Austin, Texas
                    FISCAL NOTE, 76th Regular Session
                             February 4, 1999
          TO:  Honorable Teel Bivins, Chair, SenateCommittee on Education
        FROM:  John Keel, Director, Legislative Budget Board
       IN RE:  SB104  by Duncan (Relating to keeping school campuses
               open after school hours for recreational purposes and
               tutoring.), As Introduced
*  No fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.                    *
Local Government Impact
The bill would explicitly allow local school boards to adopt rules to
keep school campuses, including libraries, open for recreational
activities and tutoring after school hours.  The district employee or
volunteer serving on the school campus after school hours would be
provided immunity from liability consistent with the immunity granted
other district employees and volunteers.

The costs for opening school campuses after school hours would be borne
by the local school district.  The cost would depend on the amount of
time the building was open, the level of recreational and tutorial
services offered, and the number of volunteers the district was able to
Source Agencies:   
LBB Staff:         JK, CT, PF