Marshall Miles Interviews Ray Castellani, Webutuck Capital Improvement Project Community Mtg on Nov 14

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  •  Capital project artDistrict sets referendum on $12.5M capital projectThe North East (Webutuck) Board of Education approved a public referendum to finance $12.56 million of capital project improvements at its meeting Oct. 18.  Most of the proposed improvements are directly related to health and safety.
  • $12.5M capital improvement project
    • Tax impact: Neutral
    • Vote: Dec. 6, 2022, 12-9 p.m.
    • Where: WHS Gym
    • What is covered: WHS, EBIS and WES will all have work done.
    • Roof replacements will be done at all schools.
    • Unit ventilation systems at all schools.
    • Milling/repaving parking lots and sidewalks at WHS/EBIS.
    • EBIS will get an age-appropriate playground.
    • Sanitary system components replaced at WES.
    • Details: See WCSD Capital Project presentation


  • Vision:
    Webutuck students will possess the knowledge, desire, and ability to achieve their potential and make a significant contribution to society.
    To produce graduates who: Are effective communicators, productive workers, responsible citizens, and creative problem solvers. Have acquired fundamental knowledge in ELA, Math, Sciences, Social Studies, Physical Education, and Health, and the opportunity to acquire advanced knowledge in the above areas as well as in The Arts, International Languages, and Vocational Studies.
    We believe… Every student can learn and is valued. Quality teaching, and parents and teachers working together, are critical to success in student education. Collaborative efforts on the part of the District and community promote responsible citizenship. The District is committed to continuous improvement. Effective communication is critical at all levels.
    The following statements express the District’s commitment to core values and the District’s responsibility to help nurture these values in all teaching and support staff, students, and parents.
    Respect To openly exhibit regard, appreciation, and consideration for others. Responsibility To make moral or rational decisions on one’s own authority and be accountable for one’s actions. Integrity To help achieve the District’s vision and mission, and live up to District values in the presence or absence of scrutiny. Pride To gain in self-worth, confidence, and satisfaction through accomplishment. Humility To display modest attitudes and spirit.


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