Just how many miles in the snow (or rain) did you walk to get to school? What stories from “back in the day” do you share about your first teacher or the lunch line? If you drive by a Central Kitsap School District school today, it all still feels pretty familiar, even if you’re not an alumnus. The buses are still bumblebee yellow, each day still begins with a bell, and the schools, for the most part, still look EXACTLY the same, regardless of how old you are.
A growing number of people in their senior years, especially those on fixed incomes, are finding that every day is a new challenge just to stay ahead of the costs of living.
How utterly disappointed I am to see CKSD completely ignored voters’ expectations, the Legislature’s $10.2 million additional funding, and the State Supreme Court’s mandate to eliminate reliance on special levies to fund basic education.
Central Kitsap School District has put forward a capital projects bond issue to proceed with the Long Range Capital Projects Plan Phase 2.