Bryant PTSA Financial Summary – 2017 to 2022
This page provides year over year Bryant PTSA financial overview from 2017 to 2022. It’s divided into three sections:
- Source of Income: Percentage breakdown of Bryant PTSA Income sources by year.
- Annual Spending: Overview of categorized spending by year.
- Staff Wages: Breakdown of annual spending on staff wages (The top spending category in PTSA budgets).
For more details, individual annual budgets can be found at the Monthly PTSA Meetings Page.
Please email PTSA treasurers for questions and feedback.
Source of Income
For the last 4 of the last 5 years, 60-70% of our income is from Annual Campaign, 5% from Blast, 10 – 12 % from Silent Auction, and a heavy carry over from previous years (15 – 20%).
During the 2021-2022 school year, the world was different: Bryant Blast and the Silent Auction were suspended and the truncated 2020-2021 school year provided an unusually large carry over. The Bryant PTSA plans to revive these fundraisers during the 2022-2023 school year.
In the last 5 years, 75% of our spending goes to PTSA sponsored staff positions at Bryant.
For the previous Fiscal Year (2021-2022), to support the return to in-person learning we provided:
- Reading and math specialists and tutors
- Enrichment opportunities in art, music, technology, and library
- Classroom assistance, supplies, and field trip support
- Community-building and academic events
- Support for our Bryant community and beyond including families & schools in need.
We continue to support these programs into the 2022-2023 school year.
About 30% of total staff wages now goes to Math / Reading Specialists. Over the last five years, we have steadily increased our support for Math / Reading Specialists who provide intervention and extension services.
Moving into the new school year (2022-2023) and embracing the full return to in-person learning, the PSTA has once again allocated resources for:
- Artist in Residence program
- Instrumental Music Instructor
- Playground Supervision