The pathway has been re-engineered to better accommodate the existing topography. With the pathway engineering complete, a land surveyor has been hired to provide a survey and legal description of the pathway. The survey and legal description should be complete by the end of October. This information is required by both Seattle City Light for its easement, and by Snohomish County planning for plan review and permitting. The duration for Snohomish County to perform plan review and permitting of the proposed pathway is unknown at this time. Construction of the pathway will proceed when permits have been received from the county and when the easement agreement has been negotiated with Seattle City Light. Construction of the pathway is contingent on good weather.
Tambark Creek Elementary opened fall of 2019. Located at 4419 180th St. SE, just east of Sunset Rd., the school is home for 600 students in grades K-5.
Ms. Celia O’Connor-Weaver, is the principal at Tambark Creek Elementary School, and Ms. Monique Beane is the assistant principal. Approximately 60 faculty and staff work to support student learning. The school has 30 classrooms, an administrative office, library, gymnasium, a cafeteria, kitchen, covered play area, and playfields. The site also has a protected wetlands area, which will be used for outdoor learning.
The Educational Specifications developed to guide design of Elementary School 18 include eight guiding principles:
|Regular Hours||9:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.||Tambark Creek Elementary School
4419 180th Street SE
Bothell, WA 98012
|Early Release||1 p.m. dismissal|
|Learning Improvement Friday||2:15 p.m. dismissal||
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Mission is to be determined