Nothing is official yet, but all the early signs point toward another Nampa school levy on the March ballot.
And, perhaps, a levy at a little more than $2.8 million a year.
Nampa School District officials held a roundtable discussion Tuesday night, talking over levy options with a selected group of community leaders.
The community stakeholders and interim Superintendent Pete Koehler were on the same page — saying the district should put a levy on the March 11 ballot, the earliest possible date.
And Koehler laid out a blueprint for a levy focused on cutting furlough days, rehiring teachers and retaining staff.
For the details, here’s a link to my story at Idaho Education News.