LAFAYETTE, N.Y. -- LaFayette schools are trying to build support for a capital improvement project. Voters will be asked to approve the $12 million plan on October 25th.
Administrators say it will be fully funded by state and federal dollars. Taxpayers in the district will not see an increase because of the plans.
District leaders say the renovations will create a safer environment for everyone.
"We're improving security at all the doors and putting double entries in. And also trying to create a lobby area," said Board of Education President Tom Scofield.
Classrooms will be realigned and the auditorium will be improved as well.
People in the LaFayette School District will head to the polls on October 25th.