Thank you, voters!



Feb 11 levies passed
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  • Proposition 1:  4-year replacement Educational Programs and Operations Levy (previously called Maintenance & Operations or M&O):  


    • The current levy expires at the end of 2020 (collection years were 2019-2020)
    • This levy would be collected in 2021-2024
    • This levy would replace that funding for programs that are important for our students and our schools
    • Funds from this levy account for approximately 15% of the Bremerton School District budget
    • Projected rate per thousand of $2.50
    • Will provide funding for:  
      • Extra and co-curricular programs (sports, student clubs)
      • Assistance for students with special needs (backfilling what state and federal funding do not cover)
      • Staff with professional development
      • Support for the District focus on Social-Emotional Learning implementation
      • Specialty programs such as Arts Integration, Dual Language Immersion, STEM, summer school, etc.
      • Support for K-12 AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) training and implementation
      • Classified staff for grounds, operations, facilities, school security and health support (currently 53% provided by levy funds)
      • Student mental health support (100% of BSD cost provided by levy funds)
      • Provide for School Resource Officer (100% of BSD cost provided by levy funds)
  • Proposition 2: 2-year replacement Capital Levy


    • This levy would replace the current capital levy which expires at the end of 2020.
    • Funds would fund replacements of and improvements to existing facilities of the District to meet current and future educational programs for students including: 
      • Health and safety improvements
      • Plumbing
      • Electrical 
      • Fire safety
      • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning improvements
      • Exterior maintenance
      • Other building repairs or improvements. 
    • Projected rate per thousand of $1.23



  • For a list of ballot drop-off locations 


    click here

Community Meetings

  • Please join us to learn more and asks questions! 


    Wednesday, January 22, 5-7:30 p.m.

    At Bremerton High School (Commons)


    Tuesday, February 5, 1-2 p.m. (new date - replaces 1/15 meeting cancelled due to winter weather)

    At the District Office (134 Marion Avenue, Bremerton)


    View the Facebook event page.

  • Exemption from taxes may be available to certain homeowners. To determine if you qualify, contat the Kitsap County Assessor at 360-337-7160.