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15 meals under the federal National School Lunch Act and
16 the federal Child Nutrition Act of 1966, 42 U.S.C.
17 1751-1785, multiplied by the budget enrollment in the
18 school district. Amounts received as supplementary
19 weighting for at-risk pupils shall be utilized by a
20 school district to develop or maintain alternative
21 programs or an at-risk pupils' program, including
22 alternative high school programs, and shall be in
23 addition to and not supplanting moneys appropriated in
24 section 279.51 and moneys otherwise appropriated by
25 law to supplement that funding.
26 b. Notwithstanding paragraph "a", a school
27 district which received supplementary weighting for an
28 alternative high school program offered by a community
29 college for the school budget year beginning July 1,
30 1999, shall receive an amount of supplementary
31 weighting for the next five school budget years as
32 follows:
33 (1) For the budget year beginning July 1, 2000,
34 the greater of the amount of supplementary weighting
35 determined pursuant to paragraph "a", or one hundred
36 percent of the amount received for the budget year
37 beginning July 1, 1999.
38 (2) For the budget year beginning July 1, 2001,
39 the greater of the amount of supplementary weighting
40 determined pursuant to paragraph "a", or seventy-five
41 percent of the amount received for the budget year
42 beginning July 1, 1999.
43 (3) For the budget year beginning July 1, 2002,
44 the greater of the amount of supplementary weighting
45 determined pursuant to paragraph "a", or fifty percent
46 of the amount received for the budget year beginning
47 July 1, 1999.
48 (4) For the budget year beginning July 1, 2003,
49 the greater of the amount of supplementary weighting
50 determined pursuant to paragraph "a", or twenty-five

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1 percent of the amount received for the budget year
2 beginning July 1, 1999.
3 (5) For the budget year beginning July 1, 2004,
4 and succeeding budget years, the amount of
5 supplementary weighting determined pursuant to
6 paragraph "a".
7 If a school district receives an amount pursuant to
8 this paragraph "b" which exceeds the amount the
9 district would otherwise have received pursuant to
10 paragraph "a", the department of management shall
11 annually determine the amount of the excess that would
12 have been state aid and the amount that would have
13 been property tax if the school district had generated


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