This project will build a new elementary in West Richland. It will temporarily house students and staff from Tapteal Elementary in 2019-20.
New and rebuilt schools and facilities, as well as some building renovations and improvements, are paid for through ballot measures supported by the community. Below are completed bond projects.
In February 2017, our community approved a $99 million bond issue to build new schools, replace existing schools and make other facility improvements across our district. The bond also allowed the district to apply for about $42 million in state assistance dollars to augment the community's contributions.
This project will build a new administrative building for most district-level staff on land adjacent to Leona Libby Middle School in West Richland.
This project is a renovation of the 1982 wing of the old Jefferson Elementary into a space serving the district's Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) and developmental preschool. The renovations will take place over several years.
This project will build a new Tapteal Elementary on the same location of the school's former building in West Richland.
This project aims to update and enhance athletic fields at Hanford High School for physical education classes, marching band practices and athletic team practices and games.
This project aims to update and enhance the auditorium at Richland High School to provide a better venue for students, community groups and other performers.
This project aims to update and enhance the field and the home side bleachers of Fran Rish Stadium at Richland High School to provide a better experience for spectators and student-athletes.
This project will build a new Badger Mountain Elementary on the same location of the school's former building in south Richland.
In February 2013, voters approved a $98 million bond to rebuild several schools, construct two new schools and complete several other capital projects around the district.
This project built a new Jefferson Elementary next to the former school in central Richland.
This project built the district's fourth middle school on a 30-acre site in West Richland.
This project build a new Marcus Whitman Elementary on the same location as the old school in central Richland.
This project built a new Sacajawea Elementary on the same parcel as the old school in north Richland.
This project built a new elementary school on a 12-acre site in south Richland.
This project built a new Lewis & Clark Elementary School to replace the old building in central Richland.
This project built a new modular building for Three Rivers HomeLink, the district program supporting homeschool students.
This projects updated the visitor side of Fran Rish Stadium. All visitor side bleachers, restrooms, and other structures were replaced and safety improvements made.
This project improved climate control inside Chief Joseph Middle School.
In April 2003, Richland School District voters approved a bond issue to improve Richland High School, Hanford High School and Jason Lee Elementary School; build a new middle school and a new elementary school.
Construction Bonds Tax Rate
|$2.10 (passage of February 2017 bond)|
|2014||$1.56 (passage of February 2013 bond)|