2023 Capital Improvement Project Passes

In a remarkable display of community support, the Keshequa CSD Capital Improvement Project has received an overwhelming vote of approval, with 109 residents casting their votes in favor and 16 opposing the proposal.

Based on the community survey feedback, this project has been planned with three basic principles in mind: Community, Technology, and Asset Preservation. It will be largely focused on improvement of instructional space, building system upgrades, and preservation of Keshequa's community assets at the Nunda Middle-High School, Dalton Elementary School, the Athletic Complex, and Bus Garage.

Key components of the project include:

1.) Updating Building Conditions: Extensive repairs and renovations are planned to address long-standing maintenance issues in school buildings. Renovations are planned for bathrooms, window replacements, sidewalk repairs, and more. 

2.) Science and Technology Commons: The introduction of a modern Science and Technology Commons will provide students with advanced laboratories and resources to further their understanding of science, engineering, and technology.

3.) Library Media Center: The project will introduce a cutting-edge library media center, fostering an environment for collaborative learning and research. The center will serve as a hub for academic advancement and innovation.

4.) Hall of Fame Athletic Entry: A state-of-the-art athletic entry will be constructed, celebrating the school's rich history of sports achievements. This facility is designed to inspire student-athletes and recognize their accomplishments.

The most remarkable aspect of this project is that it will not lead to any additional tax impacts on the community. The project will be funded through a combination of State Aid and existing budget allocations.

Design plans for the various elements of the project are set to be finalized during the summer of 2024, with construction expected to begin in the summer of 2025. 

The Keshequa Central School District would like to thank all of our community members for coming out to vote, and making their voices heard in the path for our school's future.