Education Protection Account

Program by Resource Report

Expenditures by Function - Detail
Budgeted Expenditures through: June 30, 2023
For Fund 62, Resource 1400 Education Protection Account

Description

Amount

Object Codes

AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR THIS FISCAL YEAR

Adjusted Beginning Fund Balance

$0

9791-9795

Revenue Limit Sources

2,368,933

8010-8099

Federal Revenue

0

8100-8299

Other State Revenue

0

8300-8599

Other Local Revenue

0

8600-8799

All Other Financing Sources and Contributions

0

8900-8999

Deferred Revenue

0

9650

TOTAL AVAILABLE

$2,368,933

EXPENDITURES AND OTHER FINANCING USES

(Objects 1000-7999)

Instruction

Function:

$2,368,933

1000-1999

Instruction-Related Services

Instructional Supervision and Administration

2100-2150

AU of a Multidistrict SELPA

2200

Instructional Library, Media, and Technology

2420

Other Instructional Resources

2490-2495

School Administration

2700

Pupil Services

Guidance and Counseling Services

3110

Psychological Services

3120

Attendance and Social Work Services

3130

Health Services

3140

Speech Pathology and Audiology Services

3150

Pupil Testing Services

3160

Pupil Transportation

3600

Food Services

3700


Other Pupil Services

3900

Ancillary Services

4000-4999

Community Services

5000-5999

Enterprise

6000-6999

General Administration

7000-7999

Plant Services

8000-8999

Other Outgo

9000-9999

TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND OTHER FINANCING USES $2,368,933

BALANCE (Total Available minus Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses) $0

About the Education Protection Account (EPA)

Proposition 30 passed in November 2012 and reauthorized in November 2016 raising sales and income taxes through 2018/19 dedicated to support school systems education programs. However, the proposition bars use of funds for administrative costs, but provides local school governing boards discretion to decide, in open meetings and subject to annual audit, how funds are to be spent. EPA funds are deposited into new Resource account #1400, Education Protection Account (EPA).

CORE Butte remains dedicated to supporting students and academic achievement. The State of California and stakeholders, including all taxpayers, will have the opportunity to observe transparency in how each district and school in the state are allocating and spending EPA Funds. The EPA allows CORE Butte to invest, promote, and support student achievement; our primary responsibility.