A view of two of Shoreham’s tennis courts last spring, which have become unplayable after years of neglect. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister, file)
It’s official: The Shoreham-Wading River bond proposition is going to the polls.
At its meeting Tuesday night, the district’s school board unanimously approved the vote on a $48 million bond proposal for Jan. 13, the earliest board members said it was possible. (more…)
The Shoreham-Wading River High School tennis courts have been closed and locked since March after they were declared unsafe. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister)
A scheduled Dec. 9 vote on a nearly $50 million districtwide capital improvement project is now on hold while the Shoreham-Wading River school board awaits legal advice on the wording of two ballot propositions. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River Superintendent Steven Cohen (Credit: Jennifer Gustavson, file)
Beginning next month, school will start 10 minutes later for Shoreham-Wading River elementary school students as administrators try to correct a series of complaints about the district’s new busing system. (more…)
The Shoreham-Wading River school board will begin discussions over a proposed $48.6 million district bond to make repairs and upgrades to district facilities.
As it stands, the bond would fund construction work, new classroom space and roof repairs among other additions at all four district schools. The proposal was presented to the board by the district’s bond committee at its last meeting Sept. 9.
“There’s still a lot of holes that need to be made whole,” board president William McGrath said at the time.
The board will discuss how much, if any, of the proposal to adopt for a referendum vote that would come this December.
Shoreham-Wading River school board agenda Sept. 23, 2014 by Timesreview
A view of two of Shoreham’s tennis courts last spring, which have become unplayable after years of neglect. New courts would be included in a bond that voters could decide on in December. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister, file)
Roof replacements. New classroom space and tennis courts. Ceiling repairs. Safer parking lots. Security upgrades.
A committee of Shoreham-Wading River teachers, administrators and parents presented a litany of fixes Tuesday night to address longstanding issues across the district’s four buildings. (more…)
Mothers Vanessa Logan (left) and Patricia Shea (second from left) spoke before the Shoreham-Wading River school board Tuesday night to vent their concerns over a school bus stop change.
Nearly a decade ago, a group of parents went before the Shoreham-Wading River school board to protest a change in their children’s bus stop.
On Tuesday night, those same mothers were back again, saying that the district’s new consolidation plan effectively made it unsafe for their children to walk to the bus. (more…)
It’s been a busy summer for workers in the Shoreham-Wading River school district, superintendent Steven Cohen said at Tuesday night’s school board meeting.
With the district implementing a new plan to reorganize the area’s schools by grade, several changes — and even some upgrades — have been made to district buildings. (more…)
The Shoreham-Wading River Board of Education’s bond committee has scheduled a public meeting for Wednesday night to discuss developing a capital improvement plan.
In April, the school board agreed to create a bond committee tasked with addressing the district’s crumbling infrastructure. The tennis courts have remained closed since the district’s insurance company deemed them hazardous and unsafe.
The meeting is from 7 to 9 p.m. in the high school library, according to the district’s website.