Financial Transparency

"Financial transparency" means making information as accessible as possible. According to the SEC, it means "timely, meaningful and reliable disclosures about a company's performance. PBTISD is committed to the belief and practice of financial transparency in government.


The following summary data is from the Governmental Fund Statements in the District's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended August 31, 2019. Governmental Funds include the District's primary operating fund, i.e. General Fund, Special Revenue Fund for various grants, Debt Service Fund for the payment of interest and principal on all bonds, and Capital Projects Fund to account for the expenditures of bond proceeds.

2021-2022 Audit

2020-2021 Audit

2019-2020 Audit

2018-2019 Audit


General Fund

Debt Service Fund

Child Nutrition Fund

Total All Funds

Property Taxes & Other Local Revenues





State Revenues





Federal Program Revenues










Expenditures 2022 2021
Instruction & Related $20,518,488 $21,663,361
School Leadership $2,663,425 $2,662,110
Student Support $6,902,837 $7,873,799
Administrative Support $1,991,842 $2,197,325
Non-Student Support $6,797,681 $6,557,655
Recapture $103,194,565 $108,631,950
Other $23,865,791 $4,875,892
Total $166,534,629 $154,462,092

General Budget Chart

Debt Information

As part of our continuing commitment to transparency and accountability to our community, and in accordance with the Texas Comptroller’s Transparency Star Program criteria for local governments, PBT ISD maintains summary information about its outstanding debt.

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