- Roslyn Middle School
Roslyn School District Budget Vote & Election Tuesday, May 16, 2023
The Roslyn School District’s proposed 2023-2024 budget was adopted by the Board of Education on Tuesday, April 18, 2023. The proposed property tax levy increase of 2.57% is below the tax cap limit of 3.01%, with a spending increase of 4.36%.
The $127,474,805 budget supports the district’s tradition of academic excellence, supports the music, art, athletic, and extra-curricular programs, and will provide for necessary capital improvements, while remaining well below the permissible tax levy limit.
Last year, the district launched a state-of-the-art Bloomberg Terminal financial lab to extend students’ knowledge of the markets; incorporated an Anatomage Table into a multi-grade level science class and pre-med electives; increased security features; upgraded cyber-security monitoring; and completed in progress capital improvements in all school buildings. In the coming year, the proposed budget will provide for an expansion of the athletic program, add exciting new opportunities for elementary and secondary students, upgrade technology, provide apprenticeships, install a security booth at the high school, and sustain and improve infrastructure projects across the district.
Residents are encouraged to click here to review the district’s comprehensive budget plan on the school website.
In addition to the school budget (Proposition 1), the following will also be on the ballot:
Proposition 2 — 2023-2024 budget for the Bryant Library
Proposition 3 — Authorizing financing for new school buses and vans, continuing the district's ongoing program of replacing the oldest vehicles in the district's bus fleet.
Proposition 4 - Authorizing expenditures from two existing Capital Reserve Funds established for the purpose of performing various projects.
Election of two trustees to the Board of Education. The order in which they will appear on the ballot: Leigh Minsky and Meryl Waxman Ben-Levy
Voting will take place on Tuesday, May 16, 2023, from 7am to 9pm at Roslyn High School in the North Gym. Residents should enter the campus via Harbor Hill Road.
To vote, an individual must be a U.S. citizen, 18 years old, a resident of the Roslyn School District for at least 30 days, and registered to vote in advance of election day. Absentee ballots are available. For additional information, please contact District Clerk Nancy Carney Jones at 516-801-5002 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.