Levy vote indicates "yes" on funds for Magnolia Elementary reopening


pic via Seattle Schools circa 1960

It's looking increasingly likely that a scheduled 2018 reopening of Magnolia Elementary School will come to fruition.

Joe Veyera of the Queen Anne & Magnolia News is tracking the results:

"..Most notably, the capital levy includes approximately $90 million to address capacity needs, with the reopening of three elementary schools and the expansion of Ingraham High School in North Seattle. About $20 million of that will go to renovate the Magnolia School building (2418 28th Ave. W.), which has sat vacant for more than a decade. In a media tour of the building earlier this month, it was revealed that the Magnolia School would reopen in 2018 and host approximately 500 students from kindergarten to fifth grade..."

Read the full article at QA/Mag News: Voters Say Yes to $1.2B Levy

#SeattleSchools

Featured Posts 
Recent Posts 
Follow on Twitter
    • Twitter Long Shadow
    Search By Tags
    No tags yet.
      About Mark  

    Mark Erickson. Raised in Magnolia, lived on Queen Anne where I co-owed a restaurant, and returned to Magnolia to build my own home on the block I grew up on. Blogging about Magnolia news, happenings, food & fun.  Joined US Dept. of Justice to recover $35M for Medicare and the State of Washington. Now Broker/Realtor® at Keller Williams - Downtown Seattle. Read my unique Bio at my website:

    ViaSeattle.com

    © 2016 VIA MAGNOLIA - All rights reserved

    • Twitter Clean Grey