“Our final Superstar party of the year was a HUGE success! We were lucky enough to have leadership students from WAHS come and put on “Minute to Win It” games for us to enjoy. We got to ride scooter boards, use balloons to move cups across tables, eat cookies off our own faces, blow ping pong balls across water-filled cups, and try to pick up skittles with straws! It was a great party and the kids had a wonderful time. A special thanks to the West Albany leadership class who came and set everything up for us – you guys are the best!!”
Bond project timelines were discussed during the last School Board meeting on May 18. The plan is to open three of the four new construction projects by start of school in fall 2019: new elementary school, rebuild of Oak Grove Elementary School, vocational space/gym at South Albany High school.
Phase 1 of West Albany High School is scheduled to be completed in summer 2020.
See the draft project timeline for more information.
We will provide updates during the planning process on the bond information section of the website.
One of the benefits of being so close to the Tangent Fire Station is the privilege of walking to the station to participate in fire safety awareness education! Thank you to the Tangent firefighters for the many ways you support our school!
Greater Albany voters approved Measure 22-165 in the May 16 election with a passing rate of 54 percent.
“We want to thank our community for its support of our schools,” said Superintendent Jim Golden. “This measure will make a difference to kids and to our whole community.”
The bond will:
- Fix aging school buildings
- Make energy improvements
- Make school safety and security improvements
- Add/expand vocational and technical classrooms at all middle and high schools
- Relieve overcrowding and accommodate growth
The planning process will begin immediately. A project timeline and plan will be announced in the coming weeks and will include opportunities for community involvement.
Tomorrow is Election Day. Cast your vote before the polls close at 8 p.m. The District bond measure, Measure 22-165, and school board races will be decided.
Ballots are due by 8 p.m. Official ballot drop boxes are at Linn County Courthouse, North Albany Shopping Center and Albany Public Library.