Budget Information

  • The school budget is the biggest investment the community makes with its tax dollars. District leaders work to make the most effective use of resources to benefit students, to develop and manage the budget in a responsible and transparent manner and to be accountable to taxpayers.

    2022-23 budget

    On Tuesday, May 17, voters approved the $23.9 million budget proposal.

    • Budget total: $23,923,743
    • Budget increase: $875,781
    • Tax levy increase: 1.99%

    2022-23 budget work sessions

    • Jan. 13, 2022, 7 p.m. (regular BOE meeting)
    • Feb. 23, 2022, 7 p.m. (regular BOE meeting)
    • March 3, 2022, 7 p.m.
    • March 10, 2022, 7 p.m. (regular BOE meeting)
    • April 14, 2022, 7 p.m. (regular BOE meeting)
    • May 3, 2022, 7 p.m. (budget hearing and regular BOE meeting)
    • May 17, 2022, 12-8 p.m. (budget vote and BOE election)

    Budget development calendar

    Fall

    • Review enrollment data, facilities and related needs, building allocations and needs, district staffing and long-range budgetary plans
    • Present budget development calendar to the Board of Education for adoption
    • Administrators review staffing, facility, construction, budget allocations and special needs requests


    Winter

    • Departments review their budgets, staffing and long-range needs
    • Present preliminary budget forecast and budget assumptions and review the governor’s executive budget proposal
    • Budget presentations and work sessions


    February

    • Board candidate petitions available


    March

    • Final review of budget proposal by Board of Education


    April

    • Legal ads published for annual meeting (45 days prior to vote)
    • Budget adoption by statutory deadline
    • Board candidate petitions due by statutory deadline
    • Property tax report card due to SED and newspaper
    • Publicize budget information and hold budget informational meetings


    May

    • Budget Hearing held 7-14 days before vote
    • Mail budget notice after budget hearing, but no later than six days before vote
    • Budget vote and board election


    STAR program

    Homeowners who meet certain eligibility requirements through the New York State School Tax Relief Program (STAR) can have a portion of their home’s assessed value exempt from school property taxes. Learn more about the STAR program.

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