Strongsville City Schools
Renewal Levy (Issue 120) Passes
Five Year Renewal Will Benefit District Through 2023
Strongsville, OH (November 9, 2016) - The Strongsville City Schools Renewal Levy (Issue 120) was approved by Strongsville voters. Issue 120 passed with 61.3% (14,194) voting for the renewal.
The renewal levy is a five year extension of an existing operating levy, originally passed in 2007. This renewal will provide approximately $7.9 million for District operating expenses through 2023. Updated textbooks, transportation throughout the district, learning technologies, Advanced Placement and Honors courses, and co- and extra-curricular opportunities are some of the ways this renewal levy will be used to benefit the students and schools in the Strongsville District.
“Thank you to the Strongsville community, and to the many volunteers who supported Issue 120 through making phone calls, going door-to-door, and endorsing Issue 120 by sharing the positive story of Strongsville City Schools. We appreciate our community recognizing the importance of Issue 120 and approving this renewal levy. We have, and will continue to work diligently in making sure our District utilizes taxpayer dollars with great care, respect and in a financially prudent manner. Our students deserve the very best education and the renewal of this levy ensures that we can continue to provide learning and growth experiences both inside and outside of the classroom that our students, parents and community deserves,” said Cameron Ryba, Superintendent of Strongsville Schools.
City Schools, in partnership with the community,
will ensure all students reach their fullest potential through challenging curriculum and activities,
provided by a highly qualified, motivated staff, in a safe, supportive environment with up-to-date facilities and technology.