|Woods Road School artist's rendering|
21 June 1965 Home News
After the vote, Board President Morton Yeomans was quoted in the Courier News:
"We (the board) are extremely pleased that the citizens recognized the need for an elementary building. If they had not approved this proposal there would have been at least 20 classes on double sessions within the next 2 1/2 years."
|23 March 1966 Home News|
|29 January 1968 Home News|
Woods Road School received its major upgrade - $2.6 million for the new gym, library, computer lab, art room, and five small group-instruction rooms - as part of a $13.4 million district-wide construction referendum that was passed on March 17, 1992.