The next general election is just around the corner. On the ballot you will see a proposition related to our school district’s funding known as Chapter 41 recapture.
Often referred to as "Robin Hood,” the state’s school funding system "recaptures" funds from the property-wealthy districts and redistributes them to the property-poor districts. Districts with a property value that is equal to or greater than $514,000 per WADA are considered property rich. Because property values in Georgetown are at $531,231, our district was required to put this proposition on the ballot. Continue reading here.