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    Resolutions Adopted by the Board

    2017/18-1 Certifying that the Wing Luke Elementary Replacement Project will not Create or Aggravate Racial Imbalance

    2017/18-2 Alternative Public Works Contracting Procedures or General Contractor Construction Manager (GC/CM) Delivery method on the Daniel Bagley Elementary School Modernization and Addition Project 

    2017/18-3 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Partnerships

    2017/18-4 Certification of 2018 Operations Levy

    2017/18-5 Supporting Undocumented Students

    2017/18-6 Requesting Inclusion of School Uses in Fort Lawton EIS

    2017/18-7 Certifying the 5-year use as an instructional building and 30-year building life of Lincoln High School

    2017/18-9 Opposing Any Changes to City of Seattle Municipal Code SMC to Allow Charter Schools to Seek Departures from Building Development Standards

    2017/18-10 To Affirm the Vision for Equitable Access to Advanced Coursework in all High Schools and Develop the Detailed Plan for Implementation by 2021-22.  

    2017/18-12 Approving the Purchase of 18 Acre Parcel located at 13001 MLK Jr. Way S. 

    2017/18-13 Certifying that the Lincoln High School modernization project will not create or aggravate racial imbalance within the District boundaries.  

    2017/18-14 To declare that the lives of black students matter, as well as the lives of all of our students of color, and that we encourage participation district-wide in the Nation Black Lives Matter At School Week from Feb. 5-7, 2018.

    2017/18-15 Accepting the building commissioning report by Engineering Economics, Inc. for the Olympic Hills Elementary School Replacement project

    2017/18-16 Certifying the proposed replacement construction project at the existing Wing Luke Elementary School site will be completed according to the purposes for which state matching funds are being provided.

    2017/18-17 To declare support for sensible gun safety legislation, declare opposition to efforts to arm educators in our schools, and declare support of the March for Our Lives on March 24, 2018.