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Schenectady City School District puts $70M plan in motion

K-8 model scrapped; vote set on project

Central Park Elementary School on Elm Street is pictured.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Central Park Elementary School on Elm Street is pictured.
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It’s official: The Schenectady City School District is closing its K-8 schools and switching back to an elementary and middle school configuration. The school board met Wednesday — despite the snowstorm that closed the school district — to vote on the long-debated issue. The vote was part of setting a referendum to spend $70 million to make three middle schools ready for students by 2016. The public vote will be held March 25. It is ...


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