2018-19 Approved Bond Alterations

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Message from Superintendent:

The Moses Lake School Board of Directors approved the recommended changes made from the Long Range Facility Planning Committee, to the 2017 Capital Project Bond. This committee was charged with reviewing the changes in circumstances which have occurred since the submission and approval of the February 2017 bond resolution. As a District are excited to move forward with building schools in the coming months and years. To help our entire community better understand the changes being made please review this important information.

If you have any further questions about the alterations, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Dr. Joshua Meek

Superintendent


2017 Bond Package:

  1. Elementary School #11
    • Construct a new 450 student elementary school.
  2. High School #2
    • Construct a new 1,600 student high school of approximately 240,000 square feet.
    • Plan opening for year 2021-22
  3. MLHS Safety and Security Upgrades
    • Research and prioritize safety and security upgrades to Moses Lake High School including
      • Improvement or replacement of heating and air conditioning systems
      • Improvement or replacement of the roof
      • Improvements and modifications to learning space
      • Safety and security improvements
      • Improvement or replacement of plumbing and restrooms
      • etc….

The 2017 Bond Package would qualify for…

  • $16,200,000 of state construction assistance for High School #2
  • MLHS would qualify for $15,425,288 of state construction assistance for renovation in 2028

2018 Revised Bond Package:

    1. Elementary Schools
      • Construct a new 450-student elementary school (#11), on a site to be determined by the Board.
      • Construct a second new 450-student elementary school (#12), on a site to be determined by the Board.
    2. High School
      • Bid in 2020 and construct a new high school facility reducing the anticipated initial size to accommodate approximately 700-900 students in line with updated enrollment projections and designing the facility to align to instructional programming to align with changing needs of our students into the future.
      • Renovate Moses Lake High School, as approved by the voters, to align with changing needs of our students into the future.
    3. Safety and Security Upgrades
      • Make health, safety, security and infrastructure improvements to school facilities as originally approved by the voters.
      • Include safety and security improvements at each school in the District as prioritized by the upcoming North Central ESD safety and security audit.

2018 Revised Bond Package would qualify for…

  • $16,200,000 of state construction assistance for High School #2
  • MLHS would qualify for $37,735,749 of state construction assistance for renovation in 2028.

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