Central School Board
by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central School District voters narrowly approved a bond issue for improvements to the Central Elementary School on Tuesday. Voters approved the measure 299-288, with a 50.94 percent approval. The $3.3 million of 15-year  general obligation bonds will provide for the acq...Read More
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Area residents will see a decrease in the school portion of their 2013 taxes after the Central School Board approved a reduced levy on Monday, Dec. 17. The tax levy is down 9.5 percent from the 2012 levy, dropping by just over $238,000 to a total amount of $2,276,961.17. Superintendent Brian Corlett...Read More
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With unsubstantiated rumors of potential school violence in connection with Dec. 21, 2012 circulating around the metro area, Central Schools took no chances last Friday. That date was the last day on the ancient Mayan calendar, which has led to widespread speculation that the end of the world could ...Read More
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By Margaret Lemke Staff Writer In a brief meeting Monday. Oct. 22, District 108 School Board members approved several donations, approved a new two-year contract for school employees and discussed the 2012-2013 levy that will be approved in December. Board members approved a two-year contract with t...Read More
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District 108 School Board members took a first look at a revised plan to add extra space at the elementary school Monday, Sept 24, at a special workshop following the regular board meeting. And, while the new plan includes a fifth classroom, music room,  a new commons space with a terraced steps ar...Read More
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Taxpayers in District 108 should be seeing a reduction in the school district portion of their property taxes in 2013. School Board members approved a preliminary levy of $2,213,177.42 at the Sept 24 meeting. This is a 12 percent decrease from the levy one year ago of $2,515,200.74, and the maximum ...Read More
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