Finance Director Dan Pyan told the board that the overall levy will be reduced about $980,000, which will save district residents roughly $80 a year on a $200,000 home.
Pyan says the district saved money by refinancing middle school bonds, saving $205,000.
Pyan says part of the reason for the lower levy is declining student enrollment.
No one spoke during the annual Truth in Taxation public hearing which gives people a chance to offer input on the budget and levy.
The board will vote on the final district property tax levy and budget at it's last meeting of the year, Thursday, December 20th.