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2019-20 Budget

Voters approve the 2019-20 budget

Central Valley School District voters went to polls on Tuesday, May 21 and approved the district’s proposed 2019-20 school budget 262 yes — 29 no. The budget passed with 93.2 percent in favor. Voters also elected Jane North, Matt Darrow, and Jason Sanchez to three-year terms to the board of education. (more details)

Key numbers – 2019-20 budget

  • Total spending—$51,949,184; up 9.37 percent or $4,449,184 compared to the current year
  • Tax levy—$8,600,000; increase of $0 or 0.0 percent
  • Board of education election—three candidates vying for three seats. Jason Sanchez, Matt Darrow, Jane North will appear on the ballot in that order.

Tax levy remains lower than 2012-13

On Tuesday, May 15, residents of the Central Valley School District will go to the polls to vote on the district’s proposed $47,500,000 budget for the 2018-19 school year. The proposal would increase spending 5.61 percent or $2,525,000 more than the current year. This would result in a 1.94 percent or $164,000 tax levy increase. The proposed levy is less than the district’s tax levy limit and will require a simple majority of greater than 50 percent of voters for approval. (Read more about the 2019-20 budget vote)

Required budget information

Required budget information online—New York State law requires that school districts post certain budget information online for the public to review. Below find PDFs of each required report. If you have any trouble accessing the information in the PDFs, please contact the district business office at 315-894-5000, press 6. Copies are also available from the district office.