Dec. 8, 2016 – A bond referendum, totaling $23.1
million, has been approved by residents of the Stillwater Central School
District by a vote of 278 (72%) to 110 (28%).
The approved project includes a variety of improvements to district facilities, including structural renovations, paving and drainage work, asbestos abatement, and security upgrades.
“The Board of Education and administration are extremely grateful to the Stillwater community for coming out to vote and support the school district and its students,” said Superintendent Patricia Morris. “This project will help improve the safety of our students, while advancing and improving their educational opportunities.”
Project plans will now be submitted to the State Education Department for approval. District officials are aiming to begin construction in 2018, with an estimated completion in 2021.