Voters to decide on $37.27 million budget proposal

The Tri-Valley Central School District Board of Education adopted a 2024-25 budget proposal that prioritizes student achievement and responsible fiscal management while considering the impact on taxpayers.

Eligible residents will vote May 21 on the proposal, which maintains curricular, extracurricular and athletic programs and reallocates staffing while retaining the academic excellence the community expects of the district. The $37,273,719 proposal represents a 2.13% increase over the current year’s budget.

The adopted expenditure plan would offer educational programming that maximizes student engagement in core classes, electives and college credit opportunities while addressing student needs with assistance and enrichment.

With the elimination of federal pandemic relief funding sources, the district is proposing to incorporate the after-school enrichment program, various STEAM initiatives and software upgrades into its general operating budget. Supporting these programs in the general budget will prevent them from being cut.

The 2024-25 proposed budget aligns with the district’s vision of building a community that enables students to excel in a changing world and staff to grow professionally and gives the opportunity for staff and administration to collaboratively reduce costs while continuing to meet students’ needs.

On the Ballot

Budget Proposition: $37,273,719

Board Member Election: Three (3) At Large Seats
Board of Education Candidates:
Nicole Burkey
Christopher Goodman
Keri-Ann Poley
Robert Vail Curry
Rose Woods

Voter Registration, Absentee Ballot & Early Voting Ballot Information
Available from District Clerk: 845-985-2296 ext. 5201

Budget Hearing
Tuesday, May 7, 2024 at 7 p.m. at Tri-Valley Secondary School Lower Library

Voter Registration
May 15 & 16, 2024 from 4-8 p.m. at Tri-Valley District Administration Building

Budget Vote & Board Member Election
Tuesday, May 21, 2024 from 1-8 p.m. at the Secondary School Main Gym


2024-25 Tri-Valley Budget Newsletter

2024-25 Budget Booklet