Architects shared a presentation for a proposed Capital Project at the April 4 Board of Education meeting that would improve traffic safety and traffic flow at both school campuses.
Air conditioning would also be installed in all classrooms and air quality would be improved,
The community will vote on the $6.1 million Capital Project as part of the May 17 budget vote. The project would have no impact on local taxes. A Capital Reserve Fund and federal grant funding would pay for the project.
Ed Anker from Phinney Design Group explained how they analyzed traffic patterns at both school campuses, including using drone cameras, to determine how they could make drop off and pick up times smoother and safer.
We will share more details in the coming weeks, including an article in the budget newsletter that will be mailed to all homes.