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Bond information

April 2012
The April 2012 bonds did not include funds for any projects at Northwood Elementary.

April 2011
The April 2011 bonds did not include funds for any projects at Northwood Elementary.

April 2010
Bond holiday - no school bonds went before voters in 2010

April 2009
The April 2009 bonds did not include funds for any projects at Northwood Elementary.

April 2008
Proposition 3 passed April 1, 2008
Proposition 3 funds districtwide building system renewal projects, including the following project at Northwood Elementary:

  • Connect rain leader to storm water system

April 2007
Proposition 5 passed April 3, 2007
Proposition 5 funded building systems renewal projects across the district. At Northwood Elementary School, it funded the following improvements:

  • Electrical projects

April 2006
Proposition 9 included major maintenance repair projects across the district and site acquisition for future schools:

  • Fire alarm upgrade (Proposition 9 failed April 2006)

November 2004
The November 2004 bond did not include funds for any projects at Northwood Elementary.

April 2004
The projects proposed in Proposition 4, 5, and 6 were researched by professional engineers and facility managers, reviewed by citizens on the Capital Request Advisory Committee, and publicly scrutinized and approved by the School Board and Assembly. The following is a list of projects for Northwood Elementary:

  • Install TV cable, brackets and equipment (Proposition 4 passed April 6, 2004.)

April 2003
Propositions 9, 10 and 11 were developed with the support of the Capital Request Advisory Committee (made up of parents, students and a good cross section of community members), the Anchorage School Board and the Anchorage Assembly. Proposition 9 funds repair and major maintenance projects at most schools districtwide. Proposition 9 passed April 1, 2003.

  • Roof repair/replacement

April 2002
Propositions 5 and 6 were developed with the support of the Capital Request Advisory Committee (which represents parents, students and a good cross section of community members), the Anchorage School Board and the Anchorage Assembly. This rigorous public process helps ensure that the most critical needs throughout the municipality are addressed and that the community's investment in school facilities is protected. Propositions 5 and 6 passed April 2, 2002.

  • Minor Renewal
  • Mechanical

 

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