Bond and Levy Proposals

Thank you, Central Kitsap community for supporting our schools!

Click the image to watch an overview of what the bond and levy measures would provide. 

Sample ballotWe are educating for the future by offering the quality, well-rounded education our community expects and deserves. We focus on personal and academic success for each student because we're not just creating learners. We're creating leaders

The Central Kitsap community approved two measures on the Feb. 9, 2016 ballot will support daily operations and create positive learning environments for students. Use the links on this page to learn more..

  • Bonds are for Buildings


    The passage of a bond will allow us to to upgrade security at all schools, replace and modernize secondary schools and fund critical repairs.

    Green arrow, pointing rightFind out what projects the bond funds

  • Levies are for Learning


    Levy dollars bridge the gap between state and federal funding and what it costs to run a district. The levy supports many of our daily operations.

    Green arrow, pointing rightFind out what the support levy provides

Continued Tax Rate

The estimated tax rate will remain the same. Homeowners currently pay $5.21 per $1,000 of their home's assessed value. 

The current tax rate of $5.21 per $1,000 for a home's assessed value  would remain the same if both ballot measures are approved.

We Keep Our Promises

The projects funded by the bond measure are the next step in our long-range facilities plan (pdf). We have kept the promises we made when voters approved a 2011 capital projects measure. We replaced a school, Hawk Elementary at Jackson Park. We have made critical repairs and technology upgrades districtwide. Silverdale Elementary is under renovation. Work will begin on a transportation and warehouse facility in 2017.

arrow pointing right See progress from our first phase of the long-term plan, which were funded by the 2011 capital project measure.

arrow pointing right See progress from the second phase of the long-term plan, which was funded by the 2016 bond.