Annual Budget & Financial Information

The Board of Education held its annual budget presentation and public hearing for the 2023-2024 school year budget on Tuesday, October 24, 2023, in the Sheboygan Area School District Administrative Services Building at 3330 Stahl Road. 

Following the presentation, the Board of Education voted to approve the 2023-2024 budget in the amount of $165,922,071.50 and certification of the property tax levy in the amount of $34,327,087.

View the recording of the Budget Presentation on the SASD YouTube channel starting at the 59:00 minute mark: 

Key Points from the Budget Presentation:

  • State budget included a $325 per-student revenue increase for 2023-24 and 2024-25
  • State general aid increased by 1.9%.
  • Increases in state aid go towards local tax levy relief and do not increase the amount of revenue to the District.
  • During the school career of a 2023 High School Graduate (4K to 12th Grade), the cumulative amount of per pupil funding from the state is behind inflation $3,235.
  • 9,701 students x $3,235 = $31 million in district budget reductions just to keep up with inflation.
  • The tax levy is increasing by 2.5% and the mill rate is decreasing by 11.6%
  • $6,226,286 of the tax levy is used to fund the State private school voucher program. This amount will be deducted from the state aid received by the District. This is a $1,605,660 (34.8%) increase from the previous year.
  • In 2022-23, local private schools that participate in the voucher program had a total enrollment 0f 1,370 students, with 637 students (47%) receiving vouchers.
  • In 2023-24, total enrollment for those private schools is 1,405 (+35), with 699 (+62) students receiving vouchers (50%).
  • 18% of the district levy goes towards the private voucher program.


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