Smart Schools Preliminary Investment Plan
The Auburn Enlarged City School District Smart Schools Investment Plan will provide technology over a four-year period that will bolster network infrastructure, replace outdated technology, and increase student and staff security with additions to the emergency response system that is currently in place. New York State will provide $3,526,117 to the Auburn Enlarged City School District to be shared with any non-public school within its boundaries. As such, Auburn Enlarged City School District will share purchased equipment with Tyburn Academy, St. Joseph School, and John Paul II, which will receive the equivalent of $250 per pupil ($47,250) in instructional technology items.
The Auburn Enlarged City School District provides for the following items to be purchased at a total of $3,526,117:
â€¢ Wireless Network Upgrade/Installation, $647,082
â€¢ Interactive Whiteboard/Projector Installation, $1,684,428
â€¢ Network Infrastructure/Telecommunications Upgrades, $1,194,607
â€¢ Purchase of Wireless Network Upgrades â€“ District Wide
â€¢ Purchase/Installation Network Switch Upgrades â€“ District Wide
â€¢ Purchase/Installation Uninterruptable Power Supplies â€“ District Wide
â€¢ Wireless, Projector and Interactive Whiteboard installation â€“ District Wide
Please note that the total of the itemized purchases above do not include the $47,500 in shared equipment with Tyburn Academy, St. Josephâ€™s, and Saints Peter and Paul Schools as those purchases are still being determined.
This initial technology plan was submitted to New York State Education Department and approved in September 2015
This is a copy of the approval letter that we received from NYSED of our technology plan.
This is the Board Resolution approving the preliminary Smart Schools Investment Plan. It was approved at the February 2, 2016 Board of Education Meeting.
This is the Board Resolution approving the final Smart Schools Investment Plan. It was approved at the February 2, 2016 Board of Education Meeting.
New York Smart Schools Bond Act Overview and Phase 1 -
Preliminary District Investment Plan Presentation
Final District Investment Plan Presentation
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Thomas Bunn, Director of Technology