Transparency SDIRC

Transparency SDIRC

SDIRC is committed to providing fiscal transparency to the community we serve. This page provides a central location where community members can access information on SDIRC's spending, budget, and revenues. If you find that the content on this page does not meet, or exceed the requirements of Florida Statute 1011.035, please contact the webmaster.  For information about Florida's government spending, you can visit www.TransparencyFlorida.gov

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SDIRC Budget Books

Our annual budget process involves three drafts. Our first draft of the budget includes conference report data is called the Preliminary, or Proposed budget. The next version includes the bulk of the budget with the second calculation figures that are provided by the state. The Tentative Budget is advertised to the public. The final version is called the Beginning, or Official Budget. This is the final budget that has been approved by the School Board and submitted to the Florida Department of Education. 

2017-2018 Summary Financial Efficiency Data for Schools and District

The table below was created, per Florida Statute 1011.035, to provide visitors with a quick summary of our district and each school's fiscal efficiency.  For each school and the district, we compared three data points:


SCHOOLS TOTAL SCHOOL EXPENDITURES 
PER STUDENT
STUDENT TO INSTRUCTIONAL
PERSONNEL RATIO
SCHOOL GRADE
Alternative Center for Education $36,642   9.8 : 1 B
Beachland Elementary $9,584   14.9 : 1 C
Citrus Elementary $9,789   14.1 : 1
Dodgertown Elementary $11, 834   12.9 : 1  C
Fellsmere Elementary $10,416   13.9 : 1 C
Gifford Middle School $10,107    17.7 : 1  B
Glendale $9,556   14.2 : 1 C
Indian River Academy $9,444   16.9 : 1 C
Liberty Magnet Elementary $8,823   15.9 : 1 A
Osceola magnet Elementary $9,144    14.8 : 1 A
Oslo Middle School  $9,333   16.3 : 1 C
Pelican Island elementary $12,724   11.9 : 1 C
Rosewood Elementary $8,771   14.6 : 1 B
Sebastian Elementary $11,298   15.7 : 1 B
Sebastian River High School $8,563   18.3 : 1 B
Sebastian River Middle School $8,195   17.6 : 1  C
Storm Grove Middle School $7,457    21.1 : 1 C
Treasure Coast Elementary $8,978   14.9 : 1 A
Vero Beach Elementary $10,693   15.8 : 1 D
Vero Beach High School $7,589   20.9 : 1 B
Wabasso School for Exceptional Students $40,942   13.3 : 1 A
District $9,263   16.7 : 1 B

Notes:

  • The data we used is from 2017-2018 and will be updated once all the 2018-2019 data is in. 
  • The total operating cost per student is taken the School Financial Reports.
  • The school grades are taken from our District's report cards. We invite you to view each School's Report Card for more information about the success of our schools and district.
  • If you have questions, or would like more information, please fill out our contact form below. We would love to add your question to our FAQ section.

 


District Fiscal Trends

School District of Indian River County



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019   15.6 : 1 304.4  : 1    
2017-2018   16.7 : 1 310.6 : 1  $9,263 -
2016-2017  17.2 : 1 312.2 : 1  $8,746 $4,792.20
2015-2016      $8,545 $4,809.50


School District of Indian River County



General Administrative Expenditures as a Percentage of the Total Budget  
Total Expenditure Budget General Administrative Expenditures
Percent of Total Budget 
2017-2018   $152,363,095.21   $520,643.17    0.34%
2016-2017  $145,817,072.96   $750,087.61   0.51%
2015-2016  $143,941,000.00  
$664,000.00    0.46%


School District of Indian River County



 
The Rate of Change in the General Fund's Ending Balance Not Classified as Restricted 
 
Ending General Fund Rate of Change
2017-2018   $14,641,099.86      -7%
2016-2017  $15,802,736.64      
 -11%
2015-2016  $17,769,999.00
 14%




School District of Indian River County



Revenues - All Governmental Funds
Federal State
Local  Total 
2017-2018   $18,193,656   $520,643.17    $127,713,564 $193,330,173
2016-2017  $17,760,590   $750,087.61   $125,383,046 $190,234,242
2015-2016  $17,961,307  
$43,338,770    $125,410,302 $186,710,378

2017-2018 SDIRC Revenues

2016-2017 SDIRC Revenues
 
2015-2016 SDIRC Revenues 
 2017-2018   2016-2017   2015-2016 

School Fiscal Trends

The tables below illustrate fiscal trends over three years using data points required by Florida Statute 1011.035. These data points are:

  • the ratio of full-time equivalent students to full-time equivalent instructional personnel,
  • the ratio of full-time equivalent students to full-time equivalent administrative personnel,
  • the total operating expenditures per full-time equivalent student, and
  • the total instructional expenditures per full-time equivalent student.

 

Alternative Center for Education



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019   5.6 : 1  45 : 1    
2017-2018  9.8 : 1 49 : 1  $36,642 $16,256.43
2016-2017 8.5 : 1  68 : 1  $28,676 $16,426.61
2015-2016      $39,912  $22,288.88


Beachland Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019   14.3 : 1        45 : 1    
2017-2018  14.9 : 1  245.5 : 1  $9,584 $5,286.99
2016-2017  14.7 : 1  227.5 : 2  $9,151 $5,041.46
2015-2016      $9,069  $5095.07


Citrus Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    13.4 : 1 376.5 : 5    
2017-2018   14.1 : 1      381 : 1  $9,789 $5,694.23
2016-2017  14.6 : 1   372.5 : 2  $9,775 $5,707.17
2015-2016      $8,996  $5,212.59


Dodgertown Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
 2018-2019   11.7 : 1   211 : 1    
2017-2018   13.9 : 1    229 : 1  $11,834 $6,583.10
2016-2017  15.6 : 1  234.5 : 1  $11,404 $6,191.48
2015-2016      $10,371  $6,014.46


Fellsmere Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
 2018-2019   13.4 : 1 301.5 : 1    
2017-2018   13.9 : 1  313.5 : 1  $10,416 $5,442.31
2016-2017  15:1  339.5 : 1  $8,918 $4,651.74
2015-2016      $9,174  $4,888.14


Gifford Middle School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019  14.7 : 1     230 : 1    
2017-2018   17.7 : 1 247.3 : 1  $10,107 $5,242.28
2016-2017  18.9 : 1      283 : 7  $8,295 $4,327
2015-2016      $8,621 $4,500.52


Glendale Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019   14.2 : 1 312.5 : 1     
2017-2018   14:2 : 1 312.5 : 1  $9,556 $5,484.04
2016-2017  15.5 : 1  318.5 : 1  $8,362 $4,747.74
2015-2016      $8,716 $4,924.10


Indian River Academy



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    13.9 : 1 222.5 : 1    
2017-2018   16.9 : 1 262 : 1  $9,444 $5,040.47
2016-2017  16.1 : 1 265 : 1  $8,918 $4,922.67
2015-2016      $8,965 $4,888.41


Liberty Magnet Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    14.2 : 1 276 : 1    
2017-2018   15. 9 : 1 278.5 : 1  $8,823 $4,814.35
2016-2017  15.4 : 1 277 : 1  $8,656 $4,725.09
2015-2016      $8,654 $4820.55


Osceola Magnet Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019   14.5 : 1  269 : 1    
2017-2018   14.8 : 1 267 : 1  $9,144 $5,065.21
2016-2017  15.8 : 1 269 : 1 $8,222  $4,615.57
2015-2016      $8,244 $4,824.99


Oslo Middle School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    16.5 : 1 303.3 : 1    
2017-2018   16.3 : 1 288.7 : 1   $9,333 $4,688.47
2016-2017  18.3 : 1 281 : 1  $8,472 $4,421.88
2015-2016      $8,184 $4142


Pelican Island Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
 2018-2019   10.7 : 1 214.5 : 1    
2017-2018   11.9 : 1 227 : 1  $12,724 $7,031.84
2016-2017  11.6 : 1 238.5 : 1 $10,938  $3,242.77
2015-2016      $11,528 $6,749.86


Rosewood Magnet School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    13.3 : 1 273.5 : 1    
2017-2018   14.6 : 1 277.5 : 1  $8,771 $4,857.76
2016-2017  16.4 : 1 278.5 : 1 $8,364  $4,648.93
2015-2016      $8,181 $4,693.43


Sebastian Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    11.7 : 1 204.5 : 1    
2017-2018   15.7 : 1 235.5 : 1  $11,298 $5865.93
2016-2017  14.3 : 1 271 : 1 $9,529  $5,167.37
2015-2016      $8,756 $4,813.12


Sebastian River High School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    19.4 : 1 391 : 1    
2017-2018   18.3 : 1 373.2 : 1 $8,563  $3,084.52
2016-2017  18.5 : 1  374.2 : 1 $8,235  $4,126.62
2015-2016      $8,090 $4,046.13


Sebastian River Middle School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    16.7 : 1 317 : 1    
2017-2018   17.6 : 1 328 : 1  $8,195 $4,454.91
2016-2017  19.7 : 1 341 : 1 $7,317  $4,001.70
2015-2016      $7,509 $4,064.43


Storm Grove Middle School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019       20 : 1 352.7 : 1    
2017-2018   21.1 : 1     345 : 1  $7,457 $3,968.80
2016-2017  23.7 : 1 323.7 : 1  $7,424 $3,707.73
2015-2016      $7,368 $3,613.53


Treasure Coast Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    14.9 : 1 342 : 1    
2017-2018   14.9 : 1 350.5 : 1  $8,978 $4,735.01
2016-2017  15.1 : 1 324 : 1  $9,761 $5,565.26
2015-2016      $7,530 $4,190.68


Vero Beach Elementary School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    12 : 1 324.5 : 1    
2017-2018   15.8 : 1 339 : 1 $10,693  $6,112.03
2016-2017  15.1 : 1 340.5 : 1  $9,602 $5,330
2015-2016  
 $8,616 $4,864.67


Vero Beach High School



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019    21.1 : 1 428.1 : 1    
2017-2018   20.9 : 1 436.1 : 1 $7,589  $3,825.14
2016-2017  21.4 : 1 425.9 : 1  $7,601  $2,368.24
2015-2016      $7,943 $3,952.84


Wabasso School for Exceptional Students



 Ratio of Student to  Expenditures per Student
Instructional Personnel Administrative Personnel  Operating Expenditures Instructional Expenditures
2018-2019   6 : 1 79 : 1    
2017-2018   13.3 : 1 120 : 1  $40,942 $21,146.90
2016-2017  11.2 : 1 112 : 1  $36,852 $20,777.83
2015-2016      $33,442 $19,075.33

Links to Financial Reports & Budget Information



FLORIDA AUDITOR
GENERAL AUDIT REPORTS


The Auditor General conducts audits of governmental entities to provide the Legislature, Florida’s citizens, public entity management, and other stakeholders unbiased, timely, and relevant information for use in promoting government accountability and stewardship and improving government operations.

COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL
FINANCIAL REPORTS (CAFR)


A Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is a set of U.S. government financial statements comprising the financial report of a state, municipal or other governmental entity that complies with the accounting requirements promulgated by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).

INTERNAL ACCOUNTS
AUDIT REPORTS


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INTERNAL AUDIT
REPORTS


Internal audit report should contain: observations and comments of the auditor, presents the audit findings, and discusses recommendations for improvements.

SCHOOL BOARD
MEETINGS & VIDEOS


Our School Board webpage is a great resource where you can find the Upcoming Meetings and a listing of all meetings, agendas, minutes, and videos dating back to the 2011-2012 school year.

BUDGET WORKSHOP 
VIDEOS


Digital Media Services has put together a playlist of all the 2018-2019 Budget Workshop Videos. Please visit the SDIRC Youtube channel to see them as well as other amazing  district videos. 

CURRENT BIDS, RFPs, &
AWARDED CONTRACTS


SDIRC's Purchasing & Central Distribution Department posts Current Bids, Requests for Proposals, and Awarded Contracts on their webpage. We invite you to visit and view these items.

SDIRC EMPLOYEE
CONTRACTS


The district school board has contracts between the teachers' union and non-instructional staff.

SCHOOL FINANCIAL
REPORTS


The School Financial Reports are furnished in accordance with Florida Statute, Section 1010.215 and show how SDIRC school's budget dollars were used during the school year. Visit this page to find reports beginning with the 2008-2009 school year.

DISCRETIONARY
LOTTERY REPORTS


The Discretionary Lottery Reports are brief reports showing lottery funds that were allocated to SDIRC and how those funds were spent.

PUBLIC RECORD
REQUEST


If you need to make a Public Record Request, please visit our Public Record Request page for information on the request process and procedures.

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