Supporting our schools

Help us kick off our next bond & levy election campaign with your donation of $20.22 today! Maintaining bond & levy funding is critical to ensure our district has the high-quality teaching, resources, support services, technology, and safe spaces that our students need to thrive.

Citizens for Northshore Schools is the campaign committee to support local funding needed to promote the high academic standards that our fast-growing district is known for throughout the region. Our committee is made up of parents, community members, alumni, and business owners working together to support the passage of school construction bonds and operation levies.

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Read how YOUR vote in 2018 made a difference!

We’ll Get Federal Money to Cover our Pandemic Costs, Right?

The federal government has passed three pieces of legislation which will provide funding to schools as they and the children they serve recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. March 27, 2020: Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act December 27, 2020: Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act March 11, 2021: American Rescue Plan […]

The History of Bonds in the NSD

Thanks to the voters of the Northshore School District community there has been a consistent history of successful capital projects bonds.

Thank You Voters—You helped Make Northshore Learns 2.0 Possible!

The following excerpts from the Northshore School District website show what is happening here in Northshore in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent closing of our schools. The Technology Levy, which was approved by the voters in 2018, brought all Northshore schools to a 1:1 computing ratio for student access. Without this 1:1 computing […]

Kids Need Food, Even When School is Closed

During the COVID-19 pandemic the Northshore School District (NSD) is allowed to operate a Summer Food Service Program, like they typically do when school is closed for the Summer. All kids, 18 and under, are provided a free lunch and a breakfast item. But this is not a typical school closure, many kids are at […]

Technology Levy Dollars Level the Playing Field

The week of March 2nd, the Northshore School District made the difficult decision to close schools and transition to online learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since that time, 4,330 computing devices1 and 532 hotspots1 have been distributed to students. The Technology Levy, which was approved by the voters in 2018, brought all Northshore schools to a 1:1 computing ratio for student access; this is what made that distribution financially possible.


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