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11 Cont'd From Page 9 t The school districtaudit the district in the 'finan- approved by the board Sue Snelson was resigned for a different report was one of the best cial recognition" category as high school head cus- approved by the board as job. ones. ever according to according to the state todian. Mr. Fagan hasa speeialeducationteacher Garrett LaVault was Superintendent Hamm. board and the auditor,been employed by Pleas- aide. She retums to Mount approved by the board Out of a possible score Bottom line, the district ant Plains for many years Pulaski Grade School in as a volunteer helper for of 4.0 the school district has a solid financial base. and Mr. Morgan said he is this position, replacing a soccer. Mr. Morgan said O received a 3.9. That places James Fagan was doing a good job. previous higher that had these are not jobs that ,. you can walk into because 41 Graduates - Mt. Pulaski High School Class of 2015 you have to have 10 to 12 hours of online classes to As of graduation day, the following were the immediate, individual, "post high school" work-advanced educe- qualify for these types of tional plans of the 41 MPHS Grads. The Class of 2015 earned a total of $462,000 in scholarships, volunteer positions. I,,,t gl Purdue University Undecided/Interior Design Principal Gene Newton Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Eastern Illinois University reported that this year University of Illinois Illinois Central College the fifth grade has 100% Undecided University of Tennessee-Knoxville participation in the grade Lincoln Land Community College Heartland Community College school band. Mr. Newton Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Millikin University also reported that the Undecided University of Texas- San Antonio newly instituted breakfast Lincoln College Illinois Central College program started off the Lincoln College DePaul University first day with three stu- Undecided/Auto mechanics/Work Undecided dents and now there is a Parkland Community College University of Illinois 30 to 40-student average Richland Community College Undecided/Criminal Justice for the morning breakfast. Undecided Undecided/Radiation Therapy Program Mr. Morgan reported Richland Community College Olivet Nazarene University that the newly instituted Illinois State University Lincoln Land Community College high school breakfast pro- Lincoln Land Community College Lincoln Christian University gram started off averaging Work in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska Lincoln College 18 to 20-students and now Western Illinois University Lincoln Land Community College there is a an average of 180 Undecided Iowa Wesleyan College students enjoying break- Missouri State University Lincoln Land Community College fast at the high school. Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Mt. Pulaski CUD #23 FY16 Budget Sept. 21 Hearing Presentation by Superintendent Todd Hamm The FY16 Budget strives to... Expenditures FY 15 Focus on Fiscal Responsibility and Program Sustain- FY 16 Budget ability Salaries Support Students Needs Employee Benefits RtI Interventions Purchased Services Social/Emotionai Needs Supplies & Materials Enrichment to Challenge Students Capital Outlay A Continued Focus on Integrating Technology into Fund the Curriculum Work on Building Positive Relationships in our Mt. Education Pulaski Community Operations & Maintenance State Funding - Reduced Debt Service FY 15 Payments $344,208 Transportation FY 16 Payments $331,623 IMRF Federal Funding - Reduced Capital Projects Title I Working Cash FY 15 Payments $57,541 Tort FY 16 Payments $52,855 Federal Funding - Reduced Title II FY 15 Payments $37,459 FY 16 Payments $23,657 Summary of Revenues FY 16 Direct Revenue Totals $6,591,643 FY 15 Direct Revenue Totals $6,573,327 Total Difference: Increase $18,316 FY 15 Budget $3,408,913 $3,323,808 $778,618 $779,324 $781,046 $608,281 $526,534 $558,740 $406,776 $710,698 Fire Prevention & Safe Beginning 7/1/2014 671,656 626,979 15,106 100,734 192,185 167,985 334,750 10,074 60,064 Balance Projected Total Budget Budget Item Revenues Expenditures Budgeted Amount $6,591,643 $6,173,825 Ending 6/30/2015 1,021,761 576,632 63,191 98,761 147,948 163,485 385,225 35,894 84,710 Balance MPGS PASE Fundraiser with Schwan's Schwan's Home Deliv- ery offers over 350 deli- cious foods, flash-frozen at the peak of freshness and conveniently delivered to your door. 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