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Budget History

2020-21 School Year Budget Summary & Information

  • 2020-21 Budget: $37,464,080
  • Budget Increase: 3.4 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 2.6 percent
  • BOE Election: Voters elected Bernie Buff and Jack Macica to the Board of Education. Macica will fill the unexpired term of Mike Booth, beginning immediately on June 16, 2020 and expiring on June 30, 2021. Buff’s five-year term will begin on July 1, 2020.
  • Documents:

2019-20 School Year Budget Summary & Information

  • 2019-20 Budget: $36,233,795
  • Budget Increase: 1.95 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 1.67 percent
  • BOE Election: Voters elected Jessica Schwerd and Joanna Crowley to the Board of Education.
  • Final Budget

2018-19 School Year Budget Summary & Information

  • 2018-19 Budget: $35,540,449
  • Budget Increase: 1.98 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 2.042 percent, which is compliant with the district’s maximum allowable tax levy increase of 2.042 percent
  • Highlights:
    • Maintains current programs and services for students
    • Includes funding to create a School Resource Officer (SRO) position
  • BOE Election:
    • Voters elected Robert Thivierge and Matthias Donnelly to the Board of Education.

2017-18 School Year Budget Summary & Information

  • Budget: $34.8 million
  • Spending Increase: 2.10 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 0 percent
Highlights:
  • Maintains current programs and services for students
  • Continues investment in literacy and technology with the continuation of a literacy coach and technology integration specialist.
BOE Election:

Voters elected Michael Bodnar and Stanley Barber to the Board of Education.

2016-17 School Year Budget Summary & Information

  • Budget: $34.1 million
  • Spending Increase: 1.29 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 0 percent
Highlights:
  • Maintains current programs and services for students
  • Increases personnel, including a social studies teacher, a public information specialist/chief
    information officer and a technology integration specialist
  • Expansion of the iPad program
BOE Election:

Incumbent Michael Booth re-elected

2015-16 School Year Budget Summary & Information:

  • Budget:$33.7 million
  • Spending Increase: 2.79 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 1.3 percent
Highlights:
  • Maintains current programs and services for students
  • Restores a music teacher position, a reading teacher position and a social studies teacher position that were eliminated in the past.
BOE Election:
  • Frank Nesbitt elected

    2014-15 School Year Budget Summary & Information:

    • Budget:$32.78 million
    • Spending Increase: 2.24 percent
    • Tax Levy Increase: 1.3 percent
    Highlights:
    • Restores programs and activities that were eliminated in the past, such as Middle School Book Club, Math League at the High School and MathCounts at the Elementary School.
    • iPad initiative will expand to seventh grade
    • Increase enrollment in TEC-SMART Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College Program
    • Increase Elementary School physical education teacher to full time
    BOE Election:
    • Becky King and Jack Macica were elected.