Welcome to EGUSD Budget Watch
Following five years of state budget cuts that led to more than $110 million in reductions, for the first time in several years, thanks to the voters’ passage of Proposition 30, EGUSD is not making budget cuts for the 2013-2014 school year.
This does not mean that EGUSD does not face fiscal challenges. Like all school districts across the state, EGUSD continues to climb out of the worst depression since the great repression. The district continues to face a significant structural deficit that is exacerbated by annual cost increases.
EGUSD staff are monitoring information from the federal government and the State of California, including federal sequestration and the Governor’s proposed Local Control Funding Formula. Updates will be posted on Budget Watch as the district receives new information on the State budget and its impact on public education.
EGUSD would like to thank the community for its support of Proposition 30.
- Following five years of state budget cuts that led to more than $110 million in reductions, for the first time in several years, thanks to the voters’ passage of Proposition 30, EGUSD is not making budget cuts for the 2013-2014 school year.
Recent Site Articles
Proposition 30 Passes!
by webmaster on 15th November 2012
On November 6, 2012, California voters passed Proposition 30 (The Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012) by Read full article »
EGUSD Board of Education adopts resolution in support of Proposition 30
by webmaster on 2nd October 2012
At the September 21, 2012, Board of Education meeting, the Elk Grove Unified School District’s Board of Education adopted a Read full article »
Governor Brown Releases May Revise
by admin on 1st June 2012
On May 14, Governor Jerry Brown released his May Revision to his 2012-2013 budget proposal. This revision reflected a budget Read full article »
- Proposition 30 Passes!