After a long budget process stretching over many months and a spirited campaign for three seats on the Huntington School Board, the votes have finally been tabulated.
Huntington School District voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15 to cast ballots on the proposed school budget for 2018/19 and two capital reserve fund propositions and to elect three members to the board of education. Voting will be held at Huntington High School from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Huntington School District residents are preparing to go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15 to vote on a spending plan that will fund school operations during the 2018/19 academic year.
When Huntington School District residents go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15, they will be asked to vote on a pair of capital reserve fund propositions in addition to the 2018/19 budget and trustee candidates.
Current Huntington School Board members Christine Biernacki and Thomas DiGiacomo and three challengers will be on the ballot when Huntington School District residents go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15 in the Huntington High School lobby from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The top three finishers will win election to three year terms commencing July 1 and running through June 30, 2021.
The Huntington School Board is closing in on finalizing a budget to fund district operations during the 2018/19 school year. Trustees are expected to adopt the financial plan during a public meeting in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School auditorium on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Huntington School Board members have finalized a capital reserve fund proposition and placed it on the Tuesday, May 15 ballot. If residents approve the proposal it will fund an estimated $7.151 million worth of projects spread across the district. It will not result in any increase in taxes since the monies already exist in a reserve fund established to cover costs with renovation and reconstruction work.
The Huntington School Board will hold a special meeting on Monday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School auditorium. The sole agenda item is to review the already approved capital projects proposition and potentially reconsider what it contains.
Huntington School Board members voted unanimously on Monday night to put a pair of capital reserve fund propositions on the May 15 ballot to cover costs associated with various renovation and repair projects around the district.
The Huntington School Board has begun the long process of finalizing a budget to fund district operations during the 2018/19 school year.
As Huntington School District executives work to complete a draft budget to fund operations during the 2018/19 school year, the business office is busier than ever as numbers get crunched and put on the page.
Huntington School District executives are already working to develop a draft budget plan to fund operations in the 2018/19 school year.
A timeline for next spring’s budget vote and trustee election has been approved by Huntington School Board members. Residents will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. The three-year terms of current trustees Christine Biernacki, Thomas DiGiacomo and Emily Rogan are expiring.
The Huntington School District’s long budget development process culminated on Tuesday with residents approving the 2017/18 financial plan and two capital reserve fund propositions. Trustees Jennifer Hebert and Xavier Palacios were re-elected after running unopposed for new three year terms.
Huntington School District executives devote many months to developing a draft budget plan to fund operations during the following school year.
Budget managers typically submit their draft financial plans to the district’s business office by late November. The following months are spent refining projections for expected revenues and expenses. Staffing estimates are developed based on school and course enrollments. Principals and department leaders present their respective budgets to the central administration in January.
A working budget is presented to trustees in February. Once the draft budget is finalized, trustees review each line of the plan during a series of budget meetings. The public is welcome to attend these sessions and is given an opportunity to address trustees.
All of the superintendent’s budget presentations and a copy of the most recent draft budget are promptly posted on the district website along with the audio of every budget meeting.
The process culminates with the adoption of a proposed budget by the Huntington School Board in April followed by a public hearing. Residents vote on the proposed budget in May.
The proposed school budget continues Huntington’s 360 year commitment to providing a top notch education for the young people of our community by maintaining our exceptionally strong academic program for approximately 4,650 students in grades K-12.
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Eligibility: to vote an individual must be a U.S. citizen, 18 years of age or older, a resident of Huntington School District for at least 30 days and be registered to vote in a general election or with the school district.
Applications for absentee ballots may be applied for at the District Clerk’s office at the district’s administrative offices located at 50 Tower Street, Huntington Station, at least seven days before the election if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter or up to the day before the election if the ballot is to be delivered personally to the voter. Absentee ballots must be returned by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17 for them to be counted in the 2016 election and budget vote.