Voters in ESM, Liverpool, and Marcellus said yes to three major improvement projects for their schools.
Voters in East Syracuse Minoa approved a project that will spend nearly $50 million on things like upgrading technology, improving safety and security and new outdoor learning and play spaces.
In Marcellus, nearly $10 million will be spent fixing the drainage issues in the basement of Driver Middle School along with it's failing heating system. The track, turf, and lighting at the high school athletic complex will also get improvements.
In Liverpool, voters agreed to add about $6 million more to the Phase 3 renovation project -- first approved in March of 2016. The plan now is to revamp the High School auditorium and music facilities, along with the Gym, Locker Rooms, and Wellness Center.
None of the projects approved will raise taxes.