Letter from the Superintendent

Scott Taylor

Welcome to 2022!  I wish you all a happy and prosperous year ahead!  I would like to thank you again for your continued support and partnership throughout this school year.  Our goal has been and will continue to be providing a safe learning environment for students and staff while providing in person learning 5 days per week.  Our students, staff and families have been outstanding partners as we continue to navigate the latest protocols and procedures from the CDC, NYSDOH, NYSED and ECDOH. 

I also wanted to share with you that we are currently in the initial plan for a May 2022 Capital Project vote.  As you know, capital projects provide school districts (just like a home) the opportunity to upkeep school facilities with what is needed to operate year after year as originally intended.  The cost of maintaining our facilities with the daily wear and tear caused by hundreds of students, staff and visitors, can rise above what the annual school budget can support. Formulation of a Capital Improvement Plan allows districts the funds to complete larger facility work not otherwise possible within the scope of the annual school budget.  A proposed Capital Project will be paid for from the District’s Debt service and Capital Project reserve fund.  There will be NO additional cost to taxpayers!

Our past Capital Projects occurred in 2018 and 2007.  These previous Capital Projects focused on maintaining our buildings and sites at an appropriate level to support educational programs.  We have identified items to be included in the upcoming Capital Project that support the growing educational needs of our students and updating our infrastructure across the district. We are currently asking for feedback from our stakeholders regarding the identified project scope to prioritize the final project.  We will continue to discuss the list of priorities at building level meetings, committee meetings and Board of Education meetings.  As we continue our analysis, we welcome feedback from the community in planning for the capital project.  Please feel free to call, email or attend an upcoming capital project community meeting (TBD). 

We continue to adhere to the State’s mandate to maintain our facilities to meet educational, health, safety and security measures, as well as adhere to energy efficiency guidelines to save taxpayer dollars.  We take pride in the upkeep of our buildings and grounds and our district owned facilities are one of our community’s greatest assets.

Please continue to visit our website for the latest news across the District, follow the District on Twitter and the district Facebook page.  As we look forward to 2022, we acknowledge the significant work accomplished, but also understand the work that lies ahead.  As always feel free to stop in, send an email staylor@northcollinscsd.org or give me a call at 337-0101 ext. 1301.  Thank you again for your support and I hope to see you along the way.

Sincerely,

Scott Taylor, Superintendent




NCCS Mission Statement

The North Collins Central School District is a safe and supportive learning environment that strives to maximize educational opportunities for all students, faculty, staff, and community members.  We nurture responsibility, creativity, energy, and open-mindedness to empower successful contributors to a global society.




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