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State invests in Smart School plan to close Digital Divide

ALBANY – The state has granted funding for Hudson Valley school districts to close the Digital Divide through the Smart Schools program.

The funding will modernize classrooms and equip students with the skills they need to thrive in the global economy.  The funding comes from a $2 billion bond approved by voters.

Smart School Investment plans in the region include:

  • Carmel Central School District - $1.3 million
  • Chappaqua Central School District - $453,000
  • Cornwall Central School District - $1.1 million
  • Croton-Harmon Union Free School District - $346,000
  • East Ramapo Central School District (Spring Valley) - $3.37 million
  • Eastchester Union Free School District - $477,200
  • Garrison Union Free School District - $78,400
  • Goshen Central School District - $1.34 million
  • Haldane Central School District - $248,000
  • Haverstraw-Stony Point (North Rockland) - $2.6 million
  • Hyde Park Central School District - $1.95 million
  • Kinderhook Central School District - $252,000
  • Mahopac Central School District - $196,700
  • Newburgh City School District - $5.1 million
  • Ossining Union Free School District - $1.48 million
  • Pine Bush Central School District - $939,500
  • Pine Plains Central School District - $690,000
  • Putnam Valley Central School District - $681,600
  • Sullivan West Central School District - $425,000
  • Wappingers Central School District - $481,500
  • Yonkers City School District - $3.83 million

Special Education Smart School Investment Plans:

  • Anderson Center for Autism, $35,200
  • Westchester School for Special Children - $77,400.

 

 


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