On Thursday, October 7, Guilderland Central School District residents voted to approve the district’s $21.8 million capital project proposal by a tally of 1310 YES votes (63.84 percent) to 742 NO votes (36.16 percent).
“Thank you to all of the Guilderland voters for supporting our students,” said Dr. Marie Wiles, Superintendent of Schools. “We are so excited about what this result means for our students. This work will improve all areas of our district including building environments, educational technology and outdoor learning spaces.”
The capital project addresses necessary improvements to enhance the safety and security of district buildings and grounds, make learning environments healthier and more comfortable, and modernize learning spaces in the district’s seven buildings.