Capital Bond Planning Task Force
The Capital Bond Planning Task Force (CBPTF) helps shape the ballot measure(s) for the Northshore School District’s bond elections.
The 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.
Learn about how the District has been spending 2018 bond dollars, thanks to the generous support of our Northshore community, by visiting our Construction & Building Improvements page.
The CBPTF typically meets twice monthly, leading up to finalization of the recommendations; and thereafter will meet periodically. The tentative schedule for the upcoming CBPTF is as follows (final schedule is subject to member approval). All meetings will be held from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
- March 1, 2021
- March, 15, 2021
- April 5, 2021
- April 19, 2021
- May 3, 2021
- May 17, 2021
- June 7, 2021
- June 21, 2021
- October 18, 2021
- December 6, 2021
- June 6, 2022
- September 12, 2022
- December 5, 2022
- March 6, 2023
- June 5, 2023
- September 11, 2023
The CBPTF includes community members, staff, parents/guardians, current Northshore high school students, and administrators representing all regions of the Northshore School District. Task force members will be selected from those who apply 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 the Northshore School District is a requirement. Background 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.
- Growth and innovation mindset for learning environments.
- Effective listening skills and openness for all perspectives.
- Ability to compromise and build consensus.
The response from the community to the call for applications to participate on the CBPTF was overwhelmingly positive -- with more than 70 people applying! With so many talented volunteers, we created a process that allows everyone to participate.