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WSD Financial Facts-Part 3

December 6, 2021

WSD Financial Facts.pdf

PART 1: INTRODUCTION
PART 2: REVENUES
PART 3: EXPENDITURES
    Total Expenses
    Teacher Staffing Details - Elementary and Secondary
    Substitute Teacher Costs
    School Administration Costs
    Transportation
    Information Technology
    Facility Services
    Infrastructure
PART 4: FINANCIAL POSITION (BALANCE SHEET)

Part 3 - Expenditures

Total Expenses

Winnipeg School Division expenses are largely comprised of labour related costs (salary and benefits) for all staff. In any given fiscal year, this typically represents about 85% of total expenditures. The central administration costs are 2.7% of WSD’s total operating expenses.

Total Expenses

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years 

EXPENSES BY CATEGORY

 

 

 

 

 

 

INSTRUCTION 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classroom Teachers 

    181,080,450 

 184,725,196 

 186,659,247 

 195,560,007 

 204,056,885 

-

Substitute Teachers 

5,664,381

 6,255,399 

 6,336,308 

 4,046,087 

 3,919,127 

-

Clinicians 

 9,780,184 

 10,144,225 

 10,047,288 

 10,496,823 

 10,734,240 

-

Educational Assistants 

      38,536,497 

 39,319,414 

 37,901,514 

 38,327,094 

 43,399,454 

-

Technical and Specialized 

 3,235,960 

 2,991,640 

 3,073,004 

 2,911,315 

 3,068,743 

-

Principals and Vice Principals 

      14,414,296 

 14,823,306 

 15,313,160 

 15,837,422 

 15,698,564 

-

School Office 

 8,374,074 

 8,389,617 

 8,241,130 

 8,737,583 

 8,700,487 

-

Computer Technicians 

 2,131,089 

 2,123,191 

 2,049,044 

 2,231,662 

 2,060,096 

-

Benefits on salaries 

      18,811,782 

 19,148,345 

 19,451,256 

 20,217,044 

 21,102,033 

-

Services 

 6,457,913 

 6,094,587 

 8,763,565 

 5,588,328 

 5,355,180 

-

Supplies, materials and equipment 

      11,237,763 

 10,479,370 

 10,689,321 

 11,495,799 

 18,064,184 

-

Transfer fees other School Divisions 

 2,265,336 

 2,230,845 

 2,159,266 

 2,173,924 

 2,020,331 

-

Instruction Subtotal 

    301,989,725 

 306,725,135 

 310,684,103 

 317,623,090

 338,179,324

2.87%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructional and
 Other Support Services 

 9,510,525 

  9,620,674  

  8,930,713  

  9,948,932  

  9,390,877  

-0.32%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNITY EDUCATION
 AND SERVICES

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adult English as an Additional Language 

 4,485,564 

 4,129,618 

 4,262,815 

 3,867,716 

 3,519,392 

-

Pre-Kindergarten education 

 5,497,606 

 5,557,732 

 5,088,876 

 5,354,742 

 4,905,520 

-

Community Services and Recreation 

   154,756 

 165,728 

 170,240 

 154,760 

 94,718 

-

Adult Learning Centres 

   801,004 

 798,009 

 807,930 

 856,420 

 813,909 

-

Community Education Subtotal 

10,938,930 

 10,651,087 

 10,329,861 

 10,233,639 

 9,333,539 

-3.89%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATION 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trustees 

190,521 

 197,809 

 211,659 

 181,929 

 176,362 

-

Executive, Managerial 

2,040,658 

 2,320,171 

 2,215,837 

 2,873,289 

 2,201,511 

-

Technical 

2,252,202 

 2,282,648 

 2,150,608 

 2,294,740 

2,319,469

-

Clerical 

3,064,427 

 3,032,269 

 3,096,116 

 3,289,133 

 2,909,094 

-

Information Technology 

   192,045 

 207,393 

 133,976 

 149,630 

 137,216 

-

Benefits 

 1,457,288 

 1,539,299 

 1,498,576 

 1,362,574 

 1,521,135 

-

Services 

 758,092 

 719,930 

 986,285 

 1,024,125 

 1,849,753 

-

Supplies, materials and equipment 

   868,613 

 829,330 

 787,545 

 894,325 

 652,516 

-

Administration Subtotal 

10,823,846 

 11,128,849 

 11,080,601 

 12,069,744 

 11,432,709 

1.38%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transportation 

 6,930,502 

 7,022,842  

  7,199,436 

  6,693,372 

  6,402,729 

-1.96%




TOTAL EXPENSES

2016-17

      2017-18  

2018-19  

2019-20  

2020-21  

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

 Building Operation/Maintenance 

 46,485,414

      46,893,057   

 48,306,211  

51,809,718   

51,812,703   

 2.75%








OTHER 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Generated Funds 

887,843

 3,465,736 

 3,395,286 

 2,554,349 

 1,902,143 

-

Fiscal 

7,183,876

 7,542,885 

 7,699,815 

 6,171,796 

 7,935,492

-

Debenture Debt Interest 

5,266,889

 5,250,137 

 5,367,188 

 5,700,814 

 6,231,711 

-

Amortization 

10,221,686

 10,774,047 

 11,258,180 

 11,720,325 

 12,499,734 

-

Other Capital 

17,036

 478,708 

 8,099 

 0 

201,246 

-

Other Special Purpose 

207,400

 226,003 

 193,694 

 236,612 

 249,100 

-

Other Subtotal 

23,784,730

 27,737,516 

 27,922,262 

 26,383,896 

 29,019,426 

5.10%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Expenses 

    410,463,672

    419,779,160  

424,453,187  

434,762,394  

455,571,302  

2.64%

Net Revenue Over Expenses

4,322,223

 5,072,931 

 7,955,412 

 663,040 

 -1,066,907 

 


Teacher Staffing Details - Elementary and Secondary     

The first table below outlines WSD’s allocation of teachers to support students in our schools.
The second table provides analysis of the years of experience of our teaching staff.

Elementary & Secondary Teachers

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

Regular Classroom

1,863.31

1,880.14

1,924.73

1,923.93

1,927.46

0.8%

Provincial Class Size Initiative

51.00

51.00

12.00

12.00

0

-100.0%

Support

134.03

118.60

115.91

120.21

136.88

0.5%

Support - Division Wide

13.00

13.00

13.00

13.00

6

-17.6%

Librarians

7.25

5.75

5.30

4.83

5.31

-7.5%

Counsellors

54.82

54.42

51.47

57.73

57.30

1.1%

Nursery

49.00

48.50

49.50

48.75

47.50

-0.8%

ALC Teachers

-

-

-

7.08

7.08

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Teachers

2,172.41

2,171.41

2,171.91

2,187.53

2,187.53

0.2%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enrolment (Total)

33,244.0

33,231.0

33,093.0

32,743.0

29,595.0

-0.3%

Enrolment (FTE)

30,246.5

30,245.5

30,161.5

29,915.0

27,527.5

-0.2%

 

Teachers/Years of Teaching Experience

 2016-17

 2017-18

 2018-19

 2019-20

 2020-21

Less than 1 Year

1.91%

1.88%

1.21%

2.96%

2.80%

1

1.40%

2.02%

2.25%

3.39%

2.49%

2

2.57%

3.00%

2.66%

4.55%

3.46%

3

3.41%

3.16%

3.20%

3.73%

4.66%

4

4.01%

4.10%

3.50%

3.73%

4.02%

5

3.63%

4.26%

4.24%

3.76%

3.93%

6

3.67%

3.37%

4.41%

4.08%

3.98%

7

4.11%

3.88%

3.87%

4.49%

4.16%

8

3.95%

4.02%

4.16%

3.49%

4.42%

9

71.34%

70.31%

70.50%

65.82%

66.08%

Total

100.00%

100.00%

100.00%

100.00%

100.00%


Substitute Teacher Costs

Total substitute teacher costs (excluding costs associated with professional development) have increased by 26% since 2015/16. NOTE: The equivalent of 10.0 FTE teaching positions was reduced from the budget with the formation of a pool of permanent sub teachers approved by the WSD Board of Trustees to provide substitute services to French immersion schools.    

Substitute Teacher Costs

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

110  Administration

134,210

137,767

 142,620 

 70,482 

 73,059 

-14.1%

120  English Language-Single Track

3,972,691

4,360,682

 4,359,682 

 2,721,959 

 2,511,271 

-10.8%

170  French Immersion-Single Track

117,420

145,079

 147,000 

 96,511 

 131,713 

2.9%

180  Dual Track Schools

647,518

823,350

 959,297 

 677,753 

 772,599 

4.5%

190  Senior Years Technology

238,245

196,569

 123,761 

 73,279 

 62,798 

-28.3%

240  Special Placement

317,476

335,811

 300,941 

 247,671 

 214,324 

-9.4%

250  Stud W/Spec Needs in Rg Class

62,103

76,460

 87,518 

 50,470 

 37,794 

-11.7%

260  Resource Services

152,092

160,279

 180,984 

 90,691 

 92,711 

-11.6%

270  Counselling and Guidance

22,142

19,403

 34,503 

 17,271 

 22,855 

0.8%

320  Instruction

7,020 

14,905

 3,298 

 7,859 

2,086 

-26.2%

440  Pre-Kindergarten Education

97,300

117,933

 120,408 

 83,089 

 86,166

-3.0%

610  Curriculum Consult & Develop

47,783

54,964

 52,977 

 12,901 

  - 

-100.0%

620  Library/Media Centre

14,820

24,432

 9,907 

 5,064 

 1,452 

-44.1%

680  Other

3,234

27,176

 27,839 

 7,505 

 3,770 

-3.9%

Total Costs

5,834,054

6,494,810

 6,550,735 

 4,162,505 

 4,012,603 

-8.2%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provincial Funding

0

0

0

0

0

-

Gap +/(-)

5,834,054

6,494,810

 6,550,



734 



 4,162,505 

 4,012,603 

-8.2%

% Gap

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Elementary & Secondary Teachers

2,172.41

2,171.41 

2,171.91 

2,187.53 

2,187.53 

0.2%

Substitute Costs per Teacher

2,686.80

2,991.00

3,016.12 

1,908.83 

1,834.31 

-9.1% 


School Administration Costs

All principal-ships shall be full-time supervising Principals except when the population of the school is 110 (+/-10) at which point the Principal shall have a minimum of half-time for school administration with the remaining time to be assigned by WSD.

The number of Vice Principals at each school is dependent upon the population of the school.A teaching Vice Principal (with 50% classroom duties) is appointed when the student enrolment reaches 350 and increases up to a maximum of 2.5 FTE Vice Principals for schools with enrolment exceeding 1,475.There are no grants received from the Public School Finance Branch to offset School Administration Costs.

School Office Staff

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

Principal and Vice Principal

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full Time Equivalent Staff

118.5

 118.5 

 118.5 

 119.5 

 119.5 

0.21%

Salary

13,608,205

 14,205,558 

 14,754,312 

 15,294,075 

 15,165,834 

 

Benefits (estimated)

544,328

 568,222 

 590,172 

 611,763 

 608,901

 

Total Cost Salary & Benefits

14,152,533

 14,773,780 

 15,344,484 

 15,905,838 

 15,774,735 

2.75%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Office Support Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full Time Equivalent

170.54

 171.84 

 172.19 

 169.72 

 170.41 

-0.02%

Salary 

7,630,551

 7,513,653 

 7,284,585 

 7,774,265 

 7,761,167 

 

Benefits (estimated)

1,424,040

 1,405,053 

 1,362,217 

 1,453,788 

 1,451,338 

0.48%

Total Cost Salary & Benefits

9,054,591

 8,918,706 

 8,863,845 

 9,228,053 

 9,212,505 

 

 


Administration, Operational and Governance

The costs represent WSD administrative and operational functions. This includes costs associated with areas like Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Board Services and Instructional Management Services.

Administration  By Expense

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

SALARIES AND BENEFITS 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trustees 

190,521

 197,809 

 211,659 

 181,929 

 176,362 

-

Executive, Managerial 

2,040,658

 2,320,171 

 2,215,837 

 2,873,289 

 2,201,511 

-

Technical, Clerical 

5,316,629

 5,314,916 

 5,246,724 

 5,583,873 

 5,454,427 

-

Information Technology 

192,045

 207,393 

 133,976 

 149,630

 137,216

-

Total Salaries  

7,739,853

 8,040,289 

 7,808,196 

 8,788,720 

 7,969,516 

0.73%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benefits 

1,457,288

 1,539,299 

 1,498,576 

 1,362,574 

 1,560,268 

1.72%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPERATIONAL EXPENSES 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trustee Offices 

310,576

 167,332 

 534,959 

 369,583 

 112,121 

-

Instructional Management 

261,799

 264,328 

 221,094 

 261,201 

 117,180 

-

Business Services 

435,204

 447,790 

 565,710 

 797,804 

 1,154,324 

-

Management Information Services 

619,126

 669,812 

 452,065 

 473,300 

 519,298 

-

Total Operational Expenses 

1,626,705

 1,549,262 

 1,773,828 

 1,901,888 

 1,902,923 

4.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Expenditures 

10,823,846

 11,128,850 

 11,080,601 

 12,053,182 

 11,432,707 

1.38%

Total Divisional Expenditures (TDE)

410,463,672

419,779,160 

 424,453,187 

 434,762,394 

 455,571,302 

-

% of TDE

2.64%

2.65%

2.57%

2.77%

2.51%

-

Rank in Manitoba* (1=lowest)

1

2

T2

T3

 

-

Total Enrolment

33,244

 33,231 

 33,093

 32,743

 29,595

-2.86%

Administrative Cost per Pupil

$326

$335

$ 335 

$ 368 

$ 386 

4.31%

* out of all Manitoba School Divisions excluding DSFM and Frontier per FRAME Report
(CALCULATION OF EXPENDITURE BASE AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE)
** out of all Manitoba School Divisions excluding Whiteshell and MITT per FRAME Report
(CALCULATION OF EXPENDITURE BASE AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE ÷ TOTAL K-12 FTE ENROLMENT)

Administration  By Function

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

BY FUNCTION

 

 

 

 

 

Trustees 

 870,029 

 744,935 

 1,151,864 

 943,572 

 665,056 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Superintendent’s Office

 3,097,852 

 3,335,544 

 3,352,906 

 3,969,528 

 2,791,723 

IM&A Cost per Pupil s

$93 

$100 

 $101 

 $121 

 $94 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finance (Secretary-Treasurer)

 3,504,093 

 3,463,670 

 3,526,559 

 4,070,157 

 4,358,695 

% TDE  t

0.85%

0.83%

0.83%

0.94%

0.96%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Human Resources (HR)  r

 1,725,946 

 1,867,308 

 1,761,084 

 1,776,612 

 2,188,072 

# of HR Personnel

 21 

 22 

 22 

 22 

 22 

Ratio of 1.0 HR Personnel Per Employee

 230 

 209 

 209 

 208 

 210 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information Systems  i

1,293,877 

1,371,929 

1,024,054 

1,021,377 

1,106,352 

% TDE

0.32%

0.33%

0.24%

0.23%

0.24%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research

 332,049 

 345,464 

 264,135 

 288,499 

 322,809 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Expenditures

 10,823,846 

 11,128,850 

 11,080,602 

 12,069,744 

 11,432,707 

Total Number of Divisional Employees

 4,839.00 

 4,587.00 

 4,570.79 

 4,614.64 

 4,622.86 

Total Divisional Expenditures (TDE)

 410,463,672 

 419,779,160 

 424,453,187 

 434,762,394 

 455,571,302 

s – Instructional Management and Administration (Function 520 FRAME)
t – Includes the cost for 3 benefits personnel which are typically counted within Human Resources. According to Robert Half’s “Benchmarking the Finance Function 2015” – pg. 11, the median size of the Finance function in an organization with revenues $100m-$400m (US) is 1.00% (bottom quartile 0.55%, top quartile 2.10%); at 0.96%, WSD Finance is below the median.
r – The consensus benchmark (per HumanCapitalAdvisor.com) for HR departments is the ratio of HR personnel to total organizational personnel and ranges from 1.0 HR FTE per 100 – 200 employees, with 150 being optimal and 200 being typical for organizations of 2,500-7,500 employees; currently HR has 1.0 FTE for every 210 employees when including the 3 benefits personnel from t above.
i – According to the “IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2016” by Computer Economics, typical IT spending for all industries for the last 5 years ranges from 2.2% to 2.5% of revenue; WSD at 0.24% is well below this.


School Budget Expenditures (Services, Supplies & Equipment)

WSD provides a budget allocation to schools on a per pupil allocation for student services, supplies, materials and equipment. Additional budgets are provided for vocational programs, special education programs and staff professional development.

School-based decision making allows Principals to distribute these funds to continue improving student success and aligning resources with student needs. Input from school staff, parents and WSD Directors is welcomed.

Additionally, WSD Directors and Superintendents are provided with holdback funds to support schools in providing a learning environment that fosters the growth of each student’s potential and provide equitable opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and values necessary for meaningful participation in a global and diverse society.

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

Elementary Schools

5,327,780

6,154,542

5,702,413

5,003,565

4,948,373

-

Secondary Schools

5,791,376

5,805,291

5,711,773

5,104,644

5,464,661

-

Total School Budget Expenditures

11,119,156

11,959,833

11,414,186

10,108,209

10,413,034

-1.63%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Average Per Pupil Allocation

334

360

345

308

352

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provincial Funding  - Curricular Grant

1,749,785

1,786,439

1,745,827

1,648,668

1,756,326

-

Average Per Pupil Allocation

53

53

54

50

59

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gap +/(-)

-9,369,371

-10,173,394

-9,668,359

-8,459,541

-8,656,708

-

% Gap

-84%

-85%

-85%

-84%

-83%

-


Many of the Provincial grants provided to WSD are used to offset salary and benefit costs. The Curricular Grant shown above is the only Public Schools Finance grant provided solely for school supplies and materials.


2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

Elementary (N-8)

22,325

22,367

22,319

22,138

19,703

-

Secondary (9-12)

10,919

10,864

10,774

10,605

9,892

-

Total Average Daily Enrolment

33,244

33,291

33,093

32,743

29,595

-2.86%


Transportation

WSD Transportation services where necessary and subject to division regulations, The Public Schools Act and Regulations, and The Highway Traffic Act. More than 2,500 students are transported to and from school within Winnipeg School Division on a daily basis during the school year. Students eligible for busing in WSD include those who have physical, mental, and/or emotional disabilities or those who are in a language or alternative program from Kindergarten to Grade 6, and Nursery students attending one of WSD’s four French immersion milieu schools. (subject to distance requirements)

Transportation

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

Number of students Transported

2,352 

 1,984 

 1,938 

 2,045 

 1,608 

-

WSD N-12 Students

33,244 

 33,231 

 33,093 

 32,743 

 29,595 

-

Percentage of Students Transported

7.1% 

6.0%

5.9%

6.2%

5.4%

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXPENSES

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contract Services Cost

805,997 

 842,977 

 1,046,738 

 883,977 

 1,879,788 

-

Board Fleet Cost

   5,292,128 

 5,307,637 

 5,314,383 

 5,042,079 

 3,703,666 

-

Public Transit Cost

      224,866 

 277,223 

 268,669 

 186,499 

 139,430 

-

Administrative Cost

   607,511 

 595,005 

 569,646 

 580,816 

 679,847 

-

Total Transportation Expenses

   6,930,502 

 7,022,842 

 7,199,436 

 6,693,372 

 6,402,731 

-1.96%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transportation Grant - Categorical Grant

    1,407,585 

 1,335,688 

    1,388,893  

    1,415,674  

    1,413,870

0.11%


Information Technology

WSD Research, Planning and Technology Services department provides information technology support and services to all students and staff in the division related to the development of new and monitoring of existing policies, research, planning, evaluations, library media, administrative procedures and the application of technology in the division to support the administrative function.

Information Technology 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years

Total Salary costs 

    2,625,258 

  2,664,015  

     2,485,921  

     2,621,978  

     2,590,427  

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Managerial 

272,077 

 277,220 

 256,972 

 236,638 

 530,331

-

Technical - Schools 

1,808,318 

 1,800,857 

 1,729,742 

 1,851,803 

 1,656,153 

-

Technical - Administrative 

544,863 

 585,938 

 499,207 

 533,537 

403,943

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUPPLY AND SERVICE COSTS 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information Technology Services 

    1,886,444 

 1,825,960 

 4,113,656 

 1,219,848 

 1,770,524

-

Information Technology     Equipment 

    3,650,856 

 3,406,119 

 3,959,027 

 4,286,179 

 4,580,496 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Supply and Services Costs 

    5,537,300 

 5,232,079 

 8,072,683 

 5,506,027 

 6,351,020 

-

Total Expenditures*

    8,162,558 

 7,896,094 

 10,558,604 

 8,128,005 

 8,941,447 

2.30%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COVID-19 Information Technology Equipment

-

-

-

-

4,715,323

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information technology grant 

62 

   62 

62 

62 

62 

-

Senior Years technology grant 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   Category I 

165 

 165 

165 

165 

165 

-

   Category II 

55 

   55 

55 

55 

55 

-

   Approved Programs 

5,500 

    5,500 

5,500 

5,500 

5,500 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Funding 

    3,577,206 

 3,463,155 

     3,385,434  

     3,375,149  

     3,393,101

-1.31%


Community Education and Services

WSD Community Education and Services consists of costs related to providing services such as community use of facilities and gym rentals, and non-credit courses through WSD’s Life Long Learning program to community groups and individuals. WSD supports early childhood education and has made Nursery available at all of its early year’s schools. Currently there are about 1,800 nursery students in WSD. WSD operates an Adult English-as-an-additional-language on behalf of the Department of Labour on a full cost-recovery basis ($3.5 million with a $0 net cost to WSD).

Community Education and Services 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years
 

Salaries and benefits 

    9,563,353 

 9,750,887  

    9,291,872  

    9,398,763  

    8,415,363  

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English as an Additional Language 

    3,285,502 

 3,376,419 

 3,405,164 

 3,177,965 

 2,719,786 

-

Community Services 

114,202 

 115,252 

 138,190 

 119,664 

 85,434 

-

Nursery Education 

    5,415,489 

 5,510,662 

 4,985,792 

 5,284,617 

 4,836,044 

-

Adult Learning Centres 

748,160 

 748,554 

 762,726 

 816,518 

774,099 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operational Expenses 

    1,375,577 

 900,200  

    1,037,988 

    834,876 

  918,175 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English as an Additional Language 

    1,200,062 

 753,199 

 857,651 

 689,752 

799,606 

-

Community Services 

40,554 

 50,476 

 32,049 

 35,096 

9,283 

-

Nursery Education 

82,117 

 47,070 

 103,084 

 70,126 

69,475 

-

Adult Learning Centres 

     52,844 

 49,454 

 45,204 

 39,902 

 39,810 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Expenditures 

10,938,930 

  10,651,087  

10,329,861 

10,233,639 

9,333,539 

-3.89%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adult Learning Centre Revenue 

793,433 

 790,786 

 811,302 

 802,678 

788,163 

-

English as an Additional Language 

    4,515,770 

 4,253,313 

 4,393,748 

 3,709,796 

 3,575,023 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Revenues 

    5,309,203 

 5,044,099  

    5,205,050  

    4,512,474  

    4,363,186  

-4.79%


Facility Services

The WSD Building Department mission is to provide safe, secure and comfortable facilities for students and staff in a cost effective manner that respects the principles of sustainability. WSD’s physical plant consists of 87 buildings with approximately 5,130,000 square feet of space of varying vintages and 301 acres of grounds.

Facility Services consists of all operations and maintenance costs, including supervisory and clerical personnel, related to the upkeep, maintenance, and minor repair of all school division buildings and grounds. This includes utilities, taxes, insurance, supplies and capital costs.

In March 2016, WSD approved a 5-Year Capital Plan Submission to the Public Schools Finance Board for the years 2017/18 through 2021/22.

The details of this document can be found on WSD website.

www.winnipegsd.ca/About WSD/deptservices/building-dept/five-year-plan/Documents/5_Year_Capital_Plan.pdf 

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years
 

Caretakers

315.0

 315.0

 315.0 

 315.0 

 319.0 

0.32%

Tradespersons

100.0

100.0

 102.0 

 102.0 

 102.0 

0.50%

Central Administration / Office

31.0

31.0

 32.0 

 32.0 

 32.0 

0.80%

Storekeepers

2.0

2.0

 2.0 

 2.0 

 2.0 

0.00%

Workplace Safety and Health

3.0

3.0

 3.0 

 3.0 

 3.0 

10.67%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compensation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Administration / Office

877,433

 876,666 

 978,975 

 1,070,085 

 1,063,814 

Operations

30,606,068

30,855,866 

30,970,683 

32,051,002 

32,705,760 

Total Compensation Costs

31,483,501

31,732,532 

31,949,658 

33,121,087 

33,769,574 

1.77%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operating Costs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Utilities

6,176,967

 6,364,766 

 6,567,899 

 6,308,957 

 6,781,011 

-

Insurance

740,146

 738,690 

 616,192 

 578,356 

 1,056,516 

 -

Property Taxes

747,376

 752,431 

 743,490 

 763,555 

 728,300 

Administration / Office

118,873

 117,703 

 99,302 

 124,731 

 180,546 

Operations

7,218,551

 7,186,935 

 8,329,670 

 10,913,036 

 9,296,758 

Total Operating Costs

15,001,913

 15,160,525 

 16,356,553 

 18,688,635 

 18,043,131 

4.72%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subtotal Compensation and Operating Costs

46,485,414

46,893,057 

 48,306,211 

 51,809,722 

 51,812,705 

 2.75%

Category “D” School Buildings

854,611

1,601,412 

 2,019,228 

 2,240,907 

3,078,678 

37.77% 

Total Costs

47,340,025

48,494,469 

 50,325,439 

 54,050,629 

 54,891,383 

3.77%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provincial Funding 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Occupancy Grant

14,374,260

14,417,865 

 14,310,135 

 14,297,310 

 14,206,680 

 -

School Buildings Support: “D” projects

974,460

977,040 

 970,560 

 967,380 

 963,720 

Total Revenue

15,348,720

15,394,905 

 15,280,695 

 15,264,690 

 15,170,400 

-0.29%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gap +/(-)

-31,991,305

-33,099,564 

-35,044,744 

-38,785,939 

-39,720,983 

5.56%


Infrastructure

WSD recognizes the importance of prioritizing needs and plans for infrastructure renewal, including further development and implementation to the technology infrastructure plan. The challenge facing the division is to continue to prudently manage expenditures while maintaining infrastructure and equipment in our buildings.

The table below shows all capital and equipment renewal expenditures incurred by the Board over the last four years, as reported in WSD’s Financial Statements.

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Annualized
 % Change over
 5 Years
 

Operational Equipment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classroom Furniture and Equipment

1,241,306

 1,202,068 

 992,740 

 1,527,290 

 433,739 

-

Instructional Computers and Software

3,138,737

 4,062,672 

 3,471,633 

 3,579,759 

 2,798,184 

-

School Office Furniture and Equipment

46,635

 47,292 

 32,172 

 38,360 

 29,201 

-

Clinicians/Consultants Furniture and Equipment

75,285

 14,409 

 8,639 

 36,337 

 6,835 

-

Clinicians/Consultants Computers and Software

183,939

 74,374 

 86,794 

 74,471 

 46,518 

-

Community Education and Services Equipment

56,634

 17,377 

 4,293 

 2,949 

0

-

Board, Administration and Transportation Equipment

349,273

 96,206 

 22,097 

 53,367 

 5,613 

-

School Operations and Maintenance Equipment

214,115

 277,382 

 269,531 

 205,054 

 86,209 

-

Total Operational Equipment Renewal

5,305,924

 5,791,780 

 4,887,899 

 5,517,588 

 3,406,293 

-10.49%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bus Reserve

640,000

 829,274 

1,102,300 

1,104,145 

1,104,000 

-

Category “D” School Buildings

854,611

 1,601,412 

2,019,228 

2,240,907 

3,078,678 

-

Computer Hardware & Software

224,512

-37,446 

 166,644 

 0 

 0 

-

Furniture/Fixtures & Equipment

834,724

 393,006 

 443,421 

 876,861 

 136,635 

-

Other Vehicles

31,632

 28,823 

 139,747 

 82,225 

 131,703 

-

Balance of Purchase - Waterford Green Land

-

-

439,660

0

0

-

Constructed Assets

488,694

 - 

-

-

-

 

Energy Management Projects

878,106

 675,859 

 6,427,230 

 0 

 0 

 

Land & Land Improvements

-

 57,325 

 260,761 

 748,777 

 185,194 

-

New School Site Reserve

-

 3,450,000 

 185,882 

 0 

 0 

-

Projects funded from approved Capital Reserve

-

-

-

-

-

-

Board Approved Play Structure

100,000

 20,000 

 60,000 

 195,102 

 157,798 

 

School Projects

-

-

 5,885 

 0 

 0 

-

Work in Progress

296,036

 - 

-

-

-

-

Capitalized Admin Building Projects

-

-

-

-

417,551

-

Non-school Leasehold Improvements

-

-

-

-

63,042

-

Capitalized School Building Projects - Externally Funded

-

-

-

-

493,042

-

Total Capital Projects

4,348,315

7,018,253

11,250,758 

5,248,017 

5,767,643 

7.32%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Capital and Equipment Renewal

9,654,239

12,810,033  

 16,138,657 

 10,765,605

 9,173,936

-1.27%

Excludes transfers back to operating 

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