BCSD Reimagined: Shaping Our Schools For The Future
On Thursday, December 14, 2023, residents of the Batavia City School District will have an opportunity to vote on the
BCSD Reimagined capital improvement project proposition.
The proposed project is designed to modernize our instructional spaces, optimize our building grade-level configuration,
and address high-priority facility needs throughout our District.
SAVE THE DATES:
PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETINGS
There will be two opportunities to attend a public information meeting before the vote.
At each meeting, there will be a detailed presentation with an opportunity to ask questions.
CAPITAL PROJECT REFERENDUM VOTE
Thursday, December 14
11:00am to 9:00pm
What is included in the project?
The project addresses various infrastructure improvements, asset preservation needs, and academic program enhancements across our District.
As we look towards shaping the future for Batavia City School District, this project will also prepare our school buildings for planned grade-level reconfigurations to maximize equity, opportunity, and educational outcomes for our entire student population.
To learn more, please refer to the project documents posted below, and join us at one of the upcoming Public Information Meetings.
How will this project affect my taxes?
It was a priority of the Board and our leadership team that this capital improvement project comes at no additional cost to our Batavia community.
Through diligent analysis of our student enrollment projections, academic enrichment opportunities, and asset preservation needs, along with dutiful financial planning and optimization of State Building Aid, we are able to propose the BCSD Reimagined project with:
Where can I learn more about the project?
All district residents are encouraged to attend one of the Public Information Meetings listed above.
Detailed information about the project, including project scope and funding details, will also be provided and regularly updated here on our website and made available in school lobbies, mailed to residents, and communicated through our email and social media channels.