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Smart Schools projects available for public comment, public hearing Oct. 30

At its Oct. 16 regular meeting, the Central Valley School District Board of Education will consider the second and third phases of the district’s Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP). The second phase will ensure Jarvis students will all have computing devices and Jarvis classrooms will have interactive displays when the building reopens in September 2020. The third phase will upgrade the district servers.

The schedule for review/approval/submission for funding is as follows:

  • Wednesday, Oct. 16—SSIP3 Executive Summary Draft – Approved By Board and Preliminary SSIP3 Executive Summary posted to district website for 30-day review
  • Wednesday, Oct. 30—SSIP3 Plan Public Review meeting, 6-7 p.m. in LGI
  • Wednesday, Nov. 20—Final SSIP3 Executive Summary – Approved By Board
  • Thursday, Nov. 21—SSIP3 Submission via NYSED portal

This work is part of the Smart Schools Bond Act, approved by New York State voters in 2014, to finance improved educational technology and infrastructure to improve learning and opportunity for students throughout the State. The New York State Education Department awarded Central Valley with $2.9 million in funding for technology projects. To receive the funding, the district must submit a board of education-approved approved plan to NYSED.

Advisers submitted the following PDF documents for board of education review and public comment. Please send any comments to District Clerk Martha Griffith at mgriffith@cvalleycsd.org or by mail at 111 Frederick St., Ilion, NY 13357.

(These PDFs are not accessible. Sight impaired visitors are asked to contact District Clerk Martha Griffith at 315-894-9934 for assistance.)