The Northshore School District met on Monday, October 8 for the first time this month.
Dr. Michelle Reid gave her superintendent report, noting that she has had several great visits to a number of schools in the district. Some schools in the district were getting geared up early for graduation. Many of the high school seniors were eager to learn some details concerning their graduations. Dr. Reid specified that each high school will have its own specified solid color gown separate from the others.
Next, representatives from the City of Bothell Police Department then provided a presentation on the Public Safety Proposition 1, a levy vote which will be voted on this November. As of October 10, 2018, there are 162 public safety professionals that are dedicated to serving the public through either their work with the police, the municipal court, or the emergency medical and fire teams. City of Bothell police explained the two public safety measures up for vote and what they mean regarding service levels and staffing, with the particulars on how it affects the Northshore School District.