School Budget Review Committee Hearing Information
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SBRC Hearing Schedule and Critical Filing Dates
|Hearing Date||Requests Due (Received)||Exhibits Due (Received)|
|October 4, 2016||September 2, 2016||September 2, 2016|
|December 13, 2016||November 10, 2016||November 10, 2016|
|March 14, 2017||February 10, 2017||February 10, 2017|
SBRC Hearing Request (Online Application)
School districts may request to have a hearing before the School Budget Review Committee (SBRC) by submitting a request online. Click on the link above.
Be sure to print the acknowledgment that will appear on the screen after submitting the request for a hearing.
Summary of SBRC Hearing Decisions
2015-2016 School Year
- Link to FY17 Dropout Prevention Modified Supplemental Amount
- Link to FY17 Gifted and Talented Allocation
- Link to FY17 Special Education Administrative Costs Approved by SBRC March 2016
- FY16 SBRC Application for Modified Supplemental Amount
- FY15 Excess LEP costs
- FY15 SBRC Transportation Assistance Grant
- Link to Special Education Finance - FY15 Special education excess balances, deficits, and Supplemental Aid
- Link to Budgets, Area Education Agencies - FY15 AEA Special Education Fund Balances
2014-2015 School Year
- Link to FY16 Special Education Administrative Costs Approved by SBRC April 2015
- Link to FY16 Dropout Prevention Modified Supplemental Amount
- FY15 SBRC Application for Modified Supplemental Amount Approved by SBRC January 2015
- FY14 Excess LEP costs Approved by SBRC January 2015
- Link to Special Education Finance - FY14 Special education excess balances, deficits, and Supplemental Aid Approved by SBRC January 2015
- Link to Budgets, Area Education Agencies - FY14 AEA Special Education Fund Balances Approved by SBRC January 2015
Modified Supplemental Amount Granted by Fiscal Year
Cash Reserve Levy
Iowa Code 298.10 sets the limit for cash reserve levies. The cash reserve levy for a budget year shall not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the General Fund expenditures for the year previous to the base year minus the unexpended fund balance in the General Fund for the year previous to the base year. The unexpended fund balance, for purposes of calculating the cash reserve levy limit, is the sum of the assigned and unassigned fund balances in the General Fund.
Information on the cash reserve levies in each school district can be found on the Department of Management's website, in the spreadsheet entitled "Aid and Levy, Tax, and Program Summary".