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Grades 3-5 will return for full time in-person learning starting Monday, April 26, which will fully reopen all elementary schools. The K-12 Full Remote program will still be available to families who choose that option. Due to state regulations, Columbia and Goff will remain in the Hybrid Model at this time. The East Greenbush CSD will continue to evaluate options for Columbia and Goff students to receive increased in-person learning at 6 feet social distancing where possible.

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East Greenbush Central School District residents passed a $92.2 million budget for the 2017-18 school year on Tuesday, as well as two bus purchase propositions that will replace 10 school buses and three capital project propositions to update aging infrastructure in all seven schools.

The budget represents a 2.25% increase in spending over the current year’s budget and will result in a 3.7% tax levy increase for district residents.


Proposition #1: School Budget for 2017-18
Yes: 1,380
No: 518

Proposition #2: School Buses from Capital Reserve Fund
Yes: 1,467
No: 420

Proposition #3: School Buses from Bond
Yes: 1,371
No: 502

Proposition #4: Capital Project ($17,206,812)
Yes: 1,363
No: 514

Proposition #5: Capital Project (16,946,944)
Yes: 1,283
No: 586

Proposition #6: Capital Project ($5,642,286)
Yes: 1,225
No: 637

Board of Education Election
The three Board Member candidates with the highest vote totals have been elected for three-year terms: 
Kathleen Curtin: 1,472
Mark Mann: 1,388
Michael Buono: 1,367
Quinn Austin-Small: 629