Posted Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021 —
The Geneva City School District’s proposed capital project passed with 75 percent of voters in favor.
“This project is primarily about keeping our students and staff healthy, safe and secure. Some of the key work we will now be able to complete includes crucial upgrades to our fire alarm and PA systems, as well as roof repairs at all buildings,” said Acting Superintendent Kathleen Davis. “I would like to thank the community for turning out in support of our district.”
The Board of Education will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 8, to certify the results. The next step will be to finalize designs before submitting them to the State Education Department for approval. Construction is expected to begin in spring 2023.
Capital Project Vote results:
Details are available online at www.genevacsd.org/capital