Johnson County FY22 Lottery Proceeds Expenditure Summary

Elementary and Secondary Education
School District Program Description Total Expended
CHILHOWEE R-IV SCHOOL Classroom Trust Distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis $3,168
CHILHOWEE R-IV SCHOOL Foundation Transportation Foundation Transportation $11,246
CHILHOWEE R-IV SCHOOL DFS/DMH School Placements Assists school districts in providing education to students in residential placements through DFS/DMH $1,462
HOLDEN R-III SCHOOL DISTRICT Classroom Trust Distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis $21,945
HOLDEN R-III SCHOOL DISTRICT Foundation Transportation Foundation Transportation $206,291
HOLDEN R-III SCHOOL DISTRICT Foundation Formula Helps pay for day-to-day operations of school districts $128,748
JOHNSON COUNTY R-VII SCHOOLS Classroom Trust Distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis $9,829
JOHNSON COUNTY R-VII SCHOOLS Foundation Transportation Foundation Transportation $87,351
KINGSVILLE R-I SCHOOL Classroom Trust Distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis $4,349
KINGSVILLE R-I SCHOOL Foundation Transportation Foundation Transportation $26,376
KINGSVILLE R-I SCHOOL Foundation Formula Helps pay for day-to-day operations of school districts $40,621
KNOB NOSTER R-VIII Classroom Trust Distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis $30,641
KNOB NOSTER R-VIII Foundation Transportation Foundation Transportation $132,535
LEETON R-X SCHOOL DISTRICT Classroom Trust Distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis $4,946
LEETON R-X SCHOOL DISTRICT Foundation Transportation Foundation Transportation $30,531
VARIOUS INDIVIDUALS AND ORGS. Vocational Rehab Grant Assists clients who have disabilities to obtain employment by diagnosis, physical restoration, training and placement $13,452
WARRENSBURG R-VI SCHOOL Classroom Trust Distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis $60,255
WARRENSBURG R-VI SCHOOL Foundation Transportation Foundation Transportation $390,481
WARRENSBURG R-VI SCHOOL DFS/DMH School Placements Assists school districts in providing education to students in residential placements through DFS/DMH $3,705
DESE EXPENDITURES: $1,207,932

 

Higher Education
School District Program Description Total Expended
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI University of Central Mo University of Central Missouri $5,869,430
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI Access MO Provides scholarships to students based on financial need and academic achievement $510,727
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI Fast Track Scholarship This financial aid program addresses workforce needs by encouraging adults to pursue a certificate, degree or industry-recognized credential in an area designed as high need. $11,610
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI A+ Schools Program Provides students who graduate from a designed A+ School with state-paid assistance to attend any public community college or technical school in the state $18,553
WARRENSBURG AREA CAREER CENTER Access MO Provides scholarships to students based on financial need and academic achievement $1,378
WARRENSBURG AREA CAREER CENTER A+ Schools Program Provides students who graduate from a designed A+ School with state-paid assistance to attend any public community college or technical school in the state $24,030
HIGHER ED EXPENDITURES: $6,435,728
JOHNSON COUNTY TOTAL: $7,643,660

 

All Missouri Lottery proceeds are earmarked for public education.
The Missouri Legislature determines how Lottery proceeds are allocated each year. Proceeds expended are unaudited Fiscal Year 2022 expenditures from SAMII.

 

Past Lottery Proceeds Funding

The amounts shown for each fiscal year below reflect the amount of funding appropriated by the Legislature for various educational programs. Appropriation amounts may vary from the actual dollar amounts expended.