Today, the Sioux Falls public schools serve nearly 25,000 students, the largest community in South Dakota. During the last few decades, Sioux Falls has experienced steady growth, and we are one of the largest employers in Sioux Falls, employing teachers, education assistants, administrators, food service workers, nurses, clerical staff, maintenance workers, and support staff specialists.

It is the vision of the Sioux Falls School District to provide opportunities and challenges for each student to succeed as a lifelong learner in a changing world. The District values a highly trained and committed workforce, continually evaluating and improving their own and student performance. The District recognizes its role as a key contributor to the social, civic, and economic foundation of this community. To achieve this vision, we must ignite the hearts and minds of our students, staff, families, the business community, and citizens. With a long history of fiscal responsibility to compliment that motivation, stakeholders can rest assured the students of the Sioux Falls Public Schools are getting an amazing education at the most affordable tax rate.

2021-2022 Budget Book

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by the fund. There are three tax-supported funds of the District: the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, and the Capital Outlay Fund. The District also has two self-supported funds: the Food Service Fund and the Insurance Trust Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, and the Carpentry House.

2020-2021 Budget Book

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by the fund. There are three tax-supported funds of the District: the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, and the Capital Outlay Fund. The District also has two self-supported funds: the Food Service Fund and the Insurance Trust Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, and the Carpentry House.

2019-2020 Budget Book

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by fund. There are four tax supported funds of the District: the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, the Capital Outlay Fund, and the Bond Redemption Fund. The District also has two self-supported funds: the Food Service Fund and the Insurance Trust Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, and the Carpentry House.

2018-2019 Budget Book

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by fund. There are three tax supported funds of the District: the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, and the Capital Outlay Fund. The District also has two self-supported funds: the Food Service Fund and the Insurance Trust Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, and the Carpentry House.

2017-2018 Budget Book

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by fund. There are three tax supported funds of the District: the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, and the Capital Outlay Fund. The District also has two self-supported funds: the Food Service Fund and the Insurance Trust Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, and the Carpentry House.

2016-2017 Budget Book

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by fund. There are five tax supported funds of the District: the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, the Capital Outlay Fund, the Pension Fund, and the Bond Redemption Fund. The District also has two self-supported funds: the Food Service Fund and the Insurance Trust Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, and the Carpentry House.

2015-2016 Budget Book

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by fund. There are five tax supported funds of the District: the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, the Capital Outlay Fund, the Pension Fund, and the Bond Redemption Fund. The District also has two self-supported funds: the Food Service Fund and the Insurance Trust Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, and the Carpentry House.

2014-2015 Budget Book  

The Sioux Falls School District produces its budget book programmatically by fund. There are five tax supported funds of the District:  the General Fund, the Special Education Fund, the Capital Outlay Fund, the Pension Fund, and the Bond Redemption Fund. The District also has three self-supported funds:  the Food Service Fund, the Insurance Trust Fund, and the Post-Secondary Technical Fund. There are also several Enterprise Funds (expenses are covered by revenues generated in the fund) which include: the Reprographics Fund, the Community Education/Kids Inc Fund, the Carpentry House, the Post-Secondary Scarbrough Center Fund, the Post-Secondary Training Solutions Institute Fund, and the Post-Secondary Bookstore Fund.

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