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Budget Assumptions

Education Fund
Operations Fund
Debt Service Fund
Budget Assumptions
Revenue Estimate
Spending Plan
Cash Flow

OCTOBER 21, 2021

Revenue Assumptions:

  • Projected enrollment: Increase by 166 students to 9,111
  • Special Education Projected Pupil Count: Increase from the prior year
  • Vocational Education: Increase from last year
  • Academic Honors Diplomas: Decrease from last year; smaller graduating class
  • Summer School: About the same as last year
  • Textbooks: Miscellaneous revenue increased by about $195,000 because of textbook rental money that will be transferred into the Education Fund for the first time in 2022

Total Funding as follows:  


Expenditure Assumptions:

Staff Changes:

  • Administrators: No changes in the number of administrators
  • Teachers: Added 6 positions (5 classroom teachers and 1 social worker)
  • Support staff: Added 3 classroom aides, 1 behavior coach, and 1 aquatics director

Group Health Insurance:

  • An average increase of 13.3% in the corporation share of the premium for January 1, 2022
  • An average increase of 12.7% in the employee share of the premium for January 1, 2022

Textbooks: Expenses will increase by about $232,000 because of textbook rental expenses that will be paid from the Education Fund for the first time in 2022. About 85% of this will be offset by increased revenue from textbook rental

Total Expenses: $56,140,000

Tax Rate/Levy Assumptions:

This fund has no tax rate or levy.  It is funded mostly by the state basic grant formula.