Caddo voters have ok'd the renewal of three millages for local schools.

These are ten year taxes to pay for salaries and benefits for teachers and support staff, classroom technology and renovation and maintenance of school sites.

Superintendent Dr. Lamar Goree issued the following statement:

“Through these millages we will be able to continue the great progress we have worked to achieve over the past two years and know we will achieve in the years to come.”

“Our district strives to provide the highest quality education for all children and it is our mission to support our teachers and schools in every way to achieve that mission. It is a privilege to lead an extraordinary group of educators and staff members and an honor to serve the people of Caddo Parish, who have my utmost gratitude.”

Caddo Parish School Board President, Mary Trammel released this statement:

“I join my fellow Board members in celebrating the positive results of tonight’s election and profusely thanking our voting public for supporting our students, teachers and staff through the continuation of these millages."

Dr. Goree will join Robert and Erin Monday morning at 8:10 on 710 KEEL.