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Drama Club Welcomes Broadway Performer Kristoffer Cusick

With coordination between English teacher, Meg Walsh and Drama Director, Rebecca Levy, the Grand Avenue Drama Club welcomed Kristoffer Cusick, a Broadway performer who has performed as Fiyero in Wicked, among many other roles. He shared stories about his experiences in school, on stage and offered insight and advice to the future actors and actresses. Students were thrilled to have a professional straight from the Great White Way who listened to them perform and gave them feedback to make their performances more stage-ready.

District Debuts Wellness Centers and After-School Hours Access

District Debuts Wellness Centers and After-School Hours Access photo

As the Central High School District continues to focus on meeting the needs of the whole student, the rebranded school counseling and wellness centers - formerly known as the guidance office - included redesigned suites with additional offices and meeting spaces within the three high schools.

Born from Superintendent John DeTommaso’s theme for this school year, “Where Wellness Matters,” the district “will be extending our commitment to every student’s academic, social and emotional well-being by offering extended hours at our school counseling and wellness centers.”

Students and/or parents can meet with a school psychologist, school counselor or social worker regarding concerns such as academic, social and/or emotional needs or post-high school planning, as well as participate in professional development sessions for parents.

“We will continue to practice self-care and maintain a positive outlook to ensure positive outcomes for our students,” said Mepham High School Principal Eric Gomez.

“There is nothing more important to me than students that are feeling happy to be in school and fully enjoying their high school experience,” added Kennedy Principal Gerard Owenburg, who has encouraged staff to make more personal connections with students this school year.

Seven additional pupil personnel team staff members were hired as well.

“We are doing what we can to have more contact with students, as well as lowering the student-to-counselor ratio,” said Deputy Superintendent Dr. Mara Bollettieri.

The counseling and wellness centers will be open on Wednesdays from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Every Wednesday, different staff members from the district’s pupil personnel team including counselors, social workers and psychologists will be staying after school to help assist students and families with additional academic, social and emotional needs. Each building also has an onsite supervisor/assistant principal overseeing the department.  

“This is a great opportunity to meet with counselors, social workers and psychologists on a rotating basis and for our students to receive the social and emotional supports for success,” said Calhoun Principal Nicole Hollings.

Future plans include contracting with South Oaks Hospital to provide a visiting psychiatrist and psychiatric social worker several hours each week within the district to complete referrals for students. 

“For our kids who may have experienced a psychiatric crisis, a lot of parents want to follow up,” said Eric Arlin, director of special education and pupil personnel services. “However they often must navigate healthcare provider and insurance obstacles. This referral service will assist parents with insurance coverage information, as well as connect families to outside help through our school counseling and wellness centers.”

This also provides the department with the opportunity to broaden their scope of mental health services for students, including creating peer mentor programs, social skills groups and more.

"This will make a huge difference in the school atmosphere and environment,” added Arlin. “It’s all about making connections adult-to-student, as well as student-to-student. Research shows this is what creates the best outcomes for kids.”

Although students may drop in, an appointment is recommended. The district plans on rolling out this program at the middle school level in early 2019.

The Cougar Nation Roars at Homecoming

The Cougar Nation Roars at Homecoming photo

The Cougar Nation at Kennedy High had quite the cause for celebration at their Oct. 13 homecoming game, as their football squad shut out opponents, Sewanhaka High School, 32-0.

The Friday night lights game followed an afternoon festival that included various club booths, face painting, inflatables, live music and more.

“I was so proud to see such a tremendous amount of school spirit and pride,” said Principal Gerard Owenburg. “Spirit week was a fun filled week for our students, who created some lifelong memories. 

The traditional bonfire was held on the baseball field just before the game. Kennedy cheerleaders invited youth from the Braves cheer squad on the sidelines for a performance. Both the cheerleaders and kickline entertained the audience during halftime.

Charlize Deluca and Dean Tsolkas were crowned homecoming queen and king, respectively. 

The band, led by Walter Avellandeda, pumped up the crowd throughout the evening. Once again a raffle was held each quarter, giving students the opportunity to sit on a couch for four along the sidelines — complete with seat-side service from the C.H.A.M.P. (Culinary and Hospitality Applied Management Program) chefs.

Student Reps Kick Off Year of Reporting School News

Student Reps Kick Off Year of Reporting School News photo
Student representatives from the four high schools that comprise the Central High School District addressed the board of education and administrators at the Oct. 3 meeting, updating the community on their respective building events.

Students boasted about school news and student achievements, while offering personal anecdotes and quips in each round up. They will continue to serve as a board liaison throughout the school year at future board meetings.

Reporting from the dais each month will be Matthew Alexander from the Meadowbrook Alternative Program, Gabriela Daza from Mepham High School, Jonathan Mashal from Kennedy High School and Juliana Turino from Calhoun High School.

“This is the portion of our monthly meetings that I always look forward to,” said John DeTommaso, superintendent of schools. “It’s great for us to hear their perspectives on student life.”

MAP Club Creates Notes of Kindness to #EraseHate

MAP Club Creates Notes of Kindness to #EraseHate photo
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MAP Club Creates Notes of Kindness to #EraseHate

Last week marked the 20th Anniversary of Matthew Shepard’s death and The Meadowbrook Alternative Program’s Gay Straight Alliance, under the auspices of #EraseHate, invited students and staff to view a video and then create messages of kindness to honor Shepard’s memory.  

The messages were written on hearts and are displayed next to Jennifer Weinstein-Ondras’s classroom door. 

The Matthew Shepard Foundation asked that the hearts be placed on a nearby fence and while the unfavorable weather conditions prevented this, MAP created their own “fence” using a paperclip chain.

“Many thanks to her and to the GSA for hosting this event,” said Principal Susan Ellinghaus. “I think Matthew would be proud to know our students care.”

Kennedy’s Leadership Students Have ‘Hearts of Gold’

Kennedy’s Leadership Students Have ‘Hearts of Gold’ photo
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Kennedy High School’s Leadership class and social studies teacher Kara McManus organized a schoolwide participation in the Whip Pediatric Cancer – Heart of Gold program. 

This program raises awareness and funds for pediatric cancer. 

“Last spring, student Carli Surkis first introduced the program to our Leadership Class and promoting it in September made sense since it is Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month,” explained McManus. “With great energy and enthusiasm Carli was able to motivate Leadership students to sell and decorate the Hearts of Gold currently on display in our school. All of the Leadership students did an amazing job with this fundraiser.”

Kennedy students and staff wore gold for Pediatric Cancer Awareness month and each individual that donated displayed a gold heart on the courtyard windows. They raised more than $800 for the program.

Calhoun’s Ben Shaposhnikov Named to NYSSMA All-National Symphony Orchestra

Calhoun’s Ben Shaposhnikov Named to NYSSMA All-National Symphony Orchestra photo
Ben Shaposhnikov, a student and trumpet player at Calhoun High School was named to the New York State School Music Association All-National Symphony Orchestra.

Trained in both classical and jazz genres, he has been part of the distinguished Juilliard Pre-College Program for the past three years and works tirelessly on his craft.

“Ben is one of the most intuitive and hard-working students,” said Ed Tumminelli, the Wind Ensemble director at Calhoun. He is outstanding not only in talent, but in his strength as a role model to musicians around him. His love of music is contagious and inspirational to his classmates.”

Shaposhnikov will perform with other talented students from around the country at the All-National Honors Ensembles Concert at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida in November. He will also have a featured role in the Calhoun winter concert on Dec. 19.

Bellmore-Merrick's Community Cupboard

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Mepham Dedicates Tree to the Late Alumnus Roy Weinman

Mepham Dedicates Tree to the Late Alumnus Roy Weinman photo
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The Mepham Community came together on Oct. 3 to dedicate a special spot on the campus to the late Bellmore business owner and former Pirate Roy Weinman.

A newly planted tree with accompanying plaque now sits in the school’s courtyard, compliments of the school’s Leo Club, Island Greenery and the Mepham Alumni Association.

“It’s moments like these that make me very proud to be a part of the Mepham community,” said Principal Eric Gomez. 
Mepham’s first Leo Club is recognized as an official Lion’s Club and is sponsored by the Bellmore chapter. Club adviser Josephine Parlagreco is a Lion herself.

“He was the reason for the start of our club,” explained Parlagreco. “He loved community and service.”

Weinman’s Hardware was a Bedford Avenue staple from the 1950s until 2014. A graduate of Mepham’s Class of 1941, Weinman and his wife, Myrna, raised four children in Bellmore – all of whom graduated Mepham as well. 

“Mr. Weinman was a true Pirate who cared a great deal about Mepham and our community,” added Gomez. “His passing last year affected many in the community, especially his family.”

Weinman passed away on July 11, 2017. He was also an active member of the Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores and the Bellmore Lions Club and started the latter organization’s flea market.

Broadcasting Program Highlighted by Trade eMag

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The district-wide Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting program was recently featured by School Video News, an online eMagazine for TV/video and film production. You can view the story here.

Mepham High School Wins News 12 School Spirit Showdown

Congratulations to Mepham High School for winning week 1 of the News 12 School Spirit Showdown competition. Mepham won this island-wide competition with more than 32,000 votes.
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Students Earn NYSSMA All-State Honors

Students Earn NYSSMA All-State Honors photo
At the Oct. 3 meeting, the Central High School District’s board of education honored four students who achieved All-State honors from the New York State School Music Association.

Maria Fazio and Adam Gokcan of Calhoun High School and Adriana Guarascio and Jeffery Langer of Mepham High School will participate in the All-State Music Festival on Nov. 29-Dec. 2 in Rochester amongst an ensemble comprised of top students from music departments across the state.

Fazio will be performing with the Treble Chorus, Gokcan with the Symphonic Band, Guarascio with the String Orchestra and Langer with the Wind Ensemble.

These Bellmore-Merrick musicians are under the direction of Brian Lotze, Ed Tumminelli, Sanford Sardo and Eric Vivelo.

Mepham Puts Pirate Pride on Display at Homecoming

Mepham Puts Pirate Pride on Display at Homecoming photo

To culminate spirit week at Mepham High School, the Pirate community hosted a festival, pep rally and homecoming game on Sept. 28.

Various clubs set up booths in the parking lot that included face painting, bubble creation and slime making. 
Teams were called onto the field during the pep rally to display their school spirit and the Bellmore-Merrick community came together as the football team took on Valley Stream Central in the evening. 

Parent volunteers worked yummy concession stands and the school’s band kept the crowd moving and grooving to today’s hits.

At halftime the cheerleading and kickline squads got the crowd on their feet. Anthony Novello and Samantha Bello were crowned homecoming king and queen, respectively. Novello dislocated his shoulder early in the game and was transported to a local hospital. He later returned to be crowned king, alongside his girlfriend, Bello.

The Pirates defeated Valley Stream Central, 28-13.

“It was a hard-fought game between two good teams,” said Coach and Athletic Director Anthony Cracco. “The effort by our players was outstanding.”


Grand Avenue’s Tyler Bissoondial named finalist in national science competition

Grand Avenue’s Tyler Bissoondial Named Semifinalist in National Science Competition photo
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Tyler Bissoondial, an eighth-grader at Grand Avenue Middle School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central School District, was recently chosen as one of the 30 finalists in the Broadcom MASTERS competition.

Bissoondial has won $500 plus an all expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C. Oct. 19-24. Additionally, Grand Avenue Middle School will be awarded $1,000 to be used towards STEM activities. 

He conducted his research project as seventh-grader under the guidance of science research teacher, Tami Cruz. 

“Tyler is a very hardworking and talented student who is always willing to help his peers," said Cruz.

His project is “MicroRNA-156 regulates gametophyte to sporophyte development and sensitivity to salinity in Ceratopteris richardii.”

In his research, Bissoondial investigated the mechanisms by which salt stress affects the fertility of plants. He demonstrated that changes in the level of specific molecules, called microRNAs, can affect development and fertility of plant, especially during salt stress. Understanding the mechanisms by which plant respond to salt stress can help develop strategies to improve fertilization and crop production. 

He was nominated to participate in the national Broadcom MASTERS competition after winning first place in the regional Long Island Science and Engineering Fair in March. 

This is the second consecutive year Bissoondial has received this nomination to participate in Broadcom MASTERS and his first time selected as a semifinalist.

“I couldn’t be prouder of Tyler’s work and Ms. Cruz’s mentorship through the process,” added Principal Carlo Conte.

Broadcom MASTERS is the nation's premier science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competition for middle school students. 

BMCHSD Drug Take-Back Day 10/27

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Mepham ASR Student Attend Research Day at Hofstra

Mepham ASR Student Attend Research Day at Hofstra photo
Advanced Science Research Students in eleventh and twelfth grades at Mepham High School were invited by the Hofstra University provost to attend their annual Faculty Research Day the last week in September. 

After a brief campus tour, students were given an opportunity to interview Hofstra professors about their research interests. 
The presentations included STEM fields along with other disciplines in the humanities. 

“More importantly, many of the professors expressed to our teachers how impressed they were with our students,” said Science Chair Patrick Mannion.

Accordingly, Mepham was invited back again next year. Also, Mepham was the only high school invited to this special event.

Science teachers Jeannette Spargifiore and Dr. David Kommor were instrumental in organizing this experience for students.

Mepham’s Anthony Novello Named Finalist for Football Award

Mepham’s Anthony Novella Named Finalist for Football Award photo
Mepham High School senior Anthony Novello was recently named a finalist for the 2018 USA Football Heart of a Giant award presented by Hospital for Special Surgery and the New York Giants.

“This award aims to recognize tri-state area high school football players who demonstrate a strong work ethic, commitment and character on and off the field,” said Principal Eric Gomez.

Novello is among six finalists who will receive a $1,500 equipment grant for his school. The grand prize winner will be announced on Nov. 5.

Calhoun Celebrates ColtFest and Homecoming Game

Calhoun Celebrates ColtFest and Homecoming Game photo

It was an afternoon and evening brimming with school spirit on Sept. 21 as the Calhoun High School community came together to celebrate their annual ColtFest and homecoming game.

Various music ensembles led by directors Eric Vivelo and Ed Tumminelli teamed up for an Ed Sheeran medley while student singers Emily Turner and Gianna Perazzo belted out the vocals.

All of the fall teams had the opportunity to perform at the afternoon pep rally. The Bellmore-Merrick Lady Sharks performed the hit toddler song “Baby Shark” and even had a teammate dressed up as a shark.

Corey Jones and Jamie DiBartolomeo were crowned homecoming king and queen, respectively, and Charlie the Colt horsed around on the field and in the stands to get the crowd on their feet.

The Colts took on Levittown’s MacArthur High School in a nail-biter of a match up.

“The game was an incredible battle and well-played on both sides of the line of scrimmage,” said Principal Nicole Hollings. “MacArthur pulled out the win 21-20. While it was heartbreaking, it will certainly fuel our fire to work harder and perhaps meet MacArthur again down the road in playoffs.”

Four Bellmore-Merrick Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

Four Bellmore-Merrick Students Named National Merit Semifinalists photo
Four students in the Central School District have been named National Merit Semifinalists in the 2019 competition.

John Berry and Kyle Ednie from Mepham and James Hayes and Sidra Naheed from Kennedy high schools were all included on the list.

“We are once again proud to highlight the accomplishments of our dedicated students,” said Superintendent John DeTommaso. 

The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships. The nationwide pool of semifinalists represents less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors and includes the highest scoring entrants in each state.  

Finalists will be notified in February.

Bellmore-Merrick Hosts Districtwide Day of Remembrance Events

Bellmore-Merrick Hosts Districtwide Day of Remembrance Events photo

Through their One Voice, One Message program, the Central High School District added a third day to their community service-driven efforts in honor of 9/11. The districtwide Day of Remembrance included reflection, donations and author visits.

“I hope that this date will always be a reminder of the strength and resilience of Americans in the days immediately following September 11, 2001 and the importance of volunteerism and giving service to your community,” wrote Calhoun High School Principal Nicole Hollings in an email to parents and guardians. “Even the smallest acts of service and the simplest acts of kindness are a way to honor those lost and reclaim the spirit of unity that followed September 11, 2001.

Through their English classes, students in all six buildings collected toiletry items to be donated to homeless veterans. 
“We thank our local first responders for their dedication to protecting our community,” said Kennedy Principal Gerard Owenburg. “We also remember the many Americans who have served and are currently serving in our nation’s military, many of whom enlisted as a response to the 9/11 attacks.”

On various days, students at Merrick Avenue and Grand Avenue middle schools participated in a gallery walk, reflecting on images of memorials from 9/11 to answer the question, “how do people respond to tragedy?”

All schools also observed a moment of silence on Sept. 12, as schools were closed in observance of Rosh Hashana on Sept. 11. In buildings, students then transitioned between periods in silence as well. 

“This allowed everyone to reflect and pay respect to those lost on September 11,” said Mepham High School Principal Eric Gómez.

On Sept. 14, Merrick Avenue welcomed author, Nora Raleigh Baskin, who wrote “Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story,” which was the summer reading selection for incoming seventh-graders.

Baskin held a question-and-answer after and book signing after each presentation. A writing workshop focused on the process of writing a book, starting with historical research and personal interviews necessary for her to gain real life information and experiences. 

The book is about the 24 hours before 9/11 that unfolded for four very different children.
“I wrote this book to show that 9/11 didn’t just happen to those that live in NYC,” Baskin said. “This was the first event that was broadcast on television before we knew what was happening. People everywhere in the country began thinking where was going to be next. This was a trauma that everyone experienced.”

She also touched on themes of kindness and interconnectivity.   

“We hope students learned about compassion, respect and enduring strength in the face of tragedy,” said Adeline Atkins, a district English chairperson.

Author Gae Polisner visited Calhoun to discuss her book, “The Memory of Things,” a novel about 9/11 which was a schoolwide summer reading assignment. 

Various guest speakers shared their connections and experiences on and after 9/11 as well. 

“The students, who were not born at the time of 9/11/01, had the opportunity to speak with those impacted in various ways,” said Kim Serpe, an English chairperson.

Boswell’s Deli in Merrick donated lunch for the speakers.

Bellmore-Merrick Welcomes Back Students

Bellmore-Merrick Welcomes Back Students photo

Students at all four high schools and two middle schools in the district bounded into buildings and down halls for the first day of the 2018-19 school year on Sept. 4.

Kennedy, Calhoun and Mepham High Schools held ninth grade orientations last week, which included building tours, small group discussions and freshmen soirees. 

“I am especially proud that we had nearly 100 student leaders volunteer to welcome the incoming Class of 2022,” said Principal Gerard Owenburg.

“I look forward to getting to know them throughout their high school careers,” added Calhoun Principal Nicole Hollings. “I hope that they all find an interest about which they can be passionate and that they pursue it.”

Grand Avenue and Merrick Avenue administrators were outside greeting students on the sunny Tuesday morning.

Principal Carlo Conte said he was eager for students’ arrival and ‘seeing the building come to life.’

Merrick Avenue welcomed students with fanfare as black and gold balloons marked the entrance and a “Welcome Back” sign adorned the building’s front lawn. Even the Ram school mascot made an appearance!


Kennedy Debuts Turf Tennis Courts

Kennedy Debuts Turf Tennis Courts photo
Construction on the United States Tennis Association-approved Turf Tennis Courts wrapped the first week of school. 

Kennedy High School will be to be the first high school in New York State to have installed the turf surface for play. 

“Coaches Brian Degaetano and Rusell Lella are excited to get their teams out on the courts,” said Principal Gerard Owenburg.

COORE Students Hang Loose at the Beach

COORE Students Hang Loose at the Beach photo

On Sept. 12, the COORE program in Bellmore-Merrick participated in the Surfers Healing camp at Lido Beach.

Surfers Healing is a nonprofit organization that allows students with disabilities the opportunity to catch some waves. The surfing instructors travel from all over the world to be able to provide students a unique experience at the beach. 

While at the beach, the students suited up with life vests, received some words of encouragement and were taken away on a surfboard to brave the waves without the help of their teacher or supporting staff. 

“It was an amazing experience that we hope will continue here at Bellmore-Merrick for years to come,” said Assistant Director of Special Education and Pupil Personnel Services Emily Paluseo.

District Welcomes Students into New Beginnings

District Welcomes Students into New Beginnings photo

The district began the process of the new school year on August 28 by welcoming students to orientations at all five schools.

Grand Avenue and Merrick Avenue middle schools were eager to welcome seventh-graders as administrators and eighth-grade students guided the new students through the hallways. Principals, administrators and staff members assisted the seventh-graders with locker combinations and class schedules. Students went through a modified class schedule to find each classroom before attempting to open their lockers.

Recently graduated eighth-graders from Grand Avenue and Merrick Avenue were among the freshmen at orientation at John F. Kennedy, Sanford H. Calhoun and Wellington C. Mepham high schools. At Mepham, the ninth-grade class was broken into a pair of sessions where students met adminstrators before being led on a tour of the school by junior and senior class leaders.

Principal Eric Gomez, now in his second year at Mepham, encouraged students to embrace “Pirate Pride” by joining extracurricular activities and attending the numerous events offered throughout the year.

The district wishes the best of luck to new and returning students as a another school year is upon us!

Grand Avenue Middle School teacher competes at 2018 Donate Life Transplant Games

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Resilience radiated from Kenneth Abbott, a Grand Avenue Middle School earth science teacher from the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, as he competed in numerous athletic events this August at the 2018 Life Transplant Games of America in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Just a year and a half after receiving a life-saving heart transplant, Abbott competed in multiple challenging physical events and excelled in the process. The Donate Life Transplant Games is a multi-sport festival event that highlights the critical importance of donations and celebrates organ donors and recipients. During the event, Abbott competed in basketball, cycling, racquetball, swimming, track and field, trivia and long jump where he earned a bronze medal in his age group. In addition, Abbott finished fourth in the virtual triathlon where competitors faced off in cycling, running and swimming events on three separate days. 

Abbott plans to continue as a competitor at the Summer World Transplant Games in Newcastle, England in 2019 and the 2020 Donate Life Transplant Games of America at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. 

Key Clubbers Volunteer with Kiwanis

Key Clubbers Volunteer with Kiwanis photo
Gabriel Derwin, a sophomore at Calhoun High School and Lina Fitzroy, a sophomore at Mepham High School volunteered in late August with the Bellmore Kiwanis Club to pack school supply donations as part of their involvement in their schools’ Key Club. The backpacks were distributed to children in need for the upcoming school year.

Updates Inside

Capital Project Updates

The district will be placing new information in this section regarding the Capital Projects. Be on the lookout for information as it becomes available. See the links below for our latest updates.

1/24/18 Bond Phase 4 Update

8/14/17 Full Construction Update

7/14/17 Bond Phase 3 Update

10/24/16 Bond Phase 2 & 3 Update

9/6/16 Bond Phase 2 & 3 Update

8/8/16 Bond Phase 2 & 3 Update

7/27/16 Bond Phase 2 & 3 Update

7/15/16 Bond Update

7/6/16 Bond Update

July 2016 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

6/11/16 - Bond Phase 2 and 3 Update

April 2016 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

4/11/16 - Bond Phase 2 Update

March 2016 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

3/1/16 - Bond Phase 2 Update

February 2016 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

1/5/16 - Bond Phase 2 Update

12/15/15 - Bond Phase 2 Update

December 2015 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

11/15/15 - Bond Phase 2 Update

November 2015 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

10/20/15 - Bond Phase 2 Update

8/25/15 - Bond Phase 2 Update

1/22/15 - Bond Phase 1 Update

12/10/14 - Bond Phase 1 Update

10/29/14 - Bond Phase 1 Update

9/29/14 - Bond Phase 1 Update

8/11/14 - Bond Phase 1 Update

7/14/14 - Bond Phase 1 Update

6/30/14 - Bond Phase 1 Update

July 2014 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

August 2014 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

September 2014 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

Captial Projects Slideshow

October 2014 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

November 2014 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

December 2014 Capital Bond Project Slideshow

Construction Update 6/17/14

Neighbor Letter Re: Construction (Middle School)

Neighbor Letter Re: Construction

6/10/14 - Bond Phase 1 Update

SED Approval - Phase I  - May 6

02/10/14 - Bond Project Update

Capital Project Potential Phasing