Overview

Washington State’s Superintendent Chris Reydkal said on January 30th, 2018 that 

It is critical that we continue to educate our communities on the vital role local levies play in providing comprehensive services for our students. Even in a post-McCleary world, local levies are essential if we are to provide comprehensive programs and supports that are not funded as part of basic education…

Lake Washington School District is placing 3 measures on the ballot in February 2018. These measures are replacing expiring ones, and are a direct continuations of the district’s efforts to address the capacity shortages in district schools and fund shortages to provide adequate services and resources to all district students.

Bond
  • The second of four planned measures
  • Provides funding for the construction of new schools and classrooms needed to address growing student enrollment
  • Details
Capital Levy
  • Replaces the 2014 levy, which expires at the end of 2018
  • Provides funding for district technology and facilities not funded by the state
  • Details
Educational Programs & Operations Levy
  • Replaces the 2014 EP&O levy, which expires at the end of 2018
  • Provides funding for important programs and operations not funded by the state
  • Details