Presentation on theme: "Lodi Unified School District Local Control Funding Formula Budget Revision Board of Education and Community Update."— Presentation transcript:
Lodi Unified School District Local Control Funding Formula Budget Revision Board of Education and Community Update
LCFF Funding Formula LCFF Supplemental Funding Funding base on qualified student population English Learner, Low Income & Foster Students 71.28% Unduplicated Count Supplement Not Supplant CTE 2.6% 9-12 base LCFF Base Funding K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12 All State Educational Programs All Students Districts’ Core Program 10.4% of K-3 Base Funding CSR Concentrated Funding Each English Learner and Low Income above 55% of Student Population 16.28% Add-on Targeted Instructional Improvement Grant Home-to-School Transportation Economic Recovery Target
LCFF Funding 2013-14 Base on County Estimates Base Revenue\Categoricals BRL*$143,035,970 County RL (126,119) Categorical 27,936,921 – Total$170,846,772 Local Control Funding Formula Base$180,330,623 County RL (172,796) – Total $180,197,827 Additional Funding Under LCFF $9,351,055 *Non-Certified Base Revenue
LCFF Calculation Base on Lodi Unified Estimates Local Control Funding Formula Target$257,984,268 Transition Base Funding (BRL + Cats)$170,846,772 – Difference Target – Transition$ 87,137,496 – (Difference) $88,022,722 X 11.78%$ 10,264,797 – Less County RL Transfer (Community Day School ADA) -132,796 $ 10,132,001 Total Entitlement $180,978,773
Categoricals Eliminated Advanced Placement Fee Waiver Instructional Materials Block Grant Alternative Credentialing International Baccalaureate Diploma Program California High School Exit Exam Tutoring National Board Certification Incentives California School Age Families Oral Health Assessments Categorical Programs for New Schools Physical Education Block Grant Certificated Staff Mentoring Principal Training Charter School Block Grant Professional Development Block Grant Civic Education Professional Development for Math and English Community-Based English Tutoring School and Library Improvement Block Grant Community Day School (extra hours) School Safety Deferred Maintenance School Safety Competitive Grant Economic Impact Aid Staff Development Educational Technology Student Councils Gifted and Talented Education Summer School Programs Grade 7 ‑ 12 Counseling Teacher Credentialing Block Grant High School Class Size Reduction Teacher Dismissal
Retained Categorical Retained Programs Adults in Correctional Facilities After School Education and Safety Agricultural Vocational Education American Indian Education Centers and Early Childhood Education Program Assessments Child Nutrition Foster Youth Services Mandates Block Grant Partnership Academies Quality Education Improvement Act Special Education Specialized Secondary Programs State Preschool
Apples to Oranges Categorical Class Size Reduction CSR Funding $5,138,658 Cost of 28:1 $5,665,908 LCFF Weighted CSR ($723 x.6985*) x K-3 ADA 8324.88 = $4,204,193 Difference $934,465,000 *Problem: LCFF does tell us how dollars are to be distributed (Resource) among Base Grant, Supplemental, and Concentrated. How should new dollars be counted?
LCFF Change To Budget – Revenue$224,566,568 – Expenditures$226,810,422 ($1,921,392 intervention) Deficit LCFF 2013-14 is a year of Transition. The State Board continues to work with major stakeholders to develop policy and regulations. Next steps identify budgeted expenditures to LCFF. Stay tuned next major budget update 1 st Interim.