2016-2017 Budget Information
Public Hearing on 2016-2017 Budget
A Public Hearing of the proposed 2016-2017 School District Budget was be held on Monday, April 25, 2016, during a regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Education. This important meeting was open to the public and provided residents with the opportunity to comment on the District’s Proposed 2016 – 2017 Budget.
The 2016-2017 Budget Presentation is available for review.
The 2015-2016 Budget Presentation is available for review.
Supplementary Budget Materials
2016-2017 User Friendly Budget
2015-2016 User Friendly Budget
Cost Savings/Containment Items - This is a sampling of some of the ways in which the Administration/Board of Education has worked to contain costs over the past five school years.
Tax Rate Comparison - See how South Brunswick Township's 2015 equalized tax rate compares to other municipalities in Middlesex County. South Brunswick is ranked 24th out of 25 municipalities in terms of its equalized tax rate.
School Board Candidate Information
In the upcoming November 8, 2016 school board election, the South Brunswick Board of Education will have three open vacancies each for a full term of three years. Interested parties can access a "Candidate Kit" from the New Jersey School Boards Association’s website or obtain one by visiting the South Brunswick Board of Education Business Office at 231 Black Horse Lane Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. This "Kit" provides important information about becoming a school board member and the election process as well as the Nominating Petition. For your convenience, the South Brunswick Nominating Petition is available. For further information, please contact the Business Office, Marcia.Garitano@sbschools.org (732-297-7800 ext. 3110).
State law requires that all completed school board nominating petitions for the November election be delivered to the appropriate county clerk (Middlesex County Clerk, 75 Bayard Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901) by 4 p.m. on July 27, 2016 (even if the clerk's operating hours extend past that time). School board nominating petitions for the November election cannot be returned to the local school district office. Candidates can withdraw from the election up until September 9, 2016.
Residents who are at least 18-years old, citizens of the United States and have lived in Middlesex County for at least 30 days may register to vote. Voter registration applications must be received by the Middlesex County Board of Elections 21 days prior to an election.
In New Jersey, voters can also vote by mail-in ballot in any election. Voters no longer need a reason to vote by mail.
To be eligible to vote in the November School Board Member Election , you must register 21 days prior to the election.
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