The Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor High School is expected to mark another major milestone by the end of the month by being dried in, meaning the full exterior of the building is expected to have a seal around it.
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
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
Ruby Bridges Elementary’s project team installed a Playground Communication sign on the school’s fully accessible playground during March.
The classroom security lock upgrade project is complete. The final phase of districtwide classroom lock installs was completed just prior to mid-winter break.
The Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor High School continued to make progress throughout February.
Ruby Bridges Elementary’s project team has less than 20 items remaining on the punch list, many of which are related to paint touch ups on the school’s fully accessible playground.
Throughout January, the steel structure went up. On Jan. 28, a small group of District leaders, along with Cornerstone and Evergreen Erectors celebrated the final beam installation with a topping out ceremony.
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