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Roger B. Clough

CSD Superintendent

Walton Central School

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Walton Central School

47-49 Stockton Ave.

Walton, New York,13856

United States

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News at Walton: News Articles [17044]

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Walton Superintendent Roger Clough offers his understanding and thoughts about the proposal, and how they could affect the Walton Central School District.
Posted 2/5/2015 Walton Superintendent Roger Clough and Board of Education President Judy Breese recently attended the Rural Schools Association and Rural Schools Program of New York State annual conference, which was held at the Otesaga Hotel in Cooperstown. Walton Central School District Superintendent Roger Clough and Board of Education members Judith Breese and Ronda Williams attended the 2014 New York State School Board Association Capital Conference in Albany on March 9-10.


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"What I truly love about this community is people are passionate and emotional about their school," Superintendent Roger Clough said.


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So, if you have specific questions regarding a particular proposal, please contact Superintendent Roger Clough.


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"Walton Central School District has already taken substantial steps to control costs after losing more than $3.9 million in state aid to the state's Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) over the last six years," Walton Superintendent Roger Clough said.
"Following the 2008 economic crisis, New York State froze all state aid at 2008 levels and withheld a portion of that aid to help close the state's budget gap. Walton, like other schools dependent on state aid, looked for places to save, Clough said. He noted the district reached its lowest point in 2014-15 when it needed to cut more than $1.4 million in programs and staff as well as needing voters to approve a 5.49 percent tax levy increase just to slow the loss of student opportunities. "Mr. DiNapoli's comment makes it sound as if we have not done our part," Clough said. Clough added that despite the disappointing news, Walton's current budget picture is not entirely bleak. The community's tough choices in the past have improved the present. "The good news is that state budget will likely allow us to maintain what we have," he said. "The problem is that colleges, employers and our graduates are telling us that this is not enough." He said districts in wealthier communities that do not depend on state aid continue to improve their programs each year. More than ever, a child's zip code determines the education he or she will receive.


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During a discussion about the budget, Superintendent Roger Clough asked if going out at zero percent was what the BOE would like to see.
All agreed. "We wanted people to know we had listened and were suggesting changes that aligned with their values," Clough said following the meeting.


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