Brunswick (Brittonkill) Central School District residents have approved a $9.98 million Capital Building Project by a vote of 328 (62%) to 200 (38%).
“We are grateful for the community’s support in today’s vote,” said Superintendent Dr. Angelina Maloney. “This project is an investment in academics and our future that also addresses many infrastructure items.”
The capital project includes 35 building and maintenance concerns including: renovating and expanding the MS Cafeteria space to include a HS cafeteria which would be separated by a wall, creating a multipurpose learning area in the current HS cafeteria, modernizing HS science, art and music rooms, creating a makerspace area adjacent to the HS lobby, renovating and updating the student meal preparation and serving areas in both schools, replacing the ES cafeteria window wall and grade 3-5 playground equipment, replacing windows, and updating critical systems such as heating and ventilation, roofs, communication systems, lighting and safety items.
Work on the Brunswick (Brittonkill) CSD capital improvements is expected to begin as early as summer of 2018 and be completed by the fall of 2020.
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