Q: When is the budget vote?
Q: Which school year will this budget cover?
Q: What changes have been made in the voting process?
Q: Are masks required for in-person voting?
Q: When will we know results?
Q: Districts recently received millions of dollars in extra federal and state aid, much of it in the form of pandemic relief funding. Will this mean lower taxes?
Analysis: School taxes could go up average 1.38%, lowest increase in five yearsThe 2021-22 levy hike would be the smallest since 2016-17, when the rate dropped to less than 1%, and the second-smallest since 1996-97, when Newsday began tracking taxation patterns. On the ballot: $13.8 billion in proposed spending, up 2.9%A recent billion-dollar-plus infusion of federal and state aid for Long Island schools is generating controversy as well as hope for expanded student services and taxpayer relief, as districts head toward annual budget votes Tuesday. School district 2021-22 budget and tax plans Long Island school districts are proposing to increase property tax levies by 1.38% to nearly $9.3 billion for the 2021-22 school year. LI school elections: full resultsSchool district residents went to the polls Tuesday to vote on budgets and members of their local boards for the coming school year. Here are the latest results from LI's 124 districts.