On Tuesday, December 4, Greenburgh Central School District’s Board of Education unanimously approved a 2019 Capital Project proposal to go before voters on February 12, 2019.

The referendum, which would consolidate the district into one unified campus, represents a more fiscally conservative plan than an earlier version that had been presented. This scaled-back proposal has a reduced cost of $114.6 million.

The proposal is a scaled-down version of the previously discussed plan. It retains many of the critical details of the original, including the unification of all Greenburgh schools on one campus. An all-new school will be built for grades 3 through 8. Additions and renovations will be carried out at Lee F. Jackson School, which will serve our pre-K through grade 2 students.

“This is a well-conceived plan that will provide safe and secure, state-of-the art learning spaces for every Greenburgh student; all on a campus that was donated decades ago expressly for the education of our community’s children,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tahira A. DuPree Chase. “Single campus learning environments improve quality of life for families and academic outcomes for students.”

Full press release is on the GCSD website:


GCSD School Consolidation and Bond Referendum Update-