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2011-12 Budget Overview


Board of Education

2011-12 Budget Overview BOARD OF EDUCATION Richard Barrera, President.............................................................................................Area D John Lee Evans, Vice President ....................................................................................Area A Kevin Beiser, Trustee....................................................................................................... Area B Scott Barnett, Trustee .....................................................................................................Area C Shelia Jackson, Trustee ................................................................................................... Area E

SUPERINTENDENT Bill Kowba

BUDGET BOOK TEAM Ron Little .............................................................................................Chief Financial Officer Bernie Rhinerson ............................................................... Chief of Staff/District Relations Ami Shackelford ................................................................. Director, Budget Development Linda Zintz ................................................................................. Director, Communications C. Elizabeth Blower ........................................................ Confidential Admin Assistant II Jeffrey Collum ..................................................................................... Senior System Analyst Rico Edillor .......................................................................................... Senior System Analyst Daryl Prendergast .............................................................................. Multimedia Specialist Joy Milus……………………………………………………………………....Budget Systems Support Analyst

SPECIAL ASSISTANCE Christina Lembert For additional information regarding the District’s schools, programs, services and operations, please visit www.sandi.net.

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Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction & Overview

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Board of Education Letter to the Community ....................................................................... 2 Superintendent’s Letter to the Community .......................................................................... 3 Board Member Profiles ....................................................................................................... 5 Fast Facts ............................................................................................................................ 8 Historical Comparison ......................................................................................................... 9

Mission, Vision & Priorities

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Mission & Vision ............................................................................................................... 16 Academic Excellence for All ............................................................................................... 16 Student Achievement Gains .............................................................................................. 17 Community-Based School Reform Model ........................................................................... 18 Vision 2020 for Educational Excellence .............................................................................. 18 Professional Learning Communities ................................................................................... 19 Data Driven Instruction ..................................................................................................... 19 Parent Engagement ........................................................................................................... 19 Goals for Student Achievement ......................................................................................... 19 A Quality School in Every Neighborhood............................................................................ 19

The Budget

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Assumptions and Priorities ................................................................................................ 22 State's Annual Budget Process ........................................................................................... 27 District's Annual Budget Process........................................................................................ 28 District Budget Development Process ................................................................................ 29 Budget & Accounting Methods .......................................................................................... 30 Budget by Major Expenditure ............................................................................................ 32 One Page Budget Summary-All Funds ................................................................................ 34 2011-12 Budget Overview

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Revenue & Expenditures by Account All Funds .................................................................. 35 Summary of All Funds........................................................................................................ 39 Governmental Funds ......................................................................................................... 39 Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund.................................................................. 40 Division/Department Budget Summary ............................................................................. 57 Board of Education ............................................................................................................ 58 Superintendent ................................................................................................................. 58 Legal Services .................................................................................................................... 59 Deputy Superintendent of Business Operations ................................................................. 59 Chief of Staff/District Relations ......................................................................................... 60 Office of Accountability ..................................................................................................... 60 Deputy Superintendent of Academics ................................................................................ 61 Integrated Technology Support Services ............................................................................ 61 Finance ............................................................................................................................. 62 School Budgets.................................................................................................................. 63

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Introduction & Overview


Introduction & Overview | Board of Education Letter to the Community

BOARD OF EDUCATION LETTER TO THE COMMUNITY As our nation continues to face unprecedented fiscal challenges, so does the San Diego Unified School District. This budget for the 2011-12 fiscal year was one of the most difficult and disappointing budgets ever adopted in the history of the district. No member of the Board of Education is pleased with this budget; it is simply a plan of fiscal necessity. It does not represent our vision or priorities for our schools. Although the final state budget included additional funding for K-12 education, the district was still forced to incorporate more than $80 million in staffing and program reductions into our budget. Our journey to complete this budget was a bumpy one; with constant uncertainty about the level of state funding for public education. Early in the process, our district was directed to plan for the worst. We faced no alternative but to issue more than 1,000 layoff notices to our certificated staff in March and more than 600 layoff notices to our classified support staff in May. Our priority to keep cuts as far away from students and classrooms was no longer possible. As Board members, we listened to teachers, parents and community members talk about the devastating impacts that the loss of teaching staff and educational programs would have on our students and we joined together with our school community to advocate to state representatives for more funding. K-12 education funding in California is far below where it must be to sustain a quality education program, even with the level funding we received in the final state budget. Fortunately, we were able to restore funding to maintain our kindergarten through third grade class sizes and some of our music education programs. Sadly, we were not able to fund many of the other educational and support programs that have made positive contributions to student success in years past. All too often during this tumultuous budget process, positive stories about our student achievement gains and the successful implementation of our community based reform programs were overshadowed by the budget news. We can all be proud of the work of our teachers, administrators and school support staff for their dedication and commitment to the success of our students. Their hard work has paid off as we continue to experience an increase in the overall achievement levels district wide. For the fifth straight year, San Diego Unified students improved on the California Standards Test in all subjects. Looking forward, our district still faces significant financial challenges. After five straight years of state funding reductions, we face a large deficit in the 2012-13 fiscal year that may necessitate more staffing and program reductions next year. This projected deficit will be mitigated if the state begins to restore K-12 education funding to previous levels and begins to repay school districts some of the more than $10 billion in Proposition 98 funding deferred in recent years. We will be watching Sacramento closely again this year. This budget is based on revenue projections made in the state budget that, if not realized, could subject school districts to drastic midyear reductions. To avoid that possibility, our community must continue to advocate loudly for public education in the months ahead. I encourage all of San Diego to stand up for public education. The future of our economy and our city rests on providing quality education to every student, in every classroom on every day of the school year. Sincerely,

Richard Barrera President

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Introduction & Overview | Superintendent’s Letter to the Community

SUPERINTENDENT’S LETTER TO THE COMMUNITY The 2010-11 school year was a roller coaster of highs and lows. Our high points occurred in our schools where our teachers, principals and support staff continued to excel in their work to educate all students, every school day in every school. We began the year in September by announcing the fifth straight year of academic gains on the California Standards Test (CST). San Diego Unified students posted academic gains in all subject areas: English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. Our district is now tied with San Francisco Unified as the top large urban district in the state in English Language Arts CST scores. While we are proud of our continuing overall achievement gains, we still have much work to do in our efforts to narrow the achievement gap between our Hispanic and African American students and our white and Asian students. This persistent achievement gap is unacceptable and will continue to be a major focus in the next school year. Our low points during the year centered on the preparation of the budget for 2011-12. As we began to develop the budget in January 2011, we had high hopes for level funding for K-12 education from the State of California. Governor Brown began the year with a proposed budget that protected K-12 funding through a balance of budget cuts and revenues from tax extensions that would be approved by voters in a June special election. During the early spring, our advocacy efforts centered on informing our state elected representatives about the precarious situation facing our schools and the critical need for more funding to avoid class size increases and layoffs of our teachers and support staff. Unfortunately, Sacramento could not reach a budget solution that ensured level funding for schools in March and we were forced to issue layoff notices to more than 800 teachers and 600 classified staff this spring. To their credit, even during the conflict and turmoil of the layoff notice process, our teachers, administrators and support staff stayed focus on our students. Quality educational programs continued to be delivered in our classrooms even during the most difficult of times. Following the legislature’s failure to reach a budget compromise, our hopes began to rise again that the Governor’s May Revise Budget would protect education funding and the legislature would approve a budget that would allow the district to reduce the number of layoffs needed to balance our budget. We continued to advocate with our representatives that our schools needed adequate funding to educate our children for successful futures. As Sacramento continued to debate the budget, school districts throughout the state were forced to develop their budgets based on a reduction of $330 per student in Average Daily Attendance (ADA) funding from the state. That reduction meant that our district needed to reduce expenditures by $115 million even after making use of $21 million in one-time federal jobs stimulus funds. Our hopes once again hit a high point on June 15 when the legislature adopted a budget that included level funding for K-12 education that would have provided an additional $36 million in revenue for San Diego Unified. That additional revenue could have been used to reduce the level of layoffs, maintain K-3 class sizes and restore some classified support positions. Those hopes were short lived and we hit a new low on June 16 when Governor Brown quickly vetoed the budget. He directed the legislature to return a new budget to him that did not rely on questionable revenues and expenditure reductions. As Superintendent, I have the responsibility to recommend a balanced budget to the Board of Education each year. For the last five years, as the district has faced reductions in state funding for education, we have been able to balance our annual budget with deficit spending, using reserves and other one-time funds to balance expenditures with resources. After these years of deficit spending, where our expenditures were more than the actual revenues received, the district is no longer in a fiscal position where we can sustain our current level of operations without additional state revenues in 2011-12. In 2011-12, our adopted budget projects that the district will have expenditures exceeding annual revenues by more than $60 million in the Unrestricted General Fund. This level of deficit spending will be necessary even after

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Introduction & Overview | Superintendent’s Letter to the Community

making $115 million in expenditure reductions through layoffs and program reductions. This will be the last year the district can balance our budget with this level of deficit spending because we will no longer have access to unused reserves. Federal education stimulus funding programs are no longer available. We must already focus on the future and begin early in the next fiscal year to develop solutions to address our multi-year deficit projections. Even if the State adopts a final budget with more funding for education, San Diego Unified will still face a substantial deficit in 2012-13. Now projected at more than $92 million, this deficit will necessitate even further staffing reductions or employee concessions to reach a balanced 2012-13 budget. Any last minute staff restorations, supported by additional education funding in an approved stated budget, before the start of the 2011-12 school year will help our schools but the additional expenditure will further deepen the deficit we must address in 2012-13 budget. The true dilemma faced by our district is the fact that California has devastated our schools by cutting more than $10 billion in K-12 education statewide over the last four years. California needs to make education a priority to ensure that we can educate children whose success is essential for the economic future of our state. The roller coaster ride is likely to continue in the year ahead. We will continue to strongly advocate for adequate education funding from Sacramento to minimize the low points as we prepare yet another budget with inadequate funding. The harsh reality remains that the staffing reductions included in this budget will impact our students. It will be my priority and the priority of every district employee to minimize those impacts and to keep the success of our students as our focus. The high points on our ride will be to see the amazing work of our fine classroom educators, support staff and school administrators with our students, even with more crowded classrooms and fewer resources. I thank all of our staff and our parent community for your continued support and dedication to our students. Our collective commitment to the goal of providing a quality school in every neighborhood remains our strongest asset as we move into an uncertain future. Sincerely,

Bill Kowba Superintendent

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Introduction & Overview | Board Member Profiles

BOARD MEMBER PROFILES RICHARD BARRERA  President  Term Expires: December 2012  rbarrera1@sandi.net Richard Barrera was elected to the Board in 2008. A first-generation San Diegan, his father emigrated from Colombia and mother is the daughter of European immigrants who came to America through Ellis Island. After graduating from El Cajon Valley High School, Mr. Barrera received his Bachelors Degree in American History from UCSD, and a Masters Degree in Public Policy from Harvard University. Mr. Barrera has a background as a community organizer, working to revitalize low-income neighborhoods and create networks for parents of pre-school aged kids. He served five years as president of the Consensus Organizing Institute and has also worked for the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, the Comer Science and Education Foundation and as a consultant for the City Heights Community Development Corporation. In the field of labor relations, he has served as San Diego regional organizer for both the United Domestic Workers and United Healthcare Workers. Mr. Barrera serves as a board member of the San Diego Cooperative Charter School, the Greater Golden Hill Community Planning Committee, the San Diego League of Conservation Voters, and the San Diego Unity League, and volunteers for the Urban Corps of San Diego County and as a coach for his sons’ North Park Little League teams. Mr. Barrera's two sons are students in the San Diego Unified School District.

JOHN LEE EVANS  Vice President  Term Expires: December 2012  johnleeevans@sandi.net

John Lee Evans, Ph.D., was elected to the Board in 2008. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Pitzer College and a Master's in Psychology and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at U.S. International University. While in college, he helped found and direct a community preschool and elementary tutoring center. He gained international experience by studying for one year at the University of Madrid and serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras for three years. Once in San Diego, Dr. Evans taught Spanish at a language institute where he later became director. He was an English as a Second Language (ESL) instructor in the San Diego Community College District Continuing Education Division for more than eight years and also taught psychology at Southwestern College. He has a lifetime credential to teach at the community college level in California. Dr. Evans is currently a clinical psychologist in private practice, working with children, adolescents and adults. He is a member of the San Diego, California, and American Psychological Associations. As a parent, Dr. Evans has been a member of the Fletcher Elementary School Site Council, a classroom and PTA volunteer at Spreckels Elementary, a group leader for seminar parents at Standley Middle School and a member of the University City High School 2011-12 Budget Overview

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Governance Team. He and his wife live in University City. Their three grown children all attended San Diego Unified schools.

SCOTT BARNETT  Board Member  Term Expires: December 2014  sbarnett@sandi.net Scott Barnett comes to the board with a strong financial background and experience as an elected official. He served as Executive Director of San Diego County Taxpayers Association, a non-profit fiscal policy group. Currently, he is a consultant as president of San Diego TaxpayersAdvocate.org. The private company studies local government spending. He was chairman of the district’s Independent Citizens Oversight Committee (ICOC) for Proposition MM, the $1.5 billion voter-approved taxpayer construction bond. The New York City native has political experience as well. At age 21 he became one of the youngest elected officials in California by winning a seat on the Del Mar City Council. He has also served on the boards of SANDAG and North County Transit District. As a parent, he has served as president of the Parent-Teacher Association at his daughters’ schools in San Diego Unified and coached their soccer teams. He has also been an entrepreneur, as owner of Barnett Consulting, a land use and public affairs firm. His experience in education includes working as a lecturer at San Diego State University and University of California-San Diego.

KEVIN BEISER  Board Member  Term Expires: December 2014  kbeiser@sandi.net Kevin Beiser grew up in a large family in poverty and is the only member of his family to graduate from high school and college. He earned a Bachelors of Arts degree from Willammette University in Salem, OR. After a successful career in management with a Fortune 500 company, Beiser returned to school to earn a Masters Degree in Education from the University of Phoenix in San Diego and two teaching credentials. He helped turn around Granger Junior High School, an underperforming school in National City, and was named the "San Diego Math Teacher of the Year" in 2009. He has also received the "Distinguished Service Award" for his work with students and strong support for the Gifted and Talented Education Program (GATE). Beiser has been involved in the community in many capacities to improve education: Faculty Advisory Committee (FAC), Math Department Chair, Professional Learning Team Leader (PLC), District Curriculum Instruction and Assessment Committee, Strategic Planning Committee for Budgets, Football Coach, Math Field Day Coach, Public Library Volunteer, Link Crew Advisor and AVID Site Team. Eager to apply his private sector knowledge and results-oriented teaching experience, he successfully ran for the San Diego Unified School Board in 2010.

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As a school board member, Beiser is working to reduce central office costs in order to preserve lower class sizes and enrichment programs for our children such as art, music, magnet schools and GATE. He is passionate about implementing research-based reforms that have helped turn around underperforming schools. Beiser invites everyone to join him in advocating for more public education funding by contacting your local representatives in Sacramento to ensure we have the necessary resources to educate our children.

SHELIA JACKSON  Board of Education Member  Term Expires: December 2012  sjackson@sandi.net Shelia L. Jackson was elected to the Board of Education in November 2004 and re-elected to her seat in November 2008. Ms. Jackson was born and raised in Smithfield, North Carolina, and graduated from Smithfield-Selma Senior High School. After graduation, she joined the U.S. Navy and served for 21 years. During her career in the Navy she rose to the rank of Senior Chief and managed Navy Health clinics on overseas assignments and in the U.S. Always a pioneer in her career, she was the first female Advanced Hospital Corpsman to manage a medical unit on an active duty Navy ship. During her military career, Ms. Jackson earned a Bachelor of Health Science from George Washington University. After her retirement from active duty in 1995, Ms. Jackson moved to San Diego to begin her second career in public education. She received her teaching credential from Cal State San Marcos and a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from National University. From 1995 to 2003, Ms. Jackson taught at Bay Park Elementary School and served on various school and neighborhood committees including President of the School Site Council. Shelia Jackson served as Math Team Leader, Instructional Leader, and Institute Coordinator for the San Diego Math Project. She also coordinated the San Diego Math Olympiad for three years. In 2004, Ms. Jackson made the decision to apply her leadership and management skills learned in her military career and her experience as a teacher to run for a seat on the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education. Since her election, Ms. Jackson has been an outspoken advocate for student achievement and quality educational opportunities for San Diego’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods. She has also advocated for stronger science and math programs that will prepare students for the 21st century job environment. Ms. Jackson serves is the executive director of the California Coalition of Black School Board Members. In addition, she serves as a director of the Council of Great City Schools and is a delegate to the California School Boards Association. Ms. Jackson is active in the community and is a member of Bethel AME Women’s Missionary Society, Clairemont Kiwanis and the Fleet Reserve Association. Ms. Jackson serves on the board of the San Diego Workforce Partnership and the San Diego Blood Bank. Ms. Jackson lives in the Southern San Diego area with her daughter, Kendra, and enjoys reading and walking when time permit.

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Introduction & Overview | Fast Facts

FAST FACTS Founded in 1854, San Diego Unified has grown from one small, rented school building with one teacher to the second largest school district in the State of California. The figures below reflect fiscal year 2010-11. ANNUAL BUDGETS ..................................... $ 1.8 billion GEOGRAPHICAL AREA ..................... 211+ square miles

Multi-Racial/Ethnic ................................................. 4.2% Native American ...................................................... 0.3% Pacific Islander ......................................................... 0.7% White ..................................................................... 23.5%

Board of Education Richard Barrera, President, Trustee District ................. D John Lee Evans, Vice President, Trustee District .......... A Scott Barnett, Trustee District ..................................... C Shelia Jackson, Trustee District .................................... E Kevin Beiser, Trustee District ....................................... B

Gender Female .................................................................. 48.6% Male ...................................................................... 51.4%

Socio-Economic Makeup

Schools

English Learners .................................................... 28.5% Eligible for free or reduced-priced meals (excluding Charter) ................................................................. 64.1%

Total number of educational facilities ..................... 229 Total number of schools (excluding Charter) ........... 188 Elementary and K-8 schools ..................................... 119 Middle schools ........................................................... 23 High schools ................................................................ 30 Atypical/Alternative schools ....................................... 16 Charter ....................................................................... 41

Other Student Information Students from military families ............................. 9,824 Special Education students .................................. 13,614 Gifted and Talented Education students ............. 26,970

Students

Employees

K-12 enrollment ................................................ 116,179 Total K-12 enrollment with Charters ................. 131,815

Total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) employees ........ 13,857 Certificated staff .................................................... 7,999 Classified staff ........................................................ 5,858

Ethnic Diversity

Transportation

African-American .................................................. 11.3% Asian ....................................................................... 3.2% Filipino ................................................................... 5.8% Hispanic ............................................................... 46.0% Indochinese ............................................................ 5.0%

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Bus fleet ..................................................................... 519 Students transported daily ................................... 18,291 Daily active stops ................................... 18,000 - 20,000 Miles traveled per year.................................... 9,720,886

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HISTORICAL COMPARISON About Our District For the 2010-11 year, the District had 228 educational facilities enrolling approximately 131,541 students. With a wide array of programs designed to meet the needs of a diverse student population, San Diego Unified is focused on ensuring that all students achieve high academic standards.

Non-Charter School Data School Type

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

Elementary Middle Level Senior High Atypical/Alternative Total

66,730 22,646 30,836 8,668 128,880

63,269 23,179 31,645 6,731 124,824

60,522 21,963 31,810 5,448 119,743

58,344 21,298 31,879 6,065 117,586

56,411 20,951 32,988 7,334 117,684

53,853 20,766 32,815 10,575 118,009

53,505 20,402 32,689 10,653 117,249

Racial/Ethnic Group

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

African American Asian Filipino Hispanic Indochinese Native American Pacific Islander White Multi-Racial/Ethnic

14.1% 3.1% 7.5% 41.6% 5.8% 0.5% 1.0% 26.4%

13.8% 3.1% 7.3% 42.3% 5.8% 0.5% 1.0% 26.1%

13.4% 3.4% 7.2% 42.8% 5.7% 0.5% 1.0% 26.1%

13.1% 3.6% 6.9% 43.2% 5.6% 0.5% 1.0% 26.1%

13.0% 3.7% 6.9% 43.7% 5.5% 0.5% 1.0% 25.6%

12.7% 3.9% 6.9% 43.9% 5.5% 0.5% 1.0% 25.4%

11.8% 3.5% 6.3% 45.2% 5.4% 0.4% 0.8% 23.9% 3.3%

Gender

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

Female Male

48.8% 51.2%

48.7% 51.3%

48.8% 51.2%

48.5% 51.5%

48.4% 51.6%

48.3% 51.7%

48.3% 51.7%

Student-Tchr Ratio

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

Total

18.39

18.71

17.91

18.17

18.55

19.12

19.74

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Enrollment by School ELEMENTARY

08-09

09-10

10-11

ELEMENTARY

08-09

09-10

10-11

ADAMS ALCOTT ANGIER AUDUBON BAKER BALBOA BARNARD BAY PARK BAYVIEW TERRACE BENCHLEY/WEINBERGER BETHUNE BIRD ROCK BIRNEY BOONE BURBANK CABRILLO CADMAN CARSON CARVER CENTRAL CHAVEZ CHEROKEE POINT CHESTERTON CHOLLAS/MEAD CLAY CROWN POINT CUBBERLEY CURIE DAILARD DEWEY DINGEMAN DOYLE E. B. SCRIPPS EDISON EMERSON/BANDINI ENCANTO ERICSON EUCLID FAY FIELD FLETCHER FLORENCE FOSTER FRANKLIN FREESE FULTON

371 494 444 586 505 637 183 481 265 533 618 467 369 568 383 216 177 502 304 823 603 479 510 814 261 178 258 607 545 455 776 842 610 654 734 689 739 647 650 324 275 315 408 283 538 488

337 475 444 567 409 593 244 480 236 530 658 474 408 609 371 187 166 517 283 750 636 493 508 813 253 223 235 593 549 434 792 730 624 605 709 623 728 660 675 298 278 315 412 259 472 450

347 450 464 576 419 628 275 500 234 542 727 508 456 564 401 195 149 522 333 729 641 511 514 745 270 263 231 588 550 433 810 767 672 602 644 640 771 660 697 291 269 318 430 246 443 397

GAGE GARFIELD ELEM GOLDEN HILL GRANT GREEN HAGE HAMILTON HANCOCK HARDY HAWTHORNE HEARST HICKMAN HOLMES HORTON IBARRA JEFFERSON JERABEK JOHNSON JONES JOYNER JUAREZ KIMBROUGH KNOX KUMEYAAY LA JOLLA LAFAYETTE LANGUAGE ACADEMY LEE LINDA VISTA LINDBERGH/SCHWEITZER LOGAN LOMA PORTAL LONGFELLOW MARSHALL MARVIN MASON MCKINLEY MILLER MIRAMAR RANCH NORMAL HEIGHTS NORTH PARK NYE OAK PARK OCEAN BEACH PACIFIC BEACH PARADISE HILLS

462 384 473 617 414 765 642 751 360 340 444 659 489 554 571 311 794 418 359 620 298 620 649 471 553 358 816 449 552 613 561 372 687 553 370 812 424 785 702 294 123 594 800 306 321 371

455 389 524 619 463 735 617 771 374 332 477 659 492 526 537 363 749 512 371 644 262 566 686 484 600 339 866 432 518 632 627 411 691 532 359 797 402 791 710 312 N/A 595 727 345 347 337

432 374 522 594 507 735 585 767 374 386 512 651 525 544 576 352 695 532 358 651 258 547 636 517 623 348 917 437 506 671 621 409 741 530 328 781 433 753 756 319 N/A 592 698 406 345 321

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ELEMENTARY

08-09

09-10

10-11

ELEMENTARY

08-09

09-10

10-11

PENN PERKINS PERRY PORTER RODRIGUEZ ROLANDO PARK ROSA PARKS ROSS ROWAN SANDBURG SEQUOIA SESSIONS SHERMAN SILVER GATE SPRECKELS

567 459 370 757 466 217 934 383 287 655 277 396 419 476 771

473 525 365 761 512 214 883 382 296 703 250 408 468 504 813

447 504 395 801 569 209 878 370 277 714 247 397 492 540 843

SUNSET VIEW TIERRASANTA TOLER TORREY PINES VALENCIA PARK VISTA GRANDE WALKER WASHINGTON WEBSTER WEGEFORTH WHITMAN ZAMORANO ELEMENTARY TOTAL

421 543 289 421 583 445 551 289 512 285 354 1,259 59,875

436 544 287 429 558 400 567 289 463 265 336 1,335 59,548

441 498 296 445 523 391 574 296 421 268 315 1,366 60,107

MIDDLE

08-09

09-10

10-11

MIDDLE

08-09

09-10

10-11

BELL CHALLENGER CLARK CORREIA CPMA DANA DE PORTOLA FARB INNOVATION LEWIS MANN MARSHALL MARSTON

1,280 1,129 1,258 825 938 824 1,018 767 394 1,073 984 1,467 1,019

1,084 1,090 1,205 828 988 807 1,022 729 509 1,100 851 1,538 891

1,054 1,136 1,133 873 1,051 786 999 705 530 1, 083 826 1, 487 821

MEMORIAL PREP MILLENNIAL TECH MONTGOMERY MUIRLANDS PACIFIC BEACH PERSHING ROOSEVELT STANDLEY TAFT WANGENHEIM WILSON MIDDLE TOTAL

265 230 552 1,081 711 932 863 1,351 674 1,285 719 21,639

623 432 477 1,048 674 896 815 1,257 606 1,155 623 21,248

539 516 448 1,057 694 884 800 1,051 625 1,096 573 20,767

HIGH SCHOOL

08-09

09-10

10-11

HIGH SCHOOL

08-09

09-10

10-11

CLAIREMONT CRAWFORD CHAMPS CRAWFORD IDEA CRAWFORD LAW & BUS. CRAWFORD MVAS HENRY HOOVER KEARNY CONSTRUCTION KEARNY DIGITAL MEDIA KEARNY INTL. BUSINESS KEARNY SCITECH LA JOLLA

1,474 373 380 325 407 2,453 2,095 479 481 454 506 1,641

1,448 389 334 302 382 2,468 2,186 472 485 458 498 1,591

1,392 372 313 282 347 2,526 2,109 462 488 461 464 1,625

LINCOLN MADISON MIRA MESA MISSION BAY MORSE POINT LOMA SCPA SCRIPPS RANCH SDHS BUSINESS SDHS COMMUNICATION SDHS INTL. STUDIES SDHS LEADS

2,379 1,219 2,652 1,691 2,471 2,076 1,431 2,329 446 352 532 533

2,170 1,254 2,643 1,640 2,367 2,126 1,432 2,395 480 369 550 509

2,056 1,275 2,619 1,599 2,154 2,065 1,418 2,467 477 320 563 475

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HIGH SCHOOL

08-09

09-10

10-11

HIGH SCHOOL

08-09

09-10

10-11

SDHS MVP ARTS SDHS SCITECH SERRA

494 536 2,094

490 556 2,086

481 539 2,042

UNIVERSITY CITY HIGH SCHOOL TOTAL

1,851 34,154

1,855 33,935

1,879 33,270

CHARTER

08-09 09-10

10-11

CHARTER

08-09 09-10

10-11

ARROYO PASEO AUDEO CHARTER SCHOOL OF SAN DIEGO COLEMAN TECH CORTEZ HILL DARNALL EINSTEIN ELEMENTARY EINSTEIN MIDDLE EXPLORER GOMPERS MIDDLE GOMPERS PREP. ACAD. HEALTH SCIENCES HIGH TECH HIGH MEDIA ARTS HIGH TECH HIGH HIGH TECH HIGH INTERNAT'L HIGH TECH MIDDLE MEDIA ARTS HIGH TECH MIDDLE HOLLY DRIVE IFTIN IFTIN HIGH INNOVATIONS ACADEMY KEILLER LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

142 393 1,902

165 440 1,746

149 487 1,851

264

302

299

129 163

158 156

171 162

N/A 189 518 452 245 321 713 N/A 307 396

N/A N/A 534 461 262 341 554 243 445 403

27 N/A 562 477 284 340 N/A 890 502 408

N/A

209

331

530 319

548 366

550 392

266

336

330

326 147 206 N/A 157

335 147 232 N/A 151

334 141 277 76 243

KING/CHAVEZ ACADEMY OF EXCELLENCE KING/CHAVEZ ARTS KING/CHAVEZ ATHLETICS KING/CHAVEZ COMM. HIGH SCHOOL KING/CHAVEZ PREP. KING/CHAVEZ PRIMARY KIPP ADELANTE LEARNING CHOICE MAGNOLIA MAGNOLIA #2 MCGILL ACADEMY MEMORIAL ACADEMY MUSEUM SCHOOL NUBIA O'FARRELL PREUSS PROMISE S.D. COOPERATIVE S.D. GLOBAL VISION TUBMAN VILLAGE URBAN DISCOVERY CHARTER SCHOOL TOTAL

339 316 357 599 276 N/A 138 447 144 303 908 754 190 373 N/A 262 94 14,098

347 351 373 569 329 N/A 129 N/A 161 301 847 819 191 382 N/A 254 196 14,252

361 342 371 651 309 8 155 N/A 170 259 947 817 235 430 94 276 255 15,423

513

469

405

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ATYPICAL/ALT

08-09 09-10

10-11

ATYPICAL/ALT

08-09 09-10

10-11

A.L.B.A. DEL SOL EARLY MIDDLE COLLEGE GARFIELD HS GARFIELD ORACLE HOME HOSP INSTRUCTION iHIGH LCI INSTRUCTION MARCY MET SCHOOL

64 41 43

35 40 88

33 35 115

334 110 63

316 92 66

291 64 54

N/A 249 N/A 185

40 98 48 198

51 175 71 205

MT EVEREST MUIR NEW DAWN HS NPS RILEY TRACE TRACE/SRS TWAIN UNIFIED DAY WHITTIER ATYPICAL/ALT. TOTAL

267 340 45 N/A 69 669 48 383 N/A 22 2,932

149 391 47 N/A 44 661 38 339 35 25 2,823

187 382 46 235 60 671 39 326 29 21 3,017

Total Enrollment TOTAL ENROLLMENT

08-09

09-10

10-11

132,698

132,000

132,390

Six Year Enrollment Comparison by Grade Level, All Schools Official Fall Enrollment, 2006-07 to 2010-11, and Forecast 2011-12

K

2006-07 Actual 10,107

2007-08 Actual 10,051

2008-09 Actual 10,531

2009-10 Actual 10,576

2010-11 Actual 10,875

2011-12 Forecast 10,778

1

10,349

10,223

10,211

10,543

10,482

10,849

2

9,426

9,872

9,871

9,774

10,260

10,117

3

9,771

9,189

9,748

9,697

9,683

10,113

4

9,562

9,576

9,072

9,499

9,559

9,506

5

9,748

9,429

9,516

9,084

9,498

9,575

6

9,652

9,511

9,341

9,496

9,124

9,414

7

9,716

9,467

9,496

9,402

9,454

9,089

8

9,543

9,514

9,404

9,425

9,361

9,352

9

11,186

10,878

10,538

10,641

10,589

10,617

10

9,156

9,455

9,498

9,624

9,478

9,497

11

7,551

7,701

7,995

8,252

8,255

8,184

12

6,597

7,102

7,232

7,700

7,866

7,935

Other/Sp.Ed.

8,863

9,525

9,591

7,659

7,256

7,256

Total K-12

131,227

131,493

132,044

131,372

131,740

132,282

Infant/Pre-formal

588

616

654

628

650

650

DISTRICT TOTAL

131,815

132,109

132,698

132,000

132,390

132,932

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Mission, Vision & Priorities |

Artwork by: Thanh Trinh, Mira Mesa High School Senior

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Mission, Vision & Priorities | Mission & Vision

MISSION & VISION Mission Statement All San Diego students will graduate with the skills, motivation, curiosity and resilience to succeed in their choice of college and career in order to lead and participate in the society of tomorrow.

Vision San Diego Unified School District provides an education to more than 117,000 non-charter students from pre-school to high school at more than 180 schools throughout the City of San Diego. In 2009, the Board of Education adopted the Vision 2020 for Student Success. This Vision outlines five areas that are critical to give the third graders of 2011 the opportunity for future success as the graduating Class of 2020, and mirrors the needs of all students. Vision 2020 provides a broad outline for district goals to create quality schools in every neighborhood in the following areas:

• Focus on Student Achievement • Schools as Neighborhood Learning Centers • Parents and Volunteers Engaged with Learning • Effective Teachers in Active Learning Communities • Supportive District Leadership

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE FOR ALL To advance student achievement goals, Vision 2020 calls for the district to implement clear measures of success that go beyond standardized achievement scores. These measures are being coordinated in a full K-12 continuum, connecting curriculum through the elementary, middle and high schools in one cluster feeder pattern. The following Vision 2020 goals have been set to boost achievement levels for all and reduce the achievement gap:

• Meaningful Graduation: All students will graduate as productive citizens with the skills and knowledge necessary for academic and occupational success.

• Individualized Instruction: Each student will have an individualized learning plan and will be evaluated based upon progress according to the plan. Students will be allowed to progress through the system at an accelerated or individual pace and graduate when all requirements have been fulfilled.

• Access to Technology: Students will have access to the latest technology, at school or home, and will be proficient in its use. Students, their parents and teachers will be able to monitor individual student performance continuously.

• Annual Growth: Every student will meet the district’s performance expectations, make at least one year’s

progress each year and graduate on time prepared for success academically, socially, physically and ethically.

• Broad Curriculum: Instruction will include a blend of rigorous college preparatory and career/technical

courses to assure a student’s readiness for a full range of post-graduation choices. Students will be critical and creative thinkers with a strong foundation in English language arts, math, science, social studies, and the creative arts with the ability to communicate in two languages. All students will have access to A-G collegebound courses.

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Mission, Vision & Priorities | Student Achievement Gains

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT GAINS San Diego Unified has made consistent gains over the last five years in student achievement overall. These gains have been the result of focused leadership at school sites in the midst of budget reductions. Overall student achievement in the district has climbed significantly since 2002 as shown in this chart.

Another important part of the student achievement story at San Diego Unified is only revealed when the achievement gains of individual schools are examined. By the 2009-10 school year, San Diego Unified had 86 schools with an Academic Performance Index (API) of 800 or above, an increase of 27 schools from the level in 2007. And the story for API 900+ schools and Title I schools are similar as shown below:

07/08

08/09

09/10

Number of Schools with an API Score of 900+

13

20

22

Number of Schools with an API Score of 800+

31

47

59

There are many schools in the district that have an economically disadvantaged student population, students of color and English Language Learners (ELL) that have also achieved significant gains in achievement.

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Mission, Vision & Priorities | Community-Based School Reform Model

COMMUNITY-BASED SCHOOL REFORM MODEL The San Diego Unified School District is committed to a community-based school reform model to elevate all schools within the district to higher levels of student achievement. The community-based reform model is based on proven research based strategies including those highlighted in the book “It’s Being Done” by Karen Chenoweth. This model empowers teachers, students and parents within a cluster community to improve student achievement. The premise of the community-based model is that true school reform can only be successful if built on a solid foundation across grade levels and collaboration between schools and through active parent engagement in the learning process.

VISION 2020 FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE To implement the Board adopted Vision 2020 for Educational Excellence; the Community-based School Reform Model incorporates learning resources from national and global knowledge bases to deliver a balance of both academic and social learning. This approach helps students gain the academic confidence to take ownership for their education and puts them on the path to lifelong success. The neighborhood schools cluster model coordinates the efforts of all schools to work with students at each grade level to achieve success.

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Mission, Vision & Priorities | Professional Learning Communities

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES Teachers are encouraged to be leaders in grade level and school wide Professional Learning Communities. These professional learning communities allow teachers to work together to engage in collaborative discussion to set rigorous standards and develop common assessments that measure student progress. Teachers will be involved in continuous opportunities for collaboration and assessment that is part of an ongoing cycle of continuous improvement.

DATA DRIVEN INSTRUCTION Data Director, the student achievement database, provides teachers with access to individual student data on which to base their decisions on instructional strategies and refinements. Student achievement results are used to inform teachers how best to refine and improve student learning on a daily basis. Within professional learning communities, teachers and administrators continuously review results. This analysis is critical to increasing student achievement and closing the achievement gap.

PARENT ENGAGEMENT Parent engagement and active involvement in our schools along with parental support of the learning process, both at school and at home, is critical to increasing overall student achievement. The district is committed to providing our communities with welcoming, family-friendly schools and supporting parents in actively participating in their child’s learning at every grade. To accomplish this goal, the district offers parent engagement and learning programs to help parents develop the skills they need to work effectively with their children on the learning process at home.

GOALS FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT The Board of Education has identified an overarching goal for student achievement: All students will be critical thinkers, able to integrate and apply their knowledge, skills and interests. Accordingly, all students will achieve their full academic potential, as measured by a broad performance index of success, minimally achieving one academic year’s gain each year. All schools will achieve their academic potential by gaining one year’s growth.

A QUALITY SCHOOL IN EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD The Board of Education has established the goal of creating a quality school in every neighborhood throughout the district within five years. For the last two decades, San Diego Unified has attempted to provide equity and equal access to education by creating magnet schools, school choice and access to bus transportation to move students from their neighborhoods to schools throughout the district. As a result, the district has seen disappointing academic results for its economically disadvantaged and students of color. In addition, the district now has a disconnected system of neighborhood schools and themed schools served by an expensive transportation system. As part of Vision 2020 and in response to community input, the Board of Education has challenged the district to create a new strategic goal: all neighborhood schools will offer quality education and the need for busing students to schools outside their neighborhood will be reduced.

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Mission, Vision & Priorities | A Quality School in Every Neighborhood

The fundamental purpose of creating quality schools is to move the district and schools out of the Program Improvement status. To move this process forward, it must be recognized that every school is unique in its culture, its student characteristics and in its location and physical elements. What is not unique is the moral imperative we share to offer equity and equal access to the elements of a quality education for all children. There are many models in educational literature about what makes a quality schools. Most of these models are consistent and most share the elements shown in this graphic:

The graphic above depicts a quality school as a wheel encompassed by 12 indicators. The center of the wheel identifies four key indicators that must be present to boost student achievement. The outer wheel are eight additional indicators that support the work of the inner wheel and which also must be present for a school to attain the highest levels of achievement for its students. The work of creating quality schools will begin during the summer of 2011 and will be a five-year process that involves both internal and external stakeholders. This strategic process will be practical, doable, achievable, affordable, sustainable, sequenced and necessary and will result in a Quality School in every neighborhood.

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The Budget


The Budget | Assumptions and Priorities

ASSUMPTIONS AND PRIORITIES A Message from the Chief Financial Officer and the Director of Budget Development: The 2011-12 Budget establishes the Superintendent’s recommended allocations and spending priorities for the coming fiscal year. Upon adoption by the Board of Education, this Budget represents the District’s financial operating plan for the 2011-12 fiscal year. The information describing the District’s financial condition is based on 2010-11 estimated ending balances and 2011-12 revenue and expenditure projections. General Fund revenue assumptions at the time of adoption were based on a “flat funding” state budget. Conservative expenditure assumptions are necessary to guard the District’s fiscal solvency and to insure the capacity to engage in the short-term borrowing in the financial markets, due primarily to state deferrals. The District has thirteen (13) Funds:

• One Operating Fund, the General Fund • Six Special Revenue Funds • Four Capital Projects Funds • One Debt Service Fund • One Proprietary (Self-Insurance) Fund All Funds in the 2011-12 Budget are balanced. The General Fund, the District's largest fund, covers the operating costs of the District's educational programs. The Budget anticipates the following levels of 2011-12 General Fund revenues and expenditures for regular and specially funded programs:

General Fund Amount (in millions)

Amount (in millions)

Income: Revenues

$

1,040

Transfers In

$

8

Total Income

$

1,048

Expenditures: Expenses

$

1,086

Transfers Out

$

7

Total Expenditures

$

1,093

Net Income/(Deficit)

$

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Estimated Beginning Balance:

$

117

Net Income:

$

(46)

Projected Ending Fund Balance

$

72

Designated Balances / Required Reserves

$

30

Reserve Surplus

$

41

(46)

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The Budget | Assumptions and Priorities

Factors Included in the 2011-12 Budget The decline of state revenues resulting from the lingering effects of a national and state recession continues to plague California K-12 funding. All major economic indicators suggest that the state’s budget situation continues to improve at slower than anticipated rates. In addition, anticipated funding from the federal government has been reduced from prior years. Title I funding is anticipated to decrease by 5 to 10 percent and Title II by nearly 20 percent. Federal Funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) have all been received and must be expended completely by September 30, 2011. On June 30, 2011, the Governor signed the new state budget replete with many trailer bills. In fact, many of the trailer bills were enacted prior to the ratification of the final state budget. AB114 represents the most significant budget bill of the State Budget Act. AB114 requires that school districts budget their 2011-12 state revenue limit revenues at 2010-11 levels, dictates that school districts “maintain” programmatic and staffing levels, and reduces the role of county offices of education as established by AB1200 by requiring a current year focus as opposed to a multi-year focus upon reviewing district budgets. Notably, the state budget also increased the level of cash deferrals so that nearly 40 percent of all state funding, to which the District is entitled, is deferred into the following fiscal year, 2012-13. The Governor’s signing statement provided clarification to some of the language in AB114. The state budget is predicated on, admittedly, optimistic revenue projections. The state has estimated tax and other receipts $4 billion greater than previous estimates. AB121 provides specific language that would “trigger” mid-year reductions if these aggressive revenue estimates are not achieved by the state. No later than December 15, 2011, the state’s Director of Finance will forecast General Fund revenues for 2011-12. School districts are spared reductions unless revenues are short by $2 to $4 billion. If that scenario materializes, K-12 schools face an estimated 4 percent revenue limit funding reduction in 2011-12 and are permitted (by AB114) to reduce the school year by an additional seven instructional days to help offset the impact. Of course, a school year reduction half way through the year presents some significant challenges of its own. If mid-year cuts are triggered and implemented, and if no offsetting savings are realized, the District will face significant reductions—approaching $100 million in order to balance its’ 2012-13 budget. Typically, ongoing revenue sources must cover the cost increases in areas such as salary schedule step and column movement of employees, health and welfare benefits, fuel, utilities, contractual requirements, inflation and any new initiatives. The reduction in overall revenues, the impact of cash deferrals, along with the District’s anticipated general fund deficit spending, does not allow for the District to fully fund its priorities and has required significant reductions in its educational programs. District enrollment forecasts used for budget allocations are expected to decline by approximately 0.4 percent when compared to 2010-11 enrollment numbers. Revenue Limit funding decreased by approximately $2 million as a result of this projected decrease. Attendance incentives continue in 2011-12 and have helped to mitigate the loss in Average Daily Attendance.

Mandated Reimbursement The State Budget Act includes $80.4 million for claims in 2011-12. This represents a reduction in comparison to 2010-11. School districts are advised not to budget for any mandate revenues until they actually receive them as the eligible mandate schedule has not yet been published. Mandate reimbursement is not determined on a per-ADA basis.

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The Budget | Assumptions and Priorities

Restricted Resources Categorical resources for 2011-12 do not receive any budgeted COLA. The state passed trailer bills to extend Tier III flexibility through 2014-15. Categorical programs are grouped into tiers:

• Tier I – No Reduction, No Flexibility • Tier II – Funding Reduction, No Flexibility • Tier III – Funding Reduction and Flexibility award to use as unrestricted funds for any educational purpose. Forty-two programs became unrestricted funds in fiscal years 2008-09 through 2014-15.

The 2011-12 Budget continues to provide for the following flexibility:

• K-3 Class Size Reduction (CSR) relaxed penalties • Textbook Adoption timelines for state approved instructional textbooks have been extended • Routine Regular Maintenance requirements are reduced to 1 percent of total expenditures and the state’s matching funds are part of Tier III flexibility

• Permits school districts to shorten the school year by five instructional days and an additional seven days if mid-year reduction “triggers” are implemented

• The use of one-time funds from the sale of surplus property for any educational purpose has been extended through January 1, 2014

Federal Resources Regular federal education funding has been significantly decreased from 2010-11. The Title I, Part A budget, will provide approximately $44 million annually to the District in 2011-12, compared to approximately $50 million in 2010-11. In 2010-11, the District received $21.4 million of additional Federal Stimulus one-time funding. For 2011-12, there are no assumptions in the budget to receive additional Stimulus funding. There are also several Federal funded grants that are set to expire. Overall, the District is estimating to receive over $57 million less in Federal funding in 2011-12. Reductions in the federal budget will adversely impact many of our most at-risk students.

Revenue Limits The revenue limit continues to be adjusted by a deficit factor of 19.754 percent. In 2011-12 the District will receive an additional increase of $19 per ADA to correct for a calculation error by the state in negating the 2011-12 COLA. A fully funded revenue limit per ADA is $6,517. The deficited 2011-12 base revenue limit, the District’s largest single funding source, will be $5,230 per unit of ADA. That is, the District will not realize $140 million of funding in 201112 due to the State's fiscal crisis. Funded COLAs are projected and budgeted for 2012-13 and 2013-14.

Beginning Balances The 2011-12 General Fund estimated beginning balance equals the ending balance of the 2010-11 fiscal year. When the District closes its fiscal year accounting records on June 30 the General Fund ending balance becomes the beginning balance for the next fiscal year. This figure is projected at $96.67 million in 2010-11. The majority of the ending balance is committed to specific purposes: $22.93 million is set aside for Economic Uncertainties, $20.08 million is Restricted Grant Carryover and $2.58 million is limited to statute or District policy. 2011-12 Budget Overview

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The Budget | Assumptions and Priorities

The District’s Budget and Finance Policy requires an adequate ending balance be maintained. This is of crucial importance to the District’s credit rating, which impacts the interest rate we must pay on debt instruments such as Tax Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANs) and General Obligation Bonds (GO Bonds). By law, the District is required to maintain a 2 percent Reserve for Economic Uncertainties. The 2011-12 Budget includes approximately $115 million in reductions previously approved by the Board of Education, comprised of reductions in General Fund unrestricted and “Tier III Categorical” resources which are now treated as unrestricted resources. The Budget assumes continuation of most 2010-11 programs. There have been significant reductions to many Central Office Provided Support Services such as GATE, Community Relations, Physical Education and Health Services, Student Services including nursing and counseling, Technology, and Supplemental Academic Support. The OCILE program has also been suspended until the budget crisis passes. The Budget also includes an assumption of a five-day furlough for all employee groups. The five-day furlough will continue for the 2011-12 fiscal year, to be reinstated in 2012-13. The Budget fully funds the statutory 2 percent Reserve for Economic Uncertainties.

Short Term Fiscal Issues • Collective Bargaining: All collective bargaining agreements have been settled. The new contracts will expire

on June 30, 2013. These contracts agree to a five-day furlough, increased co-pay for health and welfare from $5 to $10, elimination of dual-spouse health and welfare benefit coverage, dependent healthcare coverage audit, and $100 monthly payments for those employee’s spouses who accept cash payment to forego accepting benefits by their employer. In return, employees will receive a salary increase of 2 percent on June 1, 2012, 2 percent on Jan 1, 2013 and 3 percent on June 30, 2013. State law mandates that the District calculates the ongoing cost of all collective bargaining agreements, and demonstrate to the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) that it can absorb these costs and still maintain a positive ending balance for the budget year and two subsequent years.

• Textbook Needs: Adoptions are postponed in 2011-12 and 2012-13. • School Bus Replacement: The District school bus fleet is aging. Maintenance costs have increased annually. Over 300 buses are over nine years old and should be replaced. The annual allocation of $1 million from the General Fund to the Pupil Bus Replacement Funds were cut from the Budget in 2011-12 and 2012-13 to address the budget shortfall in the General Fund. The District anticipates using limited capital funds for these critical purchases.

• Routine Restricted Maintenance: Flexibility in the Budget continues to allow districts to reduce the required contributions into routine restricted maintenance accounts from 3 percent of General Fund expenditures to 1 percent through 2014-15. Ongoing major repair will be funded from diminishing Capital Funds.

• Deferred Maintenance: The State Budget Act continues to provide the same funding level for the state portion of the deferred maintenance program as 2010-11. The funding may be used for any educational purpose and school agencies are not required to match the funding level due to the flexibility provided through 2014-15.

• Lottery Funds: The projections for the 2011-12 fiscal year are estimated at the same level. Based on this estimate, the rates are $111 per annual ADA for unrestricted funding and $17.50 per annual ADA for Proposition 20 restricted funding.

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The Budget | Assumptions and Priorities

Long Term Fiscal Issues • The economic outlook of the state continues to be bleak. Sources have projected continued decline in state

revenues for K-12 education in fiscal years 2011-12 and 2012-13. If the state cannot balance its books through increased revenue, the District will face additional budget reductions in the coming years. The Budget deficits in fiscal years 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11 have devastated K-12 education in California.

• State categorical programs, including special education, are underfunded and the situation was exacerbated by the cuts in 2008-09 and 2009-10. o The categorical flexibility provisions will expire in 2014-15. The future use of resources that have become unrestricted in 2009-10 is unknown at this time. Backfilling the hole when the flexibility expires will be a significant challenge for the District in fiscal year 2015-16. o The Special Education program is underfunded. The District Budget includes $120 million of unrestricted resources and over $2 million of other categorical resources to augment Special Education revenues received from both the state and federal governments to provide the required services to students with special needs.

• Employee raises will become effective in 2012-13 at the same time the majority of our flexibility is eliminated. In addition, the 3 percent raise exceeds what the forecasted COLA of 3.20 percent in fiscal year 2012-13 can cover when including the other growing costs in the district.

• Health and welfare benefit costs also continue to grow faster than the COLA. In 2011-12 this is an added challenge since the COLA is unfunded and the revenue limit is reduced by the 19.754 percent.

• Cost of textbooks and other instructional supplies continue to increase. • Fuel and utilities costs continue to rise. The final 2011-12 Budget is balanced. However, the 2012-13 and 2013-14 Budgets indicate negative ending balances. In order to balance the 2012-13 negative balances the District needs to implement $55 million of reductions. For 2013-14 the District will be required to reduce another $65 million of programs. These figures assume that all cuts will be ongoing in nature. If one-time solutions are implemented, further reductions will be required in the outyears in order to resolve the negative balances. This structural problem in the District must be addressed to keep the District in sound financial condition. While we remain hopeful for better years ahead, the District presents a 2011-12 Budget that is balanced and one that maintains the integrity of our core programs. Sincerely, Ron Little

Chief Financial Officer Ami Shackelford

Director of Budget Development

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The Budget | State's Annual Budget Process

STATE'S ANNUAL BUDGET PROCESS

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DISTRICT'S ANNUAL BUDGET PROCESS

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The Budget | District Budget Development Process

DISTRICT BUDGET DEVELOPMENT PROCESS The District-wide budget development process is a collaborative process involving many stakeholders including school personnel, School Site Councils (SSCs), English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC), Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC), District Advisory Committee (DAC), District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC), Finance, the Chief Financial Officer, the Superintendent and the Board of Education. The budget reflects the labor and material resources required to fulfill the goals and objectives outlined by the Board. The budget serves as an operational plan, stated in financial terms, for carrying out the goals of the school system.

expenditures that it has made to its budget to reflect the funding made available by that Budget Act.

The budget preparation process begins each year in September and continues through June with the adoption of the budget by the Board of Education. During this time period, the Budget Development department works with the demographer and with school and program administrators to determine enrollment projections and anticipated programmatic changes. The chart below provides the budget process timeline.

Schools

Training and Distribution of Budget Materials During January and February, the Budget Development department conducts training classes for schools and central office unit staff on utilizing the Site Based Budgeting tool (SBB). The department also reviews training manuals and a budget calendar outlining the entire budget process with area superintendents, principals and central office managers.

The development of a school budget is a critical component of the District-wide process. A school’s budget is often driven by allocation formulae, contractual obligations, District-wide policies and procedures, and school-based initiatives. The process was modified this year to a student based budgeting approach commonly referred to as the X-Factor allocation.

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A team comprised of operational, academic and financial experts developed a model that was tailored to the essential needs of each school type. A weighted allocation ratio was derived as a result of this study. Schools were each allocated teachers based on current class sizes and a principal. The remaining funds available for school site discretionary spending was divided by the total enrollment to calculate a per pupil (or X Factor) amount which was than multiplied against the weighted allocation ratio. School administrators had the autonomy to allocate these funds to the appropriate personnel and non-personnel to meet their individual school needs.

On or before July 1 of each year, Education Code Section 42127 requires the District to accomplish the following: Hold a public hearing on the budget to be adopted for the subsequent fiscal year. The budget to be adopted shall be prepared in accordance with Section 42126. The agenda for that hearing shall be posted at least 72 hours prior to the public hearing and shall include the location where the budget will be available for public inspection. Adopt a budget. Not later than five days after that adoption or by July 1, whichever occurs first, the governing board shall file that budget with the County Superintendent of Schools. That budget and supporting data shall be made available for public review.

The school administrator also works with their School Site Council (SSC) in making decisions regarding staffing and resource allocations for the following year. The principal, SSC and area superintendent must approve the budget before it is returned to the Budget Operations department. The budget, as well as a single plan for student achievement (SPSA), is reviewed by the Monitoring and Accountability Reporting (MAR) Department. This department is composed of certificated staff that ensures sound instructional

Not later than 45 days after the Governor signs the annual Budget Act, the District shall make available for public review any revisions in revenues and

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The Budget | Budget & Accounting Methods

plans. The budget is then reviewed and approved by the Board of Education Adjustments are made in October once actual enrollments are known.

agreed upon additions or deletions of programs or initiatives. Once finalized, the District’s budgets are summarized and submitted to the Superintendent for review. Final recommendations are incorporated into a proposed budget that is forwarded to the Board for review and approval.

Central Office Central office departments are given a specific budget allocation amount. The amount incorporates any

BUDGET & ACCOUNTING METHODS By state law, the District’s Governing Board must approve a budget no later than July 1, using the Single Adoption Budget process. A public hearing must be conducted to receive comments prior to adoption. Budgets for all governmental funds are adopted on a basis consistent with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP.) Once the Board of Education adopts the budget, it becomes the fiscal management tool for administering and controlling expenditures throughout the organization. These budgets are revised by the District’s Governing Board during the year to give consideration to unanticipated income and expenditures.

Financial training is conducted annually for principals, vice principals, site financial staff and central office staff. This training includes SBB development, accurate account coding, funding restrictions and flexibility, budget reports and other budget monitoring tools.

Budget management is the process of establishing and maintaining the necessary controls to ensure that expenditures do not exceed the authorized amounts and that the expenditures are for the intended purpose, proper and legal.

Budgetary controls over payroll transactions

Controlling and monitoring expenditures There are controls within the District’s Financial System (PeopleSoft) to prevent overspending. The Financial Planning staff also routinely monitors budget balances and work with their assigned cost center managers when problems are noted.

The District’s position control system prevents overstaffing. There is also a separation of authority over positions and people. The Budget Development department has the authority to add and delete positions. The Human Resource Division has the authority to fill vacant authorized positions or move people into positions. Personnel Action Requests (PARs) approved by the cost center manager are required for each of these transactions.

The budget is divided into cost centers for each school and department. Each cost center is assigned to a manager. The adopted budget is allocated to schools and departments in accordance with programmatic needs and allocation formulae. Decisions on how to allocate funds to expenditure types are made by school sites or departments. Effective budgetary control requires that managers be held accountable for the funds allocated to their cost centers.

Encumbrance controls An encumbrance is an obligation in the form of purchase orders, contracts or salary commitments chargeable to an appropriation. The purpose for the encumbrance of funds is to insure that obligations are recognized when commitments are incurred. This process prevents the inadvertent overspending of the budget. The District’s financial system uses the method of pre-encumbrance (Requisitions) and

Budget Methods The overall management of the District’s budget is accomplished using several methods. The key methods are as follows: Training on budget management and financial controls

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The Budget | Budget & Accounting Methods

Program categories describe the activity for which a service or material is acquired. The basic program categories are instruction, instruction–related services, pupil services, ancillary services, community services, enterprise, general administration, plant services, and other outgo and debt service.

encumbrance (Purchase Orders and Payroll) to reserve committed funds. Budget transfer controls A budget transfer form is completed and submitted by a school or department to a Budget Operations staff member for approval prior to a transfer being processed.

Basis of accounting

All budget amendments to increase or decrease revenue, transfers within or between major accounts and functions for all funds are reported to the Board of Education (BOE) on a monthly basis.

The accounts are maintained using the modified accrual basis. Under the modified accrual basis of accounting, revenue is recorded as soon as it is both measurable and available, therefore, represent resources which may be appropriated. Expenditures are recognized when the related liability is incurred.

Summary and detail budget status

Deferred revenue

Managers are provided a budget status report on a weekly basis. Budget status for each activity code is available online in PeopleSoft for easy reference real time.

Cash received for federal, state and local special projects and programs is recognized as revenue to the extent that qualified expenditures have been incurred. Deferred revenue is recorded to the extent cash received on specific projects and programs exceed qualified expenditures.

Budget amendments

Accounting Methods

Fund balance reservations and designations

Cash receipts and recording of revenue Financial controls on the receipt of cash are maintained, including the separation of duties. Cash receipts are recorded as revenue and appropriated upon receipt as appropriate.

Reservations of the ending fund balance indicate the portions of the fund balance not appropriable for expenditure. Designations of the ending fund balance indicate tentative plans for financial resource utilization in a future period.

Fund accounting

Estimates

The financial activities of the District are organized on the basis of funds. Each fund is considered a separate accounting entity.

The preparation of budget and financial statements in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the amounts reported in the budget and financial statements. Actual results may differ from those estimates.

Program reporting Revenues and expenditures are reported by fund and program (sometimes known as functions) categories.

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The Budget | Budget by Major Expenditure

BUDGET BY MAJOR EXPENDITURE 2011-12 Total General Fund All Resources Classified Salaries 16% Employee Benefits 26%

Books & Supplies 4% Services & Other Operating 6%

Certificated Salaries 46% Other Outgo 1%

Capital 1%

2011-12 General Fund Unrestricted Resources Classified Salaries 13%

Employee Benefits 27%

Books & Supplies 2% Services & Other Operating 6%

Certificated Salaries 52% Other Outgo 0%

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Capital 0%

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The Budget | Budget by Major Expenditure

2011-12 General Fund Restricted Resources Classified Salaries 22% Employee Benefits 26%

Books & Supplies 8% Services & Other Operating 4% Certificated Salaries 37%

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Other Outgo 1%

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Capital 2%

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The Budget | One Page Budget Summary-All Funds

ONE PAGE BUDGET SUMMARY-ALL FUNDS Total Revenue, Transfers In, Other Sources and Beginning Balances

General Fund

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

Dollar

Percent

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

Change

Change

$

1,240,466,721

$

1,165,070,051

$

$

129,421,229

$

130,612,120

$

(75,396,670)

-6.08%

Capital Funds Bond Interest and Redemption Fund Building Fund

275,519,955

Capital Facilities Fund County School Facilities Fund Deferred Maintenance Fund Redevelopment Agency Fund Total of Capital Funds

1,190,891

0.92%

306,639,482

31,119,527

11.29% -59.44%

30,662,281

12,436,711

(18,225,570)

209,887,418

190,037,285

(19,850,133)

-9.46%

5,085,381

5,401

(5,079,980)

-99.89%

32,548,639 $

30,388,734

683,124,902

$

2,897,997

$

(2,159,905)

-6.64%

670,119,733

$

(13,005,169)

-1.90%

912,979

$

(1,985,018)

-68.50%

Other Funds Adult Education Fund

$

Cafeteria Special Revenue

60,369,833

61,408,728

1,038,895

1.72%

Child Development Fund

33,366,682

26,634,718

(6,731,964)

-20.18%

Post Employment Benefits Fund

1,868,858

1,836,181

(32,677)

-1.75%

Pupil Transportation Equipment

3,194,830

81,230

(3,113,600)

-97.46%

83,407,028

83,360,400

(46,628)

-0.06%

(125,798)

-100.00%

Self Insurance Fund Special Reserve for Other than Capital Outlay Projects

125,798

-

Total of Other Funds

$

185,231,026

$

174,234,236

$

(10,996,790)

-5.94%

Grand Total of ALL Funds

$

2,108,822,649

$

2,009,424,020

$

(99,398,629)

-4.71%

Total Expenses, Transfers Out and Other Uses

General Fund

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

Dollar

Percent

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

Change

Change

$

1,123,193,555

$

1,093,490,155

$

$

102,922,242

$

106,567,417

$

(29,703,400)

-2.64%

Capital Funds Bond Interest and Redemption Fund

3,645,175

3.54%

110,280,474

170,088,708

59,808,234

54.23%

Capital Facilities Fund

24,693,129

12,436,711

(12,256,418)

-49.63%

County School Facilities Fund

33,849,590

28,596,770

(5,252,820)

-15.52%

Deferred Maintenance Fund

5,080,000

(5,080,000)

-100.00%

Building Fund

Redevelopment Agency Fund Total of Capital Funds

-

14,927,305 $

18,206,244

291,752,740

$

2,718,018

$

3,278,939

21.97%

335,895,850

$

44,143,111

15.13%

759,116

$

(1,958,902)

-72.07%

Other Funds Adult Education Fund

$

Cafeteria Special Revenue

54,913,392

55,952,286

1,038,894

Child Development Fund

32,649,675

25,917,711

(6,731,964)

Post Employment Benefits Fund

595,425

595,425

Pupil Transportation Equipment

3,114,125

525

23,361,604

30,517,854

Self Insurance Fund Special Reserve for Other than Capital Outlay Projects

-

0.00%

(3,113,600)

-99.98%

7,156,250

30.63%

(125,798)

-100.00%

Total of Other Funds

$

117,478,036

$

113,742,917

$

(3,735,119)

-3.18%

Grand Total of ALL Funds

$

1,532,424,331

$

1,543,128,922

$

10,704,591

0.70%

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125,798

-

1.89% -20.62%

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The Budget | Revenue & Expenditures by Account All Funds

REVENUE & EXPENDITURES BY ACCOUNT ALL FUNDS Revenue by Account Five-Year Historical Comparison, All Funds Excluding Charters ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance

$

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

709,729,430 $

628,966,960 $

719,406,129 $

496,719,222 $

576,398,314

Revenue Limit

646,338,259

637,269,160

556,863,340

586,267,760

591,448,862

Federal Revenue

144,958,698

201,235,139

187,124,951

223,271,558

157,734,770

Other State Revenue

379,055,113

326,449,066

334,251,445

362,033,523

328,935,038

Other Local Revenue

287,078,663

249,811,710

215,721,660

205,489,767

197,001,684

63,288,509

40,767,201

38,800,881

26,895,900

16,004,913

737,639

169,997,581

500,000

208,144,919

141,900,438

Transfers In Other Sources Contributions Total

$

2,231,186,311 $

1 2,254,496,818 $

-

-

2,052,668,406 $

2,108,822,649 $

2,009,424,020

Expenditures by Account Five-Year Historical Comparison, All Funds Excluding Charters ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Certificated Salaries

$

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

579,004,810 $

584,758,538 $

546,637,864 $

540,573,225 $

516,330,771

Classified Salaries

244,633,042

239,843,786

231,957,665

235,283,702

218,793,733

Employee Benefits

276,538,614

270,747,054

283,706,873

299,155,218

311,658,144

Books & Supplies Services & Other Operating Capital Outlay

94,408,312

96,043,706

76,977,389

74,838,843

71,845,237

198,187,046

172,239,463

171,519,637

149,503,690

149,746,529

48,606,346

41,887,205

139,102,007

98,374,756

151,032,178

Other Outgo

161,701,863

138,625,991

140,467,901

134,694,896

123,722,330

Reserves

592,473,164

679,179,092

436,290,088

85,885,424

258,335,988

Total

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2,195,553,197 $

2,223,324,835 $

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2,026,659,424 $

1,618,309,755 $

1,801,464,910

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The Budget | Revenue & Expenditures by Account All Funds

All Budgeted Funds Positions Five-Year Historical Comparison

Board Members

2007 - 08

2008 - 09

2009 - 10

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

BUDGETED

BUDGETED

BUDGETED

BUDGETED

BUDGETED

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Bus Drivers

423.31

421.31

406.81

376.05

305.75

Central Office Clerical

421.53

370.31

338.18

374.34

298.99

Central Office Management

173.24

158.85

146.00

158.60

132.17

Central Office Resource Teachers

157.29

122.85

110.25

70.65

66.75

97.67

98.35

88.75

89.00

84.25

Central Office Technical/Professional

415.00

376.11

346.79

399.20

388.70

Child Development Center Personnel

47.06

48.06

44.07

40.10

41.75

Child Development Center Teachers

201.30

218.80

205.30

195.75

163.00

Central Office Supervisor

Classroom Teachers

5,589.80

5,547.89

4,968.74

5,072.47

5,020.29

Counseling/Guidance

344.43

311.86

289.40

289.19

213.43

Custodial

623.50

611.50

596.50

599.50

589.50

Food Services Personnel

613.78

627.79

638.44

626.53

668.66

Landscapers

119.00

121.00

111.00

109.00

101.00

30.42

27.28

29.50

26.21

12.10

Maintenance

409.00

390.00

367.00

370.00

366.00

Nurse

161.79

165.23

148.73

146.95

120.70

Librarian

Operations Paraeducators School Police Site Clerical Site Literacy/Project Resource Teachers Site Principal/Other Admin Site Supervisor/Manager Site Technical/Professional Site Vice Principals

66.75

61.75

53.75

60.88

61.88

816.14

803.83

722.18

733.47

584.15

82.00

81.00

80.00

68.00

75.00

696.72

638.08

594.99

598.41

502.97

78.85

83.38

68.44

69.96

49.91

204.52

199.00

193.53

177.00

178.00

36.55

38.35

29.70

21.20

20.69

114.68

105.21

199.11

154.89

121.04

128.20

125.30

88.50

121.60

92.00

1,390.55

1,284.87

1,229.96

1,186.68

1,170.46

Special Ed. Pathologist/Psychologist

342.86

344.86

336.95

337.75

328.01

Special Ed. Resource Teacher/Specialist

361.07

166.22

43.76

109.40

71.20

Special Ed. Teachers

814.20

948.30

1,039.35

944.33

937.20

76.22

76.03

78.03

79.72

77.90

15,042.43

14,578.37

13,598.71

13,611.83

12,848.44

Special Ed. Assistant

Special Ed. Technical/Professional Total

*Data reflects Monthly Full Time Equivalent Positions (FTE’s); does not include Hourly positions

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The Budget | Revenue & Expenditures by Account All Funds

General Fund Positions Three-Year Historical Comparison

Board Members

2009 - 10

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

BUDGETED

BUDGETED

BUDGETED

5.00

5.00

5.00

Bus Drivers

406.81

376.05

305.75

Central Office Clerical

309.99

326.66

264.08

Central Office Management

135.69

121.39

106.37

Central Office Resource Teachers

110.25

68.65

65.75

75.05

72.00

69.25

268.34

342.15

312.25

Central Office Supervisor Central Office Technical/Professional Child Development Center Personnel

0.44

-

-

Child Development Center Teachers

10.75

10.25

5.00

4,964.54

5,066.72

5,017.29

Counseling/Guidance

283.60

283.45

212.43

Custodial

570.50

547.00

519.00

Classroom Teachers

Food Services Personnel

-

4.38

-

Landscapers

32.00

37.00

23.00

Librarian

29.50

26.21

12.10

Maintenance

355.00

353.00

340.00

Nurse

143.58

143.80

119.55

51.75

58.00

56.00

446.35

456.82

335.58

Operations Paraeducators School Police Site Clerical Site Literacy/Project Resource Teachers Site Principal/Other Admin Site Supervisor/Manager Site Technical/Professional Site Vice Principals Special Ed. Assistant Special Ed. Pathologist/Psychologist Special Ed. Resource Teacher/Specialist Special Ed. Teachers Special Ed. Technical/Professional Total

80.00

75.00

75.00

593.99

597.54

502.97

68.44

69.64

49.91

184.00

186.10

178.00

29.70

25.20

20.69

196.90

153.41

118.69

88.50

109.00

92.00

1,223.46

1,170.65

1,163.26

335.95

337.25

328.01

43.26

109.40

71.20

1,037.85

943.83

936.70

78.03

79.72

77.90

12,159.22

12,155.27

11,382.72

*Data reflects Monthly Full Time Equivalent Positions (FTE’s); does not include Hourly positions

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The Budget | Revenue & Expenditures by Account All Funds

Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget Five-Year Historical Comparison, General Fund ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

$

124,257,612 $

119,823,293 $

169,664,682 $

96,991,775 $

117,273,166

$

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

646,338,259 $

637,269,160 $

556,863,340 $

586,267,760 $

591,448,862

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

112,825,374

164,727,890

144,801,425

178,735,417

113,290,526

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

316,104,594

297,421,232

294,544,486

318,594,664

291,781,468

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799)

101,222,660

91,357,510

56,481,172

48,850,850

Total Revenues

43,130,608

$

1,176,490,887 $

1,190,775,792 $

1,052,690,423 $

1,132,448,691 $

1,039,651,465

$

569,143,011 $

573,979,727 $

537,010,764 $

530,910,760 $

507,952,370

211,680,260

199,507,010

192,130,319

195,217,103

178,253,520

258,603,405

249,283,770

260,987,501

274,612,020

285,212,625

58,828,521

62,248,101

40,923,195

41,209,016

48,746,797

100,577,993

83,003,212

85,928,556

65,529,749

59,914,745

1,207,934

4,061,987

5,134,671

5,057,159

6,377,500

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999) Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999) Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999) Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999) Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999) Other Outgo (7000 - 7999)

(538,464)

Total Expenditures

(1,777,060)

$

1,199,502,660 $

1,170,306,747 $

$

24,861,959 $

26,689,219 $

(722,851) 1,121,392,155 $

(633,457)

(826,890)

1,111,902,350 $

1,085,630,667

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929) Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

7,179,209

6,372,266

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

13,113,453 $

10,426,316 $

8,145,425

12,590,355

11,291,205

7,859,488

500,000

599,939

1

-

-

-

(0)

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

17,682,750 $

20,316,954 $

1,023,098 $

(264,950) $

285,937

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

118,928,588 $

160,609,289 $

101,986,049 $

85,885,424 $

30,342,192

$

1 $

3 $

(1) $

31,387,742 $

41,237,709

Comparison of Salaries vs. Other Costs General Fund ACTUALS

ACTUALS

EST-ACTUALS

BUDGET

FY 2008 - 09

FY 2009 - 10

FY 2010 - 11

FY 2011 - 12

% AMOUNT Salaries & Benefits

$

OF TOTAL

971,418,515

86.44%

41,209,016

3.41%

48,746,797

4.34%

Services & Other Operating

83,003,212

6.21%

58,363,595

4.76%

65,529,749

5.42%

59,914,745

5.33%

Capital Outlay

4,061,987

0.30%

10,016,738

0.82%

5,057,159

0.42%

6,377,500

0.57%

Other Outgo

4,595,206

0.34%

3,204,485

0.26%

10,657,747

0.88%

7,032,598

0.63%

160,609,289

12.01%

102,411,858

8.35%

85,885,424

7.10%

30,342,192

2.70%

1,123,832,347

100.00%

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1,226,869,811

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100.00% $

1,209,078,979

82.77% $

OF TOTAL

4.79%

100.00% $

1,000,739,883

% AMOUNT

58,795,347

1,337,288,303

81.03% $

OF TOTAL

4.65%

$

994,077,788

% AMOUNT

62,248,101

Total

76.48% $

% AMOUNT

Books & Supplies

Reserves

1,022,770,508

OF TOTAL

100.00% $

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The Budget | Summary of All Funds

SUMMARY OF ALL FUNDS San Diego Unified School District has an overall expenditure budget of $1.8 billion. The 2011-12 Budget covers 14 funds. California law requires that each fund demonstrate financial viability for the budget year and two ensuing years. The SDUSD budget complies with this requirement.

GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS General Fund

projects are used to fund other high-priority capital facility needs.

This is the chief operating fund for the District. It is used to fund the general operations of the District. All transactions except those required or permitted by law to be in another fund are accounted for in this fund. The General Fund is broken into two components: unrestricted and restricted

Capital Facilities Fund - used to account for monies received from fees levied on developers or other agencies as a condition of approving developments. Expenditures are restricted to capital projects related to housing students. Bond Interest and Redemption - used to account for the accumulation of resources for, and the payment of, general long-term debt principal, interest and related costs. Additionally, this fund is used to account for the proceeds of specific revenue sources that are legally restricted to expenditures for specific purposes.

Unrestricted Component - may be used to account for those projects and activities that are funded with unrestricted revenues. Restricted Component - may be used to account for those projects and activities that are funded by external revenue sources that are legally restricted or restricted by the donor to specific purposes.

Other Funds Adult Education Fund - used to account for resources committed to adult education programs maintained by the District.

Capital Funds Deferred Maintenance Fund - used to pay for major repair and/or replacement of District property.

Child Development Fund - used to account for resources committed to child development programs.

Building Fund - used to account for major repairs, construction, and/or acquisition of major capital facilities and the proceeds of general obligation funds.

Cafeteria Fund - used to account for revenues received and expenditures made to operate the District's cafeterias. (Cafeteria is synonymous with Food Services.)

Redevelopment Agency Fund - used to account for resources received from residential and commercial developer impact fees and for tax allocations received from the Development Corporations and the City of San Diego.

Pupil Transportation Equipment Fund - used to account for resources committed for the acquisition, rehabilitation or replacement of pupil transportation equipment.

County School Facilities Fund - used to account for the School Facility Program grants award for modernization and new construction of various school sites. The District is using its bond monies to cover the majority of expenditures for facility projects that are also receiving state monies. State monies are used for furniture and equipment, books, and other initial startup costs of the facilities projects. All state monies are deposited into the County School Facilities Fund. Remaining funds beyond those used for the approved 2011-12 Budget Overview

Special Reserve for Other than Capital Outlay Projects Fund - used to accumulate mandated cost reimbursements to the District or for funds from other sources not required to be used for capital outlay purposes. Post-Employment Benefits Fund - used to account for future payments of health and welfare benefits.

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The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Self-Insurance - used to account for resources committed to self-insurance activities consisting of five sub-funds. These funds are: Liability Fund, Property Fund, Workers Compensation Fund, Dental Fund, and Vision Care Fund.

Special Reserve for Capital Outlay Projects Fund used to hold capital project reserves.

SUMMARY OF SOURCES AND USES BY TYPE OF FUND Account Code Budget General Fund

Certificated Salaries

$

BUDGET

% of

BUDGET

% of

Dollar

Percent

2010 - 11

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2011 - 12

Change

Change

528,199,463

45.32% $

507,952,370

45.20% $

(20,247,093)

-3.83%

Classified Salaries

193,714,953

16.62%

178,253,520

15.86% $

(15,461,433)

-7.98%

Employee Benefits

282,182,116

24.21%

285,212,625

25.38% $

3,030,509

1.07%

Books & Supplies

45,652,193

3.92%

48,746,797

4.34% $

3,094,604

6.78%

Services & Other Operating

57,288,407

4.92%

59,914,745

5.33% $

2,626,338

4.58%

Capital Outlay

7,137,866

0.61%

6,377,500

0.57% $

(760,366)

-10.65%

Other Outgo

5,768,876

0.49%

7,032,598

0.63% $

1,263,722

21.91%

30,342,192

2.70% $

(15,250,608)

-33.45%

1,123,832,347

100.00% $

(41,704,327)

-3.58%

Reserves

45,592,800

Total

$

1,165,536,674

3.91% 100.00% $

Account Code Budget 2011 - 12 Employee Benefits 25%

Classified Salaries 16%

Books & Supplies 4% Services & Other Operating 5% Capital Outlay 1%

Certificated Salaries 45%

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Reserves 3%

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Other Outgo 1%

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The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Program Code Budget General Fund

Instruction

$

BUDGET

% of

BUDGET

% of

Dollar

Percent

2010 - 11

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2011 - 12

Change

Change

504,622,918

43.30% $

511,219,847

45.49% $

6,596,929

1.31%

Special Education

180,185,385

15.46%

182,406,910

16.23%

2,221,525

1.23%

Instruction-Related Services

145,541,367

12.49%

131,414,194

11.69%

(14,127,173)

-9.71%

Pupil Services

138,958,138

11.92%

119,665,554

10.65%

(19,292,584)

-13.88%

2,912,618

0.25%

3,104,115

0.28%

307

0.00%

248

0.00%

Ancillary Services Community Services Enterprise

14,268,105

1.22%

14,331,965

1.28%

General Administration

52,812,555

4.53%

46,055,115

4.10%

191,497 (59) 63,860 (6,757,440)

6.57% -19.22% 0.45% -12.80%

Plant Services

68,056,038

5.84%

71,682,719

6.38%

3,626,681

5.33%

Other Outgo

12,607,321

1.08%

13,609,488

1.21%

1,002,167

7.95%

2.70%

(15,229,729)

-33.42%

100.00% $

(41,704,327)

-3.58%

Reserves

45,571,921

Total

$

1,165,536,673

3.91% 100.00% $

30,342,192 1,123,832,347

Program Code Budget 2011 - 12 Special Education 16%

InstructionPupil Related Services Services 12% 11%

Ancillary Services 0%

Community Services Enterprise 0% 1% General Administration 4% Plant Services 6% Other Outgo 1%

Instruction 46%

2011-12 Budget Overview

Reserves 3%

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The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Summary Budget General Fund BUDGET

BUDGET

Dollar

Percent

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

Change

Change

Certificated Salaries Teacher Salaries Certificated Pupil Support Salaries

427,742,843 $

(5,467,031)

-1.26%

42,363,685

35,145,123 $

(7,218,562)

-17.04%

Certificated Admin Salaries

37,106,626

33,018,617 $

(4,088,009)

-11.02%

Other Certificated Salaries

15,519,278

12,045,787 $

(3,473,491)

-22.38%

Total Certificated Salaries

$

433,209,874 $

$

528,199,463 $

507,952,370 $

(20,247,093)

-3.83%

$

Classified Salaries Instructional Aides Salaries

35,474,203 $

33,738,168 $

(1,736,035)

-4.89%

Classified Support Salaries

83,666,719

75,525,388 $

(8,141,331)

-9.73%

Classified Admin Salaries

18,412,411

17,248,196 $

(1,164,215)

-6.32%

Clerical, Tech, and Office Staff Salaries

49,463,062

46,310,440 $

(3,152,622)

-6.37%

6,698,558

5,431,328 $

(1,267,230)

-18.92%

(15,461,433)

-7.98%

Other Classified Salaries Total Classified Salaries

$

193,714,953 $

178,253,520 $

$

282,182,116 $

Non-Salary Employee Benefits

285,212,625 $

3,030,509

1.07%

Books & Supplies

45,652,193

48,746,797 $

3,094,604

6.78%

Services & Other Operating

57,288,407

59,914,745 $

2,626,338

4.58%

7,137,866

6,377,500 $

(760,366)

-10.65%

Capital Outlay Other Outgo Reserves

5,768,876

7,032,598 $

1,263,722

21.91%

45,592,800

30,342,192 $

(15,250,608)

-33.45%

Total Non-Salary Inc Benefits

$

443,622,258 $

437,626,457 $

(5,995,801)

-1.35%

Total

$

1,165,536,674 $

1,123,832,347 $

(41,704,327)

-3.58%

Summary Budget General Fund 2011- 12 Total NonSalary Inc Benefits 39%

Total Classified Salaries 16%

Total Certificated Salaries 45%

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The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

General Fund (Fund 01) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

$

124,257,612 $

119,823,293 $

169,664,682 $

96,991,775 $

117,273,166

$

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

646,338,259 $

637,269,160 $

556,863,340 $

586,267,760 $

591,448,862

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

112,825,374

164,727,890

144,801,425

178,735,417

113,290,526

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

316,104,594

297,421,232

294,544,486

318,594,664

291,781,468

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799)

101,222,660

91,357,510

56,481,172

48,850,850

Total Revenues

43,130,608

$

1,176,490,887 $

1,190,775,792 $

1,052,690,423 $

1,132,448,691 $

1,039,651,465

$

569,143,011 $

573,979,727 $

537,010,764 $

530,910,760 $

507,952,370

211,680,260

199,507,010

192,130,319

195,217,103

178,253,520

258,603,405

249,283,770

260,987,501

274,612,020

285,212,625

58,828,521

62,248,101

40,923,195

41,209,016

48,746,797

100,577,993

83,003,212

85,928,556

65,529,749

59,914,745

1,207,934

4,061,987

5,134,671

5,057,159

6,377,500

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999) Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999) Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999) Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999) Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999) Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

(538,464)

(1,777,060)

$

1,199,502,660 $

1,170,306,747 $

$

24,861,959 $

26,689,219 $

(722,851) 1,121,392,155 $

(633,457) 1,111,902,350 $

(826,890) 1,085,630,667

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929) Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

7,179,209

6,372,266

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

13,113,453 $

10,426,316 $

8,145,425

12,590,355

11,291,205

7,859,488

500,000

599,939

1

-

-

-

(0)

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

17,682,750 $

20,316,954 $

1,023,098 $

(264,950) $

285,937

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

118,928,588 $

160,609,289 $

101,986,049 $

85,885,424 $

30,342,192

$

1 $

3 $

(1) $

31,387,742 $

41,237,709

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The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Adult Education (Fund 11) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

$

1,050,896 $

2,171,577 $

2,415,885 $

1,011,804 $

$

-

-

-

-

179,979

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099) Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299) Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

$

-

2,842,899

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

$

-

$

-

227,497

1,869,338 105,428

$

-

-

-

-

-

85,596

-

20,000

5,000

$

2,928,495 $

227,497 $

1,974,766 $

20,000 $

5,000

$

462,214 $

503,213 $

204,606 $

388,946 $

382,790

322,363

248,229

97,071

91,548

79,423

246,842

215,931

85,061

157,647

148,900

37,104

62,234

38,043

11,199

25,670

688,920

640,524

688,550

96,286

96,871

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999) Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999) Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999) Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999) Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

-

23,277

-

-

-

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999)

50,373

75,788

42,852

17,299

25,462

$

1,807,816 $

1,769,196 $

1,156,183 $

$

-

1,786,007 $

Total Expenditures

762,925 $

759,116

1,866,193 $

728,000

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

$

-

$

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

2,202,480

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

-

$

1,786,007 $

(2,202,480) $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

2,171,577 $

2,415,885 $

1,031,989 $

$

(2) $

2011-12 Budget Overview

-

44

$

(1) $

1,955,093

-

-

(88,900) $ -

728,000

$

142,056

179,979 $

11,807

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Bond Interest and Redemption (Fund 51) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

41,282,425 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

35,633,114 $

31,171,644 $

28,071,206 $

26,498,987

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

$

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599) $

$

-

684,700

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

-

-

$

-

709,279

-

$

-

645,000

-

680,000

794,394

89,154,375

92,317,636

93,690,624

97,111,260

101,418,301

89,839,075 $

93,026,915 $

94,335,624 $

97,791,260 $

102,212,695

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

-

-

-

-

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

-

-

-

-

-

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

-

-

-

-

-

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

-

-

-

-

-

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

-

-

-

-

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

$

-

95,488,385

97,488,385

99,498,285

102,922,242

106,567,417

95,488,385 $

97,488,385 $

99,498,285 $

102,922,242 $

106,567,417

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

-

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

2011-12 Budget Overview

$

-

$

-

$

35,633,115 $

-

$

-

$

31,171,644 $

45

$

-

-

3,558,763

-

$

-

$

26,008,983 $

1,900,438 -

3,558,763 $

1,900,438

-

24,044,703

$

26,498,987 $

(0)

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Building Fund-Proposition S (Fund 21) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

$

5,586,845 $

7,016,690 $

$

-

-

152,152,302 $

60,843,996 $

165,239,481

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

$

-

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

-

-

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

$

$

-

$

-

-

9,107,999

5,779,111

894,820

1,285,129

5,779,111 $

894,820 $

1,285,129 $

-

1,581,743

1,400,000

10,689,742 $

1,400,000

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999) Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999) Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999) Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999) Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

1,434,514

999,425

3,961,528

4,358,388

6,964,760

548,684

334,774

1,503,785

1,709,980

2,955,460

36,737

264,734

1,532,437

6,581,011

324,320

6,960,238

5,496,828

20,670,210

21,423,769

19,844,168

17,726,840

16,337,121

98,654,367

72,355,920

140,000,000

-

-

$

26,707,013 $

$

23,722,980 $

-

23,432,882 $

-

126,322,327 $

-

106,429,068 $

170,088,708

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929) Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

737,639

Other Uses (7630 - 7699) $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

-

$

7,311,455 $

22,652,512 $

-

$

178,380

169,997,581

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

-

1,808,107

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

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2,323,907

-

203,986,217

-

-

3,673,026

-

-

167,673,674 $

$

-

$

152,152,302 $

46

$

140,000,000 -

-

-

$

-

$

27,115,104 $

-

200,134,811 $ -

-

$

165,239,481 $

140,000,000 136,550,773 (0)

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Cafeteria Fund (Fund 13) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

368,219 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

555,992 $

2,477,017 $

3,985,219 $

5,456,441

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

$

31,390,085

-

$

35,774,704

-

$

-

43,836,465 3,576,787

2,863,551

2,869,343

3,056,378

3,657,920

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799)

12,772,099

11,635,290

12,060,164

8,909,494

47,025,735 $

50,279,337 $

56,718,525 $

$

-

43,817,200

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599) Total Revenues

$

41,601,983

8,539,035

56,384,614 $

55,952,287

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

-

$

17,603,304

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999) Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999) Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

-

$

17,195,362

-

$

17,137,569

-

$

-

17,334,252

16,806,542

8,052,711

7,907,893

9,058,366

8,772,373

10,291,745

18,433,693

19,899,238

23,031,450

21,414,248

21,233,138 6,050,501

2,555,473

2,716,322

5,488,944

6,165,107

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

63,105

248,772

760,216

147,166

490,000

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999)

390,387

390,387

1,077,160

1,080,246

1,080,360

$

47,098,673 $

48,357,974 $

$

Total Expenditures

56,553,705 $

54,913,392 $

55,952,286

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

261,363 $

-

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

990

-

$

-

-

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

260,373 $

-

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

555,655 $

2,477,017 $

$

(1) $

338 $

2011-12 Budget Overview

47

$

-

-

$

$

-

$

-

-

-

$

2,641,837 $

-

$

888,963

-

5,456,441 $

4,567,479

$

-

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Capital Facilities (Fund 40) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

51,427,026 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

45,468,428 $

36,253,121 $

23,955,350 $

5,969,152

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

-

-

-

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

$

$

-

9,435,139

7,346,381

6,807,875

6,706,931

6,467,560

9,435,139 $

7,346,381 $

6,807,875 $

6,706,931 $

6,467,560

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

2,597,438

2,360,091

1,508,859

1,775,360

2,160,115

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

895,377

907,058

731,110

906,967

1,090,243

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

195,182

180,256

35,782

10,508

61,500

5,144,660

3,549,975

4,232,034

9,174,970

4,710,700

502,191

1,825,236

600,962

1,075,324

4,164,153

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999) Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999) Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

$

-

-

-

-

9,334,848 $

8,822,616 $

7,108,747 $

-

12,943,129 $

12,186,711

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

$

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

$

6,058,889

-

$

7,739,072

-

$

12,436,875

-

$

11,750,000

250,000

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

(6,058,889) $

(7,739,072) $

(12,436,875) $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

45,468,428 $

36,253,121 $

23,515,374 $

2011-12 Budget Overview

$

-

$

-

48

$

-

$

-

(11,750,000) $ -

$

5,969,152 $

(250,000) 1

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Child Development (Fund 12) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09 3,976 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

14,194 $

220,946 $

(2,041,882) $

717,007

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

743,238

732,546

721,543

718,941

607,779

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

22,511,323

22,727,596

23,427,343

23,396,850

19,557,932

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799)

4,351,277

8,053,964

9,226,041

8,533,882

Total Revenues

$

27,605,838 $

31,514,106 $

$

9,395,569 $

10,275,598 $

33,374,927 $

5,752,000

32,649,673 $

25,917,711

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

8,584,131

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

9,349,071 $

9,261,207 $

7,995,611

9,697,760

9,389,412

9,013,441

7,490,529

7,225,035

7,756,999

7,824,947

9,882,365

8,166,826

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

579,833

1,177,814

4,761,852

3,296,688

1,390,576

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

910,137

704,749

604,898

428,100

3,101

14,352

457,101

28,234

1,681,290

987,641

739,641

33,374,922 $

32,649,675 $

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

-

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

1,214,565 $

27,909,270 $

31,308,562 $

$

313,651 $

1,210 $

871,068 25,917,711

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

2,758,891 $

-

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

-

2,758,891 $

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

313,651 $

1,210 $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

14,194 $

220,946 $

$

1 $

2 $

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49

-

-

$

$

220,951 $

-

$

15,403

-

717,007 $

701,604

$

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

County School Facilities (Fund 35) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

348,141,152 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

303,218,793 $

234,829,037 $

201,802,784 $

176,037,828

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

$

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599) $

$

-

34,397,629

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

-

-

$

-

2,494,119

15,970,964

6,856,254

50,368,593 $

9,350,373 $

-

$

-

10,708,900

6,596,090

3,355,365

1,310,164

14,064,265 $

13,224,457 775,000

7,906,254 $

13,999,457

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

-

$

408,524

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

-

$

2,609,801

-

$

1,625,956

-

$

-

1,889,791

1,420,886

153,109

919,808

589,007

757,384

607,732

4,337,043

10,066,254

6,263,400

2,080,052

50,736

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

40,821,151

47,927,440

17,541,479

16,805,993

26,517,416

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

25,226,992

18,540,733

21,204,872

12,316,370

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

$

-

-

-

-

-

70,946,819 $

80,064,036 $

47,224,714 $

33,849,590 $

28,596,770

505,519 $

2,323,907 $

2,152,035 $

178,380 $

-

-

-

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

$

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

25,110,057

-

1,167,073

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

-

178,380 $

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

(24,604,538) $

2,323,907 $

984,962 $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

302,958,389 $

234,829,037 $

202,653,552 $

$

(1) $

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-

50

$

(2) $

-

$

176,037,828 $

161,440,515

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Deferred Maintenance (Fund 14) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

82,510 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10 404 $

252,098 $

77,081 $

5,381

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

(349,583)

-

-

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799)

74,145

71,182

15,860

8,300

20

71,182 $

15,860 $

8,300 $

20

Total Revenues

$

(275,438) $

$

-

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

-

-

-

-

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

-

-

-

-

-

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

-

-

-

-

-

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

5,066,154

5,198,927

372,278

2,370

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

$

5,438,432 $

5,201,297 $

4,530,259 $

5,080,000 $

-

$

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999) Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

4,530,259

5,080,000

-

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

5,631,765 $

5,381,809 $

4,400,000 $

5,000,000 $

-

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

-

5,000,000 $

-

-

$

5,401

5,381 $

0

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

5,631,765 $

5,381,809 $

4,400,000 $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

404 $

252,098 $

137,699 $

$

1 $

-

-

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51

$

$

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Post-Employment Benefits (Fund 20) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

$

1,246,155 $

1,241,663 $

1,329,426 $

1,277,059 $

$

-

-

-

-

1,273,433

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

$

$

$

-

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799)

65,914

34,574

15,720

8,678

7,260

65,914 $

34,574 $

15,720 $

8,678 $

7,260

Total Revenues

$

-

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

-

-

-

-

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

-

-

-

-

-

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

-

-

-

-

-

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

-

-

-

-

-

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999)

-

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

$

566,129 $

622,049 $

679,502 $

583,121 $

555,488

636,535

568,860

745,277

595,425

595,425

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929) Transfers Out (7610 - 7629) Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

(70,406) $

53,189 $

(65,775) $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

1,241,663 $

1,329,426 $

1,279,371 $

-

$

1,240,756

$

-

-

-

1,273,433 $

0

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$

52

$

$

(12,304) $

(39,937)

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Pupil Transportation Equipment (Fund 15) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

2008 - 09

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

$

3,125,554 $

924,586 $

$

-

-

3,212 $

3,190,858 $

80,705

-

-

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

$

-

$

$

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

-

-

-

-

117,352

22,661

41,094

3,972

525

$

117,352 $

22,661 $

41,094 $

3,972 $

525

$

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

-

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999) Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999) Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999) Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

-

$

$

-

$

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4,040

-

-

-

-

54

2,314,135

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999)

-

-

145

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999) Total Expenditures

$

-

-

-

-

-

$

2,318,320 $

$

-

-

3,544,307

54 $

-

3,114,125

525

-

-

3,544,307 $

3,114,125 $

-

7,530,000 $

-

-

-

-

525

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

$

-

$

$

-

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

$

-

-

$

80,705

943,980

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

-

$

(943,980) $

7,530,000 $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

924,586 $

3,212 $

4,029,999 $

$

-

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$

1 $

53

-

$

-

80,705 $

(0)

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Redevelopment Agency (Fund 25) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

36,476,972 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

30,255,084 $

22,039,472 $

19,420,482 $

17,621,334

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

-

-

-

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

$

$

-

17,803,534

13,547,279

10,666,807

13,128,157

12,767,400

17,803,534 $

13,547,279 $

10,666,807 $

13,128,157 $

12,767,400

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

4,016 $

-

$

73,424 $

12,313 $

6,602,201

5,637,591

4,919,946

4,723,516 2,782,728

591,557

3,191,122

2,761,279

2,081,367

11,937,555

2,137,563

383,465

217,021

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

6,778,914

3,445,759

4,735,822

3,416,200

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

1,192,869

833,356

8,745,511

4,280,458

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999) Total Expenditures

-

1,398,210

-

-

$

21,903,121 $

$

1,387,076 $

-

16,210,001 $

3,400,000 -

-

22,337,092 $

-

14,927,305 $

10,906,244

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929) Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

3,509,377

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

$

5,552,891

5,552,891 $

-

-

-

783,933

$

7,300,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

(2,122,301) $

(5,552,891) $

4,768,958 $

-

$

(7,300,000)

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

30,255,084 $

22,039,472 $

15,138,145 $

-

$

12,182,490

17,621,334 $

(0)

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$

-

$

(1) $

54

-

$

-

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Self-Insurance (Fund 67) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

67,945,431 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

71,501,449 $

66,473,658 $

58,008,564 $

60,045,424

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

-

-

-

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

$

$

-

29,198,877

17,460,997

21,969,046

19,315,464

16,738,975

29,198,877 $

17,460,997 $

21,969,046 $

19,315,464 $

16,738,975

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999) Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999) Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

623,906

469,361

683,873

894,442

221,894

229,699

165,818

275,115

401,885

18,605

7,512

7,765

19,100

12,500

28,683,263

19,555,672

27,098,886

21,383,516

29,209,027

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

-

-

-

-

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999)

-

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

604,299

-

$

29,528,061 $

20,416,789 $

27,741,830 $

22,361,604 $

30,517,854

$

6,038,066 $

3,963,000 $

5,373,000 $

6,083,000 $

6,576,000

2,152,865

6,035,000

9,658,821

1,000,000

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929) Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

5,083,000 $

6,576,000

-

$

52,842,546

60,045,424 $

(1)

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

3,885,201 $

(2,072,000) $

(4,285,821) $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

71,501,449 $

66,473,658 $

56,415,053 $

$

(1) $

(1) $

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55

-

$

-

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Summary of Sources and Uses by Type of Fund

Special Reserve for Other than Capital Outlay Projects (Fund 17) Statement of Unaudited Actuals & Budget, Five-Year Historical Comparison ACTUALS 2007 - 08 Beginning Balance (9791 - 9795)

$

2008 - 09

28,734,658 $

ESTIMATED ACTUALS

BUDGET

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

2009 - 10

11,141,692 $

123,629 $

124,926 $

-

-

-

-

Revenues Revenue Limit (8010 - 8099)

$

-

$

-

$

$

$

Federal Revenue (8100 - 8299)

-

-

-

-

Other State Revenue (8300 - 8599)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Local Revenue (8600 - 8799) Total Revenues

-

1,047,621

213,162

1,335

872

-

$

1,047,621 $

213,162 $

1,335 $

872 $

-

$

-

-

-

-

Expenditures Certificated Salaries (1000 - 1999) Classified Salaries (2000 - 2999)

$

$

-

$

$

-

-

-

-

-

Employee Benefits (3000 - 3999)

-

-

-

-

-

Books & Supplies (4000 - 4999)

-

-

-

-

-

Services & Other Operating (5000 - 5999)

-

-

-

-

-

Capital Outlay (6000 - 6999)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Outgo (7000 - 7999)

-

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

Other Financing Sources/Uses Transfers In (8910 - 8929)

$

Transfers Out (7610 - 7629)

18,640,587

11,231,225

-

125,798

-

Other Sources (8930 - 8979)

-

-

-

-

-

Other Uses (7630 - 7699)

-

-

-

-

-

Contributions (8980 - 8999)

-

-

-

-

-

Total Other Financing Sources/Uses

$

(18,640,587) $

(11,231,225) $

Reserves (9700 - 9789) Surplus/(Deficit)

$

11,141,692 $

123,629 $ -

2011-12 Budget Overview

$

-

$

56

$

-

$

(125,798) $

-

124,964 $

-

$

-

-

-

$

-

$

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Division/Department Budget Summary

DIVISION/DEPARTMENT BUDGET SUMMARY Summary All Divisions 2011 – 12 Total General Fund

Division Name

Salaries & Benefits Books & Supplies

Board of Education

$

Superintendent Legal Deputy Superintendent of Business Operations

543,296 $

Services & Other Operating

10,600 $

474,222 $

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo -

497,886

2,000

18,280

-

2,177,440

34,780

626,941

-

$

Reserves -

$

Total -

5,926,000

$

1,028,118

-

518,166

-

8,765,161

76,677,910

12,500,957

(11,963,551)

5,999,686

-

-

83,215,002

District Relations

3,753,920

307,253

421,679

71,250

-

-

4,554,102

Accountability Office Deputy Superintendent of Academics Integrated Technology Support Services

3,505,027

782,588

209,015

9,050

1,346

-

4,507,026

825,597,812

29,420,074

53,102,278

67,000

1,659,157

-

909,846,321

13,267,046

1,372,006

10,292,472

45,398,178

4,316,539

6,733,409

Finance

-

-

230,514

-

(553,905)

24,931,524

30,342,192

86,466,927

Total

$

971,418,515 $

48,746,797 $

59,914,745 $

6,377,500 $

7,032,598 $

30,342,192 $

1,123,832,347

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

998,571,134 $

46,863,355 $

59,915,722 $

7,137,866 $

4,908,293 $

40,907,353 $

1,158,303,723

Deputy Superintendent of Academics, 81%

Integrated Technology Support Services, 2%

Finance with District Reserves, 8% Board of Education, 0% Superintendent, 0% Accountability Office, 0%

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57

Legal, 1% Deputy Superintendent of Business 7%

San Diego Unified School District


The Budget | Board of Education

BOARD OF EDUCATION The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education serves as the governing body of the District. The Board is responsible for carrying out diverse state and federal laws, rules and regulations. It adopts policies to implement these mandates and also to meet the needs and desires of the community. As the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the District, the Superintendent reports to the Board and is charged with the task of developing administrative procedures to implement the policies established by the Board. The Board of Education consists of five Trustees. Each Trustee is nominated by a geographic district and elected by voters within the entire District attendance boundaries for a term of four years. All five Trustees represent the District, its students and families, while providing a specialized focus on their constituency. Together, the Board supports the district in its mission.

Board of Education Budget 2011 – 12 Total General Fund

Salaries & Benefits

Books & Supplies

Services & Other Operating

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo

Reserves

Total

Board of Education

$

543,296 $

10,600 $

474,222 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,028,118

Total

$

543,296 $

10,600 $

474,222 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,028,118

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

510,078 $

8,000 $

322,855 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

840,933

SUPERINTENDENT The Superintendent is responsible for all oversight of the San Diego Unified School District. The Superintendent serves as the Chief Executive Officer and reports directly to the Board of Education. The Superintendent provides leadership and direction for the planning, implementation and management of the educational and operational programs of the district.

Superintendent Budget 2011 - 12 Total General Fund

Salaries & Benefits

Books & Supplies

Services & Other Operating

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo

Reserves

Total

Superintendent

$

497,886 $

2,000 $

18,280 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

518,166

Total

$

497,886 $

2,000 $

18,280 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

518,166

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

453,046 $

2,000 $

20,726 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

475,772

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The Budget | Legal Services

LEGAL SERVICES Legal Services provides legal advice and representation to the Board of Education, the Superintendent, administration and staff. Legal Services staff represent the District and District personnel in federal and state court litigation and in administrative forums; provide staff training; evaluate, secure and monitor the work of outside counsel; and provide advice on operational matters. Legal Services also oversees the Office of Audits and Investigation, providing an independent appraisal function, and the Risk Management Department, protecting district assets and ensuring safe school and work environments.

Legal Services Budget 2011 - 12 Total General Fund

Salaries & Benefits

Books & Supplies

Services & Other Operating

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo

Reserves

Total

Legal Services

$

2,177,440 $

34,780 $

626,941 $

-

$

5,926,000 $

-

$

8,765,161

Total

$

2,177,440 $

34,780 $

626,941 $

-

$

5,926,000 $

-

$

8,765,161

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

2,226,744 $

30,602 $

716,474 $

-

$

6,083,000 $

-

$

9,056,820

DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS The Deputy Superintendent of Business Operations provides direction and oversight of the administration and delivery of district-wide non-instructional operations; and provides leadership, direction, and supervision to senior management and other assigned staff.

Deputy Superintendent of Business Operations Budget 2011 - 12 Total General Fund

Salaries & Benefits Auxiliary Services

$

Human Resources Instructional Facilities School Police Strategic Sourcing and Contracts

Books & Supplies

60,341,507 $

Services & Other Operating

Other Outgo

Reserves

5,599,820 $

-

147,912

599,772

4,500

-

-

609,316

6,511

38,526

-

-

-

654,353

7,920,984

139,930

639,807

-

-

9,096,087

24,990

39,908

395,366

$

Total

6,269,766

-

$

64,841,377 7,021,950

-

-

Total

$

76,677,910 $

12,500,957 $ (11,963,551) $

5,999,686 $

-

$

-

$

83,215,002

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

83,954,686 $

15,416,647 $ (19,962,817) $

4,063,866 $

-

$

-

$

83,472,382

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1,536,337

12,181,614 $ (13,281,564) $

Capital Outlay

59

-

1,601,235

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The Budget | Chief of Staff/District Relations

CHIEF OF STAFF/DISTRICT RELATIONS The Chief of Staff and District Relations is in charge of staff support programs for the Superintendent and serves as a member of the Superintendent’s Cabinet. The Chief of Staff also manages the functions of the District Relations Office including Communications, Government Relations, Translations and Parent Engagement. The Chief of Staff serves as liaison and counsel to the Board of Education, Superintendent and senior leadership regarding necessary and appropriate actions to communicate the mission, vision, and priorities of the District. The Chief of Staff represents the Superintendent in staff and community meetings when necessary.

Chief of Staff/District Relations Budget 2011 - 12 Total Budget General Fund

Salaries & Benefits District Relations Office

$

Books & Supplies

309,995 $

Services & Other Operating

6,007 $

Capital Outlay

25,000 $

Other Outgo -

$

Reserves -

$

Total -

$

341,002

Communications

631,200

17,884

383,027

-

-

-

1,032,111

Government Relations

134,529

1,546

24,187

-

-

-

160,262

Parent Involvement

802,721

97,544

26,969

-

-

-

927,234

Printing Services

392,507

168,200

(53,004)

71,250

-

-

578,953 1,082,509

Race & Human Relations Translation

1,069,687

1,250

11,572

-

-

-

413,281

14,822

3,928

-

-

-

432,031

Total

$

3,753,920 $

307,253 $

421,679 $

71,250 $

-

$

-

$

4,554,102

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

4,031,214 $

178,746 $

508,141 $

1,250 $

-

$

-

$

4,719,351

OFFICE OF ACCOUNTABILITY The Office of Accountability oversees all aspects of District program monitoring, evidence of accountability, and adherence to procedures, policies, rules and regulations. The Office of Accountability has authority for oversight of the implementation of both instructional and operational compliance across the District and makes sure the District is in compliance with the rules and regulations of federal, state, local and/or other agencies. The Office of Accountability reports directly to the Superintendent.

Office of Accountability Budget 2011 - 12 Total Budget General Fund

Salaries & Benefits

Books & Supplies

Services & Other Operating

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo

Reserves

Total

Accountability Office

$

3,505,027 $

782,588 $

209,015 $

9,050 $

1,346 $

-

$

4,507,026

Total

$

3,505,027 $

782,588 $

209,015 $

9,050 $

1,346 $

-

$

4,507,026

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

5,339,135 $

1,463,057 $

313,116 $

1,850 $

-

$

7,117,158

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The Budget | Deputy Superintendent of Academics

DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF ACADEMICS The Deputy Superintendent of Academics provides direction and oversight of the administration and delivery of district-wide academic programs and instructional strategies designed to increase student achievement; and provides leadership, direction, and supervision to Area Superintendents, the Instructional Support Services Division and the Student Services Division.

Deputy Superintendent of Academics Budget 2011 - 12 Total Budget General Fund

Salaries & Benefits

Books & Supplies

Services & Other Operating

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo

Deputy Superintendent of Academics

$

504,197 $

818,838 $

115,950 $

-

$

Area Superintendents

$ 686,010,666 $

16,866,068 $

23,569,628 $

-

$

Instructional Support Services Student Services

Reserves -

Total

$

-

56,775 $

-

$

1,438,985 726,503,137

15,365,138

9,089,966

1,599,121

-

79,171

-

26,133,396

123,717,811

2,645,202

27,817,579

67,000

1,523,211

-

155,770,803

-

Total

$ 825,597,812 $

29,420,074 $

53,102,278 $

67,000 $

1,659,157 $

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$ 861,670,321 $

28,533,632 $

61,041,127 $

3,070,900 $

114,999 $

$

909,846,321

20,879 $

954,451,858

INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT SERVICES The Chief Information and Technology Officer (CITO) plans, organizes, controls and directs the functions of Integrated Technology Support Services. The Officer also serves as a member of the Superintendent's Cabinet.

ITSS Budget 2011 - 12 Total Budget General Fund

Salaries & Benefits Information Technology

$

Educational Technology SARB & Attendance Office

Books & Supplies

10,171,187 $

Services & Other Operating

799,864 $

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo

10,060,724 $

-

$

Reserves -

$

Total -

2,407,194

564,703

134,585

-

-

-

688,665

7,439

97,163

-

-

-

$

21,031,775 3,106,482 793,267

Total

$

13,267,046 $

1,372,006 $

10,292,472 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

24,931,524

GF Budget 2010 - 11

$

14,173,766 $

1,052,834 $

11,069,838 $

-

$

-

$

-

$

26,296,438

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The Budget | Finance

FINANCE The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) plans, organizes, controls and directs the functions of the division. The vision of the Finance division is to offer “high tech/high touch” financial services to our partners to help ensure the efficient use of District resources. Finance departments have developed performance expectations focused on continual improvement in five areas: Communication, Transparency, Collaboration, Leadership and Professionalism. Each performance expectation targets specific components for conducting business in alignment with the District’s mission.

Finance Budget 2011 - 12 Total Budget General Fund

Salaries & Benefits Chief Financial Officer

$

Books & Supplies

208,801 $

Services & Other Operating

12,979 $

424,598 $

Capital Outlay

Other Outgo -

$

Reserves -

$

Total -

$

646,378

Office of the Controller

3,745,501

105,100

5,208,097

-

-

-

9,058,698

Budget Development District-wide Reserves/Indirect & Other

1,099,595

9,498

193,203

-

-

-

1,302,296

36,908,995

4,153,067

880,552

Financial Services

2,157,073

22,528

23,959

-

-

-

Payroll

1,278,213

13,367

3,000

-

-

-

4,316,539 $

6,733,409 $

230,514 $

(553,905) $

Total

$

45,398,178 $

230,514

(553,905)

30,342,192

30,342,192 $

71,961,415 2,203,560 1,294,580 86,466,927

GF Budget 2010 - 11 $ 26,212,144 $ 177,837 $ 5,886,262 $ $ (1,289,706) $ 40,886,474 $ 71,873,011 *Budget growth in Finance is due to holding the district budget for Administrative Law Judge PKS decision to restore 44 FTE ($3.8m); 15 Excess Teaching FTE ($1.3m); COBRA benefits for laid off employees ($4.9m); STAR rating/Job reclassification funding ($2.0m) and additional TRANS and Capital Refresh district needs ($2.4m)

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The Budget | Elementary School Budgets

SCHOOL BUDGETS

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Adams Elementary School John Adams Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 4672 35th St San Diego, CA 92116 Phone: 619-284-1158 ASES: $159,682 ELL: $91,135 Other: $2,333,209 Special Ed: $239,948 Title I: $108,864

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,823,422

$ 1,444,472

658,021

-

$

378,950 658,021

11,418

3,649

7,769

1,534

-

1,534

242,359

242,359

-

32,847

16,517

16,330

148,328

148,328

-

14,909

14,909

-

$ 2,932,838

$ 1,870,234

$ 1,062,604

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Alcott Elementary School Louisa May Alcott Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4680 Hidalgo Ave San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-273-3415 ASES: $128,906 ELL: $49,352 Other: $3,373,100 Special Ed: $88,827 Title I: $44,578

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$ 1,088,286

Special Education

$

Restricted

864,812

$

223,474

2,174,500

-

2,174,500

6,601

3,444

3,157

841

-

841

241,682

241,682

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

31,884

-

31,884

3140 Health Services

14,903

7,844

7,059

628

-

628

115,499

115,499

-

9,939

9,939

-

$ 3,684,763

$ 1,243,220

$ 2,441,543

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

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Angier Elementary School Will Angier Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 8450 Hurlbut St San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-496-8295 ASES: $137,412 ELL: $52,451 Other: $2,413,749 Special Ed: $67,992 Title I: $86,159

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,956,905

$ 1,715,511

339,749

-

$

339,749

32,765

-

32,765

1,863

-

1,863

245,818

245,818

-

34,188

34,188

-

119,142

119,142

-

27,333

27,333

-

$ 2,757,763

$ 2,141,992

$

241,394

615,771

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Baker Elementary School Fred Baker Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 4041 T St San Diego, CA 92113 Phone: 619-264-3139 ASES: $129,780 ELL: $137,717 Other: $2,548,378 Special Ed: $104,417 Title I: $197,773

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,007,475

$ 1,711,908

403,106

-

$

295,567

9,936

9,936

-

98,553

-

98,553 57,727

403,106

57,727

-

284,524

284,524

-

92,085

-

92,085 1,175

1,175

-

147,333

147,333

-

16,151

16,151

-

$ 3,118,065

$ 2,169,852

$

948,213

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The Budget | Elementary School Budgets School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Balboa Elementary School Vasco Nunez de Balboa Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 1844 S 40th St San Diego, CA 92113 Phone: 619-263-8151 ASES: $161,610 ELL: $183,185 Other: $3,542,112 Special Ed: $244,249 Title I: $277,703

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2130 Curriculum Development 2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,027,433

$ 2,474,163

668,404

-

$

553,270

750

-

750

25,293

-

25,293 3,237

668,404

4,487

1,250

2700 School Administration

289,878

289,378

500

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

114,254

-

114,254 1,041

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

1,041

-

216,478

216,478

-

60,841

60,841

-

$ 4,408,859

$ 3,042,110

$ 1,366,749

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Barnard Elementary School Mandarin Chinese Magnet Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 2930 Barnard St San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: 619-224-3306 ASES: $116,231 ELL: $39,488 Other: $1,690,012 Special Ed: $92,235 Title I: $43,917

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,310,865

$ 1,125,221

261,443

-

$

185,644

500

-

500

1,045

-

1,045

252,760

252,760

-

38,360

25,913

12,447

113,804

113,804

-

3,106

3,106

$ 1,981,883

$ 1,520,804

261,443

$

461,079

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The Budget | Elementary School Budgets School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Bay Park Elementary School Mission: To empower learners to reach their full potential as capable, healthy citizens of

Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 2433 Denver St San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: 619-276-1471 ELL: $47,688 Other: $2,533,493 Special Ed: $131,683 Title I: $18,800

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

506,079

-

48,369 506,079

1,204

-

1,204

274,932

16,915

34,888

34,888

-

119,913

119,913

-

8300 Security Total

$

291,847

3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

Restricted

$ 1,713,490

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

Unrestricted

$ 1,761,859

15,874

15,874

$ 2,731,664

$ 2,159,097

$

572,567

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Bayview Terrace Elementary School Mission: To provide a safe environment that celebrates diversity and develops students as

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 2445 Fogg St San Diego, CA 92109 Phone: 858-273-5244 ASES: $158,473 ELL: $65,337 Other: $1,504,980 Special Ed: $203,942 Title I: $73,765

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$ 1,158,661

Special Education

Unrestricted $

Restricted

855,434

$

303,227

452,981

-

452,981

2420 Library Media and Tech

9,865

-

9,865

2495 Parent Participation

1,130

-

1,130

244,254

238,448

5,806

12,789

12,789

-

118,120

118,120

-

8,697

8,697

$ 2,006,497

$ 1,233,488

2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

773,009

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The Budget | Elementary School Budgets School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Benchley-Weinberger Elementary Mission: Through the cultivation of better interpersonal, global/media, and artistic/

Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 6269 Twin Lake Dr San Diego, CA 92119 Phone: 619-463-9271 ELL: $43,075 Other: $2,623,751 Special Ed: $77,048

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,008,598

$ 2,004,086

264,289

-

$

264,289

4,512 23,768

2420 Library Media and Tech

23,768

-

2700 School Administration

299,010

299,010

-

14,795

-

14,795

122,481

122,481

-

10,933

10,933

-

$ 2,743,874

$ 2,436,510

3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

307,364

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Bird Rock Elementary School Mission: To collaboratively support a learning environment that challenges students to rise

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 5371 La Jolla Hermosa Ave San Diego, CA 92037 Phone: 858-488-0537 Donations: $176,635 ELL: $9,307 Other: $2,517,030 Special Ed: $132,575

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,115,541

$ 2,106,234

297,606

-

$

9,307

247,274

247,274

-

17,292

17,292

-

297,606

34,088

34,088

-

119,731

119,731

-

4,015

4,015

$ 2,835,547

$ 2,528,634

$

306,913

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The Budget | Elementary School Budgets School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Birney Elementary School Alice Birney International Studies Magnet Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 4345 Campus Ave San Diego, CA 92103 Phone: 619-497-3500 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $71,104 Other: $2,420,292 Special Ed: $88,827 Title I: $75,606

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin 2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,062,391

$ 1,790,785

342,639

-

$

271,606

6,395

-

6,395

57,515

43,303

14,212 1,755

342,639

1,755

-

263,897

263,897

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

45,916

-

45,916

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers

1,047

-

1,047

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

4,028

4,028

-

10,871

10,871

-

$ 2,796,454

$ 2,112,884

2700 School Administration

8300 Security Total

$

683,570

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Boone Elementary School Daniel Boone Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 7330 Brookhaven Rd San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: 619-479-3111 ASES: $194,555 ELL: $114,484 Other: $2,953,837 Special Ed: $97,601 Title I: $166,406

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,510,538

$ 2,120,656

386,026

-

386,026

2140 In House Instr Staff Dev

2,500

-

2,500

2495 Parent Participation

2,726

-

2,726

293,371

293,371

-

85,661

-

85,661

11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

389,882

46,302

29,173

17,129

174,912

174,912

-

24,847

24,847

$ 3,526,883

$ 2,642,959

$

883,924

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The Budget | Elementary School Budgets School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Burbank Elementary School Luther Burbank Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 2146 Julian Ave San Diego, CA 92113 Phone: 619-652-4500 ASES: $133,379 ELL: $132,323 Other: $3,647,936 Special Ed: $29,609 Title I: $194,188

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,314,837

$ 1,729,648

$ 1,585,189

Special Education

233,430

-

233,430

2130 Curriculum Development

52,696

-

52,696

2420 Library Media and Tech

25,499

-

25,499

11xx

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

2,000

7,209

255,437

43,312

51,878

-

51,878

111,059

500

110,559 5,064

9,888

4,824

30,190

30,190

-

$ 4,137,435

$ 2,022,599

$ 2,114,836

8300 Security Total

9,209 298,749

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Cabrillo Elementary School Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 3120 Talbot St San Diego, CA 92106 Phone: 619-223-7154 ASES: $132,034 ELL: $33,065 Other: $1,327,069 Title I: $44,503

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$

Special Education

988,297

Unrestricted $

Restricted

779,541

$

208,756

187,846

-

9,936

9,936

-

846

-

846

2700 School Administration

233,164

233,164

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

112,554

112,554

-

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation

8300 Security Total

4,028

4,028

$ 1,536,671

$ 1,139,223

187,846

$

397,448

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Cadman Elementary School Charles Wakefield Cadman Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4370 Kamloop Ave San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-273-3003 ASES: $86,037 ELL: $33,770 Other: $1,081,643 Special Ed: $106,375 Title I: $29,940

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security

Unrestricted

729,169

$

$

149,053

277,488

-

9,804

9,804

-

619

-

619

200,402

200,327

75

200

200

-

113,249

113,249

-

6,834

277,488

6,834

$ 1,337,765

Total

Restricted

580,116

$

910,530

$

427,235

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Carson Elementary School Kit Carson Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 6905 Kramer St San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: 858-496-8060 ASES: $148,089 ELL: $173,416 Other: $3,195,193 Special Ed: $136,266 Title I: $226,313

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,025,549

$ 2,427,653

305,474

-

$

597,896 305,474

28,580

-

28,580

2,811

-

2,811

251,859

249,762

2,097

47,310

13,046

34,264 17,129

46,302

29,173

151,514

151,514

-

19,878

19,878

-

$ 3,879,277

$ 2,891,026

$

988,251

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Central Elementary School Mission: To create a learning environment in which all children learn to use literate power

Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 4063 Polk Ave San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-281-6644 ASES: $239,458 ELL: $262,680 Other: $4,027,135 Special Ed: $166,624 Title I: $307,936

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,668,376

$ 2,947,374

650,918

-

4,061

-

4,061

464,737

355,798

108,939

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

29,327

-

29,327

3120 Psychological Services

22,491

-

22,491

131,076

9,153

121,923

8,000

8,000

-

24,847

24,847

-

$ 5,003,833

$ 3,345,172

$ 1,658,661

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

721,002 650,918

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Chavez Elementary School Cesar E. Chavez Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 1404 S 40th St San Diego, CA 92113 Phone: 619-527-4098 ASES: $149,518 ELL: $210,891 Other: $3,639,056 Special Ed: $106,375 Title I: $246,448

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,275,308

$ 2,794,823

386,859

-

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin

11,365

11,365

-

2130 Curriculum Development

17,269

2,000

15,269

11xx

Special Education

$

480,485 386,859

2140 In House Instr Staff Dev

38,008

-

38,008

2420 Library Media and Tech

58,865

38,974

19,891 53,387

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

54,387

1,000

216,749

216,749

-

88,746

-

88,746 1,128

20,740

19,612

152,931

152,931

-

31,061

31,061

-

$ 4,352,288

$ 3,268,515

$ 1,083,773

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Cherokee Point Elementary School Mission: To develop young people of good character who will become responsible, caring

Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 3735 38th St San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-641-3400 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $155,548 Other: $2,873,192 Special Ed: $218,082 Title I: $198,912

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,608,415

$ 2,077,180

473,414

-

$

531,235

2,738

-

2,738

294,830

268,966

25,864 5,150

473,414

25,976

20,826

148,684

148,684

-

32,302

32,302

-

$ 3,586,359

$ 2,547,958

$ 1,038,401

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Chesterton Elementary School Mission: Chesterton administrators, staff, parents and students work together to provide a

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 7335 Wheatley St San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: 858-496-8070 ASES: $166,992 ELL: $83,809 Other: $2,581,004 Title I: $81,867

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,139,431

$ 1,853,008

236,109

-

236,109

12,605

11,605

1,000

1,948

-

1,948

247,144

247,144

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

79,989

-

79,989

3140 Health Services

30,704

15,038

15,666

1,041

-

1,041

146,064

146,064

-

18,637

18,637

-

$ 2,913,672

$ 2,291,496

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

$

286,423

622,176

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Chollas-Mead Elementary School Mission: To create a positive teaching and learning environment that facilitates and nurtures

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 545 45th St San Diego, CA 92102 Phone: 619-264-3113 ASES: $192,375 ELL: $210,522 Other: $3,686,661 Special Ed: $221,524 Title I: $270,356

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,193,753

$ 2,592,555

600,563

-

600,563

11,837

-

11,837

3,891

-

3,891

375,190

375,190

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

85,122

-

85,122

3140 Health Services

46,204

-

46,204

1,047

-

1,047

245,194

245,194

-

18,637

18,637

-

$ 4,581,438

$ 3,231,576

$ 1,349,862

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

601,198

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Clay Elementary School Henry Clay Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 6506 Solita Ave San Diego, CA 92115 Phone: 619-583-0690 ASES: $132,609 ELL: $42,712 Other: $1,933,395 Special Ed: $225,842 Title I: $77,656

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,325,671

$ 1,095,787

644,300

-

644,300

33,272

-

33,272

2420 Library Media and Tech

9,711

-

9,711

2495 Parent Participation

2,026

-

2,026

243,366

242,829

537

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

12,969

12,969

-

3140 Health Services

14,834

14,834

-

113,020

113,020

-

11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin

2700 School Administration

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

13,045

13,045

$ 2,412,214

$ 1,492,484

$

229,884

$

919,730

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Crown Point Elementary School Mission: To educate children in a highly motivating, rigorous environment where academic

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 4033 Ingraham St San Diego, CA 92109 Phone: 858-273-9830 ASES: $97,767 ELL: $41,013 Other: $1,606,027 Special Ed: $137,429 Title I: $56,189

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,269,251

$ 1,126,505

222,033

-

222,033

32,746

-

32,746

2490 Other Instr Resources

1,233

-

1,233

2495 Parent Participation

1,113

-

1,113

245,267

245,267

-

34,423

17,292

17,131

113,722

113,722

-

18,637

18,637

$ 1,938,425

$ 1,521,423

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

142,746

$

417,002

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Cubberley Elementary School Ellwood P. Cubberley Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 3201 Marathon Dr San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-496-8075 ASES: $150,418 ELL: $38,443 Other: $1,349,939 Special Ed: $68,274 Title I: $44,870

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$

Special Education

Unrestricted

932,979

$

282,640

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin

Restricted

766,104

$

-

166,875 282,640

58

-

58

25,388

4,648

20,740

2490 Other Instr Resources

450

-

450

2495 Parent Participation

949

-

949

220,222

213,119

7,103 37,556

2420 Library Media and Tech

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

50,894

13,338

3140 Health Services

12,789

12,789

-

115,636

115,636

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

9,939

9,939

$ 1,651,944

$ 1,135,573

$

516,371

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Curie Elementary School Marie Curie Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4080 Governor Dr San Diego, CA 92122 Phone: 858-453-4184 ELL: $27,099 Other: $2,853,261 Special Ed: $67,992

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,211,227

$ 2,196,789

245,614

-

$

14,438 245,614

2420 Library Media and Tech

29,132

29,132

-

2700 School Administration

237,159

237,159

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

31,579

31,579

-

3140 Health Services

29,011

16,350

12,661

148,479

148,479

-

16,151

16,151

-

$ 2,948,352

$ 2,675,639

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

272,713

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Dailard Elementary School Ralph Dailard Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 6425 Cibola Rd San Diego, CA 92120 Phone: 619-286-1550 ELL: $33,400 Other: $2,729,282 Special Ed: $97,601

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,138,739

$ 2,103,701

222,128

-

$

35,038 222,128

2420 Library Media and Tech

23,938

23,938

-

2700 School Administration

245,924

245,924

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

69,650

37,529

32,121

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers

1,175

-

1,175

146,305

146,305

-

12,424

12,424

-

$ 2,860,283

$ 2,569,821

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

290,462

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Dewey Elementary School George Dewey Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 3251 Rosecrans St San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: 619-223-8131 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $54,240 Other: $2,307,390 Special Ed: $115,149 Title I: $105,115

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,873,117

$ 1,615,460

413,432

-

$

257,657 413,432

1,960

-

1,960

229,434

228,738

696

30,177

13,046

17,131 22,536

37,795

15,259

120,707

120,707

-

15,897

15,897

-

$ 2,722,519

$ 2,009,107

$

713,412

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Dingeman Elementary School Colonel Robert E. Dingeman Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 11840 Scripps Creek Dr San Diego, CA 92131 Phone: 858-549-4437 ELL: $38,870 Other: $3,850,643 Special Ed: $170,032

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,971,547

$ 2,936,468

423,459

-

$

35,079 423,459

2420 Library Media and Tech

25,821

25,821

-

2700 School Administration

363,997

360,206

3,791

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

46,174

46,174

-

3130 Attendance And Social Work

28,474

28,474

-

3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

29,626

29,626

-

148,085

148,085

-

22,362

22,362

$ 4,059,545

$ 3,597,216

$

462,329

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Doyle Elementary School Zeta O. Doyle Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 3950 Berino Ct San Diego, CA 92122 Phone: 858-455-6230 ASES: $151,769 ELL: $146,134 Other: $3,781,820 Special Ed: $130,618 Title I: $70,339

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,191,696

$ 2,862,944

346,412

-

$

328,752 346,412

2,397

-

2,397

387,642

387,642

-

81,995

-

81,995

55,445

55,445

-

177,822

177,822

-

37,271

37,271

$ 4,280,680

$ 3,521,124

$

759,556

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Edison Elementary School Thomas Alva Edison Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 4077 35th St San Diego, CA 92104 Phone: 619-283-5961 ASES: $146,763 ELL: $191,344 Other: $4,239,021 Special Ed: $59,218 Title I: $255,824

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 4,061,674

$ 2,698,383

$ 1,363,291

351,820

-

351,820

2120 Instructional Research

11,276

-

11,276

2420 Library Media and Tech

5,000

-

5,000

2495 Parent Participation

4,588

-

4,588

292,319

278,817

13,502

11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

51,596

-

51,596

3140 Health Services

80,306

-

80,306 6,168

3160 Pupil Testing Services

6,168

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

7,545

7,545

-

19,878

19,878

-

$ 4,892,170

$ 3,004,623

$ 1,887,547

8300 Security Total

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Emerson-Bandini Elementary School Ralph Waldo Emerson/Juan Bandini Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 3510 Newton Ave San Diego, CA 92113 Phone: 619-525-7418 ASES: $160,511 ELL: $216,856 Other: $4,233,504 Special Ed: $243,809 Title I: $269,582

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,903,041

$ 2,518,271

$ 1,384,770

574,843

-

574,843

3,306

-

3,306

2700 School Administration

424,558

364,761

59,797

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation

122,293

-

122,293

3140 Health Services

73,043

100

72,943

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

10,754

9,767

987

8300 Security

12,424

12,424

-

$ 5,124,262

$ 2,905,323

$ 2,218,939

Total

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Encanto Elementary School Mission: To provide all students with rich learning opportunities in both academic and social

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 822 65th St San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: 619-264-3191 ASES: $145,598 ELL: $173,913 Other: $4,635,103 Special Ed: $235,475 Title I: $191,535

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,963,532

$ 2,590,138

$ 1,373,394

776,942

-

776,942

44,368

-

44,368

2490 Other Instr Resources

2,064

-

2,064

2495 Parent Participation

3,033

-

3,033

356,541

356,541

-

2,255

-

2,255

215,740

215,740

-

17,149

17,149

-

$ 5,381,624

$ 3,179,568

$ 2,202,056

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech

2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

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Ericson Elementary School Leif Ericson Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 11174 Westonhill Dr San Diego, CA 92126 Phone: 858-271-0505 ELL: $129,841 Other: $4,251,266 Title I: $57,836

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,951,561

$ 2,793,570

768,977

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

9,936

9,936

-

2495 Parent Participation

2,209

-

2,209

382,316

382,316

-

34,264

-

34,264 15,666

11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

157,991 768,977

45,592

29,926

213,651

213,651

-

30,437

30,437

-

$ 4,438,943

$ 3,459,836

$

979,107

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Euclid Elementary School Mission: We embrace the diversity and value of our community and work together to

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 4166 Euclid Ave San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-282-2192 ASES: $179,064 ELL: $223,160 Other: $3,243,728 Special Ed: $129,992 Title I: $280,372

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,136,066

$ 2,510,599

392,218

-

$

625,467

3,697

-

3,697

435,349

371,279

64,070

59,127

-

59,127

8,196

8,196

-

21,663

21,663

-

$ 4,056,316

$ 2,911,737

$ 1,144,579

392,218

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Fay Elementary School Mary Lanyon Fay Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 4080 52nd St San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-624-2600 ASES: $133,549 ELL: $225,829 Other: $3,505,223 Special Ed: $212,750 Title I: $289,207

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,011,495

$ 2,549,788

557,735

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

34,414

-

34,414

2490 Other Instr Resources

47,729

-

47,729 3,868

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

461,707 557,735

3,868

-

379,043

379,043

-

51,396

-

51,396 75,011

75,011

-

177,867

177,867

-

28,000

28,000

-

$ 4,366,558

$ 3,134,698

$ 1,231,860

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Field Elementary School Eugene Field Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4375 Bannock Ave San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-273-3323 ASES: $123,889 ELL: $71,541 Other: $1,708,811 Special Ed: $371,445 Title I: $97,966

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$ 1,278,032

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted $

Restricted

977,192

$

300,840

680,062

-

680,062

27,325

13,770

13,555

1,454

-

1,454

247,095

247,095

-

18,303

18,303

-

113,927

113,927

-

7,454

7,454

$ 2,373,652

$ 1,377,741

$

995,911

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Fletcher Elementary School Colonel Ed Fletcher Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 7666 Bobolink Way San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-496-8100 ASES: $134,495 ELL: $40,165 Other: $1,703,971 Special Ed: $221,524 Title I: $31,862

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Unrestricted

$ 1,127,095

Special Education

$

Restricted

983,534

$

143,561

551,586

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

25,821

25,821

-

2490 Other Instr Resources

25,000

-

25,000

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

551,586

920

-

920

248,289

211,248

37,041

37,036

37,036

-

113,164

113,164

-

3,106

3,106

$ 2,132,017

$ 1,373,909

$

758,108

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Florence Elementary School Mission: To develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create

Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 3914 1st Ave San Diego, CA 92103 Phone: 619-293-4440 ASES: $323,016 ELL: $62,363 Other: $1,881,296 Special Ed: $326,933 Title I: $71,982

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,440,933

$ 1,154,527

750,013

-

$

286,406 750,013

189,250

-

189,250

3,468

1,600

1,868

254,855

254,855

-

17,220

-

17,220

250

250

-

3,109

-

3,109

5000 Community Services

248

248

-

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers

628

-

628

3160 Pupil Testing Services

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops Total

5,616

5,616

-

$ 2,665,590

$ 1,417,096

$ 1,248,494

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Foster Elementary School Stephens Collins Foster Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 6550 51st St San Diego, CA 92120 Phone: 619-582-2728 ASES: $132,188 ELL: $63,893 Other: $2,307,226 Title I: $68,262

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,882,341

$ 1,615,991

242,515

-

$

266,350 242,515

2,000

-

2,000

164

-

164

1,624

-

1,624

287,429

287,429

-

1,233

-

1,233 18,531

18,531

-

120,823

120,823

-

14,909

14,909

-

$ 2,571,569

$ 2,039,152

$

532,417

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Franklin Elementary School Benjamin Franklin Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 4481 Copeland Ave San Diego, CA 92116 Phone: 619-284-9279 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $70,596 Other: $1,476,920 Special Ed: $106,939 Title I: $75,473

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$ 1,232,261

Special Education

Unrestricted $

Restricted

983,125

$

249,136

307,393

-

307,393

25,499

-

25,499

1,715

-

1,715

258,223

258,223

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

17,131

-

17,131

3140 Health Services

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

15,966

300

15,666

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

3,865

3,865

-

8300 Security

8,500

8,500

$ 1,870,553

$ 1,254,013

Total

$

616,540

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Freese Elementary School Elizabeth Freese Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 8140 Greenlawn Dr San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: 619-479-2727 ASES: $173,662 ELL: $102,420 Other: $2,531,952 Special Ed: $88,827 Title I: $142,954

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,069,486

$ 1,786,231

338,373

-

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin

22,537

-

22,537

2420 Library Media and Tech

11,342

-

11,342

2490 Other Instr Resources

76,016

-

76,016

2,226

-

2,226

258,862

258,862

-

34,264

-

34,264 14,936

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

283,255 338,373

41,806

26,870

173,720

173,720

-

11,183

11,183

-

$ 3,039,815

$ 2,256,866

$

782,949

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Gage Elementary School Lyman Judson Gage Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 6811 Bisby Lake Ave San Diego, CA 92119 Phone: 619-463-0202 ELL: $67,058 Other: $2,366,115 Special Ed: $191,760 Title I: $47,479

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,648,152

$ 1,556,181

525,614

-

$

525,614

91,971 1,414

1,414

-

241,908

234,797

7,111

22,479

11,298

11,181

3130 Attendance And Social Work

22,188

22,188

-

3140 Health Services

45,867

23,771

22,096 3,217

3900 Other Pupil Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

3,217

-

145,713

145,713

-

15,860

15,860

-

$ 2,672,412

$ 2,009,808

$

662,604

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Garfield Elementary School Mission: To provide a quality education for our diverse student population that takes into

Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 4487 Oregon St San Diego, CA 92116 Phone: 619-284-2076 ASES: $250,279 ELL: $86,038 Other: $2,156,524 Special Ed: $127,210 Title I: $125,811

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,018,194

$ 1,535,510

415,921

-

13,629

13,629

-

1,897

-

1,897

247,513

247,513

-

34,088

34,088

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

4,681

4,681

-

8300 Security

9,939

9,939

$ 2,745,862

$ 1,845,360

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services

Total

$

482,684 415,921

$

900,502

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Green Elementary School Myron B. Green Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 7030 Wandermere Dr San Diego, CA 92119 Phone: 619-460-5755 ASES: $85,430 ELL: $42,742 Other: $2,479,781 Special Ed: $101,009 Title I: $22,653

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,064,068

$ 1,914,521

248,616

-

248,616

1,278

-

1,278

2700 School Administration

281,989

281,989

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

118,892

118,892

-

16,772

16,772

-

$ 2,731,615

$ 2,332,174

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation

8300 Security Total

$

$

149,547

399,441

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Hage Elementary School Willard B. Hage Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 9750 Galvin Ave San Diego, CA 92126 Phone: 858-566-0273 ELL: $118,628 Other: $3,573,272 Special Ed: $217,052

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,684,690

$ 2,658,894

554,595

-

$

554,595

25,796 3,444

3,444

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

11,580

11,580

-

2700 School Administration

359,135

336,654

22,481

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

25,699

-

25,699

3140 Health Services

70,834

29,626

41,208

176,613

176,613

-

22,362

22,362

-

$ 3,908,952

$ 3,235,729

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

673,223

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Hamilton Elementary School Alexander Hamilton Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 2807 Fairmount Ave San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-262-2483 ASES: $185,629 ELL: $190,012 Other: $3,093,454 Special Ed: $144,758 Title I: $236,554

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,705,070

$ 2,068,965

472,897

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

10,358

-

10,358

2490 Other Instr Resources

30,406

-

30,406

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation

$

636,105 472,897

17,377

-

17,377

312,861

259,953

52,908

3140 Health Services

29,626

29,626

-

3600 Pupil Transportation

26,767

-

26,767

220,198

220,198

-

24,847

24,847

-

$ 3,850,407

$ 2,603,589

$ 1,246,818

2700 School Administration

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

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Hancock Elementary School Joy Bright Hancock Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 3303 Taussig St San Diego, CA 92124 Phone: 858-496-8310 ASES: $154,389 ELL: $70,664 Other: $3,877,393 Special Ed: $190,901 Title I: $152,997

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,121,707

$ 2,869,987

525,140

-

525,140

3,164

-

3,164

2700 School Administration

357,773

357,773

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

118,618

32,958

85,660 37,506

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation

3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

251,720

82,584

45,078

215,242

215,242

-

22,116

22,116

-

$ 4,446,344

$ 3,543,154

$

903,190

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Hardy Elementary School Edward L. Hardy Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 5420 Montezuma Rd San Diego, CA 92115 Phone: 619-582-0136 ASES: $127,301 ELL: $66,756 Other: $1,953,210 Special Ed: $29,609 Title I: $48,205

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,663,622

$ 1,449,005

114,213

-

$

214,617 114,213

36,675

16,135

20,540

1,312

-

1,312

257,020

257,020

-

29,275

-

29,275

115,510

115,510

-

7,454

7,454

$ 2,225,081

$ 1,845,124

$

379,957

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Hawthorne Elementary School Nathaniel Hawthorne Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4750 Lehrer Dr San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-273-3341 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $76,969 Other: $2,299,617 Special Ed: $320,981 Title I: $102,885

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 3700 Food Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,726,242

$ 1,442,848

741,863

-

$

283,394

9,936

9,936

-

57,860

-

57,860 1,715

741,863

1,715

-

245,496

245,496

-

29,626

29,626

-

800

800

-

119,539

119,539

-

8,000

8,000

-

$ 2,941,077

$ 1,856,245

$ 1,084,832

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Hearst Elementary School Phoebe A. Hearst Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 6230 Del Cerro Blvd San Diego, CA 92120 Phone: 619-583-5704 ELL: $12,591 Other: $2,440,948 Special Ed: $62,626

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,934,577

$ 1,922,186

180,454

-

$

12,391 180,454

2420 Library Media and Tech

11,580

11,580

-

2700 School Administration

247,216

247,016

200

3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

14,902

14,902

-

115,012

115,012

-

12,424

12,424

$ 2,516,165

$ 2,323,120

$

193,045

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Hickman Elementary School Albert Joe Hickman Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 10850 Montongo St San Diego, CA 92126 Phone: 858-271-5210 ELL: $106,532 Other: $3,238,540 Special Ed: $29,609 Title I: $35,960

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,515,179

$ 2,413,306

334,365

-

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin

13,605

-

13,605

2420 Library Media and Tech

25,293

-

25,293 1,721

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

101,873 334,365

1,721

-

290,984

290,984

-

14,287

14,287

-

15,138

15,138

-

175,222

175,222

-

24,847

24,847

$ 3,410,641

$ 2,933,784

$

476,857

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Holmes Elementary School Oliver Wendell Holmes Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4902 Mt. Ararat Dr San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: 858-496-8110 ELL: $31,912 Other: $2,947,358 Special Ed: $38,383

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,049,569

$ 2,032,358

495,651

-

$

17,211 495,651

2420 Library Media and Tech

25,821

25,821

-

2700 School Administration

266,560

251,859

14,701 17,255

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

17,255

-

3140 Health Services

29,626

29,626

-

119,505

119,505

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

13,666

13,666

$ 3,017,653

$ 2,472,835

$

544,818

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Horton Elementary School Alonzo E. Horton Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 5050 Guymon St San Diego, CA 92102 Phone: 619-264-0171 ASES: $147,781 ELL: $164,834 Other: $3,029,052 Special Ed: $251,133 Title I: $237,599

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,620,038

$ 2,108,590

612,441

-

3,771

931

2,840

281,859

279,127

2,732

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

66,544

17,292

49,252

3140 Health Services

69,379

6,776

62,603 1,175

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

511,448 612,441

1,175

-

150,345

150,345

-

24,847

24,847

-

$ 3,830,399

$ 2,587,908

$ 1,242,491

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Ibarra Elementary School Herbert Ibarra Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 4877 Orange Ave San Diego, CA 92115 Phone: 619-641-5400 ASES: $135,141 ELL: $196,680 Other: $2,800,782 Special Ed: $298,290 Title I: $228,212

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2140 In House Instr Staff Dev 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,627,523

$ 2,065,746

556,339

-

$

561,777

400

-

400

3,141

-

3,141

251,602

251,602

-

39,617

-

39,617

556,339

3,843

3,843

-

148,065

148,065

-

28,575

28,575

-

$ 3,659,105

$ 2,497,831

$ 1,161,274

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Jefferson Elementary School Thomas Jefferson Facts & Stats

Budget

Area: D Address: 3770 Utah St San Diego, CA 92104 Phone: 619-293-4406 ASES: $159,117 ELL: $86,553 Other: $1,885,476 Special Ed: $93,300 Title I: $109,397

Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,621,806

$ 1,338,579

283,316

-

283,316

25,567

10,329

15,238

1,732

-

1,732

2700 School Administration

246,027

246,027

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

104,406

11,551

92,855

29,336

11,849

17,487

163

-

163

1,047

-

1,047

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation

3140 Health Services 3160 Pupil Testing Services 7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

283,227

4,914

4,914

-

15,529

15,529

-

$ 2,333,843

$ 1,638,778

$

695,065

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Jerabek Elementary School Chauncy I. Jerabek Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 10050 Avenida Magnifica San Diego, CA 92131 Phone: 858-578-5330 ELL: $8,213 Other: $3,364,708 Special Ed: $132,322

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,477,497

$ 2,467,974

415,111

-

$

9,523 415,111

273,436

273,436

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

69,318

40,976

28,342

3140 Health Services

29,626

29,626

-

1,032

-

1,032

214,376

214,376

-

24,847

24,847

-

$ 3,505,243

$ 3,051,235

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

454,008

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Johnson Elementary School Henry C. Johnson Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 1355 Kelton Rd San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: 619-264-0103 ASES: $155,391 ELL: $92,599 Other: $2,790,037 Title I: $189,287

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,465,205

$ 2,108,408

233,698

-

233,698

41,733

35,157

6,576

2490 Other Instr Resources

2,811

-

2,811

2495 Parent Participation

2,766

-

2,766

264,048

264,048

-

31,324

10,273

21,051 47,276

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

356,797

47,576

300

119,963

119,963

-

18,190

18,190

-

$ 3,227,314

$ 2,556,339

$

670,975

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Jones Elementary School John Paul Jones Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 2751 Greyling Dr San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-496-8140 ASES: $130,781 ELL: $39,665 Other: $2,148,205 Special Ed: $277,266 Title I: $44,866

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,505,676

$ 1,325,721

695,339

-

21,912

21,912

-

1,221

-

1,221

268,683

234,547

34,136

17,292

17,292

-

119,477

119,477

-

11,183

11,183

$ 2,640,783

$ 1,730,132

$

179,955 695,339

$

910,651

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Joyner Elementary School Florence Griffith Joyner Microsociety Magnet Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 4271 Myrtle Ave San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-640-4000 ASES: $141,984 ELL: $205,476 Other: $3,439,225 Special Ed: $67,992 Title I: $239,176

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin 2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,792,185

$ 2,455,705

413,340

-

$

336,480

111,554

17,805

93,749

11,342

-

11,342

107,374

-

107,374

74,004

-

74,004

300,035

292,309

7,726

51,396

-

51,396

413,340

59,941

59,941

-

148,510

148,289

221

24,172

24,172

-

$ 4,093,853

$ 2,998,221

$ 1,095,632

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Juarez Elementary School Benito Juarez Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 2633 Melbourne Dr San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-496-8145 ASES: $146,382 ELL: $53,006 Other: $1,547,499 Special Ed: $135,984 Title I: $61,241

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$ 1,166,072

Special Education

Unrestricted $

Restricted

882,217

$

283,855

395,597

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

6,624

6,624

-

2495 Parent Participation

1,142

-

1,142

207,069

205,897

1,172

35,403

35,403

-

114,827

114,827

-

10,917

10,917

-

6,461

6,461

$ 1,944,112

$ 1,262,346

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8200 Operations 8300 Security Total

395,597

$

681,766

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Kimbrough Elementary School Dr. Jack J. Kimbrough Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 321 Hoitt St San Diego, CA 92102 Phone: 619-525-2010 ASES: $244,301 ELL: $189,824 Other: $2,746,477 Special Ed: $59,218 Title I: $275,025

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,649,248

$ 2,177,418

240,590

-

240,590

4,276

-

4,276

2420 Library Media and Tech

11,605

11,605

-

2490 Other Instr Resources

76,016

-

76,016

11xx

Special Education

2130 Curriculum Development

2495 Parent Participation

$

471,830

3,056

-

3,056

321,658

299,121

22,537

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

85,661

-

85,661

3140 Health Services

90,676

-

90,676

2700 School Administration

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

7,212

7,212

-

24,847

24,847

-

$ 3,514,845

$ 2,520,203

$

994,642

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Kumeyaay Elementary School Mission: Kumeyaay students will be lifelong learners whose skills and knowledge, along

Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 6475 Antigua Blvd San Diego, CA 92124 Phone: 858-279-1022 ELL: $16,699 Other: $2,835,794 Special Ed: $304,680

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,931,468

$ 1,930,468

770,176

-

770,176

261,764

246,065

15,699

31,228

31,228

-

147,008

147,008

-

15,529

15,529

$ 3,157,173

$ 2,370,298

$

1,000

$

786,875

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La Jolla Elementary Mission: To educate our students to become proficient and enthusiastic readers, writers and

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 1111 Marine St San Diego, CA 92037 Phone: 858-454-7196 Donations: $262,131 ELL: $22,172 Other: $3,074,795

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2700 School Administration 3120 Psychological Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,643,279

$ 2,621,107

263,575

-

$

263,575

22,172

31,696

31,696

-

568

568

-

245,416

245,416

-

22,071

22,071

-

147,524

147,524

-

4,969

4,969

$ 3,359,098

$ 3,073,351

$

285,747

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Lafayette Elementary School Marquis De Lafayette Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 6125 Printwood Way San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-496-8160 ASES: $161,367 ELL: $55,860 Other: $1,890,937 Title I: $73,010

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,371,305

$ 1,066,464

385,658

-

$

304,841

10,436

10,436

-

6,514

-

6,514

385,658

1,335

-

1,335

2700 School Administration

250,647

248,717

1,930

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

147,825

147,825

-

7,454

7,454

$ 2,181,174

$ 1,480,896

8300 Security Total

$

700,278

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Lee Elementary School Robert E. Lee Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 6196 Childs Ave San Diego, CA 92139 Phone: 619-475-2020 ASES: $176,476 ELL: $85,529 Other: $2,621,869 Title I: $128,965

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,985,583

$ 1,637,380

541,984

-

541,984

2420 Library Media and Tech

9,711

-

9,711

2495 Parent Participation

4,113

-

4,113

220,560

220,560

-

51,396

-

51,396

11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

348,203

33,888

33,888

-

147,590

147,590

-

18,014

18,014

$ 3,012,839

$ 2,057,432

$

955,407

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Linda Vista Elementary School Mission: All students will achieve the highest level of learning and academic excellence in a

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 2772 Ulric St San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: 858-496-8196 ASES: $189,633 ELL: $164,890 Other: $3,400,582 Title I: $195,198

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,535,575

$ 1,996,159

763,033

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

30,731

27,444

3,287

2490 Other Instr Resources

15,000

-

15,000

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

$

539,416 763,033

40,109

37,422

2,687

251,160

249,245

1,915

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

79,114

-

79,114

3140 Health Services

75,011

-

75,011 1,105

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

1,105

-

148,282

148,282

-

11,183

11,183

-

$ 3,950,303

$ 2,469,735

$ 1,480,568

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Lindbergh-Schweitzer Elementary Charles A. Lindbergh/Albert E. Schweitzer Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4133 Albertine Ave San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: 858-496-8400 ASES: $194,339 ELL: $98,577 Other: $5,336,885 Special Ed: $38,665 Title I: $128,832

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,544,643

$ 2,146,558

2,212,119

-

$

398,085

40,528

40,528

-

2,607

-

2,607

461,418

364,462

96,956

87,134

28,882

58,252

2,212,119

3140 Health Services

36,271

-

36,271

3600 Pupil Transportation

55,176

-

55,176 1,175

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

1,175

-

327,941

327,941

-

28,286

28,286

-

$ 5,797,298

$ 2,936,657

$ 2,860,641

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Loma Portal Elementary School Mission: To inspire all students to realize and achieve their optimal potential to be

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 3341 Browning St San Diego, CA 92106 Phone: 619-223-1683 Donations: $12,084 ELL: $38,916 Other: $2,086,532 Title I: $19,522

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,579,493

$ 1,522,094

147,820

-

$

57,399

11,922

11,922

-

1,039

-

1,039

245,242

245,242

-

38,150

38,150

-

113,961

113,961

-

19,427

19,427

-

$ 2,157,054

$ 1,950,796

147,820

$

206,258

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Marshall Elementary School John Marshall Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 3550 Altadena Ave San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-283-5924 ASES: $106,605 ELL: $169,813 Other: $3,760,967 Special Ed: $38,383 Title I: $249,065

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,373,101

$ 2,210,955

$ 1,162,146

372,076

-

372,076

2,868

-

2,868

271,490

271,490

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

51,396

-

51,396

3140 Health Services

46,302

29,173

17,129

3,418

-

3,418

179,335

179,335

-

24,847

24,847

-

$ 4,324,833

$ 2,715,800

$ 1,609,033

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Marvin Elementary School John G. Marvin Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 5720 Brunswick Ave San Diego, CA 92120 Phone: 619-583-1355 ELL: $28,186 Other: $2,014,473 Title I: $8,972

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,288,537

$ 1,252,044

381,003

-

3,444

3,444

-

665

-

665

2700 School Administration

252,602

252,602

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

119,380

119,380

-

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation

8300 Security Total

6,000

6,000

$ 2,051,631

$ 1,633,470

$

36,493 381,003

$

418,161

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Mason Elementary School Lowell Mason Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 10340 San Ramon Dr San Diego, CA 92126 Phone: 858-271-0410 ASES: $170,442 ELL: $132,693 Other: $3,953,693 Special Ed: $118,436 Title I: $109,016

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,210,389

$ 2,875,337

497,547

-

497,547

2420 Library Media and Tech

6,473

-

6,473

2495 Parent Participation

2,806

-

2,806

398,853

398,853

-

79,184

17,922

61,262 29,011

11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

335,052

29,511

500

214,171

214,171

-

45,346

45,346

-

$ 4,484,280

$ 3,552,129

$

932,151

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

McKinley Elementary School William McKinley Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 3045 Felton St San Diego, CA 92104 Phone: 619-282-7694 ASES: $249,857 ELL: $59,882 Other: $2,537,417 Title I: $47,479

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,962,569

$ 1,637,397

592,476

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

14,342

-

14,342

2490 Other Instr Resources

13,701

-

13,701

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

325,172 592,476

2,628

-

2,628

276,791

252,963

23,828

14,938

14,938

-

4,766

4,766

-

12,424

12,424

$ 2,894,635

$ 1,922,488

$

972,147

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Miller Elementary School Doris Miller Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 4343 Shields St San Diego, CA 92124 Phone: 858-496-8319 ASES: $135,551 ELL: $69,464 Other: $3,745,170 Special Ed: $336,517 Title I: $117,669

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,914,259

$ 2,655,713

743,774

-

2140 In House Instr Staff Dev

3,613

-

3,613

2420 Library Media and Tech

11,522

-

11,522

11xx

Special Education

2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

$

258,546 743,774

125

125

-

2,800

-

2,800

370,388

357,139

13,249

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

80,341

17,292

63,049

3140 Health Services

15,889

15,889

-

1,047

-

1,047

242,411

242,411

-

18,202

18,202

-

$ 4,404,371

$ 3,306,771

$ 1,097,600

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Miramar Ranch Elementary School Mission: To partner with students, parents, teachers and community members to develop

Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 10770 Red Cedar Dr San Diego, CA 92131 Phone: 858-271-0470 ELL: $30,385 Other: $3,697,142

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,891,582

$ 2,886,634

264,921

-

264,921

27,489

27,489

-

1,250

1,250

-

316,357

296,060

20,297

17,245

12,105

5,140

400

400

-

174,738

174,738

-

33,545

33,545

$ 3,727,527

$ 3,432,221

$

4,948

$

295,306

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Normal Heights Elementary School Mission: Students will articulate their critical and creative thinking fluidly, use computer/

Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 3750 Ward Rd San Diego, CA 92116 Phone: 619-584-6000 ASES: $130,078 ELL: $88,999 Other: $1,895,389 Title I: $123,631

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,445,580

$ 1,161,504

234,670

-

$

234,670

66,428

-

66,428

1,727

-

1,727

271,007

271,007

-

60,400

-

60,400

145,233

145,233

-

13,052

13,052

-

$ 2,238,097

$ 1,590,796

$

284,076

647,301

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Nye Elementary School Martha Nye Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 981 Valencia Pkwy San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: 619-527-4901 ASES: $192,020 ELL: $114,887 Other: $2,868,962 Special Ed: $29,609 Title I: $141,676

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,481,883

$ 2,094,902

292,405

-

$

386,981 292,405

68,092

11,605

56,487

2,641

-

2,641

252,143

252,143

-

25,699

-

25,699

41,845

41,845

-

147,660

147,660

-

34,786

34,786

$ 3,347,154

$ 2,582,941

$

764,213

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Oak Park Elementary School Mission: To provide a nurturing and enriched academic program to develop the whole child

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 2606 54th St San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-264-3179 ASES: $183,797 ELL: $167,490 Other: $3,499,461 Special Ed: $38,665 Title I: $205,928

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,063,972

$ 2,559,906

404,961

-

404,961

29,824

-

29,824

3,996

622

3,374

2700 School Administration

250,793

250,185

608

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

122,897

58,652

64,245

11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation

3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

504,066

38,150

38,150

-

150,931

150,931

-

29,817

29,817

-

$ 4,095,341

$ 3,088,263

$ 1,007,078

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Ocean Beach Elementary School

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 4741 Santa Monica Ave San Diego, CA 92107 Phone: 619-223-1631 ASES: $142,031 ELL: $41,375 Other: $2,298,537 Special Ed: $38,665 Title I: $62,591

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,815,664

$ 1,607,649

320,697

-

$

208,015 320,697

25,293

-

25,293

1,528

-

1,528

245,797

245,797

-

11,161

-

11,161

29,626

29,626

-

118,524

118,524

-

14,909

14,909

$ 2,583,199

$ 2,016,505

$

566,694

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Pacific Beach Elementary School

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 1234 Tourmaline St San Diego, CA 92109 Phone: 858-488-8316 ASES: $120,875 ELL: $54,395 Other: $1,902,388 Special Ed: $29,609 Title I: $22,085

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,516,683

$ 1,331,891

133,147

-

$

184,792 133,147

25,458

5,163

20,295

960

-

960

245,374

245,069

305

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

47,403

17,292

30,111

3140 Health Services

37,987

22,892

15,095

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

1,105

-

1,105

113,521

113,521

-

7,714

7,714

$ 2,129,352

$ 1,743,542

$

385,810

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Paradise Hills Elementary School

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 5816 Alleghany St San Diego, CA 92139 Phone: 619-479-3145 ASES: $78,775 ELL: $69,137 Other: $2,140,533 Title I: $100,430

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,409,111

$ 1,164,408

539,800

-

539,800

2420 Library Media and Tech

9,865

-

9,865

2495 Parent Participation

1,590

-

1,590

251,126

251,126

-

15,666

-

15,666

146,188

146,188

-

15,529

15,529

-

$ 2,388,875

$ 1,577,251

11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

$

244,703

811,624

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Penn Elementary School William Penn Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 2797 Utica Dr San Diego, CA 92139 Phone: 619-479-5638 ASES: $184,219 ELL: $74,099 Other: $2,458,684 Title I: $105,010

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,787,434

$ 1,509,935

467,046

-

$

277,499

9,865

-

9,865

98,555

-

98,555 1,920

467,046

1,920

-

2700 School Administration

274,043

274,043

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

174,452

174,452

-

8300 Security Total

8,697

8,697

$ 2,822,012

$ 1,967,127

$

854,885

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Perry Elementary School Oliver Hazard Perry Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 6290 Oriskany Rd San Diego, CA 92139 Phone: 619-479-4040 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $57,710 Other: $2,494,546 Title I: $76,842

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,706,255

$ 1,538,060

557,567

-

$

168,195 557,567

25,717

20,657

5,060

1,624

-

1,624

229,360

229,360

-

85,660

-

85,660 14,638

29,450

14,812

115,453

115,453

-

18,637

18,637

-

$ 2,769,723

$ 1,936,979

$

832,744

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Porter Elementary School Walter Porter Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 4800 T St San Diego, CA 92113 Phone: 619-266-4500 ASES: $162,726 ELL: $228,278 Other: $6,256,027 Special Ed: $38,383 Title I: $352,597

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin 2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 5,444,277

$ 4,785,729

655,631

-

$

658,548

9,054

-

9,054

25,660

12,911

12,749 4,214

655,631

4,214

-

461,580

456,731

4,849

74,973

32,142

42,831 56,258

56,258

-

245,932

245,932

-

60,432

60,432

-

$ 7,038,011

$ 5,593,877

$ 1,444,134

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Rodriguez Elementary School Laura G. Rodriguez Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 825 South 31st Ave San Diego, CA 92113 Phone: 619-699-4500 ASES: $129,334 ELL: $202,300 Other: $3,212,646 Special Ed: $160,227 Title I: $238,670

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,132,032

$ 2,562,849

409,862

-

409,862

3,192

-

3,192

284,326

284,326

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

42,831

-

42,831

3140 Health Services

45,415

45,415

-

8,126

8,126

-

17,393

17,393

-

$ 3,943,177

$ 2,918,109

$ 1,025,068

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

569,183

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Rolando Park Elementary School Mission: To provide a nurturing and learning environment that promotes the cognitive,

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 6620 Marlowe Dr San Diego, CA 92115 Phone: 619-582-5414 ASES: $93,696 ELL: $48,752 Other: $1,971,949 Title I: $63,845

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Unrestricted

$ 1,017,050

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

Restricted

789,315

$

227,735

784,560

-

784,560

1,011

-

1,011

237,318

237,318

-

13,046

13,046

-

120,288

120,288

-

4,969

4,969

-

$ 2,178,242

$ 1,164,936

$ 1,013,306

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Rosa Parks Elementary School Mission: To prepare highly literate students who are motivated to be lifelong learners,

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 4510 Landis St San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-282-6803 ASES: $122,766 ELL: $310,055 Other: $5,698,009 Special Ed: $73,324 Title I: $445,765

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 3600 Pupil Transportation 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 4,399,746

$ 3,724,785

822,769

-

$

674,961

68,740

43,303

25,437

118,278

-

118,278

822,769

4,953

-

4,953

711,949

419,880

292,069

85,662

-

85,662

153,727

59,941

93,786 32,516

32,516

-

221,362

221,362

-

30,217

30,217

-

$ 6,649,919

$ 4,499,488

$ 2,150,431

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Ross Elementary School Pete W. Ross Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 7470 Bagdad St San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: 858-496-8300 ASES: $166,992 ELL: $89,311 Other: $2,255,734 Title I: $120,100

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2490 Other Instr Resources 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,995,252

$ 1,633,473

199,085

-

$

361,779 199,085

6,574

-

6,574

13,738

4,142

9,596

1,840

-

1,840

254,048

254,048

-

19,195

5,979

13,216 5,851

5,851

-

121,554

121,554

-

15,000

15,000

-

$ 2,632,137

$ 2,034,196

$

597,941

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Rowan Elementary School Stephen Rowan Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 1755 Rowan St San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: 619-262-7541 ASES: $135,141 ELL: $57,564 Other: $1,804,169 Title I: $88,592

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$ 1,157,928

Special Education

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted $

Restricted

948,750

$

209,178

544,627

-

544,627

93,215

-

93,215

2,843

1,486

1,357

255,419

255,419

-

15,789

15,789

-

3,221

3,221

-

12,424

12,424

-

$ 2,085,466

$ 1,237,089

$

848,377

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Sandburg Elementary School Carl Sandburg Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 11230 Avenida del Gato San Diego, CA 92126 Phone: 858-566-0510 ELL: $115,103 Other: $3,442,470 Special Ed: $139,674 Title I: $26,338

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,798,189

$ 2,688,145

344,628

-

$

110,044

25,821

25,821

-

1,687

-

1,687

252,173

252,173

-

34,423

17,292

17,131

344,628

3130 Attendance And Social Work

28,474

28,474

-

3140 Health Services

38,314

25,735

12,579

175,029

175,029

-

24,847

24,847

-

$ 3,723,585

$ 3,237,516

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

486,069

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Scripps, E.B. Elementary School Ellen Browning Scripps Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 11778 Cypress Canyon Rd San Diego, CA 92131 Phone: 858-693-8593 Donations: $117,627 ELL: $27,920 Other: $3,430,431 Special Ed: $92,235

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,690,317

$ 2,662,397

400,118

-

$

27,920 400,118

2420 Library Media and Tech

40,031

40,031

-

2700 School Administration

254,895

254,895

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

25,940

25,940

-

3140 Health Services

29,826

29,826

-

185,838

185,838

-

41,248

41,248

-

$ 3,668,213

$ 3,240,175

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

428,038

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Sequoia Elementary School Mission: To develop life-long learners, functioning successfully in the 21st century through a

Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4690 Limerick Ave San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-496-8240 ASES: $130,781 ELL: $40,312 Other: $1,551,189 Title I: $46,757

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Unrestricted

$ 1,129,823

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

Restricted

959,201

$

170,622

202,746

-

202,746

25,313

-

25,313

1,011

-

1,011

251,997

251,847

150

32,890

12,136

20,754

116,066

116,066

-

9,193

9,193

$ 1,769,039

$ 1,348,443

$

420,596

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Sessions Elementary School Kate Sessions Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 2150 Beryl St San Diego, CA 92109 Phone: 858-273-3111 ELL: $7,666 Other: $2,514,910 Special Ed: $33,017

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,632,900

$ 1,625,234

563,057

-

$

7,666 563,057

2700 School Administration

226,636

226,636

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

120,576

120,576

-

8300 Security Total

12,424

12,424

$ 2,555,593

$ 1,984,870

$

570,723

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Sherman Elementary School Matthew Sherman Facts & Stats Area: D Address: 450 24th St San Diego, CA 92102 Phone: 619-525-7425 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $166,702 Other: $3,030,638 Title I: $198,325

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,855,967

$ 2,218,008

386,550

-

386,550

2,652

-

2,652

239,495

239,495

-

38,160

38,160

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

6,135

6,135

-

8300 Security

7,331

7,331

-

$ 3,536,290

$ 2,509,129

$ 1,027,161

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services

Total

$

637,959

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Silver Gate Elementary School Mission: To create capable and responsible citizens by supporting teaching and learning in

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 1499 Venice St San Diego, CA 92107 Phone: 619-222-1139 ELL: $7,938 Other: $2,953,213 Special Ed: $38,383

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,149,685

$ 2,141,747

458,189

-

$

458,189

7,938 -

7,949

7,949

2700 School Administration

245,834

245,834

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

122,968

122,968

-

8300 Security Total

14,909

14,909

$ 2,999,534

$ 2,533,407

$

466,127

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Spreckels Elementary School John D. Spreckels Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 6033 Stadium St San Diego, CA 92122 Phone: 858-453-5377 ASES: $156,023 ELL: $121,956 Other: $3,982,009 Special Ed: $26,200 Title I: $40,325

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 3,412,926

$ 3,115,753

231,367

-

$

297,173 231,367

15,101

-

15,101

2,147

-

2,147

394,868

394,868

-

34,585

34,585

26,336

26,336

-

178,122

178,122

-

31,061

31,061

-

$ 4,326,513

$ 3,754,389

$

572,124

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Sunset View Elementary School Mission: To create avid lifelong readers, writers, mathematicians, scientists and artists who

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 4365 Hill St San Diego, CA 92107 Phone: 619-223-7156 Donations: $35,206 ELL: $12,318 Other: $2,415,229

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,801,035

$ 1,788,717

222,569

-

$

12,318 222,569

2420 Library Media and Tech

59,606

59,606

-

2700 School Administration

245,338

245,338

-

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

121,781

121,781

-

12,424

12,424

-

$ 2,462,753

$ 2,227,866

8300 Security Total

$

234,887

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Tierrasanta Elementary School Mission: To foster a learning environment characterized by mutual respect and to enrich

Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 5450 La Cuenta Dr San Diego, CA 92124 Phone: 858-496-8255 ELL: $49,841 Other: $2,724,743

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,785,354

$ 1,713,060

525,084

-

$

72,294 525,084

2420 Library Media and Tech

11,922

11,922

-

2700 School Administration

240,401

240,401

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

29,556

29,556

-

3140 Health Services

15,348

15,348

-

148,282

148,282

-

18,637

18,637

-

$ 2,774,584

$ 2,177,206

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

597,378

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Toler Elementary School William P. Toler Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 3350 Baker St San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-273-0294 ASES: $194,169 ELL: $50,973 Other: $1,812,074 Special Ed: $29,609 Title I: $33,442

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

$ 1,268,339

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted $

Restricted

985,575

$

282,764

443,524

-

443,524

25,739

19,366

6,373

937

-

937

226,842

226,842

-

29,455

15,405

14,050

115,492

115,492

-

9,939

9,939

$ 2,120,267

$ 1,372,619

$

747,648

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Torrey Pines Elementary School Mission: To provide an environment conducive to student learning where each child feels

Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 8350 Cliffridge Ave San Diego, CA 92037 Phone: 858-453-2323 Donations: $158,607 ELL: $21,898 Other: $2,337,190

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,994,287

$ 1,941,269

155,705

-

155,705

222,252

208,361

13,891

14,778

14,778

-

100

100

-

115,664

115,664

-

14,909

14,909

$ 2,517,695

$ 2,295,081

$

53,018

$

222,614

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Valencia Park Elementary School

Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 5880 Skyline Dr San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: 619-264-0125 ASES: $150,117 ELL: $109,483 Other: $2,957,398 Title I: $167,023

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,199,745

$ 1,795,903

627,045

-

$

403,842 627,045

2,601

-

2,601

269,590

260,646

8,944

35,788

19,204

16,584 18,134

56,659

38,525

177,684

177,684

-

14,909

14,909

-

$ 3,384,021

$ 2,306,871

$ 1,077,150

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Vista Grande Elementary School Mission: To provide each student with an exceptional education in a compassionate, diverse

Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 5606 Antigua Blvd San Diego, CA 92124 Phone: 858-496-8290 ASES: $126,352 ELL: $40,569 Other: $2,218,912 Title I: $39,488

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,635,657

$ 1,411,805

326,146

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

7,949

7,949

-

2495 Parent Participation

1,255

-

1,255

242,611

242,611

-

44,399

38,586

5,813

147,753

147,753

-

19,551

19,551

-

$ 2,425,321

$ 1,868,255

11xx

Special Education

2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

223,852 326,146

$

557,066

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Walker Elementary School Mary Chase Walker Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 9225 Hillery Dr San Diego, CA 92126 Phone: 858-271-8050 ASES: $139,877 ELL: $119,297 Other: $3,268,309 Title I: $124,419

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 2,514,910

$ 2,211,569

508,075

-

$

303,341

25,821

25,821

-

2,465

-

2,465

508,075

277,411

277,411

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

67,674

-

67,674

3140 Health Services

31,333

-

31,333

1,233

-

1,233

204,343

204,343

-

18,637

18,637

-

$ 3,651,902

$ 2,737,781

3160 Pupil Testing Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

914,121

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Washington Elementary School George Washington Facts & Stats Area: C Address: 1789 State St San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: 619-525-7475 ASES: $172,266 ELL: $74,669 Other: $1,684,260 Title I: $85,977

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2130 Curriculum Development 2420 Library Media and Tech 2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,422,821

$ 1,137,715

192,692

-

$

285,106

1,692

-

1,692

50,095

-

50,095

192,692

1,909

500

1,409

257,741

251,538

6,203

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

38,758

8,647

30,111

3140 Health Services

28,588

16,089

12,499

7210 General Admin Cost Transfers

1,105

-

1,105

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops

4,378

4,378

-

17,393

17,393

$ 2,017,172

$ 1,436,260

8300 Security Total

$

580,912

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Webster Elementary School Noah Webster Facts & Stats Area: E Address: 4801 Elm St San Diego, CA 92102 Phone: 619-263-6628 ASES: $175,781 ELL: $87,416 Other: $2,284,823 Title I: $153,530

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,868,292

$ 1,427,624

350,216

-

350,216

2,209

-

2,209

232,750

232,750

-

3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc

30,936

30,936

-

3140 Health Services

50,538

31,786

18,752

149,216

149,216

-

17,393

17,393

-

$ 2,701,550

$ 1,889,705

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration

8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

$

440,668

811,845

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Wegeforth Elementary School Harry M. Wegeforth Facts & Stats Area: B Address: 3443 Ediwhar Ave San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-496-8274 ASES: $140,625 ELL: $38,950 Other: $1,659,950 Title I: $59,707

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,276,946

$ 1,061,740

194,438

-

2100 Supervision of Inst & Admin

13,926

13,926

-

2420 Library Media and Tech

28,243

15,493

12,750 2,159

11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3110 Guidance And Counseling Svc 3140 Health Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

$

215,206 194,438

2,159

-

217,456

216,956

500

17,514

8,847

8,667

14,834

14,834

-

115,079

115,079

-

18,637

18,637

$ 1,899,232

$ 1,465,512

$

433,720

School Profiles & Budgets | Elementary

Whitman Elementary School Walt Whitman Facts & Stats Area: A Address: 4050 Appleton St San Diego, CA 92117 Phone: 858-273-2700 ASES: $138,938 ELL: $69,878 Other: $2,101,680 Title I: $80,120

Budget Original Budget General Fund All Resources

Code Program 1000 Instruction 11xx

Special Education

2495 Parent Participation 2700 School Administration 3140 Health Services 3160 Pupil Testing Services 8100 Plant Maintenance & Ops 8300 Security Total

Unrestricted

Restricted

$ 1,357,004

$ 1,054,803

626,466

-

$

302,201 626,466

1,437

-

1,437

245,888

245,888

-

33,766

23,045

10,721

117

-

117

120,969

120,969