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School News August 27, 2015


P.C. schools answer questions about $62M building project
As a way to combat what the Port Chester school district considers misinformation about the proposed building project, the superintendent has put together a thorough Q&A for the community.
Friday, August 21, 2015

Proposed building project could cost homeowners $210 annually

Ten pizzas from Frankie & Louie’s, 17 dozen bagels from The Bagel Emporium, 26 burritos from Chipotle, 16 tickets to the movies at AMC Loews—or the annual cost for the average home due to the proposed building project in the Port Chester School District. 


Friday, August 14, 2015

Port Chester schools: Building project prompts protestors
A handful of older Port Chester residents passionately ranted about a possible building project at the Port Chester school board meeting on Tuesday, July 28.
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Friday, July 31, 2015

How much will it cost the taxpayer?
The number one thing that everyone-Port Chester school board members, residents, even the superintendent-wants to know is how much the potential $65.5 million building project will cost homeowners each year.
Friday, July 31, 2015

Architects to present at P.C. school board meeting
After months of rumors circulating in the community, the Port Chester school board will make its first presentation to the public about a possible building project at its monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 28. Much of the information that will be shared Tuesday evening is expected to be similar to what was presented in last week's Westmore News.
Friday, July 24, 2015

Proposed $62.3M building project boasts classrooms, gyms and more
Sixty-two million dollars is not exactly chump change .

So, if residents approve the building project the Port Chester School District plans to put to a vote in November to handle the district's growing enrollment, what exactly will they be getting for that $62.3 million?
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Friday, July 17, 2015

Sup't Kliszus: schools are out of space
Ari Johnson-Goodman will be starting at Port Chester High School this autumn and can look forward to all the good-and bad-that comes with high school. Like all teenagers in New York, there will be Regents tests to take, clubs to join and classes to attend.
Friday, July 17, 2015

School board finally picks project to fix overcrowding
Just like construction projects take time and there are often unforeseen obstacles, so too was the path the Port Chester School District administration and Board of Education took to get to this point.
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Friday, July 17, 2015


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