BUDGET AFTER SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM
How to Build Your Program Budget | Extended Notes
Running a high-quality after-school program costs nearly $4,000 per student. And while we often share resources and strategies for financing your program, we also like to provide budgeting tips - like these cost-saving strategies - to ensure all students have access to quality programming after school, regardless of their socioeconomic status.
HANDOUT: Sample Budget
PDF filea budget for your school-age care program. I. BUDGET SUMMARY This form provides a summary of the program expenses by category (Program Expense column) and anticipated revenue for the budget period (Revenue Statement), providing a picture of a balanced budget. Numbers for each budget expense category are transferred from theFile Size: 95KBPage Count: 6
2001 Budget Analysis: After School Programs
After School Programs. The 2001-02 Governor's Budget includes $43 million in new General Fund resources for initiatives aimed at improving the academic skills of students through activities offered after "regular" school hours. Specifically, the budget provides: $20 million (Proposition 98) for half-year expansion of the After School Learning and Safe Neighborhoods Partnerships Program, in
Proposed Music Program - Mountain Song Community School
PDF filesome are using specialized programs, before or after school, to augment their Music Program. The Mozart String Program in Colorado Springs, for Grades 3-5, is an excellent example of that. There are a variety of approaches being used in Waldorf schools in Colorado depending on
State Budget: After School Program Under Threat
LOS ANGELES – California’s state budget is about to be finalized. LA’s BEST Afterschool Enrichment Program is a free program for elementary school students. The President and CEO of the program, Eric Gurna, says the governor has proposed a budget that could cause up to 9,000 students across Los Angeles to lose their space in a variety of after school programs
Creatively Preparing the Music Department Budget | SmartMusic
One of a music director’s most difficult tasks is preparing the music department budget. In addition to tapping your inner accountant, you also have to predict the future in order to anticipate both the growth and long-term needs of your music program.
An Administrator’s Guide to Music Department Budgeting
Building a budget in its simplest form is not difficult. For a music program, you can devise the categories for both income and expenses. Income would include any funds that you receive directly from the overall school budget, fundraising, and grants. Income could include the following: District and school funds; Fundraisers; Support groups
PolitiFact: Trump’s budget cuts afterschool programs. Do
President Donald Trump’s budget zeros out the $1.2 billion for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers program that helps fund after-school and summer programs in disadvantaged communities
Budget cuts lead to dissonance in school music programs
The well-tempered student. Cuts continue even though there is strong evidence that the arts contribute to a complete education. For example, data from The College Board shows that in 2015, students who took four years of arts and music classes while in high school scored an average of 92 points higher on their SATs than did students who took only one-half year or less.