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School board president answers questions about the conduct of upcoming budget vote and trustee election

Questions about the conduct of the upcoming school budget vote and trustee election were addressed by school board president Greg Meyer during today’s school board meeting, which was conducted via video conference and live-streamed on YouTube due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Riverhead school board adopts $147.1 million proposed budget, schedules May 26 public hearing

School board adopts $147.1 million proposed budget, sets May 26 public hearing. A 10th candidate was added to the ballot in the June 9 election.

School board elections postponed by governor until ‘at least June 1’

All school board, village board and library board elections scheduled to take place in New York in April or May have been postponed "until at least June 1," under an executive order signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo yesterday.

School board wrap: budget proposal part two, residency enforcement

Here's what school officials plan to spend on instruction, security, transportation and facilities in the 2020-2021 school year.

School budget rollout begins, while state aid questions remain unanswered

Riverhead School district officials discussed the property tax levy cap and certain expenditures during their initial presentation of the 2020-2021 operating budget last week.

School board meeting, budget hearing set for Tuesday, following week of scandal

After a sex scandal involving the high school principal and a student rocked the community, the school board meets Tuesday night.

What’s in the upcoming school budget? Find out at special presentation Thursday

Riverhead School Superintendent Dr. Aurelia Henriquez and Deputy Superintendent Sam Schneider will give a special budget presentation to the community on Thursday evening, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the high school.

State’s emergency ‘budget extender’ creates uncertainty for school boards who must finalize their budgets without state aid numbers

School boards must adopt budget proposals by April 21 and submit property tax levy data to the state by April 24 in preparation for the May 16 public vote. They will have to prepare their budgets and even ask for voter approval without knowing state aid amounts for 2017-2018.
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