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Fannie Williams charter unveils 2013-14 budget

The board of Fannie C. Williams Charter School announced its budget for the 2013-2014 school year, showing a small surplus of $37,984.

Fannie C. Williams’ budget relies on per-pupil revenue of 535 students at $4,144 per student to stay in the black this year. The local per-pupil revenue makes up 40 percent of expected income for this year.

The school sees the largest expenses in salaries, with 51.6 percent of the budget — or $2.8 million — spent on salaries for teachers, therapists, specialists, school administrators  and custodians. The cost of benefits rose 23 percent in the 2013-2014 budget.

Budgeted transportation costs totaled $640,000, or 11.7 percent of the total budget for the upcoming school year.

Community Leaders Advocating for Student Success is the board of Fannie C. Williams, which was given a D on the state’s reporting scale.

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