Per-Pupil Aid for 2014-15
2014-15 Per Pupil Aid Eligibility - all districts (data as of March 4, 2015)
2014-15 Revenue Limit Pre-Populated Worksheet as of March 4, 2015 (Line 6 - Current Three-Year Average Membership is used in the computation of 2014-15 Per Pupil Aid).
Per-Pupil Aid for 2015-16
The Governor's budget eliminates per-pupil funding for the 2015-16 fiscal year.
115.437 Per pupil aid.
(1) In this section, "number of pupils enrolled" has the meaning given in s. 121.90 (1) (intro.) and includes 40 percent of the summer enrollment.
(2) Annually on the 4th Monday of March, the department shall pay to each school district an amount equal to the average of the number of pupils enrolled in the school district in the current and 2 preceding school years multiplied by $75 in the 2013-14 school year and by $150 in each school year thereafter. The department shall make the payments from the appropriation under s. 20.255 (2) (aq).
Together, parts 1 and 2 specify the same value as the three-year rolling average membership used in determining the revenue limit. On DPI's revenue limit worksheet, this is the value calculated on Line 6.
Eligibility: School districts automatically receive this aid; they do not have to submit a claim. There are no eligibility criteria for this aid program (this differs from the $50 per-pupil adjustment aid in 2012-13, which was linked to a district's levy).
Funding: Per-pupil aid is a sum-sufficient statewide appropriation in the biennial budget. The amount paid to each district is determined by a straightforward calculation and there is no proration of aid. As enacted, this program will provide $75 per pupil in 2013-14 and $150 per pupil beginning in 2014-15. The pupil count used for the Per Pupil Aid calcuation is the Line 6 Current Year Membership from districts' Revenue Limit worksheet, as of March of the year in which the aid is calculated.
Payment Details: Per-pupil aid is paid on the fourth Monday of March. Revenues are coded to Fund 10, Source 619.