Saturday, October 06, 2007

The Capital Facilities Plan is not Pulp Fiction

The Edmonds School District distributes their Capital Facilities Plan free-of-charge, to all that request a copy. If you have concerns about where the District and their Board thought enrollment was heading, read the CFP. It is a short document that captures enrollment trends and shows that student numbers were plummeting since 2002. The Board adopted this document (as well as the Snohomish County Council) and yet district staff didn't think to use it while planning.

Email the Planning and Property Management Specialist at and request that a copy be mailed to you.

If you would rather view it online, you may do so by clicking here.


Anonymous said...

Do you mean to say that the previous budget analyst and you actually provided accurate data? No wonder you guys are gone.

Anonymous said...

How many years have any of you bloggers spent working inside Lynnwood High School? I have over 20 years being in that building. It was old and dysfunctional when I got there! If you want to complain, complain about how it was originally constructed along with tens of other ESD buildings. The fact we NEED a new building completely escapes you in your efforts to "blame" anybody and everybody that thinks differently than you. After all, your right to free speech is defended by others! Not that you would believe in fighting or defending your country. By the way, what country are you from? said...

I think after 20 years of being in Lynnwood High School, someone should let you out.

No one is saying there shouldn't be a new LHS. Please read the blog before you make such a sweeping statement.

What does my nationality have to do with anything? I will be voting on November 6th and it won't be for Gary Noble, even if does the honorable thing by then.

Anonymous said...

I agree that anonymous thoroughly missed the key points. The only reason not to build a new LHS is because enrollment does not support it. The district can fit all of the high school students into the other existing buildings. I think everyone knows the building itself is decrepit and possibly unsafe.