Budget History

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.
  • Documents:

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.

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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

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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
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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.
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