Paul Seversky

A year ago, villagers protested a consultant's recommendations to close Altamont Elementary School because of declining enrollment. This week, a citizens' task force presented alternatives.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

The school board will move ahead with setting up a task force — of citizen volunteers and staff — to investigate ways to use excess space in the district’s schools.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

GUILDERLAND — The next step in solving the school district’s problem of too much space for too few students will likely be the appointment of a citizens’ task force to study different ways of repurposing some classrooms.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

"The worst thing you can do is make no decision," the vice president of the school board told his colleagues as they wrestled with reams of public opinion on how to solve the problem of too much space for too few students.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

GUILDERLAND — A controversial consultant’s report led to a collegial forum on Nov. 19 as 74 district residents participated in the first summit on the future of Guilderland schools.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

GUILDERLAND — The school district is planning what it calls a summit conference for Nov. 19 in hopes of hatching a solution to its problems of declining enrollment and stagnant funding.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

The school district wants to "work smart," the superintendent said, exploring only the best ideas to help with the problems of declining enrollment, stagnant funds, and under-used buildings.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

GUILDERLAND — Now that the school district has defined a problem of too much building space for too few students and not enough money to maintain the status quo, citizens will be asked to help shape solutions.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid online subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

The school board has set aside, for now, school-closure recommendations from a consultant's building capacity report following months of protests from those who want to keep Altamont Elementary School open.

Last week, the Guilderland School District added future meetings to discuss a consultant’s report released last month that provided options to save the district money.  Five of the six options proposed closing elementary schools, and four of the five proposed closing Altamont Elementary School.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Paul Seversky