The Financial Information section is designed to provide information about the budget development process, as well as, the actual budget documents.  On an annual basis, the district’s filing of the End-of-Year financial report to the Massachusetts Deaprtment of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is auditted.  Recent audit reports are available below.

Actual and projected enrollments are provided in the Enrollment menu.  The Procedure Manual provides guidance to employees in all aspects of finance and operations.

Budgets by Fiscal Year

Weston Public School’s annual budget is developed through a collaborative process involving the school leadership. The Administration reviews the School Committee’s Budget Guidelines and the Superintendent’s Strategic Plan to make decisions about what to bring forward in the budget, mindful of the fiscal constraints of the Town.

Fiscal Year 2019 Weston Public Schools Budget earned the Meritorious Budget Award

 The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) is proud to recognize Weston Public Schools for excellence in budget presentation with the Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) for the 2018-2019 budget year. Participants submit their budget applications to ASBO’s panel of financial professionals for review, during which they are assessed for compliance with the MBA Criteria Checklist and other requirements. Districts that successfully demonstrate they have met the necessary program requirements may earn the MBA award. Reviewers provide expert feedback, offering districts a learning opportunity to further improve their budget document.

 “School business officials can enhance their budget presentation just by applying for an MBA award,” ASBO International Executive Director John Musso explains. “The application process helps school officials create an easy-to-read, accurate budget document that clearly communicates the district’s goals and objectives, and builds credibility and trust with their community.” Musso adds, “The MBA serves as a gold-star designation and promotes continuous improvement—reasons districts apply year after year.”