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  • If passed by voters, Orting School District Proposition 1 would issue $117,000,000 of general obligation bonds to finance key investments to reduce overcrowding, provide career preparation resources, and improve school safety in our district, which now boasts 800 more students than the current system was designed for.

    Proposition 1 would fund key capital improvements including authorizing the construction of a new elementary school, repaying debt, adding temporary facilities, and upgrading existing schools. To manage the influx of students, the proposition would expand and provide security upgrades to Ptarmigan Ridge Elementary, improve health and safety at Orting Middle School, and invest in both career and technical education as well as STEM learning at Orting High School. Together, these improvements will better equip our schools so that all Orting students can access the education they need to build a bright future.

    All students deserve updated, spacious, and safe learning spaces. Vote Yes on Orting School District Proposition 1 to ensure that our school districts have the resources needed to offer our students a high-quality education, mental and physical health support, and opportunities for their future.

    Last updated: 2024-01-24

    If passed by voters, Orting School District Proposition 1 would issue $117,000,000 of general obligation bonds to finance key investments to reduce overcrowding, provide career preparation resources, and improve school safety in our district, which now boasts 800 more students than the current system was designed for.

    Proposition 1 would fund key capital improvements including authorizing the construction of a new elementary school, repaying debt, adding temporary facilities, and upgrading existing schools. To manage the influx of students, the proposition would expand and provide security upgrades to Ptarmigan Ridge Elementary, improve health and safety at Orting Middle School, and invest in both career and technical education as well as STEM learning at Orting High School. Together, these improvements will better equip our schools so that all Orting students can access the education they need to build a bright future.

    All students deserve updated, spacious, and safe learning spaces. Vote Yes on Orting School District Proposition 1 to ensure that our school districts have the resources needed to offer our students a high-quality education, mental and physical health support, and opportunities for their future.

    If passed by voters, Orting School District Proposition 1 would issue $117,000,000 of general obligation bonds to finance key investments to reduce overcrowding, provide career preparation resources, and improve school safety in our district, which now boasts 800 more students than the current system was designed for.

    Proposition 1 would fund key capital improvements including authorizing the construction of a new elementary school, repaying debt, adding temporary facilities, and upgrading existing schools. To manage the influx of students, the proposition would expand and provide security upgrades to Ptarmigan Ridge Elementary, improve health and safety at Orting Middle School, and invest in both career and technical education as well as STEM learning at Orting High School. Together, these improvements will better equip our schools so that all Orting students can access the education they need to build a bright future.

    All students deserve updated, spacious, and safe learning spaces. Vote Yes on Orting School District Proposition 1 to ensure that our school districts have the resources needed to offer our students a high-quality education, mental and physical health support, and opportunities for their future.

    Orting School District No. 344 Proposition No. 1

    If passed by voters, Orting School District Proposition 1 would issue $117,000,000 of general obligation bonds to finance key investments to reduce overcrowding, provide career preparation resources, and improve school safety in our district, which now boasts 800 more students than the current sy