AS OF MAY 19, 2020
This linked document includes 11 different ways of viewing the proposed budget for 2020-21. 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 1.89% over 2019-20 and includes all proposed changes in staffing. The proposed tax levy increase of 1.83% is significantly less than the levy limit of 3.58% and, in fact, is more than 1.6 million 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 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19 as well as the voter approved (current) budget for 2019-20, the proposed budget for 2020-21, and the difference in percentage between the proposed budget and the current budget. The "Detailed" budget includes the actual expenditures for 2018-19, the current budget, and the proposed budget for 2020-21 as well as a description of each item the district plans to purchase under each budget code.
Here is a table of contents to help you navigate through this budget document:
SECTION Pages Narrative Description of Budget Function Codes 2 Budget Documents Function Summary 32 Function Detail 34 Object Summary 63 Object Detail 65 Location Summary 95 Location Detail 96 Program Summary 122 Program Detail 124 Administrator Summary 153 Administrator Detail 154 Detailed Budget 180 School Report Card 354 Other Required Reports Estimated Revenues, Tax Levy and Tax Rate 433 Property Tax Report Card 434 Three Part Budget 437 Administrator Salary Disclosure 439 Fiscal Accountability Summary 440 Information about Students with Disabilities 444 Exemption Impact Report 446 PILOT Impact Statements 447
BUDGET CALENDAR / PRESENTATION SCHEDULE
(click on the titles below to view the presentations)
February 6, 2020
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 12, 2020
Update: Joseph Dragone, Asst. Supt for Business
June 1, 2020
Budget Hearing, 6:00pm by remote video access
June 9, 2020
Budget Vote & Trustee Election, by mail-in ballot only. There will be no in-person voting. Qualified voters will be sent a ballot in the mail. Ballots must be received by June 9, 2020 at 5:00pm.
Budget Vote for 2020-21
Voting for the 2020-21 school budget will be by mail-on ballot only. There will be no in-person voting. Every qualified voter will received a ballot by mail with a postage-paid return enveloped. Ballots must be received by the district clerk by 5:00pm on Tuesday, June 16, 2020.
The canvassing of ballots will be streamed live: http://stream.roslynschools.org/