The facilities referendum totaling about $317M* included:
Significant renovations that will transform learning environments in our four main high schools.
Moving our Capital High Westside students out of an over-capacity leased strip mall site and our Capital High Eastside students out of borrowed space inside Lapham Elementary School into a permanent home in a school building we own, Hoyt School.
Building a new elementary school in the Rimrock area to give underserved students and families a much-needed school in their neighborhood.
*After broad community feedback expressing a desire for additional investments in environmental sustainability projects at our four comprehensive high schools, the board responded by adding $2M to the referenda to improve the environmental sustainability and health of our high schools.