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May 16th, 2023 Cd'A School Levy

A YES vote is ESSENTIAL for the safety of our kids and community!

Teacher and Kids in Library

Supplemental Levy

Taking care of our students and schools

AMOUNT: $25 million annually, for 2 years

  • $1,280,000 Athletics and Extracurricular Activities

  • $1,316,000 Textbooks, Learning Materials and Staff Training

  • $1,655,000 Safety & Security: School Resource Officers, Staffing, Services and Supplies

  • $1,189,000 Health: School Nurses and Mental Health Support

  • $2,820,000 Classroom and School Resources such as Teacher Supplies, Libraries, Special Education Services

  • $3,350,000 Elective, Enrichment and Career Technical Education Classes

  • $1,570,000 Technology Staffing, Devices & Software

  • $4,610,000 Maintenance and Transportation Staffing, Supplies, Equipment, Services and Vehicles

  • $7,210,000 Compensation for salaried and hourly-wage employees


LEVY RATE: The estimated average annual cost to the property taxpayer is $95.21 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value, per year, based on current conditions. (This is about 95 cents per $1,000.) The proposed supplemental levy replaces an existing two-year supplemental levy that expires on June 30, 2023, and that currently costs $76.17 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value. If the proposed supplemental levy is approved, the tax is expected to increase by $19.04 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value for the first year, or 19 cents per $1,000.

Kids with Backpacks

Voter Information

Helping Others

Learn everything you need to know about where to cast your vote, and how to request a ballot here:

  • May 5th: Deadline to request an absentee ballot 

  • Early Voting at the Kootenai Co. Elections Dept. from May 1st to May 12th, M - F, 8-5.

  • May 16th Vote YES!

  • April 21st voter registration deadline OR register at the polls (with proof of residency from April 16th or earlier)!

How it Works

Fundamental Not Supplemental

The 2023 Cd'A School District levy would replace the existing 2-year supplemental levy that expires next year. The levy provides one-quarter of the District's annual operating funds, paying for things like employee costs, textbooks and classroom supplies, student computers, extracurricular activities, safety personnel, student transportation, custodial services, and more.

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We need your support to pass this levy!

Who We Are

Citizens for Coeur d'Alene Public Schools is a group of local community members who value the continued success of the Coeur d'Alene School District through the passing of local bonds and levies.

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