At the March 9, 2020 School Board Meeting the Capital Projects Department presented this monthly project update for the new school, Ruby Bridges Elementary (formerly known as the Maltby Project or Elementary School #21).
At the March 9, 2020 School Board Meeting the Capital Projects Department presented this monthly project update for the Inglemoor High School Concert Hall.
At the December 9 School Board meeting the School Board Unanimously approved the next step of the Chromebook modernization plan. This brings all Northshore schools to a 1:1 computing ratio for student access.
Use the link below to view the construction site located at Ruby Bridges Elementary School.
At the March 25 School Board meeting the Director of Capital Projects, Traci Rogstad, submitted a project reconciliation of all projects that were funded from the 2014 capital bond. The memo is copied below.
On an ongoing basis the Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) analyzes and studies a variety of data, information and research regarding the NSD’s technology needs and how technology, specifically within instructional areas, can further the NSD’s mission to provide a world-class education for all NSD students. The TAC is comprised of parents, NSD staff and administration, students, and community members. Click here for the TAC meeting minutes and the materials they reviewed for the 2018 School Technology Levy.
This is a renewal educational levy. It will allow the NSD to continue high quality academic programs that are eligible activities and not state funded. The levy will fund programs, activities, etc. beyond what Washington state considers basic education*.
The 2018 Capital Projects Bond monies are anticipated to be spent in the following way. The dollar amounts stated below were used in the planning of the bond but may change, as determined by the NSD Strategic Plan and School Board.
The 2014 Capital Projects Bond monies were spent in the following way.
- Administration Building-1995
- Support Services-1987
- Transportation Center-2011