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FY 2016-2017 Budget Manual

Table of Contents
Contact Information ........................................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
Budget Process .................................................................................................................................................. 5
Budget Calendar ............................................................................................................................................ 6
Budget Allocations ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Funding Estimates ......................................................................................................................................... 7
Staffing Allotments ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Zero Based Approach .................................................................................................................................... 9
Budget Allocation Requests .......................................................................................................................... 9
Budget Levels ............................................................................................................................................. 10
Budgetary Management .............................................................................................................................. 10
Budget Responsibilities ................................................................................................................................... 11
Assessment and Planning ............................................................................................................................ 11
Schools Budget Responsibilities ................................................................................................................ 11
Central Office Budget Responsibilities ....................................................................................................... 16
Central Office Budget Administrator Contacts ........................................................................................... 19
Budget Submittal in MUNIS .......................................................................................................................... 20
Personnel and Other Requests ........................................................................................................................ 20
Department / School Technology Requests.................................................................................................... 21
Understanding the Account Codes ................................................................................................................. 22
Appendix 1 Budget Request Entry in MUNIS ............................................................................................ 30
Appendix 2 Personnel and Other Requests ................................................................................................. 36
Appendix 3 Technology Requests ............................................................................................................... 41
Appendix 4 - Instructions for Preparing Detail Budget Report ..................................................................... 46
Appendix 5 Org Code Listing ...................................................................................................................... 50

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Contact Information
The Manassas City Public Schools Budget Office prepares the Budget Manual for use by
City School Budget Holders in preparation of their budget requests as well as annual
budget maintenance. The Manual is to be used as a guide for both completing and
managing their budgets in accordance with all pertinent fiscal regulations and policies. It
is the responsibility of the Budget Holders and their fiscal staff to acquaint themselves
with this manual.
Questions related to budget preparation/maintenance should be referred to the appropriate
budget staff in the Financial Services Department at the following contact numbers:
Budget Office
Contact #s

Andy Hawkins, Executive Director of Financial Services..571-377-6035

Lee Miller, Budget...571-377-6034

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Introduction
The budget is a financial plan that estimates and allocates resources to support our entity
wide needs for the coming year(s). The operating budget (addressed herein) and the capital
improvement plan combine to form the complete budget of the school board for the coming
year. The budget also establishes maximum overall spending limits by fund, state
category, budget administrator, grant, project, or program.
The budget process engages all stakeholders in decision making. By focusing on our
strategic plan, individual school improvement plans and departmental action plans, we
identify our needs to achieve our collective goals and objectives and measure our progress
through our balanced scorecard and student achievement. We obtain student, teacher,
parent and community input through committees, working groups, public input and other
media to help us focus our resources on student achievement.
Our zero based budget approach requires an annual (and ongoing) review of how we
currently utilize our resources and facilitates planning for how to utilize resources moving
forward to best achieve our mission.
In developing the budget process for FY 2016-2017 and this manual, we focus on clarity,
relevance, transparency, best practices and process. Any suggestions for improving our
process or this manual should be submitted to the budget office contacts listed above.
Thank you for your contributions in developing the FY 2016-2017 City of Manassas
School Board budget.

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Budget Process
In a recent release of draft of best practices in school budgeting, the Government Finance
Officers Association (GFOA) outlined key budget development areas for K-12 schools
budgeting. Key budget development areas are outlined in the table below:

GFOA Best Practices for K-12 Schools Budgeting:


Plan and Prepare - 1: Organize Process
A - Develop Principles and Policies to Guide the Budget Process
B - Establish a Partnership between Finance and Instructional Leaders
Plan and Prepare - 2: Assess Landscape
A - Identify Financial Position
B - Analyze Current Levels of Student Learning
Plan and Prepare - 3: Start Engaging Stakeholders
A - Identify Communications Strategy
Set Instructional Priorities - 4: Develop Priorities
A - Develop Goals
B - Identify Root Cause of Gap between Goal and Current State
C - Research & Develop Potential Instructional Priorities
D - Evaluate Choices between Instructional Priorities
E - Develop a Plan of Action
Pay for Priorities - 6 and 7: Identify and Analyze Top Savings Options
A - Evaluate & Prioritize Expenditures to Enact the Instructional Priorities
Implement Plan - 8: Balance Budget Tradeoffs
Implement Plan 9: Present plan and gain community support
Implement Plan - 10: Adopt Annual Budget
A - Allocate Resources to Individual School Sites
B - Develop Budget Document
Ensure Sustainability - 12: Plan for Continuous Improvement
A - Put the Strategies into Practice and Evaluate Results

Our process seeks to incorporate recommended best practices in many of these areas. The
table below outlines budget practices followed by MCPS that align to the GFOA best
practices model.
1. A. Budget Calendar; Budget Manual;
1. B. Budget meetings with Executive Cabinet, Principals and Financial Support Staff
members
2. A. Update Enrollment Projections; Update Current Staffing Assignments and Allocations;
Update Current Revenue Projections and Cost Estimates;
2. B. Balanced Scorecard
3. A. Public Input Meetings; Saturday with the Superintendent; Committee and Advisory
Group Meetings; Parent, teacher, student and community engagement
4. (A-E) Strategic Plan Alignment (School Improvement and Departmental Action Plans);
Zero Based Approach; Five Level Budget Tracking; Benchmarking
6-7. Executive Cabinet and Superintendent Recommendations (Levels 2 and 3)
8. Superintendents Proposed Budget (Level 4); School Board Budget Work Sessions;
Capital Planning;
10. School Board Approves Budget; City Council Approves Budget; Letter to Parents; Five
Year CIP and Five Year Financial Forecast
12. Balanced Scorecard; Program Evaluation; Financial Forecasting and Reporting

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Budget Calendar
The budget calendar provides the budget development timeline and identifies the various phases and
key activities that occur during budget development. Below is the budget calendar for FY 2016-2017.
DATE
August 31 November 13, 2015

January 15, 2016

DESCRIPTION
All budget holders solicit, collect and analyze data on current and proposed
staffing and other resources to be requested during the budget process.
Principal CIP requests submitted to Support Services
Operating Budget manual posted to website
Budget Development Training (Central Office, 9:00 12:00)
Saturday with Superintendent Public Budget Input
Budget Work Session Capital Improvement Plan (6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.)
Central Office
Regular Business meeting Capital Improvement Plan Presentation (7:00
p.m.) City Hall
Meetings with Executive Cabinet, Principals, Directors, Coordinators, and
Supervisors as appropriate to discuss personnel and non-personnel needs and
resources available to meet needs (scheduled biweekly Principal meetings at
Central Office). Formulate and prioritize budget requests. Enter budget data in
MUNIS, complete and submit the Excel workbooks provided for Technology,
Staffing and Other Requests.
Budget Work Session Enrollment projections; Staffing allocations (pupil
teacher ratio); New course proposals; Capital Improvement Plan (9:00
a.m. 12:00 noon) Central Office
Regular Business Meeting Public Input - Capital Improvement Plan (7:00
p.m.) City Hall
Regular Business Meeting Public Input; School Board Approves Capital
Improvement Plan (7:00 p.m.) Central Office
Schools and departments submit requests in MUNIS for personnel and nonpersonnel expenditures including justification for all planned expenditures LEVEL I BUDGET (SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT REQUESTED) SUBMITTED
School and department budget presentations to Executive Cabinet
Central Office (times to be determined)
Budget Work Session: Revenue Estimates; State Budget Update; Support
Salary Scale; Five Year Forecast; (6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.) Central Office
Budget requests have been reviewed and revisions are entered in MUNIS

January 28, 2016

LEVEL II (SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT REVISED BUDGET REQUEST)


SUBMITTED
Budget Work Session State Budget Update (6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.) Central

September 17, 2015


September 28, 2015
October 8, 2015
October 17, 2015
October 26, 2015
October 27, 2015
October through December
2015

November 14, 2015

November 17, 2015


December 8, 2015
December 14, 2015

January 4 16, 2016


January 13, 2016

February 1, 2016
February 9, 2016

February 17, 2016


March 1, 2016
March 8, 2016
March 15, 2016
March 22, 2016

Office
Budget Review LEVEL III Superintendents Request BUDGET SUBMITTED
Regular Business Meeting Superintendent presents Proposed Budget for
FY 2016-2017 (7:00 p.m.) City Hall

LEVEL IV (Superintendents Final BUDGET PRESENTED)


Budget Work Session Staffing Allocations; (6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.)
Central Office
Budget Work Session Compensation (Salary Scales and Fringe Benefits)
(6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.) Central Office
Regular Business Meeting Public Input (7:00 p.m.) - City Hall
Budget Work Session State Budget Update; Budget Mark-Up; Other TBD
(6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.) Central Office
Regular Business Meeting School Board approves Budget for FY 20162017 (7:00 p.m.) City Hall

LEVEL V (SCHOOL BOARD APPROVED)


April 2016
May 2016

City Council Meeting School Board presents Proposed Budget to City Council
City Hall
Regular Business Meeting School Board approves Final Budget
Resolutions (7:00 p.m.) City Hall

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Budget Allocations
In the final budget, schools will be allocated funds for staffing, materials, supplies, and equipment.
Most staffing allocations are made based upon the number and type of students, specific school
improvement plans, and school priorities to support student needs. The resource allocation for each
school is determined by the type or level of the school, projected student enrollment, and the
instructional programs offered in the school. Each school starts with an appropriate fixed allocation
of staffing directly related to student enrollment. Additional staffing is based on specific student
population needs and is approved centrally. Non-personnel allocations are requested by the Principal to
support costs of materials, supplies and programs using a zero based approach. All uses must be
explained and justified in the budget request. While schools are given control of resources based on
approved budget requests, they must administer budget funds within established parameters and
always ensure funds are used for purposes consistent with approved programs and uses. School
Principals are accountable to the Superintendent and School Board for the manner in which
allocated budget resources are used.

Funding Estimates
Funding estimates are prepared centrally by the budget office staff based on the various proposed
sources to support our budget. These include local, state and federal funds and any other sources such
as fees and charges, student tuition fees, donations, grants, rebates, proffers (for CIP) collected by
the City, and any other sources to support our mission. Funding estimates are performed quarterly
and reviewed for budget alignment purposes.
A significant portion of the budget costs are driven by state standards of quality and other state
programs. The state published calculation templates are used to project state funding for Manassas
City Public Schools. Based upon the State budget actions, funding estimates (and required effort)
may change. Revenue updates are provided throughout the budget process to communicate budget
impact from potential and/or actual state budget legislation.
City Revenue estimates are based on the latest projections provided under the School Board/City
Council joint budget planning agreement (Typically in November and February). Proffer estimates
are based upon actual prior year collections (for year 1 of our CIP) and estimated future collections.
Federal funds are projected for instructional programs and student meal programs based on
participation, eligibility, program requirements, and eligible uses for these funds.
Other revenue is estimated based on prior year actual, known or planned resources, etc.

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Staffing Allotments
The bulk of the School Divisions budget supports the cost of staffing. Staffing costs are budgeted
centrally and non-staff resources are allocated using an appropriate and equitable method based on
the instructional and support resources needed for the educational programs available in the
schools. The allocation process must provide sufficient and equitable support for schools with
diverse program and student enrollment needs and promote school improvement.
Staffing allocations are based on the following factors:
Allocation
factors

Allocation
factors
definitions

Projected September 30th student membership


Available funds (i.e. state funded incentive and categorical programs, federal, state
and local grants, etc.)
Equity and achievement for all students
Current staffing allotments for schools and central office departments
Actual/projected salary and benefit costs

The forecasting methodology used to predict the number of students who will be enrolled
in Manassas City Public Schools is a combination of state estimates, enrollment
forecasting based on current student enrollment (using a grade progression model) and an
independent consultant used by the school division to project student enrollment trends.
Staffing (both existing and new) must be justified and is allocated based on the
following criteria:
a. Ensuring minimum state staffing levels required to comply with the state
Standards of Quality and federal mandates
b. Staffing other state and federally funded services and programs
c. Staffing needed to support School Board approved strategies and
initiatives
d. School based and/or central office level staffing needed to support
functional responsibilities and expected support service levels
e. Appropriate administrative and support staff to meet operational needs and
support implementation and ongoing improvement as outlined in the
strategic plan.

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Zero Based Approach


Budget Holders (School Principals and Central Office Administrators) shall adopt a zero
based approach in preparing and submitting budget requests. This approach incorporates
a fresh look at what we do and how we do it (and associated costs) annually. Under this
approach, budget holders resist the pressures to do what weve always done simply
because thats how we have done things in the past. Instead, we must ask how each cost
benefits our students and serves to achieve our primary mission, strategic plan, and
implements our school improvement and departmental action plans. Due to limited
resources, we cannot add new initiatives and programs unless we abandon others to free
up resources. Budget Holders are tasked with managing and embracing changes in
student membership and related student needs, technology, and expectations of all staff
members with minimal new resources.

Budget Allocation Requests


Budget allocation requests shall be submitted in one of three ways as outlined below:
1. Entry in MUNIS - Budget Holders will submit detailed budget requests and justifications
directly into MUNIS for services, materials, supplies, and other items needed for ongoing
operations.
2. Personnel and Other Request Workbook - Budget Holders requesting additional staffing
allocations and funding for part time or overtime costs submit requests for proposed
staffing adjustments using the Personnel and Other Request workbook. These requests
will be entered in MUNIS as decision packages in the Level 1 phase of budget
development (Level 1 School / Department Requested).
3. Technology Request Workbook Budget Holders will submit Technology Requests in
the Technology Request workbook for consideration in the Technology Budget Plan.

Instructions for submitting budget allocation requests are included in this manual.

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Budget Levels
The budget development process includes five (5) phases or budget levels as follows:
Level 1 Dept. Request Completed by December 14, 2015
Level 2 Dept. Revised Completed by January 18, 2016
Level 3 Supt. Request Completed by February 1, 2016
Level 4 Supt. Proposed Presented to School Board February 9, 2016
Level 5 School Board Approved Finalized May 24, 2016
The budget levels document the costs estimates at each phase of the budget development
process. Budget Levels 4 and 5 will be balanced budgets in that budget allocations will be
prioritized and adjusted to fit within estimated resources.

Budgetary Management
Upon receipt of the final budget allocation, budget holders are required to formulate and
manage a budget with the following responsibilities in mind:
Budget
Holders
Responsibility

Maintain a balanced budget


Budget must reflect sites strategic plan
End-of-year spending should adhere to plan
Budget must be documented and available for the public
Staff should be aware of the budget and school plan
Information should be provided upon request
Hire and compensate employees using the approved positions, contract lengths,
and salary schedules
Obtain approval of proposed budget transfers prior to committing reallocated
funds
Beware of pressures to maintain unaffordable low pupil-teacher ratios
Whenever possible, make staff adjustments prior to the start of the school year
Communicate and collaborate with others when making staffing changes
Ensure compliance with school board policies and regulations
Develop a spending plan for unanticipated deficits or surpluses
Involve your staff and community in the development of your schools plan and
budget

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Budget Responsibilities
This section will focus on the budgeting responsibilities for schools and central office
departments.

Assessment and Planning


During the planning phase, it is the responsibility of the principal and school leaders to:

Involve all school staff ensuring everyone is cognizant of the set-forth goals and
how they individually and collectively are accountable for achieving the goals
Submit a plan highlighting strategies that demonstrate how the school will
accomplish their identified goals
Prepare the proposed budget using the designated on-line software
Ensure the proposed budget reflects the School Plan
Consider how all costs align with the School Plan
Consider Alternatives, best practices, cost/benefit, and tradeoffs
Prioritize requests (clearly differentiate must haves from wish lists)
Similar planning is performed by central office departments based on
expected and desired service levels and departmental actions plans

Schools Budget Responsibilities


Resources available to the school system are allocated among both the schools and the
central office support operations. These allocations are based on clearly defined roles and
responsibilities. Control, use, responsibility, and accountability for resources associated
with specific functions are assigned to whichever school or central office operation is
receiving the resource.
For example, responsibilities for budgeting and managing certain costs reside with the
schools. These include, but are not limited to, the following:

All temporary / hourly / overtime pay (and related benefits)


Extra-Pay Supplements (Update from current approved)
Certain Substitute Costs (non-classroom position substitutes or substitutes needed for
school authorized PD absences)
Consumable supplies and materials
Library collection and materials
School Based Staff Development
Mileage Reimbursement
Printing (Internal and External), Binding, and Publishing Services
Certain Equipment and Furniture (additional/replacement)
Other Services and Costs

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More detailed examples of costs to include in the School budget request are outlined in the
following pages. Areas of exclusion represent costs budgeted centrally. These needs should be
communicated to the appropriate responsible central office budget holder. A list of central
office budget holders is provided in a subsequent section of this manual.
Responsibility

Areas of Inclusion in School


Budgets

Extra-Duty
Supplements

Coaching Supplements
Academic Supplements
Extra-curricular Supplements
Other Extra-duty Supplements
Included in allocated certified
staffing FTEs
Funding for non-classroom
substitutes (i.e. use of clerical
substitutes)

Extra Periods
Substitutes

Areas of Exclusion
(Central Office
Responsibility)
Division level
supplements

Not applicable
Substitutes for sick
& personal leave for
classroom teachers
Long term
substitutes for other
positions (approved
by central office
based on specific
need)

Instructional & support staff


Overtime for
hired to fill a school need for a
community use
limited duration or hourly part
activities
time basis
Overtime for instructional &
support staff services for school
sponsored programs & activities
Custodial overtime for
emergency clean-up & snow
removal
Overtime for division-wide
custodial cleaning service
Supplies and Materials All instructional supplies &
Textbooks and
materials (excluding textbooks)
related workbooks
Extra-curricular supplies &
Maintenance
materials
supplies & materials
Non-mandatory testing &
Division level
assessment materials
publications &
forms
Safety/protective supplies &
materials
Mandatory testing &
Administration, non-instructional assessment materials
supplies & materials
Custodial supplies &
materials
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Temporary,
Part-time and
Overtime

Responsibility

Areas of Inclusion in School


Budgets

Library Materials

Library books
Replacement & new
software &
Periodicals & newspapers
hardware (i.e.
Library supplies & materials
Replacement & new software & projectors, mobile
computer carts, etc.)
hardware
School-level initiated staff
Costs & fees for
development activities for
contract courses
instructional & support personnel Costs related to
Conference expenses & fees for mandated divisionschool personnel for school
wide staff
sponsored activities
development
activities
Travel expenses for school
personnel for non-division travel Services of central
office personnel in
Fees & expenses for external
support of schoolspeakers & consultants
level staff
Staff development supplies and
development
materials
Reference books, periodicals, & activities
Costs related to
materials for staff use
division-wide
curriculum
development
activities

Staff Development

Field Trips and


Transportation

Mileage
Reimbursement

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Areas of Exclusion
(Central Office
Responsibility)

School field trips are not funded Regular student


by school board monies unless
transportation
approved centrally
Division approved/
sponsored trips and
events
Extra-curricular,
athletic field trips
Mileage
School staff reimbursements
reimbursement for
central office based
staff
Reimbursements
for Central Office
sponsored travel

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Responsibility
Areas of Inclusion in School
Areas of Exclusion
Budgets
(Central Office
Responsibility)
Printing, Binding, and School publications and
Standard division
Postage
handbooks (that cannot be
forms and
published online)
publications
including student
Non-standard forms
discipline referrals,
External printing services and
interim reports, &
additional internal copy projects
report cards
Postage for official
mailings
Equipment and
Building, lighting
Instructional
furniture
and mechanical
Laboratory
systems and related
School owned musical
equipment
instruments

Vehicles for driver


Athletic and physical
education
education
Standard classroom
furniture
Cafeteria furniture
and equipment
Repair and
maintenance of
school
Repair & maintenance of nonbuildings and
standard equipment
grounds
Contractual maintenance, repair
Utilities
& service agreements for
Snow
musical instruments, lab
removal for
equipment, & other specialized
roads &
equipment
parking areas

Maintenance &
Utilities

Repair & maintenance of


standard office equipment

Other Services and


Fees

Supplies, equipment, & labor


costs associated with services
offered by vocational programs
Entry fees, transportation,
banquet fees, accommodations,
medallions, trophies, ribbons,
athletic & extra- curricular
activities
School based student testing
fees for PSAT and AP tests,
certification testing fees

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Tuition for
students
attending out
of district
schools
Accreditation
expenses & fees
General liability,
fire, & property
insurance
Homebound
instruction

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Responsibility

Areas of Inclusion in School


Budgets
Accompanists for music
programs
Facility or equipment rental for
school specific events (i.e.
graduation)
School sponsored summer
programs and activities not
budgeted centrally

Technology

Computers and devices (above


and beyond central computer
replacements)
Computer peripherals
Projectors (Non-Classroom)
Protective cases
Replacement printers
Technology-based licensing,
software, and online
subscriptions (school/dept
specific)

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Areas of Exclusion
(Central Office
Responsibility)
Adult Education
& central-based
Summer School
programs

Copier lease/service
Projector lamps
Replacement
computer and cart
allocation
Toner (included in
per-pupil
allocation)

Areas of Exclusion from School Budget Requests are budgeted and controlled centrally. Needs
in these areas should be communicated to the appropriate central office budget holder for
consideration in their department budget request.

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Central Office Budget Responsibilities


Responsibilities of the central office departments include, but are not limited to, the following
functions/costs:
Responsibility
Instructional Staff

Support Staff

Substitutes

Overtime

Supplies and
Materials

CO Budget Areas
Psychologists
Social Workers
School Nurse
Attendance Personnel
Gifted and Talented Resource
Teachers (K-3)
Division Specialists
Itinerant Special Education
Staff
Federally funded positions
(these are included in total
school staffing allocations)
Cafeteria Staff
Maintenance and custodial
personnel
Transportation personnel
School instructional
classroom staff (teachers and
assistants) for personal and
sick leave absences
School instructional staff for
absences in support of
activities initiated and
required by central office
departments
Overtime for community use
activities
Overtime for technology
support
Maintenance supplies and
materials for standardized,
division approved equipment,
CO copier supplies/paper,
and technology
Required division-wide
publications and forms for
students and parents
(excludes agenda books)
Cafeteria supplies and
materials
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CO Department
Special Ed
Admin/ Student Svcs
Admin/ Student Svcs
Admin/ Student Svcs
Enrichment
Achievement/Acct
Special Ed
Achievement/Acct

Food Svcs
Facilities/Maint
Trans
Finance

Curriculum/Prof Dev

Finance/ Admin/
Student Svcs
Information
Technology
Admin/ Student Svcs

Admin/ Student Svcs

Food Services
Achievement/Acct

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Responsibility

CO Budget Areas
Mandatory testing and
assessment materials

Library Materials

Division Library Media


electronic resources
Parent / Teacher Resource
Center materials
Costs and fees for contract
courses
Costs related to mandated
division-wide staff
development activities
Costs related to division-wide
curriculum development
activities
Student transportation to and
from school and between
locations based on student
schedules
Transportation for athletic
and extracurricular activities
Special busing based on
student placement
Division sponsored field trips
Mileage reimbursement for
specialists and itinerants
employed by central office
departments
Mileage reimbursement for
attending activities required
by central office departments
(advance approval required)
All mileage reimbursements
are subject to school division
regulations and only apply to
mileage while on official
school board business.
Division publications
Certain division forms and
interim report cards
Check stock, direct deposit
stubs and other forms

Staff Development

Field Trips and


Transportation

Mileage
Reimbursement

Printing, Binding, and


Publishing Services

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CO Department

Achievement/Acct

Curriculum/Prof Dev

Transportation

Approving C/O Dept

Communications
Achievement/Acct
Finance

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Responsibility
Equipment and
Furniture (Additional
and Replacement)

Maintenance and
Utilities

Technology

Other Services and


Fees

CO Budget Areas
Cafeteria kitchen equipment
Cafeteria furniture
Vehicles for driver education
All Capital Improvement
Plan projects
Lighting and mechanical
systems for the school
building
Repair and maintenance of
standard equipment
Repair and maintenance of
school buildings and grounds
Utilities
Snow removal for roads and
parking areas

All computers and related


devices such as desktops,
laptops, tablets, monitors,
networked printers, servers,
copiers, etc.
Division wide software
purchases and subscriptions
All telecommunications
including telephones and cell
phones
Technology supplies such as
projector lamps and power
adapters
Tuition for students attending
out of district schools
Accreditation expenses and
fees
General liability, fire, and
property insurance
Homebound instruction
Alternative Education
Central Summer School
programs

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CO Department
Food Services
Food Services
Transportation
Facilities/Maint
Facilities/Maint
Facilities and
Maintenance

Director of
Information
Technology and
Supervisor of Digital
Instruction and
Innovation
Note: All Schools and
departments should
submit technology
requests using the
Technology Request
Workbook

SPED, Student
Services, Enrichment
Achieve/Acct
Admin/ Student Svcs
Admin/ Student Svcs
Admin/ Student Svcs
Curriculum/Inst

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Central Office Budget Administrator Contacts


Communications
Public Communications Coordinator - *Almeta Radford
Financial Services
Exec. Director for Financial Services - *Andy Hawkins
Supervisor of Accounting & Grants Jan Schoenberger
Director of Food & Nutrition Services - Laryssa Richmond
Student Achievement & Accountability
Exec. Director of Student Achievement & Accountability - *Dave Lyon
Director of Curriculum/Instruction - *Dr. Melissa Saunders
Supervisor of Digital Instruction and Innovation Pedro Hernandez
Coordinator of Professional Learning/Fine Arts Amanda Wagner
Coordinator of Career/Workforce Development Lisa M. Lewis
Coordinator of Gifted & Talented/Advanced Placement and World
Languages Carol Hartt
Director of ESOL/Federal Grants - *Megan Moore
Director of Special Education - *Dr. Rebecca Stone
Human Resources
Director of Human Resources - *Billie Kay Wingfield
Support Services
Executive Director of Student and Administrative Support Services - *Jeff Abt
Supervisor of Administrative Services - Sandy Thompson
Director of Facilities & Maintenance - *Russ Helton
Director of Transportation - Tim Guill
Technology Services
Director of Information Technology - *Bobby Barrett
Coordinator of Information Technology Robert Sansone

* Members of Executive Cabinet

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Budget Submittal in MUNIS


All budget requests will be entered into the MUNIS budget system to facilitate tracking of requests
throughout the budget development cycle.
Personnel related budget projections will be tracked centrally based on actual personnel costs for
salaries and fringe benefits. Requests for additional staffing, overtime, part-time, and
hourly/temporary staffing should be submitted on the Personnel and Other Requests workbook.
These requests will be entered in MUNIS by Finance staff.
Non-Personnel Requests for existing programs, recurring costs, and maintaining current service levels
should be entered directly in MUNIS. Costs for purchased services, professional development, travel,
utilities, materials and supplies, equipment, and any other costs not paid to employees will be
requested and justified in MUNIS. Other Requests for new or expanded programs will be entered
in MUNIS as Budget Requests Pending and include detail estimates and justification submitted in
the Personnel and Other Requests workbook.
Technology Requests will be submitted using the Technology Request Workbook. New this year -Budget Holders will NOT enter Technology Requests in MUNIS. These requests will be entered
into MUNIS by the Technology Department.
Training for entering FY 2016-2017 Budget Requests in MUNIS (and working with the other budget
workbooks described further below) will be held October 8, 2015 (9:00-12:00).

Personnel and Other Requests


Personnel related budget projections will be tracked centrally based on actual personnel costs for
salaries and fringe benefits. Requests for additional staffing and overtime, part-time, and
hourly/temporary staffing should be submitted on the Personnel and Other Requests workbook.
These requests will be entered in MUNIS by Finance staff.
For estimation purposes when preparing Personnel and Other Requests, use actual costs, if known. If
costs are not available, the following may be used:
Full time Teacher
Teacher Assistant
Hourly Office Clerical (non-OT)
Hourly Office Clerical (OT)
Hourly Teacher/Specialist

$70,000
$38,000
$25/hr
$38/hr
$35/hr

Training for entering FY 2016-2017 Budget Requests in MUNIS (and working with the other budget
workbooks) will be held October 8, 2015 (9:00-12:00).
All workbooks and detailed budget entry instructions will be sent to budget holders and MUNIS
financial support staff by September 30, 2015. Completed workbooks should be submitted to Finance
by Nov 13, 2015.

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Department / School Technology Requests


All requests for technology will be submitted using the Technology Request Workbook. These
requests will be entered in MUNIS by Technology staff.
Schools and departments should include in the Technology Request Workbook items such as:
Computers or devices outside of the centralized computer refresh allocation
Computer peripherals (i.e. document cameras, scanners, monitors, speakers, headphones)
Non-classroom projectors
Protective cases and covers
Replacement printers
Technology-based licensing, software, and online subscriptions that are school or department
specific
Technology requests should not only align with Division and school/department goals, but also with
the Educational Technology Plan for Virginia. This plan outlines five statewide goals for all districts:

Goal 1: Provide a safe, flexible, and effective learning environment for all students

Goal 2: Engage students in meaningful curricular content through the purposeful and effective
use of technology.

Goal 3: Afford students with opportunities to apply technology effectively to gain knowledge,
develop skills, and create and distribute artifacts that reflect their understandings.

Goal 4: Provide students with access to authentic and appropriate tools to gain knowledge,
develop skills, extend capabilities, and create and disseminate artifacts that demonstrate their
understandings.

Goal 5: Use technology to support a culture of data-driven decision making that relies upon
data to evaluate and improve teaching and learning.

Requests included within the Technology Request Workbook should be submitted as total project
costs (i.e. requesting 20 tablets might also include additional software, protective cases, and a
charging station). All associated costs for each project will comprise one tab of the workbook. Any
additional technology support services or resources should also be included within the appropriate
workbook tab. This would include any necessary professional development or contracted services.
For estimation purposes, use actual costs, if known. Information Technology has published many
technology standards online with accurate pricing information to aid in the budgeting process.
Completed workbooks must be submitted to budgettech@mcpsva.org no later than Nov 13, 2015 for
consideration in the Information Technology Budget Plan.
Training for working with the Technology Request Workbook will be held as part of the budget
training scheduled for October 8, 2015 (9:00-12:00).

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Understanding the Account Codes


The account codes used in budgeting and recording expenditures in MUNIS provides important
information used in local, state, and federal reporting. The account structure is designed to meet all
stakeholder reporting needs.
In MUNIS, each account is identified by a long account code and a short account code, referred to as
Org/Object. Accounts associated with grant funding and/or capital projects may also be assigned a
Project Code. Fund, location, school/department, function and program codes are included in the
ORG code structure. Budget requests are entered by users using the Org/Object account codes. The
diagram below summarizes the org/object account structure for expenditure lines:

Below is a list of current FUNDS to be used when submitting budget requests (note CIP funds are not
listed here)
Org Posn1
1
2
4
5

Fund Description
SCHOOL OPERATING FUND
FEDERAL GRANT FUND
DEBT SERVICE
SCHOOL FOOD FUND

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Department (Budget Holder) Codes are shown at right:

Location Codes are shown below:


OrgPosn2

Org Posn3
DEPT
CODE

Description

NON-DEPARTMENT

BALDWIN

DEAN

HAYDON

ROUND

WEEMS

MAYFIELD

METZ

LOCATION
CODE

Description

OSBOURN

DIVISIONWIDE

ACHIEVEMENT & ACCOUNTABILITY

BALDWIN

SCHOOL BOARD

DEAN

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

HAYDON

HEALTH SERVICES

ROUND

ESOL

WEEMS

SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES

MAYFIELD

GIFTED & TALENTED

METZ

HUMAN RESOURCES

OSBOURN

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

FINANCIAL SERVICES

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

PURCHASING

MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS

SPECIAL EDUCATION

FACILITIES

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

PUBLIC RELATIONS

SUPERINTENDENT

PUPIL TRANSPORTATION

DIVISION - NON-DEPT

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Org Position codes 4 and 5 combine to identify the State Function. Function codes defined by state
reporting categories and corresponding 2 character org codes are outlined below.
STATE
FUNCTION

MUNIS 2
CHARACTER

61000

61100

IC

61210

IG

61220

IS

61230

IH

61310

II

61320

IM

61410

IP

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Instruction includes activities that deal directly with the
interaction between teachers and students. Instruction may be
provided for students in a school classroom, at another location
such as in a home or hospital, or in other learning situations such
as those involving co-curricular activities.
Classroom Instruction - Activities providing direct instruction to
students. Includes all costs related to the delivery of classroom
instruction and the interaction between students and teachers.
Guidance Services - Activities involving counseling students and
parents, consulting with other staff members on learning problems,
evaluating the abilities of students, assisting students as they make
educational and career plans, assisting students with personal and
social development, providing referral assistance, and working with
other staff members in planning and conducting guidance programs
for students.
School Social Worker Services - Activities designed to improve
student attendance at school and to help prevent or solve student
problems involving the home, the school, and the community.
Homebound Instruction - Activities designed to meet the
educational needs of students who are unable to attend regular
school because of illness, emotional disturbance, or accident, etc.
Improvement of Instruction - Activities that assist instructional staff
in planning, developing, and evaluating the process of providing
learning experiences for students. These activities include
curriculum development, techniques of instruction, child
development, staff training, etc.
Media Services - Activities encompassing the utilization of all
teaching and learning resources. Educational media are defined as
any devices, content materials, methods, or experiences used for
teaching and learning purposes.
Office of the Principal - Activities concerned with directing and
managing the operation of a particular school. This includes the
activities performed by the principal, assistant principals, and other
assistants while they supervise the operations of the school, evaluate
staff members of the school, assign duties to staff members,
supervise and maintain the records of the school, and coordinate
school instructional activities with those of the local education
agency (LEA). These activities also include the work of clerical
staff that support teaching and administrative duties.

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STATE
FUNCTION

MUNIS 2
CHARACTER

62000
62100

AA

62110

AB

62120

AE

62130

AI

62140

AH

62150

AC

62160

AF

62170

AP

62200

62210

HA

62220

HH

62230

HP

62240

HS

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Administration, Attendance and Health - Activities involving establishing
and administering policy for Administration and the delivery of Attendance
and Health services.
Administration - Activities involving establishing and administering policy
for operating the Local Educational Agency (LEA).
School Board Administration - Activities of the elected body created
according to state law and vested with the responsibility for educational
activities in a given administrative unit.
Executive Administration Services - Activities associated with the overall
general administration of, or executive responsibility for, the LEA, including
the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and other staff who report
directly to the Superintendent.
Information Services - Activities involving writing, editing, and other
preparation necessary to disseminate educational and administrative
information to students, staff, managers, and the public through direct
mailing, the various news media, or personal contact.
Personnel Services - Activities involving maintaining the school system's
staff; including such activities as recruiting and placement, staff transfers, inservice training, health services, and staff accounting.
Planning Services - Activities, other than general administration, which
support each of the other instructional and support service programs. These
activities include planning, research, development, evaluation, and
information.
Fiscal Services - Activities related to the fiscal operations of the LEA. This
function includes budgeting, receiving, and disbursing, financial and property
accounting, payroll, inventory control, internal auditing, and managing funds.
Purchasing Services - Activities involving purchasing supplies, furniture,
equipment, and materials used in schools or school system operations.
Attendance and Health Services - Activities designed to promote and improve
children's attendance at school. Includes activities in the field of physical and
mental health, such as medicine, dentistry, psychology, psychiatry, nursing
services and student attendance services.
Attendance Services - Activities promoting improved attitudes toward
attendance, analyzing causes of non-attendance, and enforcing compulsory
attendance laws.
Health Services - Physical and mental health services not related to direct
instruction. Included are activities that provide students with appropriate
medical, dental, and nursing services.
Psychological Services - Activities involving administering psychological
tests and psychological counseling for students, staff, and parents.
Speech/Audiology Services - Activities which identify, assess, and provide
treatment to children with speech, hearing, and language impairments.
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STATE
FUNCTION

MUNIS 2
CHARACTER

63000
63310

VA

63320

VO

63330

VM

63340

VR

63350

VE

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Pupil Transportation - Activities involving transporting students to and from
school, as provided by state and federal law. This includes trips between
home and school, and trips to and from school activities.
Management and Direction - Activities that pertain to directing and managing
student transportation services.
Vehicle Operation Services - Activities involving operating vehicles for student
transportation, from the time the vehicles leave the point of storage until they
return to the point of storage.
Monitoring Services - Activities involving supervising students who are being
transported between home and school and between school and school activities.
Such supervision can occur while students are in transit, while they are loaded
and unloaded, and when directing traffic at the loading stations. Includes
school bus aides/attendants who assist drivers.
Vehicle Maintenance Services - Activities involving maintaining student
transportation vehicles. This includes repairing vehicle parts, replacing vehicle
parts, cleaning, painting, fueling, and inspecting vehicles for safety.
School Buses - Regular Purchases - Activities involving the regular purchase of
school buses (does not include buses under lease-purchase agreements).
Operation and Maintenance - Activities involving keeping the physical plant
open, comfortable, and safe for use, as well as keeping the grounds,
buildings, and equipment operational This includes maintaining safety in
buildings, on the grounds, and in the vicinity of schools.

64000

64410

MA

64420

MO

64430

MG

64440

ME

64450

MV

64460

MS

Management and Direction - Activities involved in directing, managing, and


supervising the operation and maintenance of school plant facilities.
Building Services - Activities involving keeping the physical plant clean and
ready for daily use. Includes operating the heating, lighting, and ventilating
systems, and repairing and replacing facilities and equipment. Also, includes
related costs.
Ground Services - Activities such as snow removal, landscaping, grounds
maintenance designed to maintain and improve the land (excluding the
building).
Equipment Services - Activities involving maintaining equipment owned or
used by LEA.
Vehicle Services (Other than Pupil Transportation Vehicles) - Activities
involving maintaining general purpose vehicles such as trucks, tractors,
graders, and staff vehicles.
Security Services - Activities involving maintaining order and safety in school
buildings, on the grounds, and in the vicinity of schools at all times. Includes
police activities for school functions and traffic control. Also includes building
alarm systems and hall monitoring services.
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STATE
FUNCTION

MUNIS 2
CHARACTER

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

65000

School Food Services and Other Non-Instructional Operations

65100

School Food Services - Activities involving providing food to students and staff
in a school or LEA. This service area includes preparing and serving regular
and incidental meals, lunches, or snacks in connection with school activities and
food delivery.

65300

OF

OC

Facilities - Activities involving acquiring land and buildings, remodeling


buildings, constructing buildings and additions to buildings, installing or
extending service systems and other built-in equipment, and improving sites.

66000

66100

FA

66200

FI

66300

FD

66400

FE

66500

FC

66600

FX

Site Acquisitions - Activities involving acquiring and improving new sites.


Site Improvements - Activities involving improving existing sites and
maintaining existing site improvements.
Architecture and Engineering Services - Includes the activities of architects and
engineers related to acquiring and improving sites and improving buildings.
Included in this function are charges for those preliminary activities that may or
may not result in additions to the LEA's property.
Educational Specifications - Activities involving preparing and interpreting
descriptions of specific space requirements for the various learning experiences
of students to be accommodated in a building. The architects and engineers
interpret these specifications in the early stages of blueprint development.
Building Acquisition and Construction Services - Activities involving buying or
constructing buildings.
Building Addition and Improvement Services - Activities involving building
additions and installing or extending service systems and other built-in
equipment.
Debt Service and Fund Transfers

67000
67100

Community Services - Activities involving providing community services to


students, staff, or other community participants. Examples include: the
operation of a community swimming pool, recreation programs for the elderly,
child care centers for working parents, etc.

DS

Debt Service - Includes payments for both principal and interest that service the
debt of the LEA.

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STATE
MUNIS 2
FUNCTION CHARACTER

68100

TI

68200

TS

68300

TA

68400

TH

68500

TT

68600

TM

68700

TO

68800

TF

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Classroom Instruction - Includes technology expenditures directly related to
the delivery of classroom instruction and the interaction between students and
teachers, including actual instruction in technology.
Instructional Support - Includes technology expenditures related to
instructional support services for students, staff, and school administration.
Includes technology expenditures in the areas of: Guidance Services, School
Social Worker Services, Homebound Instruction, Improvement of Instruction,
Media Services, Office of the Principal, as well as for instructional
technology resource positions that provide staff development, and technology
support positions that provide technical support but that do not teach students.
Administration - Includes technology-related expenditures that directly
support activities involving establishing and administering policy for
operating the LEA.
Attendance & Health - Includes technology-related expenditures that directly
support activities whose primary purpose is the promotion and improvement
of students' attendance at school through various student attendance and
health services.
Pupil Transportation - Includes technology-related expenditures that directly
support activities involving transporting students to and from school.
Operations & Maintenance - Includes technology-related expenditures that
directly support activities involving keeping the physical plant open,
comfortable, and safe for use, and keeping the grounds, buildings, and
equipment in effective working condition.
School Food Services and Other Non-Instructional Operations - Includes
technology-related expenditures that directly support non-instructional
services for students, staff, or the community, such as school food services,
enterprise operations, and community services.
Facilities - Includes technology-related expenditures that directly support
activities involving acquiring land and buildings, remodeling buildings,
constructing buildings and additions to buildings, installing or extending
service systems and other building equipment, and improving sites.

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STATE
MUNIS 2
FUNCTION CHARACTER

69000
69100

CI

69300

CA

69600

CM

69700

CF

69800

CO

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Contingency Reserves - Amounts budgeted as contingency reserve are shown
under this function using the sub-functions described below.
Classroom Instruction - Includes reserve expenditures directly related to the
delivery of classroom instruction and the interaction between students and
teachers.
Administration - Includes reserve expenditures that directly support activities
involving establishing and administering policy for operating the LEA.
Operations & Maintenance - Includes reserve expenditures that directly support
activities involving keeping the physical plant open, comfortable, and safe for
use, and keeping the grounds, buildings, and equipment in effective working
condition.
School Food Services and Other Non-Instructional Operations - Includes
reserve expenditures that directly support non-instructional services for
students, staff, or the community, such as school food services, enterprise
operations, and community services.
Facilities - Includes reserve expenditures that directly support activities
involving acquiring land and buildings, remodeling buildings, constructing
buildings and additions to buildings, installing or extending service systems and
other built-in equipment, and improving sites.

Positions 6 and 7 of the org code identify the program. The program is also identified in the Org
Code description, in most cases. Appendix 5 provides a complete listing of current ORG Codes
used by MCPS for expenditure accounts.

The object code identifies the type of cost. The file below is a summary of object codes used by
MCPS.

MUNIS Account
Code Structure SLIDE.pdf

Expenditure accounts are also assigned to budget rollup groups and classification groups to facilitate
budget management, ensure accurate coding of expenditures, and better summarize costs.
Questions about account codes should be directed to the budget office.

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Appendix 1 Budget Request Entry in MUNIS


Instructions for entering the FY2017 budget into MUNIS
Requests MUST be entered in MUNIS by DUE DATE DECEMBER 14, 2015
All schools and departments must enter non-personnel budget requests in MUNIS in accordance with
these instructions. Requests to be entered in MUNIS include maintenance level requests for
materials, supplies, and services. These include annually recurring costs to operate the schools and
departments based on current and/or anticipated student enrollment, staffing levels, and current
program service levels. Generally, budget holders should include requests that are already covered
under their current budget allocations in their detailed budget requests.
In addition, schools and departments must enter requests submitted through the Personnel and Other
Requests workbook into MUNIS. These will be entered as Budget Request Pending items.
This year, Budget Holders will complete the Technology Request workbook but will NOT
enter these requests into MUNIS. The Technology Department will enter your Budget Request
Pending items into MUNIS.

Steps for Entering Budget Requests in MUNIS


Provided below are step by step instructions for entering the FY 2016-2017 Level 1 budget requests
into Munis.
1. Using the MUNIS menu, select Next Year Budget Entry

Enter Next Year Budget Entry here.


Click, Financials, Budget Processing
and then Next Year Budget Entry

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The FY 2017 Level 1


Projection Number is
17010. This is the default
projection in MUNIS
Click on Accept

To narrow the accounts for budget entry, use the advanced find by account segments. Click on Segment
Find to pull up your school or departments account codes.

Click on Segment Find


to pull up your school or
departments account
codes
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Enter the Department Code for


your budget. Enter 53..59
Character code to exclude
salary and benefit lines.
Click accept twice when done

This will return a complete listing of budget lines in the selected department as shown below. Select the
line to enter budget detail, Click Accept.

Select the line you want to


enter budget amounts to
Then click detail info

This budget projection has saved the descriptions used in the FY2017 Budget:

To use one of the saved descriptions Click Update, make changes and then Click Accept.
To use a new description click Add to begin entering a new budget request. Once entered, Click
Accept.
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Add multiple requests to the same account by clicking Add again and entering the next item.
Click Accept after each entry.
To delete a description that is no longer needed, click Delete

Click here to update or


add a detail line request
and then click accept.
You can add multiple
lines to each budget code.
Click Delete if you no
longer need the
description.

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The example below shows detail entered for quantity of 1, unit cost $100 for educational supplies, for
a total of $100 needed for supplies to support instruction. Once all lines have been updated and/or
added, Click Return.

After you have


updated and/or added
all lines, click accept
and return

This example shows (1 of 6)


different records, each record
with the same org object code,
with a different description
and/or amount

Important: If a specific description will not be used in the FY 2017 Budget, delete these records.

The system will


automatically sum
the FY2017 budget
requests
Verify the total reflects the correct budgeted amounts.
2. Enter, into Munis, the budget requests in the Personnel and Other Request workbook that were
submitted on November 13, 2015. Add multiple requests to the same budget org object code by
clicking add and then accept after each entry. Then click return. Remember, the system will
automatically sum your requests. Use the object code 597000 Budget Request Pending Items.
When entering these requests into Munis use specific language in the description field. In the
description field identify the name of the worksheet and the description used in the Personnel and
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Other Request workbook. Include the reason for this budget request in the Justification field.
Each worksheet should be entered as a separate record in the Budget Request Pending Items.
For example: In the Personnel and Other Requests workbook the description should read
Priority 1, Special Education Teacher and associated expenses.
Below is a listing of the org/object codes that can be used for the Budget Request Pending Items:

Make sure that the total budget amounts in the Personnel and Other Request workbook match the
total amount entered into the Budget Request Pending lines.
All Budget Requests MUST Be Entered IN MUNIS by DECEMBER 14, 2015
THANK YOU for your assistance in preparing the FY 2016-2017 Budget. Please contact Lee Miller
(lmiller@mcpsva.org), ext. 6034 or Andy Hawkins (pahawkins@mcpsva.org) ext. 6035 if you need
assistance or have questions or suggestions regarding the budget submission process.

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Appendix 2 Personnel and Other Requests


Instructions for Submitting your FY 2016-2017 Budget Request
Instructions for Requesting Personnel and Other Requests DUE DATE FOR LEVEL 1
REQUESTS NOV 13, 2015
Tools Provided: Excel Workbook - FY 2017 Budget Request - Personnel and Other Requests
Double
Click here
to open the
workbook

Personnel and
Other Request Workbook Rev 10-3-14.xlsm

The above workbook should be used to itemize and summarize budget requests for positions beyond
the base allotment, any proposed new or significantly expanded program requests, or other special
requests. Click on the above to open the workbook. Then click File, save as and save the file to a
location on your computer of your choice. You can name the file anything you want. Remember to
save your file periodically as you complete the workbook.
The workbook includes multiple worksheets as follows:
1. Worksheets to itemize your detailed requests. The workbook allows for the entry of your five (5)
highest priority requests. Each Priority request will be considered as a decision package.
Below is a screen shot of the Priority 1 worksheet. Begin entering your requests in this
worksheet.
2. Complete the fields in the Priority Request worksheets as described below.

Enter your name and


school/department here.
(Once entered here, this
information will populate
automatically to all other
worksheets)

Select the Central


Office department
that would be
responsible for
budgeting this, if
applicable
Click Priority 1
to enter your
highest priority
request first.

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Below is a sample completed Priority request worksheet.

Provide a short
description of your
request in cell C5
and expanded
explanation in cell
A7

Provide a
description of
costs and
estimated
amounts in
cells C10 to
E15. Totals
will populate
automatically.

Once you have entered Priority 1, click on the Priority 2 tab to enter your next request. Proceed to
priority tabs 3 through 5 as applicable.
If you have more than five priority requests, you can complete multiple workbooks. If this is the case,
you should group these by the central office department areas. For example, multiple requests for
instructional staff could be grouped in one workbook while multiple requests for technology could be
grouped in another.

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Your Priority Requests are summarized on the Summary worksheet.

Once you have entered your detailed Priority requests, much of the Summary worksheet will
already be populated. The only field you should have to update is the justification field in column C.
Below is a screen shot of the Summary worksheet.

This field will populate from the


Priority 1 worksheet
You can enter a short
justification for each
Priority in the Summary
worksheet. The
justification should relate
the request to your school
improvement plan or
departmental action plan
These fields will populate from
the Priority worksheets

The Summary worksheet


summarizes your requests and
entered into the Priority
worksheets.

4. Save your workbook! When you have completed the workbook(s), send an electronic copy of
your request to budget@mcpsva.org. You may copy other central office departments as
appropriate on your requests. Copies of all requests will be distributed to and reviewed by
executive cabinet.

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REQUESTS FOR HOURLY, TEMPORARY, AND OVERTIME PAY


ASSIGNMENTS
Requests for hourly, temporary, and overtime pay assignments should be listed on the PT, OT and
Hourly worksheet. Provide detail justification for amounts requested. A listing of current hourly
rates is provided in the worksheet to assist in estimating costs.
Below is a copy of the worksheet to list overtime, part time hourly and temporary staff requests.

All Personnel and Other Requests MUST be submitted by November 13, 2015 in
order to receive consideration for inclusion in the FY 2017 Budget.
THANK YOU for your assistance in preparing the FY 2016-2017 Budget. Please contact
Lee Miller (lmiller@mcpsva.org) ext. 6034 or Andy Hawkins (pahawkins@mcpsva.org)
ext. 6035 if you have questions or suggestions regarding the budget submission process.

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School Year 2015-2016 Hourly Rate of Pay
Summer Programs
Position
Assistant Coordinator (licensed)
Clerical Support
Coordinator (licensed)
Instructional Assistant /Sun IA
Interpreter/Translator
On-line Coordinator
Registered Nurse
Substitute Instructional Assistant
Substitute Teacher
Substitute Teacher (4 year degree)
Substitute Teacher (no degree)
Summer Feeding Program - Student Food Service Worker
Summer Feeding Program - Food Service Worker
Summer Feeding Program - Food Service Supervisor
Teacher (licensed)

Hourly rate
$33.60
$13.79
$35.20
$13.79
$18.63
$13.79
$32
$13.79
$32 (Planning rate $20)
$20 (Planning rate $13.79)
$13.79
$10
$16
$17
$32 (Planning rate $20)

Teacher Positions (require teaching license)


After School Tutoring
Rising Stars Instruction
Rising Stars Planning
Curriculum Development
GED Planning
GED Teaching
Homebound
Instructional Programs (i.e., Saturday School)
Kindergarten/VPI Assessment

$32
$32
$20
$20
$20
$32
$32
$32
$32

Support Positions
Hourly rates apply only to non-FTE support staff. The
applicable rate of pay for overtime worked for FTE staff will be
based upon their job assignment and hourly rate of pay
Clerical Assistant
Laborer Assistant
Receptionist
Clerical Technical (Specialized Skill)
Registered Nurse
Other Support Positions
Instructional Assistant (temporary)
Interpreter/Translator
Bus Driver Trainee
Building Usage - Supervisor
Building Usage - Custodian

$8
$8
$9
$11.43
$18
Varies (based on position and
incumbent)
$13.79
$18.63
$16
$35
Actual hourly rate

Standards of Learning and Other Assessments


WIDA Testing
Administer/Proctor Testing
AVID Tutors

$25
$16
$15.58

Professional Development
Attending professional development off contract

$100/full day

Ticket Takers - Metz


Ticket Takers - Osbourn
Ticket Takers - Osbourn

1 event $30
Freshman/JV $30
Varsity $35

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Appendix 3 Technology Requests


The Technology Request Workbook is designed to gather your school/department technology
requests. These requests include new or additional technologies to support your building/department
goals, replacement of technology equipment and/or annually recurring costs, such as software
maintenance. All technology requests should be in support of your school/department improvement
plans and goals.

Technology
Request Workbook FY2017.xlsx

Double
Click here
to open the
workbook

Instructions for using the Technology Request Workbook:


Click on the icon above to open the workbook. Then, click File, Save As and save the file to a
location on your computer. You can rename the file anything you want. Remember to save your file
periodically as you work.
The Technology Request Workbook includes multiple worksheets as follows:
1. Summary: This worksheet provides a summary of all of the school or department technology
requests.
2. Schl-xx: Each of these worksheets correlates to a project or initiative for your school or
department.
3. Sample: This worksheet provides a sample illustration of a completed project tab.
Filling out the Technology Request Workbook.
Summary Tab
1. Select your school or department from the drop-down list and enter the name of the workbook
preparer. These entries will automatically carry over to the remaining worksheets.
2. On the lower portion of the worksheet is a summary section. Do not edit any of the information
as it will populate based upon your entries in the other worksheets.
Select the school or
department name

Type the preparers


name

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Schl-xx Tabs
1. Rename each of the tabs used by replacing Schl with your school or department name. Eight
Schl tabs are included in the Technology Request Workbook. If you need more tabs for your
requests, create a second workbook for your school/department.
Rename each of these tabs, replacing Schl
with your school or department name

2. For each project/initiative that your school or department is requesting, complete the following
sections (See Figure 1 for additional information):
a. Project/Initiative Title:
This will be how the project/initiative will be identified throughout the budget process.
Keep titles short, concise, and representative of the entire project.
b. Provide a full description of the project/initiative, including the key benefits:
Provide details and background information to help budget evaluators understand, at a
high level, what the overall goals and objectives for the project/initiative are. Include
the key benefits of funding the project.
c. How does this project/initiative align to the Strategic Plan/School Improvement Plan?
Cite the goals of this project/initiative and how it would support your school or
department plan and/or correlation to the Division Strategic Plan. Include specific goals
as needed.
d. How will students and/or staff utilize this project?
Provide details on how students and/or staff will use the hardware, software, or services
included in the technology request. Give any relevant strategies or logistical
information that may be helpful in understanding how the project/initiative will
operate. Be sure to include any specific support requirements expected to be provided
by the Information and Instructional Technology teams.
e. What is the expected outcome of the project and how will success be measured and
monitored?
Provide the results expected if this project/initiative is approved in the final budget.
Explain how the success or failure of the project will be measured and monitored.

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Figure 1.

This information
will auto populate
from the Summary
tab

Enter the appropriate


information here for
each project/initiative.

3. Budgeting FY2017 Costs:


Each of the Schl tabs is representative of a complete project/initiative. Include all of the costs
associated with implementation of that technology request. There are sections for Hardware,
Software, Materials/Supplies, and Other Costs. Not all of all the sections may be required for each
request (See Figure 2 for additional information).
For budgeting purposes, use actual costs, if known. Information Technology has published many
technology standards online with accurate pricing information to aid in the budgeting process. If
actual costs are not known, provide a best estimate. In order to denote that the amount is an
estimate, place an asterisk (*) in column H next to the total cost for each entry this applies to.

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Figure 2.
Remember to place
an asterisk (*) in
column H to indicate
that the cost is an
estimate.

Enter all relevant


information about
costs needed to
implement the
project/initiative
(Item description,
Quantity, and Cost)
The Total Cost
cells will
automatically
calculate based
upon the Quantity
and Unit Cost
entries.

4. Budgeting Future Costs:


This section will provide information related to any recurring costs that may be required to sustain
the project in future years. This is an important step in the budgeting process to ensure that future
funding and support will be available for the technology project/initiative.
Remember to place
an asterisk (*) in
column H to indicate
that the cost is an
estimate.

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THANK YOU for your assistance in completing the Technology Request Workbook. If you have any
questions regarding technology while you are preparing the Technology Request Workbook, contact
Bobby Barrett (x6030) and/or Robert Sansone (x6029) in Information Technology or Pedro
Hernandez (x6032) in Instructional Technology.

REMEMBER TO SAVE YOUR WORKBOOK OFTEN!

When your Technology Request Workbook is complete, submit it to budgettech@mcpsva.org.


All Technology Request Workbooks MUST be received by the close of business, November 13,
2015 in order to receive consideration for inclusion into the FY2017 Budget.

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Appendix 4 - Instructions for Preparing Detail


Budget Report
INSTRUCTIONS for FY2017 Detail Budget Report
To produce budget reports for the FY2017 budget entries, sign into MUNIS as follows:

Select Financials,
Budget Processing,
Next Year Budget
Reports

Select Define

Select Define

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Click on pull down arrow, select Projection 17010 FY 2016-2017 Budget Projection Operating
Funds, Click Accept twice (do NOT double-click).

CURRENT PROJECTION 17010 FY 2017 BUDGET


Level 1

Click Accept twice (do


NOT double-click)

Select Advanced to use a Segment Find if you want to narrow your report data by account segments.

Select Advanced,
Segment Find and
then Accept

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Enter 53..59 Character code to


exclude salary and benefit
lines.
Click Accept when done

Select report options and choose the type of report you want to produce, field order and subtotals, and
data to be included in the report.

Select Report Options

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Choose the type of report you want to produce, field order and subtotals, and data to be included in
the report:

Click Accept

Select Accept to generate the report.


You can view the report in PDF or export it to excel

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Appendix 5 Org Code Listing


Below is a complete listing of current ORG Codes used by MCPS for expenditure accounts:
Org Code
10AAI00
10ACS00
10AHA00
10AIC10
10AII00
10AII10
10ATS10
10BAB00
10BTA00
10CAE00
10CAI00
10CCI10
10CHA00
10CIC10
10CIC12
10CIC13
10CIC14
10CIC1F
10CIC1J
10CIC1N
10CIC1X
10CIC20
10CIC30
10CIC40
10CIC50
10CIC53
10CIC54
10CIC60
10CIC61
10CIC63
10CIC64
10CIC65
10CIC66
10CIC70
10CIC81
10CIG10
10CIH00
10CIH10
10CIH20

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
MGMT INFO SVC
CONTINGENCY-ACHIEV&ACCT
ASSESSMENT -ATTEND SRV
ACHV CLASSRM INSTRUCTION
ASSESSMENT-IMPROV INSTR
ASSESSMNT-IMPROV INSTR CLSRM
ACHIEV TECH SUPPORT INSTRUCT
SCHOOL BOARD
SCHOOL BOARD TECHNOLOGY
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
COMMUNITY LIAISON
CURR INSTRUC RESERVE
CURRICULUM - ATTENDANCE
CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
CLASS INSTRUCTION-ENGLISH
CLASS INSTRUCTION-MATH
CLASS INSTRUCTION - SCIENCE
CLASS INSTRUCTION - AT RISK
CLASS INSTRUCTION - ALTERNATIV
CLASS INSTRUCTION - NON TRADIT
CLASS INSTRUCTION - STEM
CLASS INSTRUCTION-SPECIAL ED
CLASS INSTRUCTION - CTE
CLASS INSTRUCTION - GIFTED
CLASS INSTRUCTION - ACTIV
CLASS INSTRUCTION - ACTIVITIES
ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS
CLASS INSTRUCTION SUMMERSCH
CLASS INSTRUCTION - GT SUMMER
SUMMER SCH CLASS INSTR - ELEM
SUMMER SCHOOL - CI SECONDARY
SUMMER SCHOOL CI MIDDLE SCH
CLASSRM INSTR SUM SCH ESOL
CURR - ADULT EDUCATION
CLASS INSTR - 4 YEAR OLD
GUIDANCE OFFICE
INSTRUCTION RESERVE
INSTRUCT- HOMEBOUND
INSTRUCT-HOMEBOUND SPED

Location
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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Department
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

Function
62130
69200
62210
61100
61310
61310
68200
62110
68300
62120
62130
69100
62210
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61210
61230
61230
61230

Program
000
000
000
100
000
100
100
000
000
000
000
100
000
100
102
103
114
185
122
126
151
200
300
400
500
530
540
600
610
630
640
650
660
700
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Org Code
10CII10
10CII12
10CII16
10CII1N
10CII1S
10CII1X
10CII30
10CII60
10CII61
10CII63
10CII64
10CII65
10CTI10
10CTI1N
10CTI1X
10CTI30
10CTS10
10CTS30
10CTS64
10DHH63
10DHH65
10DHH00
10DHH20
10DMS00
10DTA00
10DTH00
10DTH52
10EAE00
10EIC10
10EII10
10ETI10
10GIC10
10GIC1A
10GIC41
10GII10
10GII1A
10GII41
10GTI10
10GTS10
10HAE00
10HAH00
10HMS00
10HTA00
10ICT00
10IMO00

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTION
IMPROV INSTR - ENGLISH
CURR INSTR SUPPORT - HEALTH/PE
IMPROV INSTR - NON TRADITIONAL
IMPROV INSTR - STUDENT ASST
CURR INSTRUCT - STEM
IMPROV INSTR - CTE
IMPROV INSTR - SUMMER SCH
IMPROV INSTR - GIFTED SUMR
IMPROV INSTR - ELEM SUMMR
IMPROV INSTR - SEC SUMMER
IMPROV INSTR - MID SUMMER
INSTR TECHNOLOGY -CLASSROOM
INSTR TECHNOLOGY -NON-TRADITIO
CURR TECH INSTR STEM
INSTR TECHNOLOGY - CTE
TECHNOLOGY SUP - CLASSROOM
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT-CTE
TECH SUPP SUMMER SCH OHS
HEALTH SERV-ELEM SUMMER SCH
HEALTH SERV-MID SUMMER SCH
HEALTH SERVICE
HEALTH SERVICES - SPECIAL ED
HEALTH SERVICES- SECURITY
TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATION
TECHNOLOGY - HEALTH
HEALTH TECHNOL ATHLETICS
ESOL ADMIN
ESOL CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
ESOL IMPROV INSTRUCTION
ESOL TECH INSTRUCTION
CLASSROOM INSTR - GIFTED
CLASSROOM INSTR - ADVCRS
GIFTED INSTRUCT GOV SCH
IMPROV INSTR - GIFTED
IMPROV INSTR - ADV COURSE
IMPROV INSTR - GOV SCHOOL
INSTR TECHNOLOGY-GIFTED
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT - GIFTED
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
HUMAN RESOURCES
HUMAN RESOURCES -SECURITY
HUMAN RESOURCES -ADMIN TECH
CONTINGENCY - TEHCNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY-BLDG SERVICES

Location
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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Department
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
D
D
E
E
E
E
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
H
H
H
H
I
I

Function
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
62220
62220
62220
62220
64600
68300
68400
68400
62120
61100
61310
68100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61310
68100
68200
62120
62140
64600
68300
69950
64200

Program
100
102
106
126
128
151
300
600
610
630
640
650
100
126
151
300
100
300
640
630
650
000
200
000
000
000
520
100
123
123
100
400
150
401
400
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400
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Org Code
10ITA10
10ITI00
10ITI10
10ITI1S
10ITI20
10ITM00
10ITM10
10ITS00
10ITS10
10ITS1L
10JAF00
10JAH00
10JIC00
10JIC10
10JMO00
10JTA00
10JTI00
10KAE00
10KAI00
10KAR00
10KCA00
10KHA00
10KIC1N
10KIS10
10KMA00
10KME00
10KMO00
10KMS00
10LAP00
10MMA00
10MME00
10MMG00
10MMO00
10MMO30
10MMS00
10MMV00
10MTM00
10NHH20
10NHP00
10NHP20
10NHP25
10NHS20
10NHS27
10NIC16
10NIC20

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
IT ADMIN - BUDGET USE
IT CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
INSTR TECHNOLOGY-REG PRG
TECH-STUDENT ASSISTANCE
INSTR TECHNOLOGY-SPECIAL ED
TECHNOLOGY OPER/MAINT
TECHNOLOGY OPER/MAINT REG
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT -REG PRG
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT -LIBRARY
FINANCE -FISCAL SERVICES
FINANCE -BENEFITS
FINANCE - INTERNAL FOR BENEF R
FINANCE - LAPSE & TURNOVER
FINANCE -POSTAL SERVICES
FINANCE TECHNOLOGY ADMIN
FINANCE TECHNOLOGY INSTRUC
ADMIN SRV -EXEC ADMIN
ADMIN SRV INFO SRV
ADMIN SRV -REPROGRAPHICS
ADMIN SRV-RESERVE
ADMIN SERVICES - ATTENDANCE
ADMIN NON-TRAD LEARNING
ADMIN SERV - SOCIAL WORKERS
ADMIN SERV-OPERATIONS ADMIN
ADMIN SRV -EQUIP SERVICES
ADMIN- COURIER
SECURITY-SCH RESOURCE OFFCR
PURCHASING SERVICES
MAINT - MAINT ADMIN
MAINT - EQUIPMENT SERVICE
MAINT - GROUNDS SERVICE
MAINT - BUILDING SERVICES
MAINT - BUILDING SRV CTE
MAINT - SECURITY SERVICES
MAINT - VEHICLE SERVICES
MAINT & OPER TECHNOLOGY
SPECIAL ED - HEALTH SRV OT
SPECIAL ED - PSYCHOLOGICAL
SPECIAL ED - PSYCHOLOG SPED
SPECIAL ED -PSYCHOLICAL MD
SPECIAL ED - BUILDING SERVICES
SPECIAL ED- SPEECH/AUD SRV
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT APE
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPECIAL ED

Location
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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Department
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
L
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

Function
68300
68100
68100
68100
68100
68600
68600
68200
68200
68200
62160
62140
61100
61100
64200
68300
68100
62120
62130
62180
69300
62210
61100
61220
64100
64400
64200
64600
62170
64100
64400
64300
64200
64200
64600
64500
68600
62220
62230
62230
62230
62240
62240
61100
61100

Program
100
000
100
128
200
000
100
000
100
120
000
000
000
100
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
126
100
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
300
000
000
000
256
000
200
250
200
253
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Org Code
10NIC22
10NIC23
10NIC25
10NIC26
10NIC27
10NIC28
10NIC29
10NIC2H
10NIC2O
10NIC2T
10NIC62
10NIC67
10NII20
10NII21
10NII24
10NII26
10NII27
10NII29
10NII2H
10NII62
10NII67
10NIS10
10NIS20
10NTI20
10NTI23
10NTI25
10NTI27
10NTS20
10OAP00
10OAR00
10OFC00
10OFI00
10OFX00
10OMA00
10OME00
10OMG00
10OMO00
10OMS00
10OTM00
10PII10
10RAI00
10SAC00
10SAE00
10SAI00
10SCA00

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED TBI
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED ED
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED MD
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED HI
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED SPEECH
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED VI
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED AUTSM
CLASS INSTR-SPED OHI
CLASS INSTR -SPED OT
CLASSROOM INSTR -SPED PT
CLASS INSTRUCTION - SPED ESY
CLASS INSTR - SPED PRESCH DD S
INSTR SUPPORT -SPECIAL ED
SPED IMPROV INSTRUCT ID
SPED IMPROV INSTRUCT LD
INSTR SUPPORT - SPED HI
INSTR SUPPORT-SPED SPEECH
SPED IMPROV INSTRUCT AUTISM
SPED IMPROV INSTRUCT OHI
IMPROV INSTR - SPED ESY SUMMR
IMPROV INSTR - SPED PRESCH DD
SOCIAL WORKER - REG PRG
SOCIAL WORKER -SPECIAL ED
INSTR TECHNOL SPECIAL ED
INSTR TECHNOL SPED ED
INSTR TECHNOL SPED MD
INSTR TECHNOL SPED SPEECH
TECHNOL SUP -SPECIAL ED
OPERATIONS - PURCHASING
OPER - REPROGRAPHICS
BUILDING ACQ/CONSTR
OPERATIONS - SITE IMPROV
OPERATIONS - FACILITIES
OPERATIONS - ADMIN
OPER - EQUIP SERVICE
OPER - GROUNDS MAINT
OPERATIONS - BUILDING SRV
OPERATIONS - SECURITY SRV
OPERATIONS - TECHNOLOGY
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
PUBLIC RELATIONS
ADMIN PLANNING SERVICES
SUPERINTENDENT-EXEC ADM
PUBLIC RELATIONS
SUPERINTENDENT-CONTINGENCY

Location
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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Department
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
P
R
S
S
S
S

Function
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61220
61220
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
62170
62180
66500
66200
66600
64100
64400
64300
64200
64600
68600
61310
62130
62150
62120
62130
69300

Program
260
230
250
251
253
254
259
245
256
257
620
625
200
210
240
251
253
259
245
620
625
100
200
200
230
250
253
200
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
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000
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Org Code
10SII70
10STA00
10TME00
10TMS00
10TMV00
10TOC90
10TOC93
10TTT00
10TVA00
10TVE00
10TVM00
10TVM20
10TVM53
10TVM62
10TVM67
10TVO00
10TVO10
10TVO19
10TVO20
10TVO40
10TVO50
10TVO52
10TVO53
10TVO54
10TVO60
10TVO62
10TVO63
10TVO64
10TVO65
10TVO66
10TVO67
10TVO92
10TVO93
10TVR00
10TVR20
10ZIC00
111IC10
111IC11
111IC12
111IC13
111IC14
111IC15
111IC16
111IC18
111IC1C

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
INSTR SUPPRT - ADULT ED
SUPERINTENDENT-TECHNOL
TRANSP-EQ SERVICE
TRANSP-SECURITY SERVICE
TRANSP - VEHICLE SERVICE
TRANSP - COMMUNITY SRV CA
TRANSP - COMMUNITY SRV
TRANSP - PUPILS-TECHNOL
TRANSP - MANAGEMENT
TRANSP - SCHOOL BUSES
TRANSP - VEHICLE MAINT
TRANSP - MONITOR SRV SPED
TRANSP - MONITR-COMMUN
TRANSP -MONITR-ELEM SUMMR
TRANSP -MONITR-SPED DD PRESCH
TRANSP - OPERATORS
TRANSP-OPERATORS SOL
TRANSP - DRIVERS ED
TRANSP - VEH OPER SPED
TRANSP - VEH OPER GIFTED
TRANSP - VEH OPER OTHER
TRANSP - VEH OPER ATHLETICS
TRANSP - VEH OPER ACTIV
PUPIL TRANSP-ENRICH PRGMS
TRANSP -VEH OP SUMMR SCH
TRANSP-VEH OP SE EY SUMMR
TRANSP -VEH OP ELEM SUMMER
TRANSP -VEH OP SEC SUMMR
TRANSP SUMMER SCHOOL METZ
TRANSP-VEH OP ESOL SUMMR
TRANSP-VEH OP PRESCHOOL DD SUM
TRANSP -VEH OP GMU/NVCC
TRANSP-VEH OP COMM EVENT
TRANSP - VEHICLE MAINT
TRANSP - VEHICLE MAINT SPED
NON DEPT BUDGET ESTIMATES
BALD CLASS INSTR REG PROG
BALD CLASS INSTR -ART
BALD CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
BALD CLASS INSTR -MATH
BALD CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
BALD CLASS INSTR -SOC STUD
BALD CLASS INSTR -PHYS ED
BALD CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
BALD CL INSTR -REG CLASS

54

Location
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Department
S
S
S
S
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
Z
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Function
61310
68300
64400
64600
64500
65300
65300
68500
63100
63500
63300
63300
63300
63300
63300
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63200
63400
63400
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100

Program
700
000
000
000
000
900
930
000
000
000
000
200
530
620
625
000
100
112
200
400
500
520
530
540
600
620
630
640
650
660
625
920
930
000
200
000
100
101
102
103
114
109
106
110
130

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Org Code
111IC1K
111IC20
111IC23
111IC24
111IC27
111IC29
111IC40
111IC81
111IG10
111II10
111II14
111II20
111II40
111IM10
111IP10
111MO00
111TI10
111TI1P
111TI1T
111TI20
111TS10
111TS1L
111TS1P
111TS1T
11CIC10
11CIC1K
11CIC63
11CIC81
11CII10
11CII63
11DHH00
11IIC10
11ITA00
11ITI10
11ITS00
11ITS10
11MME00
11MME1L
11MMG00
11MMO00
11MMO10
11MMS00
11NIC24
11NIC27
11NIC2H

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
BALD CL INSTR -KINDERGART
BALD CL INSTR -SPECIAL ED
BALD CLASS INSTR -SPED ED
BALD CLASS INSTR -SPED LD
BALD SPEECH
BALD CL INSTR -SPED AUTISM
BALD CLASS INSTR -GIFTED
BALD 4 YR OLD PROGRAM
BALD GUIDANCE OFFICE
BALD INSTR SUPPRT REGLR
BALD SCI COACH
BALD INSTR SUPP SPECIAL ED
BALD INSTR SUPPRT GIFTED
BALD MEDIA SERVICES
BALD PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
MAINT SUPPLIES
BALD TECH INSTR
BALD TI PRINC
BALD TECH INSTR-COMP LAB
BALD TECH INSTR SPED
BALD TECH SUPP-CLASSROOM
BALD TECH SUPPRT -LIBRARY
BALD TECH SUP -PRINC OFF
BALD TECH SUP -COMP LAB
BALD INSTR CLASSROOM
CURR-BALD CL INSTR GR K
SUMMER SCH CI BALDWIN
CLASS INSTR - 4 YR OLD - BALD
CURR IMPROV INSTR BALDWIN
SUMSCH INSTRUC SUPPORT BALDWIN
HEALTH SERVICES - BALDWIN
TECH BALDWIN
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN BALDWIN
TECH CLASS INSTR-BALDWIN
BALDWIN SALARIES OTHER TECH
IT TECH SUPPORT BALDWIN
MAINT-BALD EQUIP SRV
MAINT-BALD EQ SRV LIBRARY
MAINT-BALD GROUNDS
MAINT-BALD BUILDING SRV
MAINT-BALD BLDG SRV REGPRG
MAINT-BALD SECURITY SRV
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT SLD BALD
TEACHER - SPEECH BALDWIN
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT OHI BALD

55

Location
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Department
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
I
I
I
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
M
N
N
N

Function
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61210
61310
61310
61310
61310
61320
61410
64200
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
62220
68100
68300
68100
68200
68200
64400
64400
64300
64200
64200
64600
61100
61100
61100

Program
119
200
230
240
253
259
400
811
118
100
114
200
400
100
100
000
100
125
117
200
100
120
125
117
100
119
630
811
100
630
000
100
000
100
000
100
000
120
000
000
100
000
240
253
245

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Org Code
122IC11
122IC12
122IC13
122IC14
122IC15
122IC16
122IC18
122IC1C
122IC1E
122IC1K
122IC20
122IC21
122IC24
122IC27
122IC40
122IC81
122IG10
122II10
122II20
122II40
122IM10
122IP10
122TI10
122TI12
122TI1P
122TI1T
122TS10
122TS1L
122TS1P
122TS1T
delete1
delete2
12CIC10
12CIC1K
12CIC63
12CIC81
12CII10
12CII63
12DHH00
12ITA00
12ITI10
12ITS00
12ITS10
12MMA00
12MMG00

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
DEAN CLASS INSTR -ART
DEAN CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
DEAN CLASS INSTR -MATH
DEAN CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
DEAN CLASS INSTR -SOC STUD
DEAN CLASS INSTR -PHYS ED
DEAN CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
DEAN CL INSTR -REG CLASS
DEAN CLASS INSTR -ESOL
DEAN CL INSTR-KINDERGART
DEAN CL INSTR -SPECIAL ED
DEAN CLASS INSTR -SPED ID
DEAN CLASS INSTR -SPED LD
DEAN CL INST-SPED SPCH IMP
DEAN CLASS INSTR -GIFTED
DEAN 4 YR OLD PROGRAM
DEAN GUIDANCE OFFICE
DEAN INSTR SUPPRT REGULAR
DEAN INSTR SUPPORT SPED
DEAN INSTR SUPPRT -GIFTED
DEAN INSTR MEDIA SERVICES
DEAN PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
DEAN TECH INSTR-REG CLASS
DEAN TECH INSTR-ENGLISH
DEAN TI PRINC
DEAN TECH INSTR-COMP LAB
DEAN TECH SUPPORT
DEAN TECH SUPPRT -LIBRARY
DEAN TECH SUP -PRINC OFF
DEAN TECH SUP -COMP LAB
DEAN INSR IMPROV READING
DEAN INSTR IMPROV MATH
CURR DEAN INSTRUCTION
CURR-CL INSTR DEAN KINDERGARTN
SUMMER SCHOOL CI DEAN
CLASS INSTR - 4 YR OLD - DEAN
CURR IMPROV INSTR DEAN
SUMMER SCH IMPROV INSTR -DEAN
HEALTH SERVICES - DEAN
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN DEAN
TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTION DEAN
TECH SUPPORT - DEAN
IT TECH SUPPORT DEAN
MAINTENANCE - DEAN
DEAN MAINT- GROUNDS

Location
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

56

Department
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
I
I
I
I
M
M

Function
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61210
61310
61310
61310
61320
61410
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
61310
61310
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
62220
68300
68100
68200
68200
64100
64300

Program
101
102
103
114
109
106
110
130
123
119
200
210
240
253
400
811
118
100
200
400
100
125
100
102
125
117
100
120
125
117
102
103
100
119
630
811
100
630
000
000
100
000
100
000
000

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FY 2016-2017 Budget Manual


Org Code
12MMO94
12MMS00
12NIC20
12NIC21
12NIC23
12NIC24
12NIC27
12NIC2H
12NIC2P
12NIC80
12NTI20
12NTI2P
12NTI80
133IC10
133IC11
133IC12
133IC13
133IC14
133IC15
133IC16
133IC18
133IC1C
133IC1E
133IC1K
133IC20
133IC21
133IC23
133IC24
133IC26
133IC27
133IC2O
133IC2S
133IC2T
133IC40
133IC81
133IG10
133II10
133II1X
133II20
133II40
133IM10
133IP10
133TI10
133TI1T
133TI20

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
DEAN MAINT- BUILDING USE
DEAN MAINT- SECURITY SRV
DEAN INSTR CLASS SPED
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT-ID DEAN
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ED R DEAN
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT SLD DEAN
TEACHER - SPEECH
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT OHI DEAN
DEAN INSTR CLASS PRE DD
DEAN INSTR CLASS NONDAY
DEAN TECH INSTR SPED
DEAN TECH INSTR SPED DD
SPED TECHINST NON-REG DAY
HAYD CLASS INSTR REGULAR
HAYD CLASS INSTR -ART
HAYD CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
HAYD CLASS INSTR -MATH
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SOC STUD
HAYD CLASS INSTR -PHYS ED
HAYD CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
HAYD CL INSTR -REG CLASS
HAYD CLASS INSTR -ESOL
HAYD CL INSTR -KINDERGART
HAYD CL INSTR -SPECIAL ED
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SPED ID
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SPED ED
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SPED LD
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SPED HI
HAYD CL INSTR -SPED SPEECH
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SPED OT
HAYD CL INSTR -SPED SP IMP
HAYD CLASS INSTR -SPED PT
HAYD CLASS INSTR -GIFTED
HAYDON 4 YR OLD PROGRAM
HAYD GUIDANCE OFFICE
HAYD INSTR SUPP-REGULAR
HAYD INSTR IMPROV STEM
HAYD INSTR SUPPRT-SPEC ED
HAYD INSTR SUPPORT-GIFTED
HAYD INSTR MEDIA SERVICES
HAYD PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
HAYD TECH INSTR
HAYD TECHINSTR-COMP LAB
HAYD TECH INSTR -SPED

Location
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

57

Department
M
M
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Function
64200
64600
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
68100
68100
68100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61210
61310
61310
61310
61310
61320
61410
68100
68100
68100

Program
940
000
200
210
230
240
253
245
201
800
200
201
800
100
101
102
103
114
109
106
110
130
123
119
200
210
230
240
251
253
256
258
257
400
811
118
100
151
200
400
100
100
100
117
200

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Org Code
133TS1L
133TS1P
133TS1T
13CIC10
13CIC1K
13CIC63
13CIC81
13CII10
13CII63
13DHH00
13GIC10
13ITA00
13ITI10
13ITS00
13ITS10
13ITS1P
13MME1P
13MMG00
13MMO00
13MMO94
13MMS00
13NIC24
13NIC26
13NIC27
13NIC2D
13NIC2H
144IC10
144IC11
144IC12
144IC13
144IC14
144IC15
144IC16
144IC18
144IC1C
144IC1E
144IC1K
144IC20
144IC21
144IC23
144IC24
144IC25
144IC26
144IC27
144IC29

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
HAYD TECH SUP - LIBRARY
HAYD TECH SUP -PRINC OFF
HAYD TECH SUP-COMP LAB
HAYD INSTR CLASSROOM
CURR CL INSTR HAYD KINDERGARTN
SUMMER SCHOOL CI HAYDON
CLASS INSTR - 4 YR OLD - HAYD
CURR IMPROV INSTR HAYDON
SUMMER SCH IMPROV INSTR HAYD
HEALTH SERVICES - HAYDON
CLASSRM INSTR - GIFTED
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN HAYDON
TECHN CLASS INSTRUCT HAYDON
HAYDON SALARIES OTHER TECH
IT TECH SUPPORT HAYDON
TECHNOLOGY HAYDON
MAINT-HAYD EQ SRV PRINC
MAINT-HAYD GROUNDS
MAINT- HAYD BUILDING SRV
MAINT-HAYD BUILDING USE
MAINT -HAYD SECURITY SRV
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT SLD HAYD
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT HI HAYDON
TEACHER - SPEECH
SPED CLASS INSTR DD NOT PRESCH
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT OHI HAYD
ROUN CLASS INSTR REGULAR
ROUN CLASS INSTR -ART
ROUN CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
ROUN CLASS INSTR -MATH
ROUN CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
ROUN CLASS INSTR -SOC STUD
ROUN CLASS INSTR -PHYS ED
ROUN CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
ROUN CL INSTR -REG CLASS
ROUN CLASS INSTR -ESOL
ROUN CL INSTR -KINDERGART
ROUN CL INSTR -SPECIAL ED
ROUN CL INSTR -SPED ID
ROUN CL INSTR -SPED ED
RJOUN CL INSTR -SPED LD
ROUN CL INSTR -SPED MD
ROUN CL INSTR -SPED HI
ROUN CL INSTR-SPED SPEECH
ROUN CL INSTR-SPED AUTISM

Location
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

58

Department
3
3
3
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
G
I
I
I
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
N
N
N
N
N
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Function
68200
68200
68200
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
62220
61100
68300
68100
68200
68200
68200
64400
64300
64200
64200
64600
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100

Program
120
125
117
100
119
630
811
100
630
000
100
000
100
000
100
125
125
000
000
940
000
240
251
253
215
245
100
101
102
103
114
109
106
110
130
123
119
200
210
230
240
250
251
253
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Org Code
144IC81
144IG10
144II10
144II12
144IM10
144IP10
144TI10
144TI1T
144TI20
144TS10
144TS1L
144TS1P
144TS1T
14CIC10
14CIC1K
14CIC63
14CIC81
14CIC82
14CII10
14CII63
14CTI82
14DHH00
14ITA00
14ITI10
14ITM00
14ITS00
14ITS10
14ITS1P
14MME00
14MMG00
14MMO00
14MMO94
14MMS00
14NIC21
14NIC24
14NIC25
14NIC27
14NIC29
14NIC2H
155IC10
155IC11
155IC12
155IC13
155IC14
155IC15

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
ROUND 4 YR OLD PROGRAM
ROUN GUIDANCE OFFICE
ROUN INSTR SUPP-REGULAR
ROUND INSTR IMPROV
ROUN INSTR MEDIA SERVICES
ROUN PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
ROUN TECH INSTR
ROUN TECH INSTR -COMP LAB
ROUN TECH INSTR -SPEC ED
ROUN TECH SUP -REGULAR
ROUN TECH SUP-LIBRARY
ROUN TECH SUP-PRINC OFF
ROUN TECH SUP-COMP LAB
CURR CLASS INSTR CLSSROOM
CURR CL INSTR ROUND KINDERGART
SUMMER SCHOOL CI ROUND
CLASS INSTR - 4 YR OLD - ROUND
CURR CLASS INSTR HEADSTART
CURR IMPROV INSTR ROUND
INSTR SUPP SUM SCH ELEM ROUND
CURR TECH INSTR HEADSTART
HEALTH SERVICES - ROUND
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN ROUND
TECH CLASSRM INSTRUCT ROUND
IT SECURITY -ROUND
SALARY - ROUND TECHNOL SUPPORT
INSTRUC TECHNOLOGY - ROUND
TECH INSTR SUPP-PRINC ROUND
MAINT-ROUND EQUIPMENT
MAINT-ROUND GROUNDS
MAINT-ROUND BUILDING SRV
MAINT-ROUND BUILDING USE
MAINT-ROUND SECURITY SRV
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ID ROUND
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT SLD ROUND
SPECIAL ED CLASS INSTR - ROUND
TEACHER - SPEECH
SPED CLASS INSTRUC AUTISM ROUN
SPED CLASS INSTR OHI ROUND
WEEM CLASS INSTR REGULAR
WEEM CLASS INSTR -ART
WEEM CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
WEEM CLASS INSTR -MATH
WEEM CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
WEEM CL INSTR-SOC STUDIES

Location
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5

59

Department
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
I
I
I
I
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
N
N
N
N
N
N
5
5
5
5
5
5

Function
61100
61210
61310
61310
61320
61410
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
68100
62220
68300
68100
68600
68200
68200
68200
64400
64300
64200
64200
64600
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100

Program
811
100
100
102
100
100
100
117
200
100
120
125
117
100
119
630
811
812
100
630
812
000
000
100
000
000
100
125
000
000
000
940
000
210
240
250
253
259
245
100
101
102
103
114
109

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FY 2016-2017 Budget Manual


Org Code
155IC18
155IC1C
155IC1E
155IC1K
155IC20
155IC21
155IC24
155IC27
155IC29
155IC81
155IG10
155II10
155II40
155IM10
155IP10
155TI10
155TI12
155TI13
155TI18
155TI1T
155TI20
155TS10
155TS1L
155TS1P
155TS1T
15CIC10
15CIC1K
15CIC63
15CIC81
15CII10
15CII63
15DHH00
15GIC10
15ITA00
15ITI00
15ITI10
15ITS00
15ITS10
15ITS1P
15MME1P
15MMG00
15MMO00
15MMO94
15MMS00
15NIC24

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
WEEM CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
WEEM CL INSTR -REG CLASS
WEEM CLASS INSTR -ESOL
WEEM CL INSTR -KINDERGART
WEEM CL INSTR -SPECIAL ED
WEEM CLASS INSTR -SPED ID
WEEM CLASS INSTR -SPED LD
WEEM CL INSTR-SPED SPEECH
WEEM CL INSTR-SPED AUTISM
WEEMS 4 YR OLD PROGRAM
WEEM GUIDANCE OFFICE
WEEM INSTR SUPP-REGULAR
WEEM GT INSTR IMPROV
WEEM INSTR MEDIA SERVICE
WEEM PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
WEEM TECH SUPPRT-REGULAR
WEEM TECH SUPPRT-ENGLISH
WEEM TECH SUPPRT-MATH
WEEM TECH SUPPRT-MUSIC
WEEM TECH SUP-COMP LAB
WEEM TECH INSTR -SPEC ED
WEEM TECH SUPP-REG CLASS
WEEM TECH SUP-LIBRARY
WEEM TECH SUP-PRINC OFF
WEEM TECH SUP-COMP LAB
WEEM INSTR CLASSRM TECHN
CURR CL INSTR WEEMS KINDERGART
SUMMER SCHOOL CI WEEMS
CLASS INSTR - 4 YR OLD - WEEMS
CURR IMPROV INSTR WEEMS
SUMMER SCH IMPROV INSTR WEEMS
HEALTH SERVICES - WEEMS
CLASS INSTRUCT GIFTED WEEMS
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN WEEMS
TECHNOLOGY CL INSTR WEEMS
TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCT WEEMS
WEEM SALARIES OTHER TECH
IT TECH SUPPORT WEEMS
TECH INSTR SUPP-PRINC WEEMS
MAINT-WEEMS EQSERV PRINC
MAINT-WEEMS GROUNDS
MAINT-WEEMS BUILDING SRV
MAINT-WEEMS BUILDING USE
MAINT-WEEMS SECURITY SRV
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT SLD WEEMS

60

Location
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Department
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
G
I
I
I
I
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
N

Function
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61210
61310
61310
61320
61410
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
68100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
62220
61100
68300
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
64400
64300
64200
64200
64600
61100

Program
110
130
123
119
200
210
240
253
259
811
100
100
400
100
100
100
102
103
110
117
200
100
120
125
117
100
119
630
811
100
630
000
100
000
000
100
000
100
125
125
000
000
940
000
240

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Org Code
15NIC2D
15NIC2H
177IC10
177IC11
177IC12
177IC13
177IC14
177IC15
177IC16
177IC17
177IC18
177IC1C
177IC1D
177IC1E
177IC1V
177IC1X
177IC20
177IC21
177IC23
177IC24
177IC27
177IC29
177IC30
177IC3B
177IC40
177IG10
177II10
177IM10
177IP10
177MS00
177TI10
177TI12
177TI13
177TI1T
177TS10
177TS1L
177TS1P
177TS1T
17CIC10
17CIC63
17CII10
17CII63
17DHH00
17ITA00
17ITI10

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
SPED DEVEL DELAYED NON PRESCH
SPED OHI CLASS INSTRUCT WEEMS
MAYF CLASS INSTR REGULAR
MAYF CLASS INSTR -ART
MAYF CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
MAYF CLASS INSTR -MATH
MAYF CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
MAYF CLASS INSTR -SOC STUD
MAYF CLASS INSTR -PHYS ED
MAYF CL INSTR-WORLD LANG
MAYF CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
MAYF CLASS INSTR-REG CLASS
MAYF CLASS INSTR -ISD
MAYF CLASS INSTR -ESOL
MAYF CLASSRM INSTRUCT AVID
MAYF CLASSROOM INSTRUCT - STEM
MAYF CLASS INSTR -SPEC ED
MAYF CLASS INSTR -SPED ID
MAYF CLASS INSTR -SPED ED
MAYF CLASS INSTR -SPED LD
MAYF CL INSTR -SPED SP IMP
MAYF CL INSTR-SPED AUTISM
MAYF CLASS INSTR -CTE
MAYF CL INSTR-CTE BUSINESS
MAYF CLASS INSTR-GIFTED
MAYF GUIDANCE OFFICE
MAYF INSTR SUPPRT-REGULAR
MAYF INSTR MEDIA SERVICES
MAYF PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
MAYF SECURITY SERVICES
MAYF TECH INSTR -REGULAR
MAYF TECH INSTR -ENGLISH
MAYF TECH INSTR-MATH
MAYF TECHINSTR-COMP LAB
MAYF TECH SUPPRT-REGULAR
MAYF TECH SUPPRT-LIBRARY
MAYF TECH SUPP-PRINC OFF
MAYF TECH SUPPRT-COMP LAB
CURR - CLASS INSTRUCT-MYFLD
CURR SUMMER SCHOOL ELEM MAYFLD
CURR IMPROV INSTR MAYFIELD
CURR SUMMER SCH ELEM MAYFIELD
HEALTH SERVICES - MAYFIELD
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN MAYFIELD
TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCT MAYFLD

61

Location
5
5
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

Department
N
N
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
C
C
C
C
D
I
I

Function
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61210
61310
61320
61410
64600
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
61100
61100
61310
61310
62220
68300
68100

Program
215
245
100
101
102
103
114
109
106
111
110
130
115
123
152
151
200
210
230
240
253
259
300
360
400
118
100
100
125
000
100
102
103
117
100
120
125
117
100
630
100
630
000
000
100

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FY 2016-2017 Budget Manual


Org Code
17ITS10
17ITS1L
17MME00
17MMG00
17MMG10
17MMO00
17MMO10
17MMO94
17MMS00
17MMS10
17OFX00
17NIC20
17NIC21
17NIC23
17NIC24
17NIC25
17NIC26
17NIC27
17NIC29
17NIC2H
188IC10
188IC11
188IC12
188IC13
188IC14
188IC15
188IC16
188IC17
188IC18
188IC1D
188IC1E
188IC1V
188IC1X
188IC20
188IC21
188IC23
188IC24
188IC25
188IC30
188IC3B
188IC3F
188IC3W
188IC40
188IC50
188IC52

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
IT TECH SUPPORT MAYFIELD
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT LIBRARY
MAINT-MAYF EQUIPMENT
MAINT-MAYF GROUNDS
MAINT-MAYF GROUNDS REG
MAINT -MAYF BUILDING SRV
MAINT -MAYF BLDG SRC REG
MAINT-MAYF BUILDING USE
MAINT-MAYF SECURITY SRV
MAINT-MAYF SECURITY REG
MAINT-MAYF BLDG IMPROV
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT MAYFIELD
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ID MAYFLD
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ED MAYFLD
SPED LD CLASS INSTRUCT MAYFLD
SPECIAL ED CLASS INSTR -MAYFLD
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT HI MAYF
TEACHER - SPEECH
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT AUT MAYFLD
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT OHI MAYFLD
METZ CLASS INSTR REGULAR
METZ CLASS INSTR -ART
METZ CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
METZ CLASS INSTR -MATH
METZ CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
METZ CLASS INSTR -SOC STUD
METZ CLASS INSTR -PHYS ED
METZ CL INSTR-WORLD LANG
METZ CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
METZ CLASS INSTR -ISD
METZ CLASS INSTR -ESOL
METZ CLASS INSTRUCTION -AVID
CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION -STEM
METZ CL INSTR -SPECIAL ED
METZ CLASS INSTR -SPED ID
METZ CLASS INSTR -SPED ED
METZ CLASS INSTR -SPED LD
METZ CLASS INSTR -SPED MD
METZ CLASS INSTR -CTE
METZ CL INSTR-CTE BUSINESS
METZ CLASS INSTR -FACS
METZ CL INSTR -WOOD TECH
METZ CLASS INSTR -GIFTED
METZ CLASS INSTR -OTHER
METZ CL INSTR -ATHLETICS

Location
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

62

Department
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

Function
68200
68200
64400
64300
64300
64200
64200
64200
64600
64600
66600
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100

Program
100
120
000
000
100
000
100
940
000
100
000
200
210
230
240
250
251
253
259
245
100
101
102
103
114
109
106
111
110
115
123
152
151
200
210
230
240
250
300
360
340
371
400
500
520

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FY 2016-2017 Budget Manual


Org Code
188IG1V
188II10
188II1V
188IM10
188IP10
188IP50
188IP52
188TI10
188TI12
188TI14
188TI15
188TI1L
188TI1T
188TI20
188TI23
188TI30
188TI3B
188TS10
188TS1L
188TS1P
188TS1T
18CIC10
18CII10
18CMO10
18DHH00
18GIC10
18ITA00
18ITI10
18ITI14
18ITI1N
18ITS00
18ITS10
18ITS1L
18ITS1P
18MME00
18MMG00
18MMO00
18MMO10
18MMO94
18MMS00
18NIC20
18NIC21
18NIC23
18NIC24
18NIC29

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
METZ GUIDANCE - AVID
METZ INSTR SUPPRT - REG PRG
METZ IMPROV INSTRUCT-AVID
METZ INSTR MEDIA SERVICES
METZ PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
METZ PRINC OFFICE-ACTIV
METZ PRINC OFF-ATHLETICS
METZ TECH INSTR -REGLR PRG
METZ TECH INSTR -ENGLISH
METZ TECH INSTR -SCIENCE
METZ TECH INSTR -SOC STUD
METZ TECHINSTR-LIBRARY
METZ TECHINSTR-COMP LAB
METZ TECH INSTR SPECIAL ED
METZ TECH INSTR -SPED ED
METZ TECH INSTR - CTE
METZ TECH INSTR -BUSINESS
METZ TECH SUPPORT
METZ TECH SUPPORT-LIBRARY
METZ TECH SUPPRT-PRINC OFFIC
METZ TECH SUPPRT-COMP LAB
CURR CLASS INSTRUCT METZ
IMPROV INSTR METZ REG CLSSRM
CURR-BLDG SERVICES
HEALTH SERVICES - METZ
METZ GIFTED CLASSRM INSTRUCT
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN METZ
METZ TECHN CLASSROOM INSTR
METZ IT CLSSRM SCIENCE
TECHNOL CLASS INSTR-NONTRAD
METZ SALARIES OTHER TECH
IT TECH SUPPORT METZ
TECH SUPPORT LIBRARY METZ
TECH INSTRUC SUPP-PRINC METZ
METZ MAINT- EQUIP SRV REG
METZ MAINT -GROUNDS
METZ MAINT-BUILDING SRV
METZ MAINT -BLDG SVC REG
METZ MAINT -BUILDING USE
METZ MAINT-SECURITY SRV
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT METZ
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ID METZ
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ED METZ
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT SLD METZ
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT AUT METZ

Location
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

63

Department
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
C
C
C
D
G
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
M
N
N
N
N
N

Function
61210
61310
61310
61320
61410
61410
61410
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
61100
61310
64200
62220
61100
68300
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
64400
64300
64200
64200
64200
64600
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100

Program
152
100
152
100
100
500
520
100
102
114
109
120
117
200
230
300
360
100
120
125
117
100
100
100
000
100
000
100
114
126
000
100
120
125
000
000
000
100
940
000
200
210
230
240
259

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Org Code
18NIC2S
18OFX00
199IC10
199IC11
199IC12
199IC13
199IC14
199IC15
199IC16
199IC17
199IC18
199IC19
199IC1A
199IC1D
199IC1E
199IC1F
199IC1J
199IC1N
199IC1V
199IC20
199IC21
199IC22
199IC23
199IC24
199IC25
199IC27
199IC29
199IC30
199IC3A
199IC3B
199IC3C
199IC3D
199IC3E
199IC3F
199IC3G
199IC3J
199IC3P
199IC3R
199IC3S
199IC3W
199IC40
199IC50
199IC52
199IG10
199IG1V

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
SPED CLASS INSTR LANG THERAP
BLDG IMPROV METZ
OHS CLASS INSTR REGULAR
OHS CLASS INSTR -ART
OHS CLASS INSTR -ENGLISH
OHS CLASS INSTR -MATH
OHS CLASS INSTR -SCIENCE
OHS CLASS INSTR -SOC STUD
OHS CLASS INSTR -PHYS ED
OHS CL INSTR -WORLD LANG
OHS CLASS INSTR -MUSIC
OHS CLASS INSTR -REG CLASS
OHS CLASS INSTR-ADV COURSE
OHS IN-SCHOOL DETENTION
OHS CLASS INSTR -ESOL
OHS CLASS INSTR -AT RISK
OHS ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION
OHS CLASS INSTR -NON TRADITION
OHS CLASS INSTRUCTION - AVID
OHS CLASS INSTR -SPED
OHS CLASS INSTR -SPED ID
OHS CLASSRM INSTR SPED TBI
OHS CLASS INSTR -SPED ED
OHS CLASS INSTR -SPED LD
OHS CLASS INSTR -SPED MD
OHS CL INSTR-SPED SPCH IMP
OHS CL INSTR -SPED AUTISM
OHS CLASS INSTR - CTE
OHS CL INSTR-AUTO BODY
OHS CL INSTR - BUSINESS
OHS CL INSTR-COSMETOLOGY
OHS CL INSTR -DRAFTING
OHS CL INSTR-ELECTRONICS
OHS CL INSTR -FACS
OHS CL INSTR -GRAPHICS
OHS CL INSTR -CRIMINAL JUSTICE
OHS CL INSTR -PHARMACY TECH
OHS CL INSTR -AUTO MECH
OHS CL INSTR -SPORTS MEDICINE
OHS CL INSTR -WOOD TECH
OHS CLASS INSTR -GIFTED
OHS CLASS INSTR -OTHER
OHS CLASS INSTR -ATHLETICS
OHS GUIDANCE OFFICE
OHS GUID - AVID

Location
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

64

Department
N
O
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

Function
61100
66600
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61210
61210

Program
258
000
100
101
102
103
114
109
106
111
110
112
150
115
123
185
122
126
152
200
210
260
230
240
250
253
259
300
381
360
383
372
384
340
373
385
350
382
355
371
400
500
520
118
152

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Org Code
199II12
199II1E
199II1J
199II1N
199II1V
199II20
199II24
199II3B
199II3R
199II3W
199II40
199II50
199II52
199IM10
199IP10
199IP20
199IP50
199IP52
199MO1N
199MS52
199TI10
199TI11
199TI12
199TI13
199TI14
199TI15
199TI16
199TI17
199TI18
199TI1A
199TI1D
199TI1E
199TI1L
199TI1N
199TI1T
199TI20
199TI21
199TI23
199TI24
199TI25
199TI29
199TI30
199TI3A
199TI3B
199TI3D

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
OHS INSTR IMPROV-ENGLISH
OHS INSTR SUPPRT - ESOL
OHS INSTR SUPPORT ALTED
OHS INSTR SUPPRT - NON TRADITI
OHS IMPROV INSTRUCT - AVID
OHS INSTR SUPPRT-SPECIAL ED
OHS INSTR SUPPRT - SPED LD
OHS INSTR SUPP -BUSINESS
OHS INSTR SUPP-AUTO MECH
OHS INSTR SUPP-WOOD TECH
OHS INSTR SUPPRT - GIFTED
OHS INSTR SUPPRT - OTHER
OHS INSTR SUPPRT-ATHLETICS
OHS INSTR SUPPRT- MEDIA SRV
OHS PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
OHS PRINC OFFICE - SPECIAL ED
OHS PRINC OFFICE - OTHER
OHS PRINC OFF - ATHLETICS
OHS BLDG SERVICE NON TRADITION
OHS SECURITY - ATHLETICS
OHS TECH INSTR REGLR PRG
OHS TECH INSTR - ART
OHS TECH INSTR - ENGLISH
OHS TECH INSTR - MATH
OHS TECH INSTR - SCIENCE
OHS TECH INSTR - SOC STUD
OHS TECH INSTR - PHYS ED
OHS TECH INSTR-WORLD LANG
OHS TECH INSTR - MUSIC
OHS TECH INSTR-ADV COURSE
OHS TECH INSTR - ISD
OHS TECH INSTR - ESOL
OHS TECH INSTR - LIBRARY
OHS TECH INSTR - NON TRADITION
OHS TECH INSTR-COMP SCIENC
OHS TECH INSTR - SPECIAL ED
OHS TECH INSTR - SPED ID
OHS TECH INSTR - SPED ED
OHS TECH INSTR - SPED LD
OHS TECH INSTR - SPED MD
OHS TECH INSTR-SPED AUTISM
OHS TECH INSTR - CTE
OHS TECH INSTR -AUTO BODY
OHS TECH INSTR - BUSINESS
OHS TECH INSTR - DRAFTING

Location
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

65

Department
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

Function
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61320
61410
61410
61410
61410
64200
64600
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100

Program
102
123
122
126
152
200
240
360
382
371
400
500
520
100
100
200
500
520
126
520
100
101
102
103
114
109
106
111
110
150
115
123
120
126
117
200
210
230
240
250
259
300
381
360
372

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Org Code
199TI3G
199TI3R
199TS10
199TS1G
199TS1L
199TS1N
199TS1P
199TS1T
199TS30
199TS3G
199TS50
199TS52
19CIC10
19CIC1A
19CIC30
19CIC3B
19CIC3C
19CIC3D
19CIC3F
19CIC3R
19CII10
19CII30
19CTI30
19CTI3A
19CTI3B
19CTI3D
19CTI3E
19CTI3F
19DHH00
19ITA00
19ITI00
19ITI10
19ITI1N
19ITI1T
19ITS00
19ITS10
19ITS1L
19MME00
19MME20
19MMG00
19MMO00
19MMO52
19MMO94
19MMS00
19MMS52

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Description
OHS TECH INSTR - GRAPHICS
OHS TECH INSTR-AUTO MECH
OHS TECH SUPPRT-REGLR PRG
OHS TECH SUPPRT-GUIDANCE
OHS TECH SUPPRT - LIBRARY
OHS TECH SUPPRT-NON TRADITIONA
OHS TECH SUPPRT-PRINC OFF
OHS TECHSUPP-COMP SCIENCE
OHS TECH SUPPRT-CTE
OHS TECH SUPPRT -GRAPHICS
OHS TECH SUPPT - ACTIV
OHS TECH SUPPRT-ATHLETICS
CURR OHS REGULAR PROGRAM
CURR OHS ADV COURSE
CURR OHS CAREER & TECH ED
CURR OHS BUSINESS
CURR OHS COSMETOLOGY
CURR OHS DRAFTING
CURR OHS FAMILY & CONSUMER SCI
OHS CL INSTR-AUTO MECHANICS
CURR OHS IMPROV INSTRUCTION
CURR IMPROV INSTR - CTE OHS
CURR OHS TECHNOLOGY CTE
CURR OHS AUTO MECH
CURR OHS TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS
CURR OHS TECHNOLOGY DRAFTING
CURR OHS TECHNOLOGY ELECTRONIC
CURR OHS TECHNOLOGY FACS
HEALTH SERVICES - OHS
TECHNOLOGY ADMIN OHS
TECH CLASSRM INSTRUCT OHS
TECH INSTRUCTIONAL -OHS
TECHN CLASS INSTR-OHS NONTRAD
SALARIES OHS COMPUTER LAB
OHS SALARIES OTHER TECH
IT TECH SUPPORT OHS
TECH SUPPORT LIBRARY OHS
MAINT-OHS EQUIP SRV REG
MAINT-OHSEQUIP SRV- SPED
MAINT-OHS GROUNDS
MAINT-OHS BUILDING SRV
MAINT-OHS BLDG SRV ATHLET
MAINT-OHS BUILDING USE
MAINT-OHS SECURITY SRV
MAINT OHS SECURITY

66

Location
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

Department
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M

Function
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
68200
68200
68200
68200
68200
68200
68200
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
68100
62220
68300
68100
68100
68100
68100
68200
68200
68200
64400
64400
64300
64200
64200
64200
64600
64600

Program
373
382
100
118
120
126
125
117
300
373
500
520
100
150
300
360
383
372
340
382
100
300
300
381
360
372
384
340
000
000
000
100
126
117
000
100
120
000
200
000
000
520
940
000
520

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Org Code
19NIC20
19NIC21
19NIC23
19NIC24
19NIC26
19NIC27
19NIC28
19NIC29
19NIC2H
19NIC2R
19NII20
19NIP20
R0NAF20
R0NHP20
R0NHP23
R0NHP24
R0NHP25
R0NHP29
R0NIC20
R0NIC23
R0NIC25
R0NIC26
R0NIC27
R0NIC28
R0NIC29
R0NIC2O
R0NIC2T
R0NII20
R0NII23
R0NII24
R0NII25
R0NII26
R0NII29
R0NIS20
R0NIS23
R0NIS29
R0NMO00
R0NTI20
R0NTI25
R0NTI29
R1NIC20
R1NIC23
R1NIC25
R1NIC29
R2NIC22

Fund
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

Description
SPED CLASS INSTRUC OHS
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ID OHS
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ED OHS
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT SLD OHS
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT HI OHS
TEACHER - SALARY
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT VI OHS
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT AUTISM OHS
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT OHI OHS
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT OI OHS
SPECIAL ED IMPRV INSTR OHS
OHS IP SPED
REG SPED - FINANCE DEPT
REG SPED - PSYCHOLOGIST
REG SPED - PSYCH ED
REG SPED - PSYCH LD
REG SPED - PSYCH MD
REG SPED - PSYCH AUTISM
REG SPED -CLASS INSTR
REG SPED -CLASS INSTR ED
REG SPED -CLASS INSTR MD
REG SPED -CLASS INSTR HI
REG SPED -CLASS INSTR SPCH
REG SPED -CLASS INSTR VI
REG SPED -CL INSTR AUTSM
SPED REGNL OCCUP THERAPY
SPED REGIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPY
REG SPED -INSTR SUPPORT
REG SPED -INSTR SUPPRT ED
REG SPED -INSTR SUPPRT LD
REG SPED -INSTR SUPPRT MD
REG SPED -INSTR SUPPRT HI
REG SPED-INSTR SUPP AUTISM
REG SPED -SOCIAL WORKER
REG SPED -SOC WORK ED
REG SPED-SOC WORK AUTISM
REG SPED-BLDG SERVICES
REG SPED -TECH INSTR
REG SPED -TECH INSTR MD
REG SPED-TECH INSTR AUTISM
REG SPED -BALD CLASS INSTR
REG SPED -BALD CL INSTR ED
REG SPED -BALD CL - MD
REG SPED -BALD INSTR AUTSM
REG SPED -DEAN CL INSTR TBI

Location
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
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
0
0
1
1
1
1
2

67

Department
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

Function
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61410
62160
62230
62230
62230
62230
62230
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61310
61220
61220
61220
64200
68100
68100
68100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100

Program
200
210
230
240
251
253
254
259
245
220
200
200
200
200
230
240
250
259
200
230
250
251
253
254
259
256
257
200
230
240
250
251
259
200
230
259
000
200
250
259
200
230
250
259
260

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Org Code
R2NIC25
R2NIC29
R3NIC22
R3NIC23
R3NIC24
R3NIC29
R4NIC21
R4NIC23
R4NIC24
R4NIC25
R4NIC29
R5NIC23
R5NIC24
R5NIC25
R5NIC29
R7NIC23
R7NIC24
R7NIC25
R7NIC29
18NIC27
R8NIC20
R8NIC21
R8NIC23
R8NIC24
R8NIC25
R8NIC29
R9NIC20
R9NIC22
R9NIC23
R9NIC24
R9NIC25
R9NIC29
R9NIP20
20CCI10
20CHA00
20CHH00
20CIC10
20CIC12
20CIC13
20CIC1E
20CII10
20CII12
20CIP10
20CMO10
20CTI10

Fund
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

Description
REG SPED -DEAN CL INSTR MD
REG SPED-DEAN CL INSTR AUTISM
REG SPED -HAYD CL INSTR TBI
REG SPED -HAYD CL INSTR ED
REG SPED -HAYD CL INSTR LD
REG SPED-HAYD CL INSTR AUTISM
REG SPED -ROUN CL INSTR ID
REG SPED -ROUN CL INSTR ED
REG SPED -ROUN CL INSTR LD
REG SPED -ROUN CL INSTR MD
REG SPED-ROUN CL INSTR AUTISM
REG SPED -WEEM CL INSTR ED
RGNL SPED CLASS INSTR SLD WEEM
REG SPED -WEEM CL INSTR MD
REG SPED-WEEM CL INSTR AUTISM
REG SPED -MAYF CL INSTR ED
REG SPED -MAYF CL INSTR LD
SPECIAL ED REG CL INSTR
REG SPED-MAYF CL INSTR AUTISM
TEACHER - SALARY
REG SPED -METZ CLASS INSTR
REG SPED -METZ CL INSTR ID
REG SPED -METZ CL INSTR ED
REG SPED -METZ CL INSTR LD
REG SPED -METZ CL INSTR MD
REG SPED-METZ CL INSTR AUTISM
REG SPED -OHS CLASS INSTR
REG SPED -OHS CL INSTR TBI
REG SPED -OHS CL INSTR ED
REG SPED -OHS CL INSTR LD
REG SPED -OHS CLD INSTR MD
REG SPED-OHS CL INSTR AUTISM
SPED REGIONAL AP ADMIN
CURR INSTRUCTION RESERVE
CURR ATTEND/HEALTH
CURR HEALTH SERV
ACCTBIL CLASS INSTR REG
ACCTBIL CLASS INSTR-ENGLISH
ACCTBIL CLASS INSTR - MATH
ACCTBIL CLASS INSTR - ESOL
CURR IMPROV INSTRUCT
ACCTBIL INSTR SUPP -ENGLISH
ACCTBIL PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
ACCTBIL BLDG SERV
ACCTBIL TECH INSTR REG PRG

Location
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

68

Department
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

Function
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61410
69100
62210
62220
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61410
64200
68100

Program
250
259
260
230
240
259
210
230
240
250
259
230
240
250
259
230
240
250
259
253
200
210
230
240
250
259
200
260
230
240
250
259
200
100
000
000
100
102
103
123
100
102
100
100
100

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Org Code
20EAI00
20EAI10
20EIC10
20EIC63
20EIG10
20EII10
20ETI10
20III10
20ITI10
20ITS10
20NIC16
20NIC20
20NIC21
20NIC23
20NIC24
20NIC25
20NIC27
20NIC29
20NIC2P
20NIC62
20NII20
20NTA20
20NTI20
20NTS20
20NVE20
20PIC10
20PIC12
20PIC1C
20PIC40
20PII10
20PII1E
20PTS10
20TVA00
20TVO00
211IC24
211II12
211II13
21CIC10
21CIC12
21CIC13
21CTI10
21NIC24
21NIC2H
21PIC10
222IC24

Fund
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

Description
ESOL-INFORMATION SERVICES
ESOL-INFORMATION SRV CL
ESOL-CLASSRM INSTRUCTION
ESOL-CL INSTR-SUMMER SCH
GRANT TITLE III LEP GUID SRV
ESOL - INSTR SUPPORT
ESOL-TECH INSTR CLASSROOM
TECH IMPROV INSTR -REG PRG
TECH CLASSRM INSTR REGPRG
TECH SUPPORT-REG PROGRAM
SPEC ED CLASS INSTR-PHYS ED
SPECIAL ED CLASS INSTR
SPECIAL ED CLASS INSTR - ID
SPECIAL ED CLASS INSTR - ED
SPECIAL ED CLASS INSTR - LD
SPECIAL ED CLASS INSTR - MD
SPECIAL ED CL INSTR-SPCH IMP
SPECIAL ED CL INSTR -AUTISM
SPECIAL ED CL INSTR -DD PRE
SPECIAL ED CL INSTR SUMMER
SPECIAL ED INSTR SUPPORT
SPECIAL ED TECHNOLOGY ADM
SPECIAL ED TECH INSTR
SPECIAL ED TECH SUPPORT
SPECIAL ED BUSES
PROF LEARN-CLASS INSTR
PROF LEARN-INSTR ENGLISH
PROF LEARN-INSTR REGPRG
PROF LEARN-INSTR GIFTED
PROF LEARN-INSTR SUP CLSRM
PROF LEARN-INSTR SUP ESOL
PROF LEARN-TECH SUPPRT
TRANS ADMIN MGMT
TITLE I TRANSPORTATION
BALDWIN CL INSTR SPED LD
BALDWIN INSTR IMPROV READING
BALDWIN INSTR IMPROV MATH
GRANT - CLASS INSTRUCTION BALD
CLASS INSTR - READING BALD
CLASS INSTR - MATH BALD
BALD TECH CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIO
GRANT-CLSRM INSTRUCT SPED LD
TITLE VIB CLASS INSTRUCT OHI
TITLE II CLASS INSTR-BALDWIN
DEAN CL INSTRUCTION - SLD

Location
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

69

Department
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
I
I
I
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
T
T
1
1
1
C
C
C
C
N
N
P
2

Function
62130
62130
61100
61100
61210
61310
68100
61310
68100
68200
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
68300
68100
68200
63500
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
68200
63100
63200
61100
61310
61310
61100
61100
61100
68100
61100
61100
61100
61100

Program
000
100
100
630
100
123
123
100
100
100
106
200
210
230
240
250
253
259
201
620
200
200
200
200
200
100
102
130
400
100
123
100
000
000
240
102
103
100
102
103
100
240
245
100
240

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Org Code
222II12
222II13
22CIC10
22CIC12
22CIC13
22NIC21
22NIC2P
22PIC10
233IC27
233II12
233II13
23CIC10
23CIC12
23CIC13
23NIC24
23PIC10
23PIC12
244IC24
244II12
244II13
24CIC10
24CIC12
24CIC13
24NIC2H
24PIC13
255II12
255II13
25CIC10
25CIC12
25CIC13
25NIC23
25NIC25
25NIC29
277IC24
27NIC21
27NIC24
27NIC2H
28NIC2H
299IC24
299IC30
299II30
299TI30
29CMO30
29CTS30
29CIC10

Fund
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

Description
FED GRANT DEAN
FED GRANT DEAN
GRANT - CLASS INSTRUCTION DEAN
CLASS INSTR - READING - DEAN
CLASS INSTR - MATH - DEAN
GRANT SPED CLASS INSTR-ID DEAN
SPECIAL ED CI PRESCH DD
TITLE II CLASS INSTR - DEAN
HAYD CL INSTRUCTION SPEECH
HAYD INSTRUCT IMPROV READING
HAYD INSTR IMPROV MATH
GRANT - CLASS INSTRUCTION HAYD
CLASS INSTR - READING - HAYDON
CLASS INSTR - MATH - HAYDON
CL INSTRUCT SPED LD HAYD
TITLE II CLASS INSTR - HAYD
TITLE II CLASS INSTR READ-HAYD
ROUND CL INSTR SPED LD
ROUND INSTR IMPROV READING
ROUND INSTR IMPROV MATH
GRANT CLASS INSTRUCTION ROUND
CLASS INSTR - READING - ROUND
CLASS INSTR - MATH - ROUND
TITLE VIB CLASS INSTRUCT OHI
TITLE II CLAS INSTR MATH-ROUND
WEEMS INSTR IMPROV READING
WEEMS INSTR IMPROV MATH
GRANT CLASS INSTRUCTION WEEMS
CLASS INSTR - READING - WEEMS
CLASS INSTR - MATH - WEEMS
CL INSTRUCT SPED WEEMS
CL INSTRUCT SPED MD WEEMS
CL INSTRUCT SPED AUT WEEMS
MAYFLD CL INSTR SPED LD
SPED CLASS INSTRUCT ID MAY
CL INSTRUCTION SPED LD MAYF
TITLE VIB CLASS INSTRUCT OHI
TITLE VIB CLASS INSTRUCT OHI
OHS CL INSTR SPED PD
OHS CL INSTR CTE
OHS INSTR IMPROV CTE
OHS TECH CL INSTR CTE
OHS MAINT - BLDG SERV CTE
OHS TECH SUPPRT INSTR CTE
OHS CLASS INSTR REG PROG

Location
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
7
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

70

Department
2
2
C
C
C
N
N
P
3
3
3
C
C
C
N
P
P
4
4
4
C
C
C
N
P
5
5
C
C
C
N
N
N
7
N
N
N
N
9
9
9
9
9
9
C

Function
61310
61310
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
68100
64200
68200
61100

Program
102
103
100
102
103
210
201
100
253
102
103
100
102
103
240
100
102
240
102
103
100
102
103
245
103
102
103
100
102
103
230
250
259
240
210
240
245
245
240
300
300
300
300
300
100

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Org Code
29CII30
29CTI30
29NIC20
29NIC24
29NIC2H
A0CIC12
A0CII10
A0CII12
A0CIC10
A0ITS10
A0JIC10
A0JIC12
A0JIC13
A0JIC14
A0JIC15
A0JIC1C
A0JIC20
A0JIC21
A0JIC24
A0JIM10
A0JIP10
A0NIC20
A0NIC21
A0NIC24
A0NTI20
A0TVO00
A1JIC1K
A2JIC1K
A2NIC2P
A3JIC1K
A4JIC1K
A5JIC1K
A7JIC11
A7JIC12
A7JIC13
A7JIC16
A7JIC17
A7JIC18
30IMO00
30ITA00
30ITF00
30OFA00
30OFC00
30OFX00
30OMO00

Fund
20
20
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

Description
OHS INSTR SUPPRT CTE
OHS TECH INSTR CTE
IDEA SWD PRG IMPROV SUBGRANT
CL INSTRUCT SPED LD OHS
TITLE VIB CLASS INSTRUCT OHI
ACCTBIL CL INSTR ENGLISH
ACCTBIL CL INSTR SUPPORT
ACCTBIL INSTR SUPP REG PRG
ACCTBIL CL INSTR REG PRG
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT - CLASSROOM
CLASSROOM INSTR REG PRG
CLASSROOM INSTR ENGLISH
CLASSROOM INSTR MATH
CLASSROOM INSTR SCIENCE
CLASSROOM INSTR SOCIAL STUDIES
CLASSROOM INSTR REG CLASS
CLASSROOM INSTR SPED
CLASSROOM INSTR SPED ID
CLASSROOM INSTR SPED LD
MEDIA SERVICES
PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
SPECIAL ED CL INSTR SPED
SPECIAL ED CL INSTR ID
SPECIAL ED CL INSTR LD
SPECIAL ED TECH INSTR
TRANS VEHICLE OPERATIONS
CL INSTR-KINDERGRTN BALD
CL INSTR-KINDERGRTN DEAN
CL INSTR-PRESCHOOL DD
CL INSTR-KINDERGRTN HAYD
CL INSTR-KINDERGRTN ROUN
CL INSTR-KINDERGRTN WEEM
CLASS INSTR - ART MAYF
CLASS INSTR - ENGLISH MAYF
CLASS INSTR - MATH MAYF
CLASS INSTR - PHYS ED MAYF
CL INSTR-WORLD LANG MAYF
CLASS INSTR - MUSIC MAYF
CIP TECHNOLOGY OPER
CIP TECHNOLOGY ADMIN
CIP PAY GO TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES
CIP SITE ACQUISITIONS
CIP BUILDING ACQUISTIONS & CON
CIP BUILDING IMPROV
CIP BUILDING SERVICES

71

Location
9
9
9
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
2
3
4
5
7
7
7
7
7
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Department
C
C
N
N
N
A
A
A
C
I
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
N
N
N
N
T
J
J
N
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
I
I
I
O
O
O
O

Function
61310
68100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61310
61310
61100
68200
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61320
61410
61100
61100
61100
68100
63200
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
61100
64200
68300
68800
66100
66500
66600
64200

Program
300
300
200
240
245
102
100
102
100
100
100
102
103
114
109
130
200
210
240
100
125
200
210
240
200
000
119
119
201
119
119
119
101
102
103
106
111
110
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

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Org Code
31OFI00
31OFX00
31OMO00
32OFX00
32OMO00
32OMS00
33OFX00
34OFX00
34OMS00
35OFX00
35OMO00
35OMS00
37OFX00
38OFI00
38OFX00
38OMO00
39ITM00
39OFD00
39OFI00
39OFX00
39OMG00
39OMO00
39OMS00
B0ITF00
B1OFC00
B3OFX00
B4OFI00
B4OFX00
B5OFX00
B8OFI00
B9OFI00
B9OFX00
V0IMO00
V0ITA00
V0ITF00
V0OFA00
V0OFC00
V0OFX00
V0OMO00
V0TVO00
V1OFC00
V1OFX00
V2OFX00
V3OFX00
V3OMS00

Fund
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

Description
BALDWIN SITE IMPROVEMENTS
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV
CIP BUILDING SERVICES
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV DEAN
CIP DEAN BUILDING SERVICES
CIP SECURITY DEAN
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV HAYD
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV ROUN
CIP ROUND SECURITY SYSTEM
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV WEEM
CIP BUILDING SRV WEEMS
CIP SECURITY WEEMS
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV MAYF
CIP SITE IMPROV METZ
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV METZ
CIP BUILDING SERVICES
CIP TECHNOLOGY BLDG SRV
CIP SITE IMPROV ARCH/ENGR
CIP SITE IMPROV OHS
CIP BUILDING IMRPOV OHS
CIP GROUNDS OHS
CIP BUILDING SERVICES OHS
CIP SECURITY OHS
BOND CIP TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES
BOND BALDWIN BUILDING CONSTRUC
BOND - FACILITIES HAYDON
BOND ROUND SITE IMPROVEMENTS
BOND ROUND BUILDING IMPROV
BOND - FACILITIES WEEMS
BOND METZ SITE IMPROVEMENTS
BOND OHS SITE IMPROVEMENTS
BOND JLC 2ND FLOOR
CIP TECHNOLOGY OPER
CIP TECHNOLOGY ADMIN
CIP TECHNOLOGY DIVISIONWIDE
CIP SITE ACQUISITIONS
CIP BUILDING ACQUIS & CONSTRUC
CIP BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS
CIP BUILDING SERVICES
CIP TRANSP VEHICLE OPERATIONS
CIP BLDG ACQ/CONSTRUCTION BALD
CIP BUILDING IMPROV BALDWIN
CIP BUILDING IMPROV DEAN
CIP BUILDING IMPROV HAYDON
CIP SECURITY HAYDON

72

Location
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
4
4
5
5
5
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
0
1
3
4
4
5
8
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
3
3

Department
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
I
I
O
O
O
O
T
O
O
O
O
O

Function
66200
66600
64200
66600
64200
64600
66600
66600
64600
66600
64200
64600
66600
66200
66600
64200
68600
66300
66200
66600
64300
64200
64600
68800
66500
66600
66200
66600
66600
66200
66200
66600
64200
68300
68800
66100
66500
66600
64200
63200
66500
66600
66600
66600
64600

Program
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

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FY 2016-2017 Budget Manual


Org Code
V5OFI00
V5OFX00
V5OMO00
V7OFX00
V8OFI00
V8OFX00
V8OMO00
V9OFI00
V9OFX00
V9OMO00
W0ITF00
W0OFX00
W0TVO00
W3OFX00
W4OMO00
W8OMS00
W9OFI00
W9OFI52
40JDS00
50FCF00
50FMO00
50FOF00
50FOF60
50FOF63
50FTO00
51FOF00
51FTO00
52FOF00
52FTO00
53FOF00
53FTO00
54FOF00
54FTO00
55FOF00
55FTO00
57FOF00
57FTO00
58FOF00
58FTO00
59FOF00
59FTO00

Fund
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
40
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50

Description
CIP SITE IMPROVEMENTS WEEMS
CIP BUILDING IMPROV WEEMS
CIP BUILDING SERVICES WEEMS
CIP BUILDING IMPROV MAYFIELD
CIP SITE IMPROVEMENTS METZ
CIP BUILDING IMPROV METZ
CIP BUILDING SERVICES METZ
CIP SITE IMPROVEMENTS OHS
CIP BUILDING IMPROV OHS
CIP BUILDING SERVICES OHS
CIP TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE
CIP BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS
CIP TRANSP VEHICLE OPERATIONS
CIP HAYDON BUILDING IMPROVEMEN
CIP ROUND BUILDING SERVICES
CIP FY16 METZ SECURITY
CIP OHS SITE IMPROVEMENTS
CIP OHS SITE IMPROV - ATHLETIC
DEBT SERVICE
SCHOOL FOOD CONTINGENCY
SCH FOOD BUILDING SRV
SCH FOOD
SCH FOOD SUMMER SCHOOL
SCH FOOD ELEM SUMMER SCH
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOGY
SCH FOOD - BALDWIN
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOG-BALD
SCH FOOD - DEAN
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOG-DEAN
SCH FOOD - HAYDON
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOG-HAYD
SCH FOOD - ROUND
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOG-ROUN
SCH FOOD - WEEMS
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOG-WEEMS
SCH FOOD - MAYFIELD
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOG-MAYF
SCH FOOD - METZ
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOGY-METZ
SCH FOOD - OHS
SCH FOOD TECHNOLOGY-OHS

73

Location
5
5
5
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
0
0
0
3
4
8
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
7
7
8
8
9
9

Department
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
O
T
O
O
O
O
O
J
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F

Function
66200
66600
64200
66600
66200
66600
64200
66200
66600
64200
68800
66600
63200
66600
64200
64600
66200
66200
67100
69700
64200
65100
65100
65100
68700
65100
68700
65100
68700
65100
68700
65100
68700
65100
68700
65100
68700
65100
68700
65100
68700

Program
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
520
000
000
000
000
600
630
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

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