The 2022-2023 Budget Newsletter is now available for download. Residents can expect to receive a paper copy in their mailbox in early May.
“More than two years since COVID first impacted our lives, the uncertainty remains. However, we are incredibly proud of the way our school community has stepped up to numerous challenges since March 2020. We recognize that everyone is still dealing with the fallout from the pandemic, so with the significant increase in state aid, as well as federal funding, we feel the best course of action is to offer a 0-percent tax levy increase to our already overburdened taxpayers,” said Superintendent John Carmello. “We are committed to doing what is necessary to continue building on our successes and meeting the needs of all of our students.”