William Floyd Capital Project: Vote on Monday, October 30, 2017, from 7 am – 9 pm in the William Floyd High School east lobby!
On Monday, October 30, residents of the William Floyd community will have the opportunity to vote on a $39.4 million capital project proposal, which if approved, can transform our schools and community. Highlights include much-needed repairs and upgrades throughout all of our buildings, revamped secondary school auditoriums for music and theater students, a centrally-located adaptive playground, air conditioning in the three elementary buildings that currently do not have it and new multi-purpose athletic fields for ALL of our outdoor girls and boys student athletes and community groups!
This project will be at NO ADDITIONAL COST to taxpayers!
How can it be at zero additional cost to taxpayers, you might ask? In 2016, voters approved the creation of a $5 million Capital Reserve Fund, which will be used for this project; and the remaining 87.9% will be reimbursed through NYS Building Aid.
Click each thumbnail below for an FAQ, the video and the brochure!
Please Note: Completed Applications with original signature must be received by the District Clerk prior to the issuing of a ballot. If the absentee ballot is mailed, the application must be received by the district before 4:30 pm on Monday, October 23rd. All ballots are due to the district clerk by 5:00 pm on Monday, October 30th. For any further information regarding absentee voting, please contact Jen Schildkraut at (631) 874-1696.
Capital Project Road Show – Presented to the Community, Faculty and Staff
Capital Project Review #7 – Presented on October 24, 2017
Capital Project Review #6 – Presented on October 10, 2017
Capital Project Review #5 – Presented on August 15, 2017
Capital Project Review #4 – Presented on July 11, 2017
Capital Project Review #3 – Presented on June 27, 2017
Capital Project Discussion #2 – Presented on January 24, 2017
Five Year Facilities Review – Presented on December 13, 2016
Check out the stories below from the Long Island Advance and Newsday detailing the capital project!