Welcome to the Wilson School District Business Office webpage
2022-23 General Fund Budget – On June 20, 2022 the Wilson School Board approved the 2022-23 Final General Fund Budget, providing for expenditures of $125.5 million with a tax on real estate of 28.66 mills. Please refer to Financial Information Page for the 2022-23 Final Budget in PDE format.
ANNUAL TAX BILLING – On July 1, 2022, the Annual Real Estate and Per Capita tax bills were mailed to District taxpayers. For more detailed information regarding your tax billings, please refer to the 2022 Annual Tax Information and Guidelines on the Wilson School District website under Business Office – Real Estate and Per Capita Tax Information.
**2022 Real Estate Tax Bills and Per Capita bills were mailed via USPS on July 1, 2022.**
MERCANTILE/BUSINESS PRIVILEGE TAX – The Mercantile/Business Privilege Tax (MBPT) Annual 2021 Final/2022 Estimate Return deadline is April 18, 2022 for both filing the tax return and paying the tax.
To reiterate: The Mercantile/Business Privilege Tax 2021 Final/2022 Estimate return filing and tax payment will be due (postmarked) on April 18, 2022. Penalty and Interest on late tax payments will begin to accrue on April 19, 2022.
The Wilson School District is located in south central Berks County, adjacent to the City of Reading, the County Seat, thirty miles northeast of the City of Lancaster, fifty miles northwest of the City of Philadelphia and twenty-five miles east of the City of Lebanon. Covering 38.6 square miles, the School District serves the residents of the Townships of Lower Heidelberg and Spring, the Borough of Sinking Spring and a portion of the Borough of Wyomissing, north of U. S. Route 422. The School District is part of the Reading Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). The population, according to the 2010 Federal Census, is 48,738.
For 2022-23, local revenues are primarily based on a 28.66 mill real estate levy, a $10 per capita tax, a $5 Local Services Tax, a .5% earned income tax, a .5% real estate transfer tax, a business privilege/mercantile tax based on a 1.5 mill levy on all retail, services and rental transactions, and a 1.0 mill levy on all wholesale transactions.
The District operates its own transportation fleet and collects its real estate and per capita taxes through Fulton Bank. The student population numbers are in excess of 6,300 and are supported by a budget of $125.5 million for the 2022-23 school year.
Wilson’s Business Office oversees the public services listed below. Each can be accessed by clicking on the following links, or you may call (610) 670-0180 followed by the extensions as listed:
Business Office Staff
Christine Schlosman, CPA (ext. 1112)
Chief Financial Officer
Joanne Beard, CPA (ext. 1145)
Jessica Schnettler (ext. 1130 )
Angie Rutt (ext. 1117)
Valarie Noecker (ext. 1151)
Fiscal Services Specialist
Nicholas Claytor (ext. 1146)
Jennifer Essig (ext. 1166)
Accounts Payable/Purchasing Specialist
Annette Smith (ext. 1155)
Taunya Arnold (ext. 1118)
Michelle Kauffman (ext. 1078)
Business Privilege Tax (Ext. 1117)
Real Estate Tax (Ext. 1117)
Per Capita Tax (Ext. 1151 or Ext. 1117)
Census (Ext. 1151)
School Tax Certificates (Ext. 1151)