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Informational Video

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September 30, 2013

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September 30, 2013

Click on the image below to view the Board of Education Meeting Presentation on the Bond Proposal

 


September 18, 2013

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August 7, 2013

PRESS RELEASE

SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

For Immediate Release 

 

Contact: Kathy Beatty

Work: 631-589-4000 ext. 147

Email: kbeatty@syntaxcom.com

Sag Harbor Board of Education Approves Capital Project Resolution

Vote Set for Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013


On Monday, Aug. 5, the Sag Harbor School District Board of Education voted unanimously to approve a resolution to present for voter approval, on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, a bond resolution broken into two propositions. Proposition #1 covers capital project work district wide totaling $7,357,132 and Proposition #2 covers the installation of a new synthetic turf field at Pierson High School totaling $1,620,000. Passage of each proposition is not dependent upon the passage of the other proposition.

The proposed work will include the replacement and/or reconstruction and refurbishment of roofs, windows, doors and ceilings; improvements to the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, electrical and drainage systems; energy conservation measures; exterior building envelope improvements; fire safety improvements; improvements to enhance accessibility to the physically challenged; parking, driveway and sidewalk improvements; interior reconstruction and space reconfiguration; other interior and exterior building and site improvements; and the installation of a new synthetic turf field at Pierson High School.

At a prior Board of Education meeting held on July 8, the district’s Educational Facilities Planning Committee presented their project recommendations to the board. The committee’s recommendations focused on maintaining a healthy and safe environment for students and staff, providing an environment that supports student learning and success, maintaining the integrity and value of the district facilities, ensuring all facilities were building code and ADA compliant, and reducing future expenditures through energy conservation. Prior to the presentation, the committee convened six times, beginning in February 2013 and extending through the end of April 2013, to review and modify their recommendations.

In the upcoming months, the Sag Harbor School District will be providing more details regarding the work proposed in both Proposition #1 and Proposition #2. To enable voters to make an informed decision, bond fairs are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 7-9 p.m. and on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., both at Pierson Middle/High School. In addition to the bond fairs, residents will receive a newsletter in the mail outlining the details of the proposed bond and will be able to view a video which will be available on the district’s website.

For more information, visit the district’s website at www.sagharborschools.org.


July 10, 2013

 

4875 Sunrise Highway, Suite 301

Bohemia, New York 11716

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SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

For Immediate Release Contact: Kathy Beatty

Office: 631-589-4000 ext. 147

Sag Harbor Board Hears Capital Project Recommendations  

During the Sag Harbor Board of Education meeting on July 8, the Educational Facilities Planning Committee presented their capital project recommendations to the board. Prior to the presentation, the 21-member committee convened six times, beginning in February 2013 and extending through the end of April 2013, to review and modify their recommendations. The committee’s recommendation focused on maintaining a healthy and safe environment for students and staff, maintaining the integrity and value of district facilities, ensuring all facilities were building code and ADA compliant, and reducing future expenditures through energy conservation.

The proposed work was broken down into five categories: architectural - including window, masonry and flooring replacements; HVAC - including ventilation improvements; plumbing - including relocation of a gas meter setup and repiping of a hot water heater; electrical - including upgrades of intercom/telephone systems, installation of energy-efficient motors, drivers and transformers, and upgrades for ADA compliance; and site work - including replacement of the main entry plaza, reconstruction and reconfiguration of parking areas, replacement of deteriorated walkways and asphalt areas, and drainage improvements. The committee also recommended including a modified version of the auditorium option, which proposes several enhancements to improve the overall functionality of the auditorium and the inclusion of a parking lot and fenced enclosure to house district-owned buses on district-owned property. The cost for the work recommended would be: Sag Harbor Elementary School, $1,454,676; Pierson Middle/High School, $5,916,103; and Supplementary Energy/Conservation Measures, $189,097, totaling $7,559,876. 

In addition, separate from the main proposal, the committee presented for consideration the installation of a synthetic turf field with a two-lane walking track at Pierson Middle/High School. The track, which would not be designed for competitive track and field events, would be used by students during physical education classes and would also be available to community residents. The additional cost of these items would be $1.62 million.

The Board of Education thanked the committee members for their diligence, thoroughness and commitment. “What this committee accomplished in the way of consensus is truly commendable,” stated Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. Carl Bonuso. The board will put the committee’s recommendation to an official vote at the next Board of Education meeting, scheduled for Monday, August 5 with a community vote tentatively scheduled for mid November. To view the complete PowerPoint presentation, please visit the district’s website atwww.sagharborschools.org.

Members of the committee include: Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. Carl Bonuso; board members Edward Drohan and Mary Anne Miller; School Business Administrator John O’Keefe; Director of Buildings & Grounds Montgomery Granger; Pierson Middle/High School Principal Jeff Nichols; Sag Harbor Elementary School Principal Matt Malone; teacher Peter Solow; parents Chris Arbia, Annette Bierfriend and Denise Gentile; community members Ellie Janetti, Steven Reiner, Evan Rotner, John Russo, Peter Tolin Baker and Benito Vila; and Bay Street Executive Director Tracy Mitchell.          

 
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