In 2012, Glens Falls City School District residents approved a $9.9 million capital improvement project to upgrade technology throughout the district, including:
- $5.2 million of district-wide technology improvements, including wireless infrastructure in each building;
- security cameras and door access control;
- new data wiring; and
- installation of an internet protocol telephone system.
Each school’s library was updated into a “media center,” by reabsorbing the computer lab space into the overall library floor plan, and redeploying computer technology as portable laptops and/or tablets. The project upgraded technology infrastructure that was more than a decade old, and four generations behind industry standards.