Pearl River school officials want input from parents, staff, students and community members as they consider how to use up to $867,000 available through the Smart Schools Bond Act.
The bond act was approved on Election Day, authorizing the state to borrow the money and write checks to some 700 school districts for various projects, including equipment such as whiteboards and computers; Internet connectivity; high-tech security; or facility renovations for prekindergarten programs.
If you missed our coverage of the Smart Schools Bond Act, catch up here.
The Pearl River School District will be eligible to apply for up to $867,023.
The survey ends Sunday, Jan. 25. You can access it here: Smart Schools Bond Act Survey.
“We hope you can take a few minutes to provide us with some feedback. Your input is important and greatly appreciated,” officials said in an email Wednesday.
If you have difficulty accessing the survey link above, go to www.pearlriver.org and click on the Smart Schools Bond Act Survey link.