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2017 BUDGET TOWN HALL

On March 27, 2017, the Governor Mifflin School District held a town hall meeting regarding district finances. Residents were invited to submit questions about the district budget. Governor Mifflin superintendent, Dr. Steve Gerhard, and the district’s chief financial officer, Diane Richards, provided information in response to the questions submitted. The audio recording and presentation is available below.


BUDGET TOWN HALL PART I 
BUDGET TOWN HALL PART II
Provides a brief summary of the district preliminary budget and budgeting process, including district demographics, fund balance, and summary data from past years.
Provides comparison data for salaries and income tax with an explanation of the state funding formula.   



BUDGET TOWN HALL PART III 
BUDGET TOWN HALL PART IV 
Addresses questions regarding pension, homeless students, cyber charter expenses and savings, vocational education, and special education.  
Provides information on revenue from facility rentals, athletic and music, additional student programming, and the Homestead/Farmstead Act. 



BUDGET TOWN HALL PART V 
   
Addresses proposed property tax reform and engaging legislators on educational issues.
 
 

2021 Budget Town Hall

The Budget Town Hall meeting is held annually in April. This event provides a detailed explanation of the district finances and offers an opportunity for the public to submit questions regarding the district budget.

Members of the public are encouraged to submit budget questions at any time using the form below. These questions will receive a response directly and may be used to create a frequently asked questions section of this page.

OFFICIAL BUDGET DOCUMENTS

Official budget documents that are submitted to the state are available for public review by clicking here.

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