• A proposed $18.5 million Capital Project was approved by the community on May 15, 2018. The project calls for district-wide safety and security improvements, renovations to classroom spaces, infrastructure upgrades and improvements to shared community facilities.

    “It has been quite some time since we have made such an investment in our facilities,” said Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter. “Now is the time to take advantage of low interest rates, retiring debt and high New York State reimbursement rates.”  The $18.5 million project will not increase the tax levy, as the district prepares to retire significant debt over the next 10 years. Additionally, the state will reimburse the district for 31% of the entire project.

    Please click on the video below for an overview of the Capital Project.