July 11, 2018

On June 27, at its last meeting before the end of the 2018 fiscal year, the Nashua Board of Education met and approved an operating budget of $109,354,590 for the 2018-2019 school year. 

The Board-approved budget increases the school district's total operating budget by 1.03% over last year.

Please click here to read Dr. Mosley's June 15 memorandum to the Nashua Board of Education about potential reductions to the proposed budget, which was discussed at the Board's June 27 meeting.

To recap this year's budget development process, on January 31, Dr. Mosley recommended a 3.4% increase in the operating budget to the Board. He asked for more than $3.6 million in funding over last year's $106,687,405 operating budget.

Please click here to view his January 2018 presentation.

The Nashua Board of Education Budget Committee approved 8-1 at its March 28 meeting to approve Dr. Mosley's recommended $110 million operating budget. Please click here to review Board-proposed motions to his recommended budget.

Earlier this year, Mayor James Donchess sent a memorandum to Dr. Mosley and the Board of Education. Please click here to read the 1.3.2018 memo, which asks all divisions to keep to a 2.1% increase in their fiscal year 2019 budget recommendations.

The Nashua Board of Education budget committee and Dr. Mosley led budget development efforts through early spring, which included a meeting devoted to public comment:

7 pm, Wednesday, March 14
at Nashua HS North board room/lecture hall

For a master calendar of budget committee meetings held earlier this year, please click here.

As an integral part of the budget development process, the following administrators presented on their department's work:

February 7
      Special Education
      Student Services and English Language Learners

February 14
      After School Programs
      Career and Technical Education
      Curriculum
      Plant Operations
      Transportation

February 21
      Athletics
      Technology

For additional references, the school district published additional, budget-related information in a budget notebook.