Residents in the Penfield school district will vote on a capital project today to decide whether to approve small-scale expansions to two elementary schools and the school district office.
The renovations, in part, will help accommodate the addition of full-day kindergarten in the 2012-13 school year.
State law requires handicap-accessible bathrooms to be installed in all kindergarten classrooms, so two new bathrooms will be added to Indian Landing Elementary.
At Harris Hill Elementary, four existing offices will be converted into one kindergarten classroom, and the art room will be relocated to make room for a second kindergarten classroom.
The district approved implementing full-day kindergarten in June after a committee was formed to research the pros and cons of such a program.