Discussions about the configuration of the District go back many, many years. In recent history, since early 2017, those discussions began to evolve with an eye to identifying feasible options that are best for our communities and our students. In 2017, the Board authorized H.L. Turner to conduct facilities assessments of all schools except Mt. Caesar, the purpose of which was to help the Board understand the current, short-term, and long-term costs of keeping these buildings operational. In 2018, the Board’s discussions started to take shape and eventually initiated the process that led to the 2019 feasibility study.
Below, you will find links that provide a more detailed history of the process, facilities assessments and the feasibility study itself.
The Board has elected to pursue Option 10, detailed in the November 30, 2020 Addendum to the Feasibility Study.
- Click HERE to view a timeline summary of the process that led to the study and recommendation by the Board. This will be continually updated as the process continues to evolve.
- Click HERE to view the November 30, 2020 Addendum to the Feasibility Study.
To learn more about the Building Aid application process in the State of New Hampshire, please click HERE.
Other relevant documents, including the completed study, can be found below.
March 9th, 2021 Election Day
The polls will be open to voters in their towns of residence on March 9, 2021, as follows:
Fitzwilliam- Town Hall, 11 am - 7 pm
Gilsum- Gilsum Community Center, 1 pm -7 pm
Richmond- Veterans Hall, 11 am -7 pm
Roxbury- Meeting House, 6 pm - 8 pm (7 pm town meeting)
Swanzey- MRMHS Gym, 8 am -7 pm
Troy- Samuel E. Paul Community Center 10 am -7pm