Capital Improvement Bond

Capital Improvement Bond

Residents within the Comsewogue School District approved both the district’s bond and 2018/19 budget. Voters approved the bond: 768 YES to 315 NO votes and the budget 829 YES to 263 NO.

"We are grateful to our community for their continued support of our schools and our students,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Rella. “Their approval of the bond and 2018/19 budget will enable us to enhance and enrich health and safety, infrastructure and the three A’s – academics, arts and athletics."

The $32 million bond will provide all six schools in the district, as well as the administration office, with considerable building improvements, including: replacing outdated casework, bathroom renovations, repairs to building masonry, sidewalks and curbing, and upgrades to HVAC and electrical systems. In addition, certain instructional spaces such as Art and Family & Consumer Science classrooms are outdated and can no longer accommodate an evolving 21st-century curriculum.

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View the Bond Proposal that the community passed on May 15th, 2018