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AOCT#


mMDESOUPnON


ADOPTB)


ACTUAL


ADOPTED


ADOPTED 12/20/04






FY 2003-2004


FY 2003-2004


FY 2004-2005


FY 2006-2006














CENTRAL OFFICE ADMINISTAnON






















11-2320-UO


ADMINETRATIVE SALARIES


319,415.00


328,193.94


339,164.00


355,171.00


11-2320-Ul


TPEA9URER&BRD MINUTES


1,500.00


1,194.83


1,500.00


1,500.00


11-2320-m


SPECIAL ED ADMIN SAURIES


0.00




0.0O


85,000,00


11-2320-U4


SUPPLEMENTAL SALARIES


1,000.00


1,000.00


0.00


1,000,00


11-2320-U5


SECRETARIES SALARIES


132,«0.00


139,630.26


141,520.00


149,413.00


11-2320-U7


HUMAN RESOURCES (.05)


46,125.00


46,400.00


47,970.00


49,938.00














11-2320-211


HEALTH INSURANCE


95,000.00


101,235.28


121,000.00


131,244.00


11-2320-212


DENTAL INSURANCE


8,075.00


5,545.19


6,500.00


6,922.00


11-2320-213


Ure INSURANCE


3,534.00


2,997.47


3,534.00


3,400.00


11-2320-214


DISAHLTTY INSURANCE


3,900.00


4,458.98


4,000.00


4,267.00


11-23^231


IDNGEVITY


600,00


1,011.69


1,100.00


1,136.00


11-2320-232


REHREMENT (6.81%)


28,804.00


30,079.81


32,000.00


37,850.00


11-2320-220


HCA (7.69%)


37,425.00


39,052.07


41,000.00


-2,700.00


11-2320-250


WORKERS COMPENSATION


3,228.00


3,365.54


3,000.00


3,200.00


11-2320-260


UNEMPUDYMEMTCOMP.


490.00


(95.43)


300.00


384.00


11-2320-290


CONFERENCES


5,000.00


4,724.10


5,000.00


5,000.00


11-2320-270


COURSE RHMBUFSEME^rTS


1,500.00


1,415.00


3,000.00


3,300.00














11-2320-320


STAF TRAINING


26,000.00


20,633.11


25,000.00


25,000,00


11-2320-371


AUDFT EXPENSE


5,000.00


5,311,00


5,500.00^


6,000.00


11-2320-372


LEGAL EXPENSE


4,000.00


5,720.20


7,000.00


7,000.00


11-2320-373


MENTORTRAINING


6,225.00


1,852.66


6,225.00


6,500.00














11-2320-450


RENT


65,400.00


64,810.00


67,362.00


69,600.00


11-2320-440


REPAIR &MAINTlNANaE


9,000.00


6,291.36


7,500.00


7,500.00














11-2320-520


ERRORS AND OMISaONS


5,400.00


-


5,400.00


1,400.00


11-2320-521


PROPERTY INSURANCE


1,750.00


2,561.00


1,750.00


2,750.00


11-2320-531


TREPHONE


13,000.00


7,788.50


13,000.00


13,000.00


11-2320-532


POSTAL


12,000.00


1,698.13


12,000.00


12,000.00


11-2320-580


TRAVEL


14,000.00


11,870.28


14,000.00


14,600.00














11-2320-610


SUPPLIES


13,000.00


10,544.12


10,000.00


13,500,00


11-2320-611


MAirfTEWNCE oo^my^crED


2,400.00


4,117.50


2,400,00


4,500.00














11-2320-733


LEASH) ECJUIPMENT


20,043.00


27,802.17


20,043.00


19,000.00


11-2320-734


EQUIPMENT


0.00


- 0.00


0.00


0.00














11-2320-SlO


DUES&SUBSCRIPnONS


1,400.00


8,875.43


6,400.00


10,000.00


11-2320-^0


COffTINGENCY


2,500.00


2,657.84


2,500.00


2,500.00


















889,1944)0


692,74103


957,668.00


1^097,275.00















137



2Q03 School District Report - SAU 16 Proposed Budget 2005-2006



SAU# 16 BUDGET


FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006


Aca#


ITEM DESCRIPTION


ADOPTED


AaUAL


ADOPTED


ADOPTED 12/20/04






FY 2003-2004


FY 2003-2004


FY 2004-2005


FY 2005-2006














FISCAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATON






















11-2321-110


BUSINESS MANAGER


51,800.00


62,307,69


62,400.00


65,520.00


11-2321-116


HSCALSVS. MGR.SAL.


95,722.00


105,26Z48


94,000.00


98,657.00


11-2321-115


NEW CLERICAL POSITION


26,000.00


13,009.88


26,000.00


29,426.00


11-2321-130


payroll; A/P SALARIES


94,524.00


100,239,30


101,300.00


105,306.00














11-2321-211


HEALTH INSURANCE


74,000.00


75,680.29


100,6^6.00


113,850.00


11-2321-212


DENTAL INSURANCE


3,125,00


2,251.70


3,125.00


2,954.00


11-2321-213


LFE INSURANCE


2,690,00


466,40


500.00


530.00


11-2321-214


DEAfflLTTY INSURANCE


2,100.00


1,362.05


2,170.00


2,345.00


11-2321-220


F.LC.A.


21,271.00


21,337.62


21,703.00


23,450.00


11-2321-231


LONGEVm


5,000.00


4,102.59


5,000.00


4,595,00


11-2321-232


NH RETIREMENT


16,405.00


15,395.30


16,405.00


18,700,00


11-2321-250


WORKERS COMPENSATION


2,300.00


2,300.00


2,300.00


2,300,00


11-2321-260


UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION


416.00




415,00


384,00


11-2321-290


CONFERENCES


400.00


329.67


400.00


800,00














11-2321-330


COMPUTERSUPPOPTERVICES


8,631.00


8,631.00


9,155.00


9,750.00










1


11-2321-440


REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE


8,400,00


1,538.46


4,500.00


4,000,00














11-2321-520


TREASURERS BOND


200,00


-


200.00


0,00


11-2321-531


TELEPHONE EXPENSE


4,500,00


2,816.51


4,500.00


4,000,00


11-2321-580


MILEAGE


400.00


369.21


400.00


3,200,00














11-2321-610


SUPPLES EXPENSE


8,500.00


6,833.98


5k 500.00


5,500,00














11-2321-741


EQUIPMENT


2,000.00


1,149.50


1,000.00


1,000.00
















FISCAL SVS TOTALS


438,384.00


426,383.63


461,600.00


496,368.00















138





2003 School District Reoort - SAU 16 ProDosed Budaet 2005-2006




SAU# 16 BUDGET


FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006


Aoa#


ITEM DESCRIPnON


ADOPTED


ACTUAL


ADOPTED


ADOPTED 12/20/04






FY 2003-2004


FY 2003-2004 | FY 2004-2005


FY 2005-2006












TECHNOLOGY


















2820-UO


TECHNICAL ASSBTANCE SALARIES


73,848.00


67,73784 81,054.02


84,000.00


2820-321


TKHNICAL CONSULTA^^"


13,000.00


8,486.45 10,000.00 : 10,000.00 |


2820-329


TECHNICAL TRAINING


13,200.00


4,771.42 13,400.00


13,140.00














2320-531


TELEPHONE


4,465.72


5,599.74


4,500.00


1,260.00


2320-580


MILEAGE


5,400.00


3,907.54


3,600.00


8,100.00














2820-610


SUPPLIES


4,534.28


13,837.81


8,000.42


5,350.00


2820-611


SHIPPING


1,300.00


453.75


1,500.00


1,500.00


2820-641


BOOKS AND PERIODICALS


900.00


1,93Z75


650.00


750.00


2820-650


33FTWARE


33,878.00


32,248.82


35,254.98


38,837.00


























2820-733


FURNITURE


0.00


aoo


0.00


0.00


2820-738


REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT


4,853.00


13,717.85


2,486.00


2,348.00


2820-739


EQUIPMENT


10,323.00


23,30Z72


11,965.00


9,555.00


























290O-211


HEALTH INSURANCE


5,553.00


242.10


18,750.00


22,500.00


2900-212


DENTAL INSURANCE


350.00


0.00 1 900.00


900.00


290O-213


LIFE INSURANCE


144.00


148.50


160.00


215.00


2900-214


DKASLrTY INSURANCE


0.00


0.00


228.00


320.00


2900-220


RCA


5,650.00


5,199.30


8,375.10


6,450.00


2900-221


RETIREMENT


1,982.00


126.54


3^598.91


4,850.00


2900-250


WORKERS COMPENSATION i 437.00


416.00


518.74


315.00


2900-260


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP.


416.00


33700


1,040.00


550.00




























TECHNOLOGY TOTAL


18a24400


182^66.14


205,991.17


210^950.00




















































GRAND TOTALS


1,507,822^


1,501,59X80


1,625,259.17


1,804,593.00











































































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2003 School District Report - SAU 16 Budget FY 2005 - 2006 bv Town



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140



2004 School District Report - Superintendent's Prorated Salary 2003-2004 - Associate and Assistant





Salaries




Superintendents Prorated Salary




2003-2004




Brentwood




$5,322.00


East Kingston




$3,248.00


Exeter




$19,210.00


Exeter Region Co Op




$58,555.00


Kensington




$3,465.00


Newfields




$3,592.00


Stratfiam




$14,105.00




Total


$107,497.00



Associate and Assistant Superintendent's Salaries

(Total reflects 2.5+ positions, $46,397,00 $86,000, $84,000, $5,000)

2003-2004

Brentwood $10,960.00

East Kingston $6,690.00

Exeter $39,570.00

Exeter Region Co Op $120,600.00

Kensington $7,130.00

Newfieids $7,395.00

Stratham $29,052.00

Total $221,397.00



141



2004 School District Report - SAU16 2005-2006 Academic Calendar



Approved 12-20-04



SAU #16 CALENDAR
2005-2006



AUGUST /SEPTEMBER









25


26


29


30


31


1


(2)


(5)


6


7


8


9


12


13


14


15


16


19


20


21


22


23


26


27


28


29


30



Aug 25 - Teacher In-Service

Aug 26 - Teacher In-Service & Student Orientation Grades 6 & 9
Aug 29 - School Opens - All Students
Sept 2 and Sept 5 Labor Day Weekend - No School
(23)



OCTOBER








3 4


5


6


7


(10) 11


12


13


14


17 18


19


20


21


24 25


26


27


28


31









Oct 10 Columbus Day - No School (19)
Oct. 21 - SAU 16 In-Service Day





1


2


3


4


7


8


9


10


(11)


14


15


16


17


18


21


22
29


23


24


25


28


30







Nov 10 - SAU 16 In-Service Day

Nov 1 1 Veteran's Day - No School

Nov 23-25 - Thanksgiving Recess (17)



DECEMBER




1


2


5 6


7


8


9


12 13


14


15


16


19 20


21


22


23


26 27


28


29


30



Dec 22 - Eariy Dismissal - No PM session
Dec 23 -Dec 30 -Holiday Recess (16)



JANUARY








2 3


4


5


6


9 10


11


12


13


(16) 17


18


19


20


23 24


25


26


27


30 31









Jan 2 - Holiday Recess

Jan 16 - MLK Day - No School



(20)



Feb 27-28 - Winter Vacation



MARCH



March 1-3 -Winter Vacation



APRIL



April 24-28 - Spring Vacation



MAY



May 29 Memorial Day - No School



JUNE





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Teachtr In-senice
UoIhIov/No School




Bold




^'llClttioIl


FEBRUARY


1


2 3


6 7


8


9 10


13 14


15


16 17


20 21


22


23 24


27 28







(18)





7


1


2


3


6


8


9


10


13


14


15


16


17


20


21


22


23


24


27


28


29


30


31



(20)



3


4


5


6


7


10


11


12


13


14


17


18


19


20


21


24


25


26


27


28



(15)



1


2


3


4


5


8


9


10


11


12


15


16


17


18


19


22


23


24


25


26


(29)


30


31







(22)









1


2


5


6


7


8


9


12


13


14


15


d'D


19


20


21


22


23



June 16* - Graduation (10)

June 19'^*»- Last day for Students

June 20 - Teacher In-Service (185 day contract)



**June 15, 16 & 19 are snow make-up days, if needed.
180 Student Davs



142



2004 School District Report - Exeter Region Cooperative School District Warrant 2004

ANNUAL ELECTION EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE

SCHOOL DISTRICT EXETER, NEW HAMPSHIRE

MARCH 9, 2004

Results of the election of Exeter Region Cooperative School District Officers:

Brentwood Board Member, term ending at 2007 election:
C. Ralph Adier 2,815 votes

Exeter Board MemJDer, term ending at 2007 election

Greg Kann 2,997 votes

Kensington Board Member, term ending at 2007 Election
Robin Ato-Scott 2,738 votes

School District Moderator, term ending at 2007 election

Charles F. Tucker 3,098 votes

Brentwood Budget Committee, term ending at 2007 election

Karen Phelan 21 votes

East Kingston Budget Committee, term ending at 2005 election
Kevin Rtzgibbon 23 votes

Exeter Budget Committee, term ending at 2005 election
Sandra Parks 2,802 votes

Exeter Budget Committee, term ending at 2006 election

Albert "Bert" Bourgeois 686 votes

Christopher Moutis 855 votes

Anne Surman 1,132 votes

Exeter Budget Committee, term ending at 2007 election
Malcolm Wesselink 2,683 votes

Kensington Budget Committee, term ending at 2007 election

Stephen McDonough 2,619 votes

Newfields Budget Committee, term ending at 2006 election
Howard Moulton 31 votes



143



2004 School District Report - Exeter Region Cooperative School District Warrant 2004

Stratham Budget Committee, term ending at 2005 election
David Barr 2,583 votes

Stratham Budget Committee, term ending at 2006 election
Robert Boyd, Jr. 2,563 votes

WARRANT ARTICLES

1. Shall the District raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including
appropriations by special wan-ant articles and other appropriations voted separately,
the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant, or as amended py
vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling $38,027,915?
Should this article be defeated, the operating budget shall be $37,873,015, Which is
the same as last year,with certain adjustments required by previous action of the
District or by law; or the governing body may hold one special meeting, in
accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating
budget only. (The Budget Committee and the School Board both recommend
$38,027,905 as set forth on said budget.)

YES 2,320 NO 1,727

2. Shall the District raise and appropriate the sum of the amount of the June 30,
2004 undesignated fund balance (surplus) up to $100,000 to be added to the
expendable trust fund known as the "Special Education Trust Fund" (established by
the 2002 District meeting under RSA 198:20-c for the purpose of funding
unanticipated special education expenses)? (The School Board recommends this
appropriation. The Budget Committee recommends this appropriation.)

YES 2,367 NO 1,657

3. Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable trust fund known as
the "Maintenance Fund" (established by ftie 2001 District meeting under RSA
198:20-c for the purpose of funding long term and/or unexpected maintenance/
repair projects of school buildings and grounds) the sum of the amount of the June
30, 2004 undesignated fund balance (surplus), after giving effect to any
appropriation under Article 2, above, up to $100,000? (The School Board
recommends this appropriation. The Budget Committee recommends this
appropriation.)

YES 2,429 NO 1,551



144



2004 School District Report - Exeter Region Cooperative School District Warrant 2004

4. Shall the District authorize the School Board to sell two certain parcels of land off
Amesbury Road in Kensington and Exeter, New Hampshire, known as Kensington
Tax Map 17, Lots 19, 27 and 31 and Exeter Tax Map 111, Lot 3, previously acquired
for potential athletic fields, under such terms and conditions as the School Board
shall determine are in the best interest of the District? (The School Board
recommends adoption of this article.)

YES 2,980 NO 961

5. Shall the District raise and appropriate $35,000 as the district's contribution to
fund improvements at the Intersection of Guinea Road and Hampton Road in
Exeter, New Hampshire? This will be a non-lapsing appropriation per RSA 32:7 and
will not lapse until the intersection improvements are complete or by June 30, 2010.
(The School Board recommends this appropriation. The Budget Committee
recommends this appropriation.)

YES 2,213 NO 1,805

6. Shall the District rescind the adoption of a School District Budget Committee
under RSA 195:12-a and RSA 32:14 as adopted by the Exeter Region Cooperative
School District on March 11, 2003? CThe School Board recommends adoption of this
article. The Budget Committee recommends adoption of this article.)

YES 2,533 NO 1,360

7. Shall the voters of the Exeter Region Cooperative School District vote to
recommend that the District follow the procedures in RSA 674:54 for non-binding
review of the plans for the new high school? (The School Board recommends
adoption of this article.)

YES 2,961 NO 983

Respectfully submitted,



Susan E.H. Bendrofch
District Cleric



145



2004 School District Report - Exeter Region Cooperative School District Warrant for 2005

2005 ANNUAL DISTRICT MEEHNG WARRANT

EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT

To the inhabitants of the Exeter Region Cooperative School District, County of
Roclcingham, State of New Hampshire qualified to vote upon District affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet as follows:

FIRST SESSION OF ANNUAL MEEHNG (Deliberative): At the Exeter High
School Talbot Gymnasium in Exeter, New Hampshire on Thursday,
February 10, 2005, at 7:00 PM for explanation, discussion, debate, and
possible amendment of the following warrant articles:



1. Shall the District raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including
appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately,
the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant, or as amended by
vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling $41,060,171?
Should this article be defeated, the operating budget shall be $40,594,774, which is
the same as last year, with certain adjustments required by previous action of the
District or by law; or the governing body may hold one special meeting, in
accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating
budget only. (The School Board recommends $41,050,171 as set forth on said
budget.)

2. Shall the District establish a capital reserve fund for construction and/or
reconstruction of buildings for the use of the Seacoast School of Technology
(Region 18 Vocational Center) to be known as the Seacoast School of Technology
Building Fund, and name the School Board as agents to expend from said fund, and
raise and appropriate to said ftjnd the sum of the amount of the June 30, 2005
undesignated fund balance (surplus) up to $190,000? (The School Board
recommends this appropriation.)

■ ( The Seacoast School of Technology anticipates a building project in 2008
that w/IIbe 75% funded by state funds and require a 25% contribution from local
fiinds. The member districts of our vocational school have paid amounts beyond
the calculated tuition rates for this school year 2004-05 in order to set aside funds
that will be used to meet that 25% contribution requirement Passage of this
warrant article will transfer these additional amounts to this reserve fund. If this
warrant article does not pass, these funds must be returned to the member
districts.)



146



2004 School District Report - Exeter Region Cooperative School Distrtct Warrant for 2005

3. Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable taist fund known
as the "Special Education Trust Fund" (established by the 2002 Disbict meeting
under RSA 198:20-c for the purpose of funding unanticipated special education
expenses) the sum of the amount of the June 30, 2005 undesignated fund balance
(surplus), after giving effect to any appropriation under Article 2, above, up to
$100,000? (The School Board recommends this appropriation.)

4. Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable trust fund known
as the ''Maintenance Fund" (established by the 2001 District meeting under RSA
198:20-c for the purpose of funding long term and/or unexpected
maintenance/repair projects of school buildings and grounds) the sum of the
amount of the June 30, 2005 undesignated fund balance (surplus), after giving
effect to any appropriations under Articles 2 and 3, above, up to $200,000? (The
School Boanj recommends this appropriation.)

5. Shall the District authorize the School Board to convey approximately thirty-
six acres of land on the south side of Little River known as the Morrissette land to
the Town of Exeter, New Hampshire on such terms and conditions as the School
Board shall determine are In the best interest of the District? (The School Board
recommends adoption of this article.)

( The purpose of this conveyance is to provide the additional off site
wetiands mitigation aaeage requlr&jby the conditions of the wetiands
permit for the new High School.)

6. To hear reports of agents, auditors, and committees or officers heretofore
chosen.

7. To transact any other business which may legally come before the meeting.

SECOND SESSION: At the polling places designated below on Tuesday, March
8, 2005, to choose the following School District Officers: School District Eioard
Member (Brentwood), School District Board Member (East Kingston), School District
Board Member (Exeter), School District Board Member (Strattiam), and School
DIstrkrt Moderator; and vote on the articles listed as 1,2,3,4, and 5 as those
articles may be amended at the First Session; by ballot, the polls to be open at the
polling places at the hours designated below:

VOTERS IN TOWN OF POLLING PLACE POLLING HOURS

East Kingston East Kingston 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Elementary School
Multi-purpose Room



147



2004 Sdiool District Report - Exeter Region School District Budget MS-27

SCHOOL BUDGET FORM OF THE

EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRIQ

(MS-27)

APPROPRIATIONS AND ESHMATES OF REVENUE FOR THE RSCALYEAR FROM
JULY 1, 2005TO JUNE 30, 2006

This budget was posted with Warrant on January 18, 2005

[signed]

Ralph Adier Kimbefiey Cdsey LucyCushman Linda Henderson

GregKann Patricia Lovejoy Roy Morrisette Robin ^ott

Raymond Trueman

APPROPRIATIONS

WARRANT EXPENDITURES PROPOSED PROPOSED

ACQ PURPOSE OF article FOR YEAR FOR YEAR FOR YEAR

NO APPROPRIATION ^°- 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006
INSTRUCTION

1100-1199 Regular Programs 1 $10,101,621 $10,898,854 $11,614,515

1200-1299 Special Programs 1 3,3%,256 3,707,831 3,894,445

1300-1399 Vocational Programs 1 1,101,557 1,536,302 1,623,537

1400-1499 Other Programs 1 582,633 622,725 652,393

1600-1899 Adult &Comm. Prog. 1 89,649 310,192 396,150

SUPPORT SERVICES

2000-2199 Student Support Serv. 1 1,382,493 1,714,413 1,895,734

2200-2299 Instructional Staff Serv. 1 ^ 250,312 311,336 322,383

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

2310-2399 Other School Board 1 98,312 91,000 98,300



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ACQ PURPOSE OF

NO APPROPRIATION

EXECUnVE ADMINISTRATION

2320-310 SAU Mngmt. Services

2320-2399 AH Other Admin.

2400-2599 School Admin. Service

2500-2599 Business

2600-2689 Opei3tion of Plant

2700-2799 Student Transportation

2800-2999 Support Serv. & Other

FACILITIES ACQUISITION & CONSTRUCTION

40004999 Facilities Acq. & Constr.

OTHER OUTUYS

5110 Debt Service- Principal 1 3,279,748

5120 Debt Service - Interest 1 394,704

FUND TRANSFERS

5220-5221 To Food Sen/lce 1 834,743

5222-5229 To Other Special Revenue
5230-5239 To Capital Projects

5251 To Capital Reserves

5252 To Expendable Trust
5300-5399 Intergov. Agency Alloc.
APPROPRIATION SUBTOTAL
SPECIAL WARRANT ARTICLES

1200 SPED Trust 3

4000 Maintenance Fund 4

4200 CMS Road Improvement

4000 Capital Project 6,647,840

4000 Capital Reserve 784,953

4000 SST Building Fund 2

SPEaAL WARRANT ARTICLE SUBTOTAL

INDIVIDUAL WARRANT ARTICLES



WARRANT

ARnaE

NO.


EXPENDITURES

FOR YEAR

2003-2004


PROPOSED
FOR YEAR
2004-2005


PROPOSED
FOR YEAR
2005-2006




$821,335


$891,911


$990,542




175,392


180,000


131,500




1,480,827


1,624,210


1,734,120




2,232,214


2,355,711


2,976,586




1,124,377


1,160,318


1,263,905




5,179,797


6,026,134


6,847,618



35,000

5,199,732
597,226



5,012,962
785,476



820,000



6,647,840
784,953

200,000
920,009
$40,878,772 $38,262,905 $41,060,17



100,000

100,000

35,000



100,000
200,000



190,000
$490,000



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REVENUES

ACTUAL REVISED ESTIMATED

REVENUE REVENUES REVENUES

ACCT SOURCE OF REVENUE Year Year Year

2003-04 2004-05 2005^06

REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES

1300-1349 Tuition $823,786 $600,000 $600,000

1500-1599 Earnings on Investments 19,987 20,000 20,000

1600-699 Food Service Sales 678,962 700,000 720,000

1700-1799 student Act., Dr. Ed., UW 80,000

1800-1899 comm. Serv. Activities

1900-1999 other Local Sources 487,2% 200,000 120,000

REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES

3210 School Building Aid

3230 Catastrophic Aid

3240-3249 Vocational Aid

3260 Child Nutrition

3270 Driver Education

REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES

4100^539 Federal Program Grants

4540 Vorational Education

4550 Adult Education

4560 Child Nutrition

4580 Medicaid Distribution

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

5110-5139 Sale of Bonds or Notes

5251 Transfer from Cap. Res.


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