JCSD1 Passes 2021-22 Budget

The Johnson County School Board, during their regular meeting Monday night, passed their budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year.

Business Manager Tom Sarvey gave a presentation on the budget to the board, who then voted to adopt it for the coming year.

According to the budget documents, the overall total appropriation is $31.1 million which includes $21.7 million in expenditures; $1.2 million in interfund transfers and $4.8 million in special revenue funds.

There is $2.2 million in major maintenance funds; $225,000 to BOCHES; and $32,000 in the debt service fund.

Enterprise funds include $731,000 for food service; $45,000 in the teacherage fund; and $25,000 for the tiny house fund.

The District will levy 12 additional mills or $3,769,218 for the Wyoming School

Foundation Fund; .5 mill or $157,051 for Johnson County BOCHES; and 1.0 mill or $314,101 for the Johnson County Recreation Board.

The taxes from these levies go directly to the State of Wyoming, Johnson County BOCHES and the Johnson County Recreation Board.

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