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Minimum School Program

The Minimum School Program (MSP) is the primary funding source for school districts and charter schools in Utah. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 total budget is $3,349,784,700 including state and local dollars. The MSP represents approximately 48.68% of total expenditures, while the balance includes 34.85% of local revenue, 8.73% of federal revenue, and 7.74% comes from other sources of revenue. The funds are used to support over 1,000 traditional, alternative, special education and charter schools for approximately 600,000 Utah students.

MSP funds are distributed according to formulas provided by State law, and State Board rules. The dollar amounts distributed by district and charter school can be found by clicking on the menu to left.

Allotment Memo for Fiscal Year

November FY2015
October FY2015

  

Recipient Report FY2014

Due Dates

Report Due Dates

Fiscal Year Information

2014-2015

Charter School Summaries Legislative Estimates

District Summaries Legislative Estimates

MSP Legislative Estimates

Other State Funds Citations

Reference Guide

Revenue Codes, Descriptions and Contacts

2013-2014

Charter School Summaries Final

District Summaries Final

Final Book

Reference Guide

Revenue Codes, Contacts and CFDA Numbers

2012-2013

Charter School Summaries Final

District Summaries Final

Final Book

Reference Guide

Revenue Codes, Contacts and CFDA Numbers

Other State Funds Citations 

Fiscal Year Archive

Forms

Charter School Designation Form

USOE Federal Grant Reimbursement Form

Frequently Asked Questions

Miniumum School Program FAQs

Resources

General Resources

Minimum School Program (MSP) Descriptions
Lists all programs and their descriptions.

If you have any questions concerning the Minimum School Program, please contact cathy[dot]dudley[at]schools[dot]utah[dot]gov(Cathy Dudley).