Financial

District Finances

American Falls School District primary source of funding comes from the state’s general fund. The money, generated from the state sales tax, is allocated to school districts based on a complicated formula that includes the number of students who attend each school each day. Some of the money districts receive from the state is designated for specific purposes such as classroom technology and cannot be spent on other things like teacher salaries or textbooks.

The district also receives money from the federal government. That money is earmarked for specific programs such as child nutrition or providing services to economically and educationally disadvantaged children, children from migrant families and children with special needs. The money has to be used to support those programs and cannot be used for any other purpose.

In addition, school districts can ask patrons to approve levies or bonds to generate money to pay for things like additional staff and programs to enhance instruction, building maintenance and repairs, school buses or technology. Patrons in American Falls School District #381 have long supported a supplemental levy and a plant facilities levy.


Payables



Approved Budget



SUMMARY STATEMENT SCHOOL BUDGET

2020 - 2021

Audits


2019 - 2020

2018 - 2019

2017 -2018

2016 -2017

2015 -2016

2014 -2015

2013 -2014

2012 -2013

2011 -2012

2010 -2011