(Jefferson County) A few school districts in Jefferson County had measures on the General Municipal Election on Tuesday.

Of the three school districts that did have issues on the ballot, The Windsor School District was the only district to see its measure pass.

Superintendent Dr. Joel Holland was grateful of the voters in the district.

Voters approved Proposition Windsor 2022 with almost 68 percent of the vote.

On the other hand voters in the Hillsboro School District denied the district’s two issues on the ballot.

The first measure was asking voters to authorize the school district to increase the operating tax levy of the district and the second measure was asking approval for the district to barrow money in the amount of $25-million.

Superintendent Dr. Jon Isaacson contributes uncertain times as a big reason why voters may have been hesitant on approving both ballot issues.

Elsewhere, Proposition K.I.D.S. (Keep Improving De Soto School’s) was voted down in the De Soto School District.

The district was asking voters approval to increase the operating tax levy by $0.50 to $3.90 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for general upkeep and maintenance in the district.

Voters turned down Prop K.I.D.S. with close to 65 percent of the vote.