Fife Public Schools is asking for feedback about a potential bond measure to fund school remodeling and possibly new school construction.
The proposal would appear on the same ballot as the district’s maintenance and operations levy in 2018.
Superintendent Kevin Alfano said the 3,600-student district — which includes Fife, Milton and surrounding areas — is growing at the same time many of its buildings are aging.
Since the district’s last capital bond measure in 2000, enrollment has grown by more than 35 percent, according to the school district.
The online survey is at tinyurl.com/FifeSDSurvey.
In addition, the school district is creating a capital facility advisory committee of parents, staff members, students and community members. To volunteer, submit your contact information to CFAC@fifeschools.com by May 15.
More information on the district’s facility work is available at bit.ly/FifeBond2018.