Plumas Lake ESD 2009-2010 First Interim Report. Budget Committee Meeting November 17, 2009. Revenue- “Revenue Limit”. $s we are supposed to earn for each student who attends school every day. Average Student Enrollment times 95% including Charter and SPED.
Budget Committee Meeting
November 17, 2009
$s we are supposed to earn for each student who attends school every day.
Average Student Enrollment times 95% including Charter and SPED
Adjustment in RL for beginning teachers salaries and other programs
Total we should receive from the State.
We only receive 81.65%
Deficited Revenue Limit
Approx. $250 per student cut made in July 2009 b/c State did not pass cuts until after 2008-09 finished.
What we actually are going to receive from the State
Assumption: 0% Growth in ADA for next 2 years
Assumption: No Change in the Deficit Factor
Assumption: No continuation of one time cut
We will not receive the Federal Stimulus Money for SPED, No Title I, less Title II and no Title V.
Assumption: No Change in Federal Funding
Federal Revenue is much less than adopted budget due to the change in rules on when to show as revenue.
State Categorical Much is now flexible and can be spent as unrestricted $’s
Assumption: Small COLA
County Transfer of SPED $’s, Interest, Facilities Fees
Transferring from Fund 52 to pay for CFD expenses such as Lawyer Fees.
Teachers move a step each year they have been in the district and can move over a column with more educational units. This means every year our salaries increase. This is the average increase over the last couple of years
Classified move a step each year they have been in the district. This means every year our salaries increase. This is the average increase over the last couple of years.
This includes the District portion of:
Health Benefits ($10,000 per full time employee per year)
New Math Program for K-5 to be purchased this year.
Fuel for buses/vehicles
California Consumer Price Index.
Reduction in one time expenditures then multiplied by the California Consumer Price Index (1.9%)
Mileage for employees, conferences for employees/board
Legal Fees, AERIES, Financial System, IT, SPED (Psych, OT , Behavior), Auditors, etc
PGE, OPUD, Pest Control, Garbage
Copiers, Bus Inspections/ Repairs, Maintenance we can’t do.
Payment to County for SPED services and transportation
Indirect costs from Fund 13- Cafeteria
State Mandated- We are at 5%
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These 3 make up
If Fund 25 can not pay for our COP the General Fund is responsible.
Wheatland HS MOU- Possibly a liability of up to $591,000.