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Page 50 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  SUPERINTENDENT
School Police, RC068
Description of Responsibilities
The Mission of the WCSD Police Department is to provide a safe 
and secure learning environment, which promotes an atmosphere 
of trust between the multi-ethnic, multi-cultural school community 
and  the  police  department.  Working  hand  in  hand  with  local, 
county, state and federal agencies, the WCSD Police Department 
is committed to minimizing violence, weapons, substance abuse, 
vandalism, and other hazards in our schools.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC068
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Chief of School Police
1.00
119,803
Victims' Advocate
1.00
44,262
Dispatch Technician - On-call
0.00
7,812
Dispatch Technician I
3.00
119,036
Executive Assistant
1.00
56,031
Deputy Chief of School Police
1.00
89,763
Police Sergeant
4.00
316,745
Police Investigator II
2.00
148,842
Police Officer
30.33
1,858,100
TOTAL SALARIES
43.33
2,760,393
TOTAL BENEFITS
1,633,718
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
43.33
4,394,111
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 068 - School Police
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
43.88
2,808,309
43.00
2,689,431
43.33
2,760,393
70,962
2.6%
Benefits
1,537,743
1,613,623
1,633,718
20,095
1.2%
Purchased Services
68,945
152,509
44,308
-108,201
-70.9%
Supplies
57,127
21,900
45,409
23,509
107.3%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
10,477
0
12,500
12,500
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
43.88
4,482,602
43.00
4,477,463
43.33
4,496,328
18,865
0.4%
Strategic Initiatives within 
Envision WCSD 2020
(information compiled March 2015) - School Police
Initiative 5.2.2: The District, with community support, will work to 
provide and maintain safe, supportive, and secure schools.
Current Status of Initiative 
The WCSD Police Department: 
•  Continues  to  work  with  Plant  Facilities  to  implement 
upgraded door locks, single point of entries and secure 
perimeters at all school sites.
•  Works with school sites and Plant Facilities on CCTV 
installations, safety upgrades and building renovations 
to  ensure  they  are  providing  a  safe  and  secure 
environment.
•  Conducts informal conflict resolutions with students to 
resolve problems  at the  lowest  level  possible, meets 
with  citizens  and  neighborhood  residents  to  address 
concerns and  conduct  patrols  of  District  sites,  taking 
enforcement action when necessary.
•  Assigns officers to the Regional Gang Unit to address 
gang concerns within the District.
•  Safe Routes to School (SRTS) works with schools and 
the  community  to  address  traffic,  walking  and  biking 
concerns at the elementary and middle school levels.
Measurements  used  to  gauge  implementation  and  success  of 
initiative 5.2.2 
•  Percentage of schools implementing recommendations 
from annual District-wide School Climate Surveys.
School Checks*
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
9,489
10,426
10,258
*A school check is when an officer goes to a school site to 
check on their well-being. This is not a call for service, but 
rather a proactive site check. Officers will talk to school staff 
and students, while walking the inside and outside of the site. 
Officers will often handle informal problems or concerns while 
conducting the school check.
Gang Intervention*
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
39
287
250
*A gang intervention takes place when an officer (Usually one 
of our officers assigned to the Regional Gang Unit) meets with 
 student/parent  regarding  gang  behavior  or  involvement. 
Our gang officers try to curb gang interest and activity before 
the  student  becomes  fully  invested  in  the  gang  lifestyle. 
Gang  interventions  occur  at  all  grade  levels.  Our  officers 
follow up on the interventions and often work with students/
families for long periods of time. For the 2012-2013 school 
year we switched from a large auditorium style intervention 
presentation to individual  personalized interventions. Gang 
activity within our schools is directly linked to the activity that 
occurs in the community.
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 51
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  SUPERINTENDENT
•  Percentage  of schools implementing  recommendations 
from comprehensive District-wide safety/security audit.
The  first  meeting  of  The  Safe  and  Healthy  Schools 
Commission  (SHSC)  was  held  on  March  3,  2015. 
The  District-wide  safety/security  audit  falls  under  the 
direction  of  the  SHSC.  The  WCSD  Police  Department 
will work with the Commission to address concerns and 
recommendations  from  the  District-wide  safety/security 
audits.
•  Percentage  of  schools  completing  expanded  drills 
(including code red and blue drills).
Emergency Drills*
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
198
275
435
Other Major Projects (not Initiative based) - School Police
•  Changed  patrol  start  times  to  provide  more  coverage 
before school at the middle schools. Will monitor this and 
make changes as necessary to ensure we are utilizing our 
resources in the best way possible.
•  Look, Listen, Let Someone Know Campaign
•  This  campaign  is  designed  to  raise  safety 
awareness at District athletic events.
•  We are looking at expanding the initial campaign 
to include other District/School sponsored events.
•  We  will  work  to  promote  the  campaign  with 
Communications and Athletics.
•  Active Assailant training
•  We present trainings  to the school staff and also 
conduct site checks and assessments to address 
any site-specific concerns.
•  Our lesson plan is continuously updated to reflect 
the most  recent  concerns  and issues  with  active 
assailants.
•  We are members of the Regional Active Assailant 
Response Committee.
•  Re-structured the dispatch center to provide more service 
to our customers
•  Changed schedules to allow even more phone and 
radio coverage throughout the day.
•  Office was re-configured to create a quieter, less 
distracting atmosphere in the dispatch center.
•  Victim Advocate
•  Partners with The Children’s Cabinet on the “Safe 
Schools, Healthy Students” grant. We are working 
on two elements of the grant.
1. 
Connecting  families,  schools  and 
communities.
2.  Creating safe and violence free schools.
•  Safe Routes to School (SRTS) safety trainings
•  During  Safety  Assemblies,  students  are  taught 
bicycle and pedestrian safety.
•  During  Parent  Safety  Meetings,  Q  &  A  time  is 
provided.
•  Student Safety Patrol Training for 6th grade Safety 
Monitors.
•  During  Safety  Fairs  –  SRTS  will  have  contact 
with  hundreds  of  students  passing  on  important 
educational  messages  through  “Wear  Bright  at 
Night” and “Be Safe Be Seen”.
•  SRTS was awarded over $11,000.00 to supplement 
the program and renew stock in incentives, bikes, 
and skateboard racks; along with equipment such 
as Safety  Patrol  Vests, Stop  Signs,  and Yield  to 
Pedestrian Signs.
Other Major Projects (not Initiative based) - School Police
•  Nevada Moves:
•  Governor Sandoval declared March 18, 2015 
as  Nevada  Moves  Day. Nevada  Moves  is  a 
one-day celebration to get students active and 
healthy following Michelle Obama’s lead with 
“Let’s Move”. Over 9,000 students participated 
across 21 schools.
•  Bike to Work, School, and Fun Week is May 
11 – 19, 2015.  During this week, The Mayor’s 
Challenge/Ride  for  Reading  will  be  held  on 
May 14, 2015. Elected officials and community 
members will bike ride from Reno City Hall to 
Sparks City Hall. They will fill their backpacks 
with  books  that  have  been  donated.  From 
there they will bike ride to Lincoln Park where 
they will donate the books for students to take 
home.  Also  during  this  week,  Cold  Springs 
Middle will hold their “Tour De Slurpee” on May 
13, 2015. Last year 181 students rode bikes 
from the school to 7-11 for a Slurpee and then 
rode back to school.
•  Law Enforcement and Engineering:
•  SRTS  assists  throughout  the  District  to  provide 
solutions  to  safety  hazards  involving  students 
getting  to  and  from  school.  For  example,  Jerry 
Whitehead ES will implement a new traffic pattern 
when they return from Spring Break.
•  Infrastructure:
•  Agreement  #NM139-15-010  has  been  signed 
between  WCSD  and  the  Nevada  Department  of 
Transportation  (NDOT)  to  move  forward  on  the 
improvement  projects  at  Brown,  Gomes,  Lenz, 
Lemmon Valley, and Palmer Elementary Schools.  
The  improvements  include  installation  of  a  new 
pedestrian  signal,  sidewalks,  steps  and  gates 
to  promote  safe  biking  and  walking  to  and  from 
school. The sum of the projects is over $600,000.00 
and will begin in June 2015.
•  SRTS  was  awarded  grant  funding  to  widen  the 
sidewalk  along  O’Callaghan in front  of  Katherine 
Dunn.  As  of  yet,  there  is  not  a  date  to  begin 
construction. 
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Page 52 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
Deputy Superintendent
Director of  Student Accounting
Chief Student 
Support Services Officer
Chief School 
Performance Officer
Chief Accountability 
Officer
Chief Academic
Officer
OVERALL GENERAL FUND BUDGET - Deputy 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
10.00
690,885
11.00
728,002
10.00
679,794
-48,208
-6.6%
Benefits
264,512
230,525
219,039
-11,486
-5.0%
Purchased Services
34,717
5,125
5,125
0
0.0%
Supplies
38,528
59,442
59,442
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
449
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
10.00
1,029,090
11.00
1,023,094
10.00
963,400
-59,695
-5.8%
The General Fund budget amount is distributed between the following budget units or Responsibility Centers:
Deputy Superintendent
Student Accounting
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT
Effective June 23, 2015
Deputy Superintendent, RC082
Description of Responsibilities
The  mission  of  the  Office  of  the  Deputy  Superintendent  is  to 
provide a collaborative environment with the Leaders who manage 
the District's academic departments. These combined efforts will 
provide  a  unified  approach  to  ensure  growth,  and  support  the 
District's  strategic  plan  and  initiatives.  Additionally,  the  Deputy 
Superintendent  provides assistance to align with adopted State 
Standards. The goal is to ensure that every student in Washoe 
County graduates college or highly-skilled career ready.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC082
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Deputy Superintendent
1.00
161,765
Manager I
1.00
69,357
TOTAL SALARIES
2.00
231,123
TOTAL BENEFITS
40,722
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
2.00
271,845
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 082 - Deputy 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
3.00
272,823
3.00
285,203
2.00
231,123
-54,081
-19.0%
Benefits
109,310
57,175
40,722
-16,453
-28.8%
Purchased Services
19,756
625
625
0
0.0%
Supplies
18,384
23,600
23,600
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
289
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
3.00
420,562
3.00
366,604
2.00
296,070
-70,534
-19.2%
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 53
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT
Student Accounting, RC060
Description of Responsibilities
Student  Accounting  is  responsible  for  ensuring  that  the  District 
complies  with  State  mandates,  including  the  following  major 
responsibilities:
•  Fulfill  requirements  such  as  school  days  in  session, 
statistical month calendars, and alternative schedules.
•  Administrative  oversight  for  student  accounting  and 
reporting procedures, including: enrollment, withdrawal, 
attendance,  transcript  generation,  foreign  exchange 
students, variances, and diplomas awarded to Veterans.
•  Custodian for permanent archive of all student transcripts.
•  Administrative oversight of the Millennium Scholarship.
•  Produce  the  Impact  Aid  Report  that  provides  annual 
federal reimbursement to the District.
•  Facilitate the count of pupils for apportionment.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC060
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Senior Director - Student 
Accounting
1.00
128,687
Data Query Specialist
1.00
50,746
Program Service Technician III
4.00
201,423
Secretary
2.00
67,815
TOTAL SALARIES
8.00
448,671
TOTAL BENEFITS
178,317
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
8.00
626,988
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 060 - Student Accounting
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
418,062
8.00
442,799
8.00
448,671
5,872
1.3%
Benefits
155,202
173,350
178,317
4,967
2.9%
Purchased Services
14,961
4,500
4,500
0
0.0%
Supplies
20,144
35,842
35,842
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
160
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
7.00
608,527
8.00
656,491
8.00
667,330
10,839
1.7%
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Page 54 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
Office of Academics, RC012
Description of Responsibilities
The Chief Academic Officer provides leadership and support to the 
District's instructional support departments.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC012
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Chief Academic Officer
1.00
137,268
Executive Assistant
1.00
46,135
TOTAL SALARIES
2.00
183,403
TOTAL BENEFITS
65,105
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
2.00
248,509
Chief Academic Officer
Professional 
Learning
Signature 
Academies / CTE
Curriculum and 
Instruction
Northwest Regional 
Professional 
Development Program
Striving Readers
ELL / World 
Languages
Assessment
Gifted and Talented 
Education (GATE)
OVERALL GENERAL FUND BUDGET - Chief Academic Officer
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
167.18
8,896,736
153.09
8,525,910
155.14
8,986,758
460,849
5.4%
Benefits
3,237,059
3,443,681
3,626,954
183,273
5.3%
Purchased Services
1,628,324
2,291,658
1,855,793
-435,865
-19.0%
Supplies
1,888,762
3,817,517
5,834,574
2,017,057
52.8%
Property
10,395
165,351
165,351
0
0.0%
Other
22,780
4,500
4,710
210
4.7%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
167.18
15,684,055
153.09
18,248,617
155.14
20,474,140
2,225,523
12.2%
The overall General Fund budget amount is distributed between the following budget units or Responsibility Centers:
Office of Academics                                     English Language Learners
Assessment                                                 Gifted & Talented Education (GATE)
Curriculum & Instruction                                  GATE Academic Olympics 
Library Services                                          AVID
Video Center                                           Signature Academies / Career & Technical Education
Music and Fine Arts                                Professional Learning
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 012 - Chief Academic Officer
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
186,272
2.00
175,173
2.00
183,403
8,231
4.7%
Benefits
67,153
60,523
65,105
4,582
7.6%
Purchased Services
43,636
625
625
0
0.0%
Supplies
9,442
2,030,987
1,769,016
-261,971
-12.9%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
343
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
2.00
306,846
2.00
2,267,308
2.00
2,018,150
-249,158
-11.0%
Effective June 23, 2015
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 55
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER
Assessment, RC093
Description of Responsibilities
The Assessment  Department's  mission  is  to  maximize  student 
success  on  the  Pathway to  College  and Career  Readiness by 
promoting,  monitoring  and  supporting  a  balanced  assessment 
system. As part of the Office Academics, the department provides 
valid and reliable data from multiple measures to inform curricular 
and  instructional  decisions,  and  facilitates  the  judicious  use  of 
assessment information by a variety of users to answer questions 
about student progress.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC093
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Director of Assessment
1.00
113,350
Project Specialist
1.00
83,775
Specialist
1.00
72,541
Teacher on Special Assignment  - 
Data Trainer
1.00
56,601
Teacher on Special Assignment - 
Consultant
2.00
122,123
Program Services Technician II
1.00
45,495
TOTAL SALARIES
7.00
493,886
TOTAL BENEFITS
198,692
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
7.00
692,578
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 093 - Assessment
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
533,278
7.00
488,115
7.00
493,886
5,770
1.2%
Benefits
173,835
190,901
198,692
7,791
4.1%
Purchased Services
666,397
1,229,721
832,721
-397,000
-32.3%
Supplies
559,148
59,400
59,400
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
2,000
2,000
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
7.00
1,932,658
7.00
1,970,137
7.00
1,586,699
-383,438
-19.5%
Strategic Initiatives within 
Envision WCSD 2020
(information 
compiled March 2015) - Assessment
The Department of Assessment  plays a supporting  role for the 
following initiatives:
•  1.1.1:  Implementation  of  Nevada  Academic  Content 
Standards (NVACS) aligning curriculum, instruction and 
assessments (see Curriculum & Instruction Department)
•  Initiative  1.2.1:  Development  of  a  five-year  English 
language learners plan (see English Language Learners 
Department)
•  Initiative 1.5.2: Expansion of Signature Academies (See 
Signature Academies Department)
•  Initiative 1.5.3: College Preparedness (See Curriculum & 
Instruction Department)
•  Initiative:  2.2.1: Develop a comprehensive professional 
development  plan  to  support  all  WCSD  Staff  (see 
Department of Professional Learning)
Other Key Performance Indicators (not Initiative based)
Maintain a customer satisfaction rating in the ninetieth percentile 
by continued high levels of availability, timeliness of responses, 
and friendliness.
Topic
2013-14 
(baseline)
2014-15
Availability
98%
TBD
Timeliness
98%
TBD
Friendliness
97%
TBD
Overall Satisfaction
97%
TBD
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Page 56 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER
Curriculum & Instruction, RC069
Description of Responsibilities
The mission of the Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) Department 
is to  provide  innovative system-wide leadership, guidance,  and 
support for a unified approach in:
•  developing and implementing rigorous, relevant curriculum;
•  creating instructional resources and materials;
•  managing instructional programs, initiatives, and projects; 
•  facilitating  literacy  and  community  engagement  by  leading 
school library and media programs; 
•  communicating  and  collaborating with internal  and external 
stakeholders; and
•  developing  professional  learning  that  honors  teachers  and 
provides content expertise to the District.
This  department  includes  program  coordinators  for  the  core 
curriculum  areas  as  well as  fine  arts,  world language SHARE, 
library services, and  instructional materials support. In  addition, 
the department coordinates curriculum with the Special Education, 
Gifted and Talented Education, and English Language Learners, 
and  Career  Technical  Education  departments. The  department 
supports  subject  specific  grant  writing  in  conjunction  with  the 
Grants Department to support curriculum and instruction  in the 
schools. C&I coordinates WCSD arts events and acts as a liaison 
with  community  fine  arts  groups  and  businesses  to  develop 
partnerships. The department also oversees  and supports K-12 
library  services provides  support  for  the  Destiny  program,  and 
collaborates with UNR through the Learning Resource Center and 
the Washoe County Library System. 
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC069
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
1.00
113,350
Principal on Special Assignment
1.00
105,990
Program Coordinator
1.00
71,049
Program Coordinator - English 
Language Arts 7-12
1.00
71,049
Program Coordinator - English 
Language Arts K-6
1.00
45,239
Program Coordinator - 
Kindergarten
1.00
64,672
Program Coordinator - Math 7-12
1.00
75,012
Program Coordinator - Math K-6
1.00
61,485
Program Coordinator - Science
1.00
62,880
Program Coordinator - Social 
Studies
1.00
59,887
School Improvement Specialist 3-8
1.00
59,887
Secondary Consultant/Facilitator
1.00
67,406
Secondary Consultant/Facilitator 
Additional Days
0.05
3,279
Administrative Assistant
1.00
53,457
Secretary
2.43
72,398
Other Salaries
208,275
TOTAL SALARIES
15.47
1,195,317
TOTAL BENEFITS
416,799
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
15.47
1,612,116
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 069 - Curriculum & Instruction
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
12.63
1,072,889
13.43
807,503
15.47
1,195,317
387,814
48.0%
Benefits
317,230
324,957
416,799
91,842
28.3%
Purchased Services
192,216
476,775
297,900
-178,875
-37.5%
Supplies
592,369
757,091
3,133,162
2,376,071
313.8%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
3,258
0
210
210
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
12.63
2,177,961
13.43
2,366,325
15.47
5,043,388
2,677,062
113.1%
Curriculum & Instruction → AVID (Advancement Via 
Individual Determination), RC649
Description of Responsibilities
AVID  is  a  college-readiness  system  designed  to  increase  the 
number  of  students  who  enroll  in  four-year  colleges.  Although 
AVID serves all students, it focuses on the least served students 
in the academic middle. 
Annual training for AVID teachers is offered on building academic 
confidence in students, Cornell note-taking strategies, study skills, 
and organizational strategies, as well as tutor support for at-risk 
students.
Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 57
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 649 - AVID Program
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
19,315
0
0
0
0.0%
Supplies
16,925
40,000
40,000
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
0.00
36,240
0.00
40,000
0.00
40,000
0
0.0%
Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) → Library Services, C025
Description of Responsibilities
The Department  of Library Services provides leadership for the 
District's  school  libraries  at  all  levels.  It  develops  policies  and 
procedures to  standardize and improve library media programs 
as well as connect school libraries with community libraries and 
regional literacy efforts. 
The mission of school libraries is to provide students, teachers, 
and librarians full access to both print and electronic resources, 
with  the  following  objectives:  school  achievement,  promoting 
an  appreciation  for literature,  and encouraging  lifelong learning 
by  helping  students  to  become  effective  users  of  ideas  and 
information.
Library Services maintains a higher education partnership with the 
Learning Resource Center in the College of Education, University 
of Nevada, and supports the collection with appropriate books and 
materials for the use of UNR students and WCSD staff.  
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC025
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Library Assistant II
13.36
266,067
Library Associate II
0.88
46,839
TOTAL SALARIES
14.24
312,906
TOTAL BENEFITS
58,611
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
14.24
371,517
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 025 - Library Services
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
26.92
156,303
14.24
304,895
14.24
312,906
8,011
2.6%
Benefits
42,460
57,556
58,611
1,056
1.8%
Purchased Services
120,562
124,457
144,085
19,628
15.8%
Supplies
30,662
20,655
20,655
0
0.0%
Property
0
12,951
12,951
0
0.0%
Other
1,357
2,500
2,500
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
26.92
351,344
14.24
523,013
14.24
551,708
28,695
5.5%
Page 58 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER
Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) → Library Services → Video Center, RC016
Description of Responsibilities
The WCSD Video Library collection is housed within the Learning 
Resource Center and available for District-wide circulation for 
teachers and librarians.
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 016 - Video Center
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
6,495
100
5,100
5,000
5000.0%
Supplies
0
3,387
3,387
0
0.0%
Property
0
2,400
2,400
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
0.00
6,495
0.00
5,887
0.00
10,887
5,000
84.9%
Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) → Music, RC032
Description of Responsibilities
The C&I Department supervises and evaluates music teachers.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC032
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Music Specialist II
1.00
76,684
Music
0.50
21,752
Art Teacher
1.00
42,920
Music Teacher
13.50
734,578
Secretary
1.00
33,667
TOTAL SALARIES
17.00
909,600
TOTAL BENEFITS
409,000
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
17.00
1,318,600
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 032 - Music and Fine Arts
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
15.00
867,347
17.00
910,815
17.00
909,600
-1,215
-0.1%
Benefits
357,466
400,340
409,000
8,660
2.2%
Purchased Services
50,464
40,535
40,535
0
0.0%
Supplies
5,822
2,300
2,300
0
0.0%
Property
0
150,000
150,000
0
0.0%
Other
75
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
15.00
1,281,173
17.00
1,503,990
17.00
1,511,435
7,444
0.5%
Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 59
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER
Curriculum & Instruction → Sexual Health and 
Responsibility Education (SHARE), RC071
Description of Responsibilities
The  SHARE  program  provides  students  with  a  factual, 
comprehensive, abstinence-based instructional program delivered 
by specially trained teachers and counselors that addresses HIV/
AIDS awareness, the reproductive system, sexually transmitted
infections  (STIs),  and  sexual  responsibility.  This  program  is 
designed  to  assist  students  in  making  informed  choices  and 
avoiding behaviors that put them at risk.
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 071 - SHARE
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
1.50
92,610
1.05
72,303
0.00
0
-72,303
-100.0%
Benefits
32,339
27,432
0
-27,432
-100.0%
Purchased Services
3,885
8,200
8,200
0
0.0%
Supplies
3,041
2,164
2,164
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
1.50
131,874
1.05
110,099
0.00
10,364
-99,735
-90.6%
Strategic Initiatives within 
Envision WCSD 2020
(information compiled March 2015) - Curriculum & Instruction
Initiative 1.1.1: Implementation of Nevada Academic Content Standards aligning curriculum, instruction, and assessments
Current Status of Initiative 1.1.1
Billed as one of Nevada’s most comprehensive school improvement 
and economic development efforts, the Nevada State  Board of 
Education adopted the Common  Core State Standards (CCSS) 
in October 2010. The CCSS are specific to English language arts 
and mathematics, and join other content-area standards (computer 
and technology, digital learning/distance education, fine arts, world 
language,  health  and  physical  education,  pre-k,  science,  and 
social studies) under the umbrella of Nevada Academic Content 
Standards (NVACS), as per NRS 389. The NVACS outline what 
students must know and be able to do by the end of each grade 
level as they progress through the K-12 continuum toward college 
and career readiness. 
Although the standards are common, development of curriculum, 
instructional  strategies,  and  selection  of  instructional  materials 
and text remain the responsibility of individual states and districts. 
Working collaboratively across all departments within the Office 
of  Academics,  and  in  partnership  with  other  WCSD  offices, 
departments, and national partners, the District will further develop 
and  align  curriculum,  instruction,  and  assessment  practices  to 
better  support  student  mastery  of  Nevada  Academic  Content 
Standards. The WCSD will expand partnerships with the CCSS 
lead  authors  and  Council  of  Great  City  Schools  in  furthering 
curriculum development. 
WCSD  used  a  people  first,  organic  strategy  to  build  authentic 
implementation of the NVACS. Curricular tools have been developed 
for  grades  K-12  to  assist  teachers  with  the  implementation  of 
Nevada  Academic  Content  Standards.  Implementation  will  be 
monitored through qualitative and quantitative measures, and
incorporate  classroom  walkthrough  and  instructional  rounds 
under the lens of Instructional Practice Guides. With a focus on 
the necessary shifts  in  instructional practice,  and integration of 
content,  professional  learning  experiences  associated  with  this 
initiative will be included as part of the District’s Comprehensive 
Professional Learning Plan. The nationally-recognized Core Task 
Implementation Project (CTiP), Read Aloud Project (RAP), Basal 
Alignment  Project  (BAP),  Anthology  Alignment  Project  (AAP), 
use  of  Instructional  Practice  Guides,  and  the  revised  Vendor 
Product Review (VPR) process will continue as effective NVACS 
implementation strategies. 
Measurements used to gauge implementation and success
•  Increase  percentage  of  teachers  and  administrators 
reporting improved understanding of Nevada Academic 
Content  Standards  commensurate  with  their  adoption 
as per Nevada State Board of Education timeline. To be 
measured by survey and focus groups; in concert with the 
District Performance Plan.
2014/15: 
Baseline collection year
2020: 
TBD once baseline has been established
•  Increase percentage of students scoring at proficient level 
on annual criterion referenced tests. To be measured by 
annual  administration of  Smarter Balanced  summative 
assessments, and End of Course Exams.
2014/15: 
Baseline collection year
2020: 
TBD once baseline has been established
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