Budget staff are primarily responsible for:
- Assisting departments with the development of their annual budgets
- Revising the budget based on changes in the educational needs of the sites and programs
- Monitoring revenues and expenditures to compare actual amounts with estimates
- Making recommendations and changes based on actual revenues and expenditures
- Monitoring changes in the State budget process
- Providing Interim Financial Reports to the Board and oversight agencies
- Ensuring program and site budgets stay within their allocation
Jessica Villarreal 730-7643
Director, Administrative Services, Budget Department - Coordination of Analyst assignments, preparation of the District budget document.
Becky Alvarado 735-8072
Administrative Services Analyst - Unrestricted General Fund programs (Lottery, Regular education salaries), Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER), Governor’s Emergency Educations Relief Fund, Education Protection Account (EPA), Learning Loss Mitigation, and Mandated Cost claims.
Lisa Garcia 730-7543
Administrative Services Analyst – Unrestricted Programs Ops II Grounds, ESSER III Facilities, Ongoing and Major Maintenance, Developer Fees, Utility – Electricity (Energy Savings), Adult Education, Building Fund, Capital Facilities Funds, New Construction and Modernization, Bond Measures, Non-Treasury Debt Service COP.
Heidi Gonzalez 730-7566
Administrative Services Analyst - Lottery VPIE Vocational Education, HEART, Transportation, Expanded Learning Opportunity Funds (ELO), Perkins, Preschool, Career Tech Ed (CTE), After School Education & Safety (ASES),Agricultural Vocational Ed, Business & Finance Academy, Classified Teacher Credentialing Program (CTC), Kitchen Infrastructure & Training (KIT), Homeless Grant, First Five, Sobrato Early Academic Language (SEAL), Child Care & Development Fund, Student Nutritional Services Fund, Self-Insurance Fund.
Lindsey Peyton 730-7544
Administrative Services Analyst – Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), Title I Basic Grants, Title II Supporting Effective Instruction and Comprehensive Literacy State Development (CLSD), Title III Immigrant Student Program and English Learner Student Program, Title IV Student Support & Academic Enrichment, American Indian Education, American Rescue Plan Homeless Children & Youth, Educator Effectiveness Block Grant (EEBG).
Yesenia Tadeo 735-8072
Administrative Services Analyst – Special Education, Medical Administrative Activities (MAA), Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P), Dept. of Rehab -We Can Work, Learning Recovery, Special Friends, CSEA Professional Development Grant, Low Performing Student Block Grant, Alternate Dispute Resolution.
Trudy Kalchik 730-7369
Budget Technician – Tyler Budget Training, Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Site Base Unrestricted Allocations, Donation Deposits, Mini-Grants, Property Loss Insurance Claims, Tulare County Hispanic Leadership Network (TCHLN), Textbooks, Technology Replacement, Equipment Replacement, Visalia Civic Authority, Four Creeks Café, Stadiums.
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