Now that the districts are moving forward, the next step is for guidance counselors from both districts to meet and come up with electives that would be of interest to the students.
The Superintendent of Remsen Central Schools says the goal is to start small, and select one course from each school.
The Superintendent of Adirondack Central Schools says the focus of shared services is to enhance education for the students by using "Distance Learning."
This is where groups of students from both schools would have the chance to take a class together online.
That would allow the students to share a teacher without having to be transported to different locations.
"One period we may be transmitting to Adirondack for example Music Industry, and then another period Adirondack may be transmitting to us...so it's just two periods that would be blocked in the day that those were going to be shared courses," said Joanne Shelmidine.
The districts will also be accommodating both bell schedules, and Shelmidine says it may mean students will have two minutes instead of three to get to class.