STRONGER SCHOOLS = STRONGER COMMUNITIES: We want to hear from you!

Over the past several years, the Mahopac Central School District has taken great strides to improve and expand upon the academic program offered to students. Now, the district must also focus on the community’s investment in our school buildings to support our students for college and career-readiness. 

Capital improvements under consideration include:
  • STEAM & Science Instructional Upgrades
  • Music & Performing Arts Upgrades
  • Renovating Libraries to Multimedia Centers
  • Safety & Security Improvements
  • Athletic Fields & Facilities
Together, we can develop a plan to address critical issues in our buildings to ensure a safe and strong learning environment for our students. The Board of Education and administration would like the community’s input as it begins to develop this plan. Please take a brief moment to take the survey – this will be open for community input until Friday, December 14.

Thank you for your participation!

Building Our Future Together

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* 1. In general, how do you feel about the direction Mahopac Schools is headed

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* 2. Please rate what you feel are the most important parts of the Mahopac educational experiences:

  Most Important Important  Neutral Not as Important Not Important
Caring teachers
College and career preparedness
Educational technology 
Music program
Athletics program
Performing Arts program
Curriculum offering 
Support and counseling services

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* 3. We'd like to get your thoughts on the District's capital improvement needs.  Please rate your thoughts on the areas below where project planning should focus:

  Most Important Important Neutral Not as Important Not Important
Creating a campus-like setting with the Middle School, High School and Mahopac Falls that can be used by community members, as well as student-base.
Safety and security improvements (ie, ADA, enhanced security vestibules, building access controls)
Modernizing learning environments (ie, science and engineering labs, music instruction/practice rooms, media centers)
Improved building efficiency (ie, HVAC, roofs, lighting)
Athletic facilities improvements (ie, multi-purpose turf field, locker rooms) 

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* 4. An approved capital improvement project is projected to have zero impact on school taxes.  Knowing it is tax neutral, how likely are you to vote in favor of a capital project referendum?

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