Frequently Asked Questions

Visit our FAQ to see some of the answer to commonly asked questions regarding the bond:

Please direct inquiries regarding project schedules, RFPs, and other information to:

Casey Cunningham
Project Manager, Cornerstone Management Group, Inc.
Phone: (503) 949-5223

Learn more about the Bond Visioning Process

Sherwood School District's Board of Directors engaged in discussions regarding a potential bond measure for the November 2016 ballot throughout the last school year and into the summer months of 2016.  After careful consideration of feedback from input- gathering sessions with staff and the community, the Board took action on the decision of a bond at their regular Board meeting on June 8, 2016, approving unanimously that a bond be placed on the ballot this fall.  We have shared with you the progress of the bond conversation within several months of newsletters and Sherwood Gazette articles, as well as on this web site.  

To view the Bond Visioning Process and background information 
related to the development of the bond measure, click here.)

Printable Resources

 View the
Informational Flier 

Informational Flier

Download and view renderings of a possible design for a new high school here.

View the Ballot Measure
34-254 Explanatory Statement here.
View information regarding the
Bond Fund-Matching (OSCIM) grant here.

View the Bond Measure FAQ here.

Ballot Measure #34-254

November 8, 2016 Election: 

According to the Oregon Secretary of State’s Election Results Page, Ballot Measure 34-254 was approved with 54% of voters in favor.

Cost Information

The estimated tax rate on bonds previously approved by voters is $3.70 per $1,000 of assessed value.  If approved, the tax rate is estimated to be $4.20 per $1,000.  The estimated $0.50 rate increase per $1,000 of assessed value would approximate $125 per year on a home assessed at $250,000.  This equals approximately $10.42 per month.


Visit the links below to view data, reports, surveys, and
other reference materials shared during the bond visioning process.

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