Where do school funds come from and how is the money spent?
Board budget presentations
School-level budgets in the Local Control & Accountability Plans (LCAP)
General Obligation Bonds provide quality facilities for learning.
2015 Measure B Parcel Tax provides a high-quality education for local elementary and middle school students
Where do school funds come from?
Public school funding comes from multiple sources—local, state and federal. Our reputation for prudent fiscal management gives us the added support of grants and donations to bolster student programs.
RevenueSource: 2023-2024 adopted budget
|Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)||$92,176,276||80.8%|
|Local (e.g. grants, rentals, donations)||$5,419,615||4.8%|
|Federal (e.g. grants)||$5,513,832||4.8%|
|Other State (e.g. grants)||$8,776,985||7.7%|
|Total Projected Revenue 2022-23||$113,328,445|
How is the money spent?
We consistently earn excellent reports from independent auditors and outstanding bond credit ratings, which makes us more eligible for grants that stretch the public's dollar further. Also, a Citizens Oversight Committee monitors district spending of bond and parcel tax funds for compliance with wording in voter-approved ballot measures.
ExpendituresAverage spent per student: $20,038
|Books & Supplies||$4,545,496.10||3.9%|
|Services & Other Operating||$12,362,146.13||10.5%|
|Capital Outlay, Other Outgo & Transfers Out||$540,906.00||0.5%|
|Total Projected Expenses 2023-24||$117,518,541.28|
Board presentations regarding budget will be posted here after they are presented at the Board meeting.