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r_ea~i~=r Bulletin ~[~ht~[~| NeWS wednesday, July 11,2001 SA PLUMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ADA COMPARISON FISCAL YEARS, 1995-2002 I PUSD-ADA] PLUMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT CHARTER SCHOOL-ADA COMPARISON FISCAL YEARS, 1999-2002 (POTENTIAL LOSS IN PUSD REVENUE: ($651,682)) 160 140 120 100 80 8O 40 20 0 I CHARTER-ADA 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 50 72 99 141 141 I CHARTE R-ADA I -----Poly. (CHARTER~ADA)] ew Plumas Unified School ] velvet (PUSD) adopted a the udget, which will re- d aM state approval, but LdvaJ are casualties--10.5 rile positions. d.. hers aren't,being laid to Just aren t being,re :ime ! when they retire. It s a )st dthat is expected to last ludil t two years. arcslstant Superintendent at Meeker predicted the another 10 teaching is apns in the 2002-03 school I hlS" i and another five" In" ble That's because the of children who at- _ hool in the PUSD is de- re , and its correspond- " g nrollment is the # roblem PUSD faces in 3 xt few years, but not .tone is moving awa , . _ Y" Lat simply choosing an on I# alternative school. The Plumas Charter School is offering students an alter- native to the traditional classroom, but it is coming at a cost to the school district-- to more than a half million dollars annually. In 2001-02, the state will pay the school district $4,626 per average daily attendance. This payment is called the state revenue limit. While Meeker believes PUSD will receive $15.6 mil- lion, an additional $651,000 will go to the Charter School. Though PUSD is losing stu- dents, the Charter School is gaining pupils. (See related charts.) In addition to the revenue limit, the school district re ceives from the state the fol lowing revenue: K-3 class size reduction, $737,942 _....#e Plurnas-Sierra, Cattle en awarded $3,000 in .._...Jlrships for 2o0] to kw.al Sates of Plumas and .;a COunty 90/ . stu high schools. - dent will receive fall after beginning ~ urse ot study. Receiv- holarships are :Aman- cromer, Greenville High ol; Jennifer Fint, Sam lalena and R. J. Weaver, Loyalton High School; and second-year recipients, Tim Reid, a graduate of Quincy High School, and Christina Pasquetti, of Loyalton High School. The amount and number of scholarships are deter- mined from the ticket sales of the Cattlewomen's hand-em- broidered brand quilt of local Plumas and Sierra county ASPHALT PAVING & SEALCOATING # HOT CRACKFILLER . GRADING o CHIPSEAL EST. STATE WIDE SERVICE RES & COM. BIGGS AVE C12 LIC. #762465 ville CA. 95965 (530) 532-4572 or (530) 534-5506 Governor's programs, $295,904 Medical billing, $50,235 High achieving schools, $95,205 Other income includes: Local income, $819,107 Transfers in from other budget items, $887,812 The bulk of PUSD's expens- es is salary and benefits. Ex- penses include: Certificated personnel $9.4 million Classified personnel, $2.03 million Books and supplies, $896,945 Travel and conferences, $121,240 Insurance, $85,000 Utilities, $727,942 Rentals, $144,831 PLUMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SALARIES $12,000,000.00 $10,000,000.00 $8,000,000.00 $6,000,000,00 $4,000,000 O0 $2,000,000.00 S" lID EXPENDITURES & TOTAL EXPENDITURES FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 BENEFITS-78.75% OF EXPENDITURES In EXPENOITURES I ips ranches. The quilt is hand- made each year. The quilt is being displayed throughout both counties and tickets may be purchased from members. SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 ,ante a,,d I ..... Xnd ..... di: ..... ., &c h-:t ,~ay t ....... th,,,,. I'OI,\'TS ~,, :..,,,, ray ,all+lied ,, hil,., y,,,, I,,.,,.. C,,me get the detail, and up [or our C.,.,.unity Meetln~ ,erie,. JOIN ANYTIME Monday, July 16, 2001, 5:00 p.m. Community United Methodist Church NL=IM 282 Jackson Street, Quincy , 2000 ~ ~chml ImNio~d. In owner of the WEIGHT WATCHER~ ir-~demark .,MI n~ reserved J Tom DeMund author of "'Feather River. Country Adventure Trails" Friday, July 13th 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm 373 W. Main St. Quincy 283-BOOK Plumas, Sierra & Lassen Counties ~,: COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE u Business Home Auto I m ~ 1883 400 Main Quincy tic o1 o a5 I ;tad Bates as low as per month! Don't trust just anyone to insure your car, ace me: Richard K. Stockton, CLU Agent 65 West Main Slme{, Quincy (530) 283-0565 FARM INSURANCE neighbor, State Farm is there.@ Unlimited E-mail & Internet Connections from a local provider Quincy - sign up at Scott Tanner Business Equipment and Q-net - 352 Lawrence St. Sus=nville - Sign Up at the Appliance Warehouse 230 Richmond Road Portola - Sign Up at the Digital Outpost- 142 Gulling Local Numbers for Susanville Quincy Portola Loyalton Chester Lake Almanor Greenville Slerraville Surrounding Areas E-mail Internet. E.commerce Web Hosting 284-1515 or toll free (888) 219-1954 Open Mo . - Sat. 341 Main St., Greenville Today whether you're taking cam of a class- room, customers or a home, the last thing you need is another full-time job. That's why, when it's time to sell your home, you need someone with the expertise and time to get the job done right. 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