Kansas Statutes Chapter 79. Taxation § 79-2927a. School districts; balanced budget not required; unexpended moneys
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(a) When preparing the budget for a school district, the board of education of the district shall budget to expend only the amount estimated to be spent from each fund of the school district.
(b) Except as provided by this subsection, any unexpended moneys remaining in a fund of a school district at the end of the budget year may be carried forward into such fund for succeeding budget years. The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to the general fund or the supplemental general fund of the school district.
(c) Whenever unexpended moneys in a school district fund are carried forward into such fund for the succeeding budget year, the budget of the school district shall reflect the ending balance in such fund which the school district estimates will be carried forward to the succeeding budget year.
(d) If the board of education determines it is necessary to expend moneys which had been budgeted to be carried forward into the next succeeding budget year, the board shall amend its previously adopted budget. Any amended budget shall be subject to the same publication, notice and public hearing requirements as is required by K.S.A. 79-2929, and amendments thereto, for the adoption of the original budget.
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