Our May finance report did not have any of the normal data that we normally include. Thus, we have included the chargeables here with some points for building the revenue budget for FY20. We can assist if you require help projecting out revenue sources and student revenues for FY20. Our chargeable collections will be making their way to you in July, and our June finance report will include discussions about the pay raise, the Board of Equalization meeting and other relevant tax changes that may affect your district.
Here's a short summary of chargeable recommendations with more in-depth discussion to follow:
This is an extension of a post I included in a recent members-only Friday News Brief. However, I feel the topic is worth repeating, as the methods you choose for communicating with your staff, board and the public at large are critical to ensuring all interested parties stay informed of important school and district information.
I know June can be crazy as you close out your year, but I hope you’ve found time here and there to relax and get some rest. We’ve got some great things happening here at the OPSRC, and we’re looking forward to working with you this next school year.
Let your teachers have a voice! Why not?? In the past week I have read two articles that both stated teachers need more autonomy within their classrooms. Frank Bruni quoted Randi Weingarten, American Federation of Teachers president, in an August 12, 2015 Wall Street Journal Op-Ed column.
This past weekend, I was traveling and lost my Kindle, and I am quite sad. Of course, I was in the middle of a good read and will now have to wait to either check the book out from the library or purchase another e-reader.