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121.85(6)(ar)3.a.a. If one or more bonds are issued under s. 66.431 (5r) [s. 66.1333 (5r)], subd. 2. does not apply beginning in the first fiscal year following certification by the secretary of administration to the department that the last principal and interest payment on the bonds has been made.
121.85 Note NOTE: The bracketed language indicates the correct cross-reference. Corrective legislation is pending.
121.85(6)(ar)3.b. b. If no bonds are issued under s. 66.431 (5r) [s. 66.1333 (5r)] by the date specified in that section, subd. 2. does not apply beginning in the first fiscal year following that date.
121.85 Note NOTE: The bracketed language indicates the correct cross-reference. Corrective legislation is pending.
121.85(6)(b) (b) Interdistrict transfer.
121.85(6)(b)2.2. In each school year, the school district of attendance of pupils transferring from one school district to another under sub. (3) (a) shall receive an amount equal to that produced by multiplying the number of pupils transferred into the school district under sub. (3) (a) in the previous school year by the amount produced by dividing the school district's net school cost by the sum of the membership, plus the number of pupils transferred into the school district of attendance in the previous school year under sub. (3) (a). This subdivision applies to aid paid in the 1995-96 school year only if the number of pupils transferring from one school district to another under sub. (3) (a) in the 1994-95 school year constitutes less than 5% of the total membership of the school district of attendance.
121.85(6)(b)3. 3. If, in the 1994-95 school year, the number of pupils transferring from one school district to another under sub. (3) (a) constitute 5% or more of the total membership of the school district of attendance, in the 1995-96 school year the school district of attendance shall receive an amount equal to 1.2 multiplied by the amount to which the district is entitled under subd. 2.
121.85(6)(c) (c) Special applications. If a school district finds that it has incurred costs beyond aids received because of the number of pupils which it has accepted as transfers under this section, it may apply to the department for supplementary aids under this subsection. If the department finds that the school district has incurred costs for which reimbursement has not been made under par. (b) 2. or 3., it shall supplement the state aids paid to the district under this section in an amount equal to the unreimbursed cost.
121.85(6)(d) (d) Aid in lieu of tuition. Aid payments under this section shall be in lieu of tuition payments required under subch. V. Aid payments under this section shall not be made for interdistrict transfers under sub. (6) (b), if tuition payments are made from funds received by the school district of residence under P.L. 73-167 and P.L. 81-874, as amended, for pupils so transferring from such district of residence.
121.85(6)(e) (e) Sources of aid payments. State aid under this section shall be paid from the appropriations under s. 20.255 (2) (ac) and (q).
121.85(6)(g) (g) Minority census tracts.
121.85(6)(g)1.1. In this paragraph:
121.85(6)(g)1.a. a. "Base year enrollment" means the number of pupils enrolled in the nonspecialty public schools located in minority census tracts in the 1984-85 school year.
121.85(6)(g)1.b. b. "Minority census tract" means a census tract that has a nonwhite population of 20% or more, according to the most recent federal decennial census, and that is located in a school district containing a 1st class city.
121.85(6)(g)2. 2. Each pupil attending a nonspecialty public school in a minority census tract who is in excess of the base year enrollment shall be counted as an additional 0.2 pupil in membership for general aid under subch. II.
121.85(6m) (6m)Use of aid for lease or loan payments. If the board of directors of the school district operating under ch. 119 leases buildings or sites from the redevelopment authority of the city or borrows money from the redevelopment authority of the city under s. 119.16 (3) (c), it may use intradistrict transfer aid under sub. (6) to make lease payments or repay the loan. If the board of school directors decides to use the aid to make lease payments or repay the loan, it may request the department to remit the intradistrict transfer aid under sub. (6) to the redevelopment authority of the city of Milwaukee in an annual amount agreed to by the board of school directors and the department, and the department shall ensure that the aid remittance does not affect the amount determined to be received by the board of school directors as state aid under s. 121.08 for any other purpose.
121.85(7) (7)Transportation. Transportation shall be provided to pupils transferring schools under this section if required under subch. IV. Transportation for a pupil attending a public school under sub. (3) (a) outside the pupil's school district of residence shall be provided pursuant to agreement between the school district of residence and the school district of attendance. If either the school district of residence or the school district of attendance operates a program of intradistrict transfers under sub. (3) (b), that school district shall be responsible for the cost of transportation. The school district may meet this responsibility either by contracting directly for provision of transportation or by reimbursing another school district for the cost of such a contract. Transportation for a pupil attending a public school under sub. (3) (b) outside his or her attendance area of residence may be provided by his or her school district. A school district providing transportation under this subsection may not claim transportation aid under subch. IV for pupils so transported. A school district that transports a pupil who moves outside his or her attendance district during the school year to the school in the pupil's former attendance district may use intradistrict transfer aid under sub. (6) to pay the costs of transporting the pupil.
121.85(8) (8)Transferred pupils. Pupils transferring schools under this section shall be subject to the same rules and regulations as resident pupils and shall have the responsibilities, privileges and rights of resident pupils in the school district or attendance area. Subject to this subsection, a pupil transferring schools under either sub. (3) (a) or (b) has the right to complete his or her education at the elementary, middle or high school to which he or she transfers so long as full funding therefor is available under s. 20.255 (2) (ac) and (q).
121.85(9) (9)Planning councils.
121.85(9)(a)(a) Annually on or before October 1, the school board of each school district lying wholly or partially within a county having a population of 500,000 or more shall organize a planning council with the school board of the school district within such county containing a 1st class city. Each planning council shall consist of 10 members, 5 members from the school district containing a 1st class city and 5 members from the school district which does not contain a 1st class city. The representatives of the planning council from each school district shall include, for terms of membership determined by the school board, 3 school board members, the school district administrator and one public member who resides in the school district. In the case of school districts containing a 1st class city, the school board may appoint the same persons as representatives to more than one planning council, and the school district administrator may select a representative to serve in his or her place on any planning council. Within 180 days after its appointment, each planning council shall make a recommendation to its appointing school boards on a cooperative program designed to facilitate transfers under sub. (3) (a) for the ensuing school term to promote cultural and racial integration. The recommendations shall include achievement and other relevant factors for the school boards to consider in permitting pupils to transfer for the purpose of facilitating, so far as possible, a balanced representation of the pupils who might transfer under sub. (3) (a). Within 90 days after receiving the recommendation of the planning council, each school board shall determine the extent to which its district will participate in the cooperative program. Upon making its determination, each school board shall disseminate information concerning the cooperative program to pupils and parents and guardians of pupils in the school district. Information shall be disseminated regarding the availability of transfers, the nature of the transportation to be provided, the courses and programs to be available to transfer pupils and any other aspects which the school board determines to be appropriate.
121.85(9)(b) (b) Within 90 days after determining that its district will participate in transfers under this section, the school board of a district not subject to par. (a) shall make appointments to, and shall organize with other participating school districts, a planning council to make recommendations to facilitate cooperative programs.
121.85(9)(c) (c) The obligation under par. (a) to organize planning councils shall apply only with regard to school terms for which full pupil transfer aids are appropriated under s. 20.255 (2) (ac) and (q) and planning council assistance funds are appropriated under s. 20.255 (1) (a).
121.85 Note NOTE: Chapter 220, laws of 1975, which created this section, contains a legislative declaration of policy in section 1 of the act.
121.86 121.86 Merged attendance area programs.
121.86(1) (1)Definitions. In this section:
121.86(1)(a) (a) "Base school" means the school in a merged attendance area that has the lowest enrollment of the schools in the merged attendance area.
121.86(1)(b) (b) "Merged attendance area" means an attendance area that contains one of the following:
121.86(1)(b)1. 1. Two or more schools that offer elementary grades, with each such grade offered at only one school.
121.86(1)(b)2. 2. Two or more schools that offer middle school grades, with each such grade offered at only one school.
121.86(1)(b)3. 3. Two or more schools that offer high school grades, with each such grade offered at only one school.
121.86(2) (2)State aid.
121.86(2)(a)(a) Except as provided under sub. (3), if a school board establishes a merged attendance area after January 1, 1984, for the purpose of reducing racial imbalance in the school district, the school district shall be entitled to an amount determined as follows:
121.86(2)(a)1. 1. Divide the state aid received in the current school year under s. 121.08 by the membership used to compute state aid to the school district for the current school year.
121.86(2)(a)2. 2. Multiply the number of pupils enumerated under pars. (b) and (c) by 0.25.
121.86(2)(a)3. 3. Multiply the quotient under subd. 1. by the product under subd. 2.
121.86(2)(b) (b) The number of minority group pupils enrolled in the base school, not to exceed:
121.86(2)(b)1. 1. The number of minority group pupils who reside in the merged attendance area; minus
121.86(2)(b)2. 2. The number of minority group pupils enrolled in the base school or 30% of the total enrollment of the base school, whichever is greater.
121.86(2)(c) (c) The number of minority group pupils enrolled in the nonbase schools located in the merged attendance area or 30% of the total enrollment of such nonbase schools, whichever is less.
121.86(3) (3)State aid exception. Pupils under sub. (2) (b) and (c) who are enrolled in a kindergarten program or in a preschool program under subch. V of ch. 115 shall be multiplied under sub. (2) (a) 2. by a number equal to the result obtained by multiplying 0.25 by the appropriate fraction under s. 121.004 (7) (c), (cm) or (d).
121.86(4) (4)Transportation. A school district shall provide transportation to pupils under this section if required under subch. IV, but may not claim transportation aid under subch. IV for the number of pupils determined under sub. (2).
121.87 121.87 School district report.
121.87(1) (1) Any school district that receives aid under this subchapter in any school year shall submit a report to the state superintendent, on a form provided by the state superintendent, by October 15 of the following school year. The report shall include all of the following for the school year in which the school district received aid:
121.87(1)(a) (a) The number of pupils who transferred to the school district, the number of pupils who transferred to another school district and the number of intradistrict transfers under this subchapter.
121.87(1)(b) (b) The number of pupils who transferred to the school district under this subchapter who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches under 42 USC 1758.
121.87(1)(c) (c) A detailed description of how the school district used the aid received under this subchapter, including any expenditures on staff, materials and services that are not related to the special transfer program. The report shall separately describe the use of aid received under s. 121.85 (6) (b) 3.
121.87(1)(d) (d) The additional costs incurred by the school district for the pupils who transferred to the school district under this subchapter, including the cost of any additional teachers and the costs of counseling, remediation and pupil transportation.
121.87(1)(e) (e) Any other information requested by the state superintendent.
121.87(2) (2) The state superintendent shall develop a standard method for reporting under sub. (1).
121.87(3) (3) In addition to the report under sub. (1), annually by May 1 the board of school directors of the school district operating under ch. 119 shall submit a report to the legislature under s. 13.172 (2) that specifies the number, percentage, race, sex, grade and attendance area of pupils transferred outside their attendance area without written consent under s. 121.85 (6) (am).
121.87 History History: 1989 a. 31; 1995 a. 27 s. 9145 (1); 1997 a. 27, 113; 1999 a. 9, 19.
subch. VII of ch. 121 SUBCHAPTER VII
REVENUE LIMIT
121.90 121.90 Definitions. In this subchapter:
121.90(1) (1) "Number of pupils enrolled" means the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September, including pupils identified in s. 121.05 (1) (a) 1. to 11., except that "number of pupils enrolled" excludes the number of pupils attending public school under s. 118.145 (4) and except as follows:
121.90(1)(a) (a) In determining a school district's revenue limit for the 1998-99 school year, a number equal to 20% of the summer enrollment in 1998 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 1998.
121.90(1)(b) (b) In determining a school district's revenue limit in the 1999-2000 school year, a number equal to 20% of the summer enrollment in 1998 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 1998; and a number equal to 20% of the summer enrollment in 1999 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 1999.
121.90(1)(c) (c) In determining a school district's revenue limit in the 2000-01 school year, a number equal to 20% of the summer enrollment in 1998 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 1998; a number equal to 20% of the summer enrollment in 1999 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 1999; and a number equal to 40% of the summer enrollment in the year 2000 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 2000.
121.90(1)(d) (d) In determining a school district's revenue limit in the 2001-02 school year, a number equal to 20% of the summer enrollment in the year 1999 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 1999; a number equal to 40% of the summer enrollment in the year 2000 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 2000; and a number equal to 40% of the summer enrollment in the year 2001 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 2001.
121.90(1)(dm) (dm) In determining a school district's revenue limit in the 2002-03 school year, a number equal to 40% of the summer enrollment in the year 2000 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 2000; a number equal to 40% of the summer enrollment in the year 2001 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 2001; and a number equal to 40% of the summer enrollment in the year 2002 shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September 2002.
121.90(1)(dr) (dr) In determining a school district's revenue limit in the 2003-04 school year and in each school year thereafter, a number equal to 40% of the summer enrollment shall be included in the number of pupils enrolled on the 3rd Friday of September of each appropriate school year.
121.90(1)(e) (e) In determining a school district's revenue limit for the 2000-01 school year or for any school year thereafter, the department shall calculate the number of pupils enrolled in each school year prior to the 2000-01 school year as the number was calculated in that school year under s. 121.85 (6) (b) 1. and (f), 1997 stats.
121.90(1m) (1m) "Revenue" means the sum of state aid and the property tax levy.
121.90(2) (2) "State aid" means aid under ss. 121.08, 121.09 and 121.105 and subch. VI, as calculated for the current school year on October 15 under s. 121.15 (4) and including adjustments made under s. 121.15 (4), and amounts under s. 79.095 (4) for the current school year, except that "state aid" excludes all of the following:
121.90(2)(a) (a) Any additional aid that a school district receives as a result of ss. 121.07 (6) (e) 1. and (7) (e) 1. and 121.105 (3) for school district consolidations that are effective on or after July 1, 1995, as determined by the department.
121.90(2)(b) (b) Any additional aid that a school district receives as a result of s. 121.07 (6) (e) 2. and (7) (e) 2. for school district reorganizations under s. 117.105, as determined by the department.
121.90(3) (3) "Summer enrollment" means the summer average daily membership equivalent for classes approved under s. 121.14.
121.90 History History: 1993 a. 16; 1995 a. 27; 1997 a. 27, 113, 237, 286; 1999 a. 9, 32, 186.
121.905 121.905 Applicability.
121.905(1)(1) In this section, "revenue ceiling" means $6,300 in the 1999-2000 school year and in any subsequent school year means $6,500.
121.905(2) (2) The revenue limit under s. 121.91 does not apply to any school district in any school year in which its base revenue per member, as calculated under sub. (3), is less than its revenue ceiling.
121.905(3) (3) A school district's base revenue per member is determined as follows:
121.905(3)(a)1.1. Except as provided under subd. 2., calculate the sum of the amount of state aid received in the previous school year and property taxes levied for the previous school year, excluding funds described under s. 121.91 (4) (c), and the costs of the county children with disabilities education board program, as defined in s. 121.135 (2) (a) 2., for pupils who were school district residents and solely enrolled in a special education program provided by a county children with disabilities education board in the previous school year.
121.905(3)(a)2. 2. For a school district created under s. 117.105, for the school year beginning with the effective date of the reorganization, perform the following calculations:
121.905(3)(a)2.a. a. Calculate the sum under subd. 1. for each of the school districts from which territory was detached to create the new school district.
121.905(3)(a)2.b. b. For each of those school districts, divide the result in subd. 2. a. by the number of pupils enrolled in that school district in the previous school year.
121.905(3)(a)2.c. c. For each of those school districts, multiply the result in subd. 2. b. by the number of pupils enrolled in that school district in the previous school year who resided in territory that was detached to create the new school district.
121.905(3)(a)2.d. d. Calculate the sum of the amounts determined under subd. 2. c.
121.905(3)(b)1.1. Except as provided under subd. 2., divide the result in par. (a) 1. by the sum of the average of the number of pupils enrolled in the 3 previous school years and the number of pupils enrolled who were school district residents and solely enrolled in a special education program provided by a county children with disabilities education board program in the previous school year.
121.905(3)(b)2. 2. For a school district created under s. 117.105, for the school year beginning with the effective date of the reorganization, divide the result in par. (a) 2. by the number of pupils who in the previous school year were enrolled in a school district from which territory was detached to create the new school district and who resided in the detached territory; for the school year beginning on the first July 1 following the effective date of the reorganization, divide the result in par. (a) 2. by the number of pupils in the previous school year; and for the school year beginning on the 2nd July 1 following the effective date of the reorganization, divide the result in par. (a) 2. by the average of the number of pupils in the 2 previous school years.
121.905(3)(c)2.2. For the limit for the 1996-97 school year, add $206 to the result under par. (b).
121.905(3)(c)3. 3. For the limit for the 1997-98 school year, add the result under s. 121.91 (2m) (c) 2. to the result under par. (b).
121.905(3)(c)4. 4. For the limit for the 1998-99 school year or for any school year thereafter, add the result under s. 121.91 (2m) (d) 2. to the result under par. (b).
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