2021-22 school budget development

school budget clip artVisit this page often for information on the development of the district’s proposed 2021-22 school budget  

Do you have a budget question? Please email it to: budgetquestions@minisink.com 

May 14: Reminder: Proposed school budget vote and Board of Education election is Tuesday, May 18 from noon to 9 p.m.

May 12: Superintendent Monahan’s presentation on the proposed 2021-22 school budget and bus proposition

May: 10:  2021-22 school budget Q&As

May 7:  District newsletter detailing proposed 2021-22 school budget is in the mail

April 26: Public budget hearing for proposed 2021-22 school budget is Thursday, May 6 at Minisink Valley Middle School’s auditorium at 6 p.m.

April 22:  Board of Education adopts proposed $102,250,169 budget for the 2021-22 school year; residents to vote on May 18

March 26: To view the presentation given by Assistant Superintendent Patrick Witherow at the March 25 Board of Education Finance Committee meeting on the proposed budgets for Transportation,  Debt Service,  Interfund Transfers, Payroll,  Employee Benefits, a summary of the proposed budget and the proposed Bus Proposition, visit: BoardDocs.

March 11: To view the presentation given by Assistant Superintendent Patrick Witherow at the March 11 Board of Education Finance Committee meeting on the proposed budgets for Human Resources, Operations and Maintenance, BOCES Instructional Program, Miscellaneous Instructional Codes, Pupil Personnel Services/Registrar, Audio Visual, Technology/District-wide and the proposed Bus Proposition,  visit Board Docs.

Feb. 25: To view the presentation given by Assistant Superintendent Patrick Witherow at the Feb. 25 Board of Education Finance Committee meeting on the proposed budgets for Minisink Valley Elementary. Otisville Elementary, Minisink Valley Intermediate School,, Minisink Valley Middle School, Minisink Valley High School and Interscholastic Athletics, visit BoardDocs.

Feb. 4: To  view the presentation given by Assistant Superintendent Patrick Witherow at the Feb. 4 Board of education Finance Committee meeting on the proposed budgets for the Board of Education, Central Administration, Professional Development, Gifted and Talented, Finance, Legal/Records Management, Printing and Mailing, Data Processing, Insurance/Special Items and Personnel/Records Management, visit BoardDocs.