Business Office
  • business & finance

    The WUFSD Business Office is in the district's Central Administration building. Overseeing the office is Business Official Calvin Wilson, who along with his staff, handles the business end of running the school district. They serve the community, and they serve district employees. Have a question about your paycheck, but you’re not sure who to call? Maybe it’s a retirement question or you need to fill out a facility use form? Please use the information on this page to contact the Business Office team! 


    2023-24 Budget Development

    All budget presentations take place as part of Board of Education meetings. The meetings are held in the Boardroom at the Central Administration building and are also live streamed on the Wyandanch UFSD Facebook page.

Tuesday, May 16, 2023

  • Annual Budget Vote and Board of Education Election

    7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    Central Administration

    1445 Straight Path

Past Budgets & Bonds

2022-23 Budget Info

  • Total Budget: $107,239,846

    Spending Increase: 21.6%

    Tax Levy Increase: 0.0%

Budget Process

  • The district follows this general budgeting process each year. Dates and times may vary slightly year to year.

    • District reviews long-range goals, enrollment projections
    • Administrators begin discussing budget priorities
    • Governor proposes Executive Budget. District reviews preliminary state aid projections
    • The district estimates health care/retirement costs and other major cost drivers
    • The district presents a preliminary budget and identifies the initial gap between what is needed to continue all programs into the next year and projected revenues
    • By March 1, the District must submit its calculated maximum allowable tax levy under the state’s property tax cap
    • Board of Education (BOE) reviews administrative recommendations for budget expenses in various areas such as instruction, transportation, special education, facility, athletics, etc
    • BOE discussions continue priority issues; legislative actions affecting revenue and expenditures; impact on instructional programs, staffing, and support operations
    • By April 1, the New York State Legislature must adopt a state budget. District updates its state aid projection
    • The BOE examines fund balance options to supplement revenues if needed
    • BOE adopts school budget proposal
    • Annual budget hearing. Budget information is mailed to all voters
    • Third Tuesday in May: BUDGET VOTE DAY

Voting Information & Eligiibility

    • Who can vote? To vote, you must be at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen, and a resident of Wyandanch Union Free School District for at least 30 days prior to the vote. You do not need to be registered to vote
    • Voting is held in the Central Administration building. The building is located at 1445 Straight Path Park in the lot and use the side entrance of the building
    • Absentee ballots are available for those who plan to pick them up at the district office (see below for more information on absentee ballots.)

    Absentee Ballot Information

    Absentee ballots are available from the District Clerk, Jessica Reed, and will be issued upon request to residents who will be out of town or unable to vote at the polls due to illness or disability.

    You must complete an application to receive an absentee ballot. The application must be received by the District Clerk at least 7 days before the election if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, or the day before the election, if the ballot is to be delivered personally to the voter. Please mail or drop off your application to the below address

    Contact Information:

    Jessica Reed, District Clerk, Wyandanch Union Free School District, 1445 Straight Path, Wyandanch, NY, 11798, (631) 870-0504