Budget and Board Election Results

Budget and Board Election Results
Posted on 05/23/2019
Dear Binghamton Families,

On behalf of the Binghamton City School District Board of Education, administration, faculty, staff and students, I would like to extend my thanks to all who participated in yesterday's vote on the 2019-2020 school budget and Board of Education candidates.

Congratulations to Korin Kirk, who was re-elected to serve on the Board of Education for another term, and congratulations to Steve Seepersaud, who will be joining the board this year. I'd like to also thank all who expressed interest in taking on this vitally important leadership role.

This year, 1,457 voters came out to the polls, and the budget passed by 78 percent majority. (See results here.) This is a clear indication of the strong support this community has for its school district. It is truly wonderful that our community recognizes the tremendous potential for success and growth in the year ahead. Our capital reserve proposition also passed with a large majority of 83 percent.

Regardless of where we hail from in the district or the community, I'm certain that the people of the City of Binghamton share a common commitment to help each and every one of our students to achieve success - today, tomorrow, at graduation, and in the years that follow.

We're confident this budget will allow us to build on our achievements, and continue to propel the district forward. Thank you for your lasting support of the students and staff of the Binghamton City School District.

With Patriot Pride,

Dr. Tonia Thompson
Superintendent of Schools
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