Thank you to our community for their support!
On Tuesday, Dec. 14, Queensbury Union Free School District residents voted to approve the district’s $19.75 million capital project proposal by a tally of 609 YES votes (76 percent) to 189 NO votes (24 percent).
“Our community’s continued support of our school district is greatly appreciated,” said Kyle Gannon, Superintendent of Schools. “We’re excited to be able to take this project forward to benefit every student, staff member and community member who walks through our doors and on our campus!”
The capital project addresses the district’s most immediate facility needs. This includes updates to aging infrastructure throughout the district’s school buildings, such as roofs and boilers. The project also includes district improvements, including the addition of a multi-use turf field, new playground equipment for WHBI and QES pool equipment upgrades.