Capital Improvement Project History

The capital improvement project is the result of years of development by the district Superintendent, Board of Education and Facilities Committee and is part of the district’s long range financial plan.

In 2015, a New York State Education Department-required building condition survey identified a series of items at each school, ranging from doors, windows and walls to masonry reconstruction, that the district is required to address as priorities in a capital project.

A list of proposed improvements can be found on the Capital Improvement Project Scope page

New York State has also imposed mandates on school districts requiring lead monitoring for water systems and carbon monoxide monitors. These items need to be addressed as priorities as well, and keep in line with the district’s focus on health and well-being of our students and staff.

The Board of Education unanimously approved the capital improvement project at a January 4th meeting. The project will now go to voter referendum on March 6.

A State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR) of the capital improvement project found it will have no adverse effects on the environment.