Budget

 

The Business Office institutes and operates a governmental budgeting system that provides financial information to both external users and internal management. This information is used to monitor the expenditure of public funds and to ensure that the financial transactions of the School District are conducted in accordance with State regulations and local policies.

The financial goal of the District is to have a sufficient fund balance to be able to maintain fiscal independence in case of a financial need or crisis.  The District’s purpose in the presentation of the budget data is to improve the quality of information provided to the Board of Trustees and the community.

2020 Annual Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)

2019 Annual Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)

2018 Annual Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)

2017 Annual Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)

2016 Adopted Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)

2015 Adopted Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)
(Major Budget Priorities and Decisions have now
been incorporated into the Adopted Budget Book)

2014 Adopted Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)
Major Budget Priorities and Decisions

2013 Adopted Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)
Major Budget Priorities and Decisions

2012 Approved Budget Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)

2011 Preliminary Book
Adopted Budget Summary (pdf) (excel)

 

ASBO Awards School District for Excellent Budget Presentation

ASBO International’s MBA and Pathway to the MBA promote and recognize best budget presentation practices in school districts. Participants submit their applications and budget documents to a panel of school financial professionals who review the materials for  compliance with the MBA Criteria Checklist and other requirements and provide expert feedback that districts can use to improve their budget documents. 

Districts that successfully demonstrate they have met the necessary program requirements may earn either the MBA or Pathway to the MBA, an introductory program that allows districts to ease into full MBA compliance. 

“Districts that apply to the MBA or Pathway to the MBA programs recognize the importance of presenting a quality, easy-to-understand budget internally and to the community,” ASBO International Executive Director David J. Lewis explains. “Participating in the MBA and Pathway programs provides districts with important tools and resources they need to communicate the district’s goals and objectives clearly and illustrates their commitment to adhering to nationally recognized budget presentation standards.”

2020 Meritorious Budget Award

2019 Meritorious Budget Award

2018 Meritorious Budget Award