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Levy and Bond Information
​View information about and options for the 2014 levy / bond measures
 

 Highlights

 
General information about what the measures pay for
Find out the cost of each measure, including the cost of the bond measures, for 2015-2018. Shows cost per thousand and the cost for the average home in the district.
Replaces the current EP&O levy, which provides 22.5% of funding for the district's general operating budget
Information on the needs, costs, and details of what the levy will pay for, as well as information about the district's technology strategy
Would pay for new schools to house the over 4,000 additional students expected to enroll in the next 8 years; modernize 6 schools
Answers to frequently asked questions on the levy and bond measures
Answers to questions about the future of the Juanita High School pool
 

 Developing the Options

 
At its August 5 meeting, the Lake Washington School District Board of Directors voted to place two levies and one bond measure on the ballot in February 2014. The levies would replace current measures that expire at the end of 2014. The bonds would build schools to house projected enrollment growth and to replace existing aging schools.
School Board to consider measures in August
A one-page review of the committee's advice to the school board.
Lake Washington School District is turning to parents, students, staff, and community members to shape proposed levy and bond measures to go on the ballot in February 2014.
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 School Funding Explained

 
 

 Bond and Levy Resolutions

 
Bond Measure Resolution
Capital Projects Levy Resolution
EP&O Levy Resolution
Bond and Levy Resolutions (combined)
 

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