Report Location: Finance > Finance Custom Reports > Financial Well Being Reports > Per Pupil Expenditures All Funds
Financial Well Being Per Pupil Expenditures All Funds
Summary: Displays expenditures per pupil by object code. Can view different years, campuses, and programs
Usage: Review for accuracy and program objectives.
Data Sources: Fall PEIMS submission and Mid-Year PEIMS Submission.
Include Special Ed Funds and Students
-Total Fall Student Snapshot Count from StudentExtension Complex Type (40100) with ADA Codes (E0787) 1,2,3,4,5,6 (NOTE: Excludes students coded 0)
– PEIMS ActualExtension Complex Type (20032) on Object Codes (E0318) for Codes 6000 – 6999.
Exclude Special Ed Funds and Students
-Student ADA as above, but excludes Special Ed Students as indicated on the Fall PEIMS StudentProgramExtension Complex Type (40110) where Special Ed Indicator (E0794)= 0
-Same Object codes as above and excludes SPED PIC codes from total where Program Intent code E0320 = 23 & 33 (Code Table C147) from ActualExtension Complex Type(20032).
Show only SPED Funds and Students
-Displays students coded SPED in Fall PEIMS StudentProgramExtension Complex Type 40110( E0794) and PIC code of SPED from MidYear PEIMS ActualExtension Complex Type(20032) (E0320)=23 or 33 with Object codes listed above ( E0318).
Resources for definitions and calculations:
Example: Data Used for an 020-21 school year report.
– Fall snapshot count for 20-21 from the fall PEIMS submission submitted during the 20-21 school year.
– Actual 20-21 financial data from the Mid year financial submission submitted during 21-22 school year.
– Actual expenditures for a school year are submitted to TEA the following school year. Example; all revenue and expenditures for the 20-21 school year are reported to TEA in January 20122, during the 21-22 school year. Therefore, updated data for this report can only be generated by the district during the following year.
Mid-Year PEIMS files in OnDataSuite are associated with the year the data is reported (actual 2020-2021 data) as opposed to the year PEIMS collects (2021-2022). All reports reflect the use of the Mid-Year PEIMS data accurately upon the TEA PEIMS collections schedule.