On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, voters in the Roscoe Central School District approved a $10,251,869 budget for the 2022-23 school year, by a vote of 83 to 17.
The budget, which proposed a tax levy decrease, maintained all current programs and services while accounting for the rising costs associated with day-to-day school operations. The budget also included a $100,000 capital outlay project for the continued annual abatement and replacement of floor tiles in the primary wing of the building, of which state aid will reimburse 51.9% of the project cost next year.
“We are appreciative of the support of the voters in the Roscoe Central School District,” Superintendent John Evans said. “Their support allows us to give our students a well-rounded education.”
Gary Dahlman, who ran unopposed, was re-elected to the school board with 93 votes. One write-in vote was also recorded.