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Smart Schools Bond - Investment Plan First Submission

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Copiague Schools

on 27 September 2016

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Transcript of Smart Schools Bond - Investment Plan First Submission

Future Steps
Next Steps
Kelly Waters Urraro
Technology Committee
Developing the
Preliminary SSIP:
Required Steps for Approval of Investment
1st Submission
Proposed Purchases
Post Preliminary SSIP on website for 30 days
Smart Schools Bond Act
Lindenhurst UFSD
Investment Plan
SSIP Requirements & Timeline
Phase 1: Broadband
Phase 2: Switching
Phase 3: Wi-Fi
Next Steps:
Expenditure not covered by Smart Schools
Installation of classroom technology
Related maintenance costs
Professional Development
Technical Support
Factors to Consider for Future SSIP Submissions:

Future Project Discussions:
 May 2015 – Tech Plan Survey submitted to BOCES
 June 2015 – Formed Smart Schools Bond Committee
 October 2015 – Tech Plan Survey due to NYSED Business Portal
 December 2015 – Preliminary Investment Plan Completed
 February 2016– Present Preliminary Plan to Board of Education for approval
 February 2016– Board Hearing for Plan (February 3rd Board of Ed. Meeting)
 March 2016 – Present Final Plan to Board of Education
 March 2016 – Submit Final Plan to NYSED
 April/May 2016 – Purchase Technologies upon NYSED approval
A collaborative approach
Technology Committee
Feedback of all committee members
Includes all required stakeholders
Evaluate district's immediate technology needs
Dialogue with non-public school representatives
Montessori Kid Esteem
Consultation with architect

Increase internet speed to meet SSIP requirements - 100 Mbps per
1000 students
Infrastructure upgrade
10 GbE per Building
Add additional Access Points, and wiring to increase coverage around the building.
Total Proposed Cost for
1st Submission: $221,000
School Connectivity
Allow for public comment during 30 day period
Send comments to: kwaters@lindenhurstschools.org
Technology Committee to review Final SSIP
Present Final SSIP to Board of Education at March Meeting
Submit Board approved SSIP to NYSED portal
Phase 4: Computers for Testing
(+ Instructional)
Phase 5: Hardware for Classroom
*Finances - District will lay out the money
& be reimbursed in approximately 90 days
from submission.*
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