The Future Is in Our Schools – Elections Are On May 18th
The Annual School Budget Vote and School Board Election will be held in person on May 18th from 7:00am to 9pm at Woodlands Middle/High School Gymnasium,475 W. Hartsdale Avenue, Hartsdale, NY 10530. If you are unable to vote in person you can obtain an absentee ballot from the GCSD site.
Residents must be registered for either general elections or school elections. Any person who resides in the Greenburgh Central School District and is registered with the Westchester County Board of Elections to vote in our District does not need to register separately with the School District.
If you are unsure whether you are registered for general elections, you can check your status by clicking here.
Meet The Candidates For 2021-22 Greenburgh Central School District Board Election
HNA again hosted video sessions to Meet the Candidates for the GCSD School Board . The candidate were interviewed by HNA President Eric Zinger, HNA Educational Excellence Committee Chair, Samantha Ives and HNA Member Elena Giovinazzo. HNA is not endorsing any candidate(s) in the School Board Election. Our goal is to provide you with easy access to information, so you can make an informed decision, and get out and vote. The interviews can be found on the HNA YouTube page.
There are seven candidates running for three open positions on the School Board . The candidates are listed below in alphabetical order along with contact information.
Jamaal Thomas- https://www.jamaalthomas.com/
Terry Willliams- Twilliams@greenburghcsd.org
School Board Candidate Questions
- Tell us a little about yourself and why you are running for school board?
- In what ways do you think our school district is succeeding? What do you
think needs to be improved?
- What are your expectations of the new superintendent in their first year
- Can you tell me about a time you’ve had a positive influence within a
board meeting, committee meeting, or community forum?
- What is your greatest strength as a leader and in what areas would you
like to improve your leadership skills?
- The budget for the next year has been proposed, and we hope residents
will vote to approve the budget on May 18th. What do you see as the top
three budget priorities moving forward?
- Anyone interested to learn more about you might search online. What
will they find in a Google Search? What would you like them to know about
those search results?
Interviews with all the Candidates can be found on the HNA YouTube page.
GCSD 2021-22 Budget Proposal And Vote
The Greenburgh Central School District (GCSD) proposed budget for the 2021-22 school year reflects a 2.59% increase from last year’s budget and a 1.24% increase in property taxes and is under the Tax Cap. A public hearing on the budget was held on May 4th and can be viewed on the GCSD channel on YouTube..
The Budget Vote and School Board Elections are on May 18th, make sure your voice is heard and VOTE.