Every Classroom. Every Student. Every Day.
Office of Business and Finance Files
|1. FY2012 School Budget - Final.pdf|
This is the Final Budget approved at Town Meeting on June 13, 2011. It represents a decrease of $422,848 (-3%) in federal, state & local funding from the FY11 budget.
|2. FY2012 Schedule 19 Budget.pdf|
This is a snapshot of the FY12 Foundation Budget and the Schedule 19 Town Services. You will notice a dramatic increase in the Employer Retirement Contributions (175%) and Employee Insurance (includes Health Insurance) (8%)
|3. FY2012 Budget - Superintendents Message.doc|
A budget to serve "Every Student in Every Classroom Every Day".
|DESE - Webster District Analysis.pdf|
The Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE) District Analysis & Review Tool (DART). This report contains specific information on finance and staffing for Webster and comparable districts based on income and wealth.
|DESE Chapter70 FY12.xls|
The Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education is issuing the preliminary estimates of Chapter 70 school aid and net school spending requirements for FY12. These estimates are based on House 1, Governor Patrick's proposed state budget for the coming fiscal year.
|FY2012 Capital Improvement Plan.xls|
This is a report of all capital improvements proposed to be undertaken during the ensuing five years, with supporting information as to need, cost estimates and recomended time schedules for each improvement.
|Mass Budget & Policy - FY12 Final Budget.pdf|
This Budget Monitor discusses in more detail several reform initiatives, the funding proposals in the state budget, and the temporary and ongoing revenue initiatives on which the budget depends. The Monitor also compares proposed funding levels for FY 2012 to the FY 2011 levels, and, in some cases to previous years' funding levels.
|Mass Budget Browser.mht|
The Budget Browser, created by the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center (MassBudget), provides comprehensive state budget information that can be accessed and understood by anyone interested in how the state uses its resources. The Browser allows you to view information on Massachusetts state budgets from Fiscal Year (FY) 2001 to present, as well as current budget proposals offered by the Governor and the Legislature.
|Town of Webster Local Aid Fy2012.doc|
The Cherry Sheet is the official notification by the Commissioner of Revenue to municipalities and school districts of estimated state aid to be paid and charges to be assessed over the next fiscal year. As the state budget process unfolds updated local aid proposals are posted. Cherry Sheets are issued once the state budget is enacted by the Legislature and approved by the Governor
|Town of Webster Local Aid - Manual.pdf|
The Division of Local Services (DLS) has developed the Cherry Sheet Manual to guide public officials, as well as private citizens and organizations interested in municipal finance. Named for the cherry-colored paper on which it was originally printed, the Cherry Sheet is the official notification from the Commissioner of Revenue of the upcoming fiscal year's state aid and assessments to cities, towns, and regional school districts.