the director of communications for Bay Village Schools.