Voters in six school districts in the Magic Valley will be going to the polls to decide on supplemental levies.  The Cassia County School District is asking for just over $681,000 per year for two years.

The money goes into the school district’s general fund.  Hansen School District is asking for a renewal of its annual $190,000 levy.  Voters in the Jerome School District will vote on the renewal of an annual $650,000 levy which will go into the general operating budget and will not be used for facilities. The Kimberly school district will ask voters to renew a two-year, $300,000 annual supplemental levy in order to keep from cutting some current programs. Minidoka County School District is asking voters to  renew a two-year, $1.2 million annual plant facilities levy. Money will go toward building-related projects.

Voters in the Murtaugh School District will decide on the renewal of a two-year, $150,000 annual levy.  Polls will be open Tuesday from 8 until 8.  You can vote where you normally vote in the general election.  You will need a photo ID in order to vote. If you are not already a registered voter, you can register at the polling site.