Featured FAQS

Q: Why is Platte Valley School District considering placing two funding proposals on this fall’s ballot?

A: Platte Valley School District seeks to protect educational instruction and programming, provide safe and secure learning environments, and position our students for success. The District seeks to extend its current mill levy override which has been in place since 2005 and ask district voters to approve a bond measure.

Q: What are the anticipated benefits of the proposed MLO extension and bond?

A: There are many anticipated benefits, including:

  • Protecting our high-performing and highly sought after schools

  • Improving safety and security

  • Attracting and retaining quality teachers and staff

  • Reducing costly and disruptive emergency repairs

  • Constructing a new middle school that will serve our community for decades to come, including the facilitation of large school tournaments, Little American Royal (LAR) and other events

  • Extending the useful life of our elementary school and high school

  • Keeping our total tax levy low

  • Continuing to attract young families and businesses to our community

  • Protecting property values

Full List of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Bond & MLO Information

Mill Levy Override Extension and Bond Proposal

Platte Valley School District seeks to extend its existing mill levy override (MLO) for another five years and is considering placing a bond measure on the November 2024 ballot to address districtwide facility needs, including replacing the 66-year-old Platte Valley Middle School and other building improvements.

Below are documents and renderings to provide you with additional details about these measures.