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Page 80 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER
Counseling Services → 504 Program, RC098
Description of Responsibilities
Section  504 of  the  Rehabilitation Act of  1973  was  designed  to 
eliminate  discrimination  against any student with  a  disability  in 
any program offered by a school district. Its purpose is to assure 
that disabled students are provided equal benefits and education 
opportunities as non-disabled students.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC098
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Homebound Teacher - 504 
Program
1.00
54,114
TOTAL SALARIES
1.00
54,114
TOTAL BENEFITS
24,060
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
1.00
78,175
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 098 - 504 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
73,800
1.00
54,730
1.00
54,114
-616
-1.1%
Benefits
4,201
23,633
24,060
427
1.8%
Purchased Services
9,236
79,500
79,500
0
0.0%
Supplies
8,957
4,225
4,225
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
0.00
96,195
1.00
162,088
1.00
161,900
-188
-0.1%
Counseling Services → Safe and Drug Free Schools and 
Violence Intervention Program, RC880 and RC280
Description of Responsibilities
The Safe and Drug  Free  Schools  program  works with schools, 
law  enforcement,  social  services,  and  numerous  community 
agencies  to eliminate  substance  abuse, violence, bullying,  and 
harassment in our schools. The program provides data on school 
climate and risk behaviors, including facilitation of the Youth Risk 
Behavior Survey in our schools. It also offers classes for students 
and  families  on  violence  intervention,  gang  intervention,  and 
substance abuse.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC880
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Program Services Technician I
1.00
46,577
TOTAL SALARIES
1.00
46,577
TOTAL BENEFITS
15,524
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
1.00
62,101
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 880 - Safe & Drug Free Schools
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
0.55
46,367
1.00
45,595
1.00
46,577
982
2.2%
Benefits
10,818
15,414
15,524
110
0.7%
Purchased Services
1,902
18,473
18,473
0
0.0%
Supplies
145
0
0
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
0.55
59,231
1.00
79,482
1.00
80,574
1,092
1.4%
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 280 - Violence Intervention 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
0.15
13,119
0.00
0
0.00
0
0
0.0%
Benefits
245
0
0
0
0.0%
Purchased Services
0
14,500
14,500
0
0.0%
Supplies
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
0.15
13,364
0.00
14,500
0.00
14,500
0
0.0%
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 81
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER
Equity and Diversity, RC281
Description of Responsibilities
The mission of the Equity and Diversity Department is to promote, 
develop, and support equitable practices and policies for a safe 
and inclusive school community system; and to assure access, 
representation, and meaningful participation for all. It is the District's 
goal  to close  achievement  gaps  among  diverse  populations  of 
students. 
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC281
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Coordinator - Equity & Diversity
1.00
68,580
Specialist I - Equity & Diversity
3.00
125,652
Secretary
1.00
34,416
TOTAL SALARIES
5.00
228,648
TOTAL BENEFITS
104,789
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
5.00
333,437
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 281 - Equity & Diversity
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
6.47
110,327
4.00
183,524
5.00
228,648
45,124
24.6%
Benefits
44,048
81,846
104,789
22,943
28.0%
Purchased Services
19,077
50,800
79,800
29,000
57.1%
Supplies
11,055
883
883
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
1,965
300
300
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
6.47
186,472
4.00
317,354
5.00
414,420
97,066
30.6%
Strategic Initiatives within 
Envision WCSD 2020
(information compiled March 2015) - Equity and Diversity
Initiative 5.1.1: School Climate and Culture
Current Status of Initiative
The Department  of Equity and  Diversity Department  promotes, 
develops  and  supports  practices  and  policies  that  provide 
equitable access to opportunity for all students, staff, and families. 
By helping to build a safe and inclusive school district, we strive 
to provide assurance  of access, representation and meaningful 
participation for all.
The Equity and Diversity Department has a direct impact on the 
Culture and Climate of schools through Professional Development, 
building an Equity Framework, and developing and Equity Lens 
district wide. The department has been expanded to a Coordinator, 
three  Equity  and  Diversity  Specialists,  one  Indian  Education 
Specialist and one Secretary, the largest it has been in the history 
of  the  district.  We’ve  created  a  department  plan  to  guide  our 
efforts in how to support and collaborate district wide. Currently, 
the Equity and Diversity Department leads the following initiatives: 
Policy  and  Procedures  examination  and  revisions  through  the 
Equity  Task  Force,  Equity  and  Diversity  Policy  development, 
Human  Resources  retention  and  recruitment  –  Interview 
committees,  Professional  Development  (Speak  up,  Equity  PD, 
Culturally Responsive Practices, Study Circles, Blue Fridays for 
Implementation Specialists, Saturday Café Professional Learning 
for  teachers),  Equity Task  Force  coordination,  WAYS  (Washoe 
Area Youth Speaks) Spoken Word/Student Voice Project, Student 
Leadership Summits, Faith Based outreach to Pastors, Mentoring 
and monitoring  program  for African American, American Indian/
Alaskan Indian, and Pacific Islander Seniors, and Title VII – Indian 
Education.
The  work  of  the  Equity  and  Diversity  Department  will  address 
student  achievement,  student  access,  address  staff  attitudes 
around  culturally response  practices,  address  disproportionality 
(e.g.  suspensions,  GATE  participation,  AP/IB  participations, 
Advanced/Honors  diplomas,  Special  Education  identification, 
extra-curricular activities), retention of diverse employees, as well 
recruitment efforts. The Equity and Diversity Department is building 
a framework that also address systemic barriers to students, staff, 
and families having equitable outcomes of success which should 
be  fostered  in  a culture  of  respect  throughout  Washoe  County 
School District.
Barriers to Full Implementation of Initiative 5.1.1
•  Lack of knowledge of Culturally Responsive Practices.
•  Lack of understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the 
Equity and Diversity Department.
•  Personal beliefs and practices.
•  Unique needs and issues at each school impact the quality 
of services.
•  Variations in training impact the fidelity of the service provided.
Measurements used to gauge implementation and success
•  Through  explicit  professional  development  by  the  Equity 
and Diversity department, and through culturally responsive 
professional development by other departments, measureable 
attitudes around culturally responsive practices will increase.
•  50%  of  WCSD  Policies  will  have  sections  that  explicitly 
address culturally responsive practices through an equity and 
diversity lens.
•  All Department professional development plans will explicitly 
address culturally responsive practices through an equity and 
diversity lens.
•  Disproportionality  measures  (e.g.  suspensions,  GATE 
participation, AP/IB participation, Advanced/Honors diplomas, 
Special Education identification, extra-curricular activities) will 
show significant decreases each year.
Initiative 5.1.1 metrics include surveys, professional development 
calendars  and agenda, and  student  achievement and  behavior 
trends in Infinite Campus. 
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Page 82 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER
Extended Studies, RC011
Description of Responsibilities
The  Extended  Studies  Department  supports  the  academic 
success of all students by offering optional means of acquiring a 
superior education. Guidance is offered for: Community Service, 
Credit by Exam, Job Experience and Training, Physical Education 
Options, Supervised Curriculum Physical Education, Travel Study, 
A+ coursework, support to principals for intersession and summer 
school opportunities, home school registration and information for 
parents, Dual Credit resources, and inquiries regarding Part-Time 
Distance Education.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC011
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Coordinator I - Extended Studies
1.00
102,618
Counselor
1.00
43,521
Administrative Assistant
1.00
36,556
Administrative Secretary
1.00
13,392
Clerical Aide
0.50
14,624
Secretary
1.00
35,733
Custodian
0.25
25,584
Other Salaries
197,200
TOTAL SALARIES
5.75
469,227
TOTAL BENEFITS
119,184
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
5.75
588,411
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 011 - Extended Studies
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
3.88
234,609
4.75
237,107
5.75
469,227
232,120
97.9%
Benefits
75,339
95,539
119,184
23,645
24.7%
Purchased Services
39,962
47,685
134,726
87,041
182.5%
Supplies
6,065
435,384
339,493
-95,891
-22.0%
Property
0
2,648
2,648
0
0.0%
Other
265
650
650
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
3.88
356,241
4.75
819,013
5.75
1,065,927
246,915
30.1%
Extended Studies → Summer School, RC
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 073 - Summer School
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
12,053
0.00
0
0.00
0
0
0.0%
Benefits
258
0
0
0
0.0%
Purchased Services
1,141
13,500
13,500
0
0.0%
Supplies
6,158
17,256
17,256
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
0.00
19,610
0.00
30,756
0.00
30,756
0
0.0%
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 83
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER
Family-School Partnerships, RC027
Description of Responsibilities
The  Department  of  Family-School  Partnerships  supports  the 
following  programs  and  initiatives:  Academic  Parent  Teacher 
Teams, Americorps' Family Graduation Advocates, Climate Survey  
distribution  for families,  Family Friendly  School  Walk-Throughs, 
Infinite Campus Parent Portal Outreach, Parent Teacher Home Visit 
Project, Parent University, Family Access Days, and the Family 
Engagement  portion  of  the  School  Performance  Framework. 
The Department works in  collaboration with the WCSD Council 
on  Family  Engagement  to  implement  programs  and  initiatives, 
and  to  provide  the District  with  continuous  feedback on  family 
engagement.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC027
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Administrator - Family-School 
Partnerships
1.00
92,540
Coordinator - Family-School 
Partnerships
2.00
89,975
Administrative Secretary
1.00
39,583
Liaison I
8.25
228,520
TOTAL SALARIES
12.25
450,618
TOTAL BENEFITS
198,030
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
12.25
648,648
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 027 - Family-School Partnerships
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
9.15
189,286
4.00
218,234
12.25
450,618
232,384
106.5%
Benefits
76,319
90,685
198,030
107,345
118.4%
Purchased Services
75,290
130,200
80,567
-49,633
-38.1%
Supplies
31,121
200
200
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
21
100
100
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
9.15
372,036
4.00
439,419
12.25
729,515
290,096
66.0%
Family-School Partnerships → Parent University, RC087
Description of Responsibilities
Parent  University  offers  free  learning  sessions  each  year  that 
are designed to help families build skills, knowledge and support 
systems to advocate for the success of their students.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC087
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Parent University Coordinator
1.00
54,266
Secretary
1.00
29,265
TOTAL SALARIES
2.00
83,531
TOTAL BENEFITS
33,880
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
2.00
117,412
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 087 - Parent University
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
2.58
76,607
2.00
82,176
2.00
83,531
1,355
1.6%
Benefits
32,143
32,883
33,880
997
3.0%
Purchased Services
36,451
500
500
0
0.0%
Supplies
14,978
53,478
53,478
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
65
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
2.58
160,244
2.00
169,038
2.00
171,390
2,352
1.4%
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Page 84 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER
Strategic Initiatives within 
Envision WCSD 2020
(information compiled March 2015) - Family-School Partnerships
Initiative  3.2.1:  Strengthen  and  Enhance  Family  School 
Partnerships and Communications
Current Status of Initiative
The  Department  of  Family  School  Partnerships  has  initiated 
various initiatives this school year that align to the WCSD initiative 
3.2.1. This work includes:
Program/Initiative
Implementation SY2014-15
Academic Parent Teacher Teams
2 schools - WestEd model
5 additional schools - Whole 
School model
Family Graduation Advocates
9 Americorps - 9th grade
4 Full-time high schools
Family Friendly Walk-throughs
34 school walk-throughs 
completed
Infinite Campus Parent Portal
Taught through Parent University
Parent Teacher Home Visit Project
20 schools - 232 certified, 31 
classified
Parent University
Families from 88 schools, 300 
classes, 2 family access days
SFP - Family Engagement Plans
All schools have a plan
Barriers to Full Implementation of Initiative 3.2.1
•  Competing priorities in schools
•  Teachers to lead Parent University classes during the day
•  Family barriers to accessing their child’s school
•  Staff expectations of families
•  Funding non-Title I schools for Home Visits
•  Turnover with Family Graduation Advocates
Initiative 3.2.1 metrics include:
•  Annual  parent  registration/surveys  from  WCSD-
sponsored activities
•  Exit Surveys
•  Parent University workshop feedback/reports
•  Sign-in sheets
•  Student data-bases such as Infinite Campus
•  Teacher Surveys
Measurements used to gauge implementation and success
The Department of Family School Partnerships strives to increase 
family  access  to  various  supports  through  the  continuation  of 
services at  WCSD. The below  diagram  reflects  the  increase  in 
enrollment and participation of parents in WCSD sessions:
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15 
YTD
Parent University
(total participants)
1,131
2,386
3,175
1,948 
(Jan 2015)
Parent Teacher 
Home Visits
(number visits)
339 
(Title I 
funds)
519
(Title I 
funds)
1,251
872 
(Jan 2015)
Academic Parent 
Teacher Teams
1 school
(Pilot Year)
1 school
(Pilot Year)
93% agree
built 
capacity 
to support 
learning
95% agree 
(Jan 2015)
Americorps 
Family 
Graduation 
Advocates
(families reached)
63%
77%
83%
58% 
(Jan 2015)
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC), RC210
Description of Responsibilities
The Department of JROTC provides support for high schools with 
JROTC  through  motivating  young people  to  be  better  citizens. 
JROTC accomplishes this by promoting self and team discipline, 
responsibility, and selfless service. Each Cadet within the program 
must continually set a positive example for the entire high school. 
Specifically, JROTC students will be able to appreciate the ethical 
values  and  principles  that  underlie  good  citizenship,  develop 
leadership potential, think logically and to communicate effectively 
with others, appreciate the importance of high school graduation 
for a successful future, and learn about college and other advanced 
educational  and  employment  opportunities.  This  program  is 
offered in all 11 of the District's comprehensive high schools with 
an  emphasis on  leadership,  teamwork, and community  service. 
JROTC classes offer the opportunity for students to earn PE, 
Health, and Honors credits. The Silver State Brigade is composed 
of eight Army, one Air Force, and two Navy JROTC programs. 
JROTC battalions completed over 100,000  hours of community 
service and graduated over 92% of their senior cadets in SY2013-
14.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC210
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
JROTC Director
1.00
93,338
JROTC NCO - Military Logistics
1.00
63,688
JROTC NCO - Operations
1.00
64,996
TOTAL SALARIES
3.00
222,022
TOTAL BENEFITS
90,683
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
3.00
312,705
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Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 85
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), RC085
Description of Responsibilities
MTSS  supports  schools  in  providing  a  tiered  framework  of 
academic and behavioral supports to ensure student success. It is 
a collaborative vision of Positive Behavior Intervention and Support 
along with Response to Intervention. The goal is to ensure that 
each school fully implements and sustains muti-tiered systems of 
supports for both behavior and academics. Information is provided 
for  families,  and  resources  are  provided  for  the  professional 
development of District staff. 
The  Social  Emotional  Learning  program  promotes  a  lifelong 
process for children and adults to acquire knowledge, skills and 
dispositions related to five competencies: 
1. 
Self Awareness
2.  Self Management
3. 
Social Awareness
4. 
Relationship Skills
5. 
Responsible Decision Making Skills
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC085
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
MTSS Coordinator
1.10
98,977
Specialist - Addional Days
1.00
3,096
Specialist - Social & Emotional 
Learning
3.00
158,910
TOTAL SALARIES
5.10
260,983
TOTAL BENEFITS
110,267
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
5.10
371,250
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 085 - Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
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
4.05
254,454
5.00
292,972
5.10
260,983
-31,989
-10.9%
Benefits
95,760
124,358
110,267
-14,091
-11.3%
Purchased Services
24,397
17,282
17,282
0
0.0%
Supplies
117,083
66,718
66,718
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
4.05
491,693
5.00
501,330
5.10
455,250
-46,080
-9.2%
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 210 - JROTC
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
224,744
3.00
224,531
3.00
222,022
-2,509
-1.1%
Benefits
81,822
88,239
90,683
2,443
2.8%
Purchased Services
1,875
2,625
2,625
0
0.0%
Supplies
6,409
57,147
57,147
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
3.00
314,850
3.00
372,542
3.00
372,477
-66
0.0%
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Page 86 | Financial Section  
Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER
Student Athletics and Activities, RC072
Description of Responsibilities
Athletics  and Activities  Department  oversees all  aspects  of the 
interscholastic participation of our District high schools in league, 
regional, and state competition under the guidelines and provisions 
of  Nevada  Revised  Statues  and  the  Nevada  Interscholastic 
Activities Association (NIAA). This department is also responsible 
for  District  oversight  of  physical  education,  health,  student 
wellness, and the SHARE program.
The  WCSD  Wellness  Advisory  Committee  was  established  in 
response to the State Department of Agriculture’s launch of the 
State  Wellness  Policy. This  committee  will  assist the  Board  of 
Trustees in the development of a comprehensive wellness policy 
for our District.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC072
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Student Acitivity/Athletic 
Coordinator
1.00
102,833
Administrative Assistant
1.00
44,254
Athletic Trainer
1.00
4,920
Head Athletic Trainer
1.00
4,920
TOTAL SALARIES
4.00
156,927
TOTAL BENEFITS
54,630
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
4.00
211,558
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 072 - Student Athletics & Activities
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
8.00
170,903
4.00
148,491
4.00
156,927
8,437
5.7%
Benefits
47,696
53,017
54,630
1,613
3.0%
Purchased Services
527,240
560,000
640,000
80,000
14.3%
Supplies
4,566
4,433
4,433
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
67,879
23,544
23,544
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
8.00
818,284
4.00
789,485
4.00
879,535
90,050
11.4%
Truancy and Intervention, RC282
Description of Responsibilities
The Intervention Department is responsible for student attendance, 
truancy intervention, and the District's truancy/attendance officers. 
Attendance officers assume a primary responsibility for identifying 
the cause of student absences and work with schools, parents, 
and other District and community agencies to resolve attendance 
issues  to  ensure  that  all  parties  are  in  compliance  with  state 
and federal compulsory attendance  statutes, as well as District 
attendance policies and regulations. The department also serves 
as the District's liaison to the Juvenile Truancy Court.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC282
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Specialist - Intervention
1.00
81,976
Specialist - High School 
Graduation
1.00
47,798
Attendance Officer
5.00
246,380
Secretary
1.00
38,550
TOTAL SALARIES
8.00
414,704
TOTAL BENEFITS
163,018
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
8.00
577,721
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 282 - Truancy Intervention
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
515,688
8.00
413,985
8.00
414,704
718
0.2%
Benefits
192,398
159,389
163,018
3,629
2.3%
Purchased Services
4,767
6,925
6,925
0
0.0%
Supplies
4,333
3,150
3,150
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
10.00
717,186
8.00
583,449
8.00
587,796
4,347
0.7%
Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 87
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  CHIEF SCHOOL PERFORMANCE OFFICER
Office of School Performance (OSP), RC086
Description of Responsibilities
The Chief School  Performance  Officer provides leadership and 
support for six of the District's seven school areas. Efforts that affect 
the schools, regardless of area or zone, are coordinated through 
this office. This includes but is not limited to: the allocations and 
hiring  process;  supervision  of administrators;  conflict  mediation 
involving  personnel,  families,  and  students;  implementation  of 
educational  programming  and  school  district  initiatives  within 
the schools; and coordination of efforts with both academic and 
operational offices and departments. 
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC086
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Chief School Performance Officer
1.00
143,914
Executive Assistant
1.00
48,823
TOTAL SALARIES
2.00
192,737
TOTAL BENEFITS
67,536
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
2.00
260,273
Chief School 
Performance Officer
Area 4 Schools
Area 5 Schools
Acceleration Area 
Schools
Area 1 Schools
Area 3 Schools
Area 2 Schools
OVERALL GENERAL FUND BUDGET - Chief School Performance 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
1.00
140,590
2.00
190,465
2.00
192,737
2,272
1.2%
Benefits
46,451
64,434
67,536
3,103
4.8%
Purchased Services
70,985
55,300
55,300
0
0.0%
Supplies
11,880
701,909
701,909
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
1.00
269,907
2.00
1,012,108
2.00
1,017,482
5,375
0.5%
The General Fund budget amount is distributed between the following budget units or Responsibility Centers:
Office of School Performance
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 086 - Office of School Performance
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
140,590
2.00
190,465
2.00
192,737
2,272
1.2%
Benefits
46,451
64,434
67,536
3,103
4.8%
Purchased Services
70,985
55,300
55,300
0
0.0%
Supplies
11,880
701,909
701,909
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
0
0
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
1.00
269,907
2.00
1,012,108
2.00
1,017,482
5,375
0.5%
Strategic Initiatives within 
Envision WCSD 2020
(information 
compiled March 2015)
The Office of  School  Performance is  the  primary owner  of the 
following initiatives:
Initiative  1.5.1:  Alternative  Education  Redesign 
(co-owned  with 
Chief Student Support Services Officer
Initiative  3.2.1:  Strengthen  and  Enhance  Family/School 
Partnership and  Communications 
(co-owned with  Chief Student 
Support Services Officer)
Initiative 5.1.1: School Climate and Culture 
(co-owned with Chief 
Student Support Services Officer)
Initiative: 5.1.2: Improving Parent/School Resolution Process
Measurements  used  to  gauge  implementation  and  success  of 
initiatives and of major programs not related to an initiative:
Key metrics for the Office of School Performance include:
•  Graduation Rate
•  Kindergarten reading at grade level or above
•  Narrowed achievement gaps
•  Adequate  growth  among  all  students  in  grades  4-8  (as 
measured through the State growth model)
Effective June 23, 2015
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Fiscal Year 2015-16
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  AREA SUPERINTENDENT, ACCELERATION ZONE
Acceleration Area Superintendent's Office, RC277
Description of Responsibilities
Each Area  Superintendent  directly supervises  the  principals for 
schools in his or her area.
Schools have been  placed into the Acceleration  Zone  because 
of  patterns  of  low  performance  and  the  need  for  accelerated 
improvement.  Because  each  of  these  schools  is  connected  to 
other schools that comprise high school verticals within the five 
traditional  areas,  coordination  with  other Area  Superintendents 
is a critical responsibility. Entrance into the Acceleration Zone is 
predicated  on  school  performance  trends  and  Superintendent 
recommendations. All schools are expected to improve annually 
but there is a greater sense and need for urgency within these 
designated buildings. Exit from the zone is predicated on sustained 
academic gains.
Zoom programming first introduced in the 2013 legislative biennium 
has been implemented in 8 schools, including seven Acceleration 
Zone schools. Based on the Governor’s proposal, Zoom may be 
expanded substantially during the 2015 legislative session.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC277
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Area Superintendent
1.00
132,563
Executive Assistant
0.50
29,676
TOTAL SALARIES
1.50
162,239
TOTAL BENEFITS
57,024
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
1.50
219,263
Please see the Schools Section for budget information related to the individual schools in the Acceleration Area.
Lincoln Park ES
Loder ES
Mathews ES
Sun Valley ES
Veterans ES
Warner ES
Anderson ES
Booth ES
Corbett ES
Desert Heights ES
Duncan ES
Elmcrest ES
Acceleration Area  Superintendent
Sparks HS
OVERALL GENERAL FUND BUDGET - Area Superintendent, Acceleration Area
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
482.63
21,597,262
492.20
21,929,224
492.20
22,026,492
97,268
0.4%
Benefits
8,812,184
9,455,685
9,711,563
255,878
2.7%
Purchased Services
69,006
106,728
106,728
0
0.0%
Supplies
479,063
414,538
416,038
1,500
0.4%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
2,644
4,775
4,775
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
482.63
30,960,158
492.20
31,910,949
492.20
32,265,596
354,647
1.1%
The General Fund budget amount is distributed between the following budget units or Responsibility Centers:
Acceleration Area Superintendent's Office
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 277 - Acceleration Zone Office
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
1.75
200,998
1.50
160,507
1.50
162,239
1,732
1.1%
Benefits
69,469
54,208
57,024
2,815
5.2%
Purchased Services
5,226
675
675
0
0.0%
Supplies
4,168
13,200
13,200
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
250
250
250
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
1.75
280,111
1.50
228,841
1.50
233,388
4,547
2.0%
Effective June 23, 2015
Washoe County School District
Financial Section | Page 89
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP:  AREA SUPERINTENDENT, AREA  1
Area 1 Superintendent's Office, RC271
Description of Responsibilities
Each Area  Superintendent  directly supervises  the  principals for 
schools in his or her area. 
Two Way Immersion (TWI) programming currently exists in three 
WCSD elementary schools, including two Area 1 schools. TWI first 
began at Jesse Beck ES in 2008-09. It provides a strong academic 
emphasis. Area 1 is proud to have its first K-8 school. Mt. Rose ES 
began serving 7th grade students in 2013-14 and will see the first 
“graduating” 8th graders in 2014-15.
2015-16 POSITION SUMMARY, RC271
POSITION DESCRIPTION
FTEs
AMOUNT
Area Superintendent
1.00
133,263
Executive Assistant
0.50
25,083
TOTAL SALARIES
1.50
158,346
TOTAL BENEFITS
56,495
TOTAL GENERAL FUND S&B
1.50
214,841
OVERALL GENERAL FUND BUDGET - Area Superintendent, Area 1
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
830.00
34,056,764
831.45
34,131,294
831.45
34,344,997
213,704
0.6%
Benefits
13,604,152
14,548,355
14,962,213
413,858
2.8%
Purchased Services
411,575
562,335
640,793
78,458
14.0%
Supplies
859,283
721,280
718,637
-2,643
-0.4%
Property
0
24,600
21,600
-3,000
-12.2%
Other
6,812
13,145
13,380
235
1.8%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
830.00
48,938,585
831.45
50,001,009
831.45
50,701,620
700,612
1.4%
The General Fund budget amount is distributed between the following budget units or Responsibility Centers:
Area 1 Superintendent's Office
Please see the Schools Section for budget information related to the individual schools in Area 1.
GENERAL FUND BUDGET FOR RESPONSIBILITY CENTER 271 - Zone 1 Office
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
171,241
1.50
156,726
1.50
158,346
1,621
1.0%
Benefits
53,813
53,730
56,495
2,765
5.1%
Purchased Services
7
725
725
0
0.0%
Supplies
26,239
12,900
12,900
0
0.0%
Property
0
0
0
0
0.0%
Other
0
500
500
0
0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND 
2.00
251,301
1.50
224,581
1.50
228,966
4,386
2.0%
Effective June 23, 2015
Cold Springs MS
O'Brien MS
Swope MS
North Valleys HS
Reno HS
TMCC Magnet HS
Area  1 Superintendent
Beck ES
Caughlin Ranch ES
Gomm ES
Gomes ES
Hunter Lake ES 
Lemmon Valley ES
Mount Rose ES
Silver Lake ES
Alice Smith ES
Stead
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