Monday night, San Angelo school board members voted to publish a proposed school tax rate increase for the coming year. They agreed to publish the maximum allowable rate increase per 100 dollars property value -- of one dollar and 11 cents. On the 28th of this month -- school board members will hold a public hearing before making a decision on a rate increase. Superintendent Carol Ann Bonds talked about the proposed increase. " And this district will be hosting the dollar four, which is the maximum a district can do without a election, plus the interest to pay off our former bonds will be up to seven cents." Also Monday night -- administrators talked about the new religious bill approved by state lawmakers during the last session. San Angelo school board members and administrators will have to agree on a policy to implement the new bill before school starts in two weeks.