June 25, 2019

Board Decreases Tax Rate

The Board of Education adopted the Fiscal Year 2020 budget on Monday, June 24, 2019.

The budget contains the state allocated $3,000 teacher pay raise, as well as market sensitive raises for transportation staff and a 4% raise for all classified employees. Additionally, the budget contains $1M in literacy initiatives and will provide classroom educators with a $100 supply card. The budget also increases hours of service for school nurses to a full eight hour day.

The Board of Education set the FY20 property tax rate at 17.55 mills, the lowest rate in nearly a decade. The previous millage rate was 18.20. This is the single largest decrease in the school's millage rate since 2007.

Additional information on the Hall County Schools budget can be found here.

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