Regular Meeting of the Board of Education,

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Regular Meeting of the Board of Education,
September 22, 2011, 7:00 pm,
Lake Zurich High School - Library
300 Church Street, Lake Zurich, IL
6:45 pm
Public Hearing on 2011-2012 Budget
7:00 pm
Regular Meeting Agenda
I. Call to Order & Roll Call
a. Pledge of Allegiance
II. President’s Comments & Recognitions
III. **Public Comments – Please sign in by 7:00 p.m.
IV. *Consent Agenda
a. Approval of Minutes
b. Treasurer’s Report
c. Application for Recognition of Schools
d. Transportation Hazards
V. Human Resources – Ms. Becich
a. *Personnel Report
i. Employment of Certified Staff, Resignation of Certified Staff,
Retirement of Certified Staff, Changes of Certified Staff, Employment
of Non-Certified Staff, Resignation of Non-Certified Staff, Job/Position
Changes of Non-Certified Staff
VI. Business and Operations – Ms. Cullinan
a. *Check Register
b. *2011-2012 Budget Adoption
c. Bid Approvals
i. *Isaac Fox/Middle School South Fence
ii. *May Whitney Electrical
d. *Home Team Marketing Vendor Contract
VII. Superintendent’s Report – Dr. Egan
a. State of Schools
b. *Field Trip Approval
c. Additional Information
VIII. Business of the Board
a. Committee Reports
IX. *Closed Session – Pending Need - to discuss personnel, the sale or lease of
public property, collective negotiating, and/or pending litigation matters.
*Action Items – It is anticipated that the Board will take action on these items, **Public Comments will be limited to 5
minutes per individual, 30 minutes total time for any one topic**
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting or any
other activity or program and who require certain accommodations so that they can observe and participate, or who have
questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting room or the District’s facilities, should contact the Superintendent’s
office (847-540-4963) promptly to allow the District to make reasonable accommodations for those persons.
Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
District 95 Administration Center - 400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 Website: lz95.org Fax: (847) 438-6702
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Michael Egan, Superintendent
AGENDA ITEM:
Consent Agenda
DATE:
September 22, 2011
Background Information:
The items included for consideration on the Consent Agenda:
A. Approval of Minutes
Board of Education, Open Session
Board of Education, Closed Session
Committee of the Whole, Open Session
Committee of the Whole, Closed Session
August 25, 2011
August 25, 2011
September 8, 2011
September 8, 2011
B. Treasurer’s Report
C. Application for Recognition of Schools
D. Transportation Safety Hazards
Suggested Motion:
Move to approve the consent agenda as prepared and presented by the Administration.
District 95 Administration Center – Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 website: www.lz95.org FAX: (847) 438-6702
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Michael Egan, Superintendent
AGENDA ITEM:
Application for Recognition of Schools
DATE:
September 22, 2011
Background Information: Each Building Principal is required to complete a survey acknowledging
that their building is in compliance with certain provisions of the School Code and list their
paraprofessionals and their certifications:
Based upon the 'yes' responses to the assurances, a school will receive recognition for the 2011-2012
school year pursuant to Section 2-3.25 of the School Code and the 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part I.
The following assurances and the resulting designation may be subject to verification through an on-site
visit. If 'no' is checked, attach a written explanation identifying which of the criteria have not been met and
include a corrective action plan (with timelines) to meet the criteria.
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
View Paraprofessionals
Do you have any paraprofessionals in your school?
1. The school is in accordance with the 23 Illinois Administrative Code Part I, Subpart A,
Sections 1.10-1.00, School Recognition Requirements rules, i.e., accountability
framework including school improvement plans, operational requirements, state
assessment, waiver of State Board Rules and School Code Mandates, etc.
2. The school is in accordance with the 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part I, Subpart B,
Sections 1.210-1.290, School Governance rules, i.e., equal opportunities for all students,
waiver of school fees, discipline, absenteeism, and truancy policies, and use of isolated
time out and physical restraint, etc.
3. The school is in accordance with the 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part I, Subpart C,
Sections 1.310-1.330, School District Administration rules, i.e., administrative
responsibilities, evaluation of certified staff in contractual continued service, and
hazardous materials training, etc.
4. The school is in accordance with 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part I, Subpart D,
Sections 1.410-1.470, The Instructional Program Rules, i.e., basic standards, criteria for
elementary and high schools, required course substitute, special programs, credit earned
through proficiency examinations, consumer education proficiency tests, ethnic foreign
language credit and program approval, adult and continuing education, etc.
5. The school is in accordance with the 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part I, Subpart E,
Sections 1.510-1.530, Support Services rules, i.e., transportation, health services, and
training of school bus driver instructors, etc.
6. The school is in accordance with the 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part I, Subpart F,
Sections 1.610-1.660, Staff Certification Requirements rules, i.e., noncertificated
personnel, transcripts of credits, records of professional personnel, and records of
professional personnel, etc.
7. The school is in accordance with the 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part I, Subpart G,
Sections 1.705-1.790, Staff Qualifications rules, i.e., requirements for elementary
teachers, requirements for teachers of middle grades, requirements for secondary
teachers and specified subject area teachers in grades 6 and above, standards for
reading, media services, pupil personnel services, special education personnel,
requirements for bilingual education teachers, teachers of English as a second language,
substitute teachers, and supervision of speech-language pathology assistants etc.
Suggested Motion: Move to approve the Applications for Recognition of Schools within the
Consent Agenda.
District 95 Administration Center – Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 website: www.lz95.org FAX: (847) 438-6702
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Karen Logan – Director of Transportation
AGENDA ITEM:
Transportation Safety Hazards
DATE:
September 22, 2011
Background Information:
Section 29-3 of the School Code (105 ILCS 5/29-3) allows local school districts to receive
reimbursement from the State Superintendent of Education for the busing of pupils for distances
less than one and one-half miles (1-1/2) when conditions such that walking, either to or from the
school to which a pupil is assigned for attendance or to or from a pick-up point or bus stop,
constitutes a serious hazard to the safety of the pupil due to vehicular traffic or rail crossings. It
provides that a school board may provide free transportation in such cases, but does not
mandate such transportation. HB 3680, Public Act 94-0439 requires the school board to
annually review the hazardous conditions, but no longer requires the school board to send a
copy of the resolution to the State Superintendent of Education. However, those resolutions
should remain on file in the district for audit purposes.
The list of IDOT approved Serious Transportation Safety Hazards is attached. There are no
recommended changes to the list for the 2011-2012 school year.
Suggested Motion:
Move to approve the Transportation Safety Hazards within the Consent Agenda.
District 95 Administration Center – Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 website: www.lz95.org FAX: (847) 438-6702
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
Serious Safety Hazards
Listed below are the IDOT approved serious safety hazard designations. We are required to
certify annually that there have been no changes that would alter the hazardous designation.
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
SCHOOL______
95-03-01
ALONG MIDILOTHIAN FROM W. MAIN ST. TO SCHOOL
DRIVE
MAY WHITNEY
95-03-02
CROSSING OLD MCHENRY AT ABBEY GLEN
SPENSER LOOMIS
95-03-03
CROSSING OLD MCHENRY AT ABBEY GLEN
MIDDLE-NORTH
95-03-04
CROSSING BRIERWOODS AT MILLER RD
SETH PAINE
95-03-05
ALONG SO OLD RAND FROM CEDAR TO SURRYSE
ST. FRANCIS
95-03-06
CROSSING ROUTE 12 AT CUBA ROAD
ISAAC FOX
95-03-07
CROSSING ROUTE 12 AT CUBA ROAD
MIDDLE SOUTH
95-03-08
ALONG MILOTHIAN FROM JAIMIE LN TO
SCHOOL ENTRANCE
SENIOR HIGH
95-03-09
ALONG OLD MCHENRY .01 MILES EAST OF
SCHOOL ENTRANCE
MIDDLE-NORTH
95-03-10
ALONG OLD MCHENRY .01 MILES WEST OF
SCHOOL ENTRANCE
MIDDLE NORTH
95-03-11
ALONG OLD MCHENRY .01 MILES EAST OF
SCHOOL ENTRANCE
SPENCER LOOMIS
95-03-12
ALONG OLD MCHENRY .01 MILES WEST OF
SCHOOL ENTRANCE
SPENCER LOOMIS
95-93-01
FROM SCHOOL DRIVE TO PHEASANT TRAIL
MIDDLE-SOUTH
95-93-02
FROM SCHOOL DRIVE TO INGLENOOK
ISAAC FOX
95-93-03
FROM SCHOOL DRIVE TO PHEASANT TRAIL
ISAAC FOX
95-93-04
FROM SCHOOL DRIVE TO LEXINGTON
INTERSECTION AT CHASEWOOD & LEXINGTON
ISAAC FOX
95-93-05
CROSSING BUESCHING AT SURRYSE
SARAH ADAMS
95-93-06
FROM SCHOOL DRIVE TO LEXINGTON LN
MIDDLE-SOUTH
9/16/2011
INTERSECTION AT CUBA AND CHASEWOOD
95-93-07
CROSSING ROUTE 12 AT PHEASANT RIDGE
SARAH ADAMS
95-93-08
CROSSING SO OLD RAND AT PHEASANT RIDGE
SARAH ADAMS
95-93-09
FROM SCHOOL DRIVE TO INGLENOOK
INTERSECTION AT CUBA AND CHASEWOOD
MIDDLE-SOUTH
95-93-10
FROM SCHOOL DRIVE TO ELA RD
MIDDLE-SOUTH
95-91-1
ALONG VISTA RD FROM MILLER RD TO GOLFVIEW
SETH PAINE
95-91-2
ALONG CRESCENT FROM 4 CRESCENT TO MILLER RD
SETH PAINE
95-91-3
ALONG RUGBY RD FROM 19 RUGBY TO MILLER RD
SETH PAINE
95-91-4
ALONG RUGBY RD FROM MILLER RD TO PROSPECT
SETH PAINE
95-83-1
ALONG MIDLOTHIAN TO SCHOOL
SENIOR HIGH
95-83-4
ALONG MILLER RD FROM MILLER AND LIONS TO
TO .2 MILE EAST OF LIONS
SETH PAINE
95-83-5
ALONG BRIERWOODS FROM TANGLEWOOD TO MILLER
SETH PAINE
95-83-6
CROSSING AT ROUTE 12 AND MILLER
SETH PAINE
95-83-7
ROUTE 12 AND NO OLD RAND
SETH PAINE
95-83-8
ALONG ROUTE 12 FROM .2 MILE NORTH OF
MILLER TO MILLER RD
SETH PAINE
95-83-9
ALONG ROUTE 12 FROM WINNETKA RD TO
GOLFVIEW
SETH PAINE
95-82-1
ALONG MIDLOTHIAN FROM ECHO LAKE RD TO
SCHOOL DRIVE
MAY WHITNEY
95-82-2
ALONG LIONS AND MILLER FROM NORTH LN TO
SCHOOL DRIVE
SETH PAINE
95-82-3
ALONG SO OLD RAND AND GENESEE FROM PRAIRIE
TO 100' NO OF E.J. & E. RR TRACKS
MAY WHITNEY
95-82-4
ALONG OLD MCHENRY FROM LAGOON TO SCHOOL
ST. MATTHEW
95-82-5
ALONG OLD MCHENRY AND QUENTIN RD FROM
HEATHER LANE TO
ST. MATTHEW
95-82-8
BUESCHING RD FROM SOUTH OLD RAND TO SURRYSE
INTERSECTION OF BUESCHING AND GRAND AVE
ST. FRANCIS
95-82-9
CROSSING SO OLD RAND AT EVERGREEN
ST. FRANCIS
95-82-10
LIONS DR FROM OAK TO W. MAIN STREET
MAY WHITNEY
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Ms. Julia Becich
AGENDA ITEM:
Personnel Report
DATE:
September 22, 2011
Background Information:
Mrs. Becich will present the personnel report dated September 22, 2011.
Suggested Motion:
Move to approve the personnel report as presented by the Administration.
District 95 Administration Center – Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 website: www.lz95.org FAX: (847) 438-6702
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95
Report to Board of Education
Board Meeting Date: September 22, 2011
From: Vicky Cullinan, Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations
Re: September 2011 Check Register Highlights
Policy Reference: 4:50 – Payment Procedures
Background:
Attached are the highlights of the September 2011 check register:
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•
•
•
•
•
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All American Exterior Solutions
American Demolition
Chicagoland Paving
Driessen Construction
Northern Suburban Special Education
SEDOL
Southwest Food Excellence
$100,619.82
$ 93,888.00
$101,245.59
$180,576.90
$ 78,029.50
$188,944.45
$118,847.61
2011 Roof Repairs
MW Demolition
Pavement Maintenance
Trans. Classroom/Life Safety
Special Education Tuition
Special Education Tuition
Food Service Payment
2011-2012
BUDGET
Superintendent
Dr. Michael Egan
Prepared by Vicky Cullinan
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95
Principal Officials
Fiscal Year 2012 Budget
Board of Education
Name
Position
Cathy Brown
John Kropf
Kathleen Wallis
Tony Pietro
Mike Finn
Doug Goldberg
Jim Burke
President
Vice President
Secretary
Member
Member
Member
Member
Term Expires
2013
2013
2013
2015
2013
2015
2015
Superintendent and Executive Staff
Dr. Michael Egan
Nancy Rosenfeld
Jodi Wirt
Victoria Cullinan
Julia Becich
Stacy Noisey
Dr. Terry Mootz
Lyle Erstad
Karen Logan
Superintendent of Schools
Assistant Superintendent of Student Services
Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction
Assistant Superintendent of Business & Operations
Director of Human Resources
Director of Curriculum
Director of Assessment
Director of Facilities
Director of Transportation
EXECUTIVE
SUMMARY
September 16, 2011
Members of the Board of Education and Citizens of Lake Zurich Community Unit District 95:
We are excited to have the staff and students return for the start of the 2012 school year. The
beginning of each new school year brings the time to present our Fiscal Year 2012 Budget for the
2011-2012 school year. Our mission is to inspire all students to be passionate, continuous
learners and to prepare them with the skills to achieve their goals and flourish as responsible,
caring citizens in a global community. This budget is aligned to our mission and provides
resources to modify, finalize and implement the strategies necessary to meet the goals of the
organization.
The Fiscal Year 2012 budget for School District 95, Lake County, Illinois is presented for your
consideration. Fiscal Year 2012 begins July 1, 2011 and ends on June 30, 2012. The budget is a
one year financial picture of the District’s current priorities, future planning and long range goals.
In accordance with Board policy, the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget is balanced. Concerns with
respect to reductions in revenue from the state for categorical expenditures, the delays in
receiving reimbursements and the economic slowdown impacting new property growth create a
continued sentiment of uncertainty. The District did not reduce any services or staff this fiscal
year, however, there remains a need to be conservative given the nature of our current economic
environment.
The Fiscal year 2012 Budget projects revenues of $88.99 million, for a net increase in total fund
balance of $294,574. The projected revenue is about $146,000 less than the actual revenue
received in Fiscal Year 2011. We project that total state funding will be reduced by $405,000 in
the FY 2012 budget versus what was budgeted in FY 2011.
The current economic environment does not appear to be improving significantly. Consequently,
the District needs to maintain a conservative spending policy in order to protect our staff, students
and programs against the fate of numerous other Districts in the state.
Sincerely,
Dr. Michael Egan
Superintendent
Mission Statement
The mission of Community Unit School District 95 is to inspire all students to be
passionate, continuous learners and to prepare them with the skills to achieve
their goals and flourish as responsible, caring citizens in a global community.
About Us
Located 38 miles northwest of Chicago, Lake Zurich Community Unit School
District 95 encompasses an area of 19.4 square miles and serves the
communities of Lake Zurich, Deer Park, Hawthorn Woods, Kildeer,
unincorporated Lake County, and North Barrington.
District 95 is a community unit school district which serves students in grades
Pre-K—12. Enrollment for the 2011-2012 school year is 5,944 students. We
operate five elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, and a staff
development center which houses IT, transportation, and maintenance services,
and an administration center. The school district is governed by a group of seven
elected community members, referred to as the Board of Education, who serve
without compensation.
In addition to a comprehensive instructional program, various extra-curricular
activities such as sports and fine arts are available to students. A full complement
of services is provided in reading, learning disabilities, speech services, ELL and
gifted education for those students who qualify. A nutritional hot lunch program is
available in all schools. District 95 is affiliated with, and has services available
from the Lake County Area Vocational Center and the Lake County Educational
Service Center.
BUDGET CYCLE
January
November
Staffing/
Programs
Planning
Begins
Reviewed
March
September
Deadline for
Staffing
Changes
Budget
Approved
July-August
Tentative
Budget
BUDGET TIMELINE
 Tentative budget calendar presented to Board of Education
February
Resolution for “Board of Education to authorize the
Superintendent to prepare the tentative budget
 Superintendent’s staff establishes budget priorities
February
 Discussion of board priorities for 2012 budget
March
 Resolution adopted for authorizing Superintendent to prepare
March
the tentative budget
 Department budget meetings
April
 Tentative budget is presented to Board of Education
May-June
 Resolution for “Display of and Public Hearing of Budget”
August
Newspaper notice published for display of budget
Must be published 30 days prior to hearing
 Public hearing of final budget
September
 Adoption of approved budget
September
resolution/ISBE form, certification of budget and
certification estimate of revenues are signed
 Certified adopted budget filed with county clerk,
Certified adopted budget filed with ROE
Adopted budget submitted electronically to ISBE
Including report of vendor contracts of $1,000 or more
Budget posted on web site (must be within 30 days of adoption)
October
BUDGET SUMMARY – FY 2012
BY SOURCE/USE OF FUNDS
ALL DISTRICT FUNDS
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
FY12 BUDGETED REVENUE COMPARED TO PRIOR YEAR
2010-11
Budget
Actual
FY 11
Unaudited
48,914,012
90,000
1,450,000
2,012,500
145,000
540,000
50,479,688
66,046
1,441,360
2,195,454
161,681
79,935
2011-2012
Budget
Education Fund
General Levy
Interest Earnings
Food Service Sales
Fees
CPPRT
Other Local Sources
Total Local Revenue
89.0%
$53,151,512
$ 54,424,164
2,496,291
2,293,000
65,900
2,496,150
3,107,095
234,781
State Aid
Special Education/Bilingual
Other State
50,383,275
50,000
1,520,000
2,119,994
122,397
622,430
$
54,818,096
2,356,062
3,008,581
68,400
Total State Revenue
8.8%
$ 4,855,191
$ 5,838,026
$
5,433,043
Total Federal Revenue
2.2%
$ 2,070,242
$ 2,496,483
$
1,334,103
$60,076,945
$ 62,758,673
$
61,585,242
7,588,471
17,000
210,000
70,400
8,003,797
13,500
227,013
25,903
8,546,483
12,000
215,000
23,000
189,440
25,000
1,100,000
19,500
16,000
Total Local Revenue
$ 8,100,311
$ 9,389,713
$
8,812,483
Total Federal Revenue
$
$
71,363
$
209,000
$ 8,170,711
$ 9,461,076
$
9,021,483
7,851,351
25,000
7,882,204
20,831
Education Fund Total*
Operations and Maintenance Fund
Direct Financing Sources:
General Levy
Interest Earnings
Facility Rentals
Other Local Sources
Other Financing Sources:
7130 Transfer from Education
7140 Permanent Transfer
Operations and Maintenance Fund
Total
70,400
Debt Service Fund
Direct Financing Sources:
General Levy
Interest Earnings
7,733,224
16,000
Other Financing Sources:
7600 Permanent Transfer O & M
7700 Permanent Transfer O & M
Debt Service Fund Total
174,136
73,891
192,393
113,616
196,122
71,142
$ 8,124,378
$ 8,209,045
1,857,685
107,000
24,000
1,980,000
2,100,301
103,358
20,879
1,995,793
2,395,060
99,000
16,000
2,016,000
25,571
3,941,263
3,944,070
4,184,456
$ 7,935,519
$ 8,164,401
1,402,027
60,000
1,000
-
1,373,782
93,570
1,267
5,573
-
$ 1,463,027
$ 1,474,193
25,000
-
9,741
860
-
1,100,000
-
$
8,016,487
Transportation Fund
Direct Financing Sources:
General Levy
Fees
Interest Earnings
State Aid and Grants
Other Financing Sources:
7130 Permanent Transfer
7300 Sale of Equipment
Transportation Fund Total
$
8,710,516
IMRF Fund
General Levy
Corporate Personal Property Tax
Interest Earnings
State Sources
Federal Sources
IMRF Fund Total
1,427,876
100,000
1,200
986
126,710
$
1,656,772
Capital Projects Fund
Direct Financing Sources:
Impact Fees
Interest Earnings
Other Financing Sources:
7800 Transfer from O & M
Capital Projects Fund Total
$
25,000
$ 1,110,600
105,152
1,500
66,498
1,291
960
$
960
Working Cash Fund
General Levy
Interest Earnings
Working Cash Fund Total
$
Total All Funds
$85,902,232
*Does not include "on-behalf" payments
106,652
$
6,468
1,300
67,789
$
7,768
$ 91,245,777
$
88,999,229
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
FY12 BUDGETED EXPENDITURES COMPARED TO PRIOR YEAR
Actual
2010-11
Year to Date
2011-12
Budget
6/30/2011
Budget
Education Fund
Salaries
40,733,312
39,937,908
42,370,191
Benefits
5,764,590
5,643,083
6,006,716
Purchased Services
4,611,253
4,428,111
4,553,807
Supplies and Material
1,921,681
1,756,992
1,932,388
335,750
52,484
356,733
3,817,692
3,592,670
4,301,742
Non Capitalized Equipment
760,566
1,615,915
708,581
Termination of Benefits
225,000
235,502
Capital Outlay
Dues and Fees
$
58,169,844
$
$
1,100,000
60,230,159
8130
Transfer among Funds
8140
Transfer of Interest
8600
Transfer to Debt - Principal
174,136
192,136
196,122
8700
Transfer to Debt - Interest
73,891
113,616
71,142
Education Fund Total*
215,011
57,262,665
-
25,000
-
-
-
$
488,038
$
1,405,752
$
267,264
$
58,657,882
$
58,668,417
$
60,497,423
Operations and Maintenance Fund
Salaries
225,000
284,790
254,500
Benefits
34,010
42,490
43,400
Purchased Services
3,524,700
5,658,801
4,580,000
Supplies and Materials
2,031,600
1,923,587
2,159,000
Capital Outlay
2,250,000
238,734
1,904,000
10,000
104,140
75,000
Non Capitalized Equipment
$
8130
Transfer to Capital Projects
Operations and Maintenance Fund
Total
8,075,310
$
$
8,075,310
8,252,542
$
1,100,000
$
9,352,542
9,015,900
-
$
9,015,900
Debt Service Fund
Purchased Services
Principal and Interest Payments
Transfer of Interest Income
Debt Service Fund Total
5,570
4,070
3,520
8,118,808
8,104,851
8,021,426
$
8,124,378
$
8,108,921
16,000
$
8,040,946
Transportation Fund
Salaries
1,448,980
1,313,860
1,390,000
Benefits
121,640
106,607
116,290
1,431,600
1,559,417
1,675,845
273,000
312,471
349,000
4,657,099
4,642,603
4,888,850
3,200
1,615
1,450
Purchased Services
Supplies and Materials
Capital Outlay
Dues and Fees
Non-Capitalized Equipment
Transportation Fund Total
$
-
7,935,519
$
-
7,936,573
$
8,421,435
IMRF/Social Security Fund
Employee Benefits
IMRF/Social Security Fund Total
1,456,369
$
1,456,369
1,521,743
$
1,521,743
1,628,950
$
1,628,950
Capital Projects Fund
Purchased Services
25,000
-
Supplies and Materials
-
-
Captial Outlay
-
Non-Capitalized Equipment
-
Capital Projects Fund Total
$
750,000
-
16,730
225,000
-
25,000
$
125,000
16,730
$
1,100,000
Working Cash Fund
Other Objects
-
Working Cash Fund Total
$
Total All Funds
$
*Does not include "on-behalf" payment
-
84,274,458
$
$
-
85,604,927
$
$
88,704,653
BUDGET SUMMARY
FISCAL YEAR 2012
Projected Year End Fund Balance
June 30, 2012
06/30/2011
Beginning
Fund
Balance
Projected
Revenues
/Transfers
Projected
Expenditures
/Transfers
Rev. Exp.
Tentative
6/30/2012
Ending
Fund
Balance
Education
$21,557,867
$61,585,242
$60,497,423
$1,087,819
$22,645,686
$4,956,120
$9,021,483
$9,015,900
$5,583
$4,961,703
$6,779,277
$8,016,487
$8,040,946
($24,459)
$6,754,818
$5,773,920
$8,710,516
$8,421,435
$289,081
$6,063,001
$459,755
$1,656,772
$1,628,950
$27,822
$487,577
$1,470,814
$960
$1,100,000 ($1,099,040)
$371,774
$506,794
$7,768
$0
$41,504,547
$88,999,229
$88,704,653
Operations/Maintenance
Debt Service
Transportation
IMRF/Social Security
Capital Projects
Working Cash
Total
$7,768
$514,562
$294,574 $41,799,121
REVENUE
Property Taxes
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 receives 79.5% of its revenue from
property tax collections. Since the district is subject to tax caps, which means that
assessments of real estate cannot increase beyond the growth of the consumer Price Index
(CPI) or 5%, the district is facing modest revenue growth for 2011-2012. Additionally
there has been a large reduction in new construction being added to the district’s assessed
valuation.
Consumer Price Index 2004-2011
4.10%
Percentage
3.40%
3.30%
2.70%
2.50%
1.90%
1.50%
CPI
0.10%
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
General State Aid & Other State Sources
Additional sources of funds include the State of Illinois, which provides a per-pupil
allocation called General State Aid that is adjusted depending on a school district’s local
wealth and average daily attendance from the prior year. The state also provides partial
reimbursements referred to as “categoricals” for programs including special education,
ELL, transportation and other programs. Given the continued financial difficulties the
state is facing, administration projects that reimbursements will continue to be received
late and that categoricals will continue to be reduced (regular and vocational
transportation) and/or eliminated (Text Book Loan Program, ADA School, Safety and
Education Grant, Reading Improvement Block Grant,). This year the State of Illinois will
be prorating General State Aid at 95%.
General State Aid 2007-2012
$3,000,000.00
Revenue
$2,500,000.00
$2,000,000.00
$1,500,000.00
$1,000,000.00
$500,000.00
GSA REVENUE
20062007
20072008
20082009
20092010
20102011
20112012
$2,272,56
$2,404,45
$1,931,16
$2,080,66
$2,496,29
$2,356,06
Federal Revenue
Federal funds comprise the smallest source of revenue the district receives. This source of
funding haas increased due to the district’s withdrawal from the Special Education
District of Lake County.
Local Revenue
Local revenue includes registration fees, activity fees, school lunch purchases, athletic
fees, TIF funds and various other sources.
Other Revenue
Other revenue consists predominately of the sale of our bus equipment every year.
BUDGETED REVENUES
Fiscal Year 2012
2011-2012 DIRECT REVENUE BY SOURCE
Direct Revenue
5.7%
1.9%
4.8%
2.7%
Taxes
5.5%
Local Revenue
General State Aid
Other State Sources
Federal Aid
Other Revenue
79.5%
DIRECT REVENUE
Taxes
Local Revenue
General State Aid
Other State Sources
Federal Aid
Other Revenue
Total Revenue
FY 2012 Budget
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
70,492,386
4,296,851
2,356,062
5,093,967
1,669,813
4,806,886
88,421,389
BUDGETED EXPENDITURES
FISCAL YEAR 2012
2011-2012 EXPENDITURES BY FUND
Expenditure by Fund
1.2%
9.5%
1.8%
9.1%
Education
Operations and Maintenance
Debt Service
Transportation
IMRF/Social Security
Capital Projects
10.2%
68.2%
Expenditures
Education
Operations and Maintenance
Debt Service
Transportation
IMRF/Social Security
Capital Projects
Working Cash
Total Expenditures
FY 2012 Budget
$
60,497,423
$
9,015,900
$
8,040,946
$
8,421,435
$
1,628,950
$
1,100,000
$
0
$
88,704,653
2011-2012 DIRECT EXPENDITURES BY
CATEGORY
1.0%
4.9%
FY 12 Direct Expenditures
9.1%
49.8%
8.3%
Salaries
Benefits
Purchased Services
Supplies and Material
5.0%
Capital Outlay
Dues and Fees
Non Capitalized Equip
Principal & Interest Payments
13.1%
8.8%
Expenditures
Salaries
Employee Benefits
Purchased Services
Supplies and Materials
Capital Outlay
Dues and Fees
Non Capitalized Equipment
Principal/Interest Payments
Total Expenditures
FY 2012 Budget
$
44,014,691
$
7,795,356
$
11,563,172
$
4,440,388
$
7,374,578
$
4,303,192
$
908,581
$
8,021,426
$
88,421,389
BUDGET SUMMARY FOR ILLINOIS
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
(Form 50-36)
2011-2012
ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
School Business Services Division
Accounting Basis:
x
SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET FORM *
July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012
Cash
Accrual
Unbalanced budget, however, a
deficit reduction plan is not
required at this time.
Date of Amended Budget:
(MM/DD/YY)
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
34-049-095-026
District Name:
District RCDT No:
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
Budget of
Lake
Lake
,
and ending
June 30, 2012
.
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
WHEREAS the Board of Education of
County of
, County of
July 1, 2011
State of Illinois, for the Fiscal Year beginning
,
,
State of Illinois, caused to be prepared in tentative form a budget, and the Secretary
of this Board has made the same conveniently available to public inspection for at least thirty days prior to final action thereon;
AND WHEREAS a public hearing was held as to such budget on the
22nd day of
September
,
11
20
,
notice of said hearing was given at least thirty days prior thereto as required by law, and all other legal requirements have been complied with;
NOW, THEREFORE, Be it resolved by the Board of Education of said district as follows:
Section 1: That the fiscal year of this school district be and the same hereby is fixed and declared to be
beginning
July 1, 2011
and ending
June 30, 2012
.
Section 2: That the following budget containing an estimate of amounts available in each Fund, separately, and expenditures from each
be and the same is hereby adopted as the budget of this school district for said fiscal year.
ADOPTION OF BUDGET
The budget shall be approved and signed below by members of the School Board.
day of
September
, 20
11
by a roll call vote of
MEMBERS VOTING YEA:
Adopted this
Yeas, and
22nd
Nays, to wit:
MEMBERS VOTING NAY:
* Based on the 23 Illinois Administrative Code-Part 100 and inconformity with Section 17-1 of the School Code.
(1) A certified copy of this document must be filed with the county clerk within 30 days of adoption as required
by Section 18-50 of the Property Tax Code (35 ILCS 200/18-50).
(2) Districts are required to submit the adopted/amended budget electronically to ISBE within 30 days of adoption or by October 31,
whichever comes first. Budgets are submitted to: www.isbe.net/sfms/budget/2012/budget.htm. The electronic version does
not require member signatures.
ISBE 50-36 SB2012 Updated 7/13/11
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
34-049-095-026
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BUDGET SUMMARY
Page 2
A
1
B
Begin entering data on EstRev 5-10 and EstExp 11-17 tabs.
Acct
#
Description
2
3 ESTIMATED BEGINNING FUND BALANCE July 1, 2011 1
4 RECEIPTS/REVENUES
5 LOCAL SOURCES
FLOW-THROUGH RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM ONE
6 DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
7 STATE SOURCES
8 FEDERAL SOURCES
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
3000
4000
Total Direct Receipts/Revenues
Receipts/Revenues for "On Behalf" Payments
2
DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
INSTRUCTION
SUPPORT SERVICES
COMMUNITY SERVICES
PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS
DEBT SERVICES
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Disbursements/Expenditures for "On Behalf" Payments
2
4180
Total Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess of Direct Receipts/Revenues Over (Under) Direct
Disbursements/Expenditures
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Transfer of Excess Fire Prev & Safety Tax & Interest
Proceeds to O&M Fund
D
E
F
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
G
H
(50)
(60)
Municipal
Capital Projects
Retirement/
Social Security
459,755
1,470,814
20,152,155
6,056,120
6,779,277
5,773,895
54,818,096
8,865,483
7,749,224
2,510,060
1,529,077
0
5,433,043
1,334,103
61,585,242
0
0
140,000
9,005,483
0
0
7,749,224
0
2,016,000
0
4,526,060
61,585,242
9,005,483
7,749,224
41,698,173
16,886,571
69,914
1,575,500
0
0
60,230,158
9,015,900
0
0
0
0
9,015,900
0
60,230,158
0
9,015,900
I
J
K
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
L
506,794
0
0
960
7,768
0
0
0
986
126,710
1,656,773
0
0
960
0
0
7,768
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,526,060
1,656,773
960
7,768
0
0
709,135
772,615
19,200
128,000
0
0
1,628,950
0
0
0
8,024,946
0
8,024,946
8,421,435
0
0
0
0
8,421,435
0
1,100,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8,024,946
0
8,421,435
0
1,628,950
0
1,100,000
0
0
0
0
7,768
0
0
0
0
0
3998
Total Receipts/Revenues
22
23 OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
24 OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS (7000)
25 PERMANENT TRANSFER FROM VARIOUS FUNDS
26 Abolishment the Working Cash Fund
27 Abatement of the Working Cash Fund
28 Transfer of Working Cash Fund Interest
29 Transfer Among Funds
30 Transfer of Interest
31 Transfer from Capital Projects Fund to O&M Fund
32
1000
2000
C
(10)
Educational
Page 2
1,355,084
(10,417)
(275,722)
(3,895,375)
27,823
1,100,000
0
(1,099,040)
7110
7110
7120
7130
7140
7150
7160
3
16,000
0
0
Transfer of Excess Accumulated Fire Prev & Safety Bond and Int
Proceeds to Debt Service Fund
SALE OF BONDS (7200)
3
4
7170
0
7210
Principal on Bonds Sold
Premium on Bonds Sold
Accrued Interest on Bonds Sold
5
Sale or Compensation for Fixed Assets
Transfer to Debt Service to Pay Principal on Capital Leases
Transfer to Debt Service Fund to Pay Interest on Capital Leases
Transfer to Debt Service Fund to Pay Principal on Revenue Bonds
Transfer to Debt Service Fund to Pay Interest on Revenue Bonds
Transfer to Capital Projects Fund
ISBE Loan Proceeds
Other Sources Not Classified Elsewhere
Total Other Sources of Funds
H:\Budget\FY2012\FY12 State Budget Form
7220
7230
7300
4,184,456
0
0
196,122
71,142
7400
7500
7600
7700
7800
7900
7990
0
0
9/16/2011
16,000
267,264
4,184,456
0
0
BUDGET SUMMARY
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A
1
B
Begin entering data on EstRev 5-10 and EstExp 11-17 tabs.
Acct
#
Description
2
47 OTHER USES OF FUNDS (8000)
49 TRANSFER TO VARIOUS OTHER FUNDS (8100)
50 Abolishment or Abatement of the Working Cash Fund
51 Transfer of Working Cash Fund Interest
52 Transfer Among Funds
53 Transfer of Interest 6
54 Transfer from Capital Projects Fund to O&M Fund
55
Transfer of Excess Fire Prev & Safety Tax & Interest
Proceeds to O&M Fund
C
D
E
F
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
G
H
(50)
(60)
Municipal
Capital Projects
Retirement/
Social Security
I
J
K
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
L
8110
8120
8130
16,000
8140
8150
8160
3
3
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
Page 3
8170
Transfer of Excess Accumulated Fire Prev & Safety Bond
and Int Proceeds to Debt Service Fund
Taxes Pledged to Pay Principal on Capital Leases
Grants/Reimbursements Pledged to Pay Principal on Capital Leases
Other Revenues Pledged to Pay Principal on Capital Leases
Fund Balance Transfers Pledged to Pay Principal on Capital Leases
Taxes Pledged to Pay Interest on Capital Leases
Grants/Reimbursements Pledged to Pay Interest on Capital Leases
Other Revenues Pledged to Pay Interest on Capital Leases
Fund Balance Transfers Pledged to Pay Interest on Capital Leases
Taxes Pledged to Pay Principal on Revenue Bonds
Grants/Reimbursements Pledged to Pay Principal on Revenue Bonds
Other Revenues Pledged to Pay Principal on Revenue Bonds
Fund Balance Transfers Pledged to Pay Principal on Revenue Bonds
Taxes Pledged to Pay Interest on Revenue Bonds
Grants/Reimbursements Pledged to Pay Interest on Revenue Bonds
Other Revenues Pledged to Pay Interest on Revenue Bonds
Fund Balance Transfers Pledged to Pay Interest on Revenue Bonds
Taxes Transferred to Pay for Capital Projects
Grants/Reimbursements Pledged to Pay for Capital Projects
Other Revenues Pledged to Pay for Capital Projects
Fund Balance Transfers Pledged to Pay for Capital Projects
Transfer to Debt Service Fund to Pay Principal on ISBE Loans
8410
8420
8430
8440
8510
8520
8530
8540
8610
8620
8630
8640
8710
8720
8730
8740
8810
8820
8830
8840
8910
Other Uses Not Classified Elsewhere
8990
196,122
71,142
267,264
Total Other Uses of Funds
(267,264)
21,239,975
Total Other Sources/Uses of Fund
ESTIMATED ENDING FUND BALANCE June 30, 2012
82
83
84
0
16,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
16,000
6,061,703
251,264
6,754,819
4,184,456
6,062,976
0
487,578
0
371,774
0
514,562
0
0
0
0
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES (by Major Object)
Description
85
86 Object Name
87 Salaries
88 Employee Benefits
89 Purchased Services
90 Supplies & Materials
91 Capital Outlay
92 Other Objects
93 Non-Capitalized Equipment
94 Termination Benefits
95
Total Expenditures
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Acct
#
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
9/16/2011
(10)
(20)
(30)
(40)
Educational
Operations &
Maintenance
Debt Service
Transportation
42,397,191
6,006,716
4,553,807
1,932,388
329,733
4,301,742
708,581
0
60,230,158
254,500
43,400
4,580,000
2,159,000
1,904,000
0
75,000
0
9,015,900
3,520
8,021,426
8,024,946
1,390,000
116,290
1,675,845
349,000
4,888,850
1,450
0
0
8,421,435
(50)
(60)
Municipal
Capital Projects
Retirement/
Social Security
1,628,950
0
1,628,950
(70)
(80)
(90)
Working Cash
Tort
Fire Prevention
& Safety
Total By Object
44,041,691
7,795,356
11,563,172
4,440,388
7,347,583
12,324,618
908,581
0
88,421,389
0
0
750,000
0
225,000
0
125,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,100,000
0
0
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SUMMARY OF CASH TRANSACTIONS
A
B
1
Acct
#
Description
2
3 BEGINNING CASH BALANCE ON HAND July 1, 2011 7
8
4
Total Direct Receipts & Other Sources
5 OTHER RECEIPTS
6
Interfund Loans Payable (Loans from Other Funds)
7
Interfund Loans Receivable (Repayment of Loans)
Notes and Warrants Payable
8
Other Current Assets
9
10
Total Other Receipts
11
Total Direct Receipts, Other Sources, & Other Receipts
12
Total Amount Available
9
13
Total Direct Disbursements & Other Uses
14 OTHER DISBURSEMENTS
15 Interfund Loans Receivable (Loans to Other Funds) 10
16 Interfund Loans Payable (Repayment of Loans)
17 Notes and Warrants Payable
18 Other Current Liabilities
19
Total Other Disbursements
20
21
Total Direct Disbursements, Other Uses, & Other Disbursements
ENDING CASH BALANCE ON HAND June 30, 2012
7
C
D
E
F
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
G
H
(50)
(60)
Municipal
Capital Projects
Retirement/
Social Security
I
J
K
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention &
Safety
21,557,867
4,956,120
6,779,277
5,773,920
459,755
1,470,814
506,794
0
0
61,585,242
9,021,483
8,016,488
8,710,516
1,656,773
960
7,768
0
0
0
61,585,242
83,143,109
0
9,021,483
13,977,603
0
8,016,488
14,795,765
0
8,710,516
14,484,436
0
1,656,773
2,116,528
0
960
1,471,774
0
7,768
514,562
0
0
0
0
0
0
60,497,422
9,015,900
8,040,946
8,421,435
1,628,950
1,100,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
411
141
433
199
141
411
433
499
60,497,422
9,015,900
8,040,946
8,421,435
1,628,950
1,100,000
0
0
0
22,645,687
4,961,703
6,754,819
6,063,001
487,578
371,774
514,562
0
0
Page 5
A
B
1
Acct
#
Description
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
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ESTIMATED RECEIPTS/REVENUES
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
(50)
Municipal
Retirement/
Social Security
(60)
Capital Projects
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
2,395,060
607,455
RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM LOCAL SOURCES
AD VALOREM TAXES LEVIED BY LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY
Designated Purposes Levies
11
-
12
Leasing Purposes Levy
Special Education Purposes Levy
FICA and Medicare Only Levies
Area Vocational Construction Purposes Levy
Summer School Purposes Levy
Other Tax Levies (Describe & Itemize)
Total Ad Valorem Taxes Levied by District
50,383,275
8,546,483
7,733,224
1130
1140
1150
1160
1170
1190
6,468
820,422
50,383,275
8,546,483
7,733,224
2,395,060
1,427,877
0
6,468
0
0
0
0
0
0
PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF TAXES
Mobile Home Privilege Tax
Payments from Local Housing Authority
1210
1220
13
Corporate Personal Property Replacement Taxes
Other Payments in Lieu of Taxes (Describe & Itemize)
Total Payments in Lieu of Taxes
1230
1290
122,397
122,397
100,000
0
0
0
TUITION
Regular Tuition from Pupils or Parents (In State)
Regular Tuition from Other Districts (In State)
Regular Tuition from Other Sources (In State)
Regular Tuition from Other Sources (Out of State)
Summer School Tuition from Pupils or Parents (In State)
1311
1312
1313
1314
1321
Summer School Tuition from Other Districts (In State)
Summer School Tuition from Other Sources (In State)
Summer School Tuition from Other Sources (Out of State)
CTE Tuition from Pupils or Parents (In State)
CTE Tuition from Other Districts (In State)
CTE Tuition from Other Sources (In State)
CTE Tuition from Other Sources (Out of State)
Special Education Tuition from Pupils or Parents (In State)
Special Education Tuition from Other Districts (In State)
Special Education Tuition from Other Sources (In State)
Special Education Tuition from Other Sources (Out of State)
Adult Tuition from Pupils or Parents (In State)
Adult Tuition from Other Districts (In State)
Adult Tuition from Other Sources (In State)
Adult Tuition from Other Sources (Out of State)
Total Tuition
1322
1323
1324
1331
1332
1333
1334
1341
1342
1343
1344
1351
1352
1353
1354
160,000
115,000
275,000
TRANSPORTATION FEES
Regular Transportation Fees from Pupils or Parents (In State)
Regular Transportation Fees from Other Districts (In State)
Regular Transportation Fees from Other Sources (In State)
Regular Transportation Fees from Co-curricular Activities (In State)
Regular Transportation Fees from Other Sources (Out of State)
Summer School Transportation Fees from Pupils or Parents (In State)
Summer School Transportation Fees from Other Districts (In State)
Summer School Transportation Fees from Other Sources (In State)
Summer School Transportation Fees from Other Sources
(Out of State)
CTE Transportation Fees from Pupils or Parents (In State)
CTE Transportation Fees from Other Districts (In State)
CTE Transportation Fees from Other Sources (In State)
CTE Transportation Fees from Other Sources (Out of State)
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9/16/2011
1411
1412
1413
1415
1416
1421
1422
1423
1424
1431
1432
1433
1434
24,000
75,000
100,000
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ESTIMATED RECEIPTS/REVENUES
A
B
1
Acct
#
Description
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
(50)
Municipal
Retirement/
Social Security
(60)
Capital Projects
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
2
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
Special Education Transportation Fees from Pupils or Parents
State)
Special Education Transportation Fees from Other Districts (In State)
Special Education Transportation Fees from Other Sources (In State)
Special Education Transportation Fees from Other Sources
(Out of State)
Adult Transportation Fees from Pupils or Parents (In State)
Adult Transportation Fees from Other Districts (In State)
Adult Transportation Fees from Other Sources (In State)
Adult Transportation Fees from Other Sources (Out of State)
Total Transportation Fees
(In
1441
1442
1443
1444
1451
1452
1453
1454
99,000
EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS
Interest on Investments
Gain or Loss on Sale of Investments
Total Earnings on Investments
1510
1520
50,000
12,000
16,000
16,000
1,200
960
1,300
50,000
12,000
16,000
16,000
1,200
960
1,300
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
FOOD SERVICE
Sales to Pupils - Lunch
Sales to Pupils - Breakfast
Sales to Pupils - A la Carte
Sales to Pupils - Other (Describe & Itemize)
Sales to Adults
Other Food Service (Describe & Itemize)
Total Food Service
1611
1612
1613
1614
1620
1690
1,480,000
40,000
1,520,000
DISTRICT/SCHOOL ACTIVITY INCOME
Admissions - Athletic
Admissions - Other
Fees
Book Store Sales
Other District/School Activity Revenue (Describe & Itemize)
Total District/School Activity Income
1711
1719
1720
1730
1790
42,500
1,300
1,460,004
130,000
160,900
1,794,704
0
TEXTBOOK Income
Rentals - Regular Textbooks
Rentals - Summer School Textbooks
Rentals - Adult/Continuing Education Textbooks
Rentals - Other (Describe)
Sales - Regular Textbooks
Sales - Summer School Textbooks
Sales - Adult/Continuing Education Textbooks
Sales - Other (Describe & Itemize)
Other (Describe & Itemize)
Total Textbooks
1811
1812
1813
1819
1821
1822
1823
1829
1890
290
290
OTHER REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES
Rentals
Contributions and Donations from Private Sources
Impact Fees from Municipal or County Governments
Services Provided Other Districts
Refund of Prior Years' Expenditures
Payments of Surplus Moneys from TIF Districts
Drivers' Education Fees
Proceeds from Vendors' Contracts
School Facility Occupation Tax Proceeds
Payment from Other Districts
Sale of Vocational Projects
Other Local Fees
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1910
1920
1930
1940
1950
1960
1970
1980
1983
1991
1992
1993
215,000
20,000
592,430
50,000
0
23,000
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Other Local Revenues (Describe & Itemize)
Total Other Revenue from Local Sources
Total Receipts/Revenues from Local Sources
Acct
#
1999
1000
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
(50)
Municipal
Retirement/
Social Security
(60)
Capital Projects
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
0
2,510,060
0
1,529,077
0
960
0
0
0
0
10,000
672,430
54,818,096
69,000
307,000
8,865,483
0
0
0
7,749,224
0
7,768
0
0
0
0
0
0
FLOW-THROUGH RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM ONE
110 DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
111 Flow-Through Revenue from State Sources
112 Flow-Through Revenue from Federal Sources
113 Other Flow-Through Revenue (Describe & Itemize)
Total Flow-Through Receipts/Revenues From
114
One District to Another District
115 RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM STATE SOURCES
116 UNRESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID
117 General State Aid (Section 18-8.05)
118 General State Aid Hold Harmless/Supplemental
119 Reorganization Incentives (Accounts 3005-3021)
Other Unrestricted Grants-In-Aid From State Sources
120 (Describe & Itemize)
121
Total Unrestricted Grants-In-Aid
122 RESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID
123 SPECIAL EDUCATION
124 Special Education - Private Facility Tuition
125 Special Education - Extraordinary
126 Special Education - Personnel
127 Special Education - Orphanage - Individual
128 Special Education - Orphanage - Summer
129 Special Education - Summer School
130 Special Education - Other (Describe & Itemize)
131
Total Special Education
132 CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)
133 CTE - Technical Education - Tech Prep
134 CTE - Secondary Program Improvement (CTEI)
135 CTE - WECEP
136 CTE - Agriculture Education
137 CTE - Instructor Practicum
138 CTE - Student Organizations
139 CTE - Other (Describe & Itemize)
140
Total Career and Technical Education
141 BILINGUAL EDUCATION
142 Bilingual Education - Downstate - TPI and TBE
143 Bilingual Education - Downstate - Transitional Bilingual Education
144
Total Bilingual Education
145 State Free Lunch & Breakfast
146 School Breakfast Initiative
147 Driver Education
148 Adult Education (from ICCB)
149 Adult Education - Other (Describe & Itemize)
150 TRANSPORTATION
151 Transportation - Regular/Vocational
152 Transportation - Special Education
153 Transportation - Other (Describe & Itemize)
154
Total Transportation
155 Learning Improvement - Change Grants
156 Scientific Literacy
157 Truant Alternative/Optional Education
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2100
2200
2300
2000
3001
3002
3005
3099
2,356,062
2,356,062
3100
3105
3110
3120
3130
3145
3199
6,800
3360
3365
3370
3410
3499
0
816
0
816
72,373
170
72,373
6,000
170
43,000
685,000
1,331,000
3500
3510
3599
0
3610
3660
3695
0
13,923
13,923
3305
3310
0
1,119,629
823,718
972,138
2,922,285
3200
3220
3225
3235
3240
3270
3299
0
0
2,016,000
0
0
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158 Early Childhood - Block Grant
159 Reading Improvement Block Grant
160 Reading Improvement Block Grant - Reading Recovery
161 Continued Reading Improvement Block Grant
162 Continued Reading Improvement Block Grant (2% Set Aside)
163 Chicago General Education Block Grant
164 Chicago Educational Services Block Grant
165 School Safety & Educational Improvement Block Grant
166 Technology - Learning Technology Centers
167 State Charter Schools
168 Extended Learning Opportunities - Summer Bridges
169 Infrastructure Improvements - Planning/Construction
170 School Infrastructure - Maintenance Projects
171 Other Restricted Revenue from State Sources (Describe & Itemize)
172
Total Restricted Grants-In-Aid
173
Total Receipts/Revenues from State Sources
174 RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM FEDERAL SOURCES
Acct
#
3705
3715
3720
3725
3726
3766
3767
3775
3780
3815
3825
3920
3925
3999
3000
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
(50)
Municipal
Retirement/
Social Security
(60)
Capital Projects
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
19,400
3,076,981
5,433,043
0
0
0
0
2,016,000
2,016,000
986
986
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
UNRESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID RECEIVED DIRECTLY
175 FROM FEDERAL GOVT.
176 Federal Impact Aid
177
178
Other Unrestricted Grants-In-Aid Received Directly from the Federal Govt.
(Describe & Itemize)
Total Unrestricted Grants-In-Aid Received Directly from Fed Govt
4001
4009
RESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM FEDERAL
179 GOVT
180
181
182
183
184
Head Start
Construction (Impact Aid)
MAGNET
Other Restricted Grants-In-Aid Received Directly from Federal Govt.
(Describe & Itemize)
Total Restricted Grants-In-Aid Received Directly
from Federal Govt.
4045
4050
4060
4090
RESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID RECEIVED FROM FEDERAL
185 GOVT. THRU THE STATE
186 TITLE V
187 Title V - Innovation and Flexibility Formula
188 Title V - SEA Projects
189 Title V - Rural and Low Income Schools (REI)
190 Title V - Other (Describe & Itemize)
191
Total Title V
192 FOOD SERVICE
193 Breakfast Start-Up
194 National School Lunch Program
195 Special Milk Program
196 School Breakfast Program
197 Summer Food Service Admin/Program
198 Child Care Commodity/SFS 13-Adult Day Care
199 Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
200 Food Service - Other (Describe & Itemize)
201
Total Food Service
202 TITLE I
203 Title I - Low Income
204 Title I - Low Income - Neglected, Private
205 Title I - Comprehensive School Reform
206 Title I - Reading First
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4100
4105
4107
4199
4200
4210
4215
4220
4225
4226
4240
4299
4300
4305
4332
4334
0
0
129,208
7,980
0
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207
208
209
210
211
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Title I - Even Start
Title I - Reading First SEA Funds
Title I - Migrant Education
Title I - Other (Describe & Itemize)
Total Title I
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#
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
(50)
Municipal
Retirement/
Social Security
(60)
Capital Projects
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
0
7,980
4335
4337
4340
4399
129,208
9/16/2011
0
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2
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
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ESTIMATED RECEIPTS/REVENUES
Acct
#
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
(50)
Municipal
Retirement/
Social Security
(60)
Capital Projects
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
0
0
TITLE IV
Title IV - Safe & Drug Free Schools - Formula
Title IV - 21st Century
Title IV - Other (Describe & Itemize)
Total Title IV
FEDERAL - SPECIAL EDUCATION
4400
4421
4499
Federal Special Education - Preschool Flow-Through
Federal Special Education - Preschool Discretionary
Federal Special Education - IDEA Flow Through/Low Incidence
Federal Special Education - IDEA Room & Board
Federal Special Education - IDEA Discretionary
Federal Special Education - IDEA - Other (Describe & Itemize)
Total Federal Special Education
CTE - PERKINS
CTE - Perkins-Title IIIE Tech Prep
CTE - Other (Describe & Itemize)
Total CTE - Perkins
Federal - Adult Education
ARRA - General State Aid - Education Stabilization
4600
4605
4620
4625
4630
4699
ARRA - Title I - Low Income
ARRA - Title I - Neglected, Private
ARRA - Title I - Delinquent, Private
ARRA - Title I - School Improvement (Part A)
ARRA - Title I - School Improvement (Section 1003g)
ARRA - IDEA - Part B - Preschool
ARRA - IDEA - Part B - Flow-Through
ARRA - Title IID - Technology - Formula
ARRA - Title IID - Technology - Competitive
ARRA - McKinney - Vento Homeless Education
ARRA - Child Nutrition Equipment Assistance
Impact Aid Formula Grants
Impact Aid Competitive Grants
Qualified Zone Academy Bond Tax Credits
Qualified School Construction Bond Credits
Build America Bond Tax Credits
Build America Bond Interest Reimbursement
ARRA - General State Aid - Other Government Services Stabilization
Other ARRA Funds - II
Other ARRA Funds - III
Other ARRA Funds - IV
Other ARRA Funds - V
ARRA - Early Childhood
Other ARRA Funds - VII
Other ARRA Funds - VIII
Other ARRA Funds - IX
Other ARRA Funds - X
Other ARRA Funds - XI
Total Stimulus Programs
Advanced Placement Fee/International Baccalaureate
Emergency Immigrant Assistance
Title III - English Language Acquisition
Learn & Serve America
McKinney Education for Homeless Children
Title II - Eisenhower - Professional Development Formula
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0
28,697
988,191
1,016,888
4770
4799
0
118,020
0
0
118,020
17,500
17,500
0
0
4810
4850
4851
4852
4853
4854
4855
4856
4857
4860
4861
4862
4863
4864
4865
4866
4867
4868
4869
4870
4871
4872
4873
4874
4875
4876
4877
4878
4879
4880
140,000
0
4904
4905
4909
4910
4920
4930
22,740
140,000
0
0
0
210
0
0
0
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#
2
266
267
268
269
Title II - Teacher Quality
Federal Charter Schools
Medicaid Matching Funds - Administrative Outreach
Medicaid Matching Funds - Fee-For-Service Program
4932
4960
4991
4992
270
Other Restricted Grants Received from Federal Government through State
(Describe & Itemize)
4998
271
272
273
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Total Restricted Grants-In-Aid Received from Federal
Govt. Thru the State
TOTAL RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM FEDERAL SOURCES
TOTAL DIRECT RECEIPTS/REVENUES
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C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(10)
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
(30)
Debt Service
(40)
Transportation
(50)
Municipal
Retirement/
Social Security
500
(60)
Capital Projects
(70)
Working Cash
(80)
Tort
(90)
Fire Prevention
& Safety
83,767
14,000
50,000
1,334,103
1,334,103
140,000
140,000
0
0
0
0
126,710
126,710
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
61,585,242
9,005,483
7,749,224
4,526,060
1,656,773
960
7,768
0
0
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
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Funct
#
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(100)
(200)
(300)
(400)
(500)
(600)
(700)
(800)
(900)
Salaries
Employee
Benefits
Purchased
Services
Supplies &
Materials
Capital Outlay
Other Objects
Non-Capitalized
Equipment
Termination
Benefits
Total
10 - EDUCATIONAL FUND (ED)
INSTRUCTION (ED)
Regular Programs
Pre-K Programs
Special Education Programs (Functions 1200 - 1220)
Special Education Programs Pre-K
Remedial and Supplemental Programs K-12
Remedial and Supplemental Programs Pre-K
Adult/Continuing Education Programs
CTE Programs
Interscholastic Programs
Summer School Programs
Gifted Programs
Driver's Education Programs
Bilingual Programs
Truant Alternative & Optional Programs
Pre-K Programs - Private Tuition
Regular K-12 Programs Private Tuition
Special Education Programs K-12 Private Tuition
Special Education Programs Pre-K Tuition
Remedial/Supplemental Programs K-12 Private Tuition
Remedial/Supplemental Programs Pre-K Private Tuition
Adult/Continuing Education Programs Private Tuition
CTE Programs Private Tuition
Interscholastic Programs Private Tuition
Summer School Programs Private Tuition
Gifted Programs Private Tuition
Bilingual Programs Private Tuition
Truants Alternative/Opt Ed Programs Private Tuition
14
Total Instruction
SUPPORT SERVICES (ED)
51
52
53
54
55
56
9/16/2011
Support Services - Pupil
Attendance & Social Work Services
Guidance Services
Health Services
Psychological Services
Speech Pathology & Audiology Services
Other Support Services - Pupils (Describe & Itemize)
Total Support Services - Pupil
1100
1125
1200
1225
1250
1275
1300
1400
1500
1600
1650
1700
1800
1900
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
24,029,915
3,207,840
347,039
848,988
4,747,338
449,880
471,509
43,617
133,650
76,475
4,000
1,102,000
1,077,169
359,500
300,000
285,582
632,000
0
129,851
14,973
7,850
44,015
36,650
89,020
0
630
243,702
15,225
76,305
152,319
30,000
500
3,200
1,000
0
1000
32,983,384
4,045,325
753,246
1,192,787
2110
2120
2130
2140
2150
995,000
694,000
450,000
460,000
449,000
123,725
67,934
31,015
46,485
56,750
2190
2100
3,048,000
325,909
100
4,600
2,150
31,000
190,600
300
228,750
3,100
10,970
13,500
8,800
4,150
3,120
43,640
2210
2220
2230
2200
107,114
728,070
11,000
846,184
6,128
79,798
155
86,081
210,247
1,300
50,000
261,547
91,500
106,304
82,528
280,332
247,900
415,000
61,450
120,661
606,100
7,500
31,100
12,000
2,750
20,000
662,900
182,111
644,700
34,750
2410
2490
2,716,653
772,725
38,798
29,915
2400
2,716,653
772,725
38,798
29,915
12,000
1,000
0
0
15,500
30,139
0
228,000
33,000
890
4,902
0
0
0
46,931
0
28,479,421
0
5,439,972
497,497
0
0
0
1,537,676
1,526,065
412,575
344,515
337,432
723,020
0
0
0
2,400,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41,698,173
0
1,123,925
777,504
497,665
548,435
700,500
3,420
3,651,449
0
419,989
916,722
143,683
1,480,394
11,000
0
2,400,000
0
2,676,500
2,000
1,000
2,150
0
0
5,150
Support Services - Instructional Staff
Improvement of Instruction Services
Educational Media Services
Assessment & Testing
Total Support Services - Instructional Staff
Support Services - General Administration
Board of Education Services
Executive Administration Services
Special Area Administration Services
Tort Immunity Services
Total Support Services - General Administration
2310
2320
2330
2360 2370
2300
5,000
1,250
0
0
0
6,250
15,000
4,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
21,000
4,000
8,492
500
8,492
500
633,100
325,600
590,761
0
0
1,549,461
Support Services - School Administration
Office of the Principal Services
Other Support Services - School Administration
(Describe & Itemize)
Total Support Services - School Administration
0
3,567,083
0
0
3,567,083
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57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
Funct
#
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(100)
(200)
(300)
(400)
(500)
(600)
(700)
(800)
(900)
Salaries
Employee
Benefits
Purchased
Services
Supplies &
Materials
Capital Outlay
Other Objects
Non-Capitalized
Equipment
Termination
Benefits
Total
Support Services - Business
Direction of Business Support Services
Fiscal Services
Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services
Pupil Transportation Services
Food Services
Internal Services
Total Support Services - Business
2510
2520
2540
2550
2560
2570
2500
155,000
140,000
27,000
41,695
33,960
16,000
164,750
322,000
75,655
3,650
1,475,000
21,000
1,680,400
574,000
108,920
399,400
717,250
1,799,570
117,100
21,800
277,060
101,900
517,860
9,395,307
18,500
1,960,341
1,050
6,000
85,000
85,000
45,733
800
3,000
257,000
5,000
50,000
96,000
180,733
3,800
257,000
750
149,000
149,000
1,500
750
17,000
2,500
21,750
388,000
388,750
0
329,733
55,042
661,650
0
0
219,495
768,710
72,733
3,650
1,530,000
21,000
2,615,588
Support Services - Central
Direction of Central Support Services
Planning, Research, Development & Evaluation Services
Information Services
Staff Services
Data Processing Services
Total Support Services - Central
Other Support Services (Describe & Itemize)
Total Support Services
COMMUNITY SERVICES (ED)
2610
2620
2630
2640
2660
2600
2900
2000
3000
99,000
45,000
115,750
324,000
583,750
312,916
3,750,861
44,400
60,000
22,000
8,000
159,000
249,000
733,637
5,964
0
852,350
198,470
817,210
1,841,650
3,709,680
312,916
16,886,571
69,914
PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS (ED)
Payments to Other Govt Units (In-State)
Payments for Regular Programs
Payments for Special Education Programs
Payments for Adult/Continuing Education Programs
Payments for CTE Programs
Payments for Community College Programs
Other Payments to In-State Govt Units (Describe & Itemize)
Total Payments to Districts and Other Govt Units
(In-State)
Payments for Regular Programs - Tuition
Payments for Special Education Programs - Tuition
Payments for Adult/Continuing Education Programs - Tuition
Payments for CTE Programs - Tuition
Payments for Community College Programs - Tuition
Payments for Other Programs - Tuition
Other Payments to In-State Govt Units
Total Payments to Other Dist & Govt Units - Tuition
(In State)
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
0
0
0
0
0
5,300
4110
4120
4130
4140
4170
4190
4100
5,300
5,300
0
308,000
1,262,200
5,300
308,000
1,262,200
0
0
0
0
0
1,570,200
1,570,200
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,300
1,570,200
0
0
1,575,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4210
4220
4230
4240
4270
4280
4290
4200
Payments for Regular Programs - Transfers
4310
Payments for Special Education Programs - Transfers
Payments for Adult/Continuing Ed Programs - Transfers
Payments for CTE Programs - Transfers
Payments for Community College Program - Transfers
Payments for Other Programs - Transfers
Other Payments to In-State Govt Units - Transfers
Total Payments to Other District & Govt Units Transfers (In State)
Payments to Other District & Govt Units (Out of State)
Total Payments to Other District & Govt Units
4320
4330
4340
4370
4380
4390
4300
4400
4000
DEBT SERVICE (ED)
9/16/2011
Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
Tax Anticipation Warrants
Tax Anticipation Notes
Corporate Personal Property Repl Tax Anticipated Notes
State Aid Anticipation Certificates
Other Interest on Short-Term Debt
Total Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
5110
5120
5130
5140
5150
5100
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2
3
110
111
112
113
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Debt Service - Interest on Long-Term Debt
Total Debt Service
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES (ED)
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G
H
I
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(300)
(400)
(500)
(600)
(700)
(800)
(900)
Salaries
Employee
Benefits
Purchased
Services
Supplies &
Materials
Capital Outlay
Other Objects
Non-Capitalized
Equipment
Termination
Benefits
Total
5200
0
5000
6000
42,397,191
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
114
115
116 20 - OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FUND (O&M)
117 SUPPORT SERVICES (O&M)
Support Services - Pupil
118
119
Other Support Services - Pupils (Describe & Itemize)
Support Services - Business
120
121
Direction of Business Support Services
122
Facilities Acquisition & Construction Services
123
Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services
124
Pupil Transportation Services
125
Food Services
126
Total Support Services - Business
127
Other Support Services (Describe & Itemize)
128
Total Support Services
129 COMMUNITY SERVICES (O&M)
130 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS (O&M)
Payments to Other Govt Units (In-State)
131
132
Payments for Special Education Programs
133
Payments for CTE Program
Other Payments to In-State Govt Units (Describe & Itemize)
134
135
Total Payments to Other Govt Units (In-State)
136
Payments to Other Govt Units (Out of State)
137
Total Payments to Other District and Govt Unit
138 DEBT SERVICE (O&M)
Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
139
140
Tax Anticipation Warrants
141
Tax Anticipation Notes
142
Corporate Personal Prop Repl Tax Anticipated Notes
143
State Aid Anticipation Certificates
144
Other Interest on Short-Term Debt (Describe & Itemize)
145
Total Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
146
Debt Service - Interest on Long-Term Debt
147
Total Debt Service
148 PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES (O&M)
149
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
C
(100)
6,006,716
4,553,807
1,932,388
329,733
4,301,742
9/16/2011
0
1,355,084
0
2190
2510
2530
2540
2550
2560
2500
254,500
43,400
33,000
4,547,000
20,000
2,139,000
12,000
1,892,000
254,500
43,400
4,580,000
2,159,000
1,904,000
0
75,000
0
254,500
43,400
4,580,000
2,159,000
1,904,000
0
75,000
0
75,000
2900
2000
3000
4120
4140
4190
4100
0
0
4400
4000
0
0
5110
5120
5130
5140
5150
5100
5200
0
5000
6000
254,500
43,400
4,580,000
2,159,000
1,904,000
0
0
65,000
8,950,900
0
0
9,015,900
0
9,015,900
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
150
151
152 30 - DEBT SERVICE FUND (DS)
153 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS (DS)
154 DEBT SERVICE (DS)
Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
155
156
Tax Anticipation Warrants
157
Tax Anticipation Notes
158
Corporate Personal Prop Repl Tax Anticipation Notes
159
State Aid Anticipation Certificates
160
Other Interest on Short-Term Debt (Describe & Itemize)
161
Total Debt Service - Interest On Short-Term Debt
708,581
0
0
0
60,230,158
75,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,015,900
(10,417)
4000
5110
5120
5130
5140
5150
5100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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2
3
162
163
164
165
166
167
Debt Service - Interest on Long-Term Debt
Debt Service - Payments of Principal on Long-Term Debt
(Lease/Purchase Principal Retired)
Debt Service Other (Describe & Itemize)
199
200
201
202
203
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(100)
(200)
(300)
(400)
(500)
(600)
(700)
(800)
(900)
Salaries
Employee
Benefits
Purchased
Services
Supplies &
Materials
Capital Outlay
Other Objects
Non-Capitalized
Equipment
Termination
Benefits
Total
5200
4,609,236
4,609,236
3,412,190
3,412,190
3,520
8,024,946
0
8,024,946
15
5300
5400
5000
Total Debt Service
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES (DS)
3,520
3,520
8,021,426
3,520
8,021,426
6000
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
168
169
170 40 - TRANSPORTATION FUND (TR)
171 SUPPORT SERVICES (TR)
172 Support Services - Pupils
173
Other Support Services - Pupils (Describe & Itemize)
174 Support Services - Business
175
Pupil Transportation Services
176
Other Support Services (Describe & Itemize)
177
Total Support Services
178 COMMUNITY SERVICES (TR)
179 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS (TR)
Payments to Other Govt Units (In-State)
180
181
Payments for Regular Program
182
Payments for Special Education Programs
183
Payments for Adult/Continuing Education Programs
184
Payments for CTE Programs
185
Payments for Community College Programs
Other Payments to In-State Govt Units (Describe & Itemize)
186
187
Total Payments to Other Govt Units (In-State)
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
Payments to Other Govt Units (Out-of-State)
(Describe & Itemize)
Total Payments to Other Districts & Govt Units
(275,722)
0
2190
2550
2900
2000
1,390,000
116,290
1,675,845
349,000
4,888,850
1,450
1,390,000
116,290
1,675,845
349,000
4,888,850
1,450
0
0
3000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4110
4120
4130
4140
4170
4190
4100
4400
4000
8,421,435
0
8,421,435
0
DEBT SERVICE (TR)
Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
Tax Anticipation Warrants
Tax Anticipation Notes
Corporate Personal Prop Repl Tax Anticipation Notes
State Aid Anticipation Certificates
Other Interest on Short-Term Debt (Describe and Itemize)
Total Debt Service - Interest On Short-Term Debt
Debt Service - Interest on Long-Term Debt
Debt Service - Payments of Principal on Long-Term Debt
(Lease/Purchase Principal Retired)
Debt Service - Other (Describe and Itemize)
Total Debt Service
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES (TR)
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
15
204
205
206 50 - MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT/SOC SEC FUND (MR/SS)
207 INSTRUCTION (MR/SS)
208
Regular Program
209
Pre-K Programs
210
Special Education Programs (Functions 1200-1220)
211
Special Education Programs Pre-K
212
Remedial and Supplemental Programs K-12
213
Remedial and Supplemental Programs Pre-K
9/16/2011
5110
5120
5130
5140
5150
5100
5200
5300
0
0
0
0
5400
0
5000
6000
1,390,000
116,290
1,675,845
349,000
4,888,850
1,450
0
0
0
8,421,435
(3,895,375)
1100
1125
1200
1225
1250
1275
260,470
131,350
216,150
29,000
260,470
131,350
216,150
29,000
0
0
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B
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2
3
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
Adult/Continuing Education Programs
CTE Programs
Interscholastic Programs
Summer School Programs
Gifted Programs
Driver's Education Programs
Bilingual Programs
Truant Alternative & Optional Programs
Total Instruction
SUPPORT SERVICES (MR/SS)
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
9/16/2011
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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
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1300
1400
1500
1600
1650
1700
1800
1900
1000
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(100)
(200)
(300)
(400)
(500)
(600)
(700)
(800)
(900)
Salaries
Employee
Benefits
Purchased
Services
Supplies &
Materials
Capital Outlay
Other Objects
Non-Capitalized
Equipment
Termination
Benefits
Total
12,990
30,025
13,050
4,200
3,900
8,000
709,135
0
12,990
30,025
13,050
4,200
3,900
8,000
0
709,135
Support Services - Pupil
Attendance & Social Work Services
Guidance Services
Health Services
Psychological Services
Speech Pathology & Audiology Services
Other Support Services - Pupils (Describe & Itemize)
Total Support Services - Pupil
2110
2120
2130
2140
2150
2190
2100
13,000
17,800
36,700
6,200
5,000
78,700
13,000
17,800
36,700
6,200
5,000
0
78,700
2,805
33,400
200
36,405
2,805
33,400
200
36,405
17,800
19,260
0
17,800
19,260
0
Support Services - Instructional Staff
Improvement of Instruction Services
Educational Media Services
Assessment & Testing
Total Support Services - Instructional Staff
Support Services - General Administration
2210
2220
Board of Education Services
Executive Administration Services
Special Area Administrative Services
Claims Paid from Self Insurance Fund
Workers' Compensation or Workers' Occupation Disease Acts
Payments
Unemployment Insurance Payments
Insurance Payments (regular or self-insurance)
Risk Management and Claims Services Payments
Judgment and Settlements
Educational, Inspectional, Supervisory Services Related to Loss
Prevention or Reduction
Reciprocal Insurance Payments
Legal Service
Total Support Services - General Administration
2310
2320
2330
2361
2362
2230
2200
0
0
0
0
0
2363
2364
2365
2366
2367
37,060
0
0
0
37,060
2410
2490
128,350
128,350
2400
128,350
0
128,350
2510
2520
2530
2540
2550
2560
2570
2500
2,100
22,500
2368
2369
2300
Support Services - School Administration
Office of the Principal Services
Other Support Services - School Administration
(Describe & Itemize)
Total Support Services - School Administration
Support Services - Business
Direction of Business Support Services
Fiscal Services
Facilities Acquisition & Construction Services
Operation & Maintenance of Plant Service
Pupil Transportation Services
Food Services
Internal Services
Total Support Services - Business
47,500
231,000
303,100
2,100
22,500
0
47,500
231,000
0
0
303,100
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B
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Description
2
3
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
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(500)
(600)
(700)
(800)
(900)
Salaries
Employee
Benefits
Purchased
Services
Supplies &
Materials
Capital Outlay
Other Objects
Non-Capitalized
Equipment
Termination
Benefits
Total
Support Services - Central
Direction of Central Support Services
Planning, Research, Development & Evaluation Services
Information Services
Staff Services
Data Processing Services
Total Support Services - Central
Other Support Services (Describe & Itemize)
Total Support Services
COMMUNITY SERVICES (MR/SS)
2610
2620
2630
10,500
2640
2660
2600
53,500
125,000
189,000
0
10,500
0
53,500
125,000
189,000
0
772,615
19,200
2900
2000
3000
772,615
19,200
4120
4140
4000
128,000
PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS (MR/SS)
Payments for Special Education Programs
Payments for CTE Programs
Total Payments to Other Districts & Govt Units
DEBT SERVICE (MR/SS)
128,000
128,000
0
128,000
1,628,950
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,628,950
Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
Tax Anticipation Warrants
Tax Anticipation Notes
Corporate Personal Prop Repl Tax Anticipation Notes
State Aid Anticipation Certificates
Other (Describe & Itemize)
Total Debt Service
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES (MR/SS)
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
288
289
290 60 - CAPITAL PROJECTS (CP)
291 SUPPORT SERVICES (CP)
Support Services - Business
292
293
Facilities Acquisition & Construction Services
294
Other Support Services (Describe & Itemize)
295
Total Support Services
296 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS (CP)
Payments to Other Govt Units (In-State)
297
298
Payments to Other Govt Units (In-State)
299
Payment for Special Education Programs
300
Payment for CTE Programs
301
302
303
304
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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
Other Payments to In-State Governmental Units
(Describe & Itemize)
Total Payments to Other Districts & Govt Units
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES (CP)
9/16/2011
Workers' Compensation or Workers' Occupational Disease Act
Payments
Unemployment Insurance Payments
Insurance Payments (regular or self-insurance)
Risk Management and Claims Services Payments
Judgment and Settlements
0
6000
0
27,823
2530
2900
2000
750,000
0
0
750,000
225,000
0
225,000
125,000
0
125,000
1,100,000
0
1,100,000
0
0
0
4100
4120
4140
4190
0
4000
0
6000
0
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
305
306
307 70 WORKING CASH FUND (WC)
308
309 80 - TORT FUND (TF)
310 SUPPORT SERVICES - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Claims Paid from Self Insurance Fund
311
312
313
314
315
316
5110
5120
5130
5140
5150
5000
0
750,000
0
225,000
0
125,000
0
0
0
1,100,000
(1,099,040)
2361
2362
2363
2364
2365
2366
0
0
0
0
0
0
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2
3
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
Educational, Inspectional, Supervisory Services Related to Loss
Prevention or Reduction
Reciprocal Insurance Payments
Legal Service
Property Insurance (Building & Grounds)
Vehicle Insurance (Transportation)
Total Support Services - General Administration
DEBT SERVICE (TF)
354
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
(100)
(200)
(300)
(400)
(500)
(600)
(700)
(800)
(900)
Salaries
Employee
Benefits
Purchased
Services
Supplies &
Materials
Capital Outlay
Other Objects
Non-Capitalized
Equipment
Termination
Benefits
Total
2367
2368
2369
2371
2372
2000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
Tax Anticipation Warrants
5110
Corporate Personal Property Replacement Tax Anticipation Notes
5130
Other Interest or Short-Term Debt
Total Debt Service
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES (TF)
PROVISIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES (FP&S)
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
9/16/2011
0
6000
0
Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts/Revenues Over
Disbursements/Expenditures
Debt Service - Payments of Principal on Long-Term Debt
(Lease/Purchase Principal Retired)
Total Debt Service
0
5150
5000
331
332
333 90 - FIRE PREVENTION & SAFETY FUND (FP&S)
334 SUPPORT SERVICES (FP&S)
Support Services - Business
335
336
Facilities Acquisition & Construction Services
337
Operation & Maintenance of Plant Service
338
Total Support Services - Business
339
Other Support Services (Describe & Itemize)
340
Total Support Services
341 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT UNITS (FP&S)
Other Payments to In-State Govt Units (Describe & Itemize)
342
343
Total Payments to Other Districts & Govt Units (FPS)
344 DEBT SERVICE (FP&S)
Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
345
346
Tax Anticipation Warrants
347
Other Interest on Short-Term Debt
348
Total Debt Service - Interest on Short-Term Debt
Debt Service - Interest on Long-Term Debt
349
350
351
352
353
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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2530
2540
2500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2900
2000
4190
5110
5150
5100
5200
15
0
0
0
4000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5300
0
5000
6000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Line 81/Revenue - Education Fund - Fees for Student Testing
Line 107/Revenue - Education Fund - Collection Fees: O & M Fund - Erate
Line 171/Revenue - Education Fund - National Board Certification & State Library Grant
Line 40/Expenditures - Misc. Supplies/PS for Student Services at the High School
Line 164/Expenditures - Bond Fees
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B
C
D
E
F
TRANSPORTATION
WORKING CASH
TOTAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
34-049-095-026
DEFICIT BUDGET SUMMARY INFORMATION - Operating Funds Only
EDUCATIONAL
Direct Revenues
Direct Expenditures
Difference
Estimated Fund Balance - June 30, 2012
OPERATIONS &
MAINTENANCE
61,585,242
60,230,158
1,355,084
9,005,483
9,015,900
(10,417)
4,526,060
8,421,435
(3,895,375)
21,239,975
6,061,703
6,062,976
7,768
7,768
514,562
75,124,553
77,667,493
(2,542,940)
33,879,216
Unbalanced budget, however, a deficit reduction plan is not required
at this time.
9
10
11
12
13
14
A deficit reduction plan is required if the local board of education adopts (or amends) the 2011-12 school district budget in which the “operating
funds” listed above result in direct revenues (line 5) being less than direct expenditures (line 6) by an amount equal to or greater than one-third
(1/3) of the ending fund balance (line 8).
Note: The balance is determined using only the four funds listed above. That is, if the estimated ending fund balance is less than three times
the deficit spending, the district must adopt and file with ISBE a deficit reduction plan to balance the shortfall within three years.
The deficit reduction plan, if required, is developed using ISBE guidelines and format.
ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL BUSINESS SERVICES DIVISION
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Working Cash
Fund
Total
DEFICIT REDUCTION PLAN
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
ESTIMATED BUDGET
FY2011-12
34-049-095-026
District Number
Educational Fund
Operations &
Maintenance Fund
20,152,155
6,056,120
5,773,895
506,794
32,488,964
54,818,096
8,865,483
2,510,060
7,768
66,201,407
0
5,433,043
1,334,103
61,585,242
0
0
140,000
9,005,483
0
2,016,000
0
4,526,060
0
0
7,768
0
7,449,043
1,474,103
75,124,553
41,698,173
16,886,571
69,914
1,575,500
0
0
60,230,158
9,015,900
0
0
0
0
9,015,900
8,421,435
0
0
0
0
8,421,435
6
Transportation
Fund
ESTIMATED BEGINNING FUND BALANCE
7
(must equal prior Ending Fund Balance)
RECEIPTS/REVENUES
8
9 LOCAL SOURCES
FLOW-THROUGH RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM ONE
10 DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
11 STATE SOURCES
12 FEDERAL SOURCES
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Acct
No.
1000
2000
3000
4000
Total Receipts/Revenues
DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
INSTRUCTION
SUPPORT SERVICES
COMMUNITY SERVICES
PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT. UNITS
DEBT SERVICES
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES
22
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
Total Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess of Receipts/Revenue Over/(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures
23 OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
24 OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS (7000)
25 OTHER USES OF FUNDS (8000)
TOTAL OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
26
27 ESTIMATED ENDING FUND BALANCE
FY12 State Budget Form
Funct
No.
1000
1,355,084
0
267,264
(267,264)
21,239,975
41,698,173
34,323,906
69,914
1,575,500
0
0
77,667,493
(10,417)
(3,895,375)
7,768
(2,542,940)
16,000
0
16,000
4,184,456
0
4,184,456
0
0
0
4,200,456
267,264
3,933,192
6,061,703
6,062,976
514,562
33,879,216
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Working Cash
Fund
Total
ESTIMATED BUDGET
FY2012-13
34-049-095-026
District Number
Educational Fund
Operations &
Maintenance Fund
21,239,975
6,061,703
6
Transportation
Fund
ESTIMATED BEGINNING FUND BALANCE
7
(must equal prior Ending Fund Balance)
RECEIPTS/REVENUES
8
9 LOCAL SOURCES
FLOW-THROUGH RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM ONE
10 DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
11 STATE SOURCES
12 FEDERAL SOURCES
13
4000
0
0
0
3000
4000
5000
6000
Excess of Receipts/Revenue Over/(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2000
22
FY12 State Budget Form
0
Funct
No.
1000
Total Disbursements/Expenditures
33,879,216
0
3000
21
23 OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
24 OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS (7000)
25 OTHER USES OF FUNDS (8000)
TOTAL OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
26
27 ESTIMATED ENDING FUND BALANCE
514,562
2000
Total Receipts/Revenues
14 DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
15 INSTRUCTION
16 SUPPORT SERVICES
17 COMMUNITY SERVICES
18 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT. UNITS
19 DEBT SERVICES
20 PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES
6,062,976
Acct
No.
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21,239,975
6,061,703
6,062,976
514,562
33,879,216
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Working Cash
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Total
ESTIMATED BUDGET
FY2013-14
34-049-095-026
District Number
Educational Fund
Operations &
Maintenance Fund
21,239,975
6,061,703
6
Transportation
Fund
ESTIMATED BEGINNING FUND BALANCE
7
(must equal prior Ending Fund Balance)
RECEIPTS/REVENUES
8
9 LOCAL SOURCES
FLOW-THROUGH RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM ONE
10 DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
11 STATE SOURCES
12 FEDERAL SOURCES
13
4000
0
0
0
3000
4000
5000
6000
Excess of Receipts/Revenue Over/(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2000
22
FY12 State Budget Form
0
Funct
No.
1000
Total Disbursements/Expenditures
33,879,216
0
3000
21
23 OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
24 OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS (7000)
25 OTHER USES OF FUNDS (8000)
TOTAL OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
26
27 ESTIMATED ENDING FUND BALANCE
514,562
2000
Total Receipts/Revenues
14 DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
15 INSTRUCTION
16 SUPPORT SERVICES
17 COMMUNITY SERVICES
18 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT. UNITS
19 DEBT SERVICES
20 PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES
6,062,976
Acct
No.
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21,239,975
6,061,703
6,062,976
514,562
33,879,216
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Total
ESTIMATED BUDGET
FY2014-15
34-049-095-026
District Number
Educational Fund
Operations &
Maintenance Fund
21,239,975
6,061,703
6
Transportation
Fund
ESTIMATED BEGINNING FUND BALANCE
7
(must equal prior Ending Fund Balance)
RECEIPTS/REVENUES
8
9 LOCAL SOURCES
FLOW-THROUGH RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM ONE
10 DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
11 STATE SOURCES
12 FEDERAL SOURCES
13
4000
0
0
0
3000
4000
5000
6000
Excess of Receipts/Revenue Over/(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2000
22
FY12 State Budget Form
0
Funct
No.
1000
Total Disbursements/Expenditures
33,879,216
0
3000
21
23 OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
24 OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS (7000)
25 OTHER USES OF FUNDS (8000)
TOTAL OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
26
27 ESTIMATED ENDING FUND BALANCE
514,562
2000
Total Receipts/Revenues
14 DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
15 INSTRUCTION
16 SUPPORT SERVICES
17 COMMUNITY SERVICES
18 PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT. UNITS
19 DEBT SERVICES
20 PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES
6,062,976
Acct
No.
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21,239,975
6,061,703
6,062,976
514,562
33,879,216
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SUMMARY
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
BUDGET ADDENDUM - DEFICIT REDUCTION PLAN
ESTIMATED BUDGET
Date of Adoption:
34-049-095-026
District Number
(Enter as MM/DD/YY)
FY2011-12
FY2012-13
FY2013-14
FY2014-15
6
ESTIMATED BEGINNING FUND BALANCE
7
(must equal prior Ending Fund Balance)
RECEIPTS/REVENUES
8
9 LOCAL SOURCES
FLOW-THROUGH RECEIPTS/REVENUES FROM ONE
10 DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
11 STATE SOURCES
12 FEDERAL SOURCES
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Acct
No.
1000
2000
3000
4000
Total Receipts/Revenues
DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
INSTRUCTION
SUPPORT SERVICES
COMMUNITY SERVICES
PAYMENTS TO OTHER DISTRICTS & GOVT. UNITS
DEBT SERVICES
PROVISION FOR CONTINGENCIES
22
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
Total Disbursements/Expenditures
Excess of Receipts/Revenue Over/(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures
23 OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
24 OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS (7000)
25 OTHER USES OF FUNDS (8000)
TOTAL OTHER SOURCES/USES OF FUNDS
26
27 ESTIMATED ENDING FUND BALANCE
FY12 State Budget Form
Funct
No.
1000
32,488,964
33,879,216
33,879,216
33,879,216
66,201,407
0
0
0
0
7,449,043
1,474,103
75,124,553
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41,698,173
34,323,906
69,914
1,575,500
0
0
77,667,493
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(2,542,940)
0
0
0
4,200,456
267,264
3,933,192
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33,879,216
33,879,216
33,879,216
33,879,216
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Deficit Reduction Plan-Background/Assumptions
Fiscal Year 2012 through Fiscal Year 2015
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
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Please complete the following schedule and include a brief description to identify any areas of the budget that will be impacted from one year to the
next. If the deficit reduction plan relies upon new local revenues, identify contingencies for further budget reductions which will be enacted in the event
those new revenues are not available. For additional information, please see:
www.isbe.net/sfms/budget/2012/budget.htm
1. Background and Narrative of Budget Reductions:
2. Assumptions Used in the Deficit Reduction Plan:
- Foundation Levels for General State Aid:
- Equal Assessed Valuation and Tax Rates:
- Employee Salaries and Benefits:
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- Short and Long Term Borrowing:
- Educational Impact:
- Other Assumptions:
- Has the district considered shared services (Ex: Media Coop, Transportation, Insurance) If yes please explain:
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ESTIMATED LIMITATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
(For Local Use Only)
This is an estimated Limitation of Administrative Costs Worksheet only and will not be accepted for Official Submission of the Limitation of
Administrative Costs Worksheet .
The worksheet is intended for use during the budgeting process to estimate the district's percent increase of FY2012 budgeted expenditures over FY2011 actual expenditures.
Budget information is copied to this page. Insert the prior year estimated actual expenditures to compute the estimated percentage increase (decrease).
The official Limitation of Administrative Costs Worksheet is attached to the end of the Annual
Financial Report (ISBE Form 50-35) and may be submitted in conjunction with that report.
An official Limitation of Administrative Costs Worksheet can
also be found on the ISBE website at:
Limitation of Administrative Costs
School District Name:
ESTIMATED LIMITATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
WORKSHEET
RCDT Number:
(Section 17-1.5 of the School Code)
Estimated Actual Expenditures,
Fiscal Year 2011
(10)
Description
Funct.
No.
1. Executive Administration Services
2320
2. Special Area Administration Services
3. Other Support Services - School
Administration
4. Direction of Business Support Services
2330
2490
2510
5. Internal Services
2570
6. Direction of Central Support Services
2610
7. Deduct - Early Retirement or Other Pension
Obligations Included Above
8.
Totals
9. Estimated Percent Increase (Decrease) for FY2012
(Budgeted) over FY2011 (Actual)
School No: FY12 State Budget Form
Educational
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
357,722
542,124
185,415
19,469
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Budgeted Expenditures,
Fiscal Year 2012
(10)
Total
(20)
Operations &
Maintenance
Educational
Total
357,722
542,124
325,600
590,761
325,600
590,761
0
0
0
185,415
19,469
0
219,495
21,000
0
0
219,495
21,000
0
0
1,104,730
0
1,104,730
0
1,156,856
0
1,156,856
5%
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REPORTING OF PUBLIC VENDOR CONTRACTS OF $1,000 OR MORE
Lake Zurich CUSD 95
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In accordance with the School Code, Section 10-20.21, all school districts are required to file a report listing ‘vendor contracts’ as an attachment to their budget. In this context, the term "vendor
contracts" refers to "all contracts and agreements that pertain to goods and services that were intended to generate additional revenue and other remunerations for the school district in excess of $1,000,
including without limitation vending machine contracts, sports and other attire, class rings, and photographic services. The report is to list information regarding such contracts for the fiscal year
immediately preceding the fiscal year of the budget. All such contracts executed on or after July 1, 2007 must be approved by the school board.
See: School Code, Section 10-20.21 - Contracts
(Sheet is unprotected and can be re-formatted as needed, but must be used for submission)
Name of Vendor
Coke
VIP Pictures
Color Portraits
Lifetouch Photo
Product or Service
Provided
Beverages
Student Photos
Student Photos
Student Photos
Net Revenue
5,491
3,655
5,469
7,293
Non-Monetary
Remuneration
Purpose of Proceeds
Support HS Programs
Support HS Programs
Student Activities
Student Activities
Distribution Method and Recipient of
Non-Monetary Remunerations
Distributed
School based
School based
School based
School based
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REFERENCE PAGE
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Reference Description
1
Each fund balance should correspond to the fund balance reflected on the books as of June 30th - Balance Sheet Accounts #720 and
#730 (audit figures, if available).
2
Accounting and Financial Reporting for Certain Grants and Other Financial Assistance. The "On-Behalf" Payments should only be
reflected on this page (Budget Summary, Lines 10 and 20).
3
Requires the secretary of the school board to notify the county clerk (within 30 days of the transfer approval) to abate an equal amount of
taxes to be next extended. See Sec. 10-22.14 & 17-2.11.
4
Principal on Bonds Sold:
(1) Funding Bonds are to be entered in the fund or funds in which the liability occurs.
(2) Refunding Bonds can be entered in the Debt Services Fund only.
(3) Building Bonds can be entered in the Capital Projects Fund only.
(4) Fire Prevention and Safety Bonds can be entered in the Fire Prevention & Safety Fund only.
5
The proceeds from the sale of school sites, buildings, or other real estate shall be used first to pay the principal and interest on any
outstanding bonds on the property being sold, and after all such bonds have been retired, the remaining proceeds from the sale next shall
be used by the school board to meet any urgent district needs as determined under Sections 2-3.12 and 17-2.11 of the School Code.
Once these issues have been addressed, any remaining proceeds may be used for any other authorized purpose and for deposit into any
district fund.
6
The School Code, Section 10-22.44 prohibits the transfer of interest earned on the investment of "any funds for purposes of Illinois
Municipal Retirement under the Pension Code." This prohibition does not include funds for Social Security and Medicare-only purposes.
For additional requirements on interest earnings, see 23 Illinois Administrative Code, Part 100, Section 100.50.
7
Cash plus investments must be greater than or equal to zero.
8
For cash basis budgets, this total will equal the Budget Summary - Total Direct Receipts/Revenues (Line 9) plus Total Other Sources of
Funds (Line 45).
9
For cash basis budgets, this total will equal the Budget Summary - Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures (Line 19) plus Total Other
Uses of Funds (Line 63).
10
Working Cash Fund loans may be made to any district fund for which taxes are levied (Section 20-6 of the School Code).
11
Include revenue accounts 1110 through 1115, 1117,1118 & 1120.
12
The School Code Section 17-2.2c. Tax for leasing educational facilities or computer technology or both, and for temporary relocation
expense purposes.
13
Corporate personal property replacement tax revenue must be first applied to the Municipal Retirement/Social Security Fund to replace tax
revenue lost due to the abolition of the corporate personal property tax (30 ILCS 115/12). This provision does not apply to taxes levied for
Medicare-Only purposes.
14
Only tuition payments made to private facilities. See Functions 4200 or 4400 for estimated public facility disbursements/expenditures.
15
Payment towards the retirement of lease/purchase agreements or bonded/other indebtedness (principal only) otherwise reported within the
fund - e.g.: alternate revenue bonds. (Describe & Itemize)
16
Only abolishment of Working Cash Fund must transfer its funds directly to the Educational Fund upon adoption of a resolution and
at the close of the current school Year (see 105 ILCS 5/20-8 for further explanation)
Only abatement of working cash fund can transfer its funds to any fund in most need of money
(see 105 ILCS 5/20-10 for further explanation)
H:\Budget\FY2012\FY12 State Budget Form
9/16/2011
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95
Report to Board of Education
Board Meeting Date: September 22, 2011
From: Vicky Cullinan, Assistant Superintendent of Business and Operations
Re:
Adoption of 2011-2012 Budget
Policy Reference: 4:10 – Fiscal and Budget Management
Background:
The FY12 budget was presented at the September Committee of the Whole. At the
committee meeting line item detail was presented and the assumptions used in the
development of the budget were discussed.
The board must adopt the FY12 fiscal year budget prior to September 30th each year. We
are required to have a budget hearing prior to the board’s adoption of the budget. This
will occur prior to the board meeting at 6:45pm. Later in the meeting the budget will be
presented for adoption. The budget is then submitted to the State Board of Education, the
Lake County Clerk and posted on the district’s website.
Analysis:
Presented to the Board tonight is the budget in the format that is submitted to the state and
is utilized by the auditors when preparing the Annual Financial Report.
The total amount budgeted corresponds to the line item detail provided to the Board at the
Committee of the Whole. In entering the budget a few functions were adjusted to correctly
correspond to the Illinois Program Accounting Manual.
Recommendation:
It is the recommendation of the administration to adopt the FY12 budget as presented.
Motion:
To approve the 2011-2012 budget as presented.
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95
Report to Board of Education
Board Meeting Date: September 22, 2011
From: Vicky Cullinan, Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations
Re: IF/MSS Fence Installation Bid
Policy Reference: 4:60 – Purchases and Contracts
Background:
As previously discussed with the board, fences at Isaac Fox and Middle School South have
deteriorated and are in need of replacing. Additionally, the fences suffered further damage
during the wind storms this past summer. We have submitted a claim to our insurance
company and the cost (less deductible) should be reimbursed. It was anticipated that the
cost of replacement would exceed the $25,000 bidding threshold.
A bid opening was held on September 13, 2011 at the district office. Six bidders provided
bids. The results are attached.
Analysis:
The lowest bidder was Meir’s Outdoor World for $22,845. Lyle has checked several of their
references and they have done satisfactory work for the school district in the past. Lyle
has reviewed the scope of the work, as well as the legal requirements related to
performing work for a school district, with the contractor.
Recommendation:
It is the recommendation of the administration to award the bid for the Isaac Fox and
Middle School South Fence installation to Meier’s Outdoor World.
Motion:
To award the bid for the Isaac Fox and Middle School South Fence installation to Meier’s
Outdoor World in the amount of $22,845.
BID TABULATION
OWNER
Fence Installation-IF & MSS
Board of Education
Community Unit School District 95
400 South Old Rand Road
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
September 13, 2011 - 11:30am
Bidders
Bid Base
Addendum
Custom Built
$25,794
yes
Dura Built
$25,122
yes
Peerless Fence
$36,420
yes
Action Fence
$24,350
yes
Complete Fence
$42,750
yes
Meirs Outdoor
$22,845
yes
Notes
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95
Report to Board of Education
Board Meeting Date: September 22, 2011
From: Vicky Cullinan, Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations
Re: Electrical Bid Award/ May Whitney Site Improvement
Policy Reference: 4:60 – Purchases and Contracts
Background:
The next step in the May Whitney site improvement project is to reinstall the electrical
outlets for the school buses. The work was planned by Ruck Pate. The district held a bid
opening on September 7, 2011. Seven bidders provided bids. The bid results are attached.
Analysis:
The lowest bidder was Powerlink Electric for $28,055.00. References were checked by
Steve Dolezal. Please see the attached letter for his recommendation.
Two alternates were offered to delete the site restoration and use a less durable enclosure.
It is the recommendation that neither alternate is a cost effective option. If additional
work is needed we will negotiate a per unit cost that is in alignment with the other bidders.
Ruck Pate as suggested a $6,000 contingency.
Recommendation:
It is the recommendation of the administration to award the bid for the May Whitney
Electrical Work to Powerlink Electric for the amount of $28,055.00
Motion:
To award the bid for the May Whitney Electrical Work to Powerlink Electric for the amount
of $28,055.00
Ruck Pate
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15 September 2011
Mr. Lyle Erstad
Community Unit School District 95
66 Church Street
Lake Zurich, Illinois 60047
Re:
Site Improvements for May Whitney School
Projects 1165.01
Dear Mr. Erstad:
Bids for the referenced project were received and publicly opened on 7 September 2011 at 1:00
P.M. at the District Office. A total of seven bids were received. The low bid in the amount of
$28,055.00 was submitted by Powerlink Electric, Inc. A tabulation of the complete bid results is
attached.
We received two alternate bids. The first was to substitute a less durable aluminum electrical enclosure, for a savings of $600.00. The second was to delete the landscape restoration from the
Contractor’s scope, for a credit of $1,000.00 (if accepted, the restoration will have to be done by
others). Our belief is that the alternates do not produce enough savings to be worthwhile.
We also received unit prices for work that may be necessary depending on the existing configuration of pole lights. Powerlink’s unit prices are relatively high, and should not be accepted; if we end
up needing to do the additional work we would suggest negotiating a price that would be more in
line with the average of all bidders. Therefore we recommend keeping a contingency of about
$6,000.00.
RuckPate contacted references for Powerlink and received positive responses. We believe that
Powerlink Electric Inc. is capable of satisfactorily completing the work in accordance with the bid
documents.
Sincerely,
Steve Dolezal
enclosure
22102 North Pepper Road, Ste 201
Barrington, Illinois 60010
tel
847.381.2946
fax 847.304.1218
www.ruckpate.com
BID TABULATION
Site Electrical for May Whitney School
Project No. 1165.01
OWNER
Board of Education
Community Unit School District 95
400 South Old Rand Road
Lake Zurich, Illinois 60047
7 September 2011 - 1:00 p.m.
ARCHITECT
RuckPate Architecture
22102 North Pepper Road, Suite 201
Barrington, Illinois 60010
Alt. Bid 1 - Alum.
Enclosure
Alt. Bid 2 - Delete
Restorage of
Damaged Lawn
Add.
One
Bid
Bond
$37,507.00
($850.00)
($1,400.00)
Y
Y
$2,200
$1,300
$38,070.00
($780.00)
($1,375.00)
Y
Y
$1,225
no bid
$45,025.00
($600.00)
($900.00)
Y
Y
$32,460.00
($600.00)
($3,400.00)
Y
Y
$3,900
$1,584
$28,055.00
($600.00)
($1,000.00)
Y
Y
$5,625
$1,425
Utility Dymanics Corp.
$36,555.00
($1,075.00)
($1,750.00)
Y
Y
$4,440
$3,600
Adlite Electric
$33,419.00
($1,244.00)
($900.00)
Y
Y
no bid
no bid
Bidders
Associated Electric
Base Bid
Notes
(6) Fixtures
(6) Ballasts
Boller Construction
Carey Electric
Correct Electric
Driessen
$115 ea.+lift
$355 ea.+lift
Enviro Dymanic
Greco Electric
Jasco Electric
L.L.D. Electric
Powerlink Electric
Team Reil
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95
Report to Board of Education
Board Meeting Date: September 22, 2011
From: Vicky Cullinan, Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations
Re: Home Team Marketing Vendor Contract Approval
Policy Reference: 4:60 – Purchases and Contracts
Background:
In accordance with the School Code, Section 10-20.21 states, all school districts are
required to file a report listing ‘vendor contracts’ as an attachment to their budget. In this
context, the term "vendor contracts" refers to "all contracts and agreements that pertain to
goods and services that were intended to generate additional revenue and other
remunerations for the school district in excess of $1,000, including without limitation
vending machine contracts, sports and other attire, class rings, and photographic services.
The report is to list information regarding such contracts for the fiscal year immediately
preceding the fiscal year of the budget. All such contracts executed on or after July 1,
2007 must be approved by the school board.
Lake Zurich High School has previously entered into agreements with Home Team
Marketing. The High School athletic program is given compensation for allowing
commercial entities to advertise at athletic events. The program will result in more than
$1,000 in revenue and requires board approval.
Analysis:
The agreement with Home Team Marketing provides additional funds for the High School
athletic program. The district agrees to each vendor individually and is not obligated to
allow any vendor that the district feels would not be a good fit.
Two agreements are attached to demonstrate the content of the agreements. The district
will receive $800 from Verizon Wireless and $750 from Whole Foods.
Recommendation:
It is the recommendation of the administration to approve the administration entering into
agreements with Home Team Marketing for the 2011-2012 school year.
Motion:
To approve the administration entering into marketing agreements with Home Team
Marketing.
VERIZON WIRELESS PARTICIPATION SHEET
September 16, 2011
Home Team Marketing (HTM) is dedicated to the financial support of high school athletics. It is our
mission to maintain the reputation of being the best high school funding mechanism in the United States
with the highest respect for the high school sports experience. HTM is currently partnered with more
than 5,000 high schools across the country and serves as the official marketing arm for 18 state
associations.
Through HTM, Verizon Wireless is supporting high schools across the Midwest during the 2011-12 school
year. Your high school has been selected to participate in this exciting program. In return, your school
will receive $800 for participating (Fall). Below are the details:
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FIELD LEVEL SIGNS – For the Fall (football) season, HTM will provide two (2) 8’ (W) x 3’ (H) field
level signs to be placed 8-10 yards behind the end zone on each end of the field. These signs are
not designed to be placed on a fence.
PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCEMENTS – HTM will provide your school with a script for a PA
announcement, which is approximately 10 seconds. Please read this 2-4 times at all varsity
football and basketball games.
POSTERS– Verizon Wireless will send three (3) promotional posters to be displayed in high traffic areas within
the school throughout the duration of the campaign.
ON-SITE BOOTH/KIOSK – Verizon Wireless representatives will set-up an interactive display
inside the gates at one home varsity football to further show their support of your high school
during this sponsorship. HTM will coordinate the on-site visits directly with your high school.
Please see second page for further details on the football on-site. Verizon Wireless would like to
do a check presentation at these events.
CONTEST – Verizon Wireless will be running a contest that will last for the duration of this
program. Further details will be provided prior to the start of the season. Your school has a
chance to earn as much as $50,000 in this contest!
PAYMENT – For complying with the above and by sending HTM a picture of the signage as it is
displayed on the field and in the gym, your school will receive $800.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS:
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There is NO COST for participating in this program. HTM will produce/ship all materials needed
for your school.
Each school must provide HTM with pictures (digital or hard copy) of the signage as displayed on
the field and in the gym.
Pictures can be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to: Home Team
Marketing, 812 Huron Rd, Ste. 205, Cleveland, OH 44115.
HTM CONTACT INFO:
Danny Chalhoub
School Development
[email protected]
Office: (866) 810-2111
Fax: (877) 612-8374
www.hometeammarketing.com
AGREEMENT TO PARTICIPATE:
Athletic Director (print): _____________________
Athletic Director (signature): _________________
High School: _____________________________
Email: __________________________________
Date: _________________________
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Date of 1 Home Game: ________________________
Please fax completed sheet to 877-612-8374 to participate.
Please include your varsity football schedule!
VERIZON WIRELESS FOOTBALL ON-SITE BOOTH/KIOSK DETAILS
Verizon Wireless representatives will set-up an interactive display inside the gates at one home varsity
football game to further show their support of your high school during this sponsorship. HTM will
coordinate the on-site visits directly with your high school.
This set-up needs to be within the gates of the facility. Below you will find an example of what the
Verizon team will be bringing to the facility. If this is an issue we need to know. A major part of this
sponsorship is the on-site visit. Thank you!
WHOLE FOODS PARTICIPATION SHEET
September 16, 2011
Home Team Marketing (HTM) is dedicated to the financial support of high school athletics. It is our
mission to maintain the reputation of being the best high school funding mechanism in the United States
with the highest respect for the high school sports experience. HTM is currently partnered with more
than 5,000 high schools across the country and serves as the official marketing arm for 18 state
associations.
Through HTM, Whole Foods is supporting high schools in the Chicago area during the 2011-12 school
year. Your high school has been selected by Whole Foods to participate in this exciting program during
the Fall season. In return, your school will receive $750. Below are the details:
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FIELD LEVEL SIGNS – HTM will provide two (2) 8’ x 3’ field level signs to be placed 8-10 yards
behind the end zone on each end of the field. These signs are not designed to be placed on a
fence.
PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCEMENTS – HTM will provide your school with a script for a PA
announcement, which is approximately 10 seconds. Please read this 2-4 times at all varsity
football games.
SCHEDULE MAGNETS – A local Whole Foods representative will attend your first home varsity
football game to distribute magnets with your team’s varsity football schedule printed on it.
Please allow the representative to distribute the magnets near your admission gate(s). Please
send us your schedule for this opportunity!
PAYMENT – For complying with the above and by sending HTM a picture of the signage as it is
displayed on the field, your school will receive $750.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS:
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There is NO COST for participating in this program. HTM will produce/ship all materials needed
for your school.
Each school must provide HTM with a picture (digital or hard copy) of the field signs as displayed.
Pictures can be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to: Home Team
Marketing, 812 Huron Rd, Ste. 205, Cleveland, OH 44115.
HTM CONTACT INFO:
Danny Chalhoub
School Development
[email protected]
(866)810-2111, ext. 7302
www.hometeammarketing.com
AGREEMENT TO PARTICIPATE:
Athletic Director (print):________________________
Athletic Director (signature):____________________
High School:_________________________________
Email:______________________________________
Date:_______________________________________
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Date of 1 Home Game:________________________
Please fax completed sheet to 877-612-8374 to participate.
Please include your varsity football schedule!
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Michael Egan, Superintendent
AGENDA ITEM:
Field Trip Approval
DATE:
September 22, 2011
Background:
Lake Zurich High School Concert Choir trip to Augustana College (by invitation event)
Any field trip that travels more than 200 miles from Lake Zurich or extends over night requires
Board approval.
The Lake Zurich High School Concert Choir under the direction of Nick Juknelis seeks Board
approval for their trip to Augustana College from Friday, October 28 through Saturday, October
29, 2011. While at Augustana, they will:
o rehearse with the Augustana College Choir and with their director Dr. Jon Hurty;
o participate in a music clinic with Dr. Jon Hurty;
o perform in a main stage concert both separately and along-side the Augustana College
Choir;
o take a tour of the Augustana College campus;
o interact with Augustana College Choir students (some of whom are Lake Zurich
graduates).
The estimated cost per participant is between $90.00 and $100.00 and is to be determined by
the final number of participants who are able to attend. Students have participated in various
fund raising events to defray the cost.
Coach buses have been arranged through the District 95 Transportation Office.
The Concert Choir will stay at the Radisson in Moline, Illinois.
Suggested Motion:
Move to approve the Lake Zurich High School Concert Choir field trip to Augustana College on
Friday, October 28 through Saturday, October 29, 2011.
District 95 Administration Center – Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 website: www.lz95.org FAX: (847) 438-6702
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Michael Egan, Superintendent
AGENDA ITEM:
Additional Information
DATE:
September 22, 2011
Donations to the District:
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Seth Paine Elementary School received a donation from Ms. Carolyn Bibb in the amount of
$1,153.86 through her participation in Honeywell’s PAC Match program. Her gift will be applied
to the student assistance fund.
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Seth Paine Elementary School received a donation of a Sony television and tilt mount valued at
$1,601.97 from Ms. Elizabeth Moslander. The television has been mounted in the school’s
lunchroom and is utilized daily by the YMCA.
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The Lake Zurich High School Athletic Department received a donation in the amount of $500.00
from Mr. Rich Hass through his participation in Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift program.
His gift will be applied to the new track.
Recent Freedom of Information Act Requests:
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From: Eileen Maloney, Lake Zurich, IL
“The most recent 3-year asbestos inspection report for Seth Paine Elementary School dated August
2009.”
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From: Jordan Ash, Service Employees International Union, Minneapolis, MN
“Any documents demonstrating that all goods, services, or monies received by the Food Service
Management Company as the result of any equipment or government-donated commodity rebate in the
last five years have been properly credited to the District’s food service program.”
District 95 Administration Center – Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 website: www.lz95.org FAX: (847) 438-6702
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Michael Egan, Superintendent
AGENDA ITEM:
Committee Reports
DATE:
September 22, 2011
Standing Board Committees
The Board Policy Committee – The Board Policy Committee met on Wednesday,
September 21, 2011. Minutes from this meeting will be included in the October Board
packet. The next Policy Committee meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 19,
2011.
The Parent Teacher Advisory/Behavioral Interventions Committee – Will schedule a
meeting during the Spring of 2012.
The Audit Committee – Will schedule a meeting at the appropriate time.
For your information only
District 95 Administration Center – Dr. Michael J. Egan, Superintendent of Schools
400 South Old Rand Road - Lake Zurich IL 60047-2459
Phone: (847) 438-2831 website: www.lz95.org FAX: (847) 438-6702
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