Budget and Accounting
The District operates on a fiscal cycle that begins July 1 and ends June 30. The Board of Trustees adopts a budget annually on or before June 30th for the next fiscal year. Throughout the year, the Board may amend this budget as needed. The Board must also publish a first and second interim report and certify the final ending position for each fiscal year. Additionally, an independent auditor must publish an audit of the District's financial position annually in December following the close of the fiscal year.
- 2005-1 Series 2015
- 2005-1_Series 2005
- 2005-2_Series 2006
- 2005-2_Series 2015
- 2005-3_Series 2006
- 2005-3_Series 2015
- WestsideUSD_CFD2007-1 IA A_FY201617_SpecialTaxReport_FINAL
- WestsideUSD Management Discussion And Analysis
- 2016 12 06 First Interim 2016-2017 Presentation
- 2016 11 16 AVSTA Capital Outlay Westside Presentation
- 2016 09 06 Unaudited Actuals 2015-16 Presentation
- 2016 08 16 Presentation Long Term Structural Fiscal Outlook
- 2016 06 14 Adopted Budget 2016-17 Presentation
- 2016 05 09 AB 1200 Public Disclosure Of 2015-16 Proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement
- 2016 03 08 Second Interim Budget 2015-16 Presentation
- 2016 03 08 Attendance Summary Presentation
- 2016 01 19 Certified Audited Financial Statements 2014-15
The Board of Trustees has adopted a number of policies and procedures designed to ensure that the District is compliant with all laws governing student attendance. The district offers both a home school and an independent study program in addition to home/hospital services for those students who qualify. Regular attendance in school is a critical factor in the academic success of our students. Additionally, the District's budget is highly dependent for the majority of its income upon student attendance. Thus, a high rate of absenteeism compromises our ability to offer the programs and services for which we budget each year. Student attendance is reported to the State of California for financial purposes three times annually. Problems in student attendance are an issue for compulsory education laws, and the District is aggressively ensuring that students attend school.
Purchasing and Warehouse
The district operates a central warehouse and receives all shipments of purchased goods in that location for processing. Stock in the warehouse is determined based upon frequency of use. Central purchasing allows the District to realize discounts for volume and to work with vendors in order to achieve the best possible value for our dollars. This process also ensures that we are compliant with laws governing our mandates to handle hazardous materials correctly. Deliveries to our schools from the central warehouse occur daily. Purchases are made in compliance with all laws governing public school districts, and large projects and purchases are let for public bid in compliance with the public contract code. Purchases in excess of $7,500.00 must be pre-approved by the Board of Trustees prior to orders being placed. Salespeople are welcome to call the District buyer for appointments and to place catalogs in the buyer’s office for use by all district staff.