• Budget and Finance

    2022-23 Budget Information

    On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, Green Island voters approved the budget for the 2022-23 school year:

    • 2022-23 budget: $7,575,413
    • Spending decrease: -$51,692 
    • Tax levy increase: $68,917 (1.82%)

    Budget Documents

    Board of Education 

    • There were two seats open on the board: one 3-year term (incumbent Kirsten Mason) and one 1-year term (incumbent Carrie Becker).
    • Candidates do not run for a specific seat on the board. The candidate with the highest number of votes will be elected to serve a 3-year term, while the candidate with the second highest number of votes will serve a 1-year term. Both terms commence on July 1, 2022. 
    • Candidates for this year’s Board of Education candidates are:
      • Kirsten Mason
      • Carrie Becker
      • Joseph Nolet
      • Mary Wilmot 
    • Kirsten Mason: 65 votes 
      • Kirsten Mason (incumbent) was re-elected to serve a 3-year term.
    • Joseph Nolet: 64 votes
      • Joseph Nolet was elected to serve a 1-year term.
    • The remaining candidates received the following number of votes:
      • Carrie Becker: 39 votes
      • Mary Wilmot: 32 votes

    Additional Proposition(s) 

    • Establishment of an ex-officio non-voting student board member
      • Passed, 96-16

    School Budget Overview Video

    Budget Development


    • Review enrollment data, facilities and related needs, building allocations and needs, district staffing, long-range budgetary plans and the debt service schedule
    • Present budget development calendar to the Board of Education for adoption


    • Administrators and supervisors review staffing, facility, construction, budget allocations and special needs requests
    • Departments review their budgets, staffing and long-range needs
    • Present preliminary budget forecast and budget assumptions and review the governor’s executive budget proposal
    • Budget presentations and work sessions


    • Board candidate petitions available
    • Additional budget presentations and work sessions


    • Final review of budget proposal by Board of Education
    • Notice of school budget hearing and budget vote
    • Budget discussion with academic departments, instructional technology and special education 
    • Analysis of anticipated revenue and grants


    • Legal ads published for annual meeting (45 days prior to vote)
    • Budget adoption by statutory deadline 
    • Board candidate petitions due by April 18
    • Property tax report card due to SED and newspaper
    • Publicize budget information and hold budget informational meetings


    • Conduct voter registration 5-14 days before vote 
    • Budget Hearing held 7-14 days before vote
    • Mail budget notice after budget hearing, but no later than six days before vote
    • Budget vote and board election 

    Financial Reports