The override will be on the Nov. 8, 2022 ballot. Early voting for the measure will begin on Oct. 12, 2022.
State law allows Arizona school districts to increase their maintenance and operation budgets by up to 15 percent more per year than the revenue control limit imposed by the state legislature. These increases are called an override and in 2022 voters will decide whether or not to keep to current override in place.
For information on registering to vote, how to request an early mail-in ballot, and where to find in-person Vote Centers visit elections.maricopa.gov.
September 13, 2022
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Shadow Mountain High School
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Pinnacle High School
|September 19, 2022||6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.||
North Canyon High School
|September 20, 2022||6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.||
Paradise Valley High School
|September 29, 2022||6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.||
Horizon High School
- How will the tax rate be impacted?
- What will the override do for students?
- Why is the override being requested?
- What is the override amount the voters are being asked to approve?
- What will happen if the M&O override is not renewed?
- Have voters in the district approved M&O overrides in the past?
- How long do M&O override funds last?
*Last Updated October 4, 2022 (changed forum information to past tense)
PVSchools Capital Profile
- Founded in 1913
- Seventh-largest district in the state
- 98 square miles
- Approximately 27,700 students
- A variety of educational environments:
- 28 elementary schools
- one K-8 school
- seven middle schools for 7th and 8th grades
- five high schools for grades 9-12
- two alternative schools
- two online-based school options
- one dedicated preschool
- 27 school-based preschool locations
- Six service buildings
- 5.1 million square feet of facilities, of which 5 million are schools