Saturday, March 20, 2021
We continue to share with our community the importance of Prop R, a zero-tax rate change proposal that will address overcrowding, safety and security challenges and more that is on the Tuesday, April 6 ballot. Information with our community is being shared via internal and external communication channels including newsletters, banners, direct mail pieces, social media, Power Hours, informational videos, our Prop R website and flyers. The archived resources to learn more about Prop R, are as follows:
Prop R website - This comprehensive website provides an overview of the resources
Prop R Project Renderings - During the March 8 BOE work session, preliminary renderings and floor plans of Prop R projects were shared with the community. The website provides both a recording of the work session and the presentation of the renderings.
Power Hour Videos - KSD hosts Power Hours as an opportunity for our community to ask questions about Prop R. Previously held sessions are on the website. Our final Power Hour is this morning at 9 a.m. Our guest is our director of safety and security, Martise Scott. Visit kirkwoodschools.orgPowerHour for the link to join the webinar.
Costs - Our Project Investment Page provides an overview of Prop R project expenses
FAQ page - As questions come in from our community, we will continue to add questions and answers to our Prop R FAQ webpage.
Make a Plan to Vote on Tuesday, April 6
1. Determine what time of day you are going to vote. Polling places are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. If you are in line at the closing time of 7:00 p.m. you have the right to cast your vote.
2. Review your polling place and sample ballot look up. A polling place finder is on the St. Louis County Board of Elections website.
3. Bring your photo ID, and a few friends, with you to the polls to vote.