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    Apply for the BEX and BTA Oversight Committee
    Posted on 10/03/2018
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    Apply for the BEX and BTA Oversight Committee

    Seattle Public Schools Capital Projects and Planning Department is seeking qualified individuals to apply for openings on the Building Excellence (BEX) and Buildings, Technology and Academics (BTA) Capital Programs Oversight Committee.


    The ongoing BEX/BTA Capital Program Oversight Committee is seeking four new members, two new members will serve two-year terms and two new members will serve four-year terms.

    This committee meets monthly on Friday mornings at the John Stanford Center.

    Applications are due by Wed., Oct. 24, 2018.


    The BEX/BTA Capital Program Oversight Committee oversees the planning and implementation of the capital levies and makes recommendations concerning, progress of the BEX and BTA capital programs.

    The committee will also oversee the planning, prioritization and implementation of current and future BEX and BTA programs and make recommendations as to the identity, scope and priority of projects to be included in future BEX and BTA capital levies. Read the BEX and BTA Committee charge.


    Members shall not have any direct or indirect financial interest (except a “remote interest” as defined by RCW 42.23.040), in any contract, purchase of materials, or activity financed from school district funds.

    Members shall not participate in any action involving a matter in which the individual has a remote interest as defined by state law, nor shall any member seek to influence any other member of the committee or district staff with respect to any such matter.

    All direct and indirect financial interests, including remote interests, shall be disclosed in writing to the district promptly upon the member’s discovery of the interest.

    Read the committee membership invitation for information about the selection process, terms and link to apply online.

    Thank you for your consideration and support of Seattle Public Schools.

    Flip Herndon, Associate Superintendent of Facilities and Operations
    Eden Mack, School Board Director, District IV