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January 22, 2018
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Budget & School Taxes


 Voters approve 2017-18 school budget

On Tuesday, May 16, Stillwater residents approved the district's 2017-18 proposed budget with 338 voting in favor and 113 voting against it.

2017-18 budget questions and answers

What's in the proposal? What's different in the proposed budget? What's on the ballot?
All of your answers can be found here!

Stillwater residents to consider $24.5 million budget for 2017-18 school year

On Tuesday, May 16, Stillwater Central School District residents will vote on a proposed $24,529,950 budget for the 2017-18 school year. The board of education unanimously adopted the budget proposal at its meeting on Tuesday, April 11.

2017-18 state budget includes $1.1 billion education funding increase, preserves Foundation Aid formula

On Sunday, April 9, New York lawmakers approved a 2017-18 state budget that calls for an overall increase in education funding of $1.1 billion, or 4.4 percent.

School Budget 101 Fact Sheet

Each year, school boards in New York must develop a balanced school budget proposal for the following school year and put it to a public vote on the third Tuesday in May. Check out this simple, graphic fact sheet (PDF) that helps explain what it takes to balance the annual school budget.

Governor releases Executive Budget Proposal

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo presented a state budget proposal Jan. 17 that includes a $1 billion increase in overall funding for the state's schools in the 2017-18 school year. READ MORE ABOUT THE EXECTIVE BUDGET

General information about voting on Stillwater's school budget

On the third Tuesday of each May, residents from across New York State go to the polls to vote on the annual school district budget and to elect members of the Board of Education. learn more

Be an advocate for Stillwater students

Elected officials need to hear from the people that are most directly impacted by their decisions year after year — the students, parents, employees, residents, community groups and business owners of Stillwater. Becoming an advocate for education is not as hard as you might think. Anyone can become involved, at any level they choose. learn more

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