School Board Approves Facilities Bond Measure
The board approved the Long Range Facilities Plan at their January 11, 2018 meeting. After prioritizing school projects, they voted to place a general obligation bond on the May 15, 2018 ballot for school facilities improvements. The total amount of the bond is $199,916,925 million.
Committee workshop materials and Benton County elections resources are available at the links below.
- Facilities Planning Materials
- Notice of Measure Election- Measure 2-113
- Check your voter registration status
- Public Employee Restrictions on Political Campaigning
Preparing for the future of learning in Corvallis
In early 2016, an Innovation Team made up of educators and school administrators was convened by the superintendent. The team was asked to envision what is possible for students as we prepare for a bright future. The culmination of that process was shared with the school board in a summary report, The Road Ahead. The team was invited to explore ways to provide dynamic instruction to better equip students for success in a rapidly-changing world and envision powerful learning environments to support 21st century skill development.
Superintendent Noss subsequently convened a Long Range Facilities Planning Committee to incorporate the work of the Innovation Team, review facility needs and recommend a Long Range Facilities Master Plan that would address the aging infrastructure in our district. The committee completed their work in November 2017. The Long Range Facilities Plan will be published to the web later this month.