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  • Writer's pictureEmily Lavin

Tam high-school district projects a surplus on $90-mil budget

The Tamalpais Union High School District is anticipating a $2.1-million surplus on its 2021-2022 budget, and future projections show the district regaining stability after years of financial woes.


The district’s board of trustees on June 29 voted 4-0, with member Cynthia Roenisch absent, to approve the budget for fiscal year 2022, which began July 1. The budget projects about $90 million in unrestricted expenses against about $91.2 million in unrestricted revenue.


Those numbers don’t include the district’s anticipated restricted expenses and revenue, which is money dedicated to specific programs or purposes.


The district’s unrestricted and restricted funds combined show expenses of $101.6 million and revenue of $100 million, though Chief Financial Officer Corbett Elsen said those numbers don’t include additional one-time restricted state and federal funding and other grant money the district expects to receive in fiscal 2022.


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