The 2018-2019 Proposed
Mamaroneck School District Budget was adopted by the community
on Tuesday, May 15, 2018.
Thank you to all community members who came out to vote!
- View Entire Budget
- Budget FAQs
- Budget Newsletter
- Overview/Fact Sheet on 2018-2019 Proposed Budget
- April 17 PowerPoint (Budget Overview, Class Size Discussion)
- April 10 PowerPoint (Revenues, Cont'd Class Size Discussion, Budget Recap)
- March 20 PowerPoint (MAS Class Size, plus Technology, Facilities, Transportation, & Administration portions of budget)
- March 13 PowerPoint (Programs, Enrollment-Driven Staff Increases)
- March 6 PowerPoint Presentation (Budget Overview)
- Voter Information
- Absentee Ballot Application
Check out our Budget FAQs, which provide answers to the following questions:
How is the annual school budget proposal developed?
What happens now that the Board has approved the Proposed Budget?
How will this year’s school budget impact my real property taxes?
What accounts for school budget increases?
Why does the District need to increase the budget by 2.84%?
What measures have been taken to control spending?
Is there background Information available regarding the District’s growing enrollment and potential space constraints?
Is there enough space in the buildings to accommodate increased enrollment for September, 2018?
Has the District formulated long term plans to address enrollment increases?
The current 4th Grade cohort has 485 students. Is there enough room for them at Hommocks and what are the plans to handle the increased number of students?
Why does the Budget include a Director of ENL and Dual Language Programs?
What kind of investment in Student Support Services does this Budget represent?
Why do some elementary classes sizes vary from what appears in the published Budget documents? How does the District monitor class size?
What is the tax cap?
Can we compare our budget and tax levy increase to other Westchester districts?
Does exceeding the tax levy cap impact my STAR rebate?
What is the NYS property tax relief credit?
What happens if the Proposed Budget does not pass?
View 3/13 PowerPoint covering the following budget areas:
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Student Support Services, Including Special Education
- Athletics and Co-Curricular Programs
- Enrollment-Driven Staffing Increases
MAMARONECK SCHOOL DISTRICT’S 2018-2019 BUDGET VOTE
& ELECTION OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
Vote is Tuesday, May 15th, 2018
WHO: Open to all registered voters in Larchmont and Mamaroneck. Anyone registered for “general” elections is eligible to vote.
For those who are NOT already registered, you may register any school day between 9 am and 3 pm in the Superintendent’s Office at Mamaroneck High School (see the District Clerk), 1000 W. Boston Post Rd., Mamaroneck. The last day to register to vote is Thursday, May 10th by 4 pm.
To vote, you must be at least 18 years old, an American citizen and a resident of the District for at least 30 days. You may check your registration status by calling District Clerk Joanne Rice, 220-3007.
WHAT: Each year, the Superintendent of Schools presents a Recommended Budget to the Board of Education. The Board spends a few weeks reviewing the budget at public meetings; revisions are made, and then the Board adopts a proposed budget for the community to vote on.
Tuesday, May 15th, 2018
7 am – 9 pm
WHERE: Vote at your local elementary school: Central School, Chatsworth Ave. School, Mamaroneck Ave. School, or Murray Ave. School.
* See below for information on Voting by Absentee.
WHY: The budget is the District’s educational plan. It includes all expenses necessary to operate the school district for the following school year. It covers three areas: Program, Administrative, and Capital expenses.
Special Day Designated to Voter Registration
A special school voter registration day will be held on Wednesday, May 9th at Mamaroneck High School from 7-10 am in the Superintendent’s Office and from 4-8 pm in Rm. N101 at the high school.
Voting by Absentee
If you will not be in the area to vote on election day, you can vote by absentee. Voting by absentee is a two-step process, but an easy one! Click here for an absentee ballot application. After you submit an absentee application, a ballot will be mailed to you.
The last day to obtain an absentee ballot, if it is to be mailed to the voter, is May 8th by 4 pm. The last day to obtain an absentee ballot, if it is to be picked up in person, is May 14th by 4 pm. Absentee ballots are due in the office of the District Clerk by 5 pm, Tuesday, May 15h.
If you will not be in the area to vote on election day, you can vote by absentee. Voting by absentee is a two-step process, but an easy one! Click here for an absentee ballot application. After you submit the absentee application, a ballot will be mailed to you. The last day to obtain an absentee ballot, if it is to be mailed to the voter, is May 8th by 4 pm. The last day to obtain an absentee ballot, if it is to be picked up in person, is May 14th by 4 pm. Absentee ballots are due in the office of the District Clerk by 5 pm, Tuesday, May 15h.
- 2017-18 Proposed Budget (Adopted by the Board of Education on April 18, 2017)
- 2016-2017 Budget ("Proposed" Budget approved by voters on Tuesday, May 17, 2016)
- 2015-2016 Budget ("Proposed" Budget approved by voters on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015)
- 2014-2015 Budget ("Proposed" budget approved by the voters on May 20, 2014)