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Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District

Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
0009 AGWSR 2,452,078 2,849,171 397,093
0018 ADAIR-CASEY 1,620,747 1,883,213 262,466
0027 ADEL DESOTO MINBURN 6,130,759 7,123,582 992,823
0063 AKRON WESTFIELD 2,288,123 2,658,664 370,541
0072 ALBERT CITY-TRUESDALE 670,252 778,793 108,541
0081 ALBIA 5,564,591 6,465,728 901,137
0099 ALBURNETT 2,326,128 2,702,824 376,696
0108 ALDEN 1,091,685 1,268,474 176,789
0126 ALGONA 5,445,688 6,327,569 881,881
0135 ALLAMAKEE 5,507,638 6,399,552 891,914
0153 ALLISON-BRISTOW 1,382,718 1,606,637 223,919
0171 ALTA 1,994,286 2,317,243 322,957
0225 AMES 14,762,160 17,152,762 2,390,602
0234 ANAMOSA 6,221,157 7,228,619 1,007,462
0243 ANDREW 1,332,635 1,548,444 215,809
0252 ANITA 1,213,602 1,410,134 196,532
0261 ANKENY 33,709,273 39,168,193 5,458,920
0270 ANTHON-OTO 1,071,638 1,245,180 173,542
0279 APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG 3,331,267 3,870,736 539,469
0333 ARMSTRONG-RINGSTED 1,311,483 1,523,866 212,383
0355 AR-WE-VA 1,235,952 1,436,104 200,152
0387 ATLANTIC 6,622,260 7,694,677 1,072,417
0414 AUDUBON 2,487,478 2,890,303 402,825
0423 AURELIA 1,000,517 1,162,542 162,025
0441 A-H-S-T 2,734,995 3,177,903 442,908
0472 BALLARD 7,224,415 8,394,345 1,169,930
0504 BATTLE CREEK-IDA GROVE 2,988,394 3,472,338 483,944
0513 BAXTER 1,659,232 1,927,930 268,698
0540 BCLUW 2,407,247 2,797,079 389,832
0549 BEDFORD 2,479,056 2,880,517 401,461
0576 BELLE PLAINE 2,817,808 3,274,127 456,319
0585 BELLEVUE 2,737,700 3,181,047 443,347
0594 BELMOND-KLEMME 2,949,703 3,427,382 477,679
0603 BENNETT 693,514 805,822 112,308
0609 BENTON 6,994,769 8,127,510 1,132,741
0621 BETTENDORF 17,374,779 20,188,472 2,813,693
0657 EDDYVILLE-BLAKESBURG 2,420,669 2,812,675 392,006
0720 BONDURANT-FARRAR 5,924,140 6,883,503 959,363
0729 BOONE 10,308,410 11,977,766 1,669,356
0747 BOYDEN-HULL 2,644,089 3,072,276 428,187
0819 WEST HANCOCK 2,319,358 2,694,958 375,600
0846 BROOKLYN-GUERNSEY-MALCOM 2,282,819 2,652,502 369,683
0873 NORTH IOWA 1,870,911 2,173,888 302,977
0882 BURLINGTON 22,549,720 26,201,449 3,651,729
0914 C AND M 814,499 946,400 131,901
0916 CAL 1,208,136 1,403,783 195,647
0918 CALAMUS-WHEATLAND 2,069,456 2,404,586 335,130
0936 CAMANCHE 4,021,456 4,672,696 651,240
0977 CARDINAL 3,122,573 3,628,246 505,673
0981 CARLISLE 9,136,629 10,616,226 1,479,597
0999 CARROLL 7,179,256 8,341,873 1,162,617

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010


Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District
Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
1044 CEDAR FALLS 18,370,242 21,345,141 2,974,899
1053 CEDAR RAPIDS 77,146,874 89,640,132 12,493,258
1062 CENTER POINT-URBANA 6,396,668 7,432,552 1,035,884
1071 CENTERVILLE 7,832,404 9,100,793 1,268,389
1079 CENTRAL LEE 3,983,090 4,628,116 645,026
1080 CENTRAL 2,401,651 2,790,577 388,926
1082 CENTRAL CLINTON 7,010,647 8,145,960 1,135,313
1089 CENTRAL CITY 2,453,887 2,851,272 397,385
1093 CENTRAL DECATUR 3,445,402 4,003,355 557,953
1095 CENTRAL LYON 2,999,575 3,485,330 485,755
1107 CHARITON 7,514,459 8,731,360 1,216,901
1116 CHARLES CITY 7,055,222 8,197,753 1,142,531
1134 CHARTER OAK-UTE 1,402,268 1,629,353 227,085
1152 CHEROKEE 4,739,678 5,507,227 767,549
1197 CLARINDA 4,176,295 4,852,609 676,314
1206 CLARION-GOLDFIELD 3,365,743 3,910,795 545,052
1211 CLARKE 6,647,987 7,724,570 1,076,583
1215 CLARKSVILLE 1,930,623 2,243,270 312,647
1218 CLAY CENTRAL-EVERLY 1,375,999 1,598,830 222,831
1221 CLEAR CREEK AMANA 5,783,157 6,719,688 936,531
1224 CLEARFIELD 274,070 318,453 44,383
1233 CLEAR LAKE 5,020,979 5,834,082 813,103
1278 CLINTON 22,877,922 26,582,800 3,704,878
1332 COLFAX-MINGO 3,849,450 4,472,835 623,385
1337 COLLEGE 17,656,209 20,515,477 2,859,268
1350 COLLINS-MAXWELL 2,266,968 2,634,084 367,116
1359 COLO-NESCO 1,931,412 2,244,187 312,775
1368 COLUMBUS 4,620,439 5,368,679 748,240
1413 COON RAPIDS-BAYARD 2,164,731 2,515,290 350,559
1431 CORNING 2,266,641 2,633,704 367,063
1449 CORWITH-WESLEY 428,079 497,403 69,324
1476 COUNCIL BLUFFS 45,995,880 53,444,509 7,448,629
1503 CRESTON 7,016,574 8,152,846 1,136,272
1576 DALLAS CENTER-GRIMES 7,345,313 8,534,822 1,189,509
1602 DANVILLE 2,237,138 2,599,423 362,285
1611 DAVENPORT 73,798,925 85,750,012 11,951,087
1619 DAVIS COUNTY 5,283,604 6,139,237 855,633
1638 DECORAH COMMUNITY 5,683,533 6,603,931 920,398
1675 DELWOOD 1,245,381 1,447,060 201,679
1701 DENISON 10,383,338 12,064,828 1,681,490
1719 DENVER 3,133,690 3,641,163 507,473
1737 DES MOINES INDEPENDENT 164,805,222 191,493,979 26,688,757
1782 DIAGONAL 447,157 519,570 72,413
1791 DIKE-NEW HARTFORD 3,366,466 3,911,635 545,169
1854 DOWS 479,624 557,295 77,671
1863 DUBUQUE 51,497,204 59,836,723 8,339,519
1908 DUNKERTON 2,291,234 2,662,279 371,045
1917 BOYER VALLEY 2,059,150 2,392,611 333,461
1926 DURANT 2,543,038 2,954,861 411,823
1935 UNION 5,415,867 6,292,919 877,052
1944 EAGLE GROVE 4,022,037 4,673,371 651,334

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010


Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District
Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
1953 EARLHAM 2,722,458 3,163,336 440,878
1963 EAST BUCHANAN 2,559,426 2,973,902 414,476
1965 EAST CENTRAL 1,834,640 2,131,744 297,104
1967 EAST GREENE 1,717,616 1,995,769 278,153
1970 EAST UNION 2,347,806 2,728,013 380,207
1972 EASTERN ALLAMAKEE 1,605,504 1,865,501 259,997
1975 RIVER VALLEY 1,784,678 2,073,691 289,013
1989 EDGEWOOD-COLESBURG 2,154,731 2,503,671 348,940
2007 ELDORA-NEW PROVIDENCE 3,194,644 3,711,988 517,344
2016 ELK HORN-KIMBALLTON 1,102,759 1,281,341 178,582
2088 EMMETSBURG 2,596,573 3,017,065 420,492
2097 ENGLISH VALLEYS 2,423,091 2,815,489 392,398
2113 ESSEX 1,052,189 1,222,582 170,393
2124 ESTHERVILLE LINCOLN 6,697,295 7,781,863 1,084,568
2151 EXIRA 1,111,414 1,291,398 179,984
2169 FAIRFIELD 7,392,612 8,589,781 1,197,169
2205 FARRAGUT 1,101,759 1,280,179 178,420
2295 FOREST CITY 5,946,710 6,909,727 963,017
2313 FORT DODGE 18,780,088 21,821,358 3,041,270
2322 FORT MADISON 10,848,520 12,605,342 1,756,822
2349 FREDERICKSBURG 1,121,078 1,302,627 181,549
2367 FREMONT 874,154 1,015,716 141,562
2369 FREMONT-MILLS 2,037,100 2,366,991 329,891
2376 GALVA-HOLSTEIN 1,595,479 1,853,853 258,374
2403 GARNER-HAYFIELD 3,520,578 4,090,705 570,127
2457 GEORGE-LITTLE ROCK 2,139,837 2,486,365 346,528
2466 GILBERT 4,627,690 5,377,104 749,414
2493 GILMORE CITY-BRADGATE 482,215 560,305 78,090
2502 GLADBROOK-REINBECK 2,750,297 3,195,683 445,386
2511 GLENWOOD 9,393,793 10,915,035 1,521,242
2520 GLIDDEN-RALSTON 1,405,978 1,633,664 227,686
2556 GRAETTINGER-TERRIL 1,414,883 1,644,011 229,128
2664 GREENE 1,177,738 1,368,462 190,724
2673 NODAWAY VALLEY 3,132,800 3,640,129 507,329
2682 GMG 1,577,360 1,832,800 255,440
2709 GRINNELL-NEWBURG 7,729,459 8,981,177 1,251,718
2718 GRISWOLD 2,730,333 3,172,486 442,153
2727 GRUNDY CENTER 2,751,692 3,197,304 445,612
2754 GUTHRIE CENTER 2,365,886 2,749,020 383,134
2763 CLAYTON RIDGE 2,523,154 2,931,757 408,603
2766 H-L-V 1,467,684 1,705,363 237,679
2772 HAMBURG 1,269,973 1,475,634 205,661
2781 HAMPTON-DUMONT 5,864,979 6,814,761 949,782
2826 HARLAN 6,661,686 7,740,487 1,078,801
2834 HARMONY 1,909,924 2,219,220 309,296
2846 HARRIS-LAKE PARK 999,166 1,160,972 161,806
2862 HARTLEY-MELVIN-SANBORN 3,007,970 3,495,084 487,114
2977 HIGHLAND 3,223,039 3,744,982 521,943
2988 HINTON 2,192,344 2,547,375 355,031
3029 HOWARD-WINNESHIEK 6,249,393 7,261,427 1,012,034
3033 HUBBARD-RADCLIFFE 1,455,885 1,691,653 235,768

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010


Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District
Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
3042 HUDSON 3,089,212 3,589,483 500,271
3060 HUMBOLDT 5,303,692 6,162,578 858,886
3105 INDEPENDENCE 7,024,927 8,162,552 1,137,625
3114 INDIANOLA 14,616,918 16,983,999 2,367,081
3119 INTERSTATE 35 3,785,320 4,398,319 612,999
3141 IOWA CITY 46,747,666 54,318,040 7,570,374
3150 IOWA FALLS 4,853,458 5,639,433 785,975
3154 IOWA VALLEY 3,034,208 3,525,571 491,363
3186 JANESVILLE CONSOLIDATED 1,493,838 1,735,752 241,914
3195 JEFFERSON-SCRANTON 4,723,291 5,488,187 764,896
3204 JESUP 3,958,229 4,599,229 641,000
3231 JOHNSTON 23,885,265 27,753,274 3,868,009
3312 KEOKUK 11,207,995 13,023,031 1,815,036
3330 KEOTA 1,167,586 1,356,666 189,080
3348 KINGSLEY-PIERSON 1,973,732 2,293,361 319,629
3375 KNOXVILLE 9,377,647 10,896,274 1,518,627
3411 SOUTHERN CAL 2,015,420 2,341,800 326,380
3420 LAKE MILLS 2,394,190 2,781,908 387,718
3465 LAMONI 1,792,902 2,083,247 290,345
3537 LAURENS-MARATHON 1,492,563 1,734,271 241,708
3555 LAWTON-BRONSON 2,475,315 2,876,171 400,856
3582 EAST MARSHALL 3,361,939 3,906,376 544,437
3600 LE MARS 9,117,207 10,593,658 1,476,451
3609 LENOX 1,897,157 2,204,385 307,228
3645 LEWIS CENTRAL 10,228,763 11,885,221 1,656,458
3691 NORTH CEDAR 4,144,649 4,815,839 671,190
3705 LINEVILLE-CLIO 359,307 417,494 58,187
3715 LINN-MAR 28,244,803 32,818,800 4,573,997
3744 LISBON 3,063,232 3,559,295 496,063
3798 LOGAN-MAGNOLIA 2,939,818 3,415,896 476,078
3816 LONE TREE 1,821,898 2,116,938 295,040
3841 LOUISA-MUSCATINE 3,399,856 3,950,433 550,577
3897 LUVERNE 148,836 172,939 24,103
3906 LYNNVILLE-SULLY 1,757,013 2,041,546 284,533
3942 MADRID 3,056,539 3,551,519 494,980
3978 MALVERN 1,531,693 1,779,737 248,044
3996 IKM 1,725,570 2,005,011 279,441
4014 MANNING 1,874,801 2,178,409 303,608
4023 MANSON NORTHWEST WEBSTER 2,178,511 2,531,302 352,791
4033 MAPLE VALLEY 2,317,334 2,692,606 375,272
4041 MAQUOKETA 7,707,341 8,955,477 1,248,136
4043 MAQUOKETA VALLEY 3,100,142 3,602,183 502,041
4068 MARCUS-MERIDEN-CLEGHORN 1,474,627 1,713,430 238,803
4086 MARION INDEPENDENT 8,908,202 10,350,807 1,442,605
4104 MARSHALLTOWN 27,423,006 31,863,921 4,440,915
4122 MARTENSDALE-ST MARYS 2,299,128 2,671,451 372,323
4131 MASON CITY 18,426,186 21,410,145 2,983,959
4149 MOC-FLOYD VALLEY 5,818,892 6,761,211 942,319
4203 MEDIAPOLIS 3,569,766 4,147,858 578,092
4212 MELCHER-DALLAS 1,691,933 1,965,927 273,994
4269 MIDLAND 2,421,348 2,813,464 392,116

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010


Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District
Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
4271 MID-PRAIRIE 5,628,648 6,540,158 911,510
4356 MISSOURI VALLEY 4,306,975 5,004,452 697,477
4419 MFL MARMAC 3,657,674 4,250,002 592,328
4437 MONTEZUMA 2,070,449 2,405,740 335,291
4446 MONTICELLO 4,147,817 4,819,520 671,703
4491 MORAVIA 1,581,270 1,837,343 256,073
4505 MORMON TRAIL 1,160,241 1,348,132 187,891
4509 MORNING SUN 1,015,406 1,179,842 164,436
4518 MOULTON-UDELL 1,052,656 1,223,124 170,468
4527 MOUNT AYR 2,829,346 3,287,534 458,188
4536 MOUNT PLEASANT 9,513,844 11,054,527 1,540,683
4554 MOUNT VERNON 4,881,081 5,671,529 790,448
4572 MURRAY 1,550,146 1,801,179 251,033
4581 MUSCATINE 26,583,078 30,887,974 4,304,896
4599 NASHUA-PLAINFIELD 2,981,857 3,464,743 482,886
4617 NEVADA 7,024,744 8,162,340 1,137,596
4644 NEWELL-FONDA 1,778,115 2,066,065 287,950
4662 NEW HAMPTON 3,988,063 4,633,895 645,832
4689 NEW LONDON 2,696,342 3,132,991 436,649
4725 NEWTON 14,907,685 17,321,854 2,414,169
4751 NISHNA VALLEY 863,547 1,003,391 139,844
4761 NORA SPRINGS-ROCK FALLS 1,862,492 2,164,106 301,614
4772 NORTH CENTRAL 2,117,040 2,459,876 342,836
4773 NORTHEAST 2,346,583 2,726,592 380,009
4774 NORTH FAYETTE 4,065,324 4,723,667 658,343
4775 NORTHEAST HAMILTON 821,245 954,239 132,994
4776 NORTH MAHASKA 2,145,556 2,493,010 347,454
4777 NORTH LINN 3,520,574 4,090,700 570,126
4778 NORTH KOSSUTH 1,272,828 1,478,951 206,123
4779 NORTH POLK 5,305,975 6,165,231 859,256
4784 NORTH SCOTT 12,396,576 14,404,092 2,007,516
4785 NORTH TAMA COUNTY 2,152,359 2,500,914 348,555
4787 NORTH WINNESHIEK 1,273,292 1,479,490 206,198
4788 NORTHWOOD-KENSETT 2,006,592 2,331,542 324,950
4797 NORWALK 11,837,181 13,754,108 1,916,927
4824 RIVERSIDE 2,530,644 2,940,460 409,816
4860 ODEBOLT-ARTHUR 1,411,719 1,640,334 228,615
4869 OELWEIN 6,969,464 8,098,107 1,128,643
4878 OGDEN 2,885,619 3,352,919 467,300
4890 OKOBOJI 726,680 844,360 117,680
4905 OLIN CONSOLIDATED 1,045,840 1,215,204 169,364
4978 ORIENT-MACKSBURG 789,063 916,845 127,782
4995 OSAGE 4,059,295 4,716,662 657,367
5013 OSKALOOSA 11,347,204 13,184,784 1,837,580
5049 OTTUMWA 23,727,274 27,569,697 3,842,423
5121 PANORAMA 2,833,493 3,292,352 458,859
5139 PATON-CHURDAN 799,026 928,421 129,395
5157 SOUTH O'BRIEN 2,421,274 2,813,378 392,104
5163 PEKIN 2,952,590 3,430,736 478,146
5166 PELLA 8,793,684 10,217,744 1,424,060
5184 PERRY 9,651,100 11,214,011 1,562,911

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010


Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District
Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
5250 PLEASANT VALLEY 14,433,346 16,770,700 2,337,354
5256 PLEASANTVILLE 3,049,686 3,543,556 493,870
5283 POCAHONTAS AREA 2,128,591 2,473,297 344,706
5301 POMEROY-PALMER 756,907 879,481 122,574
5310 POSTVILLE 2,560,297 2,974,914 414,617
5319 PCM 4,657,990 5,412,310 754,320
5323 PRAIRIE VALLEY 2,478,889 2,880,323 401,434
5328 PRESCOTT 349,680 406,308 56,628
5337 PRESTON 1,533,945 1,782,354 248,409
5463 RED OAK 6,179,159 7,179,819 1,000,660
5486 REMSEN-UNION 1,369,841 1,591,675 221,834
5508 RICEVILLE 932,459 1,083,462 151,003
5607 ROCK VALLEY 2,781,311 3,231,720 450,409
5616 ROCKWELL-SWALEDALE 1,339,260 1,556,141 216,881
5625 ROCKWELL CITY-LYTTON 1,745,541 2,028,216 282,675
5643 ROLAND-STORY 4,199,176 4,879,196 680,020
5697 RUDD-ROCKFORD-MARBLE RK 2,044,439 2,375,518 331,079
5724 RUTHVEN-AYRSHIRE 1,009,672 1,173,180 163,508
5742 SAC 1,943,795 2,258,575 314,780
5751 ST ANSGAR 2,501,756 2,906,893 405,137
5805 SAYDEL 4,075,932 4,735,993 660,061
5823 SCHALLER-CRESTLAND 1,395,689 1,621,708 226,019
5832 SCHLESWIG 1,313,839 1,526,604 212,765
5868 SENTRAL 532,258 618,453 86,195
5877 SERGEANT BLUFF-LUTON 5,158,854 5,994,285 835,431
5895 SEYMOUR 944,566 1,097,530 152,964
5922 SCMT 1,774,011 2,061,296 287,285
5949 SHELDON 4,743,848 5,512,073 768,225
5976 SHENANDOAH 4,567,042 5,306,634 739,592
5994 SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN 3,255,608 3,782,825 527,217
6003 SIDNEY 1,887,541 2,193,212 305,671
6012 SIGOURNEY 2,678,801 3,112,609 433,808
6030 SIOUX CENTER 4,129,007 4,797,663 668,656
6039 SIOUX CITY 74,765,176 86,872,739 12,107,563
6048 SIOUX CENTRAL 1,718,753 1,997,090 278,337
6092 SOUTH CLAY 250,139 290,647 40,508
6093 SOLON 5,009,361 5,820,583 811,222
6094 SOUTHEAST WARREN 2,694,941 3,131,363 436,422
6095 SOUTH HAMILTON 2,886,081 3,353,457 467,376
6096 SOUTHEAST WEBSTER GRAND 2,447,768 2,844,163 396,395
6097 SOUTH PAGE 1,115,397 1,296,026 180,629
6098 SOUTH TAMA COUNTY 7,803,802 9,067,559 1,263,757
6100 SOUTH WINNESHIEK 2,721,216 3,161,893 440,677
6101 SOUTHEAST POLK 28,373,860 32,968,757 4,594,897
6102 SPENCER 8,081,874 9,390,663 1,308,789
6120 SPIRIT LAKE 2,585,190 3,003,839 418,649
6138 SPRINGVILLE 1,912,431 2,222,132 309,701
6165 STANTON 944,383 1,097,318 152,935
6175 STARMONT 3,142,684 3,651,614 508,930
6219 STORM LAKE 11,318,987 13,151,998 1,833,011
6246 STRATFORD 890,895 1,035,168 144,273

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010


Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District
Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
6264 WEST CENTRAL VALLEY 4,280,296 4,973,452 693,156
6273 SUMNER 2,271,877 2,639,787 367,910
6408 TIPTON 3,510,909 4,079,470 568,561
6417 TITONKA CONSOLIDATED 657,285 763,726 106,441
6453 TREYNOR 2,419,850 2,811,723 391,873
6460 TRI-CENTER 3,020,363 3,509,484 489,121
6462 TRI-COUNTY 1,316,888 1,530,146 213,258
6471 TRIPOLI 2,143,234 2,490,312 347,078
6509 TURKEY VALLEY 1,790,502 2,080,458 289,956
6512 TWIN CEDARS 1,915,114 2,225,250 310,136
6516 TWIN RIVERS 637,943 741,252 103,309
6534 UNDERWOOD 3,093,522 3,594,491 500,969
6561 UNITED 890,739 1,034,986 144,247
6579 URBANDALE 12,819,197 14,895,153 2,075,956
6591 VALLEY 2,157,494 2,506,881 349,387
6592 VAN BUREN 3,488,788 4,053,767 564,979
6615 VAN METER 2,396,947 2,785,112 388,165
6633 VENTURA 470,574 546,779 76,205
6651 VILLISCA 1,805,637 2,098,044 292,407
6660 VINTON-SHELLSBURG 8,706,142 10,116,025 1,409,883
6700 WACO 2,433,226 2,827,266 394,040
6741 WALL LAKE VIEW AUBURN 2,136,668 2,482,683 346,015
6750 WALNUT 895,798 1,040,864 145,066
6759 WAPELLO 3,423,352 3,977,734 554,382
6762 WAPSIE VALLEY 3,182,090 3,697,401 515,311
6768 WASHINGTON 8,490,579 9,865,554 1,374,975
6795 WATERLOO 54,489,133 63,313,169 8,824,036
6822 WAUKEE 23,198,716 26,955,544 3,756,828
6840 WAVERLY-SHELL ROCK 8,259,815 9,597,419 1,337,604
6854 WAYNE 2,545,834 2,958,109 412,275
6867 WEBSTER CITY 7,130,525 8,285,251 1,154,726
6921 WEST BEND-MALLARD 1,297,202 1,507,273 210,071
6930 WEST BRANCH 3,224,685 3,746,895 522,210
6937 WEST BURLINGTON IND 2,132,622 2,477,981 345,359
6943 WEST CENTRAL 1,083,681 1,259,174 175,493
6950 WEST DELAWARE COUNTY 6,975,762 8,105,425 1,129,663
6957 WEST DES MOINES 28,547,340 33,170,331 4,622,991
6961 WESTERN DUBUQUE 11,959,723 13,896,495 1,936,772
6969 WEST HARRISON 2,293,913 2,665,392 371,479
6975 WEST LIBERTY 6,024,998 7,000,693 975,695
6983 WEST LYON 2,957,505 3,436,447 478,942
6985 WEST MARSHALL 3,923,316 4,558,662 635,346
6987 WEST MONONA 3,017,975 3,506,710 488,735
6990 WEST SIOUX 3,573,537 4,152,240 578,703
6992 WESTWOOD 2,028,111 2,356,546 328,435
7002 WHITING 776,551 902,307 125,756
7029 WILLIAMSBURG 4,987,745 5,795,466 807,721
7038 WILTON 3,510,009 4,078,424 568,415
7047 WINFIELD-MT UNION 1,684,445 1,957,226 272,781
7056 WINTERSET 7,626,964 8,862,084 1,235,120
7083 WODEN-CRYSTAL LAKE 498,326 579,025 80,699

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010


Proposed FY 2011 School Foundation Aid By District
Governor's
0% Allowable Growth, Recommendation:
no replacement of 10% 2% Allowable Growth, Increase due to
ATB, and no ARRA $48m ARRA Funding, Governor's
District Name Funding and $100 million Recommendation
7092 WOODBINE 1,998,690 2,322,360 323,670
7098 WOODBURY CENTRAL 2,539,523 2,950,777 411,254
7110 WOODWARD-GRANGER 3,216,155 3,736,983 520,828
STATE-WIDE TOTAL 2,146,457,984 2,494,057,965 347,599,981

Iowa Department of Management; March 15, 2010

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