Slate Valley voters OK school budget in a revote

Voters in the Orwell-area school district endorse 2022-23 school spending plans

Letter to the editor: Input sought on rejected budget

We admit that Town Meeting Day’s budget vote results (Slate Valley school budget defeated) hit us harder than others.

Letter to the editor: Onward, upward in the ACSD

Thanks to our community for supporting our fiscal year 2023 Addison Central School District budget! This budget enables us to continue to support our students in the many ways that ACSD staff do, and to respond to the growing impacts the pandemic has had … (read more)

Majority of school budgets approved

Residents in the Addison Central, Mount Abraham Unified and Addison Northwest school districts on Tuesday all strongly supported spending plans for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Voters defeat Otter Valley school district budget, 522-462

The Otter Valley Unified Union School District budget was defeated, 522-462, by voters in the Brandon-area district on Tuesday.

School budgets easier on taxpayers

Homeowners in almost all the Addison Central, Mount Abraham Unified and Addison Northwest union school districts are projected to see lower or comparable school tax bills if district school budgets are approved on Tuesday, according to district estimates.

Voters approve school budgets

ADDISON COUNTY — Local school district budgets for the upcoming academic year all passed easily in Australian balloting on Tuesday, with percentage margins ranging from 57% support in the Otter Valley Unified Union School District to 76% backing in the Ad … (read more)

ANWSD board to vote on budget & consider what to do with $1.6M surplus

VERGENNES — The Addison Northwest School District board on Monday, Jan. 11, looked at a $21.6 million final 2021-2022 budget draft that comes in at about $238,400 less than the spending level ANWSD residents approved for the district this past March. ANWS … (read more)

Scott pitches plan to revote school budgets

The Scott administration is proposing that school districts be required to revote their budgets for the upcoming year in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and plummeting state revenues. Department of Finance and Management Commissioner Adam Greshin outlin … (read more)