Business Office

The Hilton Central School District Business Office manages the district budget, payroll, accounts payable/receivable and other business functions in accordance with the laws and regulations of the New York State Education Department and the Hilton Central School District Board of Education policies and regulations. Business administrators are members of the NYS Association of School Business Officials. Hilton CSD Budget Development is open to the public during Board of Education meetings, Budget Committee meetings and by visiting the budget section of this website.

Business Office Staff:

Adam Geist,

Adam Geist

Adam Geist, Assistant Superintendent for Business
(585) 392-1000, ext. 7034

James Barrett,

James Barrett

James Barrett, Budget Director
(585) 392-1000, ext. 7097

Sherri DaMore,

Sherri DaMore

Sherri DaMore, Payroll Specialist
(585) 392-1000, ext. 7032

Alisa Leach

Alisa Leach

Alisa Leach, Grant Assistant
(585) 392-1000, ext. 7035

Michelle McCue,

Michelle McCue

Michelle McCue, Administrative Assistant
(585) 392-1000, ext. 7033

Lisa Vincelli,

Lisa Vincelli

Lisa Vincelli, Accounts Payable Specialist
(585) 392-1000, ext. 7096

Community Use Of Facilities

For information on community use of Hilton School District facilities (schools, gymnasiums, auditoriums, cafeterias, fields, etc.), please see the files below. For more information, call Administrative Assistant Michelle McCue at (585) 392-1000, ext. 7033.

Application for Use of Facilities

NYS School Funding Transparency

Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, Education Law §3614—which was passed by the Legislature and became law as Chapter 59 of the Laws of 2018 - requires school districts to annually submit to the State Education Department and NYS Division of the Budget a detailed statement of the total funding allocation for each school in the district for the upcoming school budget year.

Based on existing financial information that school districts already report to the State Education Department on a district-wide basis, the form seeks to capture school districts’ methodologies and/or rationales for school-level funding determinations, including funding from state, local, and federal sources. In addition, the form surveys school districts’ projected centralized district costs, school-level student and staff information, school-level allocations for various programs, and - if applicable - school-level allocations under any locally implemented funding formula.