Holley cuts ribbon on ‘new’ school

Contributed Story Posted 4 September 2013 at 12:00 am

Photo courtesy of Holley Central School

HOLLEY – Holley Central School officials as well as local and state elected leaders joined for a ribbon-cutting celebration in front of the junior-senior high school on Tuesday evening. The district is nearly done with about $32 million in capitol improvements to the campus.

Pictured, from left, for the ribbon-cutting include: former Board of Education President John Heise, current board members Robin Silvis, Jack Welch, Norman Knight, Holley Mayor John Kenney, BOE Vice President Kellie Spychalski, State Assemblyman Steve Hawley, BOE President Brenda Swanger, Town of Clarendon Supervisor Dick Moy, Town of Murray Councilwoman Kathy Case, BOE members Sal DeLuca and Anne Winkley, and former board member Dorothy Morgan. Following the ceremony, residents, parents and students toured the campus to see new features including a new light court, library, dining hall and science labs in the junior-senior high school, plus a new bus garage and other upgrades to the schools.