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July 1, 2021: The 2021-22 enacted state budget includes language requiring local education agencies, such as school districts, that receive funding from the Federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP-ESSER) to post on their website a plan by school year of how these funds will be spent. Here is Mohonasen’s plan: American Recovery Plan – Grant Funding

May 18, 2021: Voters overwhelmingly approve $56.5 million 2021-22 District Budget: See details here.

April 14, 2021: Board of Education adopts $56.5 million 2021-22 School District Budget: Public vote is May 18. See details here.

April 12, 2021: Assistant Superintendent for Business Christopher Ruberti presented the 2021 Budget Presentation – Budget Adoption at the Board of Education meeting.

March 22, 2021: Assistant Superintendent for Business Christopher Ruberti presented the 2021 Budget Presentation – Operations, Maintenance, Instruction and Revenue at the Board of Education meeting.

March 8, 2021: Assistant Superintendent for Business Christopher Ruberti presented the 2021 BOCES Benefits and General Support Budget at the Board of Education meeting.

February 22, 2021: Assistant Superintendent for Business Christopher Ruberti presented the Tax Levy, Debt Service, Capital Project and Bus Proposition at the Board of Education meeting.

February 8, 2021: Assistant Superintendent for Business Christopher Ruberti presented the Rollover Budget and Tax Cap at the Board of Education meeting.

January 25, 2021: Assistant Superintendent for Business Christopher Ruberti presented the State Budget Update and Tax Cap Review at the Board of Education meeting.

January 11, 2021: Assistant Superintendent for Business Christopher Ruberti presented a Multi-Year Financial Plan 1-11-21 at the Board of Education meeting.

2021-2022 Budget

Total budget: $56,500,000
Spending increase:
 $720,000, 1.29 percent
Tax levy increase: $321,228, 1.10 percent
Capital Project: $3.25 million
Proposition Six buses – $633,000 ($469,686 reimbursable by the state)
Board candidates: Julie Power, Ericka Montagino, Bridget Girard Craver, Margaret “Maggie” Hurne, Elatisha Kirnon and Wade Abbott.

2021-2022-Approved Budget | School Report Card | Fiscal Accountability Statement
Fiscal Transparency Report