Adirondack School District Superintendent Edward Niznik says the district is in good shape financially, although they are still waiting for Governor Cuomo to release state aid information to them.

Niznik says they have started a new robotics class in the High School as part of growing STEM education in the district, and barring a drastic reduction in sate aid, Adirondack will not have to cut any programs for the school next year.

Niznik says the district is also in talks to have the Northern New York Community Foundation oversee the school's scholarship investments.

He says the foundation would be able to invest the scholarship money from the school and possibly yield bigger returns, which would lead to more and lasting scholarships available to Adirondack students in the future.

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