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School Performance Budgeting & School Change Reporting 

As part of the FY11 school budget process, all Milwaukee Public Schools traditional schools will participate in performance budgeting, linking each school's FY11 line item budgets to individual school improvement plan and to "Working Together - Achieving More", the district's strategic plan. Instrumentality charter schools are not required to participate in this School Improvement Plan activity, but are encouraged to do so.

All schools will be required to prepare and submit the new "School Change Report" which replaces the Program Adequacy and Notice of Programmatic Change forms previously required for school budget reporting.  

  • Materials and Instructions needed to complete each of these reports are contained in the Documentation Portlets. Click here to view the MediaSite Training Video.

  • Individual school workbooks containing the performance measure template and budget worksheets for all school budgets contributing to the IFAS "Budget and Staffing Summary Report" are organized in grade-span folders for traditional schools in the Performance Measure Workbook portlet. Individualized School Change Report forms are also organized in grade-span folders for traditional schools and found under the School Change Report Forms portlet.

  • Instrumentality charter school budgets and School Change Reports are contained in appropriately labeled charter school folders.

  • NOTE: Workbooks and forms must be downloaded from the Portal. Schools cannot save changes in the portal environment.

Completed performance budget and School Change Report forms are due in the Budget Office by the end of the day on Wednesday, March 17th 2010. Templates are to be emailed to the budget office as an attachment to the following email address "budget@milwaukee.k12.wi.us" (no quotation marks) from a non-MPS email address or "budget" (no quotation marks) from MPS email.

All drop-in sessions will be held at the Technology Center on 66th & Capital. Dates and times are listed below. Schools may also contact their budget analyst or administrative accountability specialist for technical assistance.

3/5/10 - room 218, 8:00am - Noon

3/8/10 - room 218, 1:30pm - 4:30pm

3/10/10 - room 218, 3:30pm - 7:30pm

3/15/10 - room 217, 8:00am - Noon and 1:30pm - 4:30pm

School Performance Measure Documents  
  Name
PDF Documents 01 School Performance Measure Document Guide
PDF Documents 02 School Performance Measure Check Off
PDF Documents 03 Accessing Performance Budget Urgent Facts
MS Excel Documents 04 Sample Performance Measure Workbook
MS Excel Documents 05 Strategic Plan Reference Guide
PDF Documents 06 District Strategic Plan
School Performance Measure Workbooks  
  Name
Document Folders Charter Schools
Document Folders Elementary Schools
Document Folders High Schools
Document Folders K-8 Schools
Document Folders Middle Schools
School Change Report Documentation  
  Name
PDF Documents 07 School Change Report Instructions
MS Excel Documents 08 School Change Report FY11 Sample
School Change Report Forms  
  Name
Document Folders Charter Schools
Document Folders Elementary Schools
Document Folders High Schools
Document Folders K-8 Schools
Document Folders Middle Schools
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