In May 2019, voters approved a $19.5 million capital improvement project at Marlboro CSD. Coined the Vision 2020 Capital Project, this investment will address key health and safety issues, enhance specialized instructional program areas, and improve spaces for student/family support services, physical education and food serice.
At the middle school, makerspaces will be designed through a new innovation lab and technology classroom that supports 21st century STEAM learning. The makerspaces will allow students to collaborate with peers, employ critical thinking, and be creative in a flexible environment.
A new music/orchestra addition will more than double the size of the existing rehearsal space, enhancing flexibility, instrument storage, and acoustics to support the district's performing arts program.
All three schools will receive new secure entries and vestibules with safe building access and greeter stations to provide physical protection into the main office. The relocation and redesign of the main offices will provide more efficient student and visitor entry, while allowing proper credential exchange and line of sight.
Marlboro Central School District's capital project will optimize educational space, address key infrastructure deficiencies, and improve health/safety issues.
At the high school, improvements include renovations to the nursing suite, cafeteria, student support services, art studios, music and athletics. Middle school renovations include an innovation lab and technology classroom, a new studio art room and adjacent graphic arts lab, nursing suite, cafeteria, and a new orchestra/music addition. All lobbies will receive new secure vestibules, greeting stations, and main office updates.
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Special Mention, American Institute of Architects, Westchester Hudson Valley Chapter, 2019
STEAM Classrooms, Innovation Lab, Safety and Security, Cafeteria, Music, Athletics, Art Classrooms