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lLFYKgLR_400x400MR. MATTHEW REILLY, SUPERINTENDENT

Cazenovia Central is a K-12 school district with its focus on academic achievement. We are large enough to offer programs that range from Special Education to Advanced Placement. We are, however, small enough so that each and every student is known by the students in his or her grade level, as well as by the entire faculty in his or her school.

 

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  • No Pre-Payment for 2018-19 School Taxes Allowed

    No Pre-Payment for 2018-19 School Taxes Allowed

    The Cazenovia School District official statement: Our school district is not able to accommodate pre-payment of school taxes for federal tax purposes. Final payments of 2017-18 school taxes were due by November 6, 2017. We are not able to provide estimated tax bills for 2018-19. Our district will not adopt a budget and tax levy […]Read More
  • Caz names interim high school principal, curriculum director

    Caz names interim high school principal, curriculum director

  • Cazenovia Board of Education adopts 2014-15 budget proposal

    Cazenovia Board of Education adopts 2014-15 budget proposal

    The Cazenovia Board of Education voted April 14 to adopt a $26,495,954 budget proposal for 2014-15 that increases spending 0.29 percent and carries a property tax increase of $168,237, or 1.01 percent. The fiscal plan includes the elimination of 9.4 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions, including two cleaners, one bus mechanic, three elementary teachers, one high […]Read More
  • District expects $400,000 budget deficit

    District expects $400,000 budget deficit

    The Cazenovia Central School District needs to reduce its dependence on fund balance to offset the money it continues to lose to the state’s Gap Elimination Adjustment, board members agreed during a March 10 budget work session. “Over the past four years, the GEA has cost Cazenovia taxpayers more than $5.3 million,” Assistant Superintendent William […]Read More
  • There’s still time to learn about the GEA, call lawmakers

    There’s still time to learn about the GEA, call lawmakers

    School districts across New York, including Cazenovia, have been forced to make devastating cuts to educational programs as they adjust to rising costs that are outpacing revenue coming from New York state, thanks to the Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA). The GEA law was introduced in 2010-11 as a way to close the state’s then $10 […]Read More
  • Want to learn more about the GEA? Attend a forum, watch a video

    Want to learn more about the GEA? Attend a forum, watch a video

    Have you been hearing a lot about the state’s Gap Elimination Adjustment, or GEA, but are not really sure what it is and how it impacts school districts? This video, produced by the Capital Region BOCES Communications Service, might help. The Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) law was first introduced for the 2010-11 fiscal year by […]Read More
  • Back-to-school issue of Blue and Gold in the mail

    Back-to-school issue of Blue and Gold in the mail

    Be on the lookout for the September 2013 edition of the Blue and Gold newsletter, which should be arriving in the mail soon.  Included in the newsletter are district policies and notifications that we urge you to review, become familiar with and keep for your reference throughout the school year. The issue also provides some […]Read More
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