The school levies were approved by voters in Nampa, Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls and Harrison, as well as in the northern Idaho counties of Bonner and Boundary.
But not all schools will be getting voter-approved financial relief.
Voters rejected a levy request in Middleton. A request for the St. Maries Joint School District failed with about 52 percent of voters opposed to the proposal. In Salmon, 60 percent of voters rejected a levy request for the eighth straight time.
The Salmon School District 291 was seeking approval of a $14.6 million levy to pay for a new school for K-8 students. District officials now will likely move forward with an application seeking to tap a state revolving loan fund for the construction cash.
"The state recognizes there is a need here," Superintendent Joey Foote said Wednesday.
The Public Schools Facilities Cooperative Funding Program, created in 2006 by the Legislature, has $15.8 million available for districts with unsafe buildings that are unable to raise money locally.
In the Cassia Joint School District, voters rejected a $23 million levy sought to help pay for facilities. The levy would have replaced an existing $10 million levy that expires this year. The plant levy has been in place for about 60 years and is used to fund general maintenance and major repairs and at the district's 59 buildings.