Two Perkins High School students are encouraging community members who plan to “vote no” against the Perkins Schools levy on Tuesday to discuss the matter with them, board members and Superintendent Jim Gunner Monday night. “The students urge the public to bring any questions they have about the levy. (They) feel the public has unanswered questions about this levy that could possibly change their mind on May 6,” according to a press release.
Juniors Natalie Matter and Sean Mulvin will host the session at 7 p.m. Monday in Room 805, or possibly the auditorium if attendance is high enough.
The duo came up with the idea because the levy’s passage affects students first and foremost, the release said.