• 2020-21 BUDGET VOTE AND BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

    When: May 19, 2020, 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Voting sites include Middletown High School, Presidential Park Elementary School and Maple Hill Annex at Truman Moon. If you are unsure where you vote, please contact District Clerk Taryn Clark at (845) 326-1196. SEE WHERE YOU VOTE
    Absentee ballots: Applications available by calling (845) 326-1196.
    The voting process: Voting only takes about five minutes. You will vote yes or no for the proposed budget, and on a capital projects proposition. You also will elect three candidates to the nine-member Board of Education. Each seat carries a three-year term, which begins in July.
    Questions: For budget-related questions, please call the business office at (845) 326-1195. Direct voting questions to (845) 326-1196.

    A local board of education is an agency of New York State that is governed by New York State law and the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education. Are you interested in becoming a school board member? Petitions are available at the Board of Education office (223 Wisner Ave.) from District Clerk Taryn Clark (326-1196).

    Mike Tuttle
    Assistant Superintendent Michael Tuttle

    2020-21 BUDGET PRESENTATIONS

    (Held during school board meetings)
    Feb. 6: Administrative component of the proposed 2020-21 budget. See the PowerPoint presentation. Watch Assistant Superintendent Michael Tuttle's presentation.
    Feb. 20: Instructional component of the proposed 2020-21 budget. See the PowerPoint presentation. Watch Assistant Superintendent Michael Tuttle's presentation.
    Mar. 5: Capital and Benefits component of the proposed 2020-21 budget. See the PowerPoint presentation. Watch Assistant Superintendent Michael Tuttle's presentation.
    Mar. 19: Revenue discussion
    April 2: Budget review. See the New York tax levy "cap" formula.
    April 16: Board of Education adopts budget
    May 7: Public hearing (informational as required by law); final meeting opportunity for the public to learn about the budget that will be going before voters
    May 19: Budget vote/BOE election
    May 20: Declaration of election and vote results