Residents will have the opportunity to vote on the $45.9 million Rockville Centre School District improvement bond Tuesday.
The vote for the school improvement bond will take place from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the South Side High School gymnasium.
The bond will go toward structural improvements and enhancements at each of the five elementary schools, as well as South Side Middle School and High School and the administrative building.
A bulk of the total comes from spatial need improvements at the high school to the tune of $26.3 million.
"It will just literally be a much better place for our kids to be able to come to," Superintendent William Johnson said back in January in reference to the bond's pending approval. "It's going to be a safer set of buildings. They'll be able to run more efficiently and I think, quite frankly, the instructional program will be the beneficiary of all [the board] is doing."
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