Assistant Superintendent of Finance John Brucato thinks the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School Board should propose a new $66 million capital project before the end of the year.
Brucato said he thinks the district's finances are healthy enough to vote on a new project in December.
Voters approved a $59 million project in 2009 and $51.6 million plan in 2014.
"We try to forecast what can we afford as a district," said Brucato. "If you look back at prior five-year financial plans, it's looked a lot bleaker."
Board President Jill O'Malley said elementary schools have asked for updates to science, technology, engineering and math spaces.