Brewster School District considering capital project

BREWSTER, NY — After a two-year analysis of the district’s facilities and its needs, the Brewster School District will receive proposals for a capital improvement project.

The district school board will hear from Fuller & D’Angelo Architects & Planners and Triton Construction at its meeting on Tuesday.

The capital project will address high priority infrastructure and safety/security needs for students and district staff.

“The proposal supports the Brewster Vision 2026 strategic planning goal of a vibrant learning environment that is safe and enables optimal learning conditions and opportunities to develop individual strengths that lead to post-secondary success,” said Superintendent Dr. Laurie Bandlow.

Board chair Kerry Cunningham said the district’s goal is to ensure that a meaningful and appropriate learning experience is provided to every student at every level.

“With the support of the community, our current financial situation allows us to consider how best to improve and expand our facilities to match our ongoing commitment to maintaining appropriate class sizes and providing a variety of spaces. improved,” she said.

District officials said all members of the community should learn more about the projects under consideration as the council begins to prioritize the final scope of the capital improvement project requirement to present to voters for a referendum on March 21.

The first of several presentations and forums begins at the Tuesday school board meeting, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the district offices, located at 30 Farm To Market Road. Alternatively, upcoming presentations can be viewed live on the district’s website.

The board plans to adopt a final proposal at its January 24 meeting.

The district will share more details and answer any questions across a variety of settings in the coming weeks. For more information and updates, please continue to visit the Facilities Planning Task Force website.

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