Board Approves Preliminary Smart Schools Investment Plan


In 2014, New York State voters approved the Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014, giving the state permission to issue a one-time $2 billion bond to finance educational technology capital projects to improve learning and opportunities for all students. Capital projects may include classroom technology, high-tech security, school internet connectivity, and classroom trailer replacement.
 
In order to be considered for funds, all schools are required to submit a Smart Schools Investment Plan to the state to outline how the Smart Schools funding will be used to provide educational tools and opportunities that students need to succeed.
 
The state has allocated roughly $3.6 million to the Baldwinsville Central School District, contingent on state approval of the District’s Smart Schools Investment Plan.
 
On December 5, 2016, the Baldwinsville Central School District Board of Education approved the District’s preliminary Smart Schools Investment Plan.

For more information on the plan, contact:

RJ DeLisle
Director of Technology
315-638-6103
rdelisle@bville.org

You can read the smart schools investment plan here.
Last updated on 2/10/2017