2017-18 budget proposal stays within tax levy
limit, expands prekindergarten
Canajoharie Central School District residents will go to the
polls on May 16 to vote on a proposed $21,885,850 budget for the
2017-18 school year that supports innovative programs and services
while staying within the district’s tax levy limit. (read more
about the budget vote)
School budget hearing set for May 8
A public hearing on the proposed 2017-18
Canajoharie Central School District budget will begin at 6:30 p.m.
May 8 in the high school auditorium.
The annual budget vote and
school board election will be held from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday, May
16, at Canajoharie High School
Preliminary Smart Schools Investment Plan
The Smart Schools Bond Act was passed in the
2014-15 Enacted Budget and approved by
the voters in a statewide referendum in November 2014. Canajoharie
Central School qualifies for $1,017,758 from the Smart Schools Bond
Act. This funding can be used for instructional technology and
school safety upgrades.
Tuesday, May 16
Canajoharie High School
Board of Education
Voters will elect one board of education candidate to a full
Christopher Fatta and Jeffrey Hill have filed petitions for the seat
held by Dr. Carol Balfe
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