The largest individual move is $5.3 million from the CTE instructional funding line to the department's facilities project funding. According to district documents, the CTE budget was originally increased by $5.7 million to meet the 3-year-rolling average of 55% by the end of 2021.
"The increased funding $5.7 million was originally approved in the Instructional category but the department is planning to spend most of the funds to complete construction type projects in the facilities acquisition and construction category," district documents state.
Additionally, $854,500 was moved from instructional to facilities and maintenance operations to cover the increase in premium costs for property and casual insurance. Within the allotted budget for district schools, $300,000 was moved from instructional leadership to instructional to cover classroom substitute teachers, supplies and equipment. Another $300,000 was moved from instructional leadership to curriculum and staff development to cover the cost of planned professional development.