Residents living in the Trumansburg Central School District will be voting on a $24.9 million project is designed to bring, among many things, science, technology, engineering and math spaces to TCSD schools.
Voting hours for the "no additional tax impact" project are scheduled from noon to 8 p.m. March 13 at the Ulysses Historical Society, located at 39 South Street in Trumansburg, according to the school district.
A final informational meeting will be held 5:30 p.m. March 5 in the Charles O. Dickerson High School library, located at 100 Whig Street in Trumansburg.
District officials say the project is designed to build on Trumansburg's past while investing in children.
“I’m proud of what our district and community currently have to offer, however, there is always room for improvement which is the goal of the capital project: to maintain our facilities in a way that has a resounding and continual positive impact,” Kimberly Bell, Trumansburg Central School District superintendent, said. “Giving our students a competitive edge, when they enter the next phase of their lives after graduation, is extremely important. Whether that be college or the workforce, it’s crucial that we give them the education of a 21st century learner."