Growth

In August 2019, I was one of a group who ceremoniously removed the first shovel of dirt for the groundbreaking of the Cedar Trails Elementary School.  It has been thrilling to watch this new school rise up and become a hub of construction activity. 

And did you know that a variety of sustainable strategies have been used to enhance Issaquah School District’s learning environments while reducing maintenance and operational costs? Since 2001, new construction has increased the total building space 36.2% while energy usage has decreased 2%.

School building expansion to meet the needs of our growing population has been top of mind for the Board in the last couple of years and will continue to be important in the future.

See lots more information on District Capital Projects here: Capital Projects (wednet.edu)

Thank you for visiting my webpage and for supporting me for re-election to the Issaquah School Board in November 2021.

Published by Sydne D. Mullings

A parent and product of public education, I believe that every Issaquah family, whether they are longtime residents or newer to the community, should fully experience the excellence of Issaquah School District.

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