Multnomah Education Service District

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About MESD

  • 2016-17 Adopted Budget

    Multnomah Education Service District is an educational cooperative that provides a wide variety of programs and services on a regional basis to school districts in Multnomah County and beyond.  MESD is one of 19 ESDs in Oregon.  MESD's major areas of service include:

    • School Health Services
    • Special Education
    • Alternative Education
    • Technology
    • Outdoor School
    • School Improvement
    Governance
    MESD is governed by a seven-member, elected Board of Directors who serve four-year terms.  Five members are elected from zones and two are elected to at-large positions. Directors are not compensated for their services.
     
    Superintendent & Cabinet
    Sam Breyer is the Superintendent; Jim Rose is the Chief Operating Officer; Kathryn Skimas is the Director of Instructional Services; Todd Greaves is the Director of Special Education; Margo Lalich is the Director of School Health Services; Sean Woodard is the Human Resources Director; Doana Anderson is the Director of Business Services; Don Hicks is the Contracts and Risk Manager; Laura Conroy is the Public Information Officer.
     
    Staffing
    As of July 2016, MESD employed 436 staff members.  The largest categories of staff are educational assistants and school nurses.  MESD also employs certified teachers, school administrators, occupational/physical/speech therapists, specialists and support staff.
     
    Component Districts
    By Oregon Statute, MESD's primary customers are the eight public school districts in Multnomah County.  The total enrollment (ADMw) of our components districts is approximately 100,000 students.  Component districts include:
     
    Centennial        Corbett      David Douglas      Gresham-Barlow  
    Parkrose           Portland     Reynolds               Riverdale
     
     
    2016-17 MESD Financial Information
     
    2016-17 Revenues (see 2016-17 Adopted Budget, provided by Business Services):
       

    Revenues by Type

    Adopted Budget 2016-17

    Property Taxes

    $31,125,000

    State School Fund

     7,747,687

    Less Transits to Districts

     -12,000,000

    Net State School Fund

     26,599,687

    Local Sources

     8,030,682

    State Sources

     10,865,044

    Federal Sources

     2,224,196

    Other

     1,128,117

    Subtotal-Revenues by Type

     48,847,726

    SSF Revenue passed thru to Districts

     12,000,000

    Interfund Revenues for Debt Services

     2,775,022

    Interfund Revenues for Workers Comp

     696,000

    Total Revenues – Budgetary Funds

     64,318,748

     
    2016-17 Expenditures (see 2016-17 Adopted Budget, provided by Business Services):
     

    Expenditure by Category

    Adopted Budget 2016-17

    Personnel Costs

    $33,083,821

    Supplies and Services

     10,972,795

    Capital Outlay

     13,402

    Debt Service

     3,294,522

    Subtotal – Expenditures by Category

     47,364,540

    Transit Payments

     12,000,000

    Interfund Payment for Debt Service

     2,775,022

    Interfund Payment for Workers Comp

     696,000

    Total Expenditures – Budgetary Funds

     62,835,562

     
     

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