Voters in the Centerville school district, after narrowly rejecting two tax levy proposals in the past year, on Tuesday approved a 5.9-mill, 10-year operating levy, averting threatened cuts to the teaching staff, academic programming, transportation and athletics.
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Roer leads school board race
Incumbent Centerville school board members Dr. David Roer and Bradley Evers were winning re-election, and Clara Osterhage was third in a four-way race for three board seats Tuesday.
With 93 percent of the precincts reporting, Roer had 29.34 percent of the vote, Evers had 25.62 percent and Osterhage had 24.72 percent. Erin Reichert had 20.32 percent, according to the Montgomery County Board of Elections.
CENTERVILLE CITY SCHOOLS
Year-end enrollment: 7,837.
State report card indicators met for 2012-13: 24 of 24.
Previous state report card ratings: “Excellent with Distinction” for 2011-12, 2010-11, 2008-9 and 2007-8; “Excellent” for 2009-10.
Administrators’ average salary: $95, 526. (State average $76,037)
Classroom teachers’ average salary: $63,420. (State average: $57,904)
Expenditure per pupil: $11,527.
Revenue per pupil: $10,860.
Source: Ohio Department of Education (FY 2012), Centerville City Schools.