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Office of Business and Finance Files
|FY18 Budget - Town Meeting - 5.8.17.pdf|
The FY2018 Budget was authorized by the School Committee April 25, 2017 to be submitted to the Town Meeting for approval. It includes Chapter 70 Aid as proposed in the House Ways & Means Budget.
|FY18 School Budget @ Public Hearing.pdf|
FY18 School Committee Public Hearing Presentation.
|FY18 School Budget At-A-Glance 2.28.17.pdf|
"Budget At-A-Glance" is a summary of the Webster Public Schools Draft #1 FY18 Budget and amended February 28, 2017, along with additional supporting documentation.
|FY2018 DESE Chapter 70 Aid - Presentation.pptx|
This presentation from the Department of Education highlights the Governors Budget and explains how Chapter 70 and Local Aid is calculated.
|FY2018 Foundation Budget - Gov's Budget.xlsm|
The Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education is issuing the preliminary estimates of Chapter 70 school aid and net school spending requirements for FY18. These estimates are based on House 1, Governor Baker's proposed state budget for the coming fiscal year. The proposal increases aid from $4,628,013,619 to $4,719,407,241, an increase of $91 million or 2 percent.
|Mass Budgett - Analyzing the House Budget for FY 2018.pdf|
The House Ways and Means (HWM) Committee proposes increasing Chapter 70 Aid by $118.9 million (2.6 percent) to $4.75 billion for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018. This increase is $27.5 million more than what the Governor proposed for FY 2018, based on including a reserve to support districts negatively affected by the recent change in the poverty calculation, a higher minimum aid amount, and larger increases to the employee benefit rate.