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  • Community Members:

    The New York State Department of Conservation is nearing the completion of phase four of a five phase remediation effort. The multi-year process is expected to have full restoration of the school’s property by the fall of 2020. Phase four has included a significant amount of work on the eastern, northern and southern sides of our middle school.

    The remediation has included the removal of trees and the playground located on the site. Plans are in place for the replacement of trees in coordination with our Agricultural Education Program’s need for a “Land Lab” on school grounds.  The Board of Education has committed to the replacement of a community playground on the middle/ high school site as part of their “Long Range Plan” for facilities and grounds. The playground will be similar to what was located at the middle school, but will be improved to meet the 2018 standards for school and community playgrounds.

    The remediation of the school’s grounds has resulted in much improved playing surfaces for our field hockey, softball and other athletic teams.  Site work will soon be completed for the installation of six tennis and pickleball courts to be included as part of the “Long Range Plan” for facilities and grounds.  The remediation this summer has also resulted in the creation of an access drive and parking lot for over 50 cars adjacent to the proposed tennis courts, field hockey and softball fields.   

    As we near the completion of phase four, the preparation for phase five will begin on or around November 1st.  This phase will include work on the south, west and north sides of the high school and District office. We have developed a schedule that will hopefully limit the disruption to learning in the spring and allow us to enjoy our commencement ceremony in front of the school.   I will be communicating a detailed plan and process once the phase five bid is awarded and final schedule approved.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me in the District Office at 716-735-2000 ext 2318.



    Dr. Hank Stopinski

    Superintendent of Schools

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