The Oswego City School District is a beacon of light within the community, and we would like to share how important it is to ensure that light never dims. To protect our facilities, we are proposing a capital project- with minimal out-of-pocket cost to our taxpayers- which ensures safety, savings and success for all. Our top priority is to offer a safe environment which enables our students, staff members and visitors to thrive inside classrooms and elsewhere on school grounds. Some learning spaces and outdoor surfaces need repair or replacement to protect the health and well-being of all who occupy our buildings at any given point of time. The life cycle of several windows, doors, boiler systems, roofs and select outdoor space are nearing the end of their usability. Several additional improvements include: classroom wall restructuring, required water system updates, carbon monoxide detector system replacement and asbestos abatement, among others. These improvements have been decades in the making. These are investments to ensure our students- your children- can maximize their potential, the district remains equitable and we continue to be inviting and welcoming to all. Please remember to vote on December 18. For more information please see the short clip below.
1 Buccaneer Boulevard
Oswego, New York 13126
Phone: 315-341-2000 www.oswego.org
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