Willapa Valley School to receive capital construction funds
Willapa Valley School will receive $677,416 as Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn announced that more than $213 million in capital construction money being released to school districts throughout the state.
This money, coupled with nearly $317 million in local school district funds generally available by capital bonds approved by voters in communities, will bring more than $530 million into the state’s economy through school construction.
“The state money is a critical piece to the funding that local districts rely on in order to fulfill obligations that are made to school district voters for school construction,” Dorn said. “This money will help make vast improvements for kids by building new school buildings and school building modernizations, while also helping create jobs across the state.”
A total of 16 districts are ready to begin or continue work on 22 new school buildings and school modernization projects.