The Cold Spring Harbor Board of Education will ask voters to approve a $34,450,000 bond in November, focusing on improving safety and security, expanding academic opportunities and preserving and improving facilities.
Of that total, $1,225,000 will be funded through the district’s capital reserve fun.
The vote is scheduled for Nov. 19.
Highlights of the proposal include: a new Science Learning Center at Cold
Spring Harbor Jr./Sr. High School, including a Marine Wet Lab featuring the Coral Reef
Project; a new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) Suite,
including a new robotics lab; new sound and lighting systems in the Performing Arts
Center; renovated music space at Goosehill Primary School; more secure classroom doors
in all schools; and the installation of full-building generators in all schools to avoid
disruption of instruction and potential school closings due to local power outages.
The vote will take place from 6 a.m.-10 p.m., at the Ralph Whitney Field House at Cold Spring Harbor Jr./Sr. High School. Information regarding the bond can be found on the district’s website: www.csh.k12.ny.us.Bond Community Presentation Final 9.10.19