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Central Valley CSD Smart Schools plans

The Central Valley School District Board of Education has adopted the first phase of it Smart Schools Investment Plans.

The first for Jarvis Middle School was adopted at the regular board of education meeting meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2018.

A PDF of SSIP Phase 1 is available online or printed copies are available from the district office.

The proposal will spend $1 million for technology upgrades to Jarvis Middle School. All work is funded entirely through New York’s Smart Schools Bond Act—at no additional cost to the local taxpayer.

Technology consultant Archi-Technology worked with the district’s Technology Committee to develop the plan. The group began by looking at the district’s strategic goals. They, then, looked at existing technology and school safety to identify areas needing updating.

This first phase calls for the district to make the following changes in coordination with Jarvis Middle School’s renovation:

  • Upgrade the school’s technology infrastructure, such as improvements to the technology rooms, new computer cabling,
  • Install safety equipment, including video surveillance equipment and improved access control and detection systems, and
  • Install new PA and clock systems.

Update: BOE to adopt SSIP Phase 2 & 3

At its regular meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 20, the Central Valley School District Board of Education will adopt phases 2 and 3 of the district’s Smart Schools Investment Plan.

The three phases total $1,572,135 of the total $2.95 million available under New York’s Smart Schools Bond Act. The balance will be used to make other district improvements in the future.

For questions concerning the plan, please contact James Humphrey, District Business Administrator at jhumphrey@cvalleycsd.org or 315-894-9934.