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Mohonasen’s 2018-2019 budget: $53,065,000

  • Program Budget 2018-19: $38,201,473 (71.99%)
    The Program Budget includes: The salaries and benefits of all teachers, guidance counselors, aides, monitors, psychologists, nurses, social workers and speech therapists.
  • Capital Budget 2018-19: $9,201,065 (17.34%)
    The Capital Budget includes: Debt service on buildings; bus purchases; tax certiorari and court-ordered costs; and operations and maintenance costs including custodial staff.
  • Administration Budget 2018-19: $5,662,462 (10.67%)
    The Administrative Budget includes: The salaries and benefits of all professional members who spend 50 percent or more of their time in administration and supervision. Also included are: clerical staff; public information; curriculum development and supervision; research, planning and evaluation; legal services; and school board-related costs.

Spending increase: 4.17 percent
Tax Levy increase: 3.21 percent

Budget vote: Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Passed with 698 yes votes and 368 no votes, a margin of 65 percent

Bus proposition: $470,000 to purchase three full-size, 72-passenger buses and three 33-passenger buses.
Bus vote: 749 yes votes, 320 no votes

Voters elected three Board of Education members: Patrick Ryan (773 votes); Pamela Young (723 votes); and Wade Abbott (645 votes)

2018-19 Budget Process

Budget vote: Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Budget Development Timeline

District outlines proposed budget, hears from board candidates at public hearing (May 10, 2018)

Learn about proposed budget, board candidates at May 7 forum (May 3, 2018)

Board adopts $53.1 million proposed spending plan (April 20, 2018)

Preliminary proposed 2018-19 spending plan may eliminate up to 12 positions, keeps tax levy at limit (March 28, 2018)

District faces $900,000 gap as board gets first look at budget picture (Jan. 26, 2018)

Governor unveils executive budget, school aid proposals (Jan. 25, 2018)

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Four candidates running for three seats on Board of Education


Mohonasen’s 2017-2018 budget: $50,940,000

  • Program Budget 2017-18: $37,219,637 (73.07%)
    The Program Budget includes: The salaries and benefits of all teachers, guidance counselors, aides, monitors, psychologists, nurses, social workers and speech therapists.
  • Capital Budget 2017-18: $8,343,765 (16.38%)
    The Capital Budget includes: Debt service on buildings; bus purchases; tax certiorari and court-ordered costs; and operations and maintenance costs including custodial staff.
  • Administration Budget 2017-18: $5,376,598 (10.55%)
    The Administrative Budget includes: The salaries and benefits of all professional members who spend 50 percent or more of their time in administration and supervision. Also included are: clerical staff; public information; curriculum development and supervision; research, planning and evaluation; legal services; and school board-related costs.

Spending increase: 5.32 percent*
Tax Levy increase: 2.83 percent

Budget vote: Tuesday, May 17, 2017. Passed with 1,030 yes votes and 421 no votes, a margin of 71 percent

Bus proposition: $560,000 to purchase five full-size, 66-passenger buses.
Bus vote: 1,041 yes votes, 405 no votes

Budget Statement and Associated Materials

Budget Issues & Fact Sheets

Click on the links below to learn more about the major budget issues affecting our schools.

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