Capital Bond Planning Task Force

Task Force Responsibility
The Capital Bond Planning Task Force (CBPTF) analyzes and studies a variety of data and information regarding the district’s capital facility needs to determine a set of recommendations to the School Board for capital infrastructure projects for referral to voters. These voluntary positions serve terms in alignment with NSD’s historical four-year bond/levy cycle.

Meeting Schedule
The CBPTF typically meets twice monthly, leading up to finalization of the recommendations; and thereafter will meet periodically.

Task Force Membership
The CBPTF includes community members, staff, parents, administrators and business leaders representing all regions of Northshore School District. Task force members were selected from those who applied based on achieving representation of the diversity in our community; a wide range of experience, perspective and geographic locations as well as a commitment to attend all meetings.

Residence within Northshore School District is a requirement. Backgrounds and experience that are helpful for the CBPTF include, but are not limited to:

  • Experience in: capital planning; financial planning; commercial construction; facility management or construction management—preferably in a public education environment.
  • Experience serving on committees requiring the ability to build consensus on complex topics.
  • Ability to absorb complex data or issues and objectively prioritize a wide array of capital improvement needs while working within a confined budget.
  • Awareness of, or willingness to accept, concepts for 21st Century Learning environments.
  • Effective listening skills and openness for all perspectives.
  • Ability to compromise and build consensus.

Composition of Task Force

  • Staff members including administrators and consultants (Cabinet selected and appointed)
  • Community members (School Board selected and appointed)
  • NSEA President

All task force meetings are open to the public. Please read the Visitor Protocol guidelines prior to attending.

Contact Us

Chief Operating Officer
Joe Paperman

Administrative Coordinator
Capital Projects
Sandy Calissendorff

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