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2021-2022 Budget Information

 Last Updated 12/5/2020

As information becomes available, links will become active.     


Welcome to the Carle Place UFSD 2021-2022 budget information webpage. This page is designed to provide Carle Place School District residents with budget information in a transparent manner. The budget that is presented initially is one that is prepared by district administrators with direction from the Board of Education. However, with Board and community input, the budget that is adopted in the Spring is ultimately that of the Board of Education.

Please check back often as the information contained on this webpage will change as the budget development process continues. 

Questions about the budget may be addressed to either:

Dr. Christine Finn, Superintendent of Schools at 622-6575 or cfinn@cps.k12.ny.us

TBD, Asst. Supt. for Business at 622-6451

Any member of the Board of Education


 

 Propositions  Tax Levy Cap Information
 Quick Facts  Expenditure Information
 Budget Meetings & Dates to Remember  Other Required Publications
 Revenue Information  
 Budget Newsletter 2021  

QUICK FACTS

The 2021-2022 budget, current Version 3A.1, as adopted by the Board of Education, totals: $51,594,676.

    This represents a 0.99%  change from the current year budget.

The estimated 2021-2022 Tax Levy is: $44,578,542.

     This represents a 1.43% change from the current year tax levy.

The Allowable Maximum Tax Levy Under the Tax Cap is currently:  $44,578,542 or a  1.43% change. The estimated tax levy is at the allowable amount.

For additional information and details, including information on the tax cap, please see below.

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PROPOSITIONS

SAMPLE BALLOT

PROPOSITION 1: 2021-2022 BUDGET   

Residents will be asked to vote on the proposed 2021-2022 budget. Details of the proposed budget can be found on this web page.

PROPOSITION 2: Authorization to Use Capital Reserve Funds

Shall the Board of Education of the Carle Place Union Free School District be authorized to expend from the Capital Reserve Fund, known as the District-wide Equipment, Renovations, Reconstruction, and Construction Reserve Fund 2017 , which was established on May 16, 2017 (“Reserve Fund”) pursuant to Section 3651 of the Education Law, for the following capital improvements: Phase II exterior renovation and reconstruction costs at the Cherry Lane School (six classrooms), generator and alarm control and disconnect fuel oil system districtwide, install new sewer main at the Carle Place MS/HS, and any ancillary or related work required in connection with such projects; and to expend from the Reserve Fund therefor, including preliminary costs and costs incidental thereto, in an amount not to exceed the estimated total cost of One Million Eight Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand ($1,875,000) Dollars.


PROPOSITION 3: ELECTION OF TWO (2) BOARD MEMBERS

The term of Mr. Joseph LoCurto and Mr. Neal McLaughlin  ends on June 30, 2021. Residents will be asked to vote for the election of two (2) members to the Board of Education for a three year term commencing on July 1, 2021.

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BUDGET MEETINGS & DATES TO REMEMBER

 

All meetings are held at 8PM in the Barry Dennis Memorial Conference  Room, unless otherwise indicated.

Presentations and Budget Details  will be made available by clicking the link.     

  • February 11th

Preliminary Overview-Presentation

  • February 25th

Districtwide expense presentation

Districtwide Expense Presentation-Budget Details: Districtwide, BOCES, Benefits, Facilities & Operations, Debt Service, Transportation

  • March 11th

Special Education & Pupil Personnel Services Presentation-Budget Details

Presentation

 

Instructional and Building Presentation-Budget Details: Cherry Lane, Rushmore, MS/HS

Presentation

 

  • March 25th

Technology Presentation-Budget Details

Presentation

 

Fine & Performing Arts-Budget Details

Presentation

 

Athletics-Budget Details 

Presentation

 

  • April 8th-Budget Adoption
  • May 6th-Annual Budget Hearing/Meet the Candidates 
  • May 18th, 6AM to 9M-Budget Vote & BOE Trustee Election (Girls Gym) 

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REVENUE INFORMATION

 


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TAX LEVY CAP INFORMATION

The tax levy cap legislation continues to effect school district budgets, including the 2021-2022 school year (this proposed budget).

It is important to note that the cap is on the growth in the tax levy (the amount of taxes collected to run the district) and not a cap on tax rates or individual tax bills. Tax bills will fluctuate, up or down, in amounts that may exceed 2%.

The information presented here is designed to provide residents with the components of the actual calculation for Carle Place UFSD. Changes to the maximum tax levy amount may have a direct impact on the proposed budgeted expenditures, absent any additional revenue sources (i.e. state aid).

The tax levy cap also sets budget approval requirements. A proposed budget with a resulting tax levy at or below the cap requires only a simple majority for approval. A proposed budget that exceeds the cap requires a 60% majority of voters for approval.

The following are reproduced with permission from Capital Region and Questar III BOCES:

 

Calculation of Carle Place UFSD Maximum Allowable Levy 

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EXPENDITURE INFORMATION

2021-2022 Annual Report on Budget Development

2021-2022 Budget -  Summary and Details


 

2021-2022 Budget -  3 Part Format - This format is required by NYS law and reports budgeted expenditures in 3 categories, namely administrative, program (instructional) and capital.

Budget Analysis - The links below will bring you to the 2021-2022 budget in formats that allow for a different view of budgeted expenditures. The budget is grouped in two different formats, by building and by function. The budget is further delineated by the type of expense, i.e. payroll, benefit, supply, contractual, BOCES, textbook and other costs.

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OTHER REQUIRED PUBLICATIONS

In accordance with NYS law, the following additional documents are required to be provided to district residents:

Links to these documents will become active as the information becomes available. 


School District Report Card Information (Current is for 2019-2020 School Year)

 

 


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