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The 2018-19 District Budget

Warwick Valley Central School District currently operates under a $92.8 million spending plan. The budget was approved by disrict residents by a margin of 67 percent on May 15, 2018.

The 2018-19 budget reflects a 3 percent overall spending increase compared to the previous, with a 2.95 percent tax levy increase.

The budget, recent audit reports, and other fiscal information is available on this website, and links to the documents can be found on the right side of this screen. If you have difficulty accessing these documents, please contact Timothy Holmes and they will be provided in an alternate format. 


Voting information

School districts in New York vote on the third Tuesday in May.

All voters must be United States citizens, age 18 or older on election day, residents of the school district for 30 days immediately prior to Election Day, and registered. Voters do not need to own property.

Ongoing voter registration is open through one week before the vote. You may register 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. any school day  at the District Office. Voters can also obtain an Orange County Board of Education registration form by calling the District Office at 845-987-3000.

You may already be registered if you have voted in a school district election within the past year or in a local general election anytime in the past four years. You can check if you are registered here:

There are three polling locations in the Warwick Valley Central School District:

District 1
Pine Island Firehouse
684 County Rt. 1
Pine Island

District 2
Dorothy C. Wilson Education Center
225 West Street Extension

District 3
Kings Elementary School
199 Kings Highway

Not sure if you’re registered or which election district to vote in? Call the Election Coordinator at 845-987-3000, ext. 10530, or email

You can also find the information here:

Absentee ballots

Absentee ballots are available beginning the third week of April for voters unable to appear in person at the polls due to illness, physical disability, hospitalization or travel. For an application call the District Clerk at 845-987-3000 or email

The District Clerk must receive completed applications seven days before the vote if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, or one day before the vote if the ballot is to be picked up personally by the voter.