Below you can see what McHenry County school districts will be asking to extract from your checking or escrow accounts this year.
You will note that all of them put together are requesting 1.23% more, although the rate of inflation was 7/10 of one percent.
Note the biggest decrease (-18.27%) came in Wonder Lake’s Harrison Grade School District 36. Harrison settled a tax protest suit claiming it had accumulated too much money this year.
Other districts planning to collect less money this year are
- Fox River Grove Grade School District 36 down almost one percent–.97%.
- Riley Grade School District 18 down a bit over a half a percent–.58%.
- Cary Grade School District 26 down 1.41%.
- Crystal Lake High School District 155 down 2.65%.
- Richmond Burton High School District 157 down 1.4%
- Woodstock Unit School District 200 down .43%.
- Barrington Unit School District 220 down .41%
Increasing its tax burden the most was Johnsburg Unit School District. It’s going up 8.74%.
Next highest is Wauconda Unit District 118, up 6.56%.
In the three percent increase territory are
- McHenry Grade School District 15 — up 3.6%.
- Alden-Hebron Unit School District 19 — up 2.58%.
- Harvard Unit School District 50 — up 2.97%.
- Huntley Unit School District 158 — up 3.08%.