(SF&O) is responsible for administering the state's K-12 capital grant programs. The primary grant program is the School Construction Assistance Program (SCAP) which is the state's largest capital grant program. SF&O also manages other grant programs, depending upon state funding, such as small repair and improvements, K-3 class size reduction, STEM, energy efficiency, pre-disaster mitigation, and healthy schools. SF&O provides support and guidance for local school districts and assists with state policy development, in the areas of facility management and capital projects. School district organization involves district boundary changes and transfer of district territory, and may also include annexations and consolidations.
The School Construction Assistance Program (SCAP) provides funding assistance for facility planning, new construction, and modernizations.
The Facilities Resource Assistance Center offers direct access to relevant links for the various phases of a capital project.
Emergency Repair Pool | Energy Grants |
Healthy Kids–Healthy Schools Grants |
K–3 Class Size Reduction Grants |
Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZAB) |
STEM Grants |
State Trust Lands
Asset Preservation Program (APP) |
High Performance Schools and WSSP |
Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) |
School District Organization |
Retainage and Release |
Certification and Reimbursement |
The Information and Condition of Schools (ICOS) is a web-based system where information
and condition details about facilities and sites operated by school districts are
documented and stored.
To be qualified to perform certified building condition assessments for study and surveys and
asset preservation program buildings, consultants must attend OSPI’s
Condition Assessment training.
Citizens Advisory Panel (CAP) |
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
Capital Budget |
Regulations | Rulemaking |