I also want you to be aware of another initiative on the April 6 ballot that may look like it is from the Ray-Pec School District but is not.
The Junior College District of Metropolitan Kansas City, Missouri, which is also known as Metropolitan Community College (MCC), has a question on the ballot. References to the Ray-Pec School District in the ballot language define the physical boundary of the school district for the purpose of a new tax levy to support the Metropolitan Community College (MCC). This is not a Ray-Pec School District ballot proposal.
Proposition S is the Ray-Pec School District no-tax-rate increase bond election and will be listed as Proposition S on the ballot.
I want you to be aware of this important difference between the two ballot initiatives and urge you to exercise your right to vote in the April 6 election.
On behalf of the Ray-Pec Board of Education, thank you for entrusting your children to the Ray-Pec School District.
I am passionately driven by the belief that Everyone Is Created To Flourish