PROFILE INFORMATION Rose Hill USD 394

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1 PROFLE NFORMATON Rose Hill USD 394 School Finance Kansas State Department of Education Landon State Office Building 9 SW Jackson Street, Suite 356 Topeka, Kansas

2 Order of Contents Budget General nformation (characteristics of district) Supplemental nformation for Tables in Summary of Expenditures KSDE Website nformation Available Summary of Expenditures (Sumexpen.xlsx)

3 Budget General nformation Rose Hill USD #: 394 ntroduction Rose Hill Unified School District 394 encompasses fifty-five square miles in southwest Butler and southeast Sedgwick counties in Kansas. We are a suburban district, located fifteen ( 15) miles southeast of Wichita. Our second century of educational excellence began with the 29-2 l school year. The district serves its students through four centers located on one campus. The instructional nature of these buildings is Primary, serving Four Year Old At-Risk and Early Childhood Special Education as well as Kindergarten through 2"d grade; ntermediate, serving 3ct through grade; Middle School, serving through grade; and a High School serving grades 9 through 12. Additionally, the Encore Program provides_an on-site alternative school for those students who struggle in a traditional secondary education environment and Butler Community College has an education wing attached to the High School to allow for concurrent college study as a part of the high school schedule. The elementary school is organized into color-coded instructional pods to identify the different grade levels. The middle school is designed to allow teaming in each grade level. The high school offers a wide range of education opportunities with offerings covering vocational as well as college prep. Laptop computers are provided for high school students to use at school and home during the school year. Our partnership with Butler Community College provides concurrent credit classes for many of our subjects on site during the school day, as well as the creation of the Early College Health Science Academy located at Rose Hill High School allowing students wishing to go into the health sciences field the opportunity to graduate high school with 54 college hours toward a health sciences degree and a college Associates Degree. They are also placed first in line for courses to complete the Nursing degree through Butler Community College. The Encore Program, for those students who struggle in a traditional secondary education environment, provides an on-site alternative school. We provide a strong Parents-as-Teachers program, latch key Kids Klub program, and a half-day At-Risk Four Year Old program. The Kindergarten program is an all day session with an option for half days if the parents desire. Special Education services are provided by the Butler County Special Education lnterlocal, which serves all nine school districts in the county. Alternate busing is available for purchase by those wishing busing services inside of the required busing boundaries. Our students test scores, graduation rate, and accomplishments in extra-curricular and co-curricular areas indicate they are receiving a high-quality education. The Board of Education offices are located at l 4 North Rose Hill Road, Rose Hill Kansas Business hours are daily from 7:AM to 4:PM.

4 Board Members Kirk Hayden, President 337 Poston Road, Rose Hill, Ks John Purvis, Vice President Fireside Lane, Derby, Kansas Pat Beran, 117 E Street South, Derby, Ks Kelle Cross 34 Sienna Dr. Rose Hill, Ks Nik Ford 339 Bluestem Circle, Rose Hill, Ks Kylene Roberts 131 E. Dove Hill, Derby, Kansas Bob Westwood 47 Sienna Ct., Rose Hill, Ks Superintendent: Assistant Superintendent: Executive Secretary /BOE Clerk District Support Administrators: Business Manager: Facilities Director: Food Service Director: nformation Technology Director: Transportation Director: Business Office Staff: Human Resources: Payroll: Accounts Payable/Receivable: Key Staff Randal Chickadonz Brad Keirns Debbie Crisler Roger Miller Dave Hull Jeanne Munsell Gregg Walls David Sliger Lucy Brown Sabrina Dunkin Kim Shugart Attendance Center Administrators: Primary School Principal: Terri Reilly ntermediate School Principal: Kevin Collier Middle School Principal: Kay Walker Middle School Asst. Principal: Corey Gabbert High School Principal: Shannon Haydock High School Asst. Principal: Aaron Jackson Other Key Contacts: High School Activities Director: Middle School Activities Dir: Kids Klub Latch Key Program Dir: K- 5 Nurse: 6-8 Nurse Para: 9-12 Nurse: Social Worker: Psychologist: Jim Linot Corey Gabbert Kyla Beavers Lindsay George Janis Engels Teri Koester Michelle Neal Courtney Edge

5 Accomplishments: * * * * * * * All Rose Hill USD 394 faculty members are highly qualified per state and federal guidelines. The district offers all day Kindergarten and a 4-year at-risk program. Every elementary classroom is equipped with SmartBoard Technologies. All grade levels have access to laptop computers, with the high schools students having 24/7 laptop access through a - laptop initiative. Elementary students have access to ipad mobile labs to aid in skill development. The extra-curricular teams have many State Tournament appearances. Rose Hill High School offers enrollment into the Early College Health Science Academy. The Academy is a joint effort between Rose Hill Schools and Butler Community College that offers high school students high school and college credit for 54 hours of coursework completed during the high school daily schedule towards a career in the healthcare field. Many students graduate with an associates degree when they graduate high school. Challenges: * * The district will be working to fund the increasing cost of educating students. The district will be working to identify budget efficiencies while maintaining the high level of educational offering our students deserve. Supplemental nformation for the Following Tables 1. Summary of Total Expenditures by Function (All Funds) 2. Summary of General Fund Expenditures by Function 3. Summary of Supplemental General Fund Expenditures by Function 4. Summary of General and Supplemental General Fund Expenditures by Function 5. Summary of Special Education Fund by Function 6. nstruction Expenditures (1 ) 7. Student Support Expenditures (21) 8. nstructional Support Expenditures (22) 9. General Administration Expenditures (23) 3

6 1. School Administration Expenditures (24) 11. Central Services Expenditures (25) 12. Operations and Maintenance Expenditures (26) 13. Transportation Expenditures (27) 14. Other Support Services Expenditures (29) 15. Food Service Expenditures (31) 16. Community Services Operations (33) 17. Capital mprovements (4) 18. Debt Services (51 ) 19. Miscellaneous nformation -Transfers (52) 2. Miscellaneous nformation Unencumbered Cash Balance by Fund 21. Reserve Funds Unencumbered Cash Balance 22. Other nformation- Enrollment nformation 23. Miscellaneous nformation Mill Rates by Fund 24. Other nformation -Assessed Valuation and Bonded ndebtedness Note: The FTE (full time equivalency) used in this report to calculate the "Amount Per Pupil" is defined as follows: Enrollment (FTE) includes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2, 4 yr old at-risk, and virtual. t does not include non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP. 4

7 KSDE Website nformation Available K-12 Statistics (Building, District or State Totals) website below: http //svapp15586.ksde.org/k 12/k12 aspx Attendance Enrollment Reports Staff Reports Graduates Dropouts Reports Crime Violence Reports School Finance Reports and Publications website below: /w_ww_.ksd e. org/ Agency f Fisca 1-a n d-ad min ist rativ_e_-se rvi ces/sc hoo,fi n a nee /Rep o rts;a nd- Pub ications Assessed Valuation Cash Balances Headcount Enrollment Mill Levies Personnel (Certified/Non-Certified) Salary Reports Kansas Building Report Card website below: http :1 /ksrepo rica rd. ksd e. orgl Attendance Rate Graduation Rate Dropout Rate School Violence Assessments o Reading o Mathematics o Writing Graduates Passing Adv. Science Courses Graduates Passing Adv. Math Courses 5

8 Summary of Total Expenditures By Function (All Funds) of 2~~;~17 Tot Aotu l~ Aoh Tot li 49 39: 3 3A t & Support,43 5!8 8,43: 74: 8A 1,565,918 9A " ;& 9,4 8A -9!,655,52:,. Wo ffi i ! 64,989 so,; 344,. D bt " S Nioo 736, ,827, A loth" Co l 1,948 1,29: Oh -5 OA -1A To"l 1 17,263, A 1,. Pul"_ $1769 $1,861 1 $ ,CUH<Ot 14, " " j~ cpuptl $9,12 $9, " Tot " " nu; funds that aro inclurfed 1n the categories above aro Genel<ll, Supplemental Gane111l, Bilmgua/ Education, A Rlsk(4yr Old), A RisK(K-12). Virlual Education, Capnal Out/a~ Driver Education, Exlraordinaty School Progl<lm. SUmmer School, Special Education, Vocational Education. Professional Development. Bond & n/eras/ #1, Bond & ln/eras/#2, No-Fund Watranl, Specia!Assessmanl, Parent Education. School Ratiramenl, Sludent Materials Revolving & Textbook Rental. Tuition Reimbursement, Gifts/Grants, KPERS Spacial Retirement Contribution, Contingency. Special Liability Expanse, Federal Funds. Adun Education. Adult Supplemental Education, Activity Fund and Spacial Education Coop Fund. *"*Cutren/ Spending excludes Capnal Outlay and Bond Dab/ expenditures (Code 16. Code 62, Code 63) "nstruction excludes Capffal Outlay and Bond Debt expendffures (Code 11), Code 62, Code 63) Note Percentages on charts are within +-1 due to rounding used P1e graph percentages may differ from charts for this reason also Further defimt1on of what goes into each category tnstruct1on - 1 Student Support Serv1ces- 21 nstructional Support Services - 22 Adm1nistrat1on & Support and 25 Operallons & Maintenance - 26 Transportation- 27 Food Service- 31 Other Costs - 29 and 33 Capital mprovements- 4 Debt Services -51 Transfers- 52 1,, 9,, 8,, 7,, 6,, 5,, 4,, 3,, 2,, 1,, Summary of Total Expenditures by Function (All Funds) 1,565,918 1,655, J 792~ ,869 Jf:M!f"t 1!1!1""1 574,98 789;,~39 l,loo~? mldll"111111!1!1illl tl!llr1lftlll-1- / / / ~.; lf""t 4" Q<l~ 2,ns.256 E!l Summary of Total Expenditures by Function Capital improvements ood!~"""~ Transportanon m Debt Slilt~{osts 15 lnmuction student Support Services Dlnstructional Support Admini trahon & Support OQperations & Mainlenance litr.nsportahon Food Services Cap tallmprovemenh Debt Serv ces Other (OS 8/17/ PM 5umexpen.xl>< Page 1 of 24

9 Summary of General Fund Expenditures by Function nstruction of of Tof Tof 5,199, ,29, inc/ of " Budget Tor 5,221,4 66 loc " Student Support 58, , ,97 8 lnstruclional Support , ,2 5-2 Admlmstratton & Support 1, ,233,1 15 1,4, Operat1ons & Maintenance 647, , , Transportation 5,475 7, , -23 Cap1tal mprovements Other Costs Total Expenditures 8,39, , ,86,1 1-3 Amount per Puptl $5,15 $5,79 1 $4,983-2 The Summary of General Fund Expenditures chart mtormallon comes from pages 6-13 and only uses the General Fund line 1/ems 6,, Summary of General Fund Expenditures 5,, 4,, 3,, !! ,, 1,, 6, -" lnmucnon Student Support nstructional lldm;nistr ~on & Operotlons & TranspcrtaHon Copit l other Com Support Supporl Maintenance mprovement< Summary of General Fund Expenditures by Function Operations &M""""". ~~ Admin1strahon """" ~ B nstructional Suppcr1 " Student Suppcr1 " lllnstruchon Student Support u lnstruchcnal Support AdmlnistrahOn & Support COperations & Maintenance DTramportaMn C p1tallmprcvements Other Costs 8/17{ PM Page 2 of <4

10 USO# Summary of Supplemental General Fund Expenditures by Function lnstruct1on Student Support lnstruclional Support Administration & Support Operations & Maintenance Transportation Capital mprovements Other Costs Total Expenditures Amount per Pupil of of md Tot Tot " 178, , , , , , , , , , , , ,524, , $951 $ of md Budget Tot " 136, , , , , , ,533, $972 9 The Summary of Supplemental General Fund Expenditures chart informa~on comes from pages 6-13 and only uses the Supplemental General Fundlme!/ems Summary of Supplemental General Expenditures by Function t 6, f:{] 9, 8, 7, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, ~~ ~ ;:;. 1 :~1 --.,-~.-... lo>lruc~on StuOeot Support lo>truct\onal AdmioiStrot\on Opera~on> & Tron>portotian Capitol Othor Cost. Support & Support MOint n nce lmpro"<ment< lc ril Summary of Supplemental General Fund Expenditures by Function Student Suppon ; B nstruction Student Support ~~nstructional Support R Administration & Support l.l Operations & Maintenance!Transportation Capital mprovements Other Costs 8/17/ PM Sume>pen.>ls> P~ge 3 of 24

11 394 Summary of General and Supplemental General Fund Expenditures by Function nstruction of Of incj To! TO! " 5.378, ,375, of Budget To! 5,357,4 57 rncl " Student Support 626, , , nstructional Support , ,2 4-3 Admrnrstration & Support 1,336, ,346, ,342,8 14 Operatrons & Marntenance 1.491, , , Transportation 325, , , 3-17 Caprtal mprovements Other Costs 11,948 11, Total Expenditures 9,564, , , Amount per Puprl $5.966 $5,969 $5.955 The Summary of General and Supplemental General Fund Expenditures chart information comes from pages 6-13 of the Sumexpen and adds together the General Fund and Supplemental General Fund /me items Summary of General and Supplemental General Fund Expenditures by Function 6,, 5,, 4,, 3,, 2,, g il ,, _,_. ln5lruc~on Student Support ln truc~onot Administra~on Operat1n5 & Tran5porta"on Capital Other com suppon & Support Maintenance tmprovemont5 Summary of General and Supplemental General Fund Expenditures by Function Admtnt51ratoon & ".. ln tructlonal Support lillnstruttion Student Support fj tnstruttion~l Support a Administration & Support Operations & Matntenance CTramportation Capital mprovements Ot~erCosts 8/17/ PM Page 4 of 24

12 Summary of Special Education Fund by Function of of md of inc/ Tot Tot doc Budget To! doc nstruction 1,576, ,587, ,771, Student Support , 451 nstructional Support Adm1n1straton & Support Operations & Maintenance 23,284 1 Transportat1on 199, , ,3 13 Cap1tallmprovements Other Costs Total Expenditures 1,798, ,761, ,6, 1 Amount per Pup1l $1 122 $1,18-1 $1, The Summary of Special Education Fund Expenditures charl mformat1on comes from pages 6-13 and only uses the Special Educat1on Fund /me 1tems (Total expenditures excludes Special Ed Coop Fund because 11 would include expenditures for all schools parlic1paling in the Coop.} Summary of Special Education Fund Expenditures by Function 1,8, 1,6, 1,4, 1,2, 1,, 8, 6, 4, 2, --~- _, ~- _ oo" _.,. ii lnslruc"on Studenl SUPPort lnolruc~onol Admini>lroton & Op<r llon & Transpom~on Capil l Ot~er Co>\< Suppon Support Mainton nce lmprovemenu lr.l : Summary of Special Education Fund by Function Operation> & Maintenance ll ln5truc~on Student Support nstructional Support Administraton & Support Operations & Maintenance Transportation Capital mprovement> Other Costs 8/17/ PM Sume<pen xlsx Page 5 of 24

13 nstruction Expenditures (1) Geoocot t Old) At R"k (K-12) B1lmgual Education v""" Col of ",pc """ t Spoolel Re>e~e KPERS Spoo. Ret yr~~e " Bood eod lotec"t 1 Bood eod lotece>t #2 No-F"d waccoot ; Aot"t Aot"t 5. " " inc/ " 1_4f~ 5.2\ i ~ ; 519.8Y, , ; $J 4~ ::~ 561 " JQ1 -"-"" < Ok _{ll> """ m ! 1ncl dec ~ Oh _42 _ t(fte) Am"ot pee Popll ( Z _2o/o _-1 " Spoolell "OTAL t 9. 9,6, 9,5, 9,4, 9,3, 9,2, 9,1, 9,, 8,9, 8,8, nstruction Expenditures 9,572,215 9,217,49 9,12, nstruction Expenditures 5,, 4,, 2,, DGeneral 1 1 Supplemental General Special Education NOTE G11\s/Grants ncludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the following funds Adult Educalion, Adult Supplemental EducatiOn, Spec1al Education Coop and Tu111on Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) mcludes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2. 4 yr old at-risk. and wtual t does not include non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/ PM Sume pen. l Page 6 of 24

14 Student Support Expenditures (21) General Federal Funds Supplemental General At R1sk (4yr Old) At RSk(K-12) B1lingual Educat1on Virtual Education Capital Outlay Driver Tra1nmg Decl1nmg Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Serv1ce Professional Development Parent Education Program Summer School Spec1al Education Cost of liv1ng Vocat1onal Education Gilts/Grants Specl81 Liability School Retirement Extraordinary Growth Facth\les Spec1al Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contribution Contingency Reserve Text Book & Student Material Activity Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No Fund Warrant Special Assessment Temporary Note inc/ " , ,18 59, Budget ,557 3, 66,264 "d " SUBTOTAL Enrollment (FTE) Amount per Pupil _L 75, , Adult Education Adult Supplemental Education Tuillon Reimbursement Special Education Coop TOTAL. 75, , Student Support Expenditures 8, 79, 78, 77, 76, 75, 74, 73, 72, NOTE G1f\s/Grants ncludes private grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the followtng funds Adult Educat1on. Adult Supplemental Education. Special Educahon Coop and Tuil1on Re1mbursement Enrollment (FTE) mctudes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2, 4 yr old at-nsk. and v1rtuat t does not1nclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 L! 53 PM Page 7 of 24

15 nstructional Support Expenditures (22) ~ Aot"l Aot"l " """ 37~ a 367, ,2{ 29, , At Rik (4yc Old}!At Riok (K-12} O"A Bil!og"l Ed"""" "4 D"" li 5pociol ""ioo "4 ~OS\ Of living,, Education 5, Facilities So"" R "~ KPERS Spoo Rot 3,669 AotMiyt 4 Bood Bood No-F,~d Worreol " _,., " -1 ~ lam"" P" P"o 49, , , 1,631 4 lad"" ti Twhoo Coop!TOTAL,_ - 479, , 49, 485, 48, 475, ~ L\.1>i~ (~1,, 47, ::~ ";,::t 465, < -~- :"j 46, 455, nstructional Support Expenditures NOTE Gifts/Grants mcludes private grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the following funds Adult Education. Adult Supplemental Education, Special Education Coop and TUition Re1mbursement Enrollment (FTE) 1nctudes the current year enrollment on September 2. February 2, 4 yr old at-nsk, and Virtual t does not include non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 12:53 PM Page 8 of 24

16 USO# General Administration Expenditures (23) "d " Budget General 212,592 21, ,12 Federal Funds Supplemental General , ,188 At R1sk (4yr Old) At Risk (K-12) Bilingual Educatton Vtrtual Education Capttal Outlay 1,621 5, Onver Tratmng Dechntng Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Servtce Professional Development Parent Education Program Summer School Spectal Education Cost of Living Vocational Educalton Gifts/Grants Spectall~abtlity Expense School Rettrement Extraordtnary Growth Factltlies Spectal Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contnbutton Contingency Reserve Text Book & Student Material Activity Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Special Assessment Temporary Note SUBTOTAl 269, , Enrollment (FTE) 1,63_1 1, ,577 3 Amount per Pupil Adult Educalion Adult Supplemental Educatton Twt1n Reimbursement Special Educalion Coop TOTAl 269, , ,477 "d " General Administration Expenditures 27, ~}~ 265, t"ri 26, 255, 25, t~j!#, \~~ \1 245, if. cj 24, NOTE Gtfts/Grants tnctudes prtvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per puptl excludes the followtng funds Adult Educalion, Adult Supplemental Educalton. Special Education Coop and Tuttton Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) mcludes the current year enrollment on September 2. February 2, 4 yr old a\-rtsk, and virtual t does not mclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/ PM Page 9 of 24

17 School Administration Expenditures (24) General Federal Funds Supplemental General At R1sk (4yr Old) A Risk (K-12) B1l1nguat Education Virtual Education Capital Outlay Driver Tra1n1ng Oachnmg Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Service Professional Development Parent Education Program Summer School Special Education Cost of Living Vocat1onal Educalion Gifts/Grants Special L1ab1lity Ex ense School Ret1rement Extraordinary Growth FacilitieS Special Reserve KPERS Spec. Ret. Contribution Conllngency Reserve Text Book & Student Malena! Activity Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Spec1al Assessment Temporary Nota inc/ " 767, , ,674 36, ,376 52, Budget ,5 75,216 md " SUBTOTAL Enrollment (FTE) Amount per Pu , ,6 4 1,631 1, , Adult Education Adult Supplemental Education Tuition Reimbursement Special Education Coop TOTAL 849, ,6 4 99,36 2 School Administration Expenditures 99,36 91, 9, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, NOTE Gifts/Grants includes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the follow1ng funds Adult Educat1on. Adult Supplemental Educallon, Special Educahon Coop and Twlion Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) includes the current year enrollment on September 2. February 2, 4 yr old at-risk, and virtual t does not1nclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/ PM Sumexpen.xi>X Page 1 of 24

18 USO# Central Services Expenditures (25) inc/ Budget General 247, ,445 " Federal Funds Supplemental General 33, ,88 A R1sk (4yr Old) At Risk (K-12) B1l1ngual Education Virtual Education Cap1tal Outlay 1, Dnver Tra1mng Dechn1ng Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Serv1ce Professional Development Parent Education Program Summer School Special Education Cost of Living Vocational Educat1on G1fls/Grants Special Liability School Retirement Extraordinary Growth Fac1ht1es Special Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contribution 29,812 17, ,525 Contingency Reserve Text Book & Student Material Act1v1ty Fund Bond & nterest #1 Bond & nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Special Assessment Temporary Note SUBTOTAL 31, , Enrollment (FTE) 1,631 1, ,577 3 Amount per Pup1l Adult Education Adult Supplemental Educat1on Tuition Reimbursement Spec1al Education Coop TOTAL 31, , ,45 " inc/ " Central Services Expenditures 4, 35, 3, 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, NOTE Gifts/Grants ncludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amounl per pupil excludes the followmg funds Adult Education, Adult Supplemental Education. Spec1al Education Coop and Tuillon Reimbursement Enrollment {FTE) 1ncludes the current year enrollment on September 2. February 2. 4 yr old at-r1sk. and v1rtual 11 does not1nclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/ PM Sumsxpeo xlsx Page 11 of 14

19 USO# Operations and Maintenance Expenditures (26) "d " Budget General 647, , ,36 Federal Funds Supplemental General 844, , , At R1sk (4yr Old} At Risk (K-12} Bilingual Education Virtual Education Capital Outlay 146 5, Driver Training , , Declining Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Service , ,29 ProfesSOnal Development Parent Education Program Summer School Spec1al Education 23,284 Cost of Llv1ng Vocational Education Gifts/Grants Special Liability School Retirement Extraordinary Growth Fac1ht1es Special Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contribution 53,66 44, ,854 Contingency Reserve Text Book & Student Matenal ActiVty Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Spec1al Assessment Temporary Note nc/ " SUBTOTAL 1,549,336 1,47, ,655,527 Enrollment {FTE) 1,631 1, ,577_3 Amount per Pupil ,5 Adult Educallon Adult Supplemental Education Tuition Reimbursement Spec1al Educallon Coop TOTAL 1,549,336 1,47, ,655, Operations and Maintenance Expenditures 1,7, 1,65, 1,6, 1,55, -!".,-,>=. \],-, ~(~~ )~1.-}j ~~~ 1,5, 1,45,,,._,,},.. <;1 1,4, ~-:::~j 1,35, ---.;: " 1,3, 1,25, NOTE Gifts/Grants mcludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederat sources Amount per pupil excludes the following funds Adult Educallon. Adult Supplemental Education, Spec1al Educat1on Coop and TUition Re1mbursement Enrollment {FTE) ncludes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2, 4 yr old at-nsk, and v1rtual t does not 1nclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 12:53 PM Sume pen. l" Page 12 of 24

20 Transportation Expenditures (27) General Federal Funds Supplemental General A Rtsk (4yr Old) A Rtsk(K-12) Bilingual Educalton Virtual Education Capttal Outlay DriVer Tratning Decltnmg Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Servtce Professtonal Development Parent Education Program Summer School Spectal Educatton Cost of Livmg Vocational Educalton GJfts!Grants Special Liability School Reltrement Extraordinary Growth Facthties Spectal Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contnbulton Conttngency Reserve Text Book & Student Material Aclt~ity Fund Bond and nterest \ Bond and nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Spectal Assessment Temporary Note mol " 5,475 7, , , , , , Budget 6, 266, 262,3 7,365 33,315 "of " SUBTOTAL Enrollment (FTE) Amount per Puptl 555, ,39-5 1,631 1, ,98 1, Adult Educatton Adult Supplemental Educalton Tuition Reimbursement Special Education Coop TOTAL 555, , ,98 9 Transportation Expenditures 58, 57, 56, 55, 54, 53, 52, 51, 5, NOTE Gtfts/Grants tncludes private grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per puptl excludes the followtng funds Adult Education. Adult Supplemental Education. Spectal Education Coop and Tutlton Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) mcludes the current year enrollment on September 2. February 2, 4 yr old at-rtsk, and virtual t does nottnclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8{17/16 12:53 PM 5umexperul,. Page 13 of 24

21 Other Support Services Expenditures (29) inc/ doo Budget General Federal Funds Supplemental General At R1sk (4yr Old} At Risk (K-12} B1tinguat Education Virtual Education Cap1tal Outlay Driver Training Declining Enroltment Extraordinary School Program Food Serv1ce Professional Development Parent Education Program Summer School Special Education Cost of Living Vocational Education Gifts/Grants Special Liability School Ret1remenl Extraordinary Growth Fac1li\les Special Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contribution Contingency Reserve Text Book & Student Malena\ Activity Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Spec1al Assessment Temporary Note SUBTOTAL Enrollment (FTE) 1, ,577.3 Amount per Pupil 1ncl " -1 Adult EducatiOn Adult Supplemental Education Tui\1on Reimbursement Spec1al Education Coop TOTAL Other Support Services Expenditures NOTE G1fls/Grants ncludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the following funds Adult Education. Adult Supplemental Education. Spec1al Education Coop and Tu1t1on Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) includes the current year enrollment on September 2. February 2, 4 yr old at-risk. and 111rtuat t does not nclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 1l 51 PM Sumexpen xl" Page 14 of 24

22 Food Services Expenditures (31) ~ A" Aot"l " c O"A O"A "" " (A Ri;k (4yl Old( (A R,;k(K~12) -""""" 1i" Declinmg Enrollment P1g"m i O"A 548,17, ~2"A 761,38C 42 S" SP"" Ed"""" Cost of L1v1ng li Education ipoo"l Ro;N ~Spoo.R 1 Fac1ht1es O"A O"A i " (Aot,ity "" Bood M """ #1 (Bood No~""d W rroot O"A i O"A ~" Ad"" Ad"" Miool ~ Ed"""" 5~ ~ ~2 ~ ~2 789, Food Service Expenditures 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, NOTE Gifts/Grants mcludes private grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the following funds Adult EducatiOn, Adult Supplemental Education, Special Education Coop and Tu1t1on Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE} includes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2, 4 yr old at-risk, and virtual t does not include non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 12:S3 PM Page ls of 24

23 Community Services Operations (33) Budget " General Federal Funds Supplemental General 11,948 11,293-5 A R1sk (4yr Old) A R1sk (K-12) 811ingua1 EducatiOn Virtual Educat1on Capital Outlay Dri~er Tra1nmg Declining Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Serv1ce Professional De~elopment Parent Educat1on Program Summer School Spec1al Education Cost of Llv1ng Vocalional EducatiOn G1ftS/Granls Special Liab1hty School Ret1rement Extraordinary Growth Fac1ht1es Spec1al Reserve KPERS Spec Rei Contnbut1on Cont1ngency Reserve Text Book & Student Material Act1~ity Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and lnteresl #2 No-Fund Warrant Special Assessment Temporary Note SUBTOTAL 11, Enrollment (FTE)" 1,63.1 1, ,577.3 Amount per Pupil "" "" " Adult Education Adult Supplemental Educa\lon TUition Reimbursement Spec1al Education Coop TOTAL 11,948 11, Community Services Operations (33) 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, NOTE Gifts/Grants 1ncludes private grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the following funds Adult Educat1on. Adult Supplemental Education Special Educallon Coop and Tu111on Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) ncludes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2. 4 yr old at-risk, and ~1rtua1 t does not mclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 12:53 PM Sumexpeo.xlsx Page 16 ol24

24 Capital mprovements Expenditures (4) mel Budget General Federal Funds Supplemental General At R1sk (4yr Old) At Risk (K-12) B1ilngua1 Education V1rtual Education Capital Outlay 64,989 31, , Dnver Training Declining Enrollment Extraord1nary School Program Food Service Profess1onal Development Parent Educat1on Program Summer School Special Educat1on Cost of liv1ng VocatiOnal Educallon Gills/Grants Spec1al Liability School Retirement Extraordinary Growth Fac1ht1es Spec1al Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contnbution Contingency Reserve Text Book & Student Malena! Activity Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Special Assessment Temporary Note SUBTOTAL 64, ,1, Enrollment (FTE) 1,631 1, ,577.3 Amount per Pupil Adult Education Adult Supplemental Education Tuit1on Reimbursement Special Education Coop TOTAL 64,989 31, ,1, " inc/ " Capital mprovements (4) 1,2, 1,, 8, 6, 4, 2, 64, " -2# d];l_, NOTE Gifts/Grants 1ncludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pup1l excludes the followmg funds Adult Educalion, Adult Supplemental Education. Special Education Coop and Tuit1on Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) ncludes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2, 4 yr old at-nsk. and virtual t does not1nclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 t ~3 PM Sumexperuhx Page 17 of 24

25 Debt Services Expenditures (51) General Federal Funds Supplemental General At R1sk {4yr Old) At Rlsk(K-12} Bilingual Education Vtrtual Educalton Capttal Outlay Dnver Tratning Declining Enrollment Extraordinary School Program Food Service Professional Development Parent Education Program Summer School Special Education Cost of Ltving Vocational Educalion Gifts/Grants Special Liability School Retirement Extraordtnary Growth Facthlies Special Reserve KPERS Spec Ret Contributton Conttngency Reserve Text Book & Student Matenal Activity Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No-Fund Warrant Spec1al Assessment Temporary Note "" 484,29 483,227 2,252, Budget 5, 2,415,25 inc/ " 3 3 SUBTOTAL Enrollment {FTE) Amount per Puptl 2.736,934 2,827, ,63.1 1, ,77 1, ,915,256 1, Adult Education Adult Supplemental Education Tuition Reimbursement Special Education Coop TOTAL 2.736,934 2,827, ,915,256 3 Debt Services (51) 2,95, 2,9, 2,85, 2,8, 2,75, 2,7, 2,65, 2,6, NOTE Gtfts/Grants ncludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the followmg funds Adult Education. Adult Supplemental Education. Spectal Educatton Coop and Tuition Reimbursement Enrollment {FTE} ncludes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2, 4 yr old ahisk, and vtrlual t does nottnclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 lls3pm Sumexpen xi$x Page 18 of 24

26 Transfers (52) General Federal Funds Supplemental General A R1sk (4yr Old) A R1sk (K-12) Bihn!:!ual Educat1on V1rtual Education Cap1tal Outlay Onver Tra1ning Declining Enrollment Extraordmary School Program Food Service Professional Development Parent Education Program Summer School Spec1al Education Cost of Living Vocational Education Gifts/Grants Spec1al Liability School Ret1rement Extraordinary Growth Fac1lit1es Special Reserve KPERS Spec Ret. Contribullon Contingency Reserve Text Book & Student Material ActiVty Fund Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No Fund Warrant Spec1al Assessment Temporary Note ,448,947 4,337,2 1,564,689 1,8,5g3 979 "d Budget " 199 2,476, ,865, -1 inc/ " SUBTOTAL Enrollment (FTE) Amount per Pupil 3,14,615 6,137, , ,88 3, , , , Adult Educat1on Adult Supplemental Educallon Tu1t1on Reimbursement Spectal Educat1on Coop TOTAL 3,14,615 6,137, ,341, Transfers (52) 7,, 6,, 5,, 4,, 3,, 2,, tooo,ooo NOTE Gifts/Grants 1ncludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pup1l excludes the follow1ng funds Adult Educat1on, Adult Supplemental Education, Spec1al Education Coop and Tuit1on Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) ncludes the current year enrollment on September 2. February 2, 4 yr old at-nsk, and v1rtual t does not mclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP 8/17/16 lts3 PM Sumexpen.xi<X Page 19 of (4

27 USO# Miscellaneous nformation Unencumbered Cash Balance by Fund J" J" 1, 215 J" 1, 216 F docol Food Gooocol 73,18 61,58E At 25,< 25,C " t " 17,83 " 2E ill Capital Outlay 63,57< 769,1" Dei" Tcoiotog 51,5H 57,5: 52,594 Doohoiog Pt ~ ~ p,.,, Edooot oo Pcogcom ;,mm" School "" ".pec1al Liability ;ohool Rotttomool,, ~,, " " ,96 4,( " 69,69; 67, ,26< 956,262 " 181 ;TO<\ Book & St"doot Moteci l 229, l14 257,51 347,94 l < Bood ood lo\o~1 " t t T mpo"ty Nolo 1~ Ta ,569 1,57 p,p;l ,1 Adell Edcootcoo Ad"" TUition 1 Edcoohoo ~ " 5, Unencumbered Cash Balances by Fund 6,, 5,, 4,, 3,, 2,, 1,, July 1, 214 July 1, 215 July 1, 216 NOTE Gifts/Grants 1ncludes pnvate grants and grants from nonfederal sources Amount per pupil excludes the following funds Adult EducatiOn, Adult Supplemental Educat1on. Special Education Coop and Tu1\ion Reimbursement Enrollment (FTE) ncludes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2. 4 yr old at-nsk. and Vrtual t does not nclude non-funded preschool or full-day kmdergarten not on an EP 8/17/ PM Page 2 of 24

28 Reserve Funds Unencumbered Cash Balance Special Reserve TOTAL OTHER Amount per Pup1l July 1, 214 July 1, 215 $ $ July 1, 216 $. t :)---! Unencumbered Cash Balances by Fund (Reserve Funds Only) July 1, 214 July 1, 215 July 1, 216 School d1stncts are authoriwd by law to self 1nsure rather than purchase msurance for the followmg calegones Workers Comp, Health nsurance, L1fe nsurance. Property and Casualty (R1sk Management) and Oisab1l1ty ncome nsurance Monies are placed 1n the Self nsured Fund to pay for cla1ms wh1ch may anse from the categones listed above 8/17/ PM Page 21 of 24

29 USO# Enrollment nformation >Od doc >Od doc inc/ Budget >Od doc doc Enrollment (FTE) 1,6241 1, , ,52-3 1,525 Enrollment (FTE).. Number of Students - Free Meals Number of Students Reduced Meats 1, , , , <,> FTE Enrollment for Budget Authority d 11 i;: Enrollment (FTE)** Used for Calculating "Amount per Pupil" ~ 45 4 " 3 f:.;~ J.) 25 Low ncome Students " f" ~) ~, 1 so 391 K:!Free Meals Redur;ed Meals FTE for state atd and budget authonty purposes for general fund (excludes 4 yr old at-rtsk) Enrollment (FTE) includes the current year enrollment on September 2, February 2, 4 yr old al-rtsk, and virtual t does not mclude non-funded preschool or full-day kindergarten not on an EP B/17/ PM Sumexpen.xlsx Page 22 of 24

30 Miscellaneous nformation Mill Rates by Fund Budget General Supplemental General Adult Education Cap tal Outlay Declm ng Enrollment Cost of Liv1ng Spec1al L1ab1hty School Ret1rement Extraordinary Growth Faclh\1es Bond and nterest #1 Bond and nterest #2 No Fund Warrant Spec1al Assessment Temporary Note TOTAL USD Historical Museum Public l1brary Board Public Library Brd & Emp Ben! Recreat1on CommiSSOn Rec Comm Employee Bnfts TOTAL OTHER ~~ 8..., ::\\1 3.!!) ;: ( ( 8 _ ~i ~. oooc. oooc :~ ( Total USD Mill Rates Miscellaneous nformation Mill Rates by Fund!Total USD) Speclall\ssessmenl E traordil!i~ry Growth B~~2 Bond and lnlerell U H Gener~l Supplement~! General Adult Educ~llo~ Capital Outlay "Special Liability School Retirement.J Declining Enrollment Cost of Livms Bond and nterest U Bond a~d nterest 112 Extraordinary Growth Facilities No Fund Warrant Specoal Assessment Tempor~ry Note 8/17/ PM Page 23 of 14

31 Other nformation USD# Budget Assessed ValuatiOn $62.414,938 $ $67,264,835 Total USD Debt $27, $26.37,345 $24,1,91 Assessed Valuation $68,, $67,, $66,, $65,, $54,, ~~.:1 fl~ $63,, " ; $62,, i."> $61,, $6,, $59,, $28,, ~ $27,, \j~ $26,, f!i1 $25,, l -~).~\ $24,, $23,, $22,,.J..~ -~! Total USD Debt /17/ PM Sumexpen xlsx Page 24 of 14