Business Services - Financial Transparency
The State of Texas prescribes the adoption criteria for school district budgets. The general operating budget is adopted at the "function" level. Function describes the general nature of the expenditure, such as "11" for instruction and "34" for transportation. Each function is itemized with its description in the adopted budget. Visit the Budget Information webpage for more detailed budget explanations. For a plain-language explanation of what the proposed budget includes see the documents entitled "Presentation of XXXX-XX (year) Proposed Budget." For a more detailed explanation of the State accounting system for schools, please see www.TexasTransparency.org.
Leander ISD's fiscal year begins on September 1 and ends on August 31.
Leander ISD Responds to Empower Texans Blog
In this document, LISD responds to criticisms regarding its debt management and growth strategy.Read the article.
|Budget Information Webpage|
Please note: The PDF documents are searchable by using the edit menu on your main toolbar, then select "find". Next, type in your search criteria, then press the return/enter key to highlight each occurrence.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
LISD Check Registers by Fiscal Year
2014-15 Monthly Check Registers
Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST)
Financial Allocation Study for Texas (FAST)
|Superintendent Pledge Regarding Bond Packages|
|Business Services Staff|
|Public Information Request|
|LISD Construction and Capital Improvements|
|How do our Facility Costs Compare?|
|Your Tax Dollars at Work|
|LISD Legislative Priorities|
|Superintendent Employment Contract|
|Board Coffee Notes - May 3, 2014|
|Proceeds vs. Payback|
This detailed table outlines the actual money the district received in proceeds for listed bond series. LISD's average payback ratio for the district's debt portfolio is 2.41:1, based on the actual transactions that have occurred.
|LISD 10-Year Capital Needs|
This table summarizes the projected capital needs of the district, including Major Maintenance, Technology, Transportation and Ancillary Needs.
|Issues that Impact LISD Debt|
This document gives you a quick glance at how LISD structures debt and the issues and constraints of issuing debt in Texas.
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