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Superintendent's Message

C V Superintendent David P Gill

Dear Chenango Valley Community,


We are pleased to present you with the 2021-2022 Chenango Valley Central School District budget proposal. As we continue to navigate the circumstances presented by the pandemic, our students remain at the forefront of all decision-making, while we also carefully consider our stakeholders and current economic standing.


Districts nationwide have felt the impact of the pandemic on school budgets. We cannot ignore challenges such as unfunded mandates, tax levy limits, and escalating costs at a time where economic resources are limited. However, our students need us to advocate for their success. It is important that we continue to work towards solutions to provide
them the best education possible and light the way for a positive future, including college and career readiness.


Our budget proposal continues to include a small capital project that allows us to take advantage of significant state reimbursements that will be received in the following year. This means we’ll be able to complete a capital project at a value of $100,000 and a net cost of about $12,200 (see “Annual Small Capital Outlay Project” article in the Budget Newscaster for further information).


The tax levy limit law enacted in 2011 by New York State requires districts to apply an eight-step formula to determine the highest allowable tax levy increase a district can propose, which requires approval of a “simple majority” (more than 50 percent) of voters. If districts choose to propose a tax levy increase above this calculated amount, a “super majority” (more than 60 percent) of voters must approve the plan. This year, our calculated tax limit is 1.34 percent (%).


We invite and encourage residents to attend our annual budget hearing/meet the school board candidates forum on Wednesday, May 5, at 6:00 p.m. Information from this event will also be posted on our district website.


The district’s budget vote and school board election will be held on Tuesday, May 18, from 12:00 (noon) - 8:00 p.m. in the Chenango Valley Middle School/High School Auditorium. Voters must follow safety protocols including wearing a face mask and practicing social distancing. 
Information on the deadline to request an absentee ballot is available on page 7 of the Budget Newscaster and on the Budget Information webpage (see below).


For more detailed budget information, please visit our district website: 
www.cvcsd.stier.org/BudgetTaxInformation1.aspx


If you have questions, please contact Superintendent Dr. David P. Gill at (607) 762-6810, 
[email protected], or School Business Executive Beth Donahue at (607) 762-6803, [email protected].


Sincerely,
Kelly Warwick
Board of Education President


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Dr. David P. Gill
Superintendent of Schools





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