District explores potential facility improvements with community feedback 


District explores potential facility improvements with community feedback 

August 14, 2019

The Warwick Valley Central School District initiated a series of community conversations to address parent suggestions for improvements to athletics and performing arts facilities. 

A group of parents met with District officials and the athletics director on Aug. 13 to offer feedback which will be considered in tandem with recommendations made by a Building Condition Survey. 

“Over the past several years, the District has received feedback from parents and community members on ways we could improve our outdoor facilities and high school auditorium,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. David Leach said. “We’re pleased to have met with these parents to formally begin a conversation about potential projects.” 

The group, which has volunteered to serve in an advisory capacity to the District’s Facilities Committee, will meet again next month to visit nearby districts that have undergone similar projects.

In addition, the district is currently reviewing its Building Condition Survey, which is a formal assessment of the condition of District facilities, including all of its buildings and exterior areas. By law, districts throughout the state must complete a building condition survey every five years. 

Recommendations from the community and the Building Condition Survey will help identify future project needs. The Warwick Valley Central School District Board of Education will discuss these recommendations during its Oct. 28 work session at 7 p.m. in the Dorothy C. Wilson Education Center.



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