In February, the Beaverton School Board is expected to refer a $723 million capital improvement bond to voters for the May 2022 election.
If passed, the bond would raise about $723 million to be used on projects across the district including seismic stability upgrades, improvement of air ventilation systems, replacement of aging roofs and additional classroom space to alleviate overcrowding. Bond money also would be used to improve accessibility in special education classrooms, enhance learning spaces and replace all one-to-one student Chromebooks and iPads.
The bond proposal would appear on the May 17, 2022 ballot.
Please visit our informational website to learn more about the projects that would be included in the proposed bond, including those for your particular school.