New York State education law requires school district budgets to be presented in three component parts: the administrative component; the program component; and the capital component. The definitions for each component are
The program component shall include appropriations for the following: in-service training-instruction; teaching-regular school; programs for students with disabilities; occupational education; teaching-special schools; school library and audio visual; educational television; computer assisted instruction; attendance-regular school; guidance-regular school; health services; psychological services-regular school; social work services-regular school; pupil personnel services-special schools; co-curricular activities-regular school; interscholastic athletics-regular school; district transportation services excluding school bus purchases; garage building; transfers to school lunch, special aid funds; legal services relating directly to the program component; employee benefits attributable to salaries included in the program component.
2018-2019: $33,820,467 (72.42%)
2019-2020: $34,701,970 (72.40%)
The capital component shall include appropriations for the following: operations of plant; maintenance of plant; debt service; employee benefits attributable to salaries included in the capital component.2018-2019: $7,551,707 (16.17%)
2019-2020: $7,881,658 (16.44%)
The administrative component shall include appropriations for the following: board of education; district clerk; district meeting; chief school officer; business administration; auditing; tax collector; legal services except those relating directly to the program component; personnel services; public information services; curriculum development and supervision; research, planning and evaluation; supervision-regular school; supervision-special schools; central data processing; central printing and mailing; employee benefits attributable to salaries included in the administrative component.