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Reminder: Capital Project Vote Tomorrow, Dec. 10!


capital project vote being held december 10

LaFayette Central School District residents will be voting on a proposed $8.6 million capital project on Thursday, Dec. 10 from 1 - 9 p.m. at the junior/senior high school. Residents may also vote via absentee ballot in lieu of an in-person vote. The project will have no additional tax impact for residents.

“Many in the district community may be asking ‘Why now?’ - Our District began the capital project planning process in February 2020,” explains Superintendent Jeremy Belfield. “Despite all that we have withstood since March with COVID-19, we must move forward with the education of tomorrow for our students, while preserving the community’s previous investments in our facilities. This project furthers our commitment to our district’s core beliefs of safe and secure learning environments, supportive and rigorous learning environment, an institution of learning for all, and embracing creativity and innovation.”

The capital project will address a wide variety of infrastructure needs with high priority needs pinpointed to maintain safe and secure learning environments and a community resource for students and families. Keeping student/staff health and safety in mind, and with an eye toward innovation, the scope of the project has three primary goals: 
  • Improving air quality to create healthier learning environments
  • Upgrade facility infrastructure to ensure safety, health and security
  • Educational program enhancements (including STEM programming spaces and renovating the Grimshaw Library Media Center)
To finance the tax-neutral project, the District will utilize New York State Building Aid, retiring debt from previous projects, and capital reserves to offset the local share of a capital project.

For additional information and full scope of the project, voters may visit the district’s capital project information webpage. For any questions regarding the capital project, please contact the school at (315) 677-9728.
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