This May, Gervais School District will ask the community to consider a bond measure to renew and expand our aging facilities.

If this is something you would like to help with (campaigning, public relations, etc.), please send an email to


Learn How the Funds will be Used if the bond passes
Conozca Cómo se Utilizarán los Fondos si se aprueba el bono


Learn about the Additional Projects
Conoce los Proyectos Adicionales


Learn about our Pre-Bond Planning process
Conozca nuestro proceso de Planificación Previa a la Emisión de Bonos


What are other districts paying?
¿Qué están pagando otros distritos?
This document breaks down what taxpayers pay first as a fixed rate (this is the money that is sent to the state), then monies which remain within a district (local option and bond) and creates a final total amount. For example, taxpayers in the Woodburn School District pay $4.52 per $1,000 to the state of Oregon and $2.47 per $1,000 which stays in the district to pay for their facilities for a total of $6.99 per $1,000.


Calculate How Much the Bond will Affect Your Taxes
Calcule cuánto afectará el bono a sus impuestos
Follow this link to look up your assessed value and view video #4 below to find your ASSESSED tax value.
Siga este enlace para buscar su valor tasado y vea el video #4 a continuación para encontrar su valor fiscal ASSESSED.


View our latest Bond films…
CORRECTION:  During the April 12 Community Bond Meeting, Supt. Stevens misspoke when a patron asked about the length of this bond. This bond, as proposed in the Marion County Voters’ Pamphlet is for 25 years and it has been 30 years since the last bond was passed in the district. We apologize for the misstatement and any confusion it may have caused.