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    Residents of Monroe County Community School Corporation have a long history of supporting their local public schools. In 2010, voters approved the MCCSC operating levy and in 2016, voters renewed it. The MCCSC operating levy is set to expire this year, and voters have the opportunity to renew it again, and increase it slightly, in a referendum on November 8, 2022.

    As you know, state funding has not kept up with rising costs for many years, putting increasing pressure on the school district’s budget. But we’re also mindful of taxpayers’ budgets, so even if the referendum is approved, your school taxes would remain in the lowest 10% in property tax rates in Indiana.

    Did you know that 93% of referendum funds are used to support teachers and staff? A referendum would support our special education program, provide a reliable budget for purchasing books, supplies and other classroom materials, and most importantly, allow MCCSC to continue to attract and retain high quality teachers and support staff. 

    Please use the information on this website to help you make an informed decision at the polls on November 8. For more information or to get your questions answered, feel free to contact Superintendent Dr. Jeff Hauswald at mccscsupt@mccsc.edu or call 812-330-7700.