Budget Presentation - Harrisonburg City Public Schools

Report
Harrisonburg City Public
Schools
FY2016 Proposed Operational and
School Nutrition Budgets
February 17th, 2015
Presented by
Scott Kizner, Ph.D.
Investing in the Future of Harrisonburg City
Harrisonburg City Schools…A place where learning has no
limits and together we work for the success of all.
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Our Budget is Aligned with
Our Mission and Core Beliefs
LEARNING We believe learning is the heart and soul of what we do
and that all students will learn.
EQUITY We believe each and every student has gifts and talents that
will be recognized, valued, nurtured, and celebrated.
EXCELLENCE We believe in setting high expectations for students
and adults in attitude, behavior, progress, and achievement.
TOGETHER We believe in meaningful collaboration with each other,
parents, students, and the community.
FORWARD We believe in continuous improvement through innovation,
taking risks, solving problems, and a sense of humor.
Budget Goals
Goal 1
• Promote outstanding achievement, high standards and
expectations for learning
Goal 2
• Promote the best practices to recruit, retain and engage our
workforce
Goal 3
• Promote the involvement and enhance the professional
development for all staff
Goal 4
• Promote student personal growth so that each can become a
responsible contributing citizen
Goal 5
• Promote community support and involvement in the schools
Goal 6
• Promote organizational efficiency and protection of assets
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Key Points
• Equity and excellence drives our daily decisions
• Budget is flexible to meet unanticipated or new priority needs
• High expectations for learning and investing in personnel are
essential for continuous improvement
• Not everything can be funded and not everything can be funded at
current levels
• New needs require us to “abandon” some past priorities
• Our enrollment continues to increase (2-4%)
• Diverse needs of our students are a driving budget focus
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Key Points
• Greatest AMO gains are expected for English Language Learners
(ELL), Economically Disadvantaged and Students with Disabilities
• Harrisonburg City Public Schools ELL and Economically
Disadvantaged student population is significantly higher than the
state average
• ELL State Average = 10.07%; ELL HCPS average = 34.16%
• F/R Lunch State Average = 40.04%; F/R Lunch HCPS average = 71.12%
• College and Career Readiness is an expectation for ALL students
• The “Whole Child” is our focus
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Accomplishments
• Teachers and staff receiving state and national awards
• On-time graduation has improved to above the state requirement
• Harrisonburg High School listed as one of the best high schools
for advanced placement instruction and results
• Harrisonburg High School ranked 26 out of the best high schools
in Virginia according to Niche Rankings
• Winner of the Wells Fargo Scholastic Cup four years in a row
• Expansion of STEM instruction and fine arts academies
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Accomplishments
• Expansion of college and university partnerships
• Continuation of Blue Ridge Scholars Degree program
• Expansion of dual language programs
• Career experience program implemented at HHS
• Expansion of CTE HS courses including Teach for Tomorrow
• Parent and community learning workshops
• Expansion and upgrades of instructional technology
• So many more….
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Future Challenges
•
•
•
•
•
•
Growth and facility limitations
Accelerated AMO requirements
“Newcomer” eligible students have increased significantly
Prepare students for k school readiness
Older students entering our schools with no or very few credits
Attracting and retaining exceptional staff to meet the diverse needs
of our students
• Health insurance and VRS increases
• Funding revenue uncertainties
• New mandates and laws
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K-12 Membership
As of January 30, 2015
Schools
HHS
Total
F/R Lunch
LEP
1,491
954
388
Skyline
767
552
199
THMS
805
483
153
Keister
476
267
195
Smithland
538
372
242
Spotswood
434
381
274
Stone Spring
336
215
128
Waterman
453
344
222
TOTALS
5,300
3,568
1,801
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Free/Reduced Lunch Program Participation
(includes Pre-K)
80.00%
70.00%
60.00%
50.00%
40.00%
30.00%
20.00%
10.00%
0.00%
68.99%71.66%71.12%
68.45%
62.62%65.43%
58.38%
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Class Size Reduction Requirements
Qualifying School
Percentage of Students
Approved for Free
Lunch
Required Grades K-3
Schoolwide Ratio
Required Maximum
Individual Class Size
30% but less than 45%
19 to 1
24
45% but less than 55%
18 to 1
23
55% but less than 65%
17 to 1
22
65% but less than 70%
16 to 1
21
70% but less than 75%
15 to 1
20
75% or more
14 to 1
19
Source: Item 132 C. 10. d. of Chapter 874, 2010 Acts of Assembly.
Grade Enrollment Projection
(Based on 2014 Fall Enrollment Counts)
2014•
-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017•
-18
2018•
-19
2019•
-20
Change
Kindergarten
448
468
468
501
473
481
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Grade 1
466
441
461
467
496
468
2
Grade 2
451
467
444
466
470
500
49
Grade 3
459
453
473
451
471
476
17
Grade 4
426
455
450
465
445
465
39
Grade 5
421
436
461
453
472
451
30
Grade 6
396
426
443
474
462
482
86
Grade 7
399
411
441
455
490
477
78
Grade 8
385
396
409
440
453
488
103
Grade 9
466
453
472
493
524
542
76
Grade 10
390
455
446
460
483
514
124
Grade 11
311
352
397
394
408
425
114
Grade 12
353
354
411
473
459
479
126
5,371
5,568
5,774
5,993
6,106
6,248
877
Total K-12
Demographics Research Group - University of Virginia - www.coopercenter.org/demographics - 434.982.5698
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7,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
Short Term Trends Projection
Medium Term Trends Projection
Long Term Trends Projection
Enrollment
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
2002
2004
2006
2008
2010
2012
2014
2016
2018
2020
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New Opportunities for 2015-2016
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Expansion of high school STEM offerings
Expansion Middle School AVID programs
Expansion of elementary dual immersion programs
Middle School dual language program
Expansion of instructional technology programs
Expansion of digital reading program at Spotswood
Community partnerships for after school programming
Development of a comprehensive high school apprenticeship,
internship, and mentoring program
• Creating additional leadership experiences for staff
• University and Foundation support for professional
development
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Budget Notes
• Budgeted ADM for FY16 is 5,400.
• VA DOE currently funding on 9/30/14 adjusted
ADM of 5,255 (current budget built on 5115 ADM)
• Assumes 2% salary increases for all employees and
an additional 1% increase for instructional assistants
$767,520
• Additional payroll taxes and VRS contributions
associated with proposed salary increase $154,407
• State revenues are based on the Governor’s budget
proposal, dated 12/17/14, but may be higher based
on General Assembly action
• Revenues reflect a $1,945,369 increase in State
revenues based on increased ADM
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Budget Notes
• Assumes 12% health insurance increase and
insurance adjustment: $930,689
• Assumes health design changes to employer
contributions for health insurance premiums: $77,000
• Assumes a .35 reduction in VRS contributions for
professional staff members totaling ($18,357)
• Original new non-personnel requests totaled
$2,374,575
• Assumes an addition of $1,090,812 in non-personal
funds
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Budget Notes
• Original new personnel requests totaled $2,227,860
for 41 new FTE and extended contracts
• Assumes an increase of 12 new positions and
reduction of 5 current staff for a net total of 7 new
positions totaling $528,108.
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Budget Notes
• Assumes an additional $1,386,783 in the City
appropriation.
• Assumes an additional $198,000 in local recovered
costs from E-Rate reimbursement.
• The budget development process compares
expenditures and revenues to the approved 20142015 budget, which does not include supplemental
appropriations.
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Health Insurance Plan Comparisons
Plan 3-Hired on or After July 1,
2015
Employee Only
Employee & One Minor
Employee & Children
Empoyee & Spouse
Family
Total Cost
$511.97
$749.35
$1,068.77
$1,122.37
$1,578.04
% Cost for
Employer
90%
68%
65%
62%
56%
Cost for
Employee
$51.20
$237.37
$374.07
$426.50
$694.34
Employer Cost
$460.77
$511.98
$694.70
$695.87
$883.70
Total Cost
$511.97
$749.35
$1,068.77
$1,122.37
$1,578.04
% Cost for
Employer
100%
68%
48%
46%
32%
Cost for
Employee
$0.00
$237.37
$556.80
$610.40
$1,066.06
Employer Cost
$511.97
$511.97
$511.97
$511.97
$511.97
Total Cost
$511.97
$749.35
$1,068.77
$1,122.37
$1,578.04
% Cost for
Employer
70%
70%
70%
70%
70%
Cost for
Employee
$153.59
$224.81
$320.63
$336.71
$473.41
Employer Cost
$358.38
$524.55
$748.14
$785.66
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$1,104.63
Plan 2-Hired on or After July 1,
2012
Employee Only
Employee & One Minor
Employee & Children
Empoyee & Spouse
Family
Plan 1-Hired prior to July 1, 2012
Employee Only
Employee & One Minor
Employee & Children
Empoyee & Spouse
Family
Comparison of Personnel Requests - Tier 1 to Tier 6
New positions (includes benefits):
HHS - Guidance Counselor
HHS - .5 STEM Chemistry and Earth Science Teacher
HHS - English Teacher
HHS - Math Teacher
HHS - CTE Teacher (broadcasting, leadership, career coach)
HHS - Graduate Assistant for Athletics
HHS - ESOL Teacher
SKMS - Dual Language Teacher
SKMS - 5th Grade Teacher
SKMS - Developmental Reading Teachers
SKMS - Reading Specialist
SKMS - Guidance Counselor
SKMS - PE Teacher
SKMS - Spanish Teacher
SKMS - 7&8 Grade Science Teacher
SKMS - 7th Grade English Teacher
SKMS - 7th Grade Math Teacher
SKMS - ESL Teacher
SKMS - 4 Instructional Assistants
THMS - Alternative Education Teacher
THMS - Alternative Education Instructional Assistant
SMES - 3rd Grade Teacher
SSES - 2nd Grade Teacher
SSES - .5 Arts Coach
WES - ESOL Teacher
SPED - BCBA Teacher
SPED - Transition/Job Coach
SPED - Psychologist
SPED - Coordinator
SPED - Elementary Behavioral Program Teacher
SPED - Elementary Behavioral Program Assistant
SPED - Community Services Board Counselors
Div - Move History Coordinator to Full Time
Div - Accounts Payable & HR Specialist
Div - Computer Technician
Div - Literacy Specialist
Div - Move Fine Arts Coordinator to Full Time
Totals
Tier 1
1.0
0.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
4.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
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Tier 6
64,313
32,157
64,313
64,313
64,313
15,000
64,313
64,313
64,313
128,626
64,313
64,313
64,313
64,313
64,313
64,313
64,313
64,313
100,948
64,313
25,237
64,313
64,313
32,157
64,313
64,313
45,000
80,000
100,000
64,313
25,237
50,000
30,690
55,000
64,313
64,313
28,609
2,227,860
0.5
0.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
Transfer from THMS
0.5
1.0
Transfer from THMS
Transfer from THMS
32,157
32,157
64,313
64,313
64,313
32,157
64,313
1.0
1.0
25,237
64,313
1.0
64,313
1.0
64,313
1.0
25,000
0.5
1.0
32,157
64,313
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693,369
Personnel Requests - 12 FTE
• 1.5 high school teaching positions
• 1 shared guidance counselor position
• 2 ESL teaching positions
• 2 middle school teaching positions
• 1 alternative education teacher
• 1 middle school teaching assistant
• 1 elementary grade-level teacher
• 1 community services board counselor
• .5 division-wide computer technician
• 1 division-wide reading specialist
Not replacing 5 FTE resignations/retirements
• Overall net gain of 7 FTE new positions
(Tier 6)
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Non-Personnel Increases – Tier 6
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Capital Additions/Replacements (furniture, trailers) 85,000
Student Transportation Costs
108,630
Increases for insurance and legal fees
45,000
Utility cost increases
60,750
Technology expansion/replacement
350,000
Instruction and after school opportunities
90,000
Additional costs for maintenance
18,000
Professional development
10,000
Band Instruments
9,000
Division assessment
5,000
Alternative education costs
16,000
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Non-Personnel Increases – Tier 6
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Summer school programming
Athletic programs
Social/emotional outreach
Division-wide support
Instructional programming
School based requests
Shenandoah Valley Regional Program
for SPED
16,000
13,000
29,000
17,235
46,690
45,147
250,000
There were decreases in MTC ($30,000) and textbooks
($55,700).
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Budget Increases – Tier 6
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Health insurance increases
930,689
Health insurance plan adjustments
77,000
2% pay increase
747,735
Additional 1% increase for TA’s
19,785
Increased VRS and FICA
154,407
New positions (12)
693,369
Personnel reductions/savings (5 positions) (165,261)
Less employer contribution to VRS
(18,357)
Non-personnel requests
1,090,812
TOTAL BUDGET INCREASE
3,530,179
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Budget Process (Tier 1 to Tier 6)
Tier 1
Current Budget
Tier 6
63,097,788
63,097,788
Health Insurance Increases
424,985
930,689
Health Insurance plan adjustments
246,518
77,000
1,116,023
747,735
19,785
19,785
230,457
154,407
New Positions/Extended Contracts
2,227,860
693,369
Personnel Reductions
(165,261)
(165,261)
(18,357)
(18,357)
2,374,575
1,090,812
69,554,373
66,627,967
Salary Increase 3% to 2%
Additional 1% salary increase for TA’s
Increased VRS and FICA
Less employer contributions to VRS - .35%
Non-Personnel Requests
TOTAL
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Expenditures by Function – Tier 6
Function
Approved
FY15
Proposed
FY16
Dollar
Change
Instruction
48,749,936
51,315,551
2,565,615
5.26%
77.02%
Admin, Attend,
Health
3,665,431
3,821,654
156,223
4.26%
5.74%
Pupil Trans.
3,253,249
3,404,998
151,749
4.66%
5.11%
Operation & Maint
4,811,418
5,038,886
227,468
4.73%
7.56%
Technology
2,617,754
3,046,878
429,124
16.39%
4.57%
63,097,788
66,627,967
3,530,179
5.59%
100.00%
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Percent
Change
% of
Total
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Expenditures by Function – Tier 6
Function Codes
7.56%
4.57%
Instruction
5.11%
Admin, Health,
& Attendance
5.74%
Transportation
77.02%
Operations &
Maintenance
Technology
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Expenditure Process
FY 2015 Appropriated
63,097,788
FY 2016 Original Request (Tier 1)
69,554,373
Increase
6,456,585
Percent Increase
10.23%
FY 2015 Appropriated
63,097,788
FY 2016 Requested (Tier 6)
66,627,967
Increase
$3,530,179
Percent Increase
5.59%
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Expenditure Increases – Tier 6
Expenditure Increases
13.95%
7.08%
Health Insurance
28.54%
Salary Increases
New Positions
9.91%
Technology
SVRP
14.96%
Other
25.60%
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30
Revenues by Source – Tier 6
Source
Approved
FY15
Proposed
FY16
State
29,779,011 31,724,407
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
Percent
of Total
1,945,396
6.53%
47.61%
Federal
2,795,242
2,795,242
0
0.00%
4.20%
Recovered Costs
1,686,675
1,884,675
198,000
11.74%
2.83%
28,836,860 30,223,643
1,386,783
4.81%
45.36%
63,097,788 66,627,967
3,286,179
5.59%
100.00%
City Approp.
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Revenues by Source – Tier 6
Revenue by Source
State
Federal
45.36%
47.61%
Local/Recovere
d
City
Appropriation
2.83%
4.20%
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History of Local Composite Index
0.6
0.5477
0.5493
0.5286
0.4804
0.5
0.4361
0.4099
0.4133 0.4274
0.4
0.4009
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
19982000
20002002
20022004
20042006
20062008
20082010
20102012
20122014
20142016
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Budgeted Appropriations
(percentage of total budget)
50.00%
45.00%
40.00%
35.00%
30.00%
25.00%
20.00%
15.00%
10.00%
5.00%
0.00%
State
Local
Federal
Recovered
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Federal Revenues History
(Percentage of Total Appropriated Budget)
9.00%
8.00%
7.00%
6.00%
5.00%
4.00%
3.00%
2.00%
1.00%
0.00%
8.21% 8.07% 8.54%
6.86%
4.70% 4.46%
4.20%
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Budgeted K-12 Local Per Pupil Expenditure
5,900
5,800
5,700
5,600
5,500
5,400
5,300
5,200
5,887
5,768
5,710
5,660
5,572
5,477
5,597
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Budgeted K-12 State Per Pupil Expenditure
6,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
-
4,851
4,809
4,860
5,166
5,530
5,850
5,924
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Budgeted City Appropriation
(percentage of total budget)
48.00%
47.86%
47.50%
47.00%
46.50%
46.20%
45.77% 45.72%
46.00%
45.50%
45.00%
44.50%
44.00%
43.50%
45.13%
45.36%
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Budgeted City Appropriation
(dollars)
35,000,000
30,000,000
25,000,000
20,000,000
15,000,000
10,000,000
5,000,000
0
30,223,643
28,836,860
26,305,33927,301,636
24,901,39725,220,043
State Per Pupil K-12 Funding Still Well Below FY09 Peak
(All State Appropriated Funds)
$5,400
$5,274
$5,200
$5,000
$4,800
$4,600
$4,966
$4,868
$5,026$5,036
$5,000
$4,863
$4,809
$4,513$4,546
$4,400
$4,200
$4,000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Includes GF, lottery profits, miscellaneous NGF, and state appropriated federal stimulus funds
Source: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/school_finance/budget/calc_tools/index.shtml
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Inflation-Adjusted State Per Pupil K-12 Funding
Indicates Even Larger Declines in State Aid
(2007 $ -- All State Appropriated Funds)
$5,200
$5,000
$4,800
$5,039
$4,868
$4,807
$4,720
$4,600
$4,342
$4,400
$4,200
$4,242 $4,250
$4,175
$4,240
$4,083
$4,000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Includes GF, lottery profits, miscellaneous NGF, and state appropriated federal stimulus funds
adjusted by the CPI.
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State Standards of Quality Funding Do
Not Reflect True Costs of K-12 System
State does not pay for all Board of Education
approved standards; overemphasizes the lower values
in the more numerous, smaller/rural school divisions
in calculating prevailing costs; does not reflect realtime salary costs in re-benchmarking; and localities
often go beyond state mandates to meet SOL and
SOA requirements.
 All localities spent $6.84 billion for school division
operations in FY 2013, or $3.55 billion (108%) above
RLE. All localities provided 56 percent of state-local
funding for K-12.
 All school divisions exceeded RLE in FY 13.

◦
◦
◦
◦
Divisions
Divisions
Divisions
Divisions
at or Below 25%
Exceeding 25% to 75%
Exceeding 76% to 100%
Exceeding 100%
12
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31
42
41
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2014-2015 Teacher Salary Scales
(Surrounding Areas)
Division
Beginning
Salary
Top Salary
Years to Top
for New
Hire
Augusta County
39,200
61,794
38 years
Charlottesville
44,160
67,501
29 years
Frederick County
40,000
69,550
38 years
Harrisonburg
41,811
63,161
30 years
Page County
37,946
59,573
37 years
Rockingham County
41,300
60,009
35 years
Shenandoah County
40,000
61,869
40 years
Staunton
39,792
58,961
36 years
Warren County
40,655
67,876
40 years
Waynesboro
39,232
60,252
35 years
Winchester
40,500
72,250
38 years
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Teachers – Years of Experience
31
39
175
44
0-5 years
6-10 years
11-15 years
16-20 years
56
21-25 years
26-30 years
31+ years
104
43
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FY 2016 Proposed
School Nutrition Budget
Presented by
Scott R. Kizner, Ph.D.
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Budget Notes
Assumes a 10 cents per meal lunch price
increase.
 Data reflects increase in revenues from
federal sources due to increased number of
students receiving free or reduced meals.
 Assumes a 2% pay increase for all
employees as well as an additional 1%
increase for nutrition assistants.

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Revenues by Source
FY 2015
Approved
FY 2016
Proposed
State
75,000
78,000
Federal
2,617,000
2,777,300
Meal Receipts and Rebates
577,593
615,234
3,269,593
3,470,534
TOTAL
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Expenditures by Function
FY 2015
Approved
FY 2016
Proposed
Food Service
3,254,593
3,449,034
Technology
15,000
21,500
3,269,593
3,470,534
TOTAL
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Expenditures by Object
FY 2014
Approved
FY 2015
Proposed
Personnel
895,298
996,915
Employee Svcs (benefits)
425,395
499,219
Purchased Services
60,000
75,000
Other Charges
8,900
10,900
Food and Supplies
1,815,000
1,820,500
Capital Outlay
65,000
68,000
3,269,593
3,470,534
TOTAL
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