Killeen ISD provides budget and financial information online to increase transparency and align with the initiatives of the Texas Comptroller for financial transparency. We have provided links to our comprehensive annual financial reports, adopted budget, historical tax rate information, FIRST Reports and debt obligations. Other information may be accessed on the sidebar.
The data below is from Killeen ISD's Governmental Fund Statements in the District's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended August 31, 2018. Governmental Funds include the General Fund, Special Revenue Funds, Debt Service Funds and Capital Project Funds.
|Local and Intermediate Sources||$90,925,303|
|State Program Revenues||$266,844,359|
|Federal Program Revenues||$98,474,820|
|Instructional resources and media services||$11,141,064|
|Curriculum development/instructional staff development||$11,622,818|
|Guidance, counseling and evaluation services||$16,941,396|
|Social work services||$1,839,830|
|Student (pupil) transportation||$13,931,901|
|Facilities maintenance and operations||$37,686,494|
|Security and monitoring services||$3,751,418|
|Data processing services||$5,695,568|
|Bond issuance cost and fees||$2,011,140|
|Facilities acquisition and construction||$8,600,017|
|Other Intergovernmental Charges||$846,711|
Property tax is a levy on property that the owner is required to pay. The tax is levied by the governing authority of the jurisdiction in which the property is located.
Total property tax revenue for KISD for the year ended August 31, 2018 was $80,020,627.00. This represents $1,803.00 per student.
You may access the information to KISD’s Historical Tax Rates here.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
|CAFR FY 2018||CAFR FY 2015|
|CAFR FY 2017||CAFR FY 2014|
|CAFR FY 2016||Archives|
Killeen ISD Full-Time Equivalent Employees
Killeen ISD had 6,810 full time equivalent positions as of August 31, 2018. Full time equivalent is a unit that indicates the workload of an employed person in a way that makes workloads comparable across various contexts.
|Support and Administration||1,617||1,662||1,689||1,739||1,750|
Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas is administered by TEA to ensure the Texas Public Schools are held accountable for the quality of their financial management practices. Killeen ISD received a superior rating for 2016-2017 (based on 2015-2016 data).
The school district is required by law to prepare an annual budget for the General Fund, Debt Service Fund and School Nutrition. Following are the links to the original budgets adopted by the Board of Trustees.
FY 2020 Adopted Budget by Function
FY 2019 Adopted Budget by Function
FY 2018 Adopted Budget by Function
FY 2017 Adopted Budget by Function
FY 2016 Adopted Budget by Function
Killeen ISD provides information about its annual debt information on their website as required by HB 1378, which was passed by the 84th Legislature to increase the transparency of local government debt
Killeen ISD posts monthly check registers online as part of the financial transparency initiative.
Chief Financial Officer
Director of Financial Reporting
Director of Financial Services
Board Vice President