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Mercer School

2690 W Margaret St.
Mercer, WI 54547

Office: 715-476-2154

Community Service Fund (80)

School District of Mercer Community Service Fund (80)

 

 

 

School District of Mercer Community Service Fund (80) Summary 2017-2018

 

The Community Service Fund provides all community members educational and recreational opportunities and services.

Community Day Care/4K                                         62,426

Summer Youth Recreation Program                         17,853

Community Yoga Classes                                         15,600

Community Ice Rink/Pickle Ball Courts                    2,621

Community Education                                                6,188

Breakfast/Lunch Program                                         10,106

Community Youth Athletic Programs                       20,723

Community Fitness room                                          12,768

Community Walking Track                                         1,652

After School Program                                                23,303

Community Cultural Enrichment Classes                   6,188

Community Computer Lab                                        12,572

Free Public WiFi                                                          1,200

Senior Tax Exchange Program (STEP)                        6,800

Community Snow Removal                                         3,000

 

All of these are open to the public; there are direct costs associated with operating these programs which are funded through either user fees or a direct tax levy; and these programs are not part of the curricular or extra-curricular program. These programs would not be possible in such a rural area without the support of the district and have been developed through the collaboration of the Town Board and several high profile community organizations.

 

 

 

 

School District of Mercer Community Service Fund (80) Summary 2017-2018

 

The Community Service Fund provides all community members educational and recreational opportunities and services.

Community Day Care/4K

   -Holly Duensing Salary/Fringes = 37,261

   -Dawn Knorr Salary/Fringes = 25,165

 

Community Youth Recreation Program

   -Holly Duensing  Salary/Fringes  = 11,445.00

   -Dawn Knorr Salary/Fringes =  6,408.00

 

Community Yoga Classes

   -52 weeks x 20 persons x $15 per person = 15,600

 

Community Ice Rink/Pickle Ball Courts

   -52 weeks x 1 hour cleaning per week x $12 =  624/47-Fringes  (Pickle Ball)

   -Water for rink based on previous year = 476.00

   - Adam salary for 12 weeks x 5 hours per week = 1,288/186-Fringes (Ice Rink) 

 

Community Education

   -Technology  Ed 6,188

 

Breakfast/Lunch Program

   -Salary/Fringes /Food = 10,106

 

Community Youth Athletic Programs

   -Middle School Volleyball/Girls and Boys BBB/Track Salary/Fringes = 20,723

 

Community Fitness room

   -1.5 hours cleaning per week x 52 weeks  Salary/Fringes = 1,652

   -Equipment replacement on a three year cycle = 11,117 

 

Community Walking Track

   -1.5 hours cleaning per week x 52 weeks Salary/Fringes = 1,652

 

After School Program

   -180 days x 3 persons x 2.5 hours each 

   -Duensing Salary/Fringes = 12,874

   -Allen Salary/Fringes = 5,279

   -Currier Salary/Fringes = 5,150

 

Community Cultural Enrichment Classes

   -Art 6,188

 

Community Computer Labs

   -Bill Gust 50% Salary/Fringes = 12,572

 

Free Public WiFi 1,200

 

Senior Tax Exchange Program

  • 17 Seniors x $400 = 6.800

Community Snow Removal

  • Adam 3 hours per week x 20 weeks  Salary/Fringes =   1,486
  • John subbed for Adam while plowing  Salary/Fringes  =  775
  • Cost for Gas/Tractor Supplies = 739

All of these are open to the public; there are direct costs associated with operating these programs which are funded through either user fees or a direct tax levy; and these programs are not part of the curricular or extra-curricular program. These programs would not be possible in such a rural area without the support of the district and have been developed through the collaboration of the Town Board and several high profile community organizations.

 

THE TAX LEVY FOR FUND 80 IS $0.42 PER $1000

$4.20 PER $10,000

$42.00 PER $100,000 OF EQUALIZED VALUE