Le Roy Central's 2022-2023 on budget for trustees meeting on Tuesday
Administrators with the Le Roy Central School District have been working on the 2022-2023 budget for weeks and are currently proposing $27,708,988 in expenditures, an increase of $839,701 from the 2021-2022 budget, or a 3.13% increase.
Superintendent Merritt Holly said officials still need to compare revenue numbers to help finalize the budget.
School districts do not yet know how much state aid they will receive, which is a significant portion of every district's revenue. Without that number, officials cannot say what the anticipated tax levy will be and what that will mean for the tax rate on property owners in the district.
Under the property tax cap, the district can increase the levy by 2.39 percent.
The school board will meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in the auditorium of Wolcott School.