2018 News Archives

Campus has been working with Central Valley CSD on a $73.6 million capital improvement project that will renovate all four district buildings and reconfigure classroom spaces to better accommodate students and academic programs to align with 21st century learning goals.

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Dozens of supporters from nine surrounding school districts attended the groundbreaking of Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Capital Project in Spencerport, NY on Friday, June 17, 2016. The project will be a first for BOCES 2 in its 60-year history. The $29.2 million in enhancements will bring both WEMOCO... READ FULL STORY

Renovations to Adams and Crosby fields at Kenmore - Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District are officially underway today. The field renovations are part of a $52 million capital project that was approved by voters in December 2014.

Campus has been working with Ken-Ton schools since... READ FULL STORY

Thank you to all who supported Team Campus in the 2016 Stroll for Strong Kids to benefit Golisano Children's Hospital. This year we were able to raise $3,857 for this amazing hospital that supports children and their families with the highest quality care.

Through the years, GCH and its... READ FULL STORY

Spring-like temperatures in December have welcomed workers putting in the new playground equipment at Gananda CSD. The playground upgrades are part of a $2.5 million Facilities Preservation and Improvement Project that is nearly complete.

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Oakfield - Alabama CSD cut the ribbon on a new gymnasium floor at the high school. The new floor is part of the district's $17.8 million capital project that kicked off this summer.

"This is a shining achievement of our whole capital project," said Peter Bueler, who is a Social Studies... READ FULL STORY

Penfield CSD's long wait for Friday Night Lights is finally over. In fact, district staff and students were so excited to cut the ribbon on the new stadium lights, they did it twice.

In their first game under the lights, following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 25, the varsity boys... READ FULL STORY

Ellicottville Central School District dedicated its $10,770,000 capital improvement project and cut the ribbon on a new, multi-purpose gymnasium. The new gymnasium also has a stage that will enable it to function as a large group instruction room and auditorium.

The project was developed... READ FULL STORY

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