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PGCPS Operating Budget FY 2015
Last modified: 10/2/2013 11:14:41 AM
PGCPS FY2015 Budget

The Prince George’s County Public Schools FY2014 budget will focus resources on the maintenance of core services and programs that directly impact teaching and learning. The budget will also support our primary goals of ensuring that students have the tools for academic success, there are effective teachers in every classroom, and that students are college- and career-ready upon graduation.

PGCPS adopts a balanced budget each year. Budget development for the next school year begins in the fall with public hearings and ends in late spring with the Board of Education’s adoption of a final budget. This budget is presented to county officials and covers the fiscal year from July 1 through June 30.

Where does our money come from?

Funding for public education comes from federal, state and local sources. Some funding sources are restricted, and can only be used for specific budget items. View a presentation on the annual budget process. - Proceso del Presupuesto Anual de PGCPS

How do we determine how much money individual schools receive?

In the past, we have used a formula based on student enrollment to determine how much money each school receives. This year, we are transitioning to a Student Based Budgeting (SBB) model, which will help us match resources to students’ needs. Read more about SBB.

Submit Your Comments 

- See more at: http://ektron.pgcps.org/budget/14.aspx#sthash.KlVgkXxj.dpThe Prince George’s County Public Schools FY2014 budget will focus resources on the maintenance of core services and programs that directly impact teaching and learning. The budget will also support our primary goals of ensuring that students have the tools for academic success, there are effective teachers in every classroom, and that students are college- and career-ready upon graduation.

 Budget FY15PGCPS adopts a balanced budget each year. Budget development for the next school year begins in the fall with public hearings and ends in late spring with the Board of Education’s adoption of a final budget. This budget is presented to county officials and covers the fiscal year from July 1 through June 30. 

  Submit Your Comments  

 
Where does our money come from? 

Funding for public education comes from federal, state and local sources. Some funding sources are restricted, and can only be used for specific budget items.

How do we determine how much money individual schools receive?

In the past, we have used a formula based on student enrollment to determine how much money each school receives. This year, we are transitioning to a Student Based Budgeting (SBB) model, which will help us match resources to students’ needs. Read more about SBB.

 

The Prince George’s County Public Schools FY2014 budget will focus resources on the maintenance of core services and programs that directly impact teaching and learning. The budget will also support our primary goals of ensuring that students have the tools for academic success, there are effective teachers in every classroom, and that students are college- and career-ready upon graduation.

PGCPS adopts a balanced budget each year. Budget development for the next school year begins in the fall with public hearings and ends in late spring with the Board of Education’s adoption of a final budget. This budget is presented to county officials and covers the fiscal year from July 1 through June 30.

Where does our money come from?

Funding for public education comes from federal, state and local sources. Some funding sources are restricted, and can only be used for specific budget items. View a presentation on the annual budget process. - Proceso del Presupuesto Anual de PGCPS

How do we determine how much money individual schools receive?

In the past, we have used a formula based on student enrollment to determine how much money each school receives. This year, we are transitioning to a Student Based Budgeting (SBB) model, which will help us match resources to students’ needs. Read more about SBB.

Submit Your Comments 

- See more at: http://ektron.pgcps.org/budget/14.aspx#sthash.KlVgkXxj.dpuf

FY 2015 Budget Development Timeline

December 2013 - Chief Executive Officer's Proposed Operating Budget to the Board

BOE Operating Budget Work Sessions and Public Hearings

January 27, 2014:

  • 5:00 pm Budget Work Session
  • 7:00 PM Budget Public Hearing

February 19, 2014:

  •  7:00 PM Budget Public Hearing

February 25, 2014:

  • 5:00 PM Budget Work  Session
  • 7:00 PM Budget Public Hearing

February 27, 2014 - BOE Requested Operating Budget Adoption

March 1, 2014 - BOE submits Requested Operating Budget to the County Executive

June 2014 - BOE Reconciles with County Approved Budget

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