Residents of the school district will be asked to vote on an $19.7 million bond to expand facilities. A news release from the district said 40 percent of the cost is reimbursable from the state.

The bond proposition will include a small theater, music wing, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) labs and baseball field upgrades at the high school; bathroom and cafeteria upgrades at the middle school; music and art upgrades and air conditioning in the cafeteria at Davison Avenue; and a multipurpose room extension and ventilation, and cafeteria and bathroom upgrades to Maurice W. Downing Primary School.

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A full list of projects will be available on the district’s website, the news release said.

The vote, which has been approved by the board of education, is Nov. 16 at the Howard T. Herber Middle School.

The district includes a portion of Malverne, Lakeview, Lynbrook, Rockville Centre, West Hempstead and the unincorporated areas of Malverne and North Lynbrook.