Meetings & Reports

Bond Oversight Committee Meetings take place on every second Tuesday of the month at 6:00pm at the ABC Administration building at 909 S. 76th Street.  

 

Monthly reports are available to the public upon request. Please email Director of Communications Brandi Petersen at petersen.brandi@westside66.net.

 

NOVEMBER

The November Monthly Report can be viewed HERE

OCTOBER

The October 2017 Monthly Report can be viewed HERE

The October Meeting Minutes can be viewed HERE

The Bond Summary as of 10-31-17 can be viewed HERE

Payments by Vendor as of 10-31-17 can be viewed HERE

SEPTEMBER

The September 2017 Monthly Report can be viewed HERE

Click HERE for the September 2017 BOC Meeting Minutes

The Bond Summary as of 9-30-17 can be viewed HERE

The payments by vendor for FY18 can be viewed HERE

WCS Elementary School Education SPECS can be viewed HERE

WCS Education SPECS REVISION can be viewed HERE

AUGUST

The August 2017 Monthly Report can be viewed HERE

The August 8 BOC Meeting Minutes can be viewed HERE

Payments by Vendor (through 8-31-17) can be viewed HERE

Bond Summary as of 8-31-17 can be viewed HERE

JULY

The July 2017 BOC meeting minutes can be viewed HERE:  July 2017 Meeting Minutes

The Bond Summary Report as of 7-31-17 can be viewed HERE

JUNE

Facilities Master Plan Update:  Click HERE

The June 2017 BOC meeting minutes can be viewed HERE:  June 2017 Meeting Minutes

MAY

The May 2017 BOC meeting minutes can be viewed HERE:  May 2017 Meeting Minutes

APRIL

The April 2017 Monthly Report can be viewed HERE:  April 2017 Monthly Report

MARCH

The Facilities Master Plan, updated as of February 2017, can be viewed HERE: Spring 2017 Updated Facilities Master Plan

The March 2017 Monthly Report can be viewed HERE: March 2017 Monthly Report

The March 2017 BOC meeting minutes can be viewed HERE:  March 2017 Meeting Minutes

The Bond Summary Report as of 3-31-17 can be viewed HERE:  Bond Summary as of 3-31-17

The WCS 2015 Bonds – Payments by Vendor can be viewed HERE:  Payments by Vendor

DECEMBER

The December 2016 Monthly Report can be viewed HERE:  December 2016 Monthly Report

NOVEMBER

The November 2016 Monthly Report presented to the Board of Education is available  upon request by emailing petersen.brandi@westside66.net

Bond Oversight Committee meeting minutes from November 8, 2016, can be viewed HERE:  WCS BOC Meeting Minutes-November 2016

OCTOBER

The October 2016 Monthly Report presented to the Board of Education is available upon request by emailing petersen.brandi@weststside66.net

Bond Oversight Committee meeting agenda from October 11, 2016, can be viewed HERE: Westside School District Bond Oversite Committee Meeting Agenda 2016.10.11

SEPTEMBER

The September 2016 Monthly Report presented to the Board of Education is available upon request by emailing petersen.brandi@weststside66.net

Bond Oversight Committee meeting minutes from September 13, 2016, can be viewed HERE: WCS BOC Meeting Minutes – Sept 13, 2016

AUGUST

The August 2016 Monthly Report presented to the Board of Education can be viewed HERE: Westside Board of Education Monthly Report August 2016 – Final

Bond Oversight Committee meeting minutes from August 9, 2016, can be viewed HERE: Westside School District Bond Oversight Committee Meeting Minutes – Aug 9, 2016

JULY

Bond Oversight Committee meeting minutes from July 12, 2016, can be viewed HERE: WCS BOC Meeting Minutes – JULY 12, 2016

Oakdale Elementary Moves into Swing School

Oakdale Elementary teachers this week began setting up their classrooms in their new spaces on the remodeled upper floor of Westside’s West Campus. You won’t see many teachers in these photos, however. They were busy meeting to prepare for students’ return Aug. 10. The lower level also was updated to house the Westside High School West Campus and the Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) program. In total, approximately 160,000 square feet was renovated. Details include:

  •   Security entrance vestibules on both levels.
  •   New playground areas, reusing Oakdale equipment
  •   ADA upgrades
  •  Identified area of refuge
  •  Electrical and security system improvements
  •  Building envelope and site repairs
  •  New fire sprinklers

 

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Construction Briefings Set at Six Elementary Schools.

Project Advocates, the District’s representative, will outline construction plans at upcoming Community Club meetings at all six elementary schools slated for high-priority safety and security upgrades next summer. The meeting schedule:

Rockbrook(Rescheduled) — Thursday, Feb. 25, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Westbrook — Thursday, Feb. 4, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Westgate — Tuesday, Feb. 16, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Hillside — Thursday, Feb. 18, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Loveland — Monday, Feb. 22, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Paddock Road — Tuesday, March 1, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Bond Report for December Now Available

Renovation work will soon begin on the lower level of the Westside Community Conference Center to house the Westside High School Career Center and the Westside Career Education (CAPS) program. Meantime, design work continues on the new Oakdale Elementary, renovations and additions at Westside Middle School and high-priority safety and security projects at six elementary schools. Energy audits, traffic studies and security assessments at schools also are in various stages of completion. Click here to read Project Advocates’ December report. Click here for the minutes of the BOC’s December meeting.

Oakdale Alumnus Ken Koch Talks Old School

Before there was a District 66, a young student named Ken Koch walked down the hill each day from his grandparents’ home near 94th and Center Streets to a two-room school called Oakdale at 90th and Center Streets.

He walked, that is, unless a farmer stopped to pick him up. The area was still largely rural, its rolling hills dotted with farms and dairies. Some of his fellow students rode horses to the school, situated north of Center Street and east of Papillion Creek. Koch, now 98, recalls crossing a bridge to get to the school.

“It was a strictly country school,” he said.

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