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In an April 2 meeting, members of the Bond Advisory Committee identified the priorities they think are important to the students, families, staff and community members they represent. Then, they began to discuss in small groups which projects might align with or support the priorities they would like to see addressed. This was the committee’s sixth meeting out of eight.  

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On Feb. 20, the Washington State Auditor's Office released a report about its Accountability Audit of district bond expenditures. That day, we posted an announcement sharing the results. In today's video update, Superintendent Heather Tow-Yick shares information about the audit, as well as steps the district has taken to improve internal controls for monitoring, managing and ensuring compliance for the use of capital funds.

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  • Superintendent
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The district’s Bond Advisory Committee members met for the second time on Feb. 13, to hear answers to questions they asked; to learn about the Strategic Plan; hear from a student voice panel; and listen to information about safety and security, and the early learning programs. The committee will meet again Feb. 27.

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  • Safety & Security
  • Strategic Planning
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In today's February Community Update video, Superintendent Heather Tow-Yick shares about enrollment stabilization, bond refunding and student success.

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  • Enrollment
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  • Superintendent
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At the Feb. 8, 2024 School Board meeting, directors gave a recap of conversation during a work study session about the Strategic Plan; heard updates about works in progress and bond planning; approved a resolution regarding bond refunding; and approved two monitoring reports of district Ends and Executive Limitations.

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  • Finance
  • Kindergarten Registration
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The district’s Bond Advisory Committee had its first meeting on Jan. 30, beginning a three-month process to learn about district facilities. Committee members are being asked to evaluate facility needs and cost data through active engagement to provide an informed proposal to the superintendent, who will then craft a recommendation to the School Board for consideration.

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