Reed Union School District Budget
Annually K-12 schools in California must adopt a budget based on revenue projections. This budget is really a spending plan blueprint. The Reed Union School District is what is called a “Community Funded” School District. This means we receive limited State funds since the value of real property in our district generates tax receipts that exceed the Revenue Limit formula used in California. Revenue Limit Districts receive funds based on pupil Average Daily Attendance (ADA) which consists of local sources (property tax) and State funds.
Community Funded Districts are able to use all of their property taxes receipts for General Fund expenditures, but receive little categorical aide from the state of California. Of the roughly 1100 K-12 school districts in California, approximately 130 are Community Funded, and the rest are Revenue Limit Districts.
Business Manager, John Frick is responsible for the Budget plan and supervision of the Business Office.