During the April 21 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent John Carmello presented Draft 4 of the 2020-2021 district budget. With a $2.9 million gap due to the COVID-19 crisis, the school district is forced to cut 25 positions.
During the March 4 Board of Education Meeting, Superintendent John Carmello presented Draft 2 of the 2020-2021 Troy City School District Budget. Residents will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 19 to vote on the proposed budget. The final tax cap for the Troy City School District is 2.13 percent. Draft 2 of the budget totals $116,369,737. This draft maintains all current staff and programs. Click the link above for more information.
Troy City School District residents have approved a $114,174,990 budget for the 2019-2020 school year. The unofficial results of the budget vote are 561 (yes) to 141 (no). Anne Wager-Rounds and Ann Apicella have been re-elected to the Board of Education. Ebony Pompey-Conway has also been elected.
During the April 3 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent John Carmello presented Draft 3 of the 2019-2020 proposed budget. Thanks to an increase in State Aid over the Governor’s proposal, the District will be able to add needed supports for the first time in several years while staying below the tax cap of 1.89 percent. The $114,174,990 proposed budget includes a tax levy increase of 1 percent. The Board will adopt the proposed budget on April 16. The community will vote on the proposed budget on May 21.
Troy City School District residents have approved a $111,893,389 budget for the 2018-19 school year. Three candidates were elected to the Board of Education, including one incumbent. The unofficial results of the budget vote are 480 (yes) to 139 (no). This budget will result in a 1.54-percent tax levy increase – a figure that is $123,282 below the allowable tax cap.