The Evergreen School District’s Operations Department exists to support the goals of Evergreen’s Strategic Plan through safe and well maintained facilities, efficient infrastructure and student oriented programs. The Operations Department consists of Child Nutrition Services, Grounds, Maintenance, Purchasing, Transportation and the Measure M bond program. Each member of our team has unique skills that they proudly use to provide valuable services to students and the community of Evergreen.
Measure M (Bond)
Measure M was passed by Evergreen voters on November 4, 2014. Measure M is meant to provide a safe, modern learning environment that supports academic achievements by upgrading and constructing classrooms and hands-on science and technology labs and restrooms, increasing campus security and improving overall energy efficiency.
Bond fund expenditures are monitored by a Citizens Oversight Committee that meets once per quarter. View more information on the Citizens Oversight Committee's web page including future meeting dates.
Facilities Advisory Committee
The Facilities Advisory Committee was created by the Board of Trustees to ultimately deliver a set of recommendations to the Board of Trustees as to how it might maximize the use of its facilities to both serve the community and perhaps generate revenue.
Facilities Advisory Committee Board Presentation
The following link will take you to the Board Presentation explaining the process, the roles and the statute of the Facilities Advisory Committee:
Measure I (Bond)
Measure I was passed by Evergreen voters in 2006 to bring funding to the District for new construction and modernization projects. Measure I calls for $150,000,000.00 in general obligation bonds to be sold in increments to complete projects at each of our sites.
Bond fund expenditures are monitored by a Citizens Oversight Committee that meets once per quarter. See more information about the Citizens Oversight Committee, including Committee minutes.
Upon passage of Measure M, the District shall not issue any Bonds pursuant to the authorization remaining under Measure I and shall consider such authorization forfeit, null and void. $60 million was issued and $90 million was forfeited.