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Join Superintendent Heather Tow-Yick at Clark Elementary’s Shark Club as she celebrates achievements and shares gratitude for our school community's support. Learn about the new bond initiative for energy-efficient, safe, and career-focused facilities.

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The Issaquah School Board met last week for a study session about Ends 4 regarding Life Management and Personal Awareness, followed by a regular meeting. During the second session, the board approved a bond measure for the November General Election ballot, approved a resolution to repurpose some of the funds from the 2022 Capital Levy, heard updates about works in progress and discussed other topics.

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The School Board met on Thursday, May 9. Board directors discussed topics and heard updates related to a recent meeting of the Washington State School Directors' Association, works in progress from throughout the district, bond planning, secondary innovation, curriculum adoption, the student representative to the School Board program, and Ends 3 regarding Civic Engagement.

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The members of the district’s Bond Advisory Committee recommended a bond package to the superintendent that incorporates districtwide projects to improve safety and security, meet the requirements of the Clean Buildings Act, modernize buildings, and support secondary needs including innovation, Career and Technical Education (CTE) remodeling and overcrowding. The total scenario would cost about $650.2 million, if the superintendent proposes the full package to the School Board. 

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For three months, more than 60 volunteer Bond Advisory Committee members have worked together to evaluate facility needs and cost data through active engagement, in order to provide an informed proposal to the superintendent, who will then craft a recommendation to the School Board for consideration. Tune in to see some of their process and hear from committee members.

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The Issaquah School Board held a regular meeting on Thursday, April 25, at the Issaquah School District Administration Building. A recording of the meeting is available on the district YouTube Channel. Board directors heard about works in progress, an update about Capital Projects and Bond Planning, an update about the curriculum adoption process, a Monitoring Report for Executive Limitation 12 regarding the Learning Environment, and more.

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