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Northshore School District seeks public participation on Grade Reconfiguration Master Planning Task Forces
The Northshore School District (NSD) Board of Directors will seek funding through a 2014 bond measure to build a new high school in the north end of the district as a longer-term solution to enrollment growth and to reconfigure grade levels to a K-5 elementary, 6-8 middle school and 9-12 high school model which will provide greater educational opportunities for students.
As a part of this planning, NSD is seeking applicants for the following Grade Reconfiguration Task Forces to begin the visioning and planning for grade reconfiguration: K-5 Elementary, 6-8 Middle School and 9-12 High School. There are five openings for parents/community members on each 15-member task force.
Applications are available online at www.nsd.org/gradereconfiguration or by contacting the Communications Department at 425-408-7670.
Applications are due to the NSD Communications Department by May 24.
Task force membership includes five parent/community members as well as five administrator and five teacher/classified representatives. These task forces will meet monthly over the next four years, beginning in August/September 2013.
The superintendent, with consultation of the board vice president, will select parent/community representatives. Task force members will be notified of their selection by June 7.
Task force teams will gather for an introductory meeting in the early afternoon on June 20 at the district Administrative Center, 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell, WA 98021.
Contact the Communication Department at 425-408-7670 for additional information or assistance.