7:00 PM BOE Work Session
SCHOOL TAX BILL INFORMATION
School tax bills have been mailed to Southwestern district residents.
Residents may pay their school tax bills from Aug. 31, 2018, through Oct. 31, 2018 by mail: Southwestern CSD Tax Collector, PO Box 1289, Buffalo NY 14240-1289; in person* at Community Bank N.A., 1 W. Fairmount Ave., Lakewood, NY 14750 or pay your tax bill online with credit card, debit card or EFT here. PLEASE NOTE: THIRD-PARTY ADMINISTRATOR FEES WILL APPLY TO THOSE PAYING ONLINE. ALL OF THIS INFORMATION IS ALSO LISTED ON THE BACK OF YOUR SCHOOL TAX BILL. A PARCEL ID IS REQUESTED WITH PAYMENT. THIS IS ALSO REFERRED TO AS A TAX MAP NUMBER OR AN S/B/L NUMBER.
Make checks, official bank checks, and money orders payable to Southwestern Central School.
*For in-branch payments at Community Bank N.A. only: CASH PAYMENTS OF $1,500 OR GREATER REQUIRE VALID PHOTO IDENTIFICATION.
Please be advised that CAYSEA Contracting Corp. (NYSDOL Asbestos Handling License #59441) shall be performing asbestos abatement activities at Southwestern High School located at 600 Hunt Road, Jamestown, NY 14701 from April 2, 2018 to April 1, 2019. All asbestos abatement areas shall be demarcated via asbestos warning signs and barrier tape.
The abatement involves the removal of the following asbestos containing building materials:
CAYSEA Contracting Corp. contact information: (716) 677-4858 (office) - (716) 677-4868 (fax)
Third party air monitoring shall be performed by: Aurora Environmental, 1850 Davis Road, West Falls, NY 14170, (716) 655-5800, NYSDOL Asbestos License #70444
Kudos to sixth-grader McKenna Bogdanowicz, seventh-grader Logan Hren and eighth-grader Ethan Livingston on being selected as top students at Southwestern Middle School for the last month of the 2017-2018 academic year.
Dozens of sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-graders made the grade.
Kudos to Samuel Krautzman, Ella Fosberg and Braley Lachner.
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The mission of the Southwestern Central School District is to develop students’ potential for positive contributions to society as self-sustaining individuals. To accomplish this mission, the administration and staff will be models in the pursuit of excellence and will provide appropriate learning environments which encourage respect for self, others, school, and community.