Following the abrupt closure of the fitness center at the Shoreham-Wading River High School at the end of June due to safety concerns, the school board is exploring its next steps.
Making the current location comply with safety standards and protocol would require a renovation costing approximately $200,000, Glen Arcuri, assistant superintendent for finance and operations, said at Tuesday night’s board meeting. READ
When Shoreham resident Robert Badalian surveyed the crowd at Tuesday evening’s Shoreham-Wading River Board of Education meeting to see who had concerns about the abrupt closing of the fitness center, nearly every hand shot up. READ
Glen Arcuri, assistant superintendent for finance and operations, said last Tuesday that the Shoreham-Wading River School District can finalize the 2018-19 budget at its meeting tonight now that New York State has adopted its education budget. READ
Shoreham-Wading River school district will be reducing the tax levy for next year’s budget, according to preliminary information given at Tuesday night’s Board of Education meeting. READ
The dilapidated track at Prodell Middle School in Shoreham recently deemed by the district’s insurance company as “not safe” is scheduled to be replaced before the 2017-18 school year.
The community’s voice was heard loud and clear: the Shoreham-Wading River School District’s upcoming budget will no longer include money for the annual senior trip to Disney World. READ
The Shoreham-Wading River school district won’t be piercing its tax levy limit for next year’s budget, according to preliminary information provided at Tuesday night’s meeting. READ
Upgrading the condemned tennis courts are included in the capital improvement proposal residents will vote on Dec. 9. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister, file)
Shoreham-Wading River School District residents will go to the polls Dec. 9 to vote on two capital improvement referendums — one to issue a $33.6 million bond, the other to offset construction costs with $15 million in reserves.