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Learn more about the ballot questions, share information with community groups and neighbors or just download and print to review later.

In order to provide transparent communications about the ballot questions on Nov. 2, SoWashCo Schools is providing all the materials that will be shared with the public.




Question 1 - Operations

Sample Ballot 
Question 1 Ballot Flyer

Question 2 - Technology

Sample Ballot 
Question 2 Ballot Flyer

Vote Early

Vote Early Mockup

Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet






Coloring Sheet

Coloring sheet

Ballot Questions at-a-glance

Postcard 8.5x5.5 - Color

ballot postcard

Español - Ballot Questions at-a-glance

Postcard 8.5x5.5 - Color

Spanish Postcard

Ballot Questions at-a-glance

Postcard 8.5x5.5 - BW

bw postcard

Sign - 24x18

Vote 2021 yard sign




VIDEO - Levy Overview

Video - Question 1


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Video - Question 2


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Social Media and Newsletters

Elementary Targeted Services Summer School - Grades K-4

SoWashCo Schools is offering a free three-week summer school program in July for students currently in grades K-4 and who have been identified as needing additional intervention programming for academic progress. 

Students have the opportunity to participate in fun, engaging daily instruction that incorporates shared and independent reading, nonfiction research, cooperative math activities, STEM challenges, and physical activity. Explicit and direct social-emotional skill instruction will focus on three outcomes: Be Strong, Be Kind, and Be Well!


July 10-27
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.


 Families with students invited to attend Targeted Services summer school can register online starting on Wednesday,March 22 at Participation is not required. 

All registrations must be submitted by 11: 59 p.m. on April 6, 2023. Families will receive additional information through email before the start of SoWashCo Summer.


Students will attend one of the two sites based on their boundary school. 

Hillside Elementary
8177 Hillside Trail S
Cottage Grove, MN 55016

  • Armstrong Elementary

  • Cottage Grove Elementary

  • Crestview Elementary

  • Grey Cloud Elementary

  • Hillside Elementary

  • Nuevas Fronteras Spanish Immersion (Grades K-1 ONLY)

  • Pine Hill Elementary

  • Pullman Elementary

Middleton Elementary
9105 Lake Rd 
Woodbury, MN 55125

  • Bailey Elementary

  • Liberty Ridge Elementary

  • Middleton Elementary

  • Red Rock Elementary

  • Royal Oaks Elementary

  • Valley Crossing Elementary

  • Woodbury Elementary

Students currently attending a school outside their boundary area, or Nuevas Fronteras Spanish Immersion (current grades 2-4) or Valley Crossing Elementary Multiage, will attend the summer school location based on their home address. 

Students currently in grades K-1 attending Nuevas Fronteras Spanish Immersion will attend Hillside Elementary. 


Transportation will be available for students who live more than one mile from their assigned summer school site. Summer school bus route information will be available in your Campus Parent Portal account in late June.

Optional Community Education Classes

A variety of Community Education classes are being offered each afternoon at summer school sites at the conclusion of the summer school day. These classes are fee-based. Families who qualify for free or reduced-price meals may request fee assistance to reduce the cost of Community Education classes.

Transportation following community education classes is not provided. Students who attend Kids Club at the conclusion of the summer school day may enroll in Community Education classes, however, no afternoon transportation will be provided to Kids Club sites. Families will need to pick students up promptly at the conclusion of community education class times.

Questions or Concerns

If you have any questions, please contact Kris Scallon at