Balances

2014-2018
Act 1105 of 2017: 20% of Net Revenue Carry Over Balance District
Source: Net Revenue Carryover Balance
20% of Net Legal Balance Revenues as defined in Act 1105 of 2017
Building Fund Balance (Fund 3) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Building Fund Balance as of June 30. The Building Fund is used to record revenues and expenditures of specific building projects
Capital Outlay/Dedicated M and O Fund Balance (Fund 5) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Capital Outlay Fund Balance as of June 30. The Capital Outlay Dedicated M and O Fund is comprised of a set of accounts used to record the receipts and expenditures of building projects funded by mills voted and passed specifically for capital outlay and dedicated M and O purposes
Categorical Fund Balances District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Combined balances as of June 30, 2014, for the National School Lunch State Categorical Fund (NSL), Alternative Learning Environment Fund (ALE), English Language Learner Fund (ELL), and the Professional Development Fund
Deposits with Paying Agents (QZAB) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Escrow balance as of June 30, restricted for the retirement of Qualified Zone Academy Bonds
Legal Balance (Funds 1, 2, and 4) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Combined balances as of June 30, 2014, for Teacher Salary Fund, Operating Fund, and Debt Service Fund
Net Legal Balance District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Legal Balance (Funds 1, 2, and 4) minus Categorical Fund Balance minus Deposits with Paying Agents (QZAB)

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Expenditures

2014-2018
Adjusted Scheduled Debt Payment District
Source: State Aid Notice
Fiscal year bonded debt payment for a school district from the 1/1/05 debt schedule after adjustment for portion of payment attributable to non-academic facilities
Administrative District
Source: School Report Card
Expenditures for activities that are concerned with establishing and administering district policy, including the activities of the district board of education, elections, reappraisal of property, the overall general administration of the district, and the office of the superintendent
Adult Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures to develop knowledge and skills to meet education objectives for adults and to prepare for a new or different career
Capital Expenditures District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for acquiring capital assets, including land, existing buildings, existing infrastructure assets, and equipment
Career Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for programs that provide individuals with the opportunity for employment in an occupational area, including agricultural operations, business occupations, health careers, or trade and industrial occupations
Central Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities concerned with paying, transporting, exchanging, and maintaining goods and services for the district
Community Operations District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities concerned with providing community services to students, staff, or other community participants. Examples of this function would be offering parental training or operating a community swimming pool, a recreation program for the elderly, or a childcare center for working mothers
Compensatory Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for instructional activities designed primarily to meet the educational needs of pupils who are judged to be underachievers or educationally deprived. All compensatory education must be supplemental to regular instruction
Debt Service District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for paying the district’s debt, including principal, interest, and fiscal fees
Exclusions from Current Expenditures District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
The following accounts are excluded from Current Expenditures to arrive at Net Current Expenditures: tuition paid by individuals; tuition paid by other LEAs within the State; transportation fees paid by individuals; transportation fees paid by other LEAs within the State; services provided to other LEAs (other than tuition and transportation); food service revenues; student activities revenues; textbook revenues; Community Operations (line 68) and Other Non-Programmed Costs. Students of adult education and pre-school programs are not included in ADA (line 2); therefore, those expenditures are not included in Net Current Expenditures
Extracurricular District
Source: School Report Card
Expenditures for extracurricular activities
Facilities Acquisition and Construction District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities concerned with acquiring land and buildings, remodeling buildings, constructing buildings and additions to buildings, initially installing or extending service systems, and site improvements
Food Service Operations District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities concerned with providing food to students and staff in a school or school district. This service area includes preparing and serving regular meals, lunches, or snacks in connection with school activities and food delivery
General Administration District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities that are concerned with establishing and administering district policy, including the activities of the district board of education, elections, reappraisal of property, the overall general administration of the district, and the office of the superintendent
Instructional Staff Support Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures that are associated with assisting the instructional staff in planning, developing and evaluating the process of providing learning experiences for children
Maintenance and Operation of Plant Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures that are concerned with operating and maintaining the plant, grounds, buildings, equipment, maintaining general purpose vehicles such as trucks, tractors, graders and staff vehicles, and maintaining order and safety in school buildings and on school grounds
Net Current Expenditures District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Total Current Expenditures minus Exclusions from Current Expenditures
Other District Level Support Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for all district level support services not otherwise identified
Other Enterprise Operations District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities where the stated intent is for the activity to finance or recover the costs primarily through user charges. Food services are not included
Other Instructional District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for instructional activities not otherwise identified, such as gifted and talented programs, band, choir, English Language Learners, Alternative Learning Environments, Fine Arts, and ROTC
Other Non-Instructional Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for non-instructional programs not otherwise identified
Other Non-Programmed Costs District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Other non-programmed costs not otherwise identified
Per Pupil Expenditures District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Net current expenditures divided by the four-quarter Average Daily Attendance (ADA). Arkansas uses the three-quarter Average Daily Membership (ADM) for funding and other analytical purposes. Users of this information should be aware of this difference
Regular Instruction District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities dealing directly with teaching students or interaction between teacher and pupils. Teaching may be provided for pupils in a school classroom, in a home or hospital, and in other learning situations such as co-curricular activities
School Administrative Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities concerned with overall administrative responsibility of a school, including the office of the principal
Special Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities that are designed to deal with special needs of children who are handicapped and in need of special education and related services, including teachers, teacher aides, physical and occupational therapists, speech/language therapists, and counselors
State Wealth Index for Bonded Debt Assistance District
Source: State Aid Notice
Defined in A.C.A. §6-20-2503
Student Support Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for services that are designed to assess and improve the welfare of students and supplement the teaching process, including social work services, guidance services, physical and mental health services, speech pathology, audiology services, and parental involvement programs
Student Transportation District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Expenditures for activities concerned with the transporting of students to and from school, including managing transportation services such as operating, repairing, cleaning, painting, fueling, and inspecting vehicles for safety
Total Current Expenditures District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Total Expenditures minus Capital Expenditures minus Debt Service
Total District Level Support District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
General Administration + Central Services + Maintenance and Operation of Plant Services + Student Transportation + Other District Level Support Services
Total Expenditures District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Total Expenditures + Total District Level Support + Total School Level Support + Total Non-Instructional Services + Facilities Acquisition and Construction + Debt Service + Other Non-Programmed Costs
Total Instructional District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Regular Instruction + Special Education + Career Education + Adult Education + Compensatory Education + Other Instructional
Total Non-Instructional Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Food Service Operations + Other Enterprise Operations + Community Operations + Other Non-instructional Services
Total Salary of Non-Federal Licensed Classroom FTE's District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
This line amount is the total salaries of all licensed personnel employed by public school districts
Total Salary/Non-Federal Licensed FTE's District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
This line amount is the total salaries of all licensed classroom teachers employed by public school districts
Total School Level Support Services District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Student Support Services + Instructional Staff Support Services + School Administrative Services

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Millage

2014-2018
Millage District
Source: Statewide Information System
Total millage rate for the district. One mill equals one-tenth of one percent (.001)
Current Year Millage Votes Against District
Source: Statewide Information System
The number of votes cast against the proposed millage
Current Year Millage Votes For District
Source: Statewide Information System
The number of votes cast for the proposed millage
Debt Service Mills District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
The millage levied by the quorum court of a school district and pledged as security for the retirement of bonded indebtedness of the school district
Dedicated M and O Mills District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
The millage levied by the quorum court of a school district for maintenance and operation purposes specifically stated on the ballot of the school district and limited to a maximum of three mills
M and O Mills District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
The millage levied by the quorum court of a local school district for the maintenance and operation of the school district
M and O Mills in Excess of URT District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
MandO Mills minus the URT Mills
Total Debt Bond/Non-Bond District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
As of June 30, the district total of outstanding commercial bonds, revolving loans, post-dated warrants, lease purchases, and installment loans
Total Mills District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
M and O Mills plus Dedicated M and O Mills plus Debt Service Mills
98% of URT X Assessment (Final) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Ninety-Eight percent of the Uniform Rate of Tax multiplied by the Total Assessment.
98% of URT X Assessment (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Ninety-Eight percent of the Uniform Rate of Tax multiplied by the Total Assessment.
Personal Assessment (Final) District
Source: State Aid Notice
All real and tangible personal property subject to taxation. The assessment rate is 20% of the actual value. *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.
Personal Assessment (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
All real and tangible personal property subject to taxation. The assessment rate is 20% of the actual value. *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.
Real Assessment (Final) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Real property assessment as determined in A.C.A. §26-26-903 *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.
Real Assessment (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Real property assessment as determined in A.C.A. §26-26-903. *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.
Total Assessment (Final) District
Source: State Aid Notice
The total of the assessed value of real, personal and utility property in the school district, assessed in calendar year two years prior to funding for taxes collectible in the calendar year prior to funding and used for Foundation Funding estimate *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.
Total Assessment (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
The total of the assessed value of real, personal and utility property in the school district, assessed in calendar year two years prior to funding for taxes collectible in the calendar year prior to funding and used for Foundation Funding estimate. *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.
URT Mills District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
The Uniform Rate of Tax (URT) is a constitutionally imposed property tax of 25-mills levied on the assessed value of all real, personal, and utility property. The net revenues from this tax must be used solely for the maintenance and operation of schools
Utility Assessment (Final) District
Source: State Aid Notice
All real and tangible personal property subject to taxation. The assessment rate is 20% of the actual value. *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.
Utility Assessment (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
All real and tangible personal property subject to taxation. The assessment rate is 20% of the actual value. *Note-The year stated is not the actual year of assessment but instead the fiscal year the assessment is used for school funding purposes. Thus, for School Year 2018 the assessment value corresponds with the assessment from 2016.

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Property Values

2015-2017
Appraised Furniture/Equipment District
Source: Statewide Information System
The market value of all furniture and equipment. Appraised value as of June 30th of each fiscal year
Appraised Real Estate District
Source: Statewide Information System
The market value of all real property. Appraised value as of June 30th of each fiscal year
Buildings District
Source: Statewide Information System
The market value of all buildings. Appraised value as of June 30th of each fiscal year
Property Insurance District
Source: Statewide Information System
The amount of insurance coverage for all real and personal property (Buildings, Furniture, and Equipment). Real Estate (Land) is not insurable thus, total insurance will not equal total appraised value
Total District
Source: Statewide Information System
Total of all categories

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Revenue

2014-2018
98% of URT X Assessment less Net Revenues (Current Year Estimate) District
Source: State Aid Notice
State financial aid adjustment based on the difference between 98% of the 25 mills URT (uniform rate of tax) multiplied by the assessment and actual net revenues. To school districts that received state foundation funding in FY13, ADE will disburse aid to school districts with actual net revenues of less than 98% of the URT multiplied by the assessment. The ADE will recoup from school districts actual net revenues of more than 98% of the URT multiplied by the assessment
98% of URT X Assessment less Net Revenues (End of Year) District
Source: State Aid Notice
State financial aid adjustment based on the difference between 98% of the 25 mills URT (uniform rate of tax) multiplied by the assessment and actual net revenues. To school districts that received state foundation funding in FY13, ADE will disburse aid to school districts with actual net revenues of less than 98% of the URT multiplied by the assessment. The ADE will recoup from school districts actual net revenues of more than 98% of the URT multiplied by the assessment
Adult Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided for adult education including adult basic education, adult general education, workplace adult education, and other adult education
Alternative Learning Environment Funding (End of Year) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided for a student intervention program in compliance with A.C.A. §§ 6-48-101 et seq. and 6-20-2305(b)(2) that seek to eliminate traditional barriers to student learning
Balances from Consolidated/Annexed District District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Balances transferred from individual districts into the database of the resulting Consolidated/Annexed district
Bonded Debt Assistance District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-2503
Career Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided by the State for vocational programs, excluding federal funds, including but not limited to Workplace Readiness and Area Career Centers
Charter Facilities Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-23-908
Compensation for Loss of Fixed Assets District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Compensation from insurance for the loss of school property that is not being replaced
Consolidation Incentive/Assistance District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
A monetary incentive for school district consolidations and annexations
Declining Enrollment (Final) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
State funding for school districts that have experienced a decline in ADM over the two (2) immediately preceding school years
Declining Enrollment Adequacy District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-2505
Early Childhood Programs District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided by the State for Early Childhood Programs, including Arkansas Better Chance, Parental Involvement, and Smart Start programs
Education Service Cooperative Grants District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
For the Education Service Cooperatives these are funds provided by the State for the basic operational costs of the Education Service Cooperatives as established by A.C.A. § 6-13-1001 et seq. For school districts these are funds provided in a grant to the district from the Education Service Cooperative
Educational Excellence Trust Fund District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funds as described in A.C.A. §6-5-307
English Language Learners Funding (Final) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided to assist in the education of students identified in the current school year as not proficient in the English language
Enhanced Tranportation Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as as defined in Act 445 of 2017
Financing Sources District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Non-revenue financing sources including, but not limited to, proceeds from the sale of bonds, revolving loans, postdated warrants, current loans, lease purchases, and the debt service savings resulting from refunding outstanding bonds
Gains and Losses from Sale of Fixed Assets District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Non-revenue funds from the sale of equipment, buildings, and land
General Facilities Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-2503
Gifted and Talented District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds for specific programs for the education of gifted and talented children, and also for Advanced Placement reimbursements
Indirect Cost Reimbursement District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Funds provided for those costs that are not readily identified with the activities funded by the associated federal grant or contract, but are incurred for the joint benefit of those activities and other activities and programs of the organization
Initial Per-Student Foundation Funding Amount (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Per-student amount of state financial aid provided to a school district under § 6-20-2305(a)(1)
Initial Per-Student Revenue (Final) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Total revenue divided by the number of students
Initial Per-Student Revenue (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Total revenue divided by the number of students
Initial Per-Student State Foundation Funding Aid (Final) District
Source: State Aid Notice
Per-student amount of state financial aid provided to a school district under § 6-20-2305(a)(1)
Isolated Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-601 et al
Isolated Funding Amount District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
State financial aid provided to isolated school districts, small school districts, or districts with isolated school areas as set forth in A.C.A. §§ 6-20-601 et seq. and restricted for use by those isolated school districts, small school districts, or districts with isolated school areas
Magnet School Programs District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Funds provided by the State to the three Pulaski County school districts for the operation of Magnet Schools, Majority-to-Minority (M-to-M) programs, M-to-M transportation expenditures, and for court-ordered teacher retirement and insurance benefits
Miscellaneous Funds District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funds received by a school district from federal forest reserves, federal grazing rights, federal mineral rights, federal impact aid, federal flood control, wildlife refuge funds, and severance taxes; and in lieu of taxes, and local sales and use taxes dedicated to education under § 26-74-201 et seq., § 26-74-301 et seq., § 26-75-301 et seq., and the Local Government Bond Act of 1985, § 14-164-301 et seq.
Net Revenues District
Source: State Aid Notice
Actual revenues generated from ad valorem taxes and distributed to a school district multiplied by the ratio derived from dividing the uniform rate of tax by the total millage rate of the school district
NSL Growth Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-2305
NSL State Categorical Funding (Final) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided to school districts based on the number of National School Lunch students for the immediately preceding school year as determined under A.C.A. § 6-20-2303(12)(A) and funded as determined under A.C.A. § 6-20-2305(b)(4)(A)
NSL State Categorical Withholding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-2305
NSL State Transitional Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-2305
Other Local Receipts District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Revenue from local sources other than property taxes, including but not limited to revenue in lieu of taxes, interest on investments, rental income, donations, food service revenues, vending machine revenues, miscellaneous local revenue, and revenue from the county
Other Non-instruction Program Aid District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided by non-instructional programs not otherwise identified, such as Worker’s Comp Funding, Game and Fish Habitat Grant, Department of Health, and Academic Facilities programs
Other Regular Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Other restricted funds including, but not limited to, Reading Program In-service (McRAT, ELLA, Reading Recovery), College and Career Readiness Planning Program (CCRPP) and Distance Learning
Other Special Education District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Other restricted funds provided to school districts for special education, including Children with Disabilities, and Early Childhood Special Education
Other Unrestricted State Funding District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Other unrestricted revenue from State sources
Previous Year 3Q ADM District
Source: State Aid Notice
Previous year three quarter average daily membership used for funding purposes
Previous Year ADM of Isolated School Area District
Source: State Aid Notice
Previous year average daily membership of isolated school area
Previous Year ALE FTE's District
Source: State Aid Notice
The number of full-time Alternative learning Environment Students as reported for the previous year
Previous Year Number of NSL Students District
Source: State Aid Notice
The number of students during the previous year that were classified as participating in the National School Lunch Program
Professional Development Funding (Final) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided to school districts for purposes promulgated in Rules by the State Board of Education and equal to an amount of up to fifty-two dollars ($52) multiplied by the school district's previous school year three-quarter ADM
Property Tax Receipts District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Revenue comprised of property taxes, property tax relief, tax accruals, delinquent taxes, excess commissions, land redemptions, penalties and interest on delinquent taxes, and other local taxes
Revenue from Intermediate Sources District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Unrestricted revenue from the county including county general apportionment, severance tax, and other revenue from the county
School Food Service District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided by the State for school food service activities
Special Needs Isolated Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-601 et al
Special Needs Isolated Transportation District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-601 et al
Special Needs Small District Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-601 et al
State Foundation Funding Aid (Final) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
State financial aid provided to school districts. State foundation funding is computed as the difference between the foundation funding amount multiplied by the prior-year three quarter ADM for the district and the sum of 98% of the uniform rate of tax multiplied by the property assessment of the school district, plus calculated miscellaneous funds
State Foundation Funding Aid (Preliminary) District
Source: State Aid Notice
State financial aid provided to school districts. State foundation funding is computed as the difference between the foundation funding amount multiplied by the prior-year three quarter ADM for the district and the sum of 98% of the uniform rate of tax multiplied by the property assessment of the school district, plus calculated miscellaneous funds
Student Growth (Final) District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Student growth funding is calculated based on the increase in current year ADM of each quarter compared with the previous year three-quarter ADM. This increase for each quarter is multiplied by one-quarter (1/4) of the per student foundation funding amount. Any increase resulting solely from consolidation or annexation with another school district is excluded for purposes of calculating student growth funding
Supplemental Millage Incentive Funding District
Source: State Aid Notice
Funding as prescribed in A.C.A. § 6-20-2503
Supplemental Millage Incentive Funds District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
State funding that is being phased out over a 10-year period and is paid to a school district that formerly qualified for supplemental millage incentive funding under the Supplemental School District Funding Act of 2003, § 6-20-2401 et seq. [repealed], in fiscal year 2005.
Total Other Sources of Revenue District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Financing Sources + Balances from Consolidation/Annexed District + Indirect Cost Reimbursement + Gains and Losses from Sale of Fixed Assets + Compensation for Loss of Fixed Assets + Other
Total Restricted Revenue from Federal Sources District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Restricted funds provided by the federal government through the state as agent to the school districts, which must be used for specific categorical purposes, such as revenue in lieu of taxes, Elementary/Secondary Education Programs, ROTC, Carl Perkins Stabilization Aid, Adult Education Stabilization, School Food Services, IDEA Title VI, and Safe and Drug Free Schools
Total Restricted Revenue from State Sources District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Adult Education plus Professional Development + Other Regular Education + Gifted and Talented + Alternative Learning Environment + English Language Learners + National School Lunch Categorical + Other Special Education + Career Education + School Food Service + Education Service Cooperatives + Early Childhood Programs + Magnet School Programs + Other Non-instructional Program Aid
Total Revenue District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
Total Unrestricted Revenue + Total Restricted Revenue from State Sources + Total Restricted Revenue from Federal Sources + Total Other Sources of Income
Total Unrestricted State Funding District
Source: Annual Statistical Reports
The total revenue of state unrestricted funds

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Transportation

2014-2018
Total Route Buses District
Source: Statewide Information System
The number of buses that are used for daily routes
Total Spare Buses District
Source: Statewide Information System
The number of buses that are not used for daily routes
Wi-Fi Enabled Count District
Source: Statewide Information System
Count of Wi-Fi enabled Buses
Total number of route miles traveled per day District
Source: Statewide Information System
Total number of route miles traveled per day for all buses combined

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