Overview of Capital Facilities Programs

Capital Projects
bond projects
The 2016 capital bond measure will help to relieve overcrowding and enhance learning environments in Everett Public Schools by building a new elementary school, modernizing and partially replacing North MS and Woodside ES; system upgrades such as roofing, painting, HVAC, flooring; technology infrastructure, property acquisition, portable classrooms, and other needed upgrades. Learn more...
levy projects
The 2016 levy will help fund new roofs, new flooring, paint, new HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems to extend the life of schools, add more portable classrooms to ease overcrowding at schools until more schools can be built., make safety updates, update telephone systems and make technology improvements. Learn more...
other projects
The district has been able to complete other capital projects not funded by a bond or levy using other funding. Learn more...

Previous bond and levy projects 

Learn more about previous bond and levy project
Thanks to community support of bonds and levies Everett Public Schools is able to modernize and build new schools to support student learning. Capital Projects Update - February 7, 2017 
SEPA notification on Longfellow Site Redevelopment Plan
The district acting as the lead agency responsible for the environmental analysis and procedural steps under SEPA will be issuing a threshold determination on March 6 for the Longfellow Site Redevelopment Project. This determination is being issued after evaluating the proposal and identifying mitigation measures. The environmental checklist and supporting documentation can be found on the district’s website. The Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance is issued consistent with Environmental Impact Mitigation Policy 6890.