Don’t reward financial mismanagement. On the April 26 levy, vote NO on ISD’s Proposition 2 to demand accountability from the School District.
Let’s be very clear: We are FOR kids and FOR public education! But, we are NOT FOR school administrators who mismanage public funds, are not transparent, trample on the environment, and consistently ignore the valid concerns of their constituents.
In the Half BILLION-dollar 2016 bond issue campaign, the Issaquah School District (ISD) promised us new schools. They gave themselves a new Administration Building.
(Read the ISD resolution that "reallocated" 2016 funds away from schools to finance the new administration building. This resolution refutes ISD's claim that the building was "separately bonded.")
Instead, we got:
Furthermore, ISD’s own enrollment forecasts show that High School #4 and Elementary School #17 may never actually be needed in the future.
Proposition 2, on the April 26 Levy ballot, includes $44 MILLION to partially fill the $78 MILLION budget deficit on High School #4. The other $34 Million comes from ISD’s “reallocation” of the funds from the postponed Elementary School #17.
On April 26, vote NO on ISD’s Proposition 2.
What’s so bad about ISD’s Proposition 2?
- 60% of students will be bussed from other areas
- Expansion to 7 lanes at the single site entry/exit at taxpayer expense
- No safe way for students to walk or bike to the schools
Prop 2 rewards this environmental malfeasance.
Other Issaquah School District Administration Subterfuge:
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C-Care is concerned that the ISD is planning to squeeze a new high school AND an elementary school onto a single, insufficient campus at the Sammamish/Issaquah border.