Welcome to Capital Bond Planning Committee

  • Purpose

    At its September 25, 2018 meeting, the district’s Board of Directors approved the makeup, task and timeline for a committee charged with developing a recommendation to the superintendent by June 15, 2019, describing the scope and size of a capital bond proposal to be placed before district voters. The committee will carefully consider seven guiding principles in their work. 

    Committee formation

    The committee will include approximately 30 community and staff members plus three student members as follows:

    1. Approximately 24 community members representing a broad cross-section of the community
    2. Two principals or assistant principals representing each of the district’s north, central, and south regions
    3. One student each from Jackson, Cascade and Everett high schools

    Interested persons are invited to submit applications online with information about their background and interest in representing the community and asked to commit to attending at least 75 percent of the scheduled meetings and to be an active member of the committee. Applications will be accepted beginning Oct. 10 until 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 24. Selections will be focused on providing balanced perspectives, include north, central, and south region families, working and stay-at-home parents, and community members with diverse socioeconomic and business-related backgrounds. Selected applicants will be notified by Nov. 5. 


    Sept. 25, 2018 board meeting - Capital Bond Planning Committee presentation

    Resolution No. 1187 - Formation, Instructions and Guiding Principles for a Capital Bond Planning Committee


    Committee members to be selected by Nov. 5, 2018


    Mike Gunn
    Executive Director of Facilities and Operations