Smart School Investment Plan

In January 2014, Governor Andrew Cuomo called for New York State to invest $2 billion in schools
through a Smart Schools Bond Act (SSBA). Voters approved the Smart School Bond Act in
November 2014. Westport Central School (WCS) was allocated to receive $195,196. Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District (ELCSD) was allocated $345,519.  As of July 1st, 2019, both WCSD and ELCSD merged to form Boquet Valley Central School District.  Neither district had spent any of their allocation prior to this leaving a total of $540,715 to be used for BVCSD.  These plans existed on both the WCSD and the ELCSD websites.  The plans must also exist on the BVCSD site and is the purpose of this post.  It will be updated as all of the information is gathered. This SSBA is designed and may be used for:
 School Connectivity: wireless/wired infrastructure
 Community Connectivity: broadband to community
 Pre‐K Classrooms
 Classroom Technology
 Replace Mobile Classrooms
 High Tech Security Features
WCS and ELCSD have collaborated with and surveyed parents, teachers, students and members of the
community to determine a District technology plan. The following plan for investing in
Instructional Technology is in alignment with the goals described in our NYSED (New York State
Education Department) approved Technology Plan Survey.

Smart Schools Investment Plan BVCSD