During the October 11 meeting, the Northshore School Board voted to place three funding measures on the Feb. 8, 2022 ballot. These three measures continue our work to build better together: modernizing schools, sustaining technology, and increasing opportunities.
Capital Projects Bond
To ensure students have space for success in our growing district, Northshore asked voters to consider a $275 million capital projects bond. The district uses bonds to build schools and major additions, which are not covered by the state budget.
This bond was designed by the Capital Bond Planning Task Force to help ease overcrowding now, while also planning for the future growth of the district. Capital Bond Planning Task Force work is underway to plan for a future ballot measure.
Thanks to voter's approval on Feb. 13, 2018, the bond is funding the following:
- Safety and security upgrades at every school in the District
- A new K-5 school near Maltby: Ruby Bridges Elementary
- 30 additional classrooms at the Skyview Middle School and Canyon Creek Elementary School campus
- District performing arts and instructional building located at Inglemoor High School, ensuring accessibility and equity among high schools
- Maintenance and operations upgrades at many schools
- Improved outdoor instructional spaces
Visit our Construction & Building Improvements page to follow the progress.
The capital project helps support Strategic Plan goals of:
- Success in the early years
- Responsible, resilient, empathetic learners
- Innovative, creative, critical thinkers
- Ready for lifelong success after graduation
- Growth for every student, elimination of outcome and opportunity gaps
The Northshore Concert Hall project located at Inglemoor High School continues to remain on schedule for completion in December.
Synthetic turf was installed this summer at Maywood Hills Elementary’s west playfield, replacing the sand-based playfield.
During the summer, the softball field at Bothell High School was renovated and the outfield grass was replaced with turf.
The school’s new PE storage room is completed, providing much needed additional space. Additionally the flooring replacement in the PE office, cafeteria and the adjacent foyer was completed.
Over the summer months, the bathroom floors and walls in the student bathrooms at Wellington Elementary were replaced with new ceramic tiles, and new bathroom fixtures were installed as needed.
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