Voters approve 2019 Capital Project

Voters in the Florida Union Free School District have approved the 2019 Capital Project. Here are the unofficial results of the Feb. 26 vote: 187 “yes” ballots cast 112 “no” ballots cast The $7,985,804 million capital improvement project will address necessary building repairs, enhances learning spaces, and make Golden Hill Elementary and S.S. Seward Institute …

Dana Castine, FUFSD Director for Math, Science, and Technology, inducted into NYSCATE Volunteer Hall of Fame

Dana Castine, the Florida Union Free School District’s Director for Math, Science, and Technology, has been recognized by the New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE) for her contributions to her profession and to the association. Ms. Castine has been inducted NYSCATE’s Volunteer Hall of Fame during the association’s winter conference, …

Learn about the Capital Project at PTA/PTSA meeting Thursday, Feb. 21

Information about the 2019 Capital Project will be presented 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21 at a public forum hosted by the Golden Hill PTSA and the S.S. Seward Institute PTA. This special joint meeting will be held at Golden Hill Elementary School. All are welcome to attend. On Tuesday, Feb.  26, 2019 residents of the Florida …

2019 Capital Project goes before district voters Tuesday, Feb. 26

On Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019 residents of the Florida Union Free School District will vote on a proposed $7,985,804 million capital improvement project which addresses necessary building repairs, enhances learning spaces, and makes Golden Hill Elementary and S.S. Seward Institute safer and more secure. After months of research and consideration, key repairs and improvements were …

Golden Hill Principal’s Corner, February 2019

Hello everyone! February is a happening month at Golden Hill Elementary! We actually reach our 100th day of school around Feb. 19. (depending on the weather!) Some more of our exciting accomplishments: We were so fortunate to have authors do Google ‘hangouts’ with our students for World Read Aloud Day. They were: Beth Ferry, author …

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