The bond measure contains all the projects recommended in Phase 1 of the plan developed by the Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC), a 39-member, community-led committee. The committee is chaired by former Burien City Councilmember Rose Clark, SeaTac resident Danielle Houle, and Health Sciences and Human Services High School student (now graduate) Larissa Merlo-Huerte.
CFAC is composed of Highline residents, staff, and students. CFAC committee members met monthly from October 2015 through June 2016 to study the district’s facility needs and develop a long-range facilities plan and bond proposal.
Watch this video to hear what CFAC members have to say about their work.
To learn about CFAC, please visit highlineschools.org/CFAC.