Pateros school district approves replacement levy for February 2022 ballot

Winter sports coaches announced

Mike Maltcais/QCH Cindy Cavasos, a volunteer with the Pateros Fire Department, helped crew members hand out candy at the Halloween Trunk or Treat last month. Cavazos will be the head coach for the Pateros varsity wrestlers.

PATEROS – The school district board of directors voted unanimously to approve a levy replacement resolution at its regular meeting held via Zoom on Oct. 25. Resolution 2021-309 will replace the district’s current four-year levy that expires in 2022 with an Educational Programs and Operations Levy (EP&O) proposed to appear on the Feb. 8, 2022 ballot.
The EP&O levy would provide approximately the same educational programs and operation purposes according to meeting minutes. It is a “four-year levy with an annual tax collection amount of $602.000,” said the meeting recap. “Cost per thousand would be based on property values, the current estimated rate is $2.50 per $1,000 assessed value.”
In a related issue the board voted unanimously to approve Resolution 2021-310 regarding certification of excess property taxes.
“The resolution certifies the amount of excess property taxes to be levied in year 2021 and collected in year 2022 for the district’s general fund and debt service fund,” the meeting recap said.
In other district business the board discussed new hires, a staff transfer, and winter sports coaches. New hires include Edith Galvan, para educator, Monica Castillo, nurse aide and teacher aide para educator, and route bus drivers Bill DeBruin and Ray Sloss.
Jessica Simmons has been transferred to Human Resources Executive Administrative Assistant.
The winter sports coaching staff includes:
• Gideon Wilson, head coach and Abe Wilson, assistant coach for junior high boys basketball.
• Jared Henton, head coach, and Tom Asmussen, assistant coach for high school girls basketball.
• Marcus Stennes, head coach, high school boys basketball. The assistant coach position is to be determined TBD.
• Cindy Cavazos, head coach, high school wresting. Assistant coach TBD.
• Erika Varrelman, cheer coach.
 

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