St. Regis Falls Central School
THE ST. REGIS FALLS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT EMBRACES THE BELIEF THAT ALL STUDENTS CAN LEARN.
PURPOSE: "TO PROVIDE A QUALITY EDUCATION TO ALL OUR STUDENTS"
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS Special Patrol OfficersFranklin County Personnel Office is accepting applications for two Per Diem Special Patrol Officers, located at St. Regis Falls Central School District for the 2019-2020 academic year. Minimum Qualifications: Retired member of a police or sheriff’s department, or division of state police, or a retired former corrections, parole or probation officer. Firearm license is required. Applicants may apply in person at the Franklin County Personnel Office, 355 W. Main Street, Suite 311, Malone, NY 12953 or print an application from the County website: www.franklincony.org<http://www.franklincony.org> and mail the completed application and any supporting documentation to the address above. Phone: (518) 481-1677. Last date to file application is Friday, August 2, 2019. EOE – Residency is waived.
Substitutes Needed -Certified Substitute Teachers in all content areas - Substitute Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse.++No Application Deadlines for Substitute Positions++Please address ALL applications to: Mr. Tim Seymour, SuperintendentSt. Regis Falls Central SchoolPO Box 309, 92 North Main StreetSt. Regis Falls, NY 12980
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- Enhanced STAR Income Verification Program (IVP)
- Enhanced STAR Income Verification Program (IVP): Questions and answers for property owners
- Administering the Enhanced STAR Income Verification Program
- Enhanced STAR Income Verification Program: Questions and answers for assessors
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- Call 518-457-9053 weekdays from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m
2019-20 Budget Packet
2019-20 Salary Disclosure
School Report Card 2017-18
Fiscal Accountability Summary
Absentee Ballot Application
2019-20 Property Tax Report Card
SRF 2019 Franklin County Exemption Impact Report
See Budget Newsletter Below:
2019 Changes to Exemptions for Property Owners Age 65 and Over
To receive the Enhanced STAR exemption, property owners must enroll in the Income Verification Program (IVP).
Property owners enroll in the IVP with their assessor at the time they are applying for or renewing their Enhanced STAR exemption. They only need to enroll in the IVP once. If eligible for the Enhanced STAR exemption, they will automatically receive the exemption each year thereafter.
In the first year, the assessor will verify their eligibility based on the income information provided.
In the following years, the New York State Tax Department will verify their income eligibility. Property owners will not need to renew the exemption or provide copies of their tax returns to their local assessor.
We will notify the assessor whether the property owner’s income satisfies the income eligibility requirement, but we will not disclose their income to the assessor.
Senior citizens exemption recipients must apply for Enhanced STAR separately.
To receive the senior citizens exemption, property owners must apply each year. In the past, older adults who qualified for the Partial Tax Exemption for Real Property of Senior Citizens (also known as the senior citizens or aged exemption) were automatically granted the Enhanced STAR exemption.
Due to changes in New York State law, beginning with applications for 2019, they must apply separately for the senior citizens exemption and the Enhanced STAR exemption.