Senator Dale M. Volker Secures $25,000 For York Central School District

William T. Stachowski

September 27, 2005

(Albany, NY) Senator Dale M. Volker (R-I-C, Depew) today announced that he has secured $25,000 for the York Central School District within the adopted 2005-2006 New York State Budget. This funding will assist the York Central School District with their efforts to expand security enhancements, improvements to summer school academic intervention services, expansion of their computer technology program and a new teacher mentoring program.

"The York Central School District provides an outstanding primary education to our children and the need to continue to invest in our school district is necessary to continue the major educational strides taking place," said Senator Dale M. Volker. "Superintendent Manko, along with administrators and educational professionals working in the York Central School District have been bringing innovative programs which have been proven to improve scores and instill a positive influence for our young people. I am pleased to have secured these additional funds to support the school district’s programs to assist our children real their personal and professional goals."

Thomas J. Manko, Superintendent of the York Central School District said, "We continue to provide the most up-to-date educational programs to ensure that our children receive the best education available. Senator Volker has been a tremendous supporter of securing additional state funding for our school district in order to complement our educational programs and services that have a been extremely successful. These additional state funds will go a long way to further assist our school district in giving our students the education they need and deserve."