In 2018, we ran a successful Referendum campaign for additional financial support.
Thanks to the support of our community, we have dramatically improved class sizes, provided meaningful raises for teachers and support staff, and added critical supports for our growing student body.
Due to growth in Avon-Washington Township and wise financial management, we have been able to reduce the voter-approved tax rate by 32%.
Scott Wyndham, Ed.D., Superintendent
Keep reading to learn how these funds are used and some of the many ways our students and teachers benefit.
What is a Referendum?
A Referendum is a general vote by the electorate (eligible voters) on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct decision.
What are Property Tax Caps?
Property Tax Caps are in the Indiana Constitution and "cap" property taxes at 1% for residential, 2% for apartments/farmland, and 3% for all other property (including business). A successful referendum may result in property taxes that exceed property tax caps.