On March 20, the district hosted a community conversation attended by approximately 120 participants, including parents, district residents, students and teachers. Following a presentation by Superintendent Corr, the participants engaged in small group discussions led by Capital Region BOCES communications specialists. District administrators and Board of Education members spent time listening to the conversations that took place in classrooms to gain insight into participants’ thoughts and concerns regarding two capital project options that are currently being considered. One of these two options will be adopted by the Board of Education on March 30, and a capital project referendum will be presented to voters on May 16. Click here for a summary, followed by a full report.