The Pleasanton School District is expected to end the 2012-13 fiscal year with $12.5 million above budget, according to documents to be discussed at tonight's school board meeting.
Of that, more than $7.6 million is in undesignated funds, and another $3.6 million in reserves.
The district also collected more than expected from developer fees -- $800,000 as of January 31. The money will go toward paying off loans the district made to itself using the Sycamore Fund, which is money from the sale of a former school site.
The board will also hear an update on apprentice programs, including partnerships with firefighters, cement masons and carpenters.
Negotiations with the teachers union and the California School Employees Association that represents non-accredited employees are continuing and will be discussed in closed session.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. at the district's board room, 4665 Bernal Avenue.