On Tuesday, Feb. 9, District residents approved a capital project bond referendum. Voters approved the $14,965,000 bond 247 YES to 57 NO.

The approved bond will support repairs and renovations to all schools that will benefit every student and community resident who uses the District’s facilities. The approved scope of work will focus on three major areas – safety and security, infrastructure repairs and improvements, and education and instruction. The approved bond will enable the District to take advantage of 62.2 percent in New York State Building Aid greatly reducing the cost to taxpayers.
The Board of Education and Administration thank all community residents who participated in the bond vote.