Capital Projects Update: November 2019
Capital Projects Update: June 2019
Posted on 06/24/2019
Security work at Cottonwood

CK High staff, students and community members celebrated their school’s history and closed the last chapter set in the old building. We can’t wait to see the great things students will accomplish in the new building!

This summer, we’ll wrap up work at CK High and on security improvements at most of our schools, make more athletic improvements at Klahowya and continue design work on our other large projects.

Have a happy summer!

Central Kitsap High

CKHS entrance

Status: The big move has begun. Demolition of the old CK Middle is complete, and work began on the softball field and parking areas.

This summer: Crews will wrap up work on the interior of CK High and refocus on fields and lots surrounding the building. Renovation of the old CKMS gym continues.

Klahowya Secondary

KSS grandstands

Status: Ramps into grandstands have been installed, and electrical work is underway.

This summer: Tennis courts will be resurfaced. Roofing work will be done on grandstands. 

Building 900

illustration of new library and district office

Status: Schematic design floor plans are complete.

This summer: School board reviewed schematic designs, and cost reconciliation continues.

Safety & Security 

Crews at Cottonwood

Status: We continue work at seven schools. Concrete footings at Cottonwood are being set for the building’s extension. Framing at Cougar Valley is underway.

This summer: We’ll complete work at Clear Creek, Green Mountain, Hawk and Fairview. Construction continues at Cottonwood and Cougar Valley.

Olympic High (Phase 2)

Illustration of OHS

Status: Architects continue working on plans to update classrooms throughout the building and modernize gyms and locker rooms.

This summer: The school board will review floor plans for classroom and gym modernization. 


illustration of proposed theater

Status: Architects are working on detailed plans, including materials, finishes and system plans for a 245-seat theater on Ridgetop’s campus.

This summer: Design development work will continue.