Sampson County Schools

437 Rowan RdClinton, NC 28328
(910)592-1401

District Financial Information

District Website: http://www.sampson.k12.nc.us/

Annual Average Projected Compensation for Teachers for 2018-19 :

$51,748

Annual Median Household Income in Sampson County (Includes all household income) for 2017 :

$37,765

Annual Median Wage (individual) in Sampson County for person with a bachelor’s degree for 2017 :

$39,264

Annual Median Wage (individual) in Sampson County for 2017 :

$22,388

Note - The compensation estimates above for teachers do not include annual estimated benefits, which total $19,715 including estimated annual health benefits of $6,104, annual estimated Social Security contributions of $3,928 and annual estimated retirement contribution of $9,683.

2017-18 Summary Statistics



COUNTS

STUDENTSSCHOOLS
8,17218

2017-18 Funding for Sampson County Schools

State Funding for:State Funds Given to the DistrictAmount per Student Given to the DistrictAmount per Teacher Given to the District
Textbooks$386,810$47$737
Instructional Supplies$255,322$31$486

Note – Local school districts may decide to transfer state funds to different purposes prior to spending the funds. If a district spends less than the amount of state funds given for textbooks or supplies, the funds are likely spent on another resource in the district. Also, additional funds for textbooks and other funding categories are provided throughout the year from other revenue sources.


Note - In addition to the reports below you can go the Analytics Site that has additional reports and analysis to let you

School District Per Student Expenditures 

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School District Per Student Expenditures by Year

Student Count (ADM) by Year

Total Expenditures by Year

2017-18 Funds Sources and Uses in Sampson County Schools

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2017-18 Students, Teachers and Class Size

North Carolina provides funding for classroom teachers based on student enrollment, which is measured by Average Daily Membership (ADM). This funding is based on a number of allotted positions and comprises the majority of the funding for classroom teachers. For more information, see the reports below on teachers and classroom size.


  • Teacher compensation
  • Class size requirements

Teachers Funded from State Budgeted Teacher Positions:

420

Classroom Teacher Salary Funding from State Funds:

$19,375,439

 

Total Classroom Teacher Positions Filled:

525

Total Expenditures for Classroom Teacher Salaries:

$23,759,770

 

Expenditures for Classroom Teacher Salaries from All Sources by Year

2017-18 Classroom Teacher Compensation

Salaries Only Expenditures from All Sources 

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Estimated Spending on Benefits 

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Average Classroom Teacher Compensation in School Year 2017-18 

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Number of Classroom Teachers by Grade 

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Classroom Teachers Needed to Meet Class Size Requirements as of Spring 2018


2017-18 Spending of Selected Funds for Sampson County Schools

This section shows spending for selected state funding. Note - Some districts apply funds to different state funding sources prior to spending the funds, thus "zero expenditures" may show in some allotment categories. Additional State funding may also be provided in some categories, such as textbooks, later in the school year. See the reports below or go to the analytics site to...

State Funding for Textbooks 


North Carolina provides funding for textbooks. Note - Additional funds for textbooks and other funding categories are also provided throughout the year from other revenue sources. Also note that textbook funds may be carried forward from one fiscal year into the next, and districts may save up funds over multiple years for large purchases.

State Funding Provided$386,810
Transfers to other spending categories- $77,000
Transfers from other spending categories+ $0
Net State Funding $309,810
*** Note - Negative dollars shown here are due to textbook funds that the district carried forward from prior years into this year; it does not mean the district spent more funds than they had available.

Expenditures for Textbooks 

Some expenditures for textbooks shown here are also spent from and shown in the categories below, as it is an allowable expenditure from other categories (for example, Instructional Supplies). Click on “Purpose” or “Type” below the doughnut to see expenditures shown in two different ways
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State Funding for Instructional Supplies 


North Carolina provides funding to assist school districts with the purchase of instructional supplies, materials and equipment. This graphic shows expenditures out of districts' instructional supplies budgets. Districts may also spend State funds from other budgets, such as the budget for limited English proficient students, on supplies and materials. It is permissible for Instructional Supplies funding to be expended on textbooks resources. Textbook expenditures in this doughnut chart are also shown in the textbook expenditures chart above.

State Funding Provided$255,322
Transfers to other spending categories- $0
Transfers from other spending categories+ $0
Net State Funding $255,322

Expenditures for Instructional Supplies 

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State Supplemental Funding for Low Wealth Counties 


State Funding Provided$4,270,938
Transfers to other spending categories- $0
Transfers from other spending categories+ $369,955
Net State Funding $4,640,893

Expenditures of Low Wealth Funding 

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State Supplemental Funding for English Language Learners 


State Funding Provided$1,130,895
Transfers to other spending categories- $0
Transfers from other spending categories+ $0
Net State Funding $1,130,895

Expenditures of English Language Learners Funding 

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State Supplemental Funding for Disadvantaged Students 


State Funding Provided$641,583
Transfers to other spending categories- $0
Transfers from other spending categories+ $0
Net State Funding $641,583

Expenditures of Disadvantaged Student Funding 

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State Supplemental Funding for Students with Special Needs 


State Funding Provided$3,960,514
Transfers to other spending categories- $0
Transfers from other spending categories+ $0
Net State Funding $3,960,514

Expenditures of Funding for Students with Special Needs 

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