Override approved Tuesday gives the district the ability to levy up to 9 cents per every $100 of land valuation, over the $1.05 already allowed under state law. District officials have said that without the override, they would have to cut academic programs.
If Millard used all 9 cents of its new taxing authority, the school taxes on a $150,000 house would increase by $135 a year.
District officials have said they’re unlikely to use the full 9 cents next year.
Of Nebraska’s 244 school districts, only the Westside district in Omaha currently has an override.