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Edmonds School District

2024 School Construction Bond and Replacement Technology/Capital Levy

thank you voters!

Both the 2024 School Construction Bond & Replacement Technology/Capital Levy received more than 65% voter approval in the Special Election on February 13. The election results have been certified and the final numbers are:

  • Prop. 1: School Construction Bond: 65.33% approval
  • Prop. 2: Replacement Technology/Capital Levy: 65.12%  approval

For more details, visit Snohomish County’s website

*Levy measures must be approved by 50 percent plus one “Yes” vote. School construction bond measures must be approved by 60 percent “Yes” votes. 

School Construction Bond

The 2024 Bond continues the district's commitment to replacing our aging school buildings with schools built to today's safety standards, equipped for today's learning. This bond will rebuild four schools, build one new school and fund capital improvements across the district.

The Facility Advisory Committee (FAC), made up of parents, community members, instructional and classified staff, spent about 10 months preparing a bond recommendation for the School Board. 

Proposed Bond Projects

Oak Heights Elementary

Oak Heights Elementary

Opened: 1967

Proposed school completion 2025, Proposed school opening: 2026

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College Place Middle

College Place Middle

Opened: 1970

Proposed new school opening: fall 2028 

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College Place Elementary

College Place Elementary

Opened: 1969

Proposed new school opening: fall 2028 

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Build Additional Middle School

5th middle school concept

Concept shown at Former Alderwood Middle School, opened: 1966

Proposed brand new school opening: fall 2028

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Westgate Elementary

 Opened: 1958

Proposed new school opening: fall 2029

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Renewal and upgrade projects 

  • Safety and Accessibility Improvements
  • Site Upgrades, Fields, Field Turf, Tracks Replacements
  • Boilers, HVAC Replacements and Upgrades *
  • Upgrades to Roofs and Building Envelope, including windows and doors *
  • Lighting Upgrades and Building Technology Lifecycle *

*These projects improve energy efficiency and reduce overall district resource use to meet the Washington State Energy Code and the Clean Buildings Act

Replacement Technology/Capital Levy

The 2024 Replacement Technology/Capital Levy continues the district's commitment to providing technology for student learning and capital facility improvements. The technology component focuses on student technology, professional development, and infrastructure and tools for organizational support.

A cross-functional Technology Planning Task Force, consisting primarily of Edmonds teaching staff, led the development of the objectives and initiatives for the proposed levy. Additionally, input was gathered from the Superintendent's Student Advisory Committee, a Chromebox Replacement Committee, district and program leadership, and Digital Learning coaches and leadership.

Student Technology

classroom full of student technology
  • Student Chromebooks 
  • Digital tools & subscriptions
  • Student home internet access
  • Classroom technology stations
  • Translation tablets 

Professional Learning

  • Instructional technology coaching for schools
  • Professional development for all staff

Infrastructure & Tools for Organizational Support

Network room
  • Network Infrastructure
  • Servers & Systems
  • Cybersecurity Tools
  • Development, automation, integration
  • Office computers 

2024 Bond and Levy Presentation

Watch a informational video  about the 2024 School Construction Bond and Replacement Technology/Capital Levy.


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