Personnel and Current Operating Expenditures

Section 2-Summary of General Fund Expenditures

DATA ON THIS PAGE IS UPDATED EVERY DECEMBER, UPON RECEIPT OF DATA FROM CEPI (based upon FID report submission which is due every November)

Current General Fund Personnel Expenditures for 2019-2020

Because schools are a service industry, the largest share of every school’s expenditures are salaries and benefits. Retirement costs are state mandated. Insurance costs include long-term disability health, dental, vision, and life.

personnel expenditures


Salaries and Wages:
 $2,718,798
 Employee Insurance Costs:
 $652,095
 Retirement, FICA, & Worker's Comp Costs:
 $1,248,078
 All Other Employee Benefit Costs
$0

Berrien RESA Center for Educational Performance and Information Report

Current General Fund Operating Expenditures for 2019-2020

Like any organization, Berrien RESA has a variety of expenditures including utilities, technology, facility maintenance, insurance, personnel, and office supplies. Schools also pay for classroom supplies, specialized services for students with special needs, and many other instruction-related items. Public schools, like most  government entities, have elected boards that control the expenditure (and receipt) of school funds. The school board members carry out educational obligations at the local level, and they have the ultimate responsibility for school operations. For consistency across fiscal years and between districts, public school districts are required to follow the common chart of accounts defined in Michigan’s Public School Accounting Manual.


operating expenditures

Classroom Instruction:
 $2,009,347
Pupil and Instructional Staff Support:
 $2,638,382
Business and Administration:
 $939,289
Transportation:
 $0
Central and Other Support Services:
 $1,776,621
Operations, Maintenance and Facilities:
 $127,279

Berrien RESA Center for Educational Performance and Information Report

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