The Poughkeepsie City School District operates and maintains approximately 730,000 SF of classroom, laboratory, administrative, and support space. The facilities are organized in the following grade band configuration:
Smith Early Learning Center – Grades PreK – K (approximate student population: 465)
Gov. Clinton Elementary School – Grades 1 – 5 (approximate student population: 320)
Krieger Elementary School – Grades 1 – 5 (approximate student population: 498)
Morse Elementary School – Grades 1 – 5 (approximate student population: 561)
Warring Elementary School – Grades 1 – 5 (approximate student population: 374)
Poughkeepsie Middle School – Grades 6 – 8 (approximate student population: 903)
Poughkeepsie High School – Grades 9 – 12 (approximate student population: 1110 )
The district also owns and maintains a transportation/facilities building and central administrative buildings.
Capital Improvement Project
At the foundation of the Poughkeepsie City School District’s (PCSD) capital improvement project are five essential goals. These goals are fundamental components of the capital improvement project as they help establish the basis upon which the project is developed. The goals guide the planning, funding, and prioritization of the district’s capital improvement project.
Goal 1: Improving Health/Safety/Welfare ● Security ● Accessibility
Goal 2: Strengthening Facilities Infrastructures
Goal 3: Establishing Efficiencies in Building Utilities
Goal 4: Improving Educational & Program Spaces
Goal 5: Improving School Property Sites
In its commitment to maximizing facilities and resources to provide the most optimal learning environments for students now and in the future, PCSD has aggressively engaged in analyzing its facilities and developing recommendations to achieve the five capital improvement goals outlined in the project.
The following documents provide additional detail on the scope of each of the district’s proposed capital improvement project: