Ridgefield School District seeks applicants to write statements for voters pamphlet


Ridgefield School District is seeking applications from citizens interested in being appointed to committees to write pro/con statements for the Clark County Voters’ Pamphlet.

The Ridgefield School District will have one bond measure with two propositions on the ballot to be considered in the April 23 special election. If passed, the school district would build new school facilities.

The Proposition One bond will support the construction of a new 75,000-square-foot elementary school, a new 23,000-square-foot expansion at Ridgefield High School, a new metals shop and repairs to existing facilities.

Proposition Two’s bond will support the construction of a new intermediate/middle school, further facility additions to Ridgefield High School, resurfacing the Ridgefield High School track and field, playground expansions and accessibility updates at South Ridge Elementary and Union Ridge Elementary schools, and revisions to the Ridgefield High School band room.

Interested residents should send their name, address, phone number, email address and whether they are in favor or opposed to the measure to communications@ridgefieldsd.org by noon on Thursday, Feb. 8. Information can also be mailed to Ridgefield School District, c/o Communications Department, 510 Pioneer St., Ridgefield, WA 98642.

The district’s Board of Directors will take action on the appointments at its Feb. 12 regular board meeting.

For more information about the bonds, visit ridgefieldsd.org/page/bond.