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Second Substitute S.B. 2

Representative Ron Bigelow proposes the following substitute bill:


             1     
MINIMUM SCHOOL PROGRAM AND PUBLIC EDUCATION

             2     
BUDGET AMENDMENTS

             3     
2010 GENERAL SESSION

             4     
STATE OF UTAH

             5     
Chief Sponsor: Howard A. Stephenson

             6     
House Sponsor: Merlynn T. Newbold

             7     
             8      LONG TITLE
             9      General Description:
             10          This bill supplements or reduces appropriations previously provided for school districts,
             11      charter schools, and certain state education agencies for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
             12      2010 and ending June 30, 2011 and modifies related budgetary provisions.
             13      Highlighted Provisions:
             14          This bill:
             15          .    provides budget increases and decreases for the use and support of certain state
             16      education agencies;
             17          .    provides budget increases and decreases for programs that support school districts
             18      and charter schools;
             19          .    provides intent language;
             20          .    establishes the value of the weighted pupil unit at $2,577 for fiscal year 2010-11;
             21          .    prescribes the powers and duties of the State Board of Education to adjust
             22      Minimum School Program allocations;
             23          .    provides that monies appropriated to the State Board of Education are nonlapsing;
             24          .    modifies the state guarantee under the voted leeway and board-authorized leeway
             25      programs;


             26          .    provides that the state guarantee under the voted leeway and board-authorized
             27      leeway programs shall apply to tax rates approved by a certain date;
             28          .    provides that if monies appropriated to charter schools to replace local property
             29      taxes are less than the amount prescribed by a statutory funding formula, monies
             30      shall be allocated among charter schools in proportion to each charter school's share
             31      of the total enrollment in charter schools;
             32          .    provides that if monies appropriated for charter school administrative costs are
             33      insufficient to provide the amount per student prescribed in statute, the
             34      appropriation shall be allocated among charter schools in proportion to each charter
             35      school's share of the total enrollment in charter schools;
             36          .    provides that if the Legislature reduces funding to public schools due to an
             37      Education Fund budget deficit:
             38              .    the reduction shall be allocated in proportion to each school district's or charter
             39      school's share of Minimum School Program funds; and
             40              .    a school district or charter school may determine which programs, with certain
             41      exceptions, are affected by the reduction; and
             42          .    makes technical amendments.
             43      Monies Appropriated in this Bill:
             44          This bill appropriates for fiscal year 2010-11:
             45          .    $946,200 from the General Fund;
             46          .    ($2,048,016,623) from the Uniform School Fund;
             47          .    $2,362,586,586 from the Education Fund; and
             48          .    $1,000 from various sources as detailed in this bill.
             49      Other Special Clauses:
             50          This bill takes effect on July 1, 2010.
             51      Utah Code Sections Affected:
             52      AMENDS:
             53          53A-1a-513, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 391
             54          53A-17a-108, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 391
             55          53A-17a-133, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapters 204 and 391
             56          53A-17a-134, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 391


             57          53A-17a-146, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 4
             58          63J-1-602, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 368
             59      REPEALS AND REENACTS:
             60          53A-17a-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 183
             61      Uncodified Material Affected:
             62      ENACTS UNCODIFIED MATERIAL
             63     
             64      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             65          Section 1. Section 53A-1a-513 is amended to read:
             66           53A-1a-513. Funding for charter schools.
             67          (1) As used in this section:
             68          (a) "Charter school students' average local revenues" means the amount determined as
             69      follows:
             70          (i) for each student enrolled in a charter school on the previous October 1, calculate the
             71      district per pupil local revenues of the school district in which the student resides;
             72          (ii) sum the district per pupil local revenues for each student enrolled in a charter
             73      school on the previous October 1; and
             74          (iii) divide the sum calculated under Subsection (1)(a)(ii) by the number of students
             75      enrolled in charter schools on the previous October 1.
             76          (b) "District per pupil local revenues" means the amount determined as follows, using
             77      data from the most recently published school district annual financial reports and state
             78      superintendent's annual report:
             79          (i) calculate the sum of a school district's revenue received from:
             80          (A) a voted levy imposed under Section 53A-17a-133 ;
             81          (B) a board levy imposed under Section 53A-17a-134 ;
             82          (C) 10% of the cost of the basic program levy imposed under Section 53A-17a-145 ;
             83          (D) a tort liability levy imposed under Section 63G-7-704 ;
             84          (E) a capital outlay levy imposed under Section 53A-16-107 ; and
             85          (F) a voted capital outlay levy imposed under Section 53A-16-110 ; and
             86          (ii) divide the sum calculated under Subsection (1)(b)(i) by the sum of:
             87          (A) a school district's average daily membership; and


             88          (B) the average daily membership of a school district's resident students who attend
             89      charter schools.
             90          (c) "Resident student" means a student who is considered a resident of the school
             91      district under Title 53A, Chapter 2, Part 2, District of Residency.
             92          (d) "Statewide average debt service revenues" means the amount determined as
             93      follows, using data from the most recently published state superintendent's annual report:
             94          (i) sum the revenues of each school district from the debt service levy imposed under
             95      Section 11-14-310 ; and
             96          (ii) divide the sum calculated under Subsection (1)(d)(i) by statewide school district
             97      average daily membership.
             98          (2) (a) Charter schools shall receive funding as described in this section, except
             99      Subsections (3) through (8) do not apply to charter schools described in Subsection (2)(b).
             100          (b) Charter schools authorized by local school boards that are converted from district
             101      schools or operate in district facilities without paying reasonable rent shall receive funding as
             102      prescribed in Section 53A-1a-515 .
             103          (3) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(b), a charter school shall receive state
             104      funds, as applicable, on the same basis as a school district receives funds.
             105          (b) In distributing funds under Title 53A, Chapter 17a, Minimum School Program Act,
             106      to charter schools, charter school pupils shall be weighted, where applicable, as follows:
             107          (i) .55 for kindergarten pupils;
             108          (ii) .9 for pupils in grades 1-6;
             109          (iii) .99 for pupils in grades 7-8; and
             110          (iv) 1.2 for pupils in grades 9-12.
             111          (4) (a) (i) A school district shall allocate a portion of school district revenues for each
             112      resident student of the school district who is enrolled in a charter school on October 1 equal to
             113      25% of the lesser of:
             114          (A) district per pupil local revenues; or
             115          (B) charter school students' average local revenues.
             116          [(ii) For the purpose of allocating school district revenues under Subsection (4)(a)(i) in
             117      fiscal year 2008-09 only, a kindergarten student who is enrolled in less than a full-day
             118      kindergarten program is weighted as .55 of a student.]


             119          [(iii)] (ii) Nothing in this Subsection (4)(a) affects the school bond guarantee program
             120      established under Chapter 28, Utah School Bond Guaranty Act.
             121          (b) The State Board of Education shall:
             122          (i) deduct an amount equal to the allocation provided under Subsection (4)(a) from
             123      state funds the school district is authorized to receive under Title 53A, Chapter 17a, Minimum
             124      School Program Act; and
             125          (ii) remit the money to the student's charter school.
             126          (c) Notwithstanding the method used to transfer school district revenues to charter
             127      schools as provided in Subsection (4)(b), a school district may deduct the allocations to charter
             128      schools under this section from:
             129          (i) unrestricted revenues available to the school district; or
             130          (ii) the revenue sources listed in Subsections (1)(b)(i)(A) through (F) based on the
             131      portion of the allocations to charter schools attributed to each of the revenue sources listed in
             132      Subsections (1)(b)(i)(A) through (F).
             133          (d) (i) Subject to future budget constraints, the Legislature shall provide an
             134      appropriation for charter schools for each student enrolled on October 1 to supplement the
             135      allocation of school district revenues under Subsection (4)(a).
             136          (ii) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(d)(iii), the amount of money provided by the
             137      state for a charter school student shall be the sum of:
             138          (A) charter school students' average local revenues minus the allocation of school
             139      district revenues under Subsection (4)(a); and
             140          (B) statewide average debt service revenues.
             141          (iii) If the total of a school district's allocation for a charter school student under
             142      Subsection (4)(a) and the amount provided by the state under Subsection (4)(d)(ii) is less than
             143      $1427, the state shall provide an additional supplement so that a charter school receives at least
             144      $1427 per student under this Subsection (4).
             145          (iv) (A) If the appropriation provided under this Subsection (4)(d) is less than the
             146      amount prescribed by Subsection (4)(d)(ii) or (4)(d)(iii), the appropriation shall be allocated
             147      among charter schools in proportion to each charter school's enrollment as a percentage of the
             148      total enrollment in charter schools.
             149          (B) If the State Board of Education makes adjustments to Minimum School Program


             150      allocations as provided under Section 53A-17a-105 , the allocation provided in Subsection
             151      (4)(d)(iv)(A) shall be determined after adjustments are made under Section 53A-17a-105 .
             152          (e) Of the monies provided to a charter school under this Subsection (4), 10% shall be
             153      expended for funding school facilities only.
             154          (5) Charter schools are eligible to receive federal funds if they meet all applicable
             155      federal requirements and comply with relevant federal regulations.
             156          (6) The State Board of Education shall distribute funds for charter school students
             157      directly to the charter school.
             158          (7) (a) Notwithstanding Subsection (3), a charter school is not eligible to receive state
             159      transportation funding.
             160          (b) The board shall also adopt rules relating to the transportation of students to and
             161      from charter schools, taking into account Sections 53A-2-210 and 53A-17a-127 .
             162          (c) The governing body of the charter school may provide transportation through an
             163      agreement or contract with the local school board, a private provider, or with parents.
             164          (8) (a) (i) The state superintendent of public instruction may allocate grants for both
             165      start-up and ongoing costs to eligible charter school applicants from monies appropriated for
             166      the implementation of this part.
             167          (ii) Applications for the grants shall be filed on a form determined by the state
             168      superintendent and in conjunction with the application for a charter.
             169          (iii) The amount of a grant may vary based upon the size, scope, and special
             170      circumstances of the charter school.
             171          (iv) The governing board of the charter school shall use the grant to meet the expenses
             172      of the school as established in the school's charter.
             173          (b) The State Board of Education shall coordinate the distribution of federal monies
             174      appropriated to help fund costs for establishing and maintaining charter schools within the
             175      state.
             176          (9) (a) A charter school may receive, hold, manage and use any devise, bequest, grant,
             177      endowment, gift, or donation of any property made to the school for any of the purposes of this
             178      part.
             179          (b) It is unlawful for any person affiliated with a charter school to demand or request
             180      any gift, donation, or contribution from a parent, teacher, employee, or other person affiliated


             181      with the charter school as a condition for employment or enrollment at the school or continued
             182      attendance at the school.
             183          Section 2. Section 53A-17a-105 is repealed and reenacted to read:
             184          53A-17a-105. Powers and duties of State Board of Education to adjust Minimum
             185      School Program allocations.
             186          (1) Except as provided in Subsection (2) or (4), if the number of weighted pupil units
             187      in a program is underestimated, the State Board of Education shall reduce the value of the
             188      weighted pupil unit in that program so that the total amount paid for the program does not
             189      exceed the amount appropriated for the program.
             190          (2) If the number of weighted pupil units in a program is overestimated, the State
             191      Board of Education shall spend excess monies appropriated for the following purposes giving
             192      priority to the purpose described in Subsection (2)(a):
             193          (a) to support the value of the weighted pupil unit in a program within the basic
             194      state-supported school program in which the number of weighted pupil units is underestimated;
             195          (b) to support the state guarantee per weighted pupil unit provided under the voted
             196      leeway program established in Section 53A-17a-133 or the board-approved leeway program
             197      established in Section 53A-17a-134 , if:
             198          (i) local contributions to the voted leeway program or board-approved leeway program
             199      are overestimated; or
             200          (ii) the number of weighted pupil units within school districts qualifying for a
             201      guarantee is underestimated;
             202          (c) to support the state supplement to local property taxes allocated to charter schools,
             203      if the state supplement is less than the amount prescribed by Subsection 53A-1a-513 (4);
             204          (d) for charter school administrative costs, if the appropriation for charter school
             205      administrative costs is insufficient to provide the amount per student prescribed in Subsection
             206      53A-17a-108 (2)(a); or
             207          (e) to support a school district with a loss in student enrollment as provided in Section
             208      53A-17a-139 .
             209          (3) If local contributions from the minimum basic tax rate imposed under Section
             210      53A-17a-135 are overestimated, the State Board of Education shall reduce the value of the
             211      weighted pupil unit for all programs within the basic state-supported school program so the


             212      total state contribution to the basic state-supported school program does not exceed the amount
             213      of state funds appropriated.
             214          (4) If local contributions from the minimum basic tax rate imposed under Section
             215      53A-17a-135 are underestimated, the State Board of Education shall:
             216          (a) spend the excess local contributions for the purposes specified in Subsection (2),
             217      giving priority to supporting the value of the weighted pupil unit in programs within the basic
             218      state-supported school program in which the number of weighted pupil units is underestimated;
             219      and
             220          (b) reduce the state contribution to the basic state-supported school program so the
             221      total cost of the basic state-supported school program does not exceed the total state and local
             222      funds appropriated to the basic state-supported school program plus the local contributions
             223      necessary to support the value of the weighted pupil unit in programs within the basic
             224      state-supported school program in which the number of weighted pupil units is underestimated.
             225          (5) Except as provided in Subsection (2) or (4), the State Board of Education shall
             226      reduce the guarantee per weighted pupil unit provided under the voted leeway program
             227      established in Section 53A-17a-133 or board-approved leeway program established in Section
             228      53A-17a-134 , if:
             229          (a) local contributions to the voted leeway program or board-approved leeway program
             230      are overestimated; or
             231          (b) the number of weighted pupil units within school districts qualifying for a
             232      guarantee is underestimated.
             233          (6) Monies appropriated to the State Board of Education are nonlapsing.
             234          (7) The State Board of Education shall report actions taken by the board under this
             235      section to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning
             236      and Budget.
             237          Section 3. Section 53A-17a-108 is amended to read:
             238           53A-17a-108. Weighted pupil units for small school district administrative costs
             239      -- Appropriation for charter school administrative costs.
             240          (1) Administrative costs weighted pupil units are computed and distributed to small
             241      school districts in accordance with the following schedule:
             242     
Administrative Costs Schedule


             243          School District Enrollment as of October 1            Weighted Pupil Units
             244          1 - 500 students                            95
             245          501 - 1,000 students                            80
             246          1,001 - 2,000 students                        70
             247          2,001 - 5,000 students                        60
             248          (2) (a) [Money] Except as provided in Subsection (2)(b), money appropriated to the
             249      State Board of Education for charter school administrative costs[, including an appropriation in
             250      Section 53A-17a-104 ,] shall be distributed to charter schools in the amount of $100 for each
             251      charter school student in enrollment.
             252          (b) (i) If money appropriated for charter school administrative costs is insufficient to
             253      provide the amount per student prescribed in Subsection (2)(a), the appropriation shall be
             254      allocated among charter schools in proportion to each charter school's enrollment as a
             255      percentage of the total enrollment in charter schools.
             256          (ii) If the State Board of Education makes adjustments to Minimum School Program
             257      allocations under Section 53A-17a-105 , the allocation provided in Subsection (2)(b)(i) shall be
             258      determined after adjustments are made under Section 53A-17a-105 .
             259          [(b)] (c) Charter schools are encouraged to identify and use cost-effective methods of
             260      performing administrative functions, including contracting for administrative services with the
             261      State Charter School Board as provided in Section 53A-1a-501.6 .
             262          (3) Charter schools are not eligible for funds for administrative costs under Subsection
             263      (1).
             264          Section 4. Section 53A-17a-133 is amended to read:
             265           53A-17a-133. State-supported voted leeway program authorized -- Election
             266      requirements -- State guarantee -- Reconsideration of the program.
             267          (1) An election to consider adoption or modification of a voted leeway program is
             268      required if initiative petitions signed by 10% of the number of electors who voted at the last
             269      preceding general election are presented to the local school board or by action of the board.
             270          (2) (a) (i) To establish a voted leeway program, a majority of the electors of a district
             271      voting at an election in the manner set forth in Section 53A-16-110 must vote in favor of a
             272      special tax.
             273          (ii) The tax rate may not exceed .002 per dollar of taxable value.


             274          (b) The district may maintain a school program which exceeds the cost of the program
             275      referred to in Section 53A-17a-145 with this voted leeway.
             276          (c) In order to receive state support the first year, a district must receive voter approval
             277      no later than December 1 of the year prior to implementation.
             278          (3) (a) Under the voted leeway program, the state shall contribute an amount sufficient
             279      to guarantee $25.25 per weighted pupil unit for each .0001 of the first .0016 per dollar of
             280      taxable value.
             281          (b) The same dollar amount guarantee per weighted pupil unit for the .0016 per dollar
             282      of taxable value under Subsection (3)(a) shall apply to the board-approved leeway authorized
             283      in Section 53A-17a-134 , so that the guarantee shall apply up to a total of .002 per dollar of
             284      taxable value if a school district levies a tax rate under both programs.
             285          (c) [(i)] Beginning July 1, [2009] 2011, the $25.25 guarantee under Subsections (3)(a)
             286      and (b) shall be indexed each year to the value of the weighted pupil unit by making the value
             287      of the guarantee equal to [.009798] .010544 times the value of the prior year's weighted pupil
             288      unit.
             289          [(ii) The guarantee shall increase by .0005 times the value of the prior year's weighted
             290      pupil unit for each succeeding year until the guarantee is equal to .010544 times the value of
             291      the prior year's weighted pupil unit.]
             292          (d) (i) The amount of state guarantee money to which a school district would otherwise
             293      be entitled to under this Subsection (3) may not be reduced for the sole reason that the district's
             294      levy is reduced as a consequence of changes in the certified tax rate under Section 59-2-924
             295      pursuant to changes in property valuation.
             296          (ii) Subsection (3)(d)(i) applies for a period of five years following any such change in
             297      the certified tax rate.
             298          (e) The guarantee provided under this section does not apply to the portion of a voted
             299      leeway rate that exceeds the voted leeway rate that was in effect for the previous fiscal year,
             300      unless an increase in the voted leeway rate was authorized in an election conducted on or after
             301      July 1 of the previous fiscal year and before December 2 of the previous fiscal year.
             302          (4) (a) An election to modify an existing voted leeway program is not a reconsideration
             303      of the existing program unless the proposition submitted to the electors expressly so states.
             304          (b) A majority vote opposing a modification does not deprive the district of authority to


             305      continue an existing program.
             306          (c) If adoption of a leeway program is contingent upon an offset reducing other local
             307      school board levies, the board must allow the electors, in an election, to consider modifying or
             308      discontinuing the program prior to a subsequent increase in other levies that would increase the
             309      total local school board levy.
             310          (d) Nothing contained in this section terminates, without an election, the authority of a
             311      school district to continue an existing voted leeway program previously authorized by the
             312      voters.
             313          (5) Notwithstanding Section 59-2-919 , a school district may budget an increased
             314      amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from a voted leeway imposed under this
             315      section in addition to revenue from new growth as defined in Subsection 59-2-924 (4), without
             316      having to comply with the notice requirements of Section 59-2-919 , if:
             317          (a) the voted leeway is approved:
             318          (i) in accordance with Section 53A-16-110 on or after January 1, 2003; and
             319          (ii) within the four-year period immediately preceding the year in which the school
             320      district seeks to budget an increased amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from
             321      the voted leeway; and
             322          (b) for a voted leeway approved or modified in accordance with this section on or after
             323      January 1, 2009, the school district complies with the requirements of Subsection (7).
             324          (6) Notwithstanding Section 59-2-919 , a school district may levy a tax rate under this
             325      section that exceeds the certified tax rate without having to comply with the notice
             326      requirements of Section 59-2-919 if:
             327          (a) the levy exceeds the certified tax rate as the result of a school district budgeting an
             328      increased amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from a voted leeway imposed
             329      under this section;
             330          (b) [if] the voted leeway was approved:
             331          (i) in accordance with Section 53A-16-110 on or after January 1, 2003; and
             332          (ii) within the four-year period immediately preceding the year in which the school
             333      district seeks to budget an increased amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from
             334      the voted leeway; and
             335          (c) for a voted leeway approved or modified in accordance with this section on or after


             336      January 1, 2009, the school district complies with requirements of Subsection (7).
             337          (7) For purposes of Subsection (5)(b) or (6)(c), the proposition submitted to the
             338      electors regarding the adoption or modification of a voted leeway program shall contain the
             339      following statement:
             340          "A vote in favor of this tax means that (name of the school district) may increase
             341      revenue from this property tax without advertising the increase for the next five years."
             342          Section 5. Section 53A-17a-134 is amended to read:
             343           53A-17a-134. Board-approved leeway -- Purpose -- State support -- Disapproval.
             344          (1) Each local school board may levy a tax rate of up to .0004 per dollar of taxable
             345      value to maintain a school program above the cost of the basic school program as follows:
             346          (a) a local school board shall use the monies generated by the tax for class size
             347      reduction within the school district;
             348          (b) if a local school board determines that the average class size in the school district is
             349      not excessive, it may use the monies for other school purposes but only if the board has
             350      declared the use for other school purposes in a public meeting prior to levying the tax rate; and
             351          (c) a district may not use the monies for other school purposes under Subsection (1)(b)
             352      until it has certified in writing that its class size needs are already being met and has identified
             353      the other school purposes for which the monies will be used to the State Board of Education
             354      and the state board has approved their use for other school purposes.
             355          (2) (a) The state shall contribute an amount sufficient to guarantee $25.25 per weighted
             356      pupil unit for each .0001 per dollar of taxable value.
             357          (b) The guarantee shall increase in the same manner as provided for the voted leeway
             358      guarantee in [Subsections] Subsection 53A-17a-133 (3)(c)[(i) and (ii)].
             359          (c) (i) The amount of state guarantee money to which a school district would otherwise
             360      be entitled to under this Subsection (2) may not be reduced for the sole reason that the district's
             361      levy is reduced as a consequence of changes in the certified tax rate under Section 59-2-924
             362      pursuant to changes in property valuation.
             363          (ii) Subsection (2)(c)(i) applies for a period of five years following any such change in
             364      the certified tax rate.
             365          (d) The guarantee provided under this section does not apply to:
             366          (i) a board-authorized leeway in the first fiscal year the leeway is in effect, unless the


             367      leeway was approved by voters pursuant to Subsections (4) through (6); or
             368          (ii) the portion of a board-authorized leeway rate that is in excess of the
             369      board-authorized leeway rate that was in effect for the previous fiscal year.
             370          (3) The levy authorized under this section is not in addition to the maximum rate of
             371      .002 authorized in Section 53A-17a-133 , but is a board-authorized component of the total tax
             372      rate under that section.
             373          (4) As an exception to Section 53A-17a-133 , the board-authorized levy does not
             374      require voter approval, but the board may require voter approval if requested by a majority of
             375      the board.
             376          (5) An election to consider disapproval of the board-authorized levy is required, if
             377      within 60 days after the levy is established by the board, referendum petitions signed by the
             378      number of legal voters required in Section 20A-7-301 , who reside within the school district, are
             379      filed with the school district.
             380          (6) (a) A local school board shall establish its board-approved levy by April 1 to have
             381      the levy apply to the fiscal year beginning July 1 in that same calendar year except that if an
             382      election is required under this section, the levy applies to the fiscal year beginning July 1 of the
             383      next calendar year.
             384          (b) The approval and disapproval votes authorized in Subsections (4) and (5) shall
             385      occur at a general election in even-numbered years, except that a vote required under this
             386      section in odd-numbered years shall occur at a special election held on a day in odd-numbered
             387      years that corresponds to the general election date. The school district shall pay for the cost of
             388      a special election.
             389          (7) (a) Modification or termination of a voter-approved leeway rate authorized under
             390      this section is governed by Section 53A-17a-133 .
             391          (b) A board-authorized leeway rate may be modified or terminated by a majority vote
             392      of the board subject to disapproval procedures specified in this section.
             393          (8) A board levy election does not require publication of a voter information pamphlet.
             394          Section 6. Section 53A-17a-146 is amended to read:
             395           53A-17a-146. Reduction of district allocation based on insufficient revenues.
             396          (1) [(a)] As used in this section, "Minimum School Program funds" means the total of
             397      state and local funds appropriated [under Section 53A-17a-104 ] for the Minimum School


             398      Program, excluding:
             399          [(i)] (a) the state-supported voter leeway pursuant to Section 53A-17a-133 ;
             400          [(ii)] (b) the state-supported board leeway pursuant to Section 53A-17a-134 ; and
             401          [(iii)] (c) the appropriation to charter schools to replace local property tax revenues
             402      pursuant to Section 53A-1a-513 .
             403          [(b) The State Board of Education,]
             404          (2) If the Legislature reduces appropriations made to support public schools under Title
             405      53A, Chapter 17a, Minimum School Program Act, because an Education Fund budget deficit,
             406      as defined in Section 63J-1-312 , exists, the State Board of Education, after consultation with
             407      each school district and charter school, shall allocate the [ongoing locally determined]
             408      reduction [provided in Section 53A-17a-104 for fiscal year 2008-09] among school districts
             409      and charter schools in proportion to each school district's or charter school's percentage share
             410      of Minimum School Program funds.
             411          [(2) Each district and] (3) Except as provided in Subsection (5), a school district or
             412      charter school shall determine which programs are affected by[,] a reduction pursuant to
             413      Subsection (2) and the amount [of, the reductions, except as provided in Subsection (4)] each
             414      program is reduced.
             415          [(3) The] (4) Except as provided in Subsections (5) and (6), the requirement to spend a
             416      specified amount in any particular program is waived if reductions are [required under this
             417      section, except as provided in Subsection (4).] made pursuant to Subsection (2).
             418          [(4)] (5) A school district or charter school may not reduce or reallocate spending of
             419      funds distributed to the school district or charter school for the following programs:
             420          (a) educator salary adjustments provided in Section 53A-17a-153 ;
             421          (b) the Teacher Salary Supplement Program provided in Section 53A-17a-156 ;
             422          (c) the extended year for special educators provided in Section 53A-17a-158 ; [and]
             423          (d) USTAR centers provided in Section 53A-17a-159 [.];
             424          (e) the School LAND Trust Program created in Section 53A-16-101.5 ; or
             425          (f) a special education program within the Basic School Program.
             426          (6) A school district or charter school may not reallocate spending of funds distributed
             427      to the school district or charter school to a reserve account.
             428          Section 7. Section 63J-1-602 is amended to read:


             429           63J-1-602. Nonlapsing accounts and funds.
             430          (1) The following revenue collections, appropriations from a fund or account, and
             431      appropriations to a program are nonlapsing:
             432          (a) appropriations made to the Legislature and its committees;
             433          (b) funds collected by the grain grading program, as provided in Section 4-2-2 ;
             434          (c) the Salinity Offset Fund created in Section 4-2-8.5 ;
             435          (d) the Invasive Species Mitigation Fund created in Section 4-2-8.7 ;
             436          (e) funds collected by pesticide dealer license registration fees, as provided in Section
             437      4-14-3 ;
             438          (f) funds collected by pesticide applicator business registration fees, as provided in
             439      Section 4-14-13 ;
             440          (g) the Rangeland Improvement Fund created in Section 4-20-2 ;
             441          (h) funds deposited as dedicated credits under the Insect Infestation Emergency Control
             442      Act, as provided in Section 4-35-6 ;
             443          (i) the Percent-for-Art Program created in Section 9-6-404 ;
             444          (j) the Centennial History Fund created in Section 9-8-604 ;
             445          (k) the Uintah Basin Revitalization Fund, as provided in Section 9-10-108 ;
             446          (l) the Navajo Revitalization Fund created in Section 9-11-104 ;
             447          (m) the LeRay McAllister Critical Land Conservation Program created in Section
             448      11-38-301 ;
             449          (n) the Clean Fuels and Vehicle Technology Fund created in Section 19-1-403 ;
             450          (o) fees deposited as dedicated credits for hazardous waste plan reviews, as provided in
             451      Section 19-6-120 ;
             452          (p) an appropriation made to the Division of Wildlife Resources for the appraisal and
             453      purchase of lands under the Pelican Management Act, as provided in Section 23-21a-6 ;
             454          (q) award monies under the Crime Reduction Assistance Program, as provided under
             455      Section 24-1-19 ;
             456          (r) funds collected from the emergency medical services grant program, as provided in
             457      Section 26-8a-207 ;
             458          (s) fees and other funding available to purchase training equipment and to administer
             459      tests and conduct quality assurance reviews, as provided in Section 26-8a-208 ;


             460          (t) funds collected as a result of a sanction under Section 1919 of Title XIX of the
             461      federal Social Security Act, as provided in Section 26-18-3 ;
             462          (u) the Utah Health Care Workforce Financial Assistance Program created in Section
             463      26-46-102 ;
             464          (v) monies collected from subscription fees for publications prepared or distributed by
             465      the insurance commissioner, as provided in Section 31A-2-208 ;
             466          (w) monies received by the Insurance Department for administering, investigating
             467      under, and enforcing the Insurance Fraud Act, as provided in Section 31A-31-108 ;
             468          (x) certain monies received for penalties paid under the Insurance Fraud Act, as
             469      provided in Section 31A-31-109 ;
             470          (y) the fund for operating the state's Federal Health Care Tax Credit Program, as
             471      provided in Section 31A-38-104 ;
             472          (z) certain funds in the Department of Workforce Services' program for the education,
             473      training, and transitional counseling of displaced homemakers, as provided in Section
             474      35A-3-114 ;
             475          (aa) the Employment Security Administration Fund created in Section 35A-4-505 ;
             476          (bb) the Special Administrative Expense Fund created in Section 35A-4-506 ;
             477          (cc) funding for a new program or agency that is designated as nonlapsing under
             478      Section 36-24-101 ;
             479          (dd) the Oil and Gas Conservation Account created in Section 40-6-14.5 ;
             480          (ee) funds available to the State Tax Commission for purchase and distribution of
             481      license plates and decals, as provided in Section 41-1a-1201 ;
             482          (ff) certain fees for the cost of electronic payments under the Motor Vehicle Act, as
             483      provided in Section 41-1a-1221 ;
             484          (gg) certain fees collected for administering and enforcing the Motor Vehicle Business
             485      Regulation Act, as provided in Section 41-3-601 ;
             486          (hh) certain fees for the cost of electronic payments under the Motor Vehicle Business
             487      Regulation Act, as provided in Section 41-3-604 ;
             488          (ii) the Off-Highway Access and Education Restricted Account created in Section
             489      41-22-19.5 ;
             490          (jj) certain fees for the cost of electronic payments under the Motor Vehicle Act, as


             491      provided in Section 41-22-36 ;
             492          (kk) monies collected under the Notaries Public Reform Act, as provided under
             493      46-1-23 ;
             494          (ll) certain funds associated with the Law Enforcement Operations Account, as
             495      provided in Section 51-9-411 ;
             496          (mm) the Public Safety Honoring Heroes Restricted Account created in Section
             497      53-1-118 ;
             498          (nn) funding for the Search and Rescue Financial Assistance Program, as provided in
             499      Section 53-2-107 ;
             500          (oo) appropriations made to the Department of Public Safety from the Department of
             501      Public Safety Restricted Account, as provided in Section 53-3-106 ;
             502          (pp) appropriations to the Motorcycle Rider Education Program, as provided in Section
             503      53-3-905 ;
             504          (qq) fees collected by the State Fire Marshal Division under the Utah Fire Prevention
             505      and Safety Act, as provided in Section 53-7-314 ;
             506          (rr) the DNA Specimen Restricted Account created in Section 53-10-407 ;
             507          (ss) [the minimum school program] appropriations to the State Board of Education, as
             508      provided in Section 53A-17a-105 ;
             509          (tt) certain funds appropriated from the Uniform School Fund to the State Board of
             510      Education for new teacher bonus and performance-based compensation plans, as provided in
             511      Section 53A-17a-148 ;
             512          (uu) certain funds appropriated from the Uniform School Fund to the State Board of
             513      Education for implementation of proposals to improve mathematics achievement test scores, as
             514      provided in Section 53A-17a-152 ;
             515          (vv) the School Building Revolving Account created in Section 53A-21-401 ;
             516          (ww) monies received by the State Office of Rehabilitation for the sale of certain
             517      products or services, as provided in Section 53A-24-105 ;
             518          (xx) the State Board of Regents, as provided in Section 53B-6-104 ;
             519          (yy) certain funds appropriated from the General Fund to the State Board of Regents
             520      for teacher preparation programs, as provided in Section 53B-6-104 ;
             521          (zz) a certain portion of monies collected for administrative costs under the School


             522      Institutional Trust Lands Management Act, as provided under Section 53C-3-202 ;
             523          (aaa) certain surcharges on residence and business telecommunications access lines
             524      imposed by the Public Service Commission, as provided in Section 54-8b-10 ;
             525          (bbb) certain fines collected by the Division of Occupational and Professional
             526      Licensing for violation of unlawful or unprofessional conduct that are used for education and
             527      enforcement purposes, as provided in Section 58-17b-505 ;
             528          (ccc) the Nurse Education and Enforcement Fund created in Section 58-31b-103 ;
             529          (ddd) funding of the controlled substance database, as provided in Section 58-37-7.7 ;
             530          (eee) the Certified Nurse Midwife Education and Enforcement Fund created in Section
             531      58-44a-103 ;
             532          (fff) funding for the building inspector's education program, as provided in Section
             533      58-56-9 ;
             534          (ggg) certain fines collected by the Division of Occupational and Professional
             535      Licensing for use in education and enforcement of the Security Personnel Licensing Act, as
             536      provided in Section 58-63-103 ;
             537          (hhh) the Professional Geologist Education and Enforcement Fund created in Section
             538      58-76-103 ;
             539          (iii) certain monies in the Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund, as
             540      provided in Section 59-12-103 ;
             541          (jjj) funds paid to the Division of Real Estate for the cost of a criminal background
             542      check for broker and sales agent licenses, as provided in Section 61-2-9 ;
             543          (kkk) the Utah Housing Opportunity Restricted Account created in Section 61-2-28 ;
             544          (lll) funds paid to the Division of Real Estate for the cost of a criminal background
             545      check for a mortgage loan license, as provided in Section 61-2c-202 ;
             546          (mmm) funds paid to the Division of Real Estate in relation to examination of records
             547      in an investigation, as provided in Section 61-2c-401 ;
             548          (nnn) certain funds donated to the Department of Human Services, as provided in
             549      Section 62A-1-111 ;
             550          (ooo) certain funds donated to the Division of Child and Family Services, as provided
             551      in Section 62A-4a-110 ;
             552          (ppp) the Mental Health Therapist Grant and Scholarship Program, as provided in


             553      Section 62A-13-109 ;
             554          (qqq) assessments for DUI violations that are forwarded to an account created by a
             555      county treasurer, as provided in Section 62A-15-503 ;
             556          (rrr) appropriations to the Division of Services for People with Disabilities, as provided
             557      in Section 62A-5-102 ;
             558          (sss) certain donations to the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, as
             559      provided in Section 62A-15-103 ;
             560          (ttt) certain funds received by the Division of Parks and Recreation from the sale or
             561      disposal of buffalo, as provided under Section 63-11-19.2 ;
             562          (uuu) revenue for golf user fees at the Wasatch Mountain State Park, Palisades State
             563      Park, or Jordan River State Park, as provided under Section 63-11-19.5 ;
             564          (vvv) revenue for golf user fees at the Green River State Park, as provided under
             565      Section 63-11-19.6 ;
             566          (www) the Centennial Nonmotorized Paths and Trail Crossings Program created under
             567      Section 63-11a-503 ;
             568          (xxx) the Bonneville Shoreline Trail Program created under Section 63-11a-504 ;
             569          (yyy) the account for the Utah Geological Survey, as provided in Section 63-73-10 ;
             570          (zzz) the Risk Management Fund created under Section 63A-4-201 ;
             571          (aaaa) the Child Welfare Parental Defense Fund created in Section 63A-11-203 ;
             572          (bbbb) the Constitutional Defense Restricted Account created in Section 63C-4-103 ;
             573          (cccc) a portion of the funds appropriated to the Utah Seismic Safety Commission, as
             574      provided in Section 63C-6-104 ;
             575          (dddd) funding for the Medical Education Program administered by the Medical
             576      Education Council, as provided in Section 63C-8-102 ;
             577          (eeee) certain monies payable for commission expenses of the Pete Suazo Utah
             578      Athletic Commission, as provided under Section 63C-11-301 ;
             579          (ffff) funds collected for publishing the Division of Administrative Rules' publications,
             580      as provided in Section 63G-3-402 ;
             581          (gggg) the appropriation to fund the Governor's Office of Economic Development's
             582      Enterprise Zone Act, as provided in Section 63M-1-416 ;
             583          (hhhh) the Tourism Marketing Performance Account, as provided in Section


             584      63M-1-1406 ;
             585          (iiii) certain funding for rural development provided to the Office of Rural
             586      Development in the Governor's Office of Economic Development, as provided in Section
             587      63M-1-1604 ;
             588          (jjjj) certain monies in the Development for Disadvantaged Rural Communities
             589      Restricted Account, as provided in Section 63M-1-2003 ;
             590          (kkkk) appropriations to the Utah Science Technology and Research Governing
             591      Authority, created under Section 63M-2-301 , as provided under Section 63M-3-302 ;
             592          (llll) certain monies in the Rural Broadband Service Fund, as provided in Section
             593      63M-1-2303 ;
             594          (mmmm) funds collected from monthly offender supervision fees, as provided in
             595      Section 64-13-21.2 ;
             596          (nnnn) funds collected by the housing of state probationary inmates or state parole
             597      inmates, as provided in Subsection 64-13e-104 (2);
             598          (oooo) the Sovereign Lands Management account created in Section 65A-5-1 ;
             599          (pppp) certain forestry and fire control funds utilized by the Division of Forestry, Fire,
             600      and State Lands, as provided in Section 65A-8-103 ;
             601          (qqqq) the Department of Human Resource Management user training program, as
             602      provided in Section 67-19-6 ;
             603          (rrrr) funds for the University of Utah Poison Control Center program, as provided in
             604      Section 69-2-5.5 ;
             605          (ssss) appropriations to the Transportation Corridor Preservation Revolving Loan
             606      Fund, as provided in Section 72-2-117 ;
             607          (tttt) appropriations to the Local Transportation Corridor Preservation Fund, as
             608      provided in Section 72-2-117.5 ;
             609          (uuuu) appropriations to the Tollway Restricted Special Revenue Fund, as provided in
             610      Section 77-2-120 ;
             611          (vvvv) appropriations to the Aeronautics Construction Revolving Loan Fund, as
             612      provided in Section 77-2-122 ;
             613          (wwww) appropriations to the State Park Access Highways Improvement Program, as
             614      provided in Section 72-3-207 ;


             615          (xxxx) the Traffic Noise Abatement Program created in Section 72-6-112 ;
             616          (yyyy) certain funds received by the Office of the State Engineer for well drilling fines
             617      or bonds, as provided in Section 73-3-25 ;
             618          (zzzz) certain monies appropriated to increase the carrying capacity of the Jordan River
             619      that are transferred to the Division of Parks and Recreation, as provided in Section 73-10e-1 ;
             620          (aaaaa) certain fees for the cost of electronic payments under the State Boating Act, as
             621      provided in Section 73-18-25 ;
             622          (bbbbb) certain monies appropriated from the Water Resources Conservation and
             623      Development Fund, as provided in Section 73-23-2 ;
             624          (ccccc) the Lake Powell Pipeline Project Operation and Maintenance Fund created in
             625      Section 73-28-404 ;
             626          (ddddd) certain funds in the Water Development and Flood Mitigation Reserve
             627      Account, as provided in Section 73-103-1 ;
             628          (eeeee) certain funds appropriated for compensation for special prosecutors, as
             629      provided in Section 77-10a-19 ;
             630          (fffff) the Indigent Aggravated Murder Defense Trust Fund created in Section
             631      77-32-601 ;
             632          (ggggg) the Indigent Felony Defense Trust Fund created in Section 77-32-701 ;
             633          (hhhhh) funds donated or paid to a juvenile court by private sources, as provided in
             634      Subsection 78A-6-203 (1)(c);
             635          (iiiii) a state rehabilitative employment program, as provided in Section 78A-6-210 ;
             636      and
             637          (jjjjj) fees from the issuance and renewal of licenses for certified court interpreters, as
             638      provided in Section 78B-1-146 .
             639          (2) No revenue collection, appropriation from a fund or account, or appropriation to a
             640      program may be treated as nonlapsing unless:
             641          (a) it is expressly referenced by this section;
             642          (b) it is designated in a condition of appropriation in the appropriations bill; or
             643          (c) nonlapsing authority is granted under Section 63J-1-603 .
             644          (3) Each legislative appropriations subcommittee shall review the accounts and funds
             645      that have been granted nonlapsing authority under this section or Section 63J-1-603 .


             646          Section 8. One-time appropriation for classroom supplies.
             647          (1) (a) The State Board of Education shall distribute money appropriated for classroom
             648      supplies and materials to classroom teachers in school districts, the Utah Schools for the Deaf
             649      and the Blind, and charter schools on the basis of the number of classroom teachers in each
             650      school as compared to the total number of classroom teachers.
             651          (b) Teachers shall receive up to the following amounts:
             652          (i) a teacher on salary schedule steps one through three teaching in grades kindergarten
             653      through six or preschool handicapped - $250;
             654          (ii) a teacher on salary schedule steps one through three teaching in grades seven
             655      through twelve - $200;
             656          (iii) a teacher on salary schedule step four or higher teaching in grades kindergarten
             657      through six or preschool handicapped - $175; and
             658          (iv) a teacher on salary schedule step four or higher teaching in grades seven through
             659      twelve - $150.
             660          (c) If the appropriation is not sufficient to provide to each teacher the full amount
             661      allowed under Subsection (1)(b), teachers on salary schedule steps one through three shall
             662      receive the full amount allowed with the remaining monies apportioned to all other teachers.
             663          (2) Teachers shall spend money appropriated for classroom supplies and materials for
             664      school supplies, materials, or field trips under rules adopted by the State Board of Education.
             665          (3) As used in this section, "classroom teacher" or "teacher" means permanent teacher
             666      positions filled by one teacher or two or more job-sharing teachers:
             667          (a) who are licensed personnel;
             668          (b) who are paid on the teacher's salary schedule;
             669          (c) who are hired for an entire contract period; and
             670          (d) whose primary function is to provide instructional or a combination of instructional
             671      and counseling services to students in public schools.
             672          Section 9. Appropriations for state education agencies and programs that support
             673      school districts and charter schools -- Value of weighted pupil unit.
             674          (1) Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J, as applicable, the following
             675      sums of money are appropriated from resources not otherwise appropriated, or reduced from
             676      amounts previously appropriated, out of the funds or fund accounts indicated for distribution to


             677      state education agencies, school districts, and charter schools for the fiscal year beginning July
             678      1, 2010 and ending June 30, 2011. These appropriations are additions to amounts previously
             679      appropriated for fiscal year 2010-11.
             680          (2) The value of the weighted pupil unit (WPU) for fiscal year 2010-11 is increased by
             681      $90 over the value of the WPU for fiscal year 2010-11 established in H.B. 1, Minimum School
             682      Program Base Budget, for a total WPU value of $2,577.
             683      State Board of Education
             684      Item 1 To State Board of Education - State Office of Education
             685          From Uniform School Fund
($20,706,500)

             686          From Education Fund
$21,102,000

             687          From Federal Funds
$400

             688          From Dedicated Credits Revenue
$200

             689          Schedule of Programs:
             690              Board of Education - Operations
$18,500

             691              Student Achievement $332,500
             692              Data and Business Services
$23,000

             693              Law, Legislation and Educational Services
$22,100

             694          The Legislature intends that the State Board of Education develop a plan to create a
             695      website where best practices and studies of school districts and charter schools may be posted
             696      for the purpose of facilitating and encouraging innovation, cost-savings, and productivity. The
             697      State Board of Education is requested to make a report on the plan to the Education Interim
             698      Committee no later than the committee's October interim committee meeting.
             699      Item 2 To State Board of Education - Utah State Office of Education - Initiative Programs
             700          From General Fund
$946,200

             701          From Uniform School Fund
($3,182,100)

             702          From Education Fund
$7,119,400

             703          Schedule of Programs:
             704              Contracts and Grants
        $4,883,500

             705      Item 3 To State Board of Education - State Charter School Board
             706          From Uniform School Fund
($575,800)

             707          From Education Fund
$575,800


             708      Item 4 To State Board of Education - Educator Licensing Professional Practices
             709          From Uniform School Fund Restricted - Professional Practices
$200

             710          Schedule of Programs:
             711              Educator Licensing
        $200

             712      Item 5 To State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Child Nutrition
             713          From Uniform School Fund
($136,700)

             714          From Education Fund
$139,500

             715          From Federal Funds
$400

             716          From Dedicated Credits Revenue
$100

             717          Schedule of Programs:
             718              Child Nutrition
        $3,300

             719      Item 6 To State Board of Education - Fine Arts Outreach
             720          From Uniform School Fund
($2,731,000)

             721          From Education Fund
$2,786,800

             722          Schedule of Programs:
             723              Professional Outreach Programs
$54,800

             724              Subsidy Program
        $1,000

             725      Item 7 To State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Educational Contracts
             726          From Uniform School Fund
($3,114,700)

             727          From Education Fund
$3,137,800

             728          Schedule of Programs:
             729              Youth Center
            $23,100

             730      Item 8 To State Board of Education - Science Outreach
             731          From Uniform School Fund
($1,661,600)

             732          From Education Fund
$1,695,500

             733          Schedule of Programs:
             734              Informal Science Education Enhancement
$25,600

             735              Science Enhancement
    $8,300

             736      Item 9 To State Board of Education - Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
             737          From Uniform School Fund
($22,311,000)

             738          From Education Fund
$22,753,700


             739          From Federal Funds
($300)

             740          From Dedicated Credits Revenue
$500,000

             741          From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
($186,000)

             742          Schedule of Programs:
             743              Instructional Services
        $297,000

             744              Support Services
        $145,400

             745              Institutional Council
        $314,000

             746      Item 10 To State Board of Education - Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind - Institutional
             747      Council
             748          From Dedicated Credits Revenue
($500,000)

             749          From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
$186,000

             750          Schedule of Programs:
             751              Institutional Council
($314,000)

             752      Basic School Program
             753      Item 11 To Basic School Program
             754          From Uniform School Fund
($1,560,112,936)

             755          From Education Fund
$1,627,171,936

             756          Schedule of Programs:
             757              Kindergarten
$2,385,270

             758              Grades 1 - 12
$45,939,690

             759              Necessarily Existent Small Schools
$688,410

             760              Professional Staff
$4,202,820

             761              Administrative Costs
$139,500

             762              Special Education - Add-on
$5,751,270

             763              Special Education - Pre-school
$805,950

             764              Special Education - Self-contained
$1,272,330

             765              Special Education - Extended Year
$35,370

             766              Special Education - State Programs
$159,840

             767              Career & Technical Ed District Add-on
$2,453,310

             768              Class Size Reduction
$3,225,240

             769          The Legislature intends that the State Board of Education allocate $23,484 from the


             770      appropriation to the Career & Technical Education District Add-on program to support summer
             771      Career & Technical Education agriculture programs. This allocation is in addition to the
             772      allocation provided for summer Career & Technical Education agriculture programs for fiscal
             773      year 2010-11 in H.B. 1, Minimum School Program Base Budget.
             774      Related to Basic Programs
             775      Item 12 To Related to Basic Programs
             776          From Uniform School Fund
($374,194,403)

             777          From Education Fund
$590,968,302

             778          From Education Fund, One-time
$12,708,000

             779          Schedule of Programs:
             780              Social Security and Retirement
($13,139,631)

             781              To and From School - Pupil Transportation
$1,312,900

             782              Guarantee Transportation Levy
$10,000

             783              Flexible Allocation - WPU Distribution
$217,566,730

             784              Intervention for Student Success Block Grant
$300,000

             785              Adult Education
    $185,300

             786              Electronic High School
($1,960,000)

             787              Charter School Local Replacement
$14,564,900

             788              Charter School Administration
$617,600

             789              Public Education Job Enhancement
($1,793,300)

             790              Educator Salary Adjustments
$5,081,200

             791              Library Books & Electronic Resources
($90,000)

             792              Critical Languages & Dual Immersion
$750,000

             793              USTAR Centers (Year-Round Math & Science)
$124,200

             794              Performance Based Compensation
$294,000

             795              Teacher Supplies and Materials
$5,000,000

             796              Beverley Taylor Sorenson Elementary Arts
$658,000

             797          The Legislature intends that monies for the Flexible Allocation - WPU Distribution
             798      program be distributed to school districts and charter schools on the basis of the number of
             799      weighted pupil units in a school district or charter school compared to the total number of
             800      weighted pupil units and that the State Board of Education provide for the reporting of school


             801      districts' and charter schools' expenditures of the program monies.
             802          The Legislature intends that the State Board of Education allocate $51,700 from the
             803      appropriation for To and From School - Pupil Transportation to support transportation costs at
             804      the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind. This allocation is in addition to the allocation
             805      provided to support transportation costs at the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind for
             806      fiscal year 2010-11 in H.B. 1, Minimum School Program Base Budget.
             807          The Legislature intends that enrollment in charter schools in the 2011-12 school year
             808      may increase up to 6,000 students over the projected enrollment of 42,211 students in the
             809      2010-11 school year.
             810      Voted and Board Leeway Programs
             811      Item 13 To Voted and Board Leeway Programs
             812          From Uniform School Fund
($37,240,184)

             813          From Education Fund
$57,928,148

             814          Schedule of Programs:
             815              Voted Leeway
$15,891,364

             816              Board Leeway
$4,796,600

             817      School Building Programs
             818      Item 14 To School Building Programs
             819          From Uniform School Fund
($22,049,700)

             820          From Education Fund
$14,499,700

             821          Schedule of Programs:
             822              Capital Outlay Foundation Program
($6,566,500)

             823              Capital Outlay Enrollment Growth Program
($983,500)

             824          Section 10. Effective date.
             825          This bill takes effect on July 1, 2010.


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