Budget Vote Day Details

Liberty Central School District voters will cast ballots on the proposed 2018-19 school budget and school board candidates on Tuesday, May 15 in the Liberty High School gymnasium. Polls will be open from noon to 9 p.m.

News You Can Use

Voter Qualifications: your questions, answered!

Three (3-year term) seats available on Liberty Board of Education 

Are you considering running for a school board in Sullivan County?

The Sullivan County School Boards Association (SCSBA) is hosting a free workshop for Sullivan County residents who are planning to run or considering running for a Board of Education position. The workshop will be held on Monday, March 19 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Sullivan County BOCES at 6 Wierk Ave. in Liberty. Please RSVP by Thursday, March 16 to SCSBA Executive Director Tania DeFrank at tdefrank@libertyk12.org or 845-866-6946.

Budget Development

Budget development is a year-round process. Here are some key dates in the development of the annual budget:

March 6 Regular Meeting
5:15 p.m. start
Budget Presentation                                                         
20 Regular Meeting Budget Presentation                                                         
April 3 Regular Meeting Budget Presentation                                                            
Special Meeting Budget Workshop
17 Regular Meeting Budget Adoption
May 1 Regular Meeting Budget Hearing
15 Special Meeting
9 p.m. start
Budget Vote and Election
Liberty High School Gymnasium 

Budget Basics

Recent Budget News

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Governor unveils Executive Budget, Aid Proposals


Liberty’s 2017-18 budget: $45,913,009

  • Program Budget: $35,026,605
    The Program Budget includes: The salaries and benefits of all teachers, guidance counselors, aides, monitors, psychologists, nurses, social workers and speech therapists.
  • Capital Budget: $6,348,100
    The Capital Budget includes: Debt service on buildings; bus purchases; tax certiorari and court-ordered costs; and operations and maintenance costs including custodial staff.
  • Administration Budget $4,534,304
    The Administrative Budget includes: The salaries and benefits of all professional members who spend 50 percent or more of their time in administration and supervision. Also included are: clerical staff; public information; curriculum development and supervision; research, planning and evaluation; legal services; and school board-related costs.