Projects related to your school on the ballot
Restore, Improve, Replace
Projects related to your school on the ballot.
Why Group Schools by the Student Feeder Pattern?
Our student's educational journey spans multiple school buildings, shaping their growth and development. By sharing projects by school feeder pattern, you can better visualize this interconnected system and make an informed decision about your child's academic future.
We strive to create an environment that fosters continuous growth from kindergarten to graduation, ensuring the buildings students attend are well equipped, up to current building standards, and provide a comfortable, welcoming environment.
- Puyallup High School
- Walker HIgh School
- Aylen Junor High (PHS)
- Edgemont Junior High (PHS)
- Kalles Junior High (PHS)
- Fruitland Elementary (AJH)
- Karshner Elementary (AJH)
- Maplewood Elementary (AJH)
- Meeker Elementary (KJH)
- Mountain View Elementary (EJH)
- Northwood Elementary (EJH)
- Shaw Road Elementary (KJH)
- Spinning Elementary (KJH)
- Stewart Elementary (KJH)
- Waller Road Elementary (AJH)
- Business Services
- EdTec / CK / Warehouse / SH Transportation
- Central Kitchen
- Capital Portable
- Educational Support Center (ESC)
- Instructional Materials Processing Center (IMPC)
- Karshner Museum
- Maintenance Shop
- South Hill Transportation
- Sparks Stadium
- Transportation / Operations Downtown
*Much of the funding included in this capital levy is not just related to systems that need replacement due to their age but are also tied to becoming compliant with the Clean Buildings Act. We agree that the intent of this legislation is good for improving our impact on the environment, conserving energy, and lowering our operations costs, however it will take a significant investment. Without funding, it will be impossible to reach the benchmarks required to avoid the fines that will be levied by the state. Those fines would be paid from the general fund and could be thousands of dollars, again, impacting the resources available for teaching and learning. Learn more about our CBA requirements.
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