Forum to Explore Enrollment, Budget, Project 2021
SKANEATELES, NY (March 28, 2017) – Originally scheduled for March 22, the Skaneateles Central School District will conduct its second community forum on Monday, April 3 at 6 p.m. in the Skaneateles High School Auditorium.
Open to all members of the community, Skaneateles Central School’s Superintendent Ken Slentz will address several areas of interest.
“The conversations at these gatherings give us important ideas of how we can improve our work on behalf of kids, families, and the community in general,” said Slentz. “As such, we encourage and are hopeful for a good turnout.”
One item on the agenda includes a look into the district’s current and projected enrollment and building status. This discussion will provide insight into past, present, and future enrollment and how the district’s current and future building plans work in-conjunction with these projections.
A budget overview and a look at the district’s return on investment will also be included in the evening, featuring an in-depth review of the budget process while highlighting several key programs such as the district’s BOCES services.
Each of these topics will work toward an overview of Project 2021.
The Project 2021 portion of the night’s discussion is set to focus on an overall timeline for the project along with a review of its current status and a look ahead at what is to come as the district narrows in on a project vote set for Saturday, November 14.
Following the forum presentation by Superintendent Slentz, the floor will be open for a question and answer period regarding all current happenings within the district.
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