Voters approve district capital project

Residents of the Schuylerville Central School District approved a $24.7 million capital project by a vote of 348 to 277 on Tuesday, Dec. 6. The project will include renovations and updates at all three schools, as well as the administration building and bus garage.

The project is set to fix structural issues, increase school safety and security, and modernize facilities to help educators better prepare students for their futures – including 21st-century careers.

“We are grateful to the community for its continued support of the school district,” said Superintendent Dr. Ryan Sherman. “This project will give us the tools and space to help us better prepare our students for the modern economy.”

Work on the project is expected to begin as early as 2018 and is projected to be complete by 2020. Click here to learn more about the project.