August 11, 2017 – SISD Budget and Proposed Tax Rate Meeting

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING TO DISCUSS

BUDGET AND PROPOSED TAX RATE

Comparison of Proposed Budget with Last Year’s Budget

The applicable percentage increase or decrease (or difference) in the amount budgeted in the preceding fiscal year and the amount budgeted for the fiscal year that begins during the current tax year is indicated for each of the following expenditure categories.

Total Appraised Value and Total Taxable Value

(as calculated under Section 26.04, Tax Code)

Bonded Indebtedness

Total amount of outstanding and unpaid bonded indebtedness* $112,974,999

*Outstanding principal.

Comparison of Proposed Rates with Last Year’s Rates

Comparison of Proposed Levy with Last Year’s Levy on Average Residence

Notice of Rollback Rate: The highest tax rate the district can adopt before requiring voter approval at an election is $1.3755. This election will be automatically held if the district adopts a rate in excess of the rollback rate of $1.3755.

The SHARYLAND ISD will hold a public meeting at 5:45 PM, August 28, 2017 in Sharyland Pioneer High School Auditorium 10001 N. Shary Rd. Mission, TX. 78572. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the school district’s budget that will determine the tax rate that will be adopted. Public participation in the discussion is invited.

The tax rate that is ultimately adopted at this meeting or at a separate meeting at a later date may not exceed the proposed rate shown below unless the district publishes a revised notice containing the same information and comparisons set out below and holds another public meeting to discuss the revised notice.

Preceding Tax Year Current Tax Year

Total appraised value* of all property $3,704,724,973 $3,767,869,002

Total appraised value* of new property** $116,748,894 $72,003,214

Total taxable value*** of all property $3,095,956,202 $3,160,662,252

Total taxable value*** of new property** $115,625,183 $66,756,797

*Appraised value is the amount shown on the appraisal roll and defined by Section 1.04(8), Tax Code.

** “New property” is defined by Section 26.012(17), Tax Code.

*** “Taxable value” is defined by Section 1.04(10), Tax Code.

Maintenance & Interest & Local Revenue State Revenue

Operations Sinking Fund* Total Per Student Per Student

Last year’s Rate $1.1700 $0.2055* $1.3755 $4,392 $4,973

Rate to Maintain Same Level of Maintenance &

Operations Revenue & Pay Debt Service

Proposed Rate $1.1700 $0.2055* $1.3755 $4,508 $4,916

*The Interest & Sinking Fund tax revenue is used to pay for bonded indebtedness on construction, equipment, or both.

The bonds, and the tax rate necessary to pay those bonds, were approved by the voters of this district.

$1.3125 $0.2635* $1.5760 $4,757 $4,916”

Last Year This Year

Average Market Value of Residences $189,393 $188,608

Average Taxable Value of Residences $160,922 $162,242

Last Year’s Rate Versus Proposed Rate per $100 Value $1.3755 $1.3755

Taxes Due on Average Residence $2,213.48 $2,231.64

Increase (Decrease) in Taxes $18.16

Under state law, the dollar amount of school taxes imposed on the residence homestead of a person 65 years of age or older or of the surviving spouse of such a person, if the surviving spouse was 55 years of age or older when the person died, may not be increased above the amount paid in the first year after the person turned 65, regardless of changes in tax rate or property value.

Fund Balances

The following estimated balances will remain at the end of the current fiscal year and are not encumbered with or by a corresponding debt obligation, less estimated funds necessary for operating the district before receipt of the first state aid payment.

Maintenance and Operations Fund Balance(s) $24,000,000

Interest & Sinking Fund Balance(s) $400,000

Maintenance Tax $1.1700/$100 (proposed rate for maintenance and operations)

School Debt Service Tax

Approved by Local Voters

$0.2055/$100 (proposed rate to pay bonded indebtedness)

Maintenance and operations 0.96 % increase

Debt Service -0.74 % decrease

Total expenditures 0.81 % increase

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