The district will hold its Smart Schools Investment Plan Public Presentation during the Board of Education meeting on Sept. 25, 2018.
The public has 30 days following the presentation to submit comments and/or questions to the district regarding these investment plans. Please direct all comments and questions to the district’s technology director Paul Caputo at PCaputo@libertyk12.org.
What is the Smart Schools Investment Plan?
The Liberty Central School District’s Smart Schools Investment Plans were produced in accordance with the New York State Smart Schools Bond Act, approved by voters in November 2014. The $2 billion bond act is intended to provide school districts with funding for new educational technology and infrastructure improvements to enhance learning opportunities for all students across the state.
To receive funding, the Liberty School District is required to:
• draft a Smart Schools Improvement Plan linked to a long-range educational technology plan;
• involve the community in its planning; and
• have the Smart Schools plan approved by the New York State Education Department as part of a detailed review process.
School districts can also choose to use Smart Schools funding to install high-tech security upgrades, to expand pre-kindergarten programs by building additional classroom space or to replace temporary classrooms with permanent instructional space.
The district’s Smart Schools funding is capped at $2,002,780.
View the district’s Smart Schools Plans
- School Security Investment Plan
- Wireless and Infrastructure Investment Plan
Please note: the following documents are in PDF format. If you are having trouble viewing these documents or would like to request a printed copy, please contact the district’s communication specialist, Alyssa Pagano, at email@example.com.