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Voters in the Muskegon school district on Tuesday will decide a 1-mill tax increase that would pay to update school facilities.
Tax bills to pay for $22 million in improvements to Reeths-Puffer Schools' buildings have increased by 30 percent since voters agreed to them in 2009.
It's not too soon to prepare for another school year, and upcoming backpack giveaways will make it easier for Muskegon area families.
The number of Michigan students attending a charter school has almost doubled over the past decade at a time when the public school population overall has dropped 12 percent.
Many Muskegon County school districts are facing serious financial struggles – with most expecting to spend more money than they receive this school year, further eroding already dangerously low fund balances.