From the Hartford Courant article of August 23, 2021:
South Windsor has put more than $100 million into replacing three outdated elementary schools in the past decade, and voters recently approved spending nearly $60 million on a fourth new one.
“Our community made a real investment in our school system. We’ve been very public about knocking down a school and building a brand new one for kids,” Town Manager Michael Manascalco said. “We’ve got good schools, good location. There’s our affordability — it’s a trifecta of all the things you want to have happening.”