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Bond 2018

Building Progress
The new Linwood Elementary school building opened with a ribbon cutting and Sneak Peek night for students on August 11, 2022. McCownGordon Construction and HTK Architects were present and provided hot dogs, chips and drinks for families!
LES ribbon cutting picture
Gray Hawk Elementary opened on August 10, 2021 with a Basehor Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting and Sneak Peek night for students to drop off their school supplies and meet their teachers. HTK Architects and McCownGordon Construction grilled hot dogs and provided meals for students and their parents!
Gray Hawk Ribbon Cutting 2021
The groundbreaking for Gray Hawk Elementary School at 16000 Garden Parkway in Basehor took place on May 19, 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. The building is expected to be complete in time for the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year.
Our ELC Ribbon Cutting and Open House took place August 5, 2020.
ELC ribbon cutting picture
The district broke ground on the Early Learning Center August 5, 2019 west of Basehor Community Library. The Center will be located at 15880 Garden Parkway in Basehor. Below are renderings and plans for the building expected to be completed in the summer of 2020.

Thank you to everyone who took time to get informed about the Basehor-Linwood School District’s Bond 2018! We are ecstatic that our patrons exercised their right to vote in the mail-in ballot election over the last few weeks, and are happy to announce that Bond 2018 Question 1 passed, 2,591 (YES) to 1,784 (NO). Question 2 for athletic facility upgrades did not pass, 2,187 (YES) to 2,190 (NO).

As Basehor-Linwood School District stakeholders, residents have the privilege of participating in local decisions through an election process, and we are pleased to see community members participating in that right and privilege, with over 48% of ballots turned in! This is greater participation than most general elections!

We honor the voice of our community, and these election results illustrate that academics are first priority. Through strategic planning, the Board will begin addressing athletic facility upgrades throughout the next five years.

We want to thank our USD 458 School Board members for their vision of providing our children with quality educational facilities, and look forward to beginning the planning and construction process.

The BLMS busing road and additional parking lot were completed before school began in August 2019.