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Poland voters approve 2024-25 budget

On May 21, Poland Central School District voters approved the district’s $17,976,506 budget for the 2024-25 school year. Residents also elected one board of education member.

 

The budget proposition passed with 80.95% voter approval; 102 yes votes and 24 no votes.

 

Compared to the 2023-24 school year, the proposal carries a tax levy increase of 2.00%, which is below the district's calculated tax levy limit of 2.44%. The overall plan calls for a spending increase of  $444,713 or 2.54%. 

 

More information about the budget is available on the school budget section of the district website.

 

Board of education election

 

One candidate, Megan Dischiavi, sought election to the board of education for one open seat. Dischiavi received 109 votes. 

 

The seat is for a five-year term from July 1, 2024, through June 30, 2029. 

 

Brett Darrow, Jennifer Blanchard, Bill Farber and John Booth all received one write-in vote.

 

The Poland Board of Education is composed of seven school district residents elected by voters. To qualify for school board membership, any candidate must be a qualified voter of the school district, must be able to read and write, must be a resident of the district for at least one year prior to the election and may not be employed by the board on which they intend to serve.