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School Budget & Elections Results


Good Evening

It is with great pleasure that I share the results of the Whitehall Central Budget Vote and BOE candidate election. The results show that the community believes in the Whitehall Central School District educational system and the dedicated educators within the school district.

As a district, we had put together a fiscally responsible and educationally sound budget that balanced the needs of both our students and our community. I am very pleased that the community saw this, and supported the district and its students! A BIG thank-you goes out to all that voted.

Lastly, congratulations to the Winners of the BOE elections. I look forward to continuing our work with the incumbents as well as our new members as we continue to move the district forward.

Have a wonderful evening.


Budget -
Yes- 360
No- 71

Bus Proposition
Yes- 350
No- 80

BOE Candidates (4 highest have won)
**George Armstrong - 274
**Tom Baker - 236
**Rich LaChapelle - 375
Roslyn Stark-Lambert - 234
Amy Michaud - 120
**Pat Norton - 357

HS Journalism Newsletter - May/June 2020


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Adirondack Area School Board Association Awards 2020


WCSD Budget Vote and Board Election


The Whitehall Central School District Budget Vote and Election is scheduled for June 9, 2020.
A Budget Hearing will take place on June 1, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. remotely, via the district website,, for presentation of the Budget.
Pursuant to Executive Order No. 202.26 issued on Friday, May 1, 2020 by Governor Andrew Cuomo, all voting for the June 9, 2020 election will be done by absentee ballot such that the school district must send absentee ballots with a postage paid return envelope to each “qualified voter.” A qualified voter is someone who is a US citizen, 18 years of age, a resident of the District for at least 30 days prior to the vote, and not disqualified by any reason set forth in NYS Election Law §5-106.
Poll Registration
Qualified voters on the District’s four most recent years’ poll lists will be automatically sent an absentee ballot. Anyone who meets the definition of a “qualified voter,” but does not believe he/she will be on the School District’s poll list, which contains the names of residents who voted in the past four years of school elections, please contact the District Clerk, Kimberly Manney, by email at as soon as possible to ensure timely receipt of an absentee ballot for the 2020 annual meeting/election.


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