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District outlines proposed budget, hears from board candidates at budget hearing

Mohonasen residents to decide on $50.9 million budget on May 16

Board adopts $50,940,000 proposed budget for 2017-18 school year

Mohonasen residents will consider a school budget proposal for the 2017-18 school year on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. View Mohonasen’s 2017-2018 Budget Development Calendar.

For updates on the school budget development process, visit this webpage or attend an upcoming Board of Education meeting. You can sign up for notification of upcoming board meetings by choosing “District and Board of Education News” through your School News Notifier (SNN) account.

Mohonasen’s 2016-2017 budget: $48,365,409.

  • Program Budget 2016-17: $36,101,131 (74.64%)
    The Program Budget includes: The salaries and benefits of all teachers, guidance counselors, aides, monitors, psychologists, nurses, social workers and speech therapists.
  • Capital Budget 2016-17: $6,987,641 (14.45%)
    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 2016-17: $5,276,637 (10.91%)
    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: 0.76 percent
Tax Levy increase: 2.21 percent

Budget vote: Tuesday, May 17, 2016. 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

Voters elected two Board of Education members: Robert Piccirillo (770 votes) and Deborah Escobar (669 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.

If you have any trouble accessing the documents linked from this page, please contact the Communications Office at 356-8250. The FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded here.