Project coordinator Joe Bonanno shows a new career and technical education addition under construction on the south side of North Salem High School (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Want to learn more about how Salem-Keizer school officials are spending hundreds of millions on construction projects?

A citizen committee tasked with overseeing the district’s construction bond will meet Tuesday night at North Salem High School.

Salem-Keizer is in the first of five years of planned school construction, paid for by a $620 million bond voters approved in the spring of 2018. 

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The committee is advisory and meets quarterly. Members don’t vote on construction plans or spending decisions, but hear updates on projects from district leaders.

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The meetings are when the most detailed project updates are shared with the public.

Anyone attending is asked to check in at the school office.

Meeting details: 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29 North Salem High School, 765 14th St. N.E., Room 243.

Committee members are Lisa Harnisch, Nancy MacMorris-Adix, Mark Shipman, Adriana Miranda, Aniceto Jay Taisacan Mundo, Chelsea Anderson , Chuck Woodard, Debbie Gregg, Michelle Vlach-Ing, Megan Jensen, Nigel Guisinger, Tom Hoffert, Marty Heyen, Jesse Lippold, Leanette Mabinton.

Reporter Rachel Alexander: [email protected] or 503-575-1241.