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District Budget Information

2017-2018 budget information

 

March 28 Budget Meeting Cancelled

The South Colonie Board of Education budget development workshop scheduled for Tuesday, March 28, has been cancelled. 

Board of Education Adopts 2017-18 Budget Development Calendar

The South Colonie Board of Education has adopted its budget development calendar for the 2017-18 school year. calendar (pdf)

2016-2017 budget information

 

School Tax Rebates Changes for New York Homeowners in 2016-17

New York State offers a variety of property tax relief programs, but many changes are in store for 2016-17. The "School tax rebates change for New York Homeowners in 2016-17" factsheet highlights information regarding three property tax relief programs: Property Tax Relief Credit, STAR Credit and Property Tax Freeze Credit. factsheet (pdf)

Residents Approve 2016-17 District Budget, School Bus Proposition and Elect Board Members

South Colonie Central School District residents went to the polls today (May 17) and approved a $98.66 million budget for the 2016- 2017 school year, the lease of five new school buses and elected two members to the Board of Education. full story

important budget advocacy information

 

advocacy toolkitHow Do I Advocate For My Schools and South Colonie Children?

School districts across New York including South Colonie are making devastating cuts to educational programs as they adjust to rising costs that are outpacing revenue. This trend of reductions cannot continue without threatening the quality – and equality – of the education available to all students. Community advocates must speak up now, on behalf of their students and their schools, or risk losing the high level of local public education that they’ve come to expect. Click on our toolkit logo to find out how. Your state representatives in South Colonie are Senator Neil Breslin (455-2225) and Assembly Phil Steck (455-5931) and your Governor is Andrew Cuomo (474-8390). Please do it today!

 

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