Capital Improvement Project ThoughtExchange

Have questions on the capital project? The GCSD website has answers

On Thursday, October 7, Guilderland residents will head to the polls to decide on a $21.8 million capital improvement project. If approved by voters, the project will address the priorities of improving learning opportunities, enhancing safety and security for students and staff, and replacing or updating aging infrastructure in the GCSD’s seven buildings. The project addresses three main areas:

  1. Infrastructure upgrades and improvements: heating, ventilation systems, bathrooms, roofs, lighting, windows, flooring, lockers, etc.;
  2. Outdoor learning spaces: playgrounds, outdoor learning pavilions, high school track and turf field;
  3. Educational technology: equipment replacement, data security, virtualization, classroom projection systems.

For more comprehensive and detailed information on the capital improvement project, visit the district website

ThoughtExchange open until October 6

The district has launched a ThoughtExchange to provide our community with the opportunity to tell us what else you need to know ahead of the October 7 vote, so that you feel fully informed to make your decision. Click here for the ThoughtExchange

We will post answers on the district website to the questions that are most frequently asked. The ThoughtExchange will be open until Wednesday, October 6, at 5:00 p.m.

Before you answer the ThoughtExchange, please take a few minutes to visit the FAQ section of the capital improvement project page on the district website. You’ll find a lot of information there.

We want our community to be well informed and feel confident when you vote this Thursday, October 7. In person voting will be held from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at all five elementary schools. Please join the Capital Improvement Project ThoughtExchange, share your thoughts and then rate the thoughts of others. As always, your input and perspective is valued and appreciated.

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