Building a School Budget for the Future
Developing the annual school budget proposal is a year-round process that involves the Gloversville Board of Education and district and school leaders. On the third Tuesday of each May, that process culminates when residents go to the polls to vote on a school budget proposal for the following year and to elect Board of Education members. Visit this Web page throughout the school year for updates on the annual school budget development process.
2015-16 BUDGET NEWS AND INFORMATION
2015-16 budget vote and board of education election set for Tueday, May 19
Polls will be open for the 2015-16 GESD budget vote and board election from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Gloversville High School and Bleecker Town Hall. If you have a question about where to vote contact the district office at 775-5706. For m ore information about the proposed 2015-16 budget view the budget newsletter, which was mailed to each home in the district.
View 2015-16 public hearing budget presentation
A public hearing on the proposed 2015-16 GESD budget was held Tuesday, May 5. in the Gloversville Middle School Auditorium. Assistant Superintendent Steven Schloicka's budget presentation from the hearing is available for download.
Public hearing on proposed 2015-16 budget set for May 5
A public hearing on the proposed 2015-16 budget will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, in the Gloversville Middle School Auditorium. The public vote on the proposed budget is set for Tuesday, May 19.
Four candidates seek Gloversville Board of Education seats
Four candidates have filed petitions and will appear on the ballot May 19 for the Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education election.
Student success at center of proposed 2015-16 budget
The GESD Board of Education April 22 adopted a proposed 2015-16 budget that stays within the state’s tax levy limit and includes several new and expanded initiatives to increase academic success and the graduation rate.
GESD Board of Education adopts 2015-16 budget
The GESD Board of Education Wednesday, April 22 adopted a proposed budget for the 2015-16 school year that stays within the state’s tax levy limit while including several new and expanded initiatives to increase academic success and improve the graduation rate for all students.The public vote on the proposed budget is set for Tuesday, May 19.
State budget includes increase for GESD schools
Following the adoption of the final 2015-16 state budget by the State Legislature April 1, the Gloversville Enlarged School District expects an estimated $1,291,310 increase in state funding, a 3.17 percent increase over the current year.
View 2015-16 instructional budget presentation
On March 24 Assistant Superintendent Steven Schloicka reviewed the proposed 2015-16 GESD instructional budget with the GESD Board of Education.
Dates updated for 2015-16 budget calendar
View 2015-16 non-instructional budget presentation
View the Feb. 24 presentation of the proposed 2015-16 GESD non-instructional budget.
GESD 2015-16 budget presentations underway
The first of three presentations concerning the proposed 2015-16 budget for the Gloversville Enlarged School District began Feb. 24.
Governor says districts will not receive any increase in aid unless Legislature approves proposed reforms
Under the Executive Budget Proposal outlined by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Jan. 21, state funding for schools would increase by $1.1 billion next year – provided that state lawmakers go along with a series of education reforms that he described as “ambitious” in his combined budget address and State of the State message.
Tax cap information
Click here to visit the Statewide School Finance consortium website, which includes an article focusing on school funding and information regarding the New York State property tax cap.
The latest independent audit of the Gloversville Enlarged School District is available for viewing. READ MORE