A portion of the revenue from the "MAPS for Kids" sales tax goes to suburban districts.
The formula for distributing the funds is 70/30: 70% goes to the Oklahoma City I-89 district, while 30% is divided among the suburban districts. Each district gets a percentage based upon the number of its students living within the Oklahoma City limits.
To access suburban project funds, a school board must approve a project and its budget and then submit an application to the OCMAPS Trust. The school district is responsible for completing the project, reporting expenditures and providing an annual audit report to the Trust.
The map below shows how that 30% is allocated. The percentages are revised each year, based on enrollment figures from the school districts.
Download detailed information on suburban allocations (Adobe Acrobat file).