North Royalton City Schools
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ISSUE 11 Remember to Vote By mail or May 2 at the polls If Issue 11 is not approved, the district will be force to make $3.5 million in cuts Repairs and renovations will be made to the middle and high school. By law, none of the money from May 2 bond issue can be spent on salaries. Current classrooms and learning technology will be upgraded New and renovated schools will improve property values, image and reputation. Our district's plan for renovated and new schools will save $1 million per year in day to day operating expenses.

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North Royalton Compared to Other Districts:
  • North Royalton has the 3rd lowest administrative costs per pupil [out of 31 districts] Source: 2015 ODE Cupp Report.
  • North Royalton has the 3rd lowest total expenditures per pupil in our county - the bottom 9% [out of 31 districts] Source: 2015 ODE Cupp Report.
  • North Royalton has the lowest total revenue per pupil of any Cuyahoga County district. Source: 2015 ODE Cupp Report.
  • The effective millage rate for North Royalton School is in the bottom 23% for the county.
  • Even with the passage of the May 2017 levy, our effective tax rate will be the 9th lowest in the county - the bottom 30%. [out of 31 districts]
  • The City of North Royalton and Broadview Heights effective tax rates are both in the bottom 23% in the county.

District Costs and Finances
  • Issue 11 costs $9.04 per month per $100,000 in home value after factoring in a drop off of a past issue.
  • The facilities plan will save over $1 million per year in operating costs.
  • The State of Ohio will contribute $3.5 million towards the cost of the facilities plan.
  • Our schools lost over $3 million in state funding in 2012, funding that never returned. The cumulative effect of state cuts is $12 million over the past four years.
  • Our teacher compensation is about average when compared to what other teachers are paid in Cuyahoga County.

The Stadium Project
  • The stadium project was funded largely by private donations and a cell phone tower payment. The only school funds used is $200,000 from the permanent improvement fund, about 20% of the fund.
  • There was a federal American Disabilities Act complaint filed in 2010 and if the district didn’t address those issues the government would have ordered us to stop holding events there.
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