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San Marcos CISD board to hold public hearings on proposed tax rate, budget for 2021-22
Two public hearings will be held during Monday’s San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees meeting.
A public hearing will be held to discuss the proposed tax rate for 2021-2022. According to a public notice posted in the Daily Record, SMCISD has proposed a maintenance tax of $0.9172 on each $100 of taxable property and a proposed school debt service tax of $0.2727 on each $100 of taxable property. The proposed rates are the same as last year’s rates.
There will also be a public hearing regarding the district’s proposed budget for 2021-22.
In other business, the board of trustees will hold an election of officers for president, vice president and secretary. The board will hear an equity audit presentation from Dr. David Wallace and an update regarding the ESSER III Grant. Mike Doyle, SMCISD director of federal programs and career and technical education, said during previous meeting that the district will apply for $16.4 million through the ESSER III Grant.
The trustees will also take possible action to approve purchasing cooperatives, interlocal purchasing agreements and state contract list. The board will consider approval of the board meeting calendar for 2021-22. The trustees will consider and approve changes to the 2021-22 academic school year.
The board will also consider approval of the 2021-22 budget, and approval of budget amendments.
In closed session, the board will hold a discussion regarding Miller Middle School principal and a discussion regarding assistant superintendent for teaching, learning and assessments. The trustees will reconvene in open session to take possible action on items discussed in executive session.
Monday’s meeting begins at 6 p.m. at San Marcos High School — 2601 Rattler Road — inside the Criminal Justice Classroom.