SUMMARY OF SCHOOL DISTRICT  PROPOSED  BUDGET CTDS:  090202000
 

The Budget of Joseph City USD District, Navajo County for fiscal year (FY) 2018-2019 was officially proposed by the Governing Board on 6/12/2018. The complete budget may be reviewed by contacting Steven Mills at the District Office, telephone 928-288-3307, during normal business hours or by email stevenm@jcusd.org.

1. Student Count 2. Tax Rates
  Prior FY ADM Budget Year ADM   Prior Year Budget Year
* Secondary rate applies only for voter approved overrides and bonded indebtedness per A.R.S. §15-101.21.
Attending 398.746 409.000 Primary Rate    
      Secondary Rate*    

3. The Maintenance and Operation, Classroom Site and Unrestricted Capital Outlay cannot exceed their respective budget limits.
Maintenance & Operation   General Budget Limit  
Classroom Site   Classroom Site Budget Limit  
Unrestricted Capital Outlay   Unrestricted Capital Limit  

TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY FUND
Fund Budgeted Expenditures $ Increase / (Decrease) from Prior Year % Increase / (Decrease) from Prior Year
Prior Year Budget Year
Maintenance & Operation 4,071,448 4,358,969 287,521 7.1 %
Instructional Improvement 24,000 19,000 -5,000 -20.8 %
Structured English Immersion 0 0 0 0.0 %
Compensatory Instruction 0 0 0 0.0 %
Classroom Site 399,520 432,718 33,198 8.3 %
Federal Projects 546,694 542,000 -4,694 -0.9 %
State Projects 11,500 11,000 -500 -4.3 %
Unrestricted Capital Outlay 187,503 236,187 48,684 26.0 %
New School Facilities 0 0 0 0.0 %
Adjacent Ways 0 75,000 75,000  
Debt Service 672,000 0 -672,000 -100.0 %
School Plant Funds 8,000 8,500 500 6.3 %
Auxiliary Operations 80,000 84,000 4,000 5.0 %
Bond Building 0 0 0 0.0 %
Food Service 278,890 282,000 3,110 1.1 %
Other 317,983 367,200 49,217 15.5 %

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION EXPENDITURES
  Salaries and Benefits Other TOTAL % Inc./(Decr.) from Prior Year
  Prior Year Budget Year Prior Year Budget Year Prior Year Budget Year
100 Regular Education              
    1000 Classroom Instruction 1,158,955 1,360,270 29,320 29,847 1,188,275 1,390,117 17.0 %
    2000 Support Services              
        2100 Students 275,788 276,976 12,200 12,420 287,988 289,396 0.5 %
        2200 Instructional Staff 120,450 119,721 28,070 28,575 148,520 148,296 -0.2 %
        2300, 2400, 2500 Administration 429,465 428,299 85,705 87,248 515,170 515,547 0.1 %
        2600 Oper./Maint. of Plant Services 364,397 379,290 496,186 523,441 860,583 902,731 4.9 %
        2900 Other 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 %
    3000 Oper. of Noninstructional Services 12,187 14,099 57,200 58,230 69,387 72,329 4.2 %
610 School-Sponsored Cocurric. Activities 28,677 30,013 1,275 1,298 29,952 31,311 4.5 %
620 School-Sponsored Athletics 93,049 100,408 51,050 51,969 144,099 152,377 5.7 %
630, 700, 800, 900 Other 19,374 21,050 0 0 19,374 21,050 8.7 %
    Regular Education Subsection Subtotal 2,502,342 2,730,126 761,006 793,028 3,263,348 3,523,154 8.0 %
200 Special Education              
    1000 Classroom Instruction 270,361 279,436 5,350 5,447 275,711 284,883 3.3 %
    2000 Support Services              
        2100 Students 42,465 112,885 152,700 91,620 195,165 204,505 4.8 %
        2200 Instructional Staff 5,445 5,470 5,480 5,579 10,925 11,049 1.1 %
        2300, 2400, 2500 Administration 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 %
        2600 Oper./Maint. of Plant Services 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 %
        2900 Other 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 %
    Special Education Subsection Subtotal 318,271 397,791 163,530 102,646 481,801 500,437 3.9 %
400 Pupil Transportation 196,038 202,939 119,480 121,631 315,518 324,570 2.9 %
510 Desegregation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 %
520 Special Program Override              
530 Dropout Prevention Program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 %
540 Joint Career and Technical Education and Vocational Education Center 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 %
550 K-3 Reading 10,781 10,808 0 0 10,781 10,808 0.3 %
    TOTAL EXPENDITURES 3,027,432 3,341,664 1,044,016 1,017,305 4,071,448 4,358,969 7.1 %

M&0 FUND SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS BY TYPE
Program (A.R.S. §15-761 & §15-903) Prior Year Budget Year
All Disability Classifications Total 366,694 377,159
Gifted Education 0 0
Remedial Education 0 0
ELL Incremental Costs 0 0
ELL Compensatory Instruction 0 0
Vocational and Technological Education 115,107 123,278
Career Education 0 0
Joint Technical Education 0  
        TOTAL 481,801 500,437
STAFFING SUMMARY
Staff Type No. of Employees Staff-Pupil Ratio
Certified --    
Superintendent, Principals, Other Administrators 3 1 to 136.3
Teachers 29 1 to 14.1
Other 1 1 to 409.0
        Subtotal 33 1 to 12.4
Classified --    
Managers, Supervisors, Directors 4 1 to 102.3
Teachers Aids 7 1 to 58.4
Other 16 1 to 25.6
        Subtotal 27 1 to 15.1
                TOTAL 60 1 to 6.8
Special Education --    
Teacher 3 1 to 22.0
Staff 4 1 to 16.5