MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- The Mahopac Central School District will hold a public hearing on the Smart Schools Bond Act Fund on Monday, Dec. 21, at 7:45 p.m. in the Falls Building auditorium.
The purpose of this hearing is to invite public input before the adoption of the Smart Schools Investment Plan.
In January 2014, Gov. Andrew Cuomo called for New York state to invest $2 billion in its schools through a Smart Schools Bond Act. Voters approved the act in November 2014, and as a result the Mahopac Central School District was allocated to receive $3,181,109.
In alignment with the Mahopac CSD Technology Plan for 2015-18, this investment plan is designed to:
- Upgrade/expand wireless infrastructure.
- Upgrade/expand network infrastructure.
- Expand security cameras.
- Install electronic access doors.
- Expand end user's instructional devices throughout district.
Working in collaboration with district leadership, school building administrators, teachers and input from parents, the technology plan survey provided the overarching goals for technology in instruction for the school district.
For more on the district's Smart Schools Investment Plan, click here.
The Mahopac Central School District is at 179 East Lake Blvd.
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