The school budget is the biggest investment the community collectively makes with its tax dollars. District leaders work to make the most effective use of resources to benefit students, to develop and manage the budget in a responsible and transparent manner and to be accountable to taxpayers. Each spring the Board of Education adopts a budget for the coming school year for a community vote, which is held on the third Tuesday in May.
District residents will vote May 21 on the 2019-20 school year budget proposal.
- Proposition 2: Voters to decide on $939,400 bus purchase proposition. Learn more about the bus proposition
- Board of Education candidates: Voters will select three board members to fill three 3-year terms. Learn more about the three candidates
- Budget Hearing document: This document, from the May 7 Board of Education meeting has helpful information, including budget summaries and information on the projected tax impact. View the budget hearing document
We’ve compiled some frequently asked questions related to the 2019-20 budget. Learn more
Board adopts budget on April 9
At the April 9 Board of Education meeting, the Board voted to adopt the proposed 2019-20 budget. On May 21, residents will go to the polls to vote on a proposed $102,107,375 budget for the 2019-20 school year. The proposal carries a 1.44 percent tax levy increase and results in an estimated 1.17 percent tax rate increase.
Draft budget presented
At the March 5 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Wiles and Assistant Superintendent Sanders gave a presentation on the draft 2019-2020 Budget.
What are our priorities? What do our students need?
- View the presentation for the 2019-20 Draft Budget for an overview of next year’s priorities. The presentation also includes a review of financial context for budget development, a summary of recommended proposals and what the next steps in the budget development process are.
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