Construction Watch: Washington district planning major construction bond for 2020

Everett Public Schools will seek voter approval of a $317.4 million bond measure for school replacement and modernization efforts
By: | October 4, 2019
Everett Public Schools will look to voters next spring to approve a construction bond measure.Everett Public Schools will look to voters next spring to approve a construction bond measure.

The Everett, Washington, school district’s school board is planning to put a $317.4 million bond measure on voter ballots in April. The bond will cover replacing three elementary schools, modernizing five buildings, and fixing and adding classrooms. Read more.


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With several Baltimore County schools closed because of high temperatures, the Maryland county will spend $16 million—paired with additional state money—to install air conditioning and heating units in the schools. Read more.