The Business Office manages the non-curricular aspects of the district and is responsible for accounting and reporting; financial planning and budgeting; operation and maintenance; administering personnel functions; purchasing and supply management; data processing; food service operations; grant applications and reporting; insurance; collective bargaining and transportation. In addition, it serves as the gateway in reporting of school business information to the State of Connecticut.
Director of Finance
Assistant to the Director of Finance
Payroll & Benefits & Grants Coordinator
Superintendent Megan Bennett presented a proposed 2019-2020 budget to the Board of Education on Monday, March 11, 2019. Click here for the presentation. For the Proposed Superintendent's Budget for 2019-2020, please click below.
The District has enrollment projections prepared annually to inform planning for the future of the Region. The trends reported in the projections accomplish several things, including guidance for budget development and assistance in forecasting future facility needs.
As with all projections of the future, this analysis relies heavily on information from the recent past to predict future enrollment. Click on the link below for the most recent projection prepared for Region 12 by Dr. Peter Prowda.
A recap of enrollment based on the official October 1 reporting of students attending Region 12 schools is available by clicking the link below.
This financial data is presented in accordance with CT State Statute 10-222o, which requires each local and regional board of education to annually publish on their website the aggregate spending for education for each school under their jurisdiction. Please note that aggregate spending includes, but is not limited to, funding sources such as the locally approved school budget, all in-kind services provided by the local municipality/city, all Federal and State Grants, Insurance Claims, Rentals, Donations, and Endowment Funds.
Total expenditures have been disaggregated and presented by school and by special education tuition as required.