District Budget & Annual Financial Reports
The Peoria Unified School District is committed to transparency in financial reporting.
2020 Expenditure Budget
The Peoria Unified School District's FY 2020 Expenditure Budget can be viewed on
The district continues to serve as a responsible steward of taxpayer funds. The community generously supported the district's 2012 Bond Initiative which provides $180 million in support of school building maintenance, the purchase of new school buses and improved technology for students as well as the 2015 Maintenance & Operations Override which will provide support for programs, increased compensation for employees and free full-day Kindergarten.
Peoria Unified proudly spends less on administration and directs more dollars into the classroom than other districts of comparable size. The district's Financial Office has been recognized for the last 23 consecutive years by the Government Finance Officers Association for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
Average Teacher Salary
FY2016/2017 Average Salary
FY2017/2018 Average Salary
% Increase Between FY2018 and FY 2017
FY2018/2019 Average Salary
% Increase Between FY2019 and FY 2018
FY2019/2020 Average Salary
% Increase Between FY2019 and FY2020
- These average salary amounts include base salary, Classroom Site and Instructional Improvement for employees coded to function 1000 object 6112.
- The proposed FY 2020 ratios for Special Education pupil-teacher ratios/pupil-staff ratios and estimated FTE certified employees are as follows:
- Teacher-Pupil 1 to 15.2
- Staff Pupil 1 to 6.9
- Estimated Full-time Equivalent Certified Staff= 2,381