In an effort to provide more information about the upcoming Greenburgh Central School District bond proposal March 19th, we wanted to set up a page that specifically focused on the school district. Our goal is to provide as much information as possible to residents.
The most important thing to remember is to vote March 19th. Voting hours are 7:00am-9:00pm at Woodlands High School.
There is one final District organized community meeting on Wednesday March 13th at 6:30pm at Lee F. Jackson Elementary.
The Greenburgh Central School District is proposing a $114.6 million capital project. The plan proposes a unified campus for all Greenburgh students – Pre-K through 12. Richard J. Bailey and Highview Elementary Schools would both close as part of this plan, and a new school building for grades 3 through 8 would be constructed. Lee F. Jackson would be expanded to include Pre-K through grade 2, and Woodlands would become the High School.
Costs- What will the project cost me? The below is an estimated cost of the proposal by the district. This is to borrow $114mm, on which interest would be paid until the bond is fully paid back. If you do not know your assessment you can look it up here:
RJ Bailey Appraisal– This is the details of the information used to value R.J. Bailey for purposes of future sale to reduce financing requirements of the project.
Highview Elementary Appraisal– This is the details of the information used to value Highview Elementary for purposes of future sale to reduce financing requirements of the project.
Greenburgh Central FEIS– The school district did their Final Environmental Impact Statement. There are a number of documents so best way to see this is to go to their website. https://www.greenburghcsd.org/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&DomainID=4&ModuleInstanceID=321&ViewID=6446EE88-D30C-497E-9316-3F8874B3E108&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=9002&PageID=1
Town Hall Traffic Study– The Town issued their own traffic study which can be found here. Kimley-Horn – Greenburgh Central School District Warburg Campus Consolidation Plan – Traffic Review
The school district BOE has put out information about the bond proposal in order to help people make a decision. Here is a link to the main page. Additional items are linked below.
FAQ– Here are some FAQ’s about the proposal the district put out a few weeks ago.
Updated FAQ– Here are some of the districts responses to questions that have been raised more recently.