Budget 2019-2020

  • Budget Document

    This linked document includes 11 different ways of viewing the proposed budget for 2019-20. Each of the five organizations of the budget (function, object, location, program and administrator) includes both a summary and a line-by-line document. The budget reflects an increase of 2.94% over 2018-19 and includes proposed changes in staffing. The Board of Education finalized the budget on April 16 for presentation to the voters in the annual school budget vote on May 21. The tax levy increase of 1.97% is significantly less than the levy limit of 2.62% and, in fact, is more than 600 thousand dollars less than the district is allowed by law under the levy limit.

    Included in each of the "Summary" and "Line by Line" sections are actual expenditures for 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 as well as the voter approved (current) budget for 2018-19, the proposed budget for 2019-20, and the difference in percentage between the proposed budget and the current budget. The "Detailed" budget includes the actual expenditures for 2017-18, the current budget, and the proposed budget for 2019-20 as well as a description of each item the district plans to purchase under each budget code.

    In addition to the budget numbers, the attached document also includes a narrative describing the functional units of the budget, the School Report Cards, and other reports required by New York State to be made available to the public at least seven days before the Public Budget Hearing which will be held on May 9 as part of the regular Board of Education meeting. Here is a Table of Contents to help you navigate through this document:

    SECTION   Pages
    Narrative   1-30
    Function - Summary   31-32
    Function - Line by Line   33-66
    Object - Summary   67-70
    Object - Line by Line   71-104
    Location - Summary   105-106
    Location - Line by Line   107-136
    Program - Summary   137-138
    Program - Line by Line   139-172
    Administrator - Summary   173-174
    Administrator - Line by Line   175-206
    Detailed Budget   207-386
    School Report Cards:    
        Heights   387-396
        East Hills   397-414
        Harbor Hill   415-430
        Middle School   431-450
        High School   451-474
        District   475-522
    Revenue, Tax Levy & Tax Rate   524
    Property Tax Report Card   525
    3-Part Budget Report   526-527
    Administrative Salary Disclosure   528
    NYS Fiscal Accountability Supplement   529
    NYS Students with Disabilities   530
    Local Gov't. Exempt Impact Report   531
    PILOT Payments   532

     

    BUDGET CALENDAR / PRESENTATION SCHEDULE
    (click on the titles below to view the presentations, which are posted after the date of presentation)

    February 7, 2019
    Draft  Budget Presentation:
    Overview
    / Allison Brown, Superintendent of Schools

    Curriculum & Instruction / Karina Baez, Asst. Supt. for Elementary Instruction;
    Michael Goldspiel, Asst. Supt. for Secondary Education
    Revenue & Tax Cap / Joseph Dragone, Asst. Supt for Business

    March 7, 2019
    Transportation: David Shoob, Supervisor
    Physical Education, Athletics & Health: Michael Brostowski, Director

    Facilities: Thomas Szajkowski, Asst. to the Superintendent for Admin. & Special Projects
    Technology: Jason Lopez, Asst. to the Superintendent for Technology & Security Infrastructure
    Budget Update: Joseph Dragone, Asst. Supt for Business


    April 4, 2019
    Pupil Personnel Services & Special Education: Barbara Schwartz, Director
    Enrollment & Staffing:
    Karina Baez, Asst. Supt. for Elementary Education; Michael Goldspiel, Asst. Supt. for Secondary Education
    Salaries & Benefits: Joseph Dragone, Asst. Supt. for Business
    Budget Update: Joseph Dragone, Asst. Supt. for Business

    April 16, 2019
    Budget Adoption: Board of Education
    Revenue & Tax Rate Projection: Joseph Dragone, Asst. Supt. for Business

    May 9, 2019
    Budget Hearing

    May 21, 2019
    Budget Vote & Trustee Election, at Roslyn High School, North Gym, 7am - 9pm (voters please enter campus on Harbor Hill Road)

Budget Vote Location

  • Voting will be in the new (north) gymnasium at Roslyn High School on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, from 7am to 9pm. Voters are asked to enter the campus on Harbor Hill Road. Staff will direct voters to the parking area near the gym.