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Non-bond Projects




Community Resource Center

The Community Resource Center (CRC) was constructed on district owned land, and is located on the corner of Broadway and 41st, at the south “gateway” to the City of Everett.  The CRC brings together all district administrators into one building, where before, administrators were housed in the Longfellow building, the Educational Services Center building and several portable classrooms that were converted to office space. The project entailed constructing a three story office structure, with two floors of offices above a parking garage. $21,349,051 of the costs for this project were covered by State Construction Assistance Program(SCAP) funds, and $7,008,753 were covered by rent/miscellaneous funds.
 
   Cost  $28,357,804
   Project completed  2013
 
 
 

District-wide lighting upgrades 2010-13

Replaced existing lighting throughout the district with new, energy efficient fixtures. This project was funded by the rent/miscellaneous fund.
 
   Cost  $195,596
   Project completed  2013
 
 
 

Everett High School Civic Auditorium dampers

This project replaced aged penthouse ventilation damper structure and replaced a new fire damper unit over stage performance area. $81,983 of the costs for this project were covered by SCAP funds, and $151,214 were covered by rent/miscellaneous funds.
 
   Estimated cost  $300,000
   Actual cost  $233,197
   Project completed  2010
 
 
 

Everett Memorial Stadium locker room improvements

This project entailed the construction of a new locker room in the basement of the Athletics Building. The locker room included lockers for 34 athletes, new restrooms, shower facilities, coach's office and training area. The new locker room is used by the Everett AquaSox Baseball Team and teams from Everett High School. This project also included the installation of new larger lockers in existing locker rooms C and D. This project was funded by a 2007 appropriation from the State Legislature for improvements to Everett's Minor League Baseball Facility. This project was funded by the rent/miscellaneous fund.
 
   Cost  $415,444
   Project completed  2009
 
 
 

Everett Memorial Stadium soil remediation

Soil contaminated with hydrocarbons was discovered and remediated from the site of the future Community Resource Center. This project was funded by the SCAP funds.
 
   Cost  $602,789
   Project completed  2009
 
 
 

Healthy Kids, Healthy Schools grant 

Recently the district received a preliminary award for water bottle filling stations at 4 high schools and a new dishwasher at Sequoia. The dishwasher was installed at Sequoia and, and the water bottle filling stations have been installed at Cascade, Everett, Jackson and Sequoia High Schools. This project was funded by grant proceeds in the rent/miscellaneous fund.
 
   Cost $104,383
   Project completed  2016
 
 
 

Heatherwood Middle School flooring replacement

Corridors throughout the school received a mix of new carpet and vinyl floor tile and new vinyl tile wainscot during the summer 2006. New carpet was installed in classrooms, band, choir, library and administration areas. This project was funded by the SCAP funds.
 
   Cost  $344,001
   Project completed  2006
 
 
 

 
High school track replacements

This project replaced the existing cinder tracks at Cascade and HM Jackson High Schools with all-weather synthetic surfacing. This project was funded by the SCAP funds.
 
   Cost  $1,439,726
   Project completed   September 2012
 
 
 

Jackson High School cafeteria expansion

The H.M. Jackson High School Cafeteria Expansion project included the construction of a new student commons adjacent to the existing cafeteria. This project focused on providing flexible spaces to meet the ever changing needs of high school education, community use and technology.  $333,445 of the costs for this project were covered by mitigation/impact fees, and $3,853,696 were covered by SCAP funds.
 
   Cost  $4,187,141
   Project completed  2011
 
 
 

Maintenance and operations equipment purchase 

Purchased four pieces of equipment, a large mower, a medium mower, a tractor powered aerator and a scissors lift, for use by the district’s maintenance and operations department. This project was funded by the rent/miscellaneous fund.
 
   Cost  $106,075
   Project completed  2015
 
 
 

Memorial Baseball Stadium seating upgrade

Approximately 112 baseball stadium seats were replaced with new seats. This project was funded by the SCAP funds.
 
   Estimated cost  $175,170
   Actual cost  $46,898.87
   Project completed  2015
 
 
 

New portables at various schools 2014-15

New portables were provided at Jefferson (3), Jackson HS (3), Lowell (1), Forest View (3), and Silver Lake (6). $1,190,719 of the costs for this project were covered by mitigation/impact fees, and $1,613,529 were covered by SCAP funds.
 
   Cost  $2,804,249
   Project completed
 2015
 
 
 
 

Playground Equipment

Playground equipment was installed at Cedar Wood, Hawthorne, and Lowell Elementary Schools. Cedar Wood playground was funded by a Snohomish County Grant ($8,507). Hawthorne was funded by the Hawthorne PTA ($26,266,11), Everett Public Schools Foundation ($31,505) and a Snohomish County Grant ($16,000). Lowell was funded by the Lowell PTA ($1,000) and a Snohomish County Grant ($5,000).

   Cost  $2,804,249
   Project completed
 2016

 

 
Woodside portable purchase 
Two new portables were moved to Woodside Elementary to accommodate capacity needs.  New portables were purchased in lieu of moving existing portables as the existing portables were in poor condition. This project was funded by mitigation/impact fees.
 
   Cost  $315,992
   Project completed  2014
 
 
 

Portable relocations at various sites

Relocation included seven portables classrooms at multiple schools during summer of 2014. $633,909 of the costs for this project were covered by mitigation/impact fees, and $63,341 were covered by SCAP funds.
 
   Cost  $697,251
   Project completed  summer 2014
 
 
 

Portable relocate to Woodside Elementary School

Relocated the restroom portable from Monroe ES to Woodside ES.  This project was funded by mitigation/impact fees.
 
   Cost  $268,358
   Project completed  summer 2014
 
 
 

Portables classrooms at various sites 

Ten portable classroom portables were purchased, installed, and furnished on various sites in 2016, including Jackson ES (1), Lowell ES (1), Whittier ES (2), Forest View ES (3) Cedar Wood ES (2), and Silver Lake ES (1). $1,148,113 of the costs for this project were covered by mitigation/impact fees, and $809,869 were covered by SCAP funds, and $12,917 were covered by rent/miscellaneous funds.
 
   Cost  $1,970,899
   Project completed  2016
 
 
 

Science classroom upgrades

Phase 1 - Eisenhower Middle School and North Middle School (2011); Phase 2 - Gateway Middle School, Heatherwood Middle School, HM Jackson High School, Sequoia High School (2012). This project was funded by the SCAP funds.
 
   Cost  $1,155,936 
   Project completed  2012
 
 
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