South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) is planning for the future to address community growth and student needs through a 10-year facility package.
Over the next 10 years, more than 3,500 potential new K-12 students are expected to move into the district. If we do nothing, current projections show that 15 schools will be over capacity and we will have a deficit of nearly 2,500 K-12 seats for students by 2031.
To help, SoWashCo Schools will ask voters to consider approval of a $462.6 million bond on Aug. 9, 2022. A bond is the only method to raise enough funds for construction, renovations and additions to meet the needs of our growing community.
Learn more about the importance of the bond election and what will need to happen if the bond is not successful.
On Thursday, April 21, the school board approved the South Washington County Schools 10-year facility plan.
Missed an information session or school board presentation? View the full webinar to learn more about the South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) 10-year facility package.
10-Year Facility Package
Source: New homes based on 5,000 single family homes and 3,000 multifamily homes currently being built or planned within 10 years in the SoWashCo Schools boundary. Student estimates based on Davis Demographics formula for student generation rates implemented on current housing developments and demographics over the last 10 years.
- Armstrong Elementary
- Bailey Elementary
- Cottage Grove Elementary
- Crestview Elementary
- Grey Cloud Elementary
- Hillside Elementary
- Liberty Ridge Elementary
- Middleton Elementary
- Newport Elementary
- Nuevas Fronteras Spanish Immersion
- Pine Hill Elementary
- Pullman Elementary
- Red Rock Elementary
- Royal Oaks Elementary
- Valley Crossing Elementary
- Woodbury Elementary
*Estimates based on Davis Demographics formula for student generation rates implemented on current housing developments and demographics over the last 10 years.