EDGEWATER, N.J. -- At her recent annual State of the District address, Edgewater Schools Superintendent Kerry Postma announced the school district will continue to expand its technology offerings, improve curriculums to meet new standards, strengthen security and upgrade infrastructure in the year ahead, according to a story on northjersey.com.
With current enrollment totaling 915 — about 500 at the lower elementary George Washington School and 400 at the Eleanor Van Gelder School — and projected to climb to 1,167 by the 2019-20 school year, the Board of Education this year will revisit plans to build a three-story addition to the upper elementary school, north jersey.com said.
A referendum to fund the project was originally scheduled for December but postponed due to financial considerations, north jersey.com said.
However, the district is moving ahead with smaller improvements, including renovations to three or four classrooms at the school this summer, ongoing updates to the auditorium and HVAC system and the installation of a generator, north jersey.com said.
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