District Wide Safety Plan Comment Notice
Education Law 2801-a requires that "Each board of education, chancellor or other governing body shall make each district-wide safety plan available for public comment at least thirty days prior to its adoption. Such district-wide plans may be adopted by the school board only after at least one public hearing that provides for the participation of school personnel, parents, students and any other interested parties. Each district shall file a copy of its district-wide safety plan with the commissioner and all amendments to such plan shall be filed with the commissioner no later than thirty days after their adoption.
External Audit Reports
2021 Financial Statements
2021 Report to Those Charged with Governance
2020 Financial Statements
2020 Report to Those Charged with Governance
2019 Financial Statements
2019 Report to Those Charged with Governance
2018 Financial Statements
2018 Report to Those Charged with Governance
2017 Financial Statements
2017 Report to Those Charged with Governance
2021 Bethune Certificate of Occupancy
2020 Lanza Certificate of Occupancy
2020 Respite Certificate of Occupancy
Smart Schools Bond Act
The SMART SCHOOLS BOND ACT (SBBA) OF 2014 was passed in the 2014-15 Enacted Budget and approved by the voters in a statewide referendum held during the 2014 General Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. The Smart Schools Bond Act authorized the issuance of $2 billion of general obligation bonds to finance improved educational technology and infrastructure to improve learning and opportunity for students throughout the State.
Click the link below to view Greenburgh Eleven's draft Smart Schools Investment Plan posted for public review and comments.
Greenburgh Eleven Smart Schools Investment Plan
PUBLIC NOTICE: NOTICE OF POTENTIAL DISCLOSURE OF STUDENT RECORDS
New York State Comptroller's Audit
Lead Testing In Schools
THE NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATURE RECENTLY PASSED A BILL (A10740/S8158) WHICH REQUIRES THE DEPARTMENT TO DEVELOP REGULATIONS TO REQUIRE ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND BOARDS OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (BOCES)—COLLECTIVELY, “SCHOOLS”—TO TEST ALL POTABLE WATER OUTLETS FOR LEAD CONTAMINATION, AND TO TAKE RESPONSIVE ACTIONS. GOVERNOR CUOMO SIGNED THE PROPOSED LEGISLATION, AND THE DOH ADOPTED EMERGENCY REGULATIONS, TITLED LEAD TESTING IN SCHOOL DRINKING WATER -10 NYCRR SUBPART 67-4 (SUBPART 67-4), ON SEPTEMBER 6, 2016.
CONSISTENT WITH THE LAW, LEAD TESTING WAS COMPLETED IN THE BETHUNE, LANZA AND CRISIS RESIDENCE BUILDINGS ON SEPTEMBER 24TH. WE HAVE THE TEST RESULTS WHICH ARE POSTED HERE FOR YOUR REVIEW AS REQUIRED BY LAW.
CLICK ON THE LINK TO VIEW.
GREENBURGH ELEVEN LEAD TESTING RESULT.