What are the differences between school district funds, Moreland Education Foundation funds, and my Home & School Club funds?

Moreland Education Foundation

The Moreland Education Foundation raises funds to support all seven schools in the Moreland School District, and has the ability to...

  • raise funds for teacher and staff salaries.
  • fund educational programming available to the entire school district.
  • offer grants to teachers for innovative teaching models and projects.
  • offer support to all parent organizations by purchasing items to be shared district wide; such as, concessions equipment (popcorn and cotton candy machines, and hot dog roller).
  • supplement gaps in the school district’s budget when state and city funding is lacking.

Home & school Clubs

Home & School Clubs support needs and activities specific to their school site, and have the ability to...

  • purchase classroom and teaching supplies.
  • fund student activities such as field trips, events, and learning experiences.
  • build community support through activities and events.

Moreland school District general fund

The Moreland School District general fund is funded through four different revenue sources: Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) revenues (86%), Federal revenues (4%), State revenues (5%) and Local revenues (5%).  LCFF sources are the funds received from the state for each child that is in attendance on average during the course of the year.  With these funds the Moreland School District provides...

  • core curriculum programs.
  • infrastructure.
  • capital investments, such as schools buildings, fields, etc.
  • technology.
  • teaching, administrative, and support staf f.

What about the Measure G Parcel Tax and Measure K Bond that I've heard about?

Measure G Parcel tax

On June 7, 2016, voters approved Measure G Parcel Tax assessment for $142.00 per parcel for eight years. Parcel Tax funds allow Moreland School District to attract and retain high quality teachers, maintain high-quality science, reading and math programs, including classroom technology and learning materials, keep class size small and keep school libraries open and accessible to students. The tax is assessed against each parcel of taxable land within MSD boundaries.


Measure K Bond

The Measure K Bond was passed in 2010. This bond will continue to improve the buildings and classrooms that house our students. Projects include installing solar panels on all of our school sites to decrease the use of general fund money. Bond money cannot be used to pay salaries, which is the biggest part of a district’s budget. Go to www.moreland.org and search for Measure K for more information.