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Budget Information

   The 2022-2023 Budget Vote and School Board Member Election will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, from 7AM-9PM.

Here is the Adoped Budget for the current school year:  Budget Expenditures for 2021-2022

If you have any questions about the budget, please do not hesitate to contact the board of education or the superintendent’s office at (315) 255-8822 or


  • Overal budget up 3.9% compared to 2020-2021
  • Tax Levy Increase of 2.85%
  • $1.5 Million Increase in State Foundation Aid
  • Net Increase of 11 positions

May 2021 Maroon Monthly - Budget Edition


Meet the new 2021-2022 School Board Members

Matteo Bartolotta

Matteo Bartolotta  I have been a resident of Auburn for almost 20 years. My wife, Kristen, and I have four daughters, all of whom attended/attend the Auburn School District. Our oldest daughter will be graduating from Saint John Fisher College in May with a Masters degree in Library/Media Specialist. Our second oldest daughter is completing her senior year at Auburn High School and will be attending Mercyhurst University. Next Fall we will have a sophomore at the high school and an 8th grader attending the junior high. As a local businessman, for 27 years, a father of four, and the husband of an educator, I firmly believe I have a very unique perspective to offer the school board. I am running for a seat on the Auburn Enlarged City School District Board of Education because I have a vested interest in our school community as a whole. Providing equitable educational opportunities and making sound fiscal decisions will be my mission if elected on May 18th.



Salvatore Giangreco

Salvatore J. Giangreco  Sam, a lifelong resident of Auburn, is married to Sheila Rhodes Giangreco with 6 children, (Tracy Kulis, Carene Kulis, Susan Bray, Mandi Mehl, Heather Giangreco, Kevin Giangreco), 10 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. He is currently a three-term incumbent seeking a 4th term on the AECSD School Board, having also served 2 terms as Vice President. Sam presently chairs the Facilities Committee and is committed to seeing the Capital Project through its entirety. Sam chaired the City of Auburn Planning Board and was the longest serving city member of the Emerson Park Committee. He is a 4th Degree member of Knights of Columbus and the former lead musician of the Blue Lights Band for over 35 years. Sam is a 1969 graduate of Mount Carmel and attended CCC majoring in liberal arts. Sam retired from AECSD after 35 years as a senior custodian/maintenance worker. He was employed by Seneca Cayuga ARC as a skills enhancement specialist III and Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES for 6 years as a job coach for the Community Experience Program and is currently a private care giver. Priorities: Provide tools and programs for every student to succeed in a safe and secure environment, hire dedicated teachers to provide the best education possible for all students, and advocate and encourage parents’ involvement in their students’ education.


Ian Phillips

Ian Phillips  I'm proud to be completing my first term as a Board member and thankful for the opportunity to continue to give back to this district for all it has afforded me. I've spent my professional life advocating for kids and schools. First, as a parent advocate in Philadelphia, then as a middle school teacher in Detroit, and currently with New York State United Teachers. I've been able to help create and lead our district Advocacy Committee which has put a spotlight on more than a decade of state underfunding. Thankfully this year, for the first year in many years, we are adding back programs for our students and adding back needed staff to bring our students up to speed from all they've missed over the last year.I'm running for school board because I want to support the learning of our students and innovative educators that support them along the way.






Past School Board Election and Budget Vote Information:
Polling Places (Open 7:00am - 9:00pm):
Casey Park Elementary            School Legislative District 10
Owasco Elementary School      ASD Residents in the Town of Owasco
Seward Elementary School       Legislative Districts 12, 13, 14, 15 and
                                                  ASD Residents in the Town of Fleming
Auburn Junior High School        Legislative District 11 and
                                                   ASD Residents in the Town of Sennett
Individuals who previously voted at West Middle School will now vote at Seward Elementary School.
        Not sure of where to vote? Please call (315) 255-8850 or (315) 255-8822, or use the link above to look up your polling location by street address.
        Look up your polling location by street address here!

Absentee Ballots:

Qualified school district voters who are unable to vote in person may vote by absentee ballot. To receive an absentee ballot, individuals must fill out an application for the ballot. An absentee ballot can be downloaded from this page, or you can call (315) 255-8850 or (315) 255-8822 to obtain one.
Complete the application and return it to:
Michelle Major, District Clerk
Harriet Tubman Administration Building
78 Thornton Avenue
Auburn, NY 13021

If you have any questions or concerns about the district's budget, please do not hesitate to contact us at (315) 255-8800.
Prospective School Board Member Information
If you are considering running for the AECSD Board of Education, please download the booklet "Running for the School Board" from the New York State School Boards Association. Here you will find what all prospective school board members should know about their eligibility, campaigning, responsibilities and commitment to public education. The English and Spanish versions are under Downloads below.
Superintendent: Jeffrey Pirozzolo
Phone: 315.255.8800
Address: 78 Thornton Avenue | Auburn, NY 13021