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Fillmore Unified School District Annual Budget 2011 2012 June 28, 2011 Fillmore Unified School District Board of Education 2011 - 2012 Virginia de la Piedra, President John Garnica, Vice President Dave Wilde, Clerk Tony Prado, Member Lucy Rangel, Member Jeffrey Sweeney Superintendent Michael Bush, Ed. D. Assistant Superintendent Janet Penanhoat Director Budget & Accounting TABLE OF CONTENTS Superintendents Message...... 1 Overview Mission/Vision Statement. 2 Goals for 2011-12... 3 Significant Budget Characteristics 4 Assumptions for 2011-12 Budget Development 5 Budget Reductions and Adjustments for 2011-12 6 General Fund Revenues, 2011-12 7 General Fund Expenditures, 2011-12 8 Restricted and Unrestricted Revenues and Expenses, 2011-12 9 General Fund Revenues and Expenses, 2002-03 to 2011-12 10 District Reserves and Net Ending Balances, 2002-03 to 2011-12 11 Net Changes in Unrestricted Ending Balance, 2002-03 to 2011-12 12 Attendance History and Projections for 2011-12 13 Dollar Change per ADA, Unrestricted Expenditures, 2010-11 to 2011-12 14 Districts Revenues and Expenses vs. Other Districts, 2009-10 15 Special Education Program Costs, 2011-12 16 Health and Welfare Benefit Expense, 2007-08 to 2011-12 17 Lottery Income and Its History 18 Adopted Budget: General Fund Revenues and Expenses... 19 Budget By Object 20 Site Budgets.. 21 Piru Elementary 22 San Cayetano Elementary 24 Sespe Elementary 26 Mountain Vista Elementary 28 Fillmore Middle School 30 Sierra High School 32 Fillmore High School 34 TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Budgets......... 36 Title I, Part A Basic Grants Low Income and Neglected 37 Migrant Education 38 Migrant Education Summer School 39 Migrant Education Even Start 40 Title II, Part A Teacher Quality 41 Title III Limited English Proficient Student Program 42 After School Program ASPIRE 43 Economic Impact Aid - SCE 44 Economic Impact Aid - LEP 45 Home to School Transportation 46 Restricted Maintenance Program 47 Appendices 48 School District Budgets are Not Static Documents Budget Timelines and Decision-making Points School Finance 101: COLA, the Revenue Limit, and Revenue Sources Glossary of Education Terms Understanding School District Budgets and School Finance: Other Resources Page 1 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Superintendents Message As California continues to be challenged by the deepest recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s, the State Budget continues to suffer and it is still unclear what the impact on education will be. The Governor has proposed flat funding for education, however he will need taxes extended in order to meet that proposal. Fillmore Unified School Districts finances are extrinsically linked to the California State budget and economy. Like the State, our fortunes rise and fall with tax receipts. Although signs of economic recovery are emerging, it will be several months before an economic recovery will benefit the students of Fillmore Unified. Last year we were able to take advantage of onetime Federal Stimulus funds to stay further budget reductions. Unfortunately, those one time funds are quickly running out, and without additional revenues to backfill we must once again reduce our operating costs. Absent of a State budget, the District had no choice but to plan for the worst and make further reductions. Hopefully the Governor finds a way to honor his proposal and not cut education funding. Despite the dire financial news from the State, the Fillmore Unified School District developed a budget that supported the Board of Educations goals. However, budget cuts are beginning to impact core classroom instruction. Unfortunately, our students will again receive five fewer days of instruction with larger class size across all grade levels. This budget is bare-bones and it is immensely vulnerable to change, and as such could take a dramatic turn for the worse. The budget is a working document. It serves as a guideline for how an organization utilizes its resources. Management utilizes the document as a form of checks and balances. It is a document that is constantly reviewed by staff for monitoring our resources and organizational focus. It will evolve with our Districts program and implementation efforts. We also know that changes occur from time to time. The Board will be updated three times during the upcoming year 45 days after the State revises their adopted budget as well as with the first and second interim reports. Respectively, Jeffrey Sweeney Superintendent Page 2 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT MISSION To ensure that each student will develop the skills and attitudes essential for success in school and in a diverse society, we are committed to: All students learning A competent and caring staff participating in decision making Parents as partners Effective management of resources A safe, healthy and inviting environment Excellence in all we do 2009/2010 School Year Enrollment: 346 VISION Rooted in tradition and committed to excellence, Fillmore Unified School District works collaboratively to empower students to succeed in an ever-changing world. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 3 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Fillmore Unified School District Goals 2011-2012 To improve the achievement of all students is the goal of all staff, parents, community members, and board members within the Fillmore Unified School District. Special focus to increase academic achievement of English Learners. In order to do this we will: Provide the highest quality staff for the students in the school district. Special emphasis will be placed on the salary parity, positive, collaborative workplace environments, retaining quality staff, hiring highly qualified teachers, and helping all staff improve and grow professionally through performance evaluation. Review and improve district and school discipline plans and procedures and increase the attendance of all students. Increase parent outreach, parent involvement, and parent education opportunities. Improve communication within the school district and with parents and community partners. Maintain clean, orderly, and safe facilities for students and staff. Evaluate all facets of the instructional program, including the use of technology as an instructional tool, to ensure all curriculum is research-based and effectively implemented. Page 4 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Significant Budget Characteristics Page 5 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 During the months of May and June each year, the District finalizes its budget for the coming year. In order to project the budget, a series of assumptions about the conditions of the District must be determined. These assumptions are then inserted into state and District formulas in order to determine the final budget for the next year. The accuracy of the District's budget projection for the next year is only as good as the assumptions that are used in developing the budget. If the assumptions are wrong, so too will be the budget. As a consequence, the assumptionsat least the primary oneshave to be carefully considered in evaluating the accuracy of next year's income and expense. Often, the assumptions for budget development are revised several times during a fiscal year. The District's budget projection is only as good as the assumptions that are used in Financial Assumptions for 2011-12 Budget Development ADA percentage change over prior year, and estimated P-2 ADA for 2011-12 Revenue Limit COLA adjustment by percentage and dollars COLA adjustment for state categorical programs Certificated payroll increases due to the step and column movement Assumptions for the 2011-12 Budget Development developing the District's District's estimated Unrestricted Beginning Balance Since it is impossible to accurately predict all of the assumptions that are needed in budget development, Fillmore Unified School District updates its budgetand the assumptionsthree times after the original budget is adopted. The assumptions are updated with a revision that occurs within 45 days after the adoption of the State Budget and with two interim reports that are delivered to the Board of Education in January and March of each fiscal year. % Total revenues and expenses Health and Welfare cost increase Others: Salary increases for employees are subject to negotiation and thus are not included in the proposed district budget. A one percent general salary increase for all employees, including statutorily required benefits, costs $206,721. 0.00 0 3.20 $739,230 3.20 $2,934,297 1.50 $210,000 5.00 $173,000 Reduction in state revenue limit deficit 19.75 Page 6 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 California schools are highly dependent on funding from the state of California, and, as the state encounters increasing difficulty in balancing its own Budget, so does public education. The squeeze in revenues and the escalating costs in some District programs and employee costs have forced budget reductions and adjustments as part of the Districts's obligation to adopt a balanced budget. The budget reductions followed an in-depth analysis of District expenditures and none of the major changes has been considered lightly. Some of the reductions will be permanent and others will be restored as quickly as possible, consistent with prudent District budgeting. Today's budget reductions will compromise tomorrow's District services and Budget Reductions and Adjustments for 2011-12 Budget Reductions and Adjustments for 2011-12 support efforts Although the Governor's May revision has proposed flat funding, the District is holding on to planned budget reductions untill the State adopts their budget, Hopefully at that time we will be able to restore some of our reductions. Amount Items Description: Replace high school vice principal with part time dean Eliminate one health clerk Reduce two teachers Five additional furlough days Elliminate the Mechanic position Adjust facility budgets Adjust site budgets $44,000 31,000 155,000 550,000 77,145 64,548 31,000 Page 7 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Most of the District's General Fund revenue is generated from the District's Revenue Limit, which yields funds based on a state-determined dollar amount multiplied by the average number of students who are in attendance throughout the school year. Public educationunlike any other public agencyreceives most of its revenue based on the population it serves. The Governor's May Revision reflects an unfunded 2.24% statutory cost-of-living-adjsutment (COLA) for 2011-12, but provides no funding for the COLA in either 2009-10 (4.25%%) or in 2010-11 (-.39%). In addition the May Revision results in deficits of 19.754% and 20.041% for districts and county offices of education (COEs), respectively, for 2011-12. Revenue Limit Federal Other State Other Local 67% of the District's revenues is generated from the District's Revenue Limit General Fund Sources (In Million) Revenue Limit Federal Other State Other Local $19.1 2.2 4.6 2.7 $31.9 Total General Fund General Fund Revenues, 2011-12 The second biggest source of revenue is state categorical income, which must be spent for selected state-determined programs. The largest categorical program is Special Education services. The May Revision does not fund the COLA of 2.24% for the budget year. Federal income is a small portion of the entire District income picture, but its importance grows as new federal commitments are added. Again, most of the federal income is restricted because it must be expended for purposes that are determined by the grantornot the local Board of Education. Beginning Balance 3.2 28.7 Total Revenues Page 8 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Most of the expenditures of the District are committed to salaries and benefits for employees of the District. It takes people to teach students, and in Fillmore Unified School District, 86% of the District's budgeted expenditures are for the services of District employees. Employee salaries are divided into three separate line itemscertificated, management, and classified employees. Certificated employees include teachers, counselors, nurses, librarians, psychologists, and others who provide services that require credentials from the state of California. Management employees include principals, vice principals, instructional leaders, classified management personnel, and district superintendents. It takes people to teach students and 86% of the District's total expenditures is committed to the General Fund Expenditures (In Millions) Certificated Non-Management Salaries Classified Non-Management Salaries Management and Supervisor Salaries Employee Benefits $12.1 4.1 1.8 7.5 29.6 Total Expenditures General Fund Expenditures, 2011-12 Capital/Other Certificated Non-Management Classified Non-Management Management Benefits Books & Supplies Operating employees of the District Books and Supplies Operating Capital/Other 1.1 2.6 0.4 Classified employees include all of the support personnel in the District, including secretaries, accountants, bus drivers, mechanics, painters, and custodial personnel. The health and welfare benefits of the District represent an additional 30% of payroll for expenses in areas such as medical, dental and life insurance plans, retirement, and workers' compensation expenses. 2.3 $31.9 Ending Balance Total General Fund Page 9 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 A significant portion of California school district income is restricted income and, as such, can only be expended for selected purposes as determined by the granting agencyusually higher levels of government. The balance of the district income is called unrestricted since it can be expended as determined by the local agency for general educational priorities. On average, in 2011-12, California school districts will receive about two-thirds of their income as unrestricted. The biggest restricted programs in California are Special Education, K-3 Class-Size Reduction, and Home-to-School Transportation. Local agencies are obligated, for each of these programs, to expend the income for selected program purposes, and, in some cases, for very micro-managed expenditures as determined by California or federal law. The May Revision applies no reduction in funding for Home-to-School Transportation and does not fund the COLA of 2.24%. 79% of the District's income can be expended as determined by the local agency Restricted and Unrestricted District Revenues and Expenses, 2011-12 For Special Education, Fillmore Unified School District expends $4,483,972 to meet program obligations and state and federal law. State and federal Special Education income is significantly less than the obligations of the program. Therefore, the District must use unrestricted or general-purpose income to address the full obligations of Special Education. The difference between the restricted income and the expenditures in Special Education is described as "encroachment," indicating that the expenditures "encroach" on general purpose revenues. Home-to-School Transportation is another program encroaching on the District's general purpose revenues in the amount of $114,100, or about 30.04% of the entire District transportation expense. Unrestricted Other Restricted Transportation Special Education Unrestricted Other Restricted Transportation Special Education Page 10 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 California public education has been on a rollercoaster funding cycle for the last 15 years. In the early 1990s, California's recession led to almost no increase in per-ADA funding for four years. In the mid-1990s, a major increase in state revenues led to an unprecedented new program to reduce class size in grades K-3. In 2000-01, the State Budget provided per-ADA increases close to 11%, but then, for the next three years, education funding rollbacks re-emerged. The volatility of funding has plagued school district planning for almost a generation. The May Revision Education Budget for 2010-11 to be spared General Fund Revenues and Expenses, 2002-03 to 2011-12 Approximately 90% of the District's revenue is determined by the state of California and, in turn, state revenues are determined by the growth in the economy. The May Revision for 2011-12 acknowledges the continuing State Budget crisis. As a result, the proposal makes the following budget changes to close the budget gap: extension of temporary taxes and cuts to a majority of state departments. One of the major difficulties facing the budget development process is the huge swing in state funding from one year to the next. Education agencies are not able to project subsequent year revenues and thus it is difficult to plan on a long-term basis. Each budget must be managed almost as a single-year document, with considerable restraint in adopting programs or program increases that are ongoing. The graphic display of District revenues and expenses shows how the District's revenues have varied widely between fiscal years as the state has been riding its own economic roller-coaster. Page 11 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Revenues that have not been expended during a budget year are carried over into the subsequent year and identified as the District's "Net Ending Balance." In most cases, this is the only reserve account that a school district has for general operating purposes. The Net Ending Balance of one year becomes the Net Beginning Balance of the subsequent year. A school district's Net Ending Balance is its reserve account to fund unforeseen events or pay Net Ending Balance Components (In Thousand) Revolving Cash Stores Restricted Program Balances Reserve for Economic $2 0 275 935 0 Unallocated Balance District Reserves and Net Ending Balances, 2002-03 to 2011-12 for multiyear needs Uncertainties Reserves Restricted by the Governing Board 0 1,997 $2 Included within the projected Net Ending Balance is a "Reserve for Economic Uncertainties," which is a minimum balance that the state of California requires to be retained to cover unforeseen shortfalls in revenues or higher-than-expected expenditures. The state's minimum "Reserve for Economic Uncertainties" for Fillmore Unified School District is 3% of the total General Fund expenditures. The Governor's May Revision continues the authorization of LEAs to reduce their 2010-11 2011-12 (proj) 106 889 1,281 0 Also included in the Net Ending Balance are restricted carryover balances that originated from sources that can only be used for selected purposes. These revenues can only be expended for the purposes determined by the grantor, and the balances in these accounts carry the same restrictions as the originating income. Thus, a Net Ending Balance is composed of two types of accountsthose that are "restricted" that can be used for selected purposes only and those that are "unrestricted" that can be expended by local agency determination. 2009-10 Prepaid Expense $2 26 428 910 329 1,351 0 0 0 Page 12 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Examining a school district's unrestricted Net Ending Balance over a series of years can provide a good overview of it's fiscal health and stability. While examining the current year's unrestricted balance is an essential part of good fiscal management, examining the balance over a course of years can provide an additional image of a district's fiscal strengths or weaknesses. The "unrestricted" Net Ending Balancethe year end balance that reflects the income that can be expended as the local agency determinesis the single most-watched characteristic of a district's fiscal health. Districts are required to have minimum balances available to meet potential emergency needs. Assuring that adequate balances are available at the end of the year is an important part of district fiscal management. Net change in the unrestricted balance over the course of years can provide an image of District fiscal Net Change in the Unrestricted Ending Balance, 2002-03 to 2011-12 strengths and/or weakness The chart reflects Fillmore Unified School District's net change in the Unrestricted Ending Balance. A positive number, one with the bar above the centerline in the graph, reflects that the District had more unrestricted income than expense in that particular fiscal year. A deficit amount, reflected with the bar below the centerline, indicates the District had more unrestricted expenditures than income in that particular fiscal year. A net change in the Ending Fund Balance, either positive or negative, is of concern if it continues over a number of years. A consistent increase in the Ending Fund Balance is appropriate if the District is saving for future fiscal needs. A consistent, consciously applied deficit in a budget may be appropriate to reduce district reserves. But, on the other hand, multiyear positive or negative numbers need to be especially examined to ensure that the District is on a prudent fiscal path and that the District is consciously addressing fiscal issues. Page 13 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 The most significant characteristic for determining District income is the calculation of the average number of students who are in school and in attendance on a daily basis. This average daily attendance, or ADA, is multiplied by the District's revenue limit per ADA to determine the total Revenue Limit income for the District. Fillmore Unified School District has projected that the ADA for 2011-12 will be 3,606, which is multiplied by the District's Revenue Limit of $6,500.71 to generate the District's total Revenue Limit income in the new fiscal year. District revenues are generated based on actual attendance and not just the enrollment of students Attendance History and Projections for 2011-12 Since ADA is such an important part of the District's income base, the projection of ADA for this next fiscal year is an important part of projecting the District's income. Even small fluctuations in the District's ADA can mean a gain or loss of tens of thousands of dollars in income. District attendance records are monitored monthly and ADA is updated throughout the year to ensure that the projected revenue limit income matches the District's budgeted or revised projections. Public schools are the only agencies that receive income based on the population they serve. Cities or counties, as an example, do not have either increases or decreases in their revenue based on the number of citizens in their community. Public schools, however, receive most of their income based on attendance, and if, a student misses even one day in Fillmore Unified School District, the District loses approximately $48. The state does not pay the District for enrollmentjust attendanceso all of the costs of setting up the instructional program will be a loss unless the student attends every day. Page 14 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 The 2011-12 May Revision does not fund the 2.24% COLA and increases the deficit to 19.754%. This represents flat funding for a unified school districtfrom 2010-11 to 2011-12. Categorical programs are proposed to receive no reduction of funding. Therefore, the District may still need to cover any increase in costs over the prior year by drawing down its reserves, achieving greater efficiencies, or creating savings by reducing or eliminating selected programs. The District, by necessity, has had to evaluate expenditure changes per ADA and then compare those costs to the change in income per ADA. This analysis has been especially important in the District's review of unrestricted expendituresthose expenses that are determined by the Governing Board and not categorically regulated by higher levels of government. Comparing expenses per ADA by budget area shows the District's priorities Dollar Change per ADA, Unrestricted Expenditures, 2010-11 to 2011-12 The graphical display is calculated by dividing the District's unrestricted expenditures for each of the primary object codes by ADA for each of the applicable years. The dollar difference in expense per ADA can then be compared to the District's unrestricted revenue per ADA. This graphical representation can be valuable in understanding District priorities and how the District is allocating its income in the budget year. Certificated Non-Mgt. Salaries Classified Non-Mgt. Salaries Mgt. and Supvr. Salaries Employee Benefits Books and Supplies Operating Capital/Other Ending Balance Dollar Expense per ADA 2010-11 2011-12 $2,693 678 431 1,360 155 505 -123 814 $2,639 615 357 1,544 88 535 -79 602 Dollar Change $-54 -63 -74 184 -67 30 44 -212 Total Expense Total General Fund 5,699 5,699 0 $6,513 $6,301 $-212 Page 15 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Californians value the ability to determine education delivery at the local level and, as a consequence, our state has approximately 1,000 individual school districts. Per-ADA revenues by local agency vary widely due to the differences in federal or state funding formulas and local community commitments. Additionally, the expenses of local agencies can also vary widely due to local needs, bargained contracts, and local customs. Despite the wide difference in local agency finances, however, comparative review can be helpful in analyzing the decisions of local education Comparative review can be helpful in analyzing the district budget District's Revenues and Expenses vs. Other Districts, 2009-10 Local agency actual income and expense statistics are available for all school agencies for the 2009-10 fiscal year. The tables to the right compare Fillmore Unified School District on a per-ADA average income and expense basis to 2009-10 Unified Districts with ADA From 1,500 to 4,999. The statewide average information in fiscal year 2009-10 is the most recent available from the California Department of Education. Certificated Non-Mgt. Salaries Classified Non-Mgt. Salaries Management and Supvr. Salaries Employee Benefits Books and Supplies Operating Capital/Other 2009-10 Expenditure Comparison (Dollar per ADA and as %) District From 1,500 to 4,999 $3,579 1,249 513 1,800 302 841 132 1,270 544 1,770 416 980 253 2009-10 Unified Districts with ADA 2009-10 Revenue Comparison (Dollar per ADA and as %) 2009-10 Unified Districts with ADA From 1,500 to 4,999 District Revenue Limit Source Federal Revenue Other State Revenue Local and Other Revenue 1,339 843 $5,646 1,004 1,498 827 $3,773 $4,987 1,032 Total Total Expense % of District Expense % of District Revenue Comparative Districts % Comparative Districts % 100 100 43 15 6 21 4 10 2 42 14 6 20 5 11 3 8,416 9,006 61 13 16 10 63 11 17 9 $8,201 $8,975 100 100 Ending Balance Total General Fund 844 10 1,982 22 $9,260 110 $10,988 122 Page 16 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 School districts throughout the state face a continuing challenge in funding the costs for serving Special Education students. Fillmore Unified School District is proud of the Special Education support provided to our students, but the District is also faced with mounting increases in the difference between the federal and state governments' funding and the mandated costs for these vital student services. The May Revision reflects no cut and does not fund the 2.24% COLA for Special Education. As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Federal Government granted California approximately $1.3 billion in IDEA funds. This is in addition to the current Special Education entitlement the District already receives. Special education costs are greater than the dedicated income Special Education Program Costs, 2011-12 Special Ed. Encroachment - 7% Funded Special Ed. - 8% Total District Expense Unfortunately, the federal government has not provided the funding that was envisioned when the laws mandating programs for Special Education students were adopted. The nation's capital community committed to providing funding for 40% of the costs of Special Education, but has never been able to match much more than about a 17% funding level. The ARRA funds from the federal government are a one-time funding source. This shortfall in dedicated funding has led to very significant encroachment into the District's Unrestricted General Fund. Encroachmentthe difference between Special Education income and expensehas forced the District into making cuts in other District programs in order to make up for the funding shortfall by federal and state governments. During 2011-12, it is estimated that Fillmore Unified School District will contribute $1,995,632 from the District's Unrestricted General Fund to cover the encroachment costs for Special Education. Special Education Costs, 2011-12 Special Education Expense Less: Funded Special Education Special Education Encroachment $4,483,972 $2,488,340 $1,995,632 Page 17 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 As part of an employee's compensation, the District contributes to the premium costs for health, dental, and vision benefits for its employees. Employees must generally be in full-time employment in order to receive the maximum District contribution, although part-time employees can participate in the plan with partial District support. The District's contribution toward this benefit has risen dramatically in this past year and is projected to increase again in the budget year. Public education is not immune to the high-cost escalation of health benefits. Continuing to fund these benefits has become increasingly challenging. The cost increase per ADA for health benefits is projected to absorb a high percentage of the District's new revenues. The cost escalation of employee health benefits has become a major challenge Health and Welfare Benefit Expense, 2007-08 to 2011-12 The benefit plans and the dollar amounts that are contributed by the District per employee are determined by the collective bargaining agreement reached with the District's bargaining units. The District considers the health benefit plan to be part of an employee's total compensation, and, as the costs of district-funded benefits increase the ability of the District to provide salary increases is squeezed. The District has budgeted $4,251,474 for employee health and welfare benefits during the coming year, which is a 18.14% increase in cost per ADA. Page 18 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 The California State Lottery is projected to yield $400,266, or approximately 1%, of the District's income in 2011-12. While the income is welcome, it will yield only a small portion of the total income needed to support the District's educational program. The income in the budget year, as an example, would be sufficient to buy three textbooks per student, to buy four computers per classroom, or pay for the energy costs for one year. Lottery income is not a stable source of income for the istrict, but instead has ranged from a low of $93 per ADA in 1992-93 to a high of $156 per ADA in 2005-06. Since the income is not consistent, the expenditures have also varied widely. Lottery income is important, but it is only 1% of the District's total income Lottery Income and its History In our district, Lottery funds are used to help support school nurses, academic counsolors, and lower class size in grades kindergarten through third grade. The District is proud of its management of the Lottery expenditures for student programs. Since 1997-98, school districts have been required to use 50% of the growth in Lottery allocations for the purchase of instructional materials. In 2011-12, it is projected that California school districts will receive $111.00 per ADA in unrestricted funds and $17.50 per ADA restricted for the instructional materials purchase. Current and budgeted years are estimated and projected Page 19 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Adopted Budget Page 20 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 I II III IV V VI VII2010-11 Est. Year End Unrestricted2010-11 Est. Year End Restricted2010-11 Est.Year End Unrestricted/ Restricted2011-12 Preliminary Unrestricted2011-12 Preliminary Restricted2011-12 Preliminary Unrestricted/ RestrictedDifference 1st Interim/2nd Interim Budget (Variance btwn I & VI)REVENUESRevenue Limit Sources 19,099,758 - 19,099,758 19,124,622 - 19,124,622 24,864 Federal Sources 101,244 3,940,738 4,041,982 57,601 2,133,190 2,190,791 (1,851,191) Other State Sources 2,898,829 1,806,484 4,705,313 2,886,395 1,746,755 4,633,150 (72,163) Local Sources 638,355 2,536,086 3,174,441 546,219 2,190,257 2,736,476 (437,965) Total Revenues 22,738,186 8,283,308 31,021,494 22,614,837 6,070,202 28,685,039 (2,336,455) EXPENDITURESCertificated Salaries 11,022,800 2,697,865 13,720,665 10,587,421 2,879,285 13,466,706 (253,959) Classified Salaries 2,687,746 2,256,906 4,944,652 2,434,779 2,124,462 4,559,241 (385,411) Employee Benefits 4,902,483 1,984,788 6,887,271 5,567,499 1,981,547 7,549,046 661,775 Books & Supplies 560,335 1,785,044 2,345,379 315,567 748,115 1,063,682 (1,281,697) Services & Other Operating 1,820,668 1,181,236 3,001,904 1,930,727 681,825 2,612,552 (389,352) Capital Outlay 2,100 57,805 59,905 - 4,029 4,029 (55,876)Other Outgoing 49,460 181,699 231,159 58,039 317,344 375,383 144,224 Interfund Support Costs (556,787) 484,467 (72,320) (406,410) 330,141 (76,269) (3,949)Subtotal Expenditures 20,488,805 10,629,810 31,118,615 20,487,622 9,066,748 29,554,370 (1,564,245) OTHER FINANCIING SOURCES/USESInterfund Transfers (62,500) - (62,500) (62,500) - (62,500) - Program Contributions (2,127,534) 2,127,534 - (2,827,479) 2,827,479 - - Subtotal Other Financing (2,190,034) 2,127,534 (62,500) (2,889,979) 2,827,479 (62,500) - TOTAL EXPENDITURES 22,678,839 8,502,276 31,181,115 23,377,601 6,239,269 29,616,870 (1,564,245) NET INCREASE (DECREASE ) IN 59,347 (218,968) (159,621) (762,764) (169,067) (931,831) (772,210) FUND BALANCEAudit Adjustment 256,145 66,415 322,560 BEGINNING BALANCE JULY 1 2,618,805 427,504 3,046,309 2,934,297 274,951 3,209,248 162,939ENDING BALANCE JUNE 30 2,934,297 274,951 3,209,248 2,171,533 105,884 2,277,417 # 162,939 GENERAL FUND REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET BY OBJECTFILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Page 21 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Site Budgets Page 22 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 2010-2011 School Year Enrollment: 310 PIRU ELEMENTARY 3811 Center Street, Piru, California 93040 805.524.8251 Fax: 805.521.1044 Patricia Godfrey, Principal Providing Quality Education Since 1887. Page 23 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Piru Elementary GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET UNRESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 860,884 896,448 Classified Salaries 83,272 86,192 Employee Benefits 301,220 324,888 Books and Supplies 13,587 18,150 Other Services 63,796 74,903 Capital Outlay 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,322,759 1,400,581 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM ESTIMATED PROPOSED Title 1 Basic Aid 53,221 45,873 Economic Impact Aid - LEP (EIA-LEP) 32,835 25,938 Economic Impact Aid - SCE (EIA-SCE) 55,333 38,669 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 141,389 110,480 Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesTitle 1EIA-LEP EIA-SCE Page 24 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 2010/2011 School Year Enrollment: 523 SAN CAYETANO ELEMENTARY 514 Mountain View Street, Fillmore, California 93015 805.524.6040 Fax: 805.524.6185 Jan Marholin, Principal Page 25 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 San Cayetano Elementary GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET UNRESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 1,319,729 1,360,868 Classified Salaries 111,797 102,496 Employee Benefits 491,909 500,182 Books and Supplies 14,117 10,477 Other Services 111,799 113,080 Capital Outlay 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 2,049,351 2,087,103 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM ESTIMATED PROPOSED Title 1 Basic Aid 62,399 53,937 Economic Impact Aid - LEP (EIA-LEP) 42,934 43,561 Economic Impact Aid - SCE (EIA-SCE) 55,821 45,618 Newhall Grant 1,035 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 162,189 143,116 Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesTitle 1EIA-LEPEIA-SCE Page 26 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 2010/2011 School Year Enrollment: 503 SESPE ELEMENTARY 425 Orchard Street, Fillmore, California 93015 805.524.6161 Fax: 805.524.6178 Rose Hibler, Principal Page 27 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Sespe Elementary GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET UNRESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 1,297,633 1,371,953 Classified Salaries 114,697 112,077 Employee Benefits 452,196 489,972 Books and Supplies 16,335 11,752 Other Services 70,911 53,290 Capital Outlay 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,951,772 2,039,044 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM ESTIMATED PROPOSED Title 1 Basic Aid 54,555 47,174 Economic Impact Aid - LEP (EIA-LEP) 47,523 39,403 Economic Impact Aid - SCE (EIA-SCE) 48,689 39,790 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 150,767 126,367 Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesTitle 1EIA-LEPEIA-SCE Page 28 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 2010/2011 School Year Enrollment: 585 MOUNTAIN VISTA ELEMENTARY 918 Fifth Street, Fillmore, California 93015 805.524.6781 Fax: 805.524.6785 Christine Schieferle, Principal Page 29 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Mountain Vista Elementary GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET UNRESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 1,572,882 1,590,778 Classified Salaries 101,464 101,702 Employee Benefits 540,355 562,033 Books and Supplies 18,881 15,638 Other Services 120,950 117,943 Capital Outlay 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 2,354,532 2,388,094 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM ESTIMATED PROPOSED Title 1 Basic Aid 65,115 56,278 Economic Impact Aid - LEP (EIA-LEP) 54,124 51,679 Economic Impact Aid - SCE (EIA-SCE) 58,290 47,636 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 177,529 155,593 Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesTitle 1 EIA-LEPEIA-SCE Page 30 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 2010/2011 School Year Enrollment: 812 FILLMORE MIDDLE SCHOOL 543 A Street, Fillmore, California 93015 805.524.6070 Fax: 805.524.6063 John Schweller, Principal Page 31 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Fillmore Middle School GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET UNRESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 2,109,623 2,140,839 Classified Salaries 151,922 152,423 Employee Benefits 710,305 760,741 Books and Supplies 30,866 31,296 Other Services 179,805 163,650 Capital Outlay 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 3,182,521 3,248,949 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM ESTIMATED PROPOSED Title 1 Basic Aid 88,145 79,130 Economic Impact Aid - LEP (EIA-LEP) 71,311 52,867 Economic Impact Aid - SCE (EIA-SCE) 86,176 67,363 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 245,632 199,360 Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesTitle 1EIA-LEP EIA-SCE Page 32 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 2010/2011 School Year Enrollment: 107 SIERRA HIGH SCHOOL 615 Shiells Drive, Fillmore, California 93015 805.524.6077 Fax: 805.524.6080 Cynthia Frutos, Principal Page 33 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Sierra High School GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET UNRESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 234,300 334,135 Classified Salaries 16,310 20,995 Employee Benefits 88,954 130,038 Books and Supplies 5,250 6,140 Other Services 21,641 17,130 Capital Outlay 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 366,455 508,438 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM ESTIMATED PROPOSED Title 1 Basic Aid 8,106 15,086 Economic Impact Aid - LEP (EIA-LEP) 3,877 6,784 Economic Impact Aid - SCE (EIA-SCE) 9,052 9,875 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 21,035 31,745 Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesTitle 1EIA-LEPEIA-SCE Page 34 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 2010/2011 School Year Enrollment: 1020 FILLMORE HIGH SCHOOL 555 Central Avenue, Fillmore California, 93015 805.524.6100 Fax: 805.524.6121 John Wilber, Principal Page 35 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Fillmore High School GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET UNRESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 2,794,597 2,774,913 Classified Salaries 288,972 287,511 Employee Benefits 1,001,574 1,003,365 Books and Supplies 76,587 68,798 Other Services 349,998 337,404 Capital Outlay 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 4,511,728 4,471,991 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM ESTIMATED PROPOSED Title 1 Basic Aid 107,865 96,810 Title II Vocational Education 24,143 24,142 Economic Impact Aid - LEP (EIA-LEP) 38,439 35,641 Economic Impact Aid - SCE (EIA-SCE) 106,945 82,606 Agricultural Vocational Education 9,953 12,048 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 287,345 251,247 Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesTitle 1Title IIVoc Ed EIA-LEPEIA-SCEAg. Voc Ed Page 36 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Program Budgets Page 37 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 TITLE I, PART A - BASIC GRANTS LOW INCOME & NEGLECTED Resource Code 3010 Program Description: Title I is a federally funded program authorized under the Improving Americas School Act (IASA) that provides supplemental educational services and activities for low achieving pupils in Title I eligible schools in grades K-8. The program provides classroom and extended day activities. In-service training for teachers, aides and parents is provided. All services and activities are designed to assist low achieving students in target schools to achieve success in the regular program. Provisions for non-public school pupils are required where pupils live in target areas. As port of the elementary schools sites Title I allocation, each school received the services of a Reading Teacher to support low achieving students in the area of Reading and Language. The 2007-08 budget reflects an anticipated 5% reduction in funding. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 153,879 147,490 Classified Salaries 90,350 52,383 Employee Benefits 78,907 63,634 Books and Supplies 167,411 188,074 Other Services 220,067 212,493 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 46,189 30,348 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 756,803 694,422 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesIndirect Costs Page 38 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 MIGRANT EDUCATION Resource Code 3060 Program Description: This federally funded program provides support to the District for qualifying migrant children. Student eligibility is determined by need, mobility of family, and parent related qualifying work. Multiple measures are used to determine students who are at risk in areas of Reading, Language Arts, and Math. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 116,562 64,877 Classified Salaries 98,424 88,274 Employee Benefits 76,894 73,348 Books and Supplies 22,411 3,566 Other Services 12,995 9,280 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 21,274 10,240 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 348,560 249,585 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesIndirect Costs Page 39 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 MIGRANT EDUCATION - SUMMER SCHOOL Resource Code 3061 Program Description: To provide Migrant students with exposure to new experiences and new ideas while reinforcing skills in the regular classroom. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 48,457 35,000 Classified Salaries 27,785 12,500 Employee Benefits 12,197 6,837 Books and Supplies 68,794 25,339 Other Services 350 1,500 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 5,683 4,407 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 163,266 85,583 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther Services Indirect Costs Page 40 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 MIGRANT EDUCATION - EVEN START Resource Code 3110 Program Description: Materials are provided to help teachers and program assistants teach Migrant parents English, and Migrant pre-school age children early childhood experiences appropriate to their development. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 250 0 Classified Salaries 10,208 7,948 Employee Benefits 2,342 929 Books and Supplies 3,189 13,118 Other Services 5,607 0 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 1,404 1,005 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 23,000 23,000 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Classified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesIndirect Costs Page 41 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 TITLE II, PART A - TEACHER QUALITY Resource Code 4035 Program Description: This is a feral program that increases student academic achievement through strategies such as improving teacher and principal quality and increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in the classroom and highly qualified principals and assistant principals in schools. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 3,422 140,365 Classified Salaries 0 0 Employee Benefits 463 19,287 Books and Supplies 140,543 (6,875) Other Services 196,982 240 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 22,192 6,993 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 363,602 160,010 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Certificated SalariesEmployee BenefitsOther Services Page 42 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 TITLE III - LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT STUDENT PROGRAM Resource Code 4203 Program Description: Funds to eligible districts to provide supplementary programs and services to Limited English Proficient (LEP) students to assist them in achieving grade level and graduation standards. The 2005-06 budget includes carryover of $121,000 from the 2004-05 fiscal year. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 56,969 60,753 Classified Salaries 16,501 16,438 Employee Benefits 23,634 26,065 Books and Supplies 15,883 33,039 Other Services 31,870 10,000 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 2,897 2,926 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 147,754 149,221 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesIndirect Costs Page 43 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM Resource Code 6010 Program Description: The Fillmore Unified School District, in partnership with several community based organizations, offers an after school program at five school sites. The program offers literacy, homework support, recreations, and enrichment activities to students from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, five days per weeks. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 90,680 116,915 Classified Salaries 269,665 243,104 Employee Benefits 90,226 106,417 Books and Supplies 24,542 (1,811) Other Services 25,587 19,500 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 24,107 22,125 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 524,807 506,250 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsOther ServicesIndirect Costs Page 44 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 ECONOMIC IMPACT AID - SCE Resource Code 7090 Program Description: Economic Impact Aid (EIA) is a state categorical program that provides supplemental funds, kindergarten through grade twelve, to support supplemental programs compensatory education services for educationally disadvantaged students, as determined by the LEA applicant. EIA funding is open to all public school districts that request participation using Part I of the annual Consolidated Application. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 150,322 95,400 Classified Salaries 113,392 83,627 Employee Benefits 109,674 70,717 Books and Supplies 85,440 89,847 Other Services 19,852 29,761 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 16,634 19,920 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 495,314 389,272 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET ClassifiedSalariesCertificatedSalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther ServicesIndirect Costs Page 45 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 ECONOMIC IMPACT AID - LEP Resource Code 7091 Program Description: Economic Impact Aid (EIA) is a state categorical program that provides supplemental funds, kindergarten through grade twelve, to support supplemental programs and services for English learners (ELs). EIA funding is open to all public school districts that request participation using Part I of the annual Consolidated Application. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 95,109 110,509 Classified Salaries 50,981 55,561 Employee Benefits 55,018 55,321 Books and Supplies 115,692 61,631 Other Services 17,024 11,630 Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 7,741 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 341,565 294,652 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Certificated SalariesClassified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther Services Page 46 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 HOME TO SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION Resource Code 7230 Program Description: A program funding pupil transportation services. Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Business Services 805.524.6027 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 0 0 Classified Salaries 225,790 191,704 Employee Benefits 140,111 121,598 Books and Supplies 59,672 72,000 Other Services (25,016) (22,042) Capital Outlay 0 0 Indirect Costs 27,572 16,601 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 428,129 379,861 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2011-12 ADOPTED BUDGET Classified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesIndirect Costs Page 47 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 RESTRICTED MAINTENANCE PROGRAM Resource Code 8150 Program Description: Program Responsibility: Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services 805.524.6036 Director, Facilities and Constructions 805.524.8046 RESTRICTED GENERAL FUND SUPPORT SERVICES 2010-11 2011-12 EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT ESTIMATED PROPOSED Certificated Salaries 0 0 Classified Salaries 447,429 408,296 Employee Benefits 209,597 197,387 Books and Supplies 103,000 126,406 Other Services 115,019 8,350 Capital Outlay 30,080 0 Indirect Costs 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 905,125 740,439 FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL FUND 2010-11 ADOPTED BUDGET Classified SalariesEmployee BenefitsBooks and SuppliesOther Services Page 48 Reflects information as of June 15, 2011 Appendices

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