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FY 2014


Where the Money Goes Do the schools and buildings of the State of Idaho really benefit from everyone who participates in the Lottery? The answer is YES! In fact, the Idaho Lottery just completed its most successful year in its 24-year history yielding the most prosperous dividend of $48.2 million. This was the 10th consecutive year for a record dividend. Since 1989, the Idaho Lottery has been a committed partner of public education and the permanent building fund, returning more than $600.5 million since inception. The Idaho Lottery sends dividend dollars to three different funds: the Department of Education’s Public School Building Fund, the Department of Education’s Bond Levy Equalization Fund (sunsets in September of 2014), and the Department of Administration’s Permanent Building Fund. This year, each account received a record amount of dividend. As prescribed in statute, the two building fund accounts each received $18,075,000 while the Bond Levy Equalization Fund received $12,050,000. The Department of Education uses a formula of total enrollment divided by average daily attendance to determine annual disbursements to the districts. Someone in Idaho is always winning any time you participate $ in the Lottery. By playing, you help your community. The businesses where you purchase your tickets earn commissions for each sale and every winner cashed in their store. Your local schools benefit with building projects funded through Lottery dividends. Winning prize experiences, large and small, eventually find their way back into your community where the winners live. Every play pays.


Players claimed a record $122.8 million, about 62% of all revenues. That averages $336,680 per day, every day, for the entire year. After prizes, the second largest amount of revenue is returned to the people of Idaho through the annual dividend, roughly 24% of total revenue. With this year’s dividend, over the past five years the Idaho Lottery has returned nearly $200 million. Also a record amount, nearly $11.5 million in commissions, was earned by our network of 1,187 retailers in 179 communities across the Gem State, roughly 6% of sales, for providing Idaho Lottery products to their customers. Rigorous fiscal management of Idaho Lottery’s operating costs is paramount to its overall success. Administrative costs represent only about 2% of the total cost to operate the Idaho Lottery. Our vendor partners, who provide our operational systems, terminals, vending machines, and print our Scratch Games™, collectively earn about 4%. The smallest portion of revenue is used for marketing and communications to support products and sales.

Prizes 62% Dividend 24%

Retailer Commissions 6% Marketing/ Communications 2%

Program Operations/ Game Support 4% Administration 2%


PUBLIC BUILDING FUND PROJECTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014:

Monies returned to the Department of Administration’s Permanent Building Fund are used on State owned facilities for improvement to state parks, renovations, new facilities for our college campuses, and maintenance projects for the administrative buildings of the State of Idaho. The following is a list of the projects completed in FY14: ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF

Basement Air Handler, Supreme Court Building; Renovate Infrastructure, Capitol Annex

AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF

Repair Parking Lot, Curbing, Walkways, Main Building

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY

Replace Roof, Science Building; Fire Alarm Upgrade, Phase 6 (05199, 07196, 08215, 09196, 12192); Replace Chiller, Communication Building; Freight Elevator, Science Building; Space Consolidation/Renovation, Admin Bldg (continue 11198, 12196); Exit Sign Renewal, Albertsons Library; Ped/Bicycle Master Plan & Safety Improvements, Ph. 4 (08200, 10199, 12198); Classroom Renovation, various bldgs (cont. 12194, 13194); Emergency Lighting Renewal, Bronco Gym; Replace Windows and Frames, Ph 1, Yanke Family Research Park; Convert Indoor Transformer to Pad-Mounted, Liberal Arts Bldg; Install Cooling System, Bronco Gym; Sidewalk Repair & Replace, Campus Wide; Elevator Upgrades, Albertson Library; Fire Alarm Upgrade, Ph 7, Sci & Ed Bldgs; Pneumatic Controls, Albertson Library; Assess & Replace Windows, Sci, Ed & other bldgs.; Replace Transformers, various bldgs.; Replace Skylights, Yanke Family Research Park; Renovations & Systems Upgrade, Business Bldg.; Upgrade Pedestrian Lighting to LED; East Campus Green Field; Water Heater Replacement, Chaffee Hall

COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO

Main Water Lines, Shields Building; Rigging, Fine Arts Building; Electricity Upgrades, Ph 2, Campus Wide; Chip Coat Entryways, Northwest and Falls Ave

COLLEGE OF WESTERN IDAHO

Master Plan, Ph. 2, Nampa Campus (from Capital Request)

COMMISSION FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND Reroof, Main Building, Ph. 1, ISDB

CORRECTION, DEPARTMENT OF

Replace Roof, Rec Bldg #17, ISCI; Water Distribution System, A-Block, ICIO; Replace Heating Equipment, Ph. 1, ISCI (incl. Medical, Admin, Kitchen, Gym); Security Door Controls & Motor Operators, Units 14, 15 & 16, ISCI; Upgrade Electrical & Replace Generator, SAWC

EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Modify Large Bays, Rms 205 & 215, Tech Bldg.; Repair Asphalt Parking Areas, Campus Wide; Shop Support Systems, Sessions Bldg; Update HVAC, Sessions Bldg; Modify Irrigation System, S. End of Campus

FISH & GAME, IDAHO DIVISION OF

Carpet, Panhandle Reg Office, Coeur d’Alene

HEALTH & WELFARE, DEPARTMENT OF

Re-Roof Boiler/Chiller Building and Patch Roof, Lab Bldg; Hot Water Re-Circ Loop, No. End, Lab Building; SWITC, Flooring & Remove Nursing Stations, Birch & Aspen Bldgs; SHN, Remodel Patient Bathrooms; SHN, Replace Flooring, Kitchen and High-Use Areas; SHS, Upgrade Patient Units and Nursing Areas, PTF

IDAHO EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND ADA, Modifications to Ext Doors, Main Bldg.


IDAHO STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Renov Transp Museum, Old Id Pen, Boise; Misc Repairs, Stricker Ranch & Rock Cr Station, Hansen; Renovate False Front Buildings, Final Phase, Old Idaho Pen; Re-Roof, Relic Hall, Franklin; Renovation and Expansion, Idaho State Historical Museum

IDAHO STATE POLICE

Replace Conc Main & Back Entrance Pkg Lot, Dist 1, CDA; Roof Repair and UV Coating, Administration Building and P.O.S.T. Building, Meridian Complex

IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY

Cadaver Lab Renov & Addition, Gale Life Sciences Bldg.; Replace Entry Doors, Various Bldgs; Railing Repairs, Reed Gym; Upgrade Lighting System, Utility Tunnels; Sewer Main and Manholes, North Side of Quad; Interior Notification System, 20 Buildings; Replace and Add Manhole Access Points, Campus Wide; Replace Boilers, Center for Higher Education, UP/IF; Shelves Seismic Bracing, PH 1, Library; Flooring Replacement, PH 2, Library; Replace Elevators and Fire Alarm System, Garrison Hall; HVAC Repairs - Replace VFD’s, Phys Sci Bldg; Replace HVAC Compressors, RFC Bldg; A/C Units & Valves, KISU, Liberal Arts Bldg; Heating Repairs,1st floor, Library; Heating Repairs, Fine Arts Bldg; Concrete Flatwork repairs, UP/IF; Replace Central Fire-alarm Control Panels, Campus-wide; Mold Mitigation & Repairs, Storage Rooms, Bilyeu theater; Back-check Valves for Campus Irrigation, Ph I; Replace Glazing & Sealant, Install Fall Protection, Various Bldgs.; Elevated Walkway Repairs, Tingey Bldg, UP/IF; Roof Replacement, Fine Arts Bldg.; Formed concrete ramps, stairs, walls, Campus Wide; Concrete Flatwork Repairs Ph I; Erosion Control/Soil Stabilization Conc. Work, Red Hill; New ext Shaft & ADA Elevator, Business Bldg.; Concrete Repairs – ADA Access, Campus wide; ADA, Replace Freight Elevator, Fine Arts Bldg.; Treasure Valley Anatomy and Physiology Lab

JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

Parking Lot Expansion, JCC Lewiston; Replace Roof, Gym/ Cafeteria Building, JCC St. Anthony

LABOR, DEPARTMENT OF

Parking Lot Lights, Industrial Administration Building; HVAC Air Upgrades and Repairs, Industrial Administration Bldg.; Upgrade Lamps/Lighting Fixtures, Pocatello and Blackfoot Offices

LEWIS CLARK STATE COLLEGE

Upgrade Silverthorne Audit, Admin Bldg.; Fire Suppression System, Server Room, Library; Replace Chiller, Reid Centennial Hall; Replace Chiller, Library; Reroof Sam Glenn Complex; Upgrade Elevators, Spalding Hall & Admin Bldg; Storage Building, 4 units; Upgrade Telecom Classroom, Library; Energy Savings Analysis & Planning; Sidewalk ADA Improvements

MILITARY, DIVISION OF

Renovate, Readiness Center, Wilder; Re-Roof Building 616, Gowen Field; Pitched Roof Overbuild, Building 951, Gowen Field; Re-Roof, Readiness Center, Moscow; Remodel Readiness Center, Rexburg

NORTH IDAHO COLLEGE

I-Beam Repairs, Boswell Hall; Improve College Drive Roadway & Winton-Post pkg lot; ADA, Sidewalk Repairs & Upgrades, Campus Wide

PARKS & RECREATION, DEPARTMENT OF

Expand Admin Center, Massacre Rocks State Park; Energy Upgrades, Visitor Ctr & Admin Office, Bruneau Dunes

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS

Replace Communications Site Building and Tower, Shafer Butte

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

ITVB: Bldg Renov Study, Paradise Ridge, Latah County; ADA, Replace Ramps & Railings, Center for Higher Education Building

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Ext & Int Renovation, Education Bldg; Replace Roofs, Mech Level, Ag Science; Outdoor Lighting, Perimeter Drive; Replace/Repair Fire Dampers, Engineering/Physics; Replace Flat Roof Elements, Memorial Gymnasium; Integrated Research & Innovation Center


SCHOOL DISTRICT

FY13 Amount FY90-13 Total

ADA Boise Independent $1,485,981 $26,797,303 Meridian Joint $2,095,773 $28,024,278 Kuna Joint $300,406 $3,779,381 Idaho Virtual Academy $154,386 $1,106,000 Rolling Hills Charter School $15,028 $108,928 Compass Charter School $36,491 $198,315 Falcon Ridge Charter School $18,255 $144,555 Inspire Virtual Charter School $45,228 $209,861 Garden City Community School (Davinci closed) $0 $46,611 iSucceed Virtual Charter School $14,259 $185,494 Kaplan Academy of Idaho Charter School $15,503 $62,079 The Village Charter School $15,612 $26,425 Sage International School of Boise $25,316 $58,752 Anser Charter School $21,986 $137,627 Hidden Springs Charter School (closed) $0 $115,934 Meridian Charter High School $15,400 $137,076 North Star Charter School $46,890 $285,028 Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School $14,997 $123,637

TOTAL $4,321,511 $61,547,284 ADAMS Meadows Valley $13,850 $251,660 Council $16,617 $373,587

TOTAL $30,467 $625,247 BANNOCK Marsh Valley Joint $80,785 $1,591,967 Pocatello $694,113 $13,166,270 Academy at the Roosevelt Center $16,367 $116,939 Pocatello Community Charter School $20,308 $153,163

TOTAL $811,573 $15,028,339 BEAR LAKE Bear Lake County $71,484 $1,566,118

TOTAL $71,484 $1,566,118 BENEWAH St. Maries Joint $68,821 $1,329,101 Plummer / Worley Joint $25,840 $582,892

TOTAL $94,661 $1,911,993 BINGHAM Snake River $106,099 $2,233,147 Blackfoot $254,671 $4,656,686 Aberdeen $50,711 $960,953 Firth $48,638 $993,460 Shelley Joint $129,018 $2,309,416 Idaho Science & Technology Charter $12,918 $52,520 Idaho Leadership Academy (closed) $27,390 Blackfoot Charter Community Learning Ctr. $11,697 $65,333 Chief Tahgee Elementary Academy $4,263 $4,263

TOTAL $618,015 $11,303,166 BLAINE Blaine County $190,690 $3,149,499

TOTAL $190,690 $3,149,499 BOISE Garden Valley $19,934 $336,755 Basin $25,853 $457,108 Horseshoe Bend $20,570 $352,750 TOTAL

$66,357 $1,146,613


SCHOOL DISTRICT

FY13 Amount FY90-13 Total

BONNER Bonner County (former) $0 $1,891,107 West Bonner County $77,214 $1,114,553 Lake Pend Oreille $225,548 $2,881,765 Sandpoint Charter School $17,681 $113,732

TOTAL $320,443 $6,001,158 BONNEVILLE Idaho Falls $586,882 $11,030,697 Swan Valley Elementary $5,428 $89,796 Bonneville Joint $614,138 $8,988,109 Taylor’s Crossing Charter School $28,767 $155,837 White Pine Charter School $27,534 $197,735 Monticello Montessori School $11,648 $37,663 American Heritage Charter School $5,774 $5,774 Odyssey Charter School $7,249 $7,249

TOTAL $1,287,420 $20,512,860 BOUNDARY Boundary County $93,161 $1,796,556

TOTAL $93,161 $1,796,556 BUTTE Butte County $31,136 $697,675

TOTAL $31,136 $697,675 CAMAS Camas County $13,739 $226,028

TOTAL $13,739 $226,028 CANYON Nampa $886,874 $12,588,406 Caldwell $382,342 $6,178,194 Wilder $25,043 $529,287 Middleton $201,207 $2,692,519 Notus $26,559 $410,869 Melba Joint $49,430 $786,241 Parma $68,140 $1,127,504 Vallivue $446,080 $5,096,298 Victory Charter School $28,534 $197,847 Liberty Charter School $31,986 $263,462 Vision Charter School $31,320 $128,080 Nampa Classical Academy Charter School (closed) $22,337 Another Choice Virtual Charter School $20,822 $53,398 Legacy Charter School $14,130 $24,857 Heritage Community Charter $25,113 $48,680 COSSA (Centerpoint Alt Sec Sch) $9,687 $43,877 Idaho Arts Charter School $48,191 $263,868 OWL Charter Academy (closed) $14,946 Thomas Jefferson Charter School $31,336 $230,355

TOTAL $2,326,794 $30,701,025 CARIBOU Grace Joint $34,191 $634,179 North Gem $16,071 $246,572 Soda Springs Joint $51,281 $1,138,193

TOTAL $101,543 $2,018,944 CASSIA Cassia County Joint $312,004 $5,583,749 TOTAL

$312,004 $5,583,749


SCHOOL DISTRICT

FY13 Amount FY90-13 Total

CLARK Clark County Joint $14,201 $251,553

TOTAL $14,201 $251,553 CLEARWATER Orofino Joint $78,467 $1,614,562 TOTAL

$78,467 $1,614,562

CUSTER Challis Joint $32,055 $630,024 Mackay Joint $17,315 $309,418

TOTAL $49,370 $939,442 ELMORE Prairie Elementary $1,056 $12,988 Glenns Ferry Joint $32,103 $639,962 Mountain Home $218,845 $4,338,670 Richard McKenna Charter High School $17,626 $180,149

TOTAL $269,630 $5,171,768 FRANKLIN Preston Joint $142,429 $2,550,912 West Side Joint $41,111 $663,089 SEI Tec $11,169 $11,169

TOTAL $194,709 $3,225,170 FREMONT Fremont County Joint $143,981 $2,714,954

TOTAL $143,981 $2,714,954 GEM Emmett Independent $155,312 $3,022,213 Payette River Technical Academy $13,306 $48,358

TOTAL $168,618 $3,070,571 GOODING Gooding Joint $73,046 $1,348,667 Wendell $71,266 $1,172,798 Hagerman Joint $25,321 $453,376 Bliss Joint $13,353 $225,111 North Valley Academy $19,527 $74,312 Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind $1,629 $41,357

TOTAL $204,142 $3,315,620 IDAHO Grangeville Joint (former) - $1,154,685 Cottonwood Joint $29,141 $539,976 Salmon River Joint $12,468 $94,702 Mountain View $79,124 $587,044

TOTAL $120,733 $2,376,406 JEFFERSON Jefferson County Joint $294,162 $4,572,041 Ririe Joint $43,390 $787,925 West Jefferson $45,025 $803,631 TOTAL

$382,577 $6,163,597


SCHOOL DISTRICT

FY13 Amount FY90-13 Total

JEROME Jerome Joint $206,807 $3,384,358 Valley $41,120 $758,366 Heritage Academy $11,119 $18,992 TOTAL

$259,046 $4,161,716

KOOTENAI Coeur d’ Alene $572,219 $9,648,761 Lakeland $252,461 $4,222,720 Post Falls $324,564 $4,899,222 Kootenai Joint $18,713 $337,639 Kootenai Bridge Academy Charter School $13,416 $53,277 North Idaho Stem Charter School $12,430 $22,285 Couer d’ Alene Charter Academy $32,889 $246,880 TOTAL

$1,226,692 $19,430,784

LATAH Moscow $131,563 $2,627,804 Genesee Joint $21,585 $369,648 Kendrick Joint $23,534 $383,315 Potlatch $30,034 $617,346 Whitepine Joint (former) - $295,791 Troy $23,391 $246,255 Whitepine Joint $21,908 $226,094 Palouse Prairie Charter School $10,280 $28,953 Moscow Charter School $7,294 $83,815 Idaho Distance Education Academy $46,340 $452,056

TOTAL $315,929 $5,331,077 LEHMI Salmon $50,441 $1,190,279 South Lemhi $11,362 $177,111 Upper Carmen Charter School $6,713 $33,795

TOTAL $68,516 $1,401,185 LEWIS Nezperce Joint $13,456 $231,564 Kamiah Joint $36,131 $656,087 Highland Joint $17,684 $309,868

TOTAL $67,271 $1,197,519 LINCOLN Shoshone Joint $32,988 $567,440 Dietrich $17,832 $248,063 Richfield $14,299 $250,981

TOTAL $65,119 $1,066,484 MADISON Madison $295,799 $4,752,294 Sugar-Salem Joint $90,664 $1,550,907

TOTAL $386,463 $6,303,201 MINIDOKA Minidoka County Joint $241,374 $4,824,833

TOTAL $241,374 $4,824,833 NEZ PERCE Lewiston Independent $285,175 $5,249,567 Lapwai $34,831 $596,608 Culdesac Joint $11,877 $229,070 Tammany Elementary (former) - $57,647 TOTAL

$331,883 $6,132,891


SCHOOL DISTRICT

FY13 Amount FY90-13 Total

ONEIDA Oneida County $55,318 $1,041,730

TOTAL $55,318 $1,041,730 OWYHEE Marsing Joint $54,598 $858,404 Pleasant Valley Elementary $905 $24,690 Bruneau-Grand View Joint $26,556 $551,622 Homedale Joint $72,903 $1,352,123 TOTAL

$154,962 $2,786,840

PAYETTE Payette Joint $91,716 $1,903,358 New Plymouth $64,046 $1,022,623 Fruitland $99,699 $1,616,772

TOTAL $255,461 $4,542,753 POWER American Falls Joint $89,397 $1,741,104 Rockland $13,944 $210,419 Arbon Elementary $2,061 $24,770

TOTAL $105,402 $1,976,293 SHOSHONE Kellogg Joint $81,796 $1,612,352 Mullan $11,159 $199,945 Wallace $37,231 $743,034 Avery $2,867 $47,611

TOTAL $133,053 $2,602,942 TETON Teton County $98,470 $1,477,973

TOTAL $98,470 $1,477,973 TWIN FALLS Twin Falls $471,677 $7,578,597 Buhl Joint $76,772 $1,471,739 Filer $89,179 $1,446,484 Kimberly $92,669 $1,421,562 Hansen $24,985 $436,525 Three Creek Joint Elementary $986 $12,771 Castleford Joint $21,129 $375,209 Murtaugh Joint $18,598 $307,888 Xavier Charter School $40,342 $164,171 Wings Middle Charter School $11,084 $45,998 ARTEC Charter School $15,669 $101,032

TOTAL $863,090 $13,361,976 VALLEY McCall-Donnelly Joint $65,543 $1,153,878 Cascade $19,443 $395,622 TOTAL

$84,986 $1,549,500

WASHINGTON Weiser $95,488 $1,752,561 Cambridge Joint $11,612 $253,895 Midvale $12,439 $174,827 TOTAL TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS

$119,539 $2,181,283 $17,150,000 * $274,030,875

* Amounts are pre-authorized based on prior dividend distribution.


SUMMARY OF DIVIDENDS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS

LOTTERY DIVIDENDS 1992 Public School Funds Study

$500,000

HB 315 Facilities Trans 2004 (Whitepine)

$377,500

Bond Levy Equalization 1991-07, 2009-2013

$38,174,864

Carry Over Balance

$779,500

Interest Paid 1990 - 2002

-$587,739

Public Education 1990 - 2012

$274,030,875

Permanent Buildings 1990 - 2012 $287,225,000 GRAND TOTAL $600,500,000

Dividend presentation at the Capitol in Boise.


General Information: • The Idaho Lottery launched on July 19, 1989. • Dividend distribution occurs annually in July. Dividend monies are transferred to the School District Building Account, the Permanent Building Fund and Bond Levy Equalization Fund for distribution. • Distribution at the school level is based on average daily attendance. • The Idaho Lottery office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. MT, Monday through Friday. Our offices are closed on State and Federal holidays.

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