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Ferndale School District Bond 2019

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Bond Information Website Home Page

Weekly Bond Project Updates

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FHS Design Rendering

FHS Project Dashboard with Ferndale School District, Dykeman Architecture, Construction Services Group and Bond Oversight Committee logos. Total project budget: 105 Million Bond plus possible state match TBD. Spent to date $1,906,330. Project timeline 52 months currently in visioning and early design stage.


District-wide Critical Projects schedule. Projects and progress for Roof Repairs (Vista, Custer, Central), Masonry Repairs (Custer, Skyline), HVAC Controls (Central, Eagleridge, Cascadia, Horizon), Heatvalves (Vista), DDC Controls (Skyline, Custer, North Bellingham, Mountain View), Hot Water Tank Replacement (district wide), Fire Panels (Eagleridge, Central, Horizon), Exterior Lighting (district wide), Fencing (Custer, Eagleridge, Skyline, North Bellingham), Secure Vestibules & Access Control (Admin building, Beach, Cascadia, Central, Custer, Eagleridge, Horizon, Skyline, Vista). Included pre-design, design & bidding, construction and completed color keys to track progress.


Public Notice - Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance - New Ferndale High School

June 11 Town Hall Community Meeting Summary and Resources

2019 Bond Proposal News Releases

01/02/19: February 2019 Bond Facts – What You Need to Know

Our bond measure to modernize Ferndale schools will be back on the February 12, 2019 Special Election ballot. This is the bond to build a new high school, make critical facility repairs and upgrades, improve school security, and modernize our Performing Arts Center.

11/28/18: Ferndale School District Seeks Volunteers to Write Statements “For” And “Against” Upcoming Bond Measure

The Ferndale School District is seeking potential authors for the voters' pamphlet statements supporting and opposing the Ferndale School District bond measure that will appear on the February 12, 2019 ballot.

11/27/18: Ferndale School Board to Ask Voters to Re-Consider Bond Package in February 2019

The Ferndale School Board will ask voters to reconsider a Bond package in February 2019. The original proposal reached 58.64% during the November 2018 General Election but fell short of the 60% Super-Majority required to pass municipal bonds in Washington State. The original proposal was recommended by the Ferndale Community Bond Task Force. The Ferndale School Board accepted those recommendations in full.

2018 Bond Proposal News Releases

News releases posted prior to the November 2018 proposed bond

Community Bond Task Force

Community Bond Task Force Web Page

Community members step up to help the district develop a bond package aimed at upgrading aging facilities. Click to view the Community Bond Task Force website.

Bond Task Force Meetings

Meeting Dates