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On Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 residents voted to approve the capital project bond referendum by a vote of 155-129.

What was approved:

  • The proposed $13,853,500 spending plan
  • The district use of $1.5 million in fund balance toward the project
  • A capital project bond in the amount of $12,353,500


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Project overview

Schalmont Central School District residents have approved a capital project totaling $13,853,500. The project consists mainly of HVAC work, fixing pipes, plumbing, heating and duct work, deteriorating masonry, and cracks in the floors, walls, and tiles, insulating, and replacing windows with more efficient, energy-saving versions. The scope also includes replacing the roof on the Transportation 100 building and creating a more secure vestibule entrance at the high school. [Learn more about the project scope details]

Estimated tax impact: $32,000 or 0.1 percent increase on the tax levy

Visual overview

Below are the floor plans of the renovations to the high school. The first is the overall floor plan. The second is the secure entrance/central offices/Learning Commons, and the third is the proposed media center. Please click on each image to view a larger version.

Overview of all area work planLearning Commons floor plansmedia center floor plans






Board approves referendum for capital project bond

The Schalmont Board of Education unanimously agreed to move forward with a capital project estimated at just under $14 million dollars at the board meeting Sept. 26, which will be put up for a vote by residents on Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the new gym lobby. Read more

Board sets scope for capital project

The Schalmont Board of Education, at the Sept. 26 meeting, finalized the scope of a $13,853,500 capital project to be put up for a vote by residents on Wednesday, Dec. 14. view scope details

Capital project would create secure HS entrance, Learning Commons

Rennovations would lead to the creation of a secure vestibule entrance at the high school and create a "one-stop-shop" for most visitors. It would also create a new Learning Commons area for students and staff. read more

View architect’s renderings