2022-2023 Adopted Budget
The School Board adopted the 2022-2023 Budget on June 16, 2022
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Local Control Funding Formula
The State’s 2013-14 Budget Act simplified the state’s school finance method and replaced it with the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Based on the LCFF funding formula, K-12 schools receive base amount of funding for every student they serve. In addition to the base funding, LCFF provides supplemental funding for each student who is an English learner, foster youth and for students who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. In Murrieta Valley Unified School District approximately 35% of our students fall into one of these categories. This additional funding is intended to help eliminate the achievement gaps that exist for students who live in poverty, English learners and various ethnic groups.
For more information on school expenditures, spending per student, average teachers' salaries and spending for books and instructional materials, see our School Accountability Report Cards and the district's annual Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) which is aligned with the district's budget and goals to improve student performance.