Budget


Interim Reports

Each interim fiscal report developed pursuant to Education Code 42130 shall include an assessment of the district budget as revised to reflect current information regarding the adopted state budget, district property tax revenues, if any, and ending balances for the preceding fiscal year. (Education Code 42130, 42131)

The interim reports shall be based on State Board of Education (SBE) criteria and standards which address fund and cash balances, reserves, deficit spending, estimation of average daily attendance (ADA), projected enrollment, ratio of ADA to enrollment, projected local control funding formula (LCFF) revenue, salaries and benefits, other revenues and expenditures, and facilities maintenance. For purposes of assessing projections of LCFF revenue, the first interim report shall be compared to the adopted district budget, and the second interim report shall be compared to the projections in the first interim report. (Education Code 42130; 5 CCR 15453-15464)

2016-17  2nd Interim Financial Report
2016-17  1st  Interim Financial Report
2015-16  2nd Interim Financial Report
2015-16  1st  Interim Financial Report

Budget
School Districts shall adopt a budget on or before July 1 of each year {Ed Code 42127(a)(2)}.  The governing board shall file the budget with the county superintendent within five days of adoption or by July 1, whichever occurs first {Ed Code 42127(a)(2)}.

2016-17 July 1 Budget
2015-16 July 1 Budget

Unaudited Actual Receipts and Expenditures
On or before September 15, the Board shall approve and file with the County Superintendent a statement of the district's unaudited actual receipts and expenditures for the preceding fiscal year. The Superintendent or designee shall prepare this statement using the state's standardized account code structure (SACS) as prescribed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI). (Education Code 42100)
Unaudited Actuals 2015-16
Unaudited Actuals 2014-15
Unaudited Actuals 2013-14
Unaudited Actuals 2012-13

Attendance Average Daily Attendance (ADA) History

Where does ADA come from?  ADA is the anticipated average daily attendance from the first day of school up through the last school month that ends prior to April 15.   The district is funded based on that ADA for the current year or prior year, whichever is greater.  In 2015/16, the district’s LCFF calculation is comprised of 22.4% property taxes, 58% state aid and 19.6% Education Protection Act funding.