The foundations of the two connected buildings that will be the new Evergreen High School are nearly complete. Watch for a crane to arrive later this month to begin erecting structural steel and mass timber.
We built the school projects you approved in the 2016 bond to support more of our students with modern learning environments. With approval of the 2022 bond, we will rebuild three more aging schools and make more critical repairs and capital improvements districtwide. Thank you for investing in building and maintaining our schools. We invite you to follow our progress from planning to construction and stay informed.
We are getting creative to reduce waste by reusing Tyee High School building materials in the new school. And the first concrete was poured to start the foundations of the new school!
Our community-led Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) meeting on October 25 was well attended by energized new and returning members.
When we had an opportunity to purchase the former HiLine Lanes next door to our central office, another opportunity opened up: a new team sport for high school girls.
Last Friday, Governor Jay Inslee came to Highline High School to learn from the Highline Pirates Environmental Club stars about their successful solar panel project and their future plans.
The Pacific Design Review Committee met with Hutteball + Oremus Architecture to review the design progress. In other news, Skanska was selected as the general constructor and construction manager for the Pacific project.
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