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Page 40 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
2015-16 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY MAJOR PROGRAM AND FUNCTIONAL CATEGORY  
Salaries 
Benefits 
Services 
Purchased 
Supplies 
Property 
Other 
GRAND
TOTAL 
General Administration
Board Of Education
Community Relations
205,656 
106,079 
236,293 
49,868 
10,000 
607,896 
General Administration
638,028 
247,069 
71,750 
21,250 
3,684 
981,780 
Legal Services
2,003,638 
635,762 
86,768 
155,230 
6,000 
4,675 
2,892,073 
Office Of The Superintendent
743,878 
293,735 
116,076 
55,552 
468 
1,209,709 
Other Executive Administration
153,772 
61,130 
2,000 
13,000 
229,902 
State & Federal Relations
294,847 
505,801 
58,525 
12,600 
871,773 
4,039,818 
1,849,576 
571,412 
307,500 
6,000 
18,827 
6,793,133 
School Administration
School Administration
Office Of The Principal
23,907,363 
9,195,627 
266,837 
151,696 
9,200 
13,475   33,544,198 
Central Services
Central Services
Fiscal Services
2,359,209 
941,673 
2,089,597 
54,569 
4,450 
5,449,498 
Central Services
617,469 
243,224 
30,500 
10,000 
901,193 
Purchasing  Warehse  Distrib
522,054 
208,469 
7,750 
11,250 
1,100 
750,623 
Print Publish Duplication Svc
451,330 
184,081 
310,459 
(263,478)
2,000 
684,392 
Planning  Research  Dev & Eval
921,538 
349,597 
20,139 
22,851 
1,000 
1,000 
1,316,125 
Public Information Services
741,581 
270,969 
86,322 
12,211 
1,700 
1,112,783 
Personnel Services
1,936,442 
747,935 
220,747 
15,454 
8,408 
3,658 
2,932,644 
Administrative Technology
3,367,092 
1,249,955 
2,735,523 
564,131 
10,000 
7,972 
7,934,673 
Other Central Support Services
391,794 
154,267 
423,729 
22,286 
864 
631,200 
1,624,141 
11,308,509 
4,350,170 
5,924,766 
449,274 
22,272 
651,080   22,706,071 
Operations/Maint
Operations/Maint
Operation Of Buildings
14,805,464 
6,387,018 
5,833,817   10,615,674 
118,958   37,760,931 
Maintenance Of Buildings
1,594,331 
611,313 
2,205,644 
Care And Upkeep Of Grounds
392,884 
170,807 
563,692 
Care And Upkeep Of Equipment
719,587 
257,794 
83,591 
187,095 
2,043 
10,250 
1,260,360 
Security
3,068,977 
1,688,629 
911,500 
50,409 
12,500 
5,732,015 
Safety
126,131 
67,835 
69,254 
6,000 
2,300 
271,519 
20,707,374 
9,183,396 
6,898,162   10,859,178 
2,043 
144,008   47,794,160 
Student Transportation
Student Transportation
Vehicle Operation    Trans
7,852,869 
3,354,105 
607,826 
1,910,892 
677,249 
11,750   14,414,691 
Other Student Transp Services
239,431 
239,431 
7,852,869 
3,354,105 
847,257 
1,910,892 
677,249 
11,750   14,654,122 
Fund Transfers
39,971,110 
252,379,147   106,392,976   19,320,700   26,323,253 
937,863 
912,185   446,237,234 
GENERAL FUND
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 41
Expenditure Category Descriptions
Instruction
Expenditures associated with providing direct regular instruction 
to students consisting mostly of salaries and benefits for teachers, 
teacher aides and assistants, as well as other direct instruction 
costs for supplies, textbooks and equipment.  The category also 
includes  costs  for  teacher  substitutes,  ROTC  teachers,  Early 
Separation Incentive Program (ESIP) costs and sick leave payout. 
Special Programs
Expenditures  associated  with  activities  for  elementary  and 
secondary  students  receiving  special  services  for  gifted  and 
talented instruction and related support services.
Vocational Programs
Expenditures  associated  with  providing  learning  experiences 
to  individuals  to  develop  the  necessary  knowledge,  skills,  and 
attitudes needed for employment in an occupational area.
Other Instructional Programs
Expenditures for  the  cost of  operating  the  District’s  English  as 
 Second  Language  (ESL)  program  and  the  summer  school 
program.
Co/Extra-Curricular Programs
Expenditures  for  activities  typically  taking  place  outside  the 
traditional classroom.  Included are costs for athletics; including 
coaches, officials, dues, administration and transportation; band, 
choir and other extra-curricular activities.
Student Support Services
Expenditures to assess and improve the well-being of students 
and to  supplement  the  teaching process, including counselors, 
psychologists,  nurses  &  clinical  aides, attendance,  and  related 
supplies and equipment.
Instruction Support Services
Expenditures  associated  with  assisting  the  instructional  staff 
with the content and process  of providing learning experiences 
for students including costs for  curriculum support,  instructional 
coaches, librarians, library assistants, student assessment, staff 
training and related supplies and equipment.
General Administration
Expenditures concerned with establishing and administering policy 
for operating  the  district  including  costs for  the  superintendent, 
assistant  superintendents,  Board  of  Trustees,  legal  counsel, 
community/state/federal  relations  and  related  supplies  and 
equipment.
School Administration
Expenditures  for  the  overall  administrative  responsibility  for 
 school  including  salaries  and  benefits  for  school  principals, 
assistant  principals,  school  secretaries,  clerks,  registrars, 
bookkeepers and related supplies and equipment for the school 
offices.
Central Services
Expenditures that  support other  administrative and  instructional 
functions  including  fiscal  services,  human  resources,  planning 
and administrative  information technology.   Other costs  include 
purchasing, warehouse, printing, risk management, grant services, 
public information services, internal audit, mail services, research 
and  evaluation,  liability  insurance,  software  licenses,  and  the 
related supplies and equipment.
Operations and Maintenance
Expenditures  related  to  keeping  the  physical  plant  open, 
comfortable  and  safe  including  the  costs  for  custodians, 
groundskeepers,  maintenance  workers,  school  police,  building 
maintenance, grounds maintenance, equipment repair, all utilities 
and the related supplies and equipment.
Student Transportation
Expenditures for the costs related to pupil transportation including 
bus  drivers,  mechanics,  support  personnel,  vehicle  repair  and 
maintenance, gasoline, bus replacement and related supplies and 
equipment.
Interfund Transfers
Funds that are transferred from the General Fund to other funds 
such as the Insurance Trust Fund, Debt Service Fund, Special 
Education Fund and Capital Projects Fund.
Contingency
Funds reserved for future use for unforeseen circumstances. 
Ending Fund Balance:
Nonspendable Inventory - The District maintains an inventory for 
the warehouse.  This represents the year end amount.
Assigned For  - These represent balances  set aside  for various 
obligations  or  commitments.    The  outstanding  and  unresolved 
lawsuits amount is related to several Incline Village property tax 
disputes.    The  subsequent  year’s  expenditures  represent  the 
District’s policy for a minimum reserve of 2% of expenditures.
GENERAL FUND
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Fiscal Year 2015-16
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 43
Financial Section
Departments 
(General Fund)
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Fiscal Year 2015-16
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 45
Board of Trustees
Interim Superintendent
Chief Auditor
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OVERALL GENERAL FUND BUDGET - Board of Trustees
2013-14 Actuals
2014-15 Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from  
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs 
AMOUNT
FTEs 
AMOUNT
FTEs 
AMOUNT
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
14.90
535,133
13.00
518,454
13.00
523,141
4,687
0.9%
Benefits
249,858
226,753
230,593
3,841
1.7%
Purchased Services
194,465
974,593
1,049,593
75,000
7.7%
Supplies
25,334
73,303
73,303
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
44,566
11,000
11,000
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
14.90
1,049,356
13.00
1,804,103
13.00
1,887,630
83,528
4.6%
The overall General Fund budget amount is distributed between the following budget units or Responsibility Centers:
Board of Trustees
Internal Audit
Effective June 23, 2015
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Page 46 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
Internal Audit, RC024
Description of Responsibilities
The Internal Audit Department provides independent analysis and 
specific  recommendations  based  on  performance  audits  of  the 
District's schools, offices, departments, and programs.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC024
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Chief Internal Auditor
1.00
95,161
Internal Auditor
4.00
295,809
Program Services Technician II
1.00
55,171
Other Salaries
14,000
TOTAL SALARIES
6.00
460,141
TOTAL BENEFITS
184,439
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
6.00
644,579
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 024 - Internal Audit
2013-14 
Actuals
2014-15
Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT 
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
5.90
386,949
6.00
455,454
6.00
460,141
4,687
1.0%
Benefits
145,528
176,875
184,439
7,563
4.3%
Purchased Services
11,547
16,300
16,300
0
0.0%
Supplies
5,201
28,435
28,435
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
885
1,000
1,000
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
5.90
550,111
6.00
678,064
6.00
690,314
12,250
1.8%
Board of Trustees, RC006
Description of Responsibilities
As  the  elected  governing  body  of  the  Washoe  County  School 
District,  the  Board serves  as  the  steward  and  guardian  of  the 
District's values, vision, mission, and resources.  The legal power, 
duties and responsibilities of the Board of Trustees are defined by 
Nevada Revised Statutes and by Board Policy.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC006
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Board Member
7.00
63,000
TOTAL SALARIES
7.00
63,000
TOTAL BENEFITS
46,155
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
7.00
109,155
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 006
2013-14 
Actuals
2014-15
Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT 
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
9.00
148,184
7.00
63,000
7.00
63,000
0
0.0%
Benefits
104,330
49,877
46,155
-3,722
-7.5%
Purchased Services
182,919
958,293
1,033,293
75,000
7.8%
Supplies
20,132
44,868
44,868
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
43,681
10,000
10,000
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
9.00
499,245
7.00
1,126,038
7.00
1,197,316
71,278
6.3%
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 47
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  SUPERINTENDENT
Interim Superintendent
Deputy Superintendent
(Vacant)
Chief of Staff
Chief Operations Officer
Chief Human Resources 
Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Communications & 
Commmunity Engagement Officer
Interim 
Chief General Counsel
Interim Chief of 
School Police
Director of 
Government Affairs
OVERALL GENERAL FUND BUDGET - Superintendent
2013-14 Actuals
2014-15 Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from  
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs 
AMOUNT
FTEs 
AMOUNT
FTEs 
AMOUNT
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
53.88
3,829,205
54.00
3,785,402
54.33
3,862,722
77,319
2.0%
Benefits
1,898,595
2,003,034
2,042,657
39,623
2.0%
Purchased Services
117,193
279,502
146,301
-133,201
-47.7%
Supplies
111,217
98,155
121,664
23,509
24.0%
Property
0
6,000
6,000
0
0.0%
Other
24,606
6,384
18,884
12,500
195.8%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
53.88
5,980,816
54.00
6,178,477
54.33
6,198,228
19,750
0.3%
The overall General Fund budget amount is distributed between the following budget units or Responsibility Centers:
Superintendent                                                     Government Affairs
Office of General Counsel (Legal)                        School Police
Administrative Investigators
Effective June 23, 2015
Superintendent, RC074
Description of Responsibilities
The Superintendent is responsible for the day-to-day operations of 
the District and for overseeing the implementation of the District's 
strategic plan, 
Envision WCSD 2020 - Investing in Our Future.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC074
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
District Superintendent
1.00
261,844
Executive Assistant
1.00
57,649
TOTAL SALARIES
2.00
319,493
TOTAL BENEFITS
100,125
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
2.00
419,618
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 074 - Superintendent
2013-14 
Actuals
2014-15
Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT 
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
2.00
327,416
2.00
321,000
2.00
319,493
-1,507
-0.5%
Benefits
105,683
94,775
100,125
5,350
5.6%
Purchased Services
32,754
103,243
78,243
-25,000
-24.2%
Supplies
16,800
42,005
42,005
0
0.0%
Property
0
6,000
6,000
0
0.0%
Other
9,296
2,700
2,700
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
2.00
491,948
2.00
569,723
2.00
548,566
-21,157
-3.7%
Page 48 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  SUPERINTENDENT
Office of General Counsel, RC075
Description of Responsibilities - Office of General Counsel
The Office of General Counsel represents the District in any and all 
appropriate legal matters, cases, opinions, issues and questions. 
It provides counsel and training to District staff, and coordinates 
policy development for the Board of Trustees.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC075
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Associate General Counsel
1.00
114,262
General Counsel
1.00
139,534
General Counselor Coordinator I
1.00
65,655
Lead General Counsel
1.00
147,944
Executive Assistant
1.00
47,713
Legal Division Investigator
2.00
119,190
TOTAL SALARIES
7.00
634,299
TOTAL BENEFITS
247,594
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
7.00
881,893
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 075 - General Counsel
2013-14 
Actuals
2014-15
Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT 
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
7.00
598,736
7.00
628,871
7.00
634,299
5,427
0.9%
Benefits
220,821
236,162
247,594
11,432
4.8%
Purchased Services
8,442
20,750
20,750
0
0.0%
Supplies
31,164
18,250
18,250
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
4,608
3,684
3,684
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
7.00
863,771
7.00
907,718
7.00
924,577
16,859
1.9%
Office of General Counsel → Administrative Investigators, RC023
Description of Responsibilities
This division of the General Counsel's Office investigates allegations of misconduct involving District personnel.
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 023 - Administrative Investigators
2013-14 
Actuals
2014-15
Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT 
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0
0.0%
Benefits
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Purchased Services
515
1,000
1,000
0
0.0%
Supplies
4,057
3,000
3,000
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
100
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
0.00
4,673
0.00
4,000
0.00
4,000
0
0.0%
Strategic Initiatives within Envision WCSD 2020 (information compiled March 2015) - Office of General Counsel 
The Office of the General Counsel has responsibility for supporting the District's Strategic Plan as a whole. It supports each of the 
District's strategic goals by:
Goal  1:  To  ensure  annual  student  academic  growth  through  a 
system of curriculum, instruction, and assessment that is aligned, 
rigorous, and  relevant.  Instruction  will  be  designed  to  meet the 
needs of every child in our diverse student population.
•  Working closely with and advising all schools and District 
departments,  especially  Student  Support  Services,  the 
Options  Department,  the  Gifted  &  Talented  Education 
Program, and Signature Academies/Career and Technical 
Education, to ensure, among other things:
•  that a Free Appropriate Public Education “FAPE” 
is afforded to all District students;
•  that all District students have equal access to an 
education  free  from bullying,  discrimination  and 
harassment; and
•  that  the  District  has  the  appropriate  contracts, 
policies,  regulations and/or  procedures in place 
to avoid the expenditure of District resources on 
litigation  rather  than  using  those  resources  to 
assist in student academic growth.
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Goal 2:  To develop and retain highly effective personnel who are 
driven to support  students  and their  academic  success as well 
as the success  of the District.  WCSD  will  accomplish this goal 
through  recruitment,  selection,  professional  development,  and 
accountability.
•  Assisting  the  Office  of  Human  Resources  in  labor 
negotiations,  employee  discipline  matters,  arbitrations, 
grievances, matters  before the  Employee-Management 
Relations  Board, employment matters  brought in  state 
or  federal  court,  and  complaint  hearings  as  well  as 
employee-manager  relations, Board actions, and  other 
personnel matters as needed.
•  Conducting  a  program  of  preventative  law  for  all 
departments and employees through program reviews, 
in-service training, and individual counseling sessions.
•  Continuing to train District staff regarding, among other 
issues:  social  worker  requests,  FERPA  compliance, 
Open  Meeting  Law  compliance,  special  education 
issues, bullying, harassment and discrimination issues, 
and student discipline issues.
Goal  3:  To  engage  family  and  community  members  in  strong 
partnerships  and  provide  meaningful  opportunities  to  increase 
their educational expertise and trust, and to share responsibility 
for student success.
•  Providing  legal  assistance  in  the  drafting  of  state 
legislation  proposed  by the  District for  presentation  to 
the Nevada State Legislature and/or the United States 
Congress.
•  Informing the Board of Trustees and Superintendent on 
the legal implications of pending legislation.
•  Receiving  and  reviewing  allegations  of  bullying, 
harassment, discrimination, intimidation, retaliation, and/
or hostile work environment, and in partnership with the 
Labor  Relations  Department,  the  Options  Department 
and/or the Department of School Performance, assisting 
in  the facilitation of  the investigation  and resolution  of 
such allegations.
Goal 4: To establish a system that is effective, efficient, transparent, 
and accountable by using meaningful structures and processes.
•  Writing,  reviewing,  and/or  recommending  any  Board 
policies as is appropriate.
•  Processing requests for public information and education 
records  inspection  requests  pursuant  to  FERPA  and/or 
IDEA directed to the District.
•  Investigating  and/or  advising  administration  regarding 
public complaints against District staff members.
•  Attending regular meetings at school sites and/or District 
departments to advise on proper practice and/or protocol.
Goal 5: To ensure our schools are safe, secure, supportive, and 
welcoming  environments  where  students  and  staff  are  able  to 
succeed academically and professionally at the highest possible 
levels.
•  Representing the District in hearings regarding suspensions/
expulsions and other disciplinary actions regarding students.
•  Training District staff on and advising, receiving and reviewing 
allegations of bullying, harassment, discrimination.
•  Training  District  staff  on  and  advising,  receiving  and 
reviewing  allegations  of  denial of  FAPE  for students  with 
disabilities under IDEA and Section 504.
Government Affairs, RC063
Description of Responsibilities
The Department of Government Affairs is the District's voice on 
policy-level issues. The primary responsibilities of the department 
include:
•  Communicating  the  point  of  view  and  needs  of  the 
District  to  the  community,  elected  officials  and  key 
decision-makers.
•  Developing strategies that support the District within the 
community and at all levels of government.
•  Acting as liaison with elected officials including federal, 
state and local governments.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC063
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Director of Government Affairs
1.00
100,491
Specialist II
1.00
48,046
TOTAL SALARIES
2.00
148,537
TOTAL BENEFITS
61,219
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
2.00
209,756
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 063 - Government Affairs
2013-14 
Actuals
2014-15
Budget
2015-16 
Amended Final Budget
Change from
2014-15 to 2015-16
MAJOR CATEGORY
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT
FTEs
AMOUNT 
AMOUNT
PERCENT
Salaries
1.00
94,744
2.00
146,100
2.00
148,537
2,437
1.7%
Benefits
34,348
58,473
61,219
2,746
4.7%
Purchased Services
6,537
2,000
2,000
0
0.0%
Supplies
2,069
13,000
13,000
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
125
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
1.00
137,823
2.00
219,573
2.00
224,756
5,183
2.4%
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