The Chicago Public Schools FY2012 Final Budget Book is the approved financial and policy plan of the Chicago Public Schools for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2011, and ends June 30, 2012. The fiscal year encompasses 12 months, as mandated by the 1995 Amendatory Act enacted by the Illinois legislature.
The FY2012 Final Budget Book includes line-item expenditure details, summary financial tables, and narrative overviews of CPS programs, goals, and financial policies and procedures.
The Budget Book also contains snapshots of individual school budgets to provide readers with an at-a-glance view of school based budgets and demographics that impact the budgets. These snapshots are included in the Schools at a Glance section. Departmental budget summaries are also included.
Public hearings about the budget took place in August at the locations and times listed below. The Chicago Board of Education voted to approve the FY2012 budget at its August 24 board meeting.
Fiscal Year 2012 (FY12) Final Budget Book Online
Additional Financial Tables
Appropriations by Functional and Organizational Level
Appropriations by Fund and Organizational Level
Appropriations by Funds, Units, and Account Groups
Area and Central Office Units, All Funds
Area and Central Office Units, by Fund Group
Schools and School Support Units, All Funds
Schools and School Support Units, by Fund Group
FY 2012 Public Budget Hearings
The objective of the hearings is to present the proposed budget to the general public and provide an opportunity for public testimony (verbally or in written form) from principals, school staff, local school council members, parents and interested community residents.
|Wednesday, August 10 2011
Lane Tech High School
2501 W. Addison Street
|Thursday, August 11, 2011
Westinghouse High School
3223 W Franklin Blvd
|Friday, August 12, 2011
Simeon High School
8147 S Vincennes
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