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Budget/Bond 2024-2025

 

The 2024-25 School Budget, Bond I: Capital Improvement Project, and Bond II: HVAC propositions, as well as the Capital Reserve Fund, have been approved. 

Please see the results below:

Proposition I School District Budget:
 Yes: 1,541
 No:  428

Bond Proposition I: Capital Improvement Project
 Yes: 1,455
 No: 500

Establishment of a Capital Reserve Fund
 Yes: 1,509
 No: 455

Bond Proposition II: HVAC
 Yes: 1,430
 No: 515

Board of Education Results (three seats):
Victoria Molloy: 1,464
Matthew Gropper: 1,235
Daniel Tomaszewski: 1,319
Frederick (Fritz) Rensing: 644

Congratulations to incumbents Victoria Molloy and Daniel Tomaszewski on their re-election, as well as and newly elected trustee Matthew Gropper!

Thank you to the Longwood community for your continued support!

On Tuesday, May 21, in addition to our annual school district budget, the Longwood community will have the opportunity to vote on an exciting Capital Improvement Project that will not only serve to maintain and upgrade our school district’s facilities but also to expand upon opportunities for every one of our students to thrive and reach their true potential. 

The video below encapsulates the heart of what it means to be a part of our amazing Longwood community and our commitment to ensuring that our students have the very best educational experiences in the learning environments they deserve. From updating our facilities to providing greater access to college and career readiness programs, every aspect of this plan is designed to empower Every One…..Every Day!

Together, as we commit to investing in future generations to lead our community forward, we continue to build a legacy of excellence and opportunity that will certainly leave a lasting impact on the Longwood community for years to come.

To view the 2024-2025 Budget/Bond brochure in English, click here, and for Spanish, click here.

 

Capital Improvement Project

Budget Development

Board of Education Candidates

The PTA Council submitted the following questions to board candidates to provide information and goals.

All profiles listed below were submitted before the April 5 deadline and have been shared without editing.

Each candidate has submitted a Candidate Nominating Petition to the District Clerk and is listed as appearing on the ballot. School board members serve three-year terms and receive no pay or benefits for their services. 

Voting Information