"My name is Kristie Edwards. I am a parent of students in the Ferndale School District, a resident of Ferndale, and a supporter of the Ferndale School bond. I want to tell you what changed my 2014 school bond “no” vote to a “yes” in 2019. I was not a supporter of the 2014 school … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Changed ‘No’ to a ‘Yes’ Vote on School Bond
Throughout the month of January, residents of the Ferndale School District will be hosting open-house gatherings, providing their neighbors an opportunity to learn more about the proposed school bond. Members of the community-led Bond Task Force will be available at each open-house to answer questions about the bond's development and contents. Below is a schedule … Continue reading Want to Learn More About the School Bond?
Letter to the Editor - My Ferndale News It’s time for Ferndale residents to move past old grudges and approve a school bond that will provide our youth the facilities needed for a 21st century education. It’s easy to find fault in every School Bond request and it’s easy to complain about it costing too … Continue reading LTE: Move Past Old Grudges and Approve a School Bond
The Ferndale School Board will ask voters to re-consider a Bond package in February 2019. The original proposal reached 58.64% during the November 2018 General Election but fell short of the 60% Super-Majority required to pass municipal bonds in Washington State. The original proposal was recommended by the Ferndale Community Bond Task Force. The Ferndale … Continue reading Ferndale School Board to Ask Voters to Re-Consider Bond Package in February 2019
When your ballots arrive this weekend, you’ll be asked to approve a school bond to ensure tens of thousands of Ferndale high school students have the facilities they need to prepare for a 21st century global economy. This request is the culmination of months of work by the 85-plus members of the community-led Bond Task … Continue reading Oct. 17 Ferndale Record OpEd