Budget & Finance


The Adopted Budget represents a continuation of District educational programs through the Governing Board’s three aims which are to:
  • Maximize achievement for all students
  • Operate with increasing efficiency and effectiveness
  • Hire, Develop, Sustain and Value a High-Quality Diverse Workforce

The Budget process starts in January of each year with the “State of the State Address” by the Governor and continues through the state’s Adopted Budget plan for the coming fiscal year. Clovis Unified School District, like most school districts in California, is dependent upon the State for much of its revenue each year. The District’s Adopted Budget revenue projection is developed based on the State Budget, along with the District’s student enrollment projection for the budget year.

Contact Information

Kyle Ellis
Assistant Director, Budget and Finance
[email protected]

May 2022 Budget Update

Learn more about our budget and get updates on the state’s May Revise at a Budget 101 Webinar hosted by Associate Superintendent of Administrative Services Michael Johnston and Assistant Superintendent of Business Services Susan Rutledge.


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