Palatine District 15 considering $93 million tax-hike request this fall

  • Plum Grove Junior High in Rolling Meadows would be converted to a middle school, under the proposed changes in Palatine Township Elementary School District 15's $186 million Moving 15 Forward plan. District officials are considering putting a $93 million request on the Nov. 8 ballot to fund half the plan.

    Plum Grove Junior High in Rolling Meadows would be converted to a middle school, under the proposed changes in Palatine Township Elementary School District 15's $186 million Moving 15 Forward plan. District officials are considering putting a $93 million request on the Nov. 8 ballot to fund half the plan. Daily Herald File Photo, 2016

  • Laurie Heinz, Palatine Township Elementary District 15 superintendent

    Laurie Heinz, Palatine Township Elementary District 15 superintendent

  • A pair of maps shows current and proposed attendance boundaries for elementary schools in Palatine Township Elementary District 15, under its Moving 15 Forward plan.

    A pair of maps shows current and proposed attendance boundaries for elementary schools in Palatine Township Elementary District 15, under its Moving 15 Forward plan. Courtesy of District 15

  • A pair of maps shows current and proposed attendance boundaries for junior high schools in Palatine Township Elementary District 15 to future middle schools, under the Moving 15 Forward plan.

    A pair of maps shows current and proposed attendance boundaries for junior high schools in Palatine Township Elementary District 15 to future middle schools, under the Moving 15 Forward plan. Courtesy of District 15

 
 
Posted4/7/2022 5:10 AM

Palatine Township Elementary School District 15 officials are considering a potential $93 million tax-hike request on the Nov. 8 ballot that, if approved, would fund half a proposed $186 million improvement plan called Moving 15 Forward.

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