The Round Rock school board on Thursday will vote on a $339.4 million budget that gives raises to its 5,900 employees and bumps up the district’s contribution for health insurance.
The spending plan is up $6 million from the current year. The district’s proposed tax rate will stay the same, but because of rising property values, the owner of an average-value home — $200,264, after exemptions — will pay $2,763, up $100 from last year.
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Round Rock school district budget
- 2012-13 budget: $333.4 million
- Proposed 2013-14 budget: $339.4 million, up $6 million
- Expected enrollment: 45,834, up 1.7 percent
- Tax rate: Unchanged at $1.38 per $100 of assessed property value
- Public hearing and adoption: Thursday