February 9, 2016
School Improvements Bond and
M&O Replacement Levy Election
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Board approves February 9, 2016 school bond and replacement levy election
The Olympia School Board has unanimously agreed to place a school bond on the February 9, 2016 Special Election ballot to address continued enrollment growth districtwide and smaller class size at the elementary level. The proposed bond also calls for updating school security, renovating aging school buildings and some athletic fields, building a larger performance theater at Capital High School, and making other facility improvements.
Voters will also be asked in February to consider a four-year maintenance and operations replacement levy. The levy would replace one approved by voters in 2012 to help pay for day-to-day learning needs such as teaching, school supplies, athletics and activities and transportation.
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Olympia School District voters will consider two ballot measures ─ a four-year maintenance and operations replacement levy and a school improvements bond ─ on the February 9, 2016 Special Election ballot.
The deadline to register in person to vote in that election is February 1.
Learn more about how to register in person to vote.
Proposed Bond Projects at each School:
- Avanti High School
- Boston Harbor Elementary School
- Capital High School
- Centennial Elementary School
- Garfield Elementary School
- Hansen Elementary School
- Jefferson Middle School
- Lincoln Elementary School
- LP Brown Elementary School
- Madison Elementary School
- Marshall Middle School
- McKenny Elementary School
- McLane Elementary School
- Olympia High School
- Olympia Regional Learning Academy
- Pioneer Elementary School
- Reeves Middle School
- Roosevelt Elementary School
- Washington Middle School