Budget and Finance

2021-22 School Budget

The school budget process culminates Tuesday, May 18, 2021, when all qualified, registered district residents can cast their ballots in the school budget and Board of Education election.

Residents will be considering a $43,140,237 budget that would not raise the local property tax levy.

What's on the ballot

In addition to voting on the 2021-22 school budget, residents will elect two candidates for the Board of Education, each for three-year terms. Jason Gagnon is seeking election to the Board, and both Aimee Yorke and Dominga Lent are seeking reelection. All nominations for Board of Education seats are considered “at large” rather than for a specific seat.

How to vote

Voting will take place both in person on May 18, 2021, between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. at C-R High School, and also via absentee ballot.

More information about how to apply for and cast an absentee ballot can be found here: Absentee ballot application information.

2021-22 budget news

2021-22 budget documents
Fiscal summary
Administrative salary disclosure
Consolidated adopted budget
Line-item budget
Budget notice
Local government exemption impact report (PILOT)
Exemption Impact Report (Montgomery County)
Exemption Impact Report (Otsego County)
Exemption Impact Report (Schoharie County)
Property tax report card
Budget newsletter

School Report Cards
High School

Budget 101

Voter information - Learn more about who is eligible to vote.

Tax information - Find your town's tax rate and get more information on STAR program, Tax Levy Limit, and Equalization Rates

Creating a Budget - Learn more about the budget development process and the factors that go into creating a school budget.

In New York state, local school boards must annually develop a balanced school budget proposal and put it up for a public vote on the third Tuesday in May. Click on the image below for a timeline of the process.