New York State Comptroller's Website Audit (2021)
In the interest of enhancing our financial transparency with the public, we will be using the above document for guidance to make significant enhancements to this portion of the website in the coming weeks.
Approved Financial Reserve Plan (November 2022)
Federal COVID Response Funding Update (September 2022)
An update on Federal COVID Rescue funding usage by the Camden Central School District, with reference to a previous presentation made to the Board of Education in November 2021. Public recommendations for the future utilization of this federal funding can be made via email to Karl Keil at email@example.com
Five Year Capital Facilities Plan (Nov. 2021)
Financial Reserve Plan (Nov. 2021)
Five Year Capital Facilities Plan (Oct. 2020)
1998 to Present Construction Summary
Building Condition Summary
Budget Vote History
Camden Bus Maintenance
Camden High School
Camden Maintenance Building
Camden Middle School
Construction Vote History
Enrollment Five Year Projection
Operational NYS Funding and GEA History
September 2020 Averages Historical and Projected
Three Year Scope
2022-23 District Safety Plan
Please call the Business office with any questions: 315-245-1024. The 2023-24 plan is currently in development.
The District completed the NYS required water testing for lead in their school building during 2021.
Should you have any further questions, you may contact our District Wide Safety Coordinator, Karl Keil, at the District Office at 315-245-1024.
CES Water Testing Results 2021
MES Water Testing Results 2021
CMS Water Testing Results 2021
CHS Water Testing Results 2021
Complaint Procedures for Non-Public Schools
Complaints regarding equitable services for non-public schools should follow the procedures detailed at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/nonpub/Ombudsman.html.
ESSA Complaint Procedures
Please use the link below below to review the process for resolving complaints submitted to the New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) Office of ESSA-Funded Programs alleging that a local educational agency (LEA), grantee or NYSED has violated a law, rule, or regulation in the administration of any “covered Federal program” under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).