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Office of Business and Finance Files
FY2017 Budget
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FY17 Budget - Final Budget - FY17 Budget .pdf
The FY17 Final Budget was approved by the School Committee May 26, 2017. It includes Chapter 70 Aid as approved by the Senate on May 26, 2017.
5/27/2016
FY17 Budget - Revised Priorities April 12, 2016.pdf
Barbara Malkas, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Webster Public Schools
7/8/2016
FY17 Budget Presentation - At a Glance.pdf
"Budget at a Glance" is a summary of the Webster Public Schools original FY17 Budget at 13.3%, along with additional supporting documentation.
4/13/2016
FY17 Budget Presentation 2.8.16 - SC.pdf
The Webster Public Schools and DESE have prepared the following materials to assist local officials in understanding the state aid calculations and local contribution requirements in this year's Chapter 70 program:
2/10/2016
FY17 Department of Education Chapter 70 Summary.doc
Pursuant to section 6 of chapter 70 of the General Laws, the Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education is issuing the preliminary estimates of Chapter 70 school aid and net school spending requirements for FY17. These estimates are based on House 2, Governor Baker's proposed state budget for the coming fiscal year.
1/28/2016
Mass Budget - FY17 Final Budget Analysis.pdf
The Legislature enacted the FY 2017 budget in particularly challenging circumstances. The Legislature managed to provide modest funding increases in a few priority areas, including local aid which receives a 4.3% increase, Chapter 70 education aid which is increased by 2.6%.
The budget also cuts funding in a number of areas: the $18.6 million kindergarten expansion grant program is eliminated.
7/8/2016
State Budget Resources - MassBudget.url
The Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center provides independent research and analysis of state budget and tax policies, as well as economic issues, that affect low- and moderate-income people in Massachusetts.
4/13/2016
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