Sunnyside school district to ask voters for budget override

2013-06-24T20:13:00Z Sunnyside school district to ask voters for budget overrideJamar Younger Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
June 24, 2013 8:13 pm  • 

The Sunnyside Unified School District will go to voters in November to ask for a 12 percent budget override.

If approved by voters in the district, Tucson's second largest school district, the override would generate $9 million in the first year, to keep all-day kindergarten, among other goals.

The Sunnyside board voted 5-0 Monday night to put the override request on the November ballot.

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