May 14, 2012
Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School
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It’s more likely than you think, said Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School superintendent Scott Osborne at a public forum on Monday, March 17, to discuss the future of the district.
Renting out classrooms to private businesses? Sharing superintendents? It’s more likely than you think, said Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School superintendent Scott Osborne at a public forum on Monday, March 17 to discuss the future of the district.
At Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School, the Board of Education is set to host a trio of public forums starting Monday, Feb. 10, to address the issue of the budget. The first forum will take place at 6 p.m. in the school’s conference room.
This week school officials sent out their second annual School Community Survey to residents of the district. People are asked to complete and return surveys to the district by noon Nov. 8.
Local schools will welcome students back to their hallways and classrooms next week, with all area schools opening Thursday, Sept. 5.
The Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School Board of Education will present a budget to district voters that comes in below the state tax levy cap
Superintendent Scott Osborne told members of the School Board and public March 27 that an increase in state aid had cut their previous deficit estimate in half, but the district was still looking for ways to cut $302,914 in the 2013-14 spending plan.
The district received the overwhelming go-ahead from voters to proceed with a pair of Capital projects to help repair and renovate the school building, with the first proposition passing by a total of 142 in favor and 16 against, while proposition two past with 111 votes in favor and 39 votes in opposition.
Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District residents will vote today on two building projects.
Public hearing Feb. 27
Residents will also have a chance to learn about the project during a public hearing that will take place Wednesday, Feb. 27, starting at 6 p.m. in the school’s conference room.
Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School will host its first public forum on the 2013-14 budget process Feb. 14.
Voters in the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District will go to the polls in March to vote on a pair of building projects.
While many local school officials are pleased that the current state administration is looking at the education system, they feel many key issues were not tackled in a recent report.
School officials around Essex County did their best to make the school day following the Dec. 14 mass homicide at a Connecticut elementary school as normal as possible.
A former K-12 principal at Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School is now the lone candidate for the combined position of superintendent/principal.
The Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School Board of Education has narrowed its search for a new superintendent/principal to three candidates.
The Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District will open its doors with changing leadership.
School board seeking combo super/principal
Former Peru Superintendent A. Paul Scott will oversee Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School during its transition to a new superintendent.
Added hours and programs will be part of an expanded summer program offered by the Elizabethtown and Lewis Youth Commissions.
While current Elizabethtown-Lewis School Board president Brett Sicola will not face a challenge in the upcoming school board election, the man who was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Tammy Apthorp will.