About the Bond
It has been nearly 20 years since the passage of the last bond measure in the North Bend School District. In that time, the number of students in our classrooms has increased, safety and security concerns have changed, and basic systems like electrical, heating, plumbing and roofs are aging and do not function as designed in some schools. Learn More >
Address Health, Safety and Security
If the proposed measure passes, North Bend School District would repair or replace locks, front entries, and security systems. If passed, access points and entryways would be renovated.
The proposed bond measure would include proposed health, safety, and security projects for all North Bend School District schools. If passed, the proposed measure would fund removal of asbestos and address air quality with new heating and ventilation systems.
Repair & Update Aging School Buildings
The average age of a school in the North Bend School District is 59 years. Some schools are over 70 years old that have aging electrical, heating, lighting and cooling systems.
If passed, the proposed bond measure would fund new HVAC systems, plumbing, and electrical systems to help reduce costs and provide district-wide energy efficiencies. The proposed bond measure, if passed, would fund new roofs and windows in district schools.
Expand Hands On Learning & Student Career Pathways
Education is changing. Students are now able to seek a variety of college and career pathways through the addition of vocational programs and job training programs.
If passed, the proposed bond measure would expand vocational programs such as culinary, health services, metalworking, construction and graphic arts. The proposed bond measure, if passed, would renovate existing space at North Bay High School into a performing arts space.