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Bond Projects Newsletter - Spring 2016

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About the Bond Projects

Over the next three years, the District will design and construct major improvements to our schools, offering a fresh start for students and faculty. This work includes:

Funding for these projects is provided by a bond measure passed in 2015. Oversight for the projects is provided by the Reynolds School Board and Citizens Oversight Committee. 

All of the Bond Projects are currently being designed. The architects and project team will be guided by:

Thank you to the Reynolds community for your support of the bond measure and continued investment in our school district! 

News and Announcements

In an effort to connect more contractors to the 2015 Reynolds Bond Projects and other projects in the Portland area, the Local & Diverse Partnership Program and Metro will be hosting an event on Thursday, July 28 from 4:00 - 6:20 PM.

To learn more about contracting opportunities through the 2015 Reynolds Bond Projects, sign up for our mailing list.

Community Design Meeting at Troutdale Elementary

Thank you to all the students, family, staff, and community members who participated in our design meetings! All Community design meetings for RHS, Wilkes, Fairview, and Troutdale have concluded. Community feedback collected at these meetings was used to create conceptual designs for each school, which will be presented to the Reynolds School Administration and School  Board.

In an effort to connect more contractors to the 2015 Reynolds Bond Projects and other projects in the Portland area, the Local & Diverse Partnership Program and Metro will be hosting an event on Tuesday, June 28 from 3:00 - 5:00 PM.

To learn more about contracting opportunities through the 2015 Reynolds Bond Projects, sign up for our mailing list.

Reynolds Middle School, Sweetbriar Elementary and Salish Ponds Elementary are getting ready to celebrate construction kick-off. The schools are receiving safety and security upgrades, including more highly controlled entryways. Work will take place this summer and be complete by the time students return to school in the fall. The upgrades are made possible thanks to voter approval of a 2015 bond measure. Other bond projects include replacing Fairview, Troutdale and Wilkes elementary schools and significantly renovating Reynolds High School. All district schools will receive safety and security updates.

“These updates are the first of the major school investments envisioned by the District and our community,” said District Superintendent Linda Florence, “We are excited to celebrate the project kick-off and share plans for the school improvements.” See the full release here.