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The Wilton Board of Education is pleased to be the bridge between the community and the schools. The Board of Education is responsible for governing the schools. The six-member board is elected for four-year staggered terms.

The e-mail addresses of the Board members are listed under "Members of the Board of Education". We encourage you to send any thoughts or comments to all members of the Board of Education. To contact all members with one email. Please use the following address:

The Board of Education relies on input from the voters to help it make informed decisions about what is right for Wilton. Letters and emails are always welcome, but please remember that all communications sent to Town boards and officials become part of the public record and are subject to legal requirements for disclosure and retention.

Since all communications are an important part of the public dialog, we ask you to include your name and postal address. Emails should include a full message in the body, not just a summary in the subject line. Emails sent to or to an individual board member will be shared with all board members.

Board of Education meeting agendas and minutes can be accessed through the BoardDocs menu below. Meetings can be viewed on our YouTube Channel and on Optimum Channel 78.

Thank you for participating in the Town's decision-making process.

Ruth DeLuca, Chair, Nicola Davies, Vice Chair, Lori Bufano, Secretary, Pam Ely, Patrick Pearson, Heather Priest


Budget Development Process

The budget process for the Wilton Public Schools begins with the Superintendent's budget proposal. This year, Dr. Kevin Smith, the Superintendent of Schools, presented the proposed 2024-25 budget for Wilton Public Schools at the Board of Education meeting on January 11, 2024.  The proposal is developed by the Superintendent and presented to the school board for review and discussion.

Below you will find some inportant dates for steps in the process: 

  • Tuesday, Jan. 23: BOE Budget Workshop 1:00 – 3:00 Miller-Driscoll, Cider Mill, Middlebrook
  • Wednesday, Jan. 24: BOE Budget Workshop 1:00 – 3:00 WHS and Athletics, Special Education
  • Thursday, January 25: Community Conversation – Zellner Gallery 10:00 a.m.
  • Thursday, Jan. 25: BOE Budget Workshop 1:00 – 3:00 Digital Learning, Technology, District
  • Thursday, January 25: BOE Regular Meeting 7:00 p.m. Budget Deliberations begin
  • Thursday, Febuary 1: 7:00 p.m. BOE Regular Meeting, Budget Deliberations 
  • Thursday, Febuary 8: Joint Meeting with Board of Finance 7:00 p.m. 
  • Thursday, February 29: Special Meeting – Budget Approval 7:00 p.m.

To stay informed and engaged throughout the budget process, we encourage you to attend the meetings and to review the presentations and recordings of important budget meetings, which will be posted on this webpage. Additionally, we will also post answers to questions provided by community members as they become available.

Budget 2024-2025 Documents

Budget Information Quick Links Below

Board of Education Goals & Board Briefs

Historical Budget Information