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VIDEOS

LEVY Q&A WITH WARREN COUNTY AUDITOR MATT NOLAN

In this video, the October 2022 edition of Onward Lebanon, Superintendent Isaac Seevers, Treasurer Karen Ervin, and Warren County Auditor Matt Nolan answer questions about district finances and the levy:

PRESENTING TO LEBANON CITY COUNCIL

Superintendent Isaac Seevers and Treasurer Karen Ervin presented an overview of the district and levy information to Lebanon City Council during their October meeting: 

MORE VIDEO CLIPS

The following clips from the Onward Lebanon episode break down the video into smaller segments less than a few minutes each:

INFOGRAPHICS

Levy Quick Facts

This graphic shows a bullet-pointed list of facts about the levy.

District Revenue

This pie chart shows where the district's revenue comes from:

Recent Levy History

This timeline shows Lebanon City School District's recent levy history:

Levy History Since 1988

This graphic shows the district's levy history. From 1988 to present, Lebanon City Schools has been on the ballot 30 times for bond and levy elections. Of those 30 times on the ballot, 23 passed and 7 failed, a passage rate of 77%.

Third Largest Employer in the City

Lebanon City Schools is the third largest employer in the City, with 700+ employees. This graphic shows the top five largest employers in the City of Lebanon:

Tax Rate Comparison

This graphic shows how Lebanon's effective tax rate compares to other districts in Warren County. Lebanon's effective tax rate is ranked 7th out of 10. (Click on the graphic to see it larger.)

Expenditure Per Pupil

School districts in Warren County ranked by Expenditure Per Pupil: