School budget

2024-25 budget

The Livingston Manor Central School District Board of Education and administration are developing a proposed budget for the 2024-25 school year. The budget vote will take place from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the new gym. Tuesday, May 21. Information will be posted here as it is available.

School Board

Livingston Manor has a five-member Board of Education. Each member serves three-year terms.

Voting Information

Voters must be 18 years old, U.S. citizens and a district resident for at least 30 days, and be registered to vote at their county board of elections or with the district. Registration may be done weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. at the LMCS main office before May 16.

Everything You Need to Know About School Budgets in 60 Seconds

In New York, school leaders begin developing their school budget proposal long before the public vote in May. Each budget proposal is unique, but the planning process is similar for most schools. 

2024-25 related information

Budget breakdown

  • Total budget:

  • Spending change:

  • Tax levy change:

Legal Notice

Capital project information

Click here for a printable version of our budget flyer

New York State Education Law requires the Livingston Manor Central School District to provide the following documents related to the school budget:

  • Three-part budget statement

  • Property tax report card

  • School academic report card (with enrollment data)

  • District's fiscal accountability summary

  • Salary disclosure requirements

  • Exemption reporting for taxing jurisdictions

Budget history

  • 2023-24

    • Total Budget: $19,365,346

    • Budget Change: $573,373 (+3.05%)

    • School Tax Levy: $284,138 (3.08%)

  • 2022-23

    • Total Budget: $18,791,973

    • Budget Change: $657,016 (+3.62%)

    • School Tax Levy: $9,227,503 (+2.68%)

  • 2021-22

    • Total Budget: $18,134,957

    • Budget Change: $759,855 (+4.19%)

    • School Tax Levy: $8,986,480 (+1.49%)

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