Here you can find the most up-to-date financial information for AUSD. AUSD employs close to 1,000 employees servicing almost 10,000 students. The District’s resources are comprised of Local, State, and Federal revenue.
2012-2013 District Financials
|Governor's Budget Proposal||May Revise||Adopted Budget, SACS Report|
|First Interim , SACS||Second Interim , SACS|
|Governor's Budget Proposal||May Revise||Adopted Budget, SACS Report: Part I , Part II , Part III , Part IV|
|First Interim, SACS Report||Second Interim, SACS Report|
|Governor's Budget Proposal||May Revise||Adopted Budget||AUSD Audit Report|
|First Interim, SACS Report||Unaudited Actuals, SACS Report|
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Bond Report and Parcel Taxes
Measure C Facilities Bond
Measure C, generously passed by Alameda voters in 2004, provided $63 million in funds for a myriad of needed improvements to our schools district wide. The $63 million was maximized by combining it with developer fees and State Modernization and Growth funds for a total of $91 million.
To view the specific projects completed under Measure C funding, see the updates below:
Thanks to Measure C, our schools are now safer, more energy efficient, connected to technology, and ADA accessible.
Measures A & H Parcel Taxes
Measure A was a $3 million parcel tax passed by voters in 2005. Measure H was a $4 million parcel tax passed by voters in 2008.
Their combined $7 million in funding helps offset cuts by the State of California to support teacher staffing, school counseling, music programs, athletic programs and Advanced Placement courses, among other programs.
Both parcel taxes have been replaced as of June 2011 by a new parcel tax, Measure A, which was passed by Alameda voters on March 8, 2011. See below for more information on Measure A 2011.
Measure A 2011- Replacement Parcel Tax
On March 8, 2011 Alameda voters passed Measure A by 68.01%. This new parcel tax has replaced the previous Measure A & H effective June 2011. Measure A will generate approximately $12 million per year for seven years. Click here to read more about the details of Measure A .
Measure H Lawsuits
In August 2008, two lawsuits were filed against Measure H.
The lawsuits are Beery v. Alameda Unified School District and Borikas v. Alameda Unified School District. Both lawsuits are “reverse validation actions” which means that the plaintiffs are asking a judge to invalidate Measure H and prohibit AUSD from collecting the parcel tax.
In June 2010, the Judge in the Beery v. AUSD case ruled that the Measure H parcel tax structure is legal. See press release for all the details .
Please see the latest press releases for more updates on the status of the lawsuits.