• The Board of Education unanimously approved the resolution to bring the proposed 2020 Vision Capital Project to the community for a vote. In his presentation to the Board, Superintendent of Schools Christopher Dailey highlighted that the project addresses identified needs in all District schools/facilities, and that the $26,768,813 cost will not impact taxes but rather will be covered by using $7.5 million from the District’s capital reserve fund and by utilizing State aid for the balance.

     
    See the presentation for complete information.