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North Kitsap School District

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Capital Projects

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We are immensely grateful for the unwavering support from our community, which has enabled us to make significant improvements to our schools. In February 2018, North Kitsap voters demonstrated their commitment to our district's success by approving a four-year Capital Levy with over 61% in favor. This approval resulted in $40 million of funding for essential repairs, safety and security upgrades, as well as technology replacements and enhancements. These projects positively impacted every school in our district.

In February 2022, our community passed the second four-year Capital Projects and Technology Levy. This levy funds over $36 million in school building upgrades and additions, ongoing maintenance needs and technology upgrades, and replacements. 

As we embark on this journey together, we invite you to explore the details of our projects, review our long-range plan, and learn about some of the milestones we've achieved so far. With your support, we are confident that we can continue to enhance the educational experience for our students and provide them with the best possible learning environment.

Project Updates

Capital Projects Update - Fall 2023

It was a busy summer for our Capital Projects team! Six projects were completed over the summer and nine projects are in Progress this fall. Our first construction project in 16 years is underway with the addition at Poulsbo Middle School. This is an exciting first step in providing modern learning spaces for our students.

Spring 2019 Capital Projects Update

We have provided an update on our progress with Capital Projects throughout the district. Take a look and see what we completed in 2018/19, what we plan to do this summer, and what the future years look like.

We thank our voters for their continued support of our schools through the passage of the Capital Levy in 2018.

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The school board approved the temporary use of existing funds in order to start projects ahead of the first levy collection.  The approved funds were allocated from the district's fund balance and will be replaced upon receipt of the April 2019 levy collection. This allowed the district to complete projects ahead of schedule; which provided technology, security and safety/comfort projects that were desperately needed.