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Office of Business and Finance Files
FY2016 Budget
 NameCreatedAction
Budget Calendar FY16.xls5/29/2015
FY16 Budget - Introduction.pdf
In 2015-2016 the Webster Public Schools will open with what will amount to three new schools. The New Park Ave Elementary School will house K - 4, the Webster Middle School 5-8 and Bartlett High 9-12. The first step in the FY16 Budget process was to determine the needs of each "new" school in order to prioritize expectations.
4/17/2015
FY16 Budget - (4.4%) Final Budget
FINAL Budget - Passed at Town Meeting on June 29, 2015 and approved by the School Committee on July 1, 2015.
7/3/2015
FY16 Budget Draft #1.pdf
Presented January 13, 2015. Submitted to the Town Administrator.
3/11/2015
FY16 Budget Draft #7 - 8%.pdf
The Board of Selectman have authorized a Prop 2 1/2 Override vote to be taken on June 15. This Budget was presented to School Committee on May 26 as an alternate budget should the override pass.
5/29/2015
FY16 Chapter 70 Presentation.pdf
How is Foundation Budget calculated and how does it affect the Webster School District.
3/11/2015
FY16 Chapter 70 Summary.xls
This is the Foundation Budget based on House 1, the Governors Budget Proposal. A foundation budget is calculated for each school district, representing the minimum spending level needed to provide an adequate education. The foundation budget is adjusted each year to reflect changes in the district's enrollment; changes in student demographics (grade levels; low income status; English language proficiency); inflation; and geographical differences in wage levels.
3/11/2015
FY16-20 Capital Improvement Plan.pdf
FY 16 - 20 Capital Improvement Plan
1/25/2016
Mass Budget - Analyzing Final Budget.pdf
At the end of July the Legislature overrode a number of the Governorís budget vetoes and largely completed the process of setting spending levels for the state programs that educate our children, keep our communities safe, protect our most vulnerable, strengthen our economy and improve the quality of life in our communities.
10/30/2015
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