Business Office

2020-2021 Budget Presentations

At its January 9, 2020, meeting, the West Shore School District Board of Directors made the decision not to raise the rate of tax for the 2020-2021 fiscal year by more than its adjusted index of 3%. 

The Taxpayer Relief Act or Act 1 of 2006, requires school districts to limit tax increases to the level set by an inflation index unless the tax increase is approved by voters in a referendum or the school district obtains certain referendum exceptions.  However, during the month of January, Act 1 allows a board of school directors to elect to adopt a resolution indicating that it will not raise the tax rate by more than its index.  
Presentations to the Board
The Board and administration are currently working to prepare the 2020-2021 school year budget. The following presentations were made to the Board of School Directors during the budget development process.

Independent Auditor's Report

Greenawalt & Company, P.C., certified public accountants, have completed their audit of the District's funds for the 2018-2019 school year and in accordance with the provisions of Act 237 of December 1980, this report is being made available to the public for review before being confirmed by the Court of Common Pleas of York County. The complete report is available at the Administration Center and for your convenience is available as a related file below. 
2018-2019 School year


Mindy Stuck 
Melinda Stuck
Director of Business Affairs
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