Wayne County RESA Millage Renewal Information
The Wayne RESA regional enhancement millage provides financial support for local districts faced
with state budget cuts – allowing them to promote safety, prepare students for jobs and provide
world-class programming for both special education and general education students.
Each district has used the enhancement millage to improve schools in a variety of ways, including:
✓ Lowering class sizes
✓ Improving technology and security
✓ Adding valuable STEM and career education programs
✓ Improving facilities
✓ Attracting talented teachers
The current regional enhancement millage provides schools with resources that would otherwise not be available to help address new costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic and a safe return to school for both online and in-school instruction.
The regional enhancement millage renewal allows public schools to support all Wayne County students and give them the opportunity to succeed, especially our most at-risk populations – including students with disabilities.
Click here to see the Flyer with information about the Wayne County RESA Millage Renewal
Slide Presentation: What is a Regional Enhancement Millage?
Get the facts on the Wayne RESA regional enhancement millage renewal on the Nov. 3 ballot.
Good Day Crestwood Community,
Just as a reminder, on the November Ballot there will be the Renewal of the Wayne County Enhancement Millage. This is a Renewal and it supports all public schools in Wayne County. The Crestwood School District receives $1.5 Million from this enhancement millage that has been used to support technology, reducing class size, enhancement in instructional materials, social and emotional supports, and professional learning for staff.
Please do not skip over this section on your ballot as it is very important. Look for Wayne County Enhancement Millage.
Youssef Mosallam, Ph.D.
Superintendent Crestwood School District