District Budget by Major Group

Dollar Amounts are in Millions
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4 YEAR OLD TK PROGRAM$55.78$0.00$0.00$55.78Program designed to prepare 4 year old students for kindergarten who are not part of the Transitional Kindergarten program.
ACADEMIC DECATHLON$0.86$0.00$0.00$0.86Differential supplemental salary payment (1 per participating school) for Academic Decathlon Coach, fees for participation in academic decathlon, supplies, and travel expenses.
ACCELERATED ACADEMIC LITERACY$4.06$0.00$0.00$4.06Class size reduction literacy classes for secondary schools.
ACCREDITATION$0.50$0.00$0.00$0.50Western Association of Schools & Colleges reimbursement for school applications, annual membership fees, visiting committee members expenses, and school expenses (coordinatorship, overtime, substitutes, & reprographics).
ADULT EDUCATION/REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CENTER/PROGRAMS$25.99$21.14$136.66$183.79Provides quality career technical education and training to a diverse population of high school youth and adult students.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT$1.47$0.00$0.00$1.47Reimbursement by students to take Advanced Placement tests.
AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS$7.60$26.98$0.00$34.58Afterschool programs.
A-G INTERVENTION$15.05$0.00$0.00$15.05Resources to support Board adoption of Resolution 070-14/15, "Equity on A-G: reaffirming Our commitment to A-G Life Preparation for All"
ALL CITY MARCHING BAND$0.15$0.00$0.00$0.15To provide performance opportunities for LAUSD high school musicians and auxiliary unit programs; to foster inter-school and District wide positive student relations.
ARTS PROGRAM$35.25$0.00$0.00$35.25Elementary Arts Teachers to support the Arts program.
ATHLETICS$14.08$0.00$0.00$14.08Provides auxiliary positions for Athletic Directors, athletic coach differentials, and rental of spectator materiel (i.e. bleachers) for athletic events.
AUDIT FEES AND FINDINGS$17.13$0.00$0.00$17.13Contract for the District's external audits and audit questioned costs
BEGINNING TEACHERS SUPPORT AND ASSESSMENT (BTSA)$11.03$0.00$0.00$11.03A State-approved program offered by our District to allow those teachers who have a Preliminary Teaching Credential to obtain a Professional Clear Teaching Credential. Probationary teachers who already possess a Professional Clear Credential may also par
CAFETERIA$23.96$0.00$367.59$391.56Operational support of the Cafeteria program (includes grants).
CAFETERIA - INTER-FUND TRANSFER$1.19$0.00$0.00$1.19Income and expenditures initially recorded in the General Fund and then transferred, in accordance with accounting requirements, to a special fund.
CAMPUS AIDES$26.06$0.00$0.00$26.06Campus aides for selected schools.
CAP AND GOWN$0.50$0.00$0.00$0.50Resources to provide caps and gowns to graduating seniors.
CAPITAL FUNDS$0.00$0.00$2,215.60$2,215.60Resources for the repayment of principal and interest on certificates of participation (COPs), and other capital projects.
CENTRAL OFFICE/DISTRICTS$464.69$146.85$166.31$777.85Resources that support school sites and day to day operations of the District.
CERTIFICATED SUPPLEMENTAL TIME (X Z & PROF DEVELOPMENT)$15.20$0.00$0.00$15.20Resources for additional certificated assignments.
CHARTER SCHOOL CATEGORICAL BLOCK GRANT$27.41$0.00$0.00$27.41Categorical Block Grant and Allocation in Lieu of EIA (Economic Impact Aid) for Affiliated Charter Schools from the State.
CHARTER SCHOOL FEE FOR SERVICE$9.01$0.02$0.00$9.02Charter school fees for district provided services.
CHARTER SCHOOL OVERSIGHT FEE$12.73$0.00$0.00$12.73Charter school fees for district provided services
CIVIC CENTER$6.04$0.00$0.00$6.04Rental of district facilities by community groups.
CONTRACT POOL$30.66$0.00$0.00$30.66Contract pool teachers and counselors.
COUNSELING SUPPORT$2.10$0.00$0.00$2.10Resources to support academic career & college counseling.
COUNSELORS - PUPIL SERVICES & ATTENDANCE (PSA)$4.38$0.00$0.00$4.38Works with students, parents, and school personnel to increase student attendance.
CUSTODIAL SUPPORT$0.58$0.00$0.00$0.58Supports and maintains the cleanliness of school sites and offices.
DEBT SERVICE$26.85$0.07$980.42$1,007.34Payment for principal and interest for Certificate of Participation (COPs) and other debt instruments.
DIFFERENTIALS/LONGEVITIES$0.13$0.00$0.00$0.13Supplemental salary resources for years of service, and degrees per collective bargaining.
DIPLOMA PROJECT$2.19$0.00$0.00$2.19Supports efforts to increase graduation rates at schools with highest dropout rates, including a parent engagement component on how to support learning at home and at school
DONATIONS$35.34$0.00$0.00$35.34Donations by individuals or groups to schools.
DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM$73.41$0.00$0.00$73.41Resources to support students in two-way immersion programs receiving instruction in English and a target language in the same classroom to develop academic proficiency in both languages.
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT$0.00$0.00$151.09$151.09Early Childhood Development.
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT - INTER-FUND$33.80$0.00$0.00$33.80Income and expenditures initially recorded in the General Fund and then transferred, in accordance with accounting requirements, to a special fund.
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS/ADJUSTMENTS/PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT($33.40)$202.47$0.00$169.08Payment to the state for reduced employer contribution to Public Employees' Retirement System.
EMPLOYEES LOANED TO AGENCIES/OFFICE$4.70$0.00$0.00$4.70District employees loaned to other entities. The District is reimbursed for salaries.
ENGLISH LEARNER IMPLEMENTATION AND SUPPORT$15.49$0.00$0.00$15.49Support for English Learner students to improve academic achievement.
E-RATE MATCH/REBATE$1.61$0.00$0.00$1.61Local revenue funding for the E-Rate Match/Rebate program.
EVALUATION$0.23$0.00$0.00$0.23Training instructional personnel in a robust and detailed way to view instruction.
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE/OPERATIONS$60.22$0.00$0.00$60.22Building & Grounds Workers, roving gardeners, window washing crew, landscaping, tree trimming, pest control, repair/replacement of fire extinguishers, repair of lighting for auditorium and gym.
FACILITIES NON-BOND REQUIREMENTS$0.42$0.00$0.00$0.42General Fund resources for facilities projects.
FAMILY SOURCE SYSTEM$1.44$0.00$0.00$1.44Focuses on engaging parents and students with resources to improve academic achievement and to lift families out of poverty.
FEDERAL AND STATE COMPENSATORY PROGRAMS$0.00$411.94$0.00$411.94Resources to support Federal and State Education Programs, including Title I.
FILMING$10.51$0.00$0.00$10.51Funds received from Filming and Photography. School resources yet to be allocated.
FIRE DAMAGE$1.21$0.00$0.00$1.21Repair fire damage.
FOSTER YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM$14.12$0.00$0.00$14.12Resources to increase academic and support services to Foster Youth.
GENERAL SCHOOL PROGRAM$2,494.27$0.00$0.00$2,494.27Resources to support the general school program.
GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM (GATE)$0.40$0.00$0.00$0.40Supports staff training for employees who work with gifted students.
GRANTS - SITE DETERMINED NEEDS$0.00$110.12$0.00$110.12Resources from Grants.
HOMELESS YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT PLAN$2.29$0.00$0.00$2.29Provide support as district liaisons for Homeless students and families to ensure timely enrollment, advocate for school stability, and provide supplemental services and resources as needed.
IMA-LIBRARY FINES$0.81$0.00$0.00$0.81Fees and fines for lost and damaged books.
INCENTIVE$3.15$0.00$0.00$3.15Incentives to improve Districtwide enrollment, attendance, and attendance submittal.
INDIRECT COST($134.01)$102.25$31.76$0.00Elements of cost necessary in the operation of a District or in the performance of a service that are of such nature that the amount applicable to each accounting unit cannot be determined readily.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS$54.53$0.00$0.00$54.53Resources that support and/or supplement the core instructional program and operations.
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT (VLC)$3.22$0.00$0.00$3.22Resources to support virtual learning.
INSURANCE PREMIUMS$57.36$0.00$0.00$57.36Cost of insurance coverage for liability, property, and vehicle.
INTER-FUND TRANSFERS$0.00$0.00$20.00$20.00Income and expenditures initially recorded in the General Fund and then transferred, in accordance with accounting requirements, to a special fund.
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS$0.00$0.00$1,287.22$1,287.22Payments and claims for Health and Welfare Fund and Workers' Compensation.
INTERNATIONAL BACCULAREATE PROGRAMS$1.32$0.00$0.00$1.32Resources to support International Baccalaureate Program.
ITD-SOFTWARE LICENSE AND HARDWARE$30.99$0.00$0.00$30.99Information Technology (IT) equipment, materials, and software licensing.
LCFF-COUNTY OFFICE TRANSFERS$6.00$0.00$0.00$6.00Reimbursement to County Offices of Education for District-referred students.
LIABILITY RESERVE$10.54$0.00$0.00$10.54Reserve.
LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY SUPPORT$0.20$0.00$0.00$0.20Local Control accountability support.
LOCAL INITIATIVE SCHOOL$1.12$0.00$0.00$1.12Local School Initiative support resources.
LUMP SUM VACATION$11.17$0.00$0.00$11.17Lump sum vacation and other benefits.
MAGNET SCHOOL RESOURCES$37.12$0.00$0.00$37.12Additional resources for magnet schools and centers.
MILEAGE & TUITION REIMBURSEMENT$1.10$0.00$0.00$1.10Mileage and Tuition reimbursement due to a bargaining unit agreement.
NEW SCHOOLS START UP COSTS$1.63$0.00$0.00$1.63Start-up costs for new schools, including administrators, counselors, clerical, library supplies, custodians, custodial supplies, instructional materials, general supplies, and professional development days.
NON-FILMING RENTAL$14.80$0.00$0.00$14.80Funds received from non filming rental. School resources yet to be allocated.
NURSES$0.30$0.00$0.00$0.30Support health services.
OFF-NORM & ONE TIME SCHOOL ALLOCATIONS$7.47$0.00$0.00$7.47One-time allocations such as teachers, administrators and clerical positions and other off norm positions.
ON-GOING & MAJOR MAINTENANCE$0.00$167.00$0.00$167.00Regular Routine General Maintenance program, Plant Maintenance, School Bathroom Renovation, & Plant Maintenance Salaries.
OPTIONS PROGRAM$75.23$0.00$0.00$75.23Options schools are designed to provide students a smaller, more personalized education supported by knowledgeable, supportive educators working collaboratively.
OTHER POST RETIREMENT BENEFIT$0.00$0.00$0.33$0.33Other post retirement benefits.
PAID SICK LEAVE - PART TIME EMPLOYEES$5.00$0.00$0.00$5.00Paid sick leave for part time employees.
PARA PROFESSIONAL TEACHER TRAINING$5.77$0.00$0.00$5.77A paraeducator (instructional assistant/aide) career ladder program that leads to a teacher preparation program
PARENT INVOLVEMENT$0.22$0.21$0.00$0.43Parent support through workshops, trainings, communications, and school involvement.
PERMITS & FOREIGN STUDENT SUPPORT$0.12$0.00$0.00$0.12Permits and Foreign Student Support.
PERSONNEL WITH PENDING CASES$15.00$0.00$0.00$15.00Personnel housed pending personnel action.
PROP 39 CHARTER SCHOOL CO-LOCATION$11.09$0.00$0.00$11.09Charter school fees for district provided services.
PROP 39 CLEAN ENERGY$0.00$103.43$0.00$103.43Funds that support retrofit projects which will help ensure long-term energy savings.
PROPERTY RENTALS$9.41$0.00$0.00$9.41Rental expense for leasing of school facilities.
PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORKERS$5.64$0.00$0.00$5.64Provides specialized services to identified students to remove emotional, behavioral, and family crisis barriers to learning.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS$6.35$0.00$0.00$6.35Resources provided to employees with disabilities. Resources include Education Aides, Teacher Assistants, Sign Language Interpreters, and Special Education Assistants.
REED SETTLEMENT - SUPPORT TO SCHOOL SITES$26.80$0.00$0.00$26.80Resources to improve teacher retention and academic achievement at Reed schools.
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM$11.03$0.00$0.00$11.03Program to help improve student behavior and provide alternatives to suspensions and expulsions.
RETIREMENT BONUS$9.30$0.00$0.00$9.30Annuity liability for early retirement incentive offered in 2009-2010.
RUBBISH/TRASH DISPOSAL$19.15$0.00$0.00$19.15Trash disposal for all schools and offices.
SALARY OVERPAYMENT$3.00$0.00$0.00$3.00Estimated salary overpayments of District personnel.
SCHOOL DETERMINED NEEDS$0.43$0.00$0.00$0.43Resources to support school determined needs
SCHOOL POLICE$63.02$0.00$0.00$63.02Safety and security for schools and district property.
SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT (MCSA)$11.46$0.00$0.00$11.46Microcomputer Support Assistants assigned to provide onsite local technical support for schools.
SCIENCE CENTERS$0.73$0.00$0.00$0.73Science Centers
SPECIAL EDUCATION$181.53$1,324.65$0.00$1,506.17Resources to support Special Education.
SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERDISTRICT EXCESS COST PAYMENT$0.65$0.00$0.00$0.65General Fund Unrestricted support for the Special Education program.
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT$0.25$0.00$0.00$0.25Resources to support student engagement as specified under the Local Control Funding Formula.
STUDENT ENROLLMENT PLACEMENT ASSESSMENT$1.11$0.00$0.00$1.11Provides assistance for families with special student populations such as unaccompanied youth, homeless, and foster youth that need extra help with the LAUSD enrollment process, beyond the school's resources.
STUDENT HEALTH AND HUMAN SUPPORT PERSONNEL$19.53$28.03$0.00$47.56Provides health, mental health, and learning support services to students.
SUMMER SCHOOL-CREDIT RECOVERY$2.00$0.00$0.00$2.00To fund the summer school program for credit recovery courses.
TARGETED STUDENT POPULATION$980.82$132.38$0.00$1,113.20Resources to support the academic achievement of low-income, English learner, foster youth and other at-risk populations as required under the Local Control Funding Formula.
TECHNOLOGY$12.06$0.00$0.00$12.06Technology infrastructure and support for schools.
TELEPHONE$13.83$0.00$0.00$13.83Telephone services for all schools.
TESTING$2.36$0.00$0.00$2.36Standards and assessment testing, and testing coordinator differentials for select schools.
TEXTBOOKS$107.87$23.13$0.00$131.00District funded textbooks.
TRANSFERS CHARTER SUPPLEMENTAL CATEGORICAL BLOCK GRANT$1.00$0.00$0.00$1.00Transfers to charter supplemental categorical block grant.
TRANSPORTATION$94.46$0.00$0.00$94.46Bus transportation for all District traveling program students including magnet.
UTILITIES$126.30$0.00$0.00$126.30Electrical, water, and gas expenses for schools.
UTLA RELEASE TIME$0.55$0.00$0.00$0.55Authorized release time for teachers.
VEHICLE REPAIRS/REPLACEMENT$26.58$0.00$0.00$26.58Vehicle maintenance expenditures for school buses.
WATER/TOXIC TESTING/FEES & PERMIT (CA CLEAN AIR)$3.65$0.00$0.00$3.65Air Quality Management district fees.