District Budget - Proposed School Budget

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    LOOKING TO THE FUTURE...

    As we look into the future, all our decisions will be based on providing a world class education to our students and keeping them competitive in the global market. Students’ innovation and a love for learning starts at a young age with parents and teachers. Our focus will be on great teachers and staff, great curriculum, great instruction, great STEaM environments, up to date facilities (Capital Projects), and solid financial planning. 


    When all these come together in a safe and caring environment, the students will collaborate and come up with out of this world solutions.


    2016-2017 Proposed Budget to the voters


    Cuba-Rushford Central School District residents will vote Tuesday, May 17 on a proposed $20,524,282 spending plan for the 2016-2017 school year. The proposed plan calls
    for a -$339,309 or a 1.6% decrease in spending over the current year’s budget. If approved, the budget would keep the tax levy increase at 0%, which is below the Tax Levy Limit Calculation increase of .5% allowable by the State of New York.  Newsletter below.


    ON THE BALLOT...

    Proposition No. 1 - Proposed Budget.

    Proposition No. 2 - The establishment of a Repair Reserve Fund in the amount of $200,000.

    Proposition No. 3 - The Rushford Free Library is looking for support increase in the amount of $200.

    Proposition No. 4 - Cuba Circulating Library is looking for support increase in the amount of $3,394.


    The Board of Education, our educators and I want to thank you for your collective support throughout the last six months as we went through the budget development process, a preliminary budget presentation in February, two budget hearings in April and May both in the towns of Rushford and Cuba, and the budget vote.

    Wishing you well!

    Joseph Wright has been a loyal board member who has served 2 terms on the CRCS BOE. Joe has 3 sons; Kody and Brock who are CRCS graduates and Trevor who is a senior at CRCS. We are sorry to see Joe leave the board, but wish him well in his new endeavors. “Thank you for the service to your community...we will all miss you Joe!”

    Ed Zalar, President BOE

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