YES! Evergreen Schools

Evergreen School District will have a bond resolution on the February 13, 2018 special election ballot.

Who we are
Evergreen Citizens for Schools (ECS) is the volunteer citizens group that runs the levy and bond promotional campaigns for the Evergreen Public Schools.  Our mission is to continue ECS’s long-standing tradition of supporting Evergreen schools. Our objective is to gather community support to pass bonds and levy resolutions. ECS runs a grassroots campaign and works with citizens in the Evergreen School District to make sure they have accurate information about the bonds and levies.

Financial support
ECS receives donations from individuals, families, local businesses and unions, and philanthropists who understand the important role levies and bonds play in supporting our school district.

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, January 4
Info Meeting - Cascade Park Library @ 6pm
Get signs, buttons, and more

Monday, January 15
Last day to register to vote!

Friday, January 26
Ballots mailed to voters!

Saturday, January 27
Door Hanging Day

January 30 & February 1
Sign Waving

February 6 & 8
Sign Waving

Tuesday, February 13
Ballots Due!

What would the bond pay for?

Aging buildings, hundreds of portable classrooms, safety and security concerns, heating and cooling issues and changing educational requirements will be addressed by the Evergreen Public Schools Facilities Bond Measure on the February 13, 2018 ballot. Projects include:

  • Replacing five elementary schools -- Burton, Ellsworth, Image, Marrion, and Sifton 
  • Building a new elementary school at NE 162nd Avenue and 39th Street
  • Replacing Wy'east Middle School
  • Replacing Mountain View High School
  • An addition at Heritage High School to replace 39 portables
  • A new home for Legacy High School, 49th Street Academy, and the Transitions program
  • Relocating the district office
  • Replacing aging security and communications systems
  • Replacing roofs, heating and cooling systems, and upgrading mechanical systems
  • Replacing sound systems and installing energy efficient lighting
  • Replacing music instruments at secondary schools
  • Improved athletic and sports fields at high schools


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