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    • 1. School District of BeloitREFERENDUM PRESENTATION IMAGINE BELOIT
    • 2. 1. History/Challenge and Opportunity2. The cost3. The physical plants4. Educational Advantages5. Fiscal Responsibility and Savings6. Economic Development7. April 3, 2012
    • 3. Board of Education:• Facility study 1998• Architectural drawings 2008
    • 4. Board of Education challenge: • 8 buildings built before 1928 • Newest building built: 1965 • Last major improvements: 1994 • Non-functional pool: 1968 • Deteriorating facilities
    • 5. Board of Education Opportunity: • 1994 bonds maturing in 2012 • Lowest interest rates in history • Extremely competitive construction industry driving costs down • Perfect storm
    • 6. 2012-2013 Tax Impact On a $70 Million Dollar Referendum Under Current Funding Aid Formula Estimated Interest at 3.5%Home Value Annual Cost Monthly Cost$75,000* $ 67.50 $5.63• State reimburses District $45 million or 64% of the bond issue• Increased 12 of the last 14 years• Beloit tax payers pay only $25 million• Business 46%• Residential 54%*Average home value in the city of Beloit
    • 7. Success Breeds Success• National AP Honor Roll, 1 of 367• National Blue Ribbon, Gaston, 1 of 305• National GPA award, Girls Swim, 20th• National GPA award, Boys Swim, 6th• National Jazz Competition, top 15• RTI program receiving state and national attention
    • 8. Referendum Plan: Physical Plants
    • 9. Renovate six elementary schools to PK-31. More and larger classrooms for consolidation/team teaching2. Create intervention rooms3. More gym space4. Needed repairs •Roofing •Security Upgrade •Boiler Systems/HVAC •Parking/Drop off •Building Envelope •Playgrounds •Needed Furnishings •Technology5. Food prep and serving areas
    • 10. Primary Schools Cost Approximately $31 millionApproximately 440 Students/BuildingEast West Todd $6.0M Converse $5.6M Merrill 4.4M Hackett 5.1M Robinson 5.6M Gaston 4.2M
    • 11. Todd
    • 12. Merrill
    • 13. Robinson
    • 14. Converse
    • 15. Hackett
    • 16. Gaston
    • 17. Aldrich and McNeel$10M to be allocated from maintenance savings over the next 5 years Fewer students after reconfiguration
    • 18. Middle School DemographicsFree Lunch by Middle SchoolAldrich: 85.89%Cunningham: 79.83%McNeel: 80.34%Southeast School: 70.51%Diversity by Middle SchoolAldrich: Black - 34.6% White - 32.0% Hispanic - 32.3% AmerIndian - .1% Asian - 1%Cunningham:Black - 21.7% White - 46.6% Hispanic - 31.5% AmerIndian - .2% Asian - 0%McNeel: Black - 28.3% White - 44.5% Hispanic - 26.7% AmerIndian - .1% Asian - .4%Southeast: Black - 25.3% White - 38.4% Hispanic - 32.6% AmerIndian - .9% Asian - 2.8%
    • 19. McNeel
    • 20. Aldrich
    • 21. New Cunningham 4-8 Cost Approximately $16 million• Cunningham 60% increase in square footage• Land area sufficient for expansion• Large amount of green space remaining after expansion
    • 22. New Cunningham
    • 23. New SE Intermediate School 4-8 Cost Approximately $16 million• Corner of Lee Lane and Milwaukee Rd• Collaborative partnership with Beloit Health Systems
    • 24. New SE Intermediate
    • 25. New SE Intermediate
    • 26. Intermediate School Design1. Separate wings for 4,5,6 and 7,82. Separate entrances/pickup and drop off areas3. Shared spaces for: – Music – Art – Phy Ed – ELL – Special Education – Library Media
    • 27. Beloit Memorial High School• New Swimming Pool – 8 lane• Conference and Sectional meets• Locker rooms male and female• Community Changing Room• Bleachers for 500 + people at pool level• All mechanical-Electrical-Plumbing• Pool Room Heating and Ventilation• Used daily from 6AM to 8PM
    • 28. Tennis Courts• Tear up existing Tennis Courts• Relocate west of student parking• 8 tennis courts complex• Tournaments
    • 29. Life Center• New equipment relocated from class rooms• Level playing field for Big 8 athletics• Relocate to existing pool area• Current weight room transformed to wrestling and/or dance or yoga studio• Fight childhood obesity• Lower health care costs of district employees
    • 30. High School
    • 31. High School
    • 32. Future Use of District-Owned Buildings• Buildings Available for • Possible Uses Retirement or Repurposing: – District Office – Royce – Charter School (RCAA) – McLenegan – Learning Academy – Kolak – Sale to outside party – Morgan – Wright – Burdge
    • 33. Educational Advantages
    • 34. PK-3 Grade Alignment Educational Advantages• Six PK-3 Schools• Alignment of resources for learning to read• Collaborative opportunities• Intense focus on developmental needs of the young child• Dedicated Art and Music areas
    • 35. PK-3 Grade Alignment Educational AdvantagesHigher Parent Involvement – More years in the same building – Sustained Relationships – Fewer transitions
    • 36. 4-8 Grade Alignment Educational Advantages• “Elemiddle” approach – Makes smaller grades 6-8, approx 150 per grade• Alignment of resources for reading to learn• Use of other resources and shared classrooms (e.g. Gym, Tech Ed, Music, Art)
    • 37. 4-8 Grade Alignment Educational Advantages• Collaborative opportunities for• 4-6 and 7-8 wings• Culture change in a building with younger and older students• More opportunities to be involved in sports and extracurricular activities with smaller classes.
    • 38. 4-8 Grade Alignment Educational AdvantagesHigher Parent Involvement – More years in the same building – Sustained Relationships – Fewer transitions
    • 39. The CostPrimary schools = $31 millionIntermediate schools = $32 millionSecondary School = $ 7 million Total= $70 million$45 million reimbursed by the State
    • 40. These are estimated permanent reductions that would assist us with our budget challenges in each year going forward.Cost Savings Area Estimated Annual Cost Savings If Referendum PassesRent $ 128,007.00Utilities (Gas, Electric, Water, Sewer, Storm Water) $ 66,232.00Reduction of Personnel $ 1,019,582.00Facility and Building Maintenance $ 978,780.00Property Services $ 28,334.00Technology Savings-Fiber Lease /PhoneLines $ 10,446.00Transportation $ 35,730.00Staff Travel $ 30,000.00 Grand Total $ 2,297,111.00
    • 41. Referendum versus Operating Cost • Referendum is a stand-alone loan fund – Must be for capital improvements only – Not used for operating budget or salaries • Yearly Operating budget is effected only by the savings incurred by improvements – Helps offset the budget challenges we will continue to face due to decreasing funding
    • 42. Fiscal Responsibility252015 Actual Levy collected10 1995 Levy adjusted for inflation 5 0 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
    • 43. 2012-2013 Tax Impact On a $70 Million Dollar Referendum Under Current Funding Aid Formula Estimated Interest at 3.5%Home Value Annual Cost Monthly Cost$75,000* $ 67.50 $5.63• State reimburses District $45 million or 64% of the bond issue• Increased 12 of the last 14 years• Beloit tax payers pay only $25 million• Business 46%• Residential 54%*Average home value in the city of Beloit
    • 44. Economic Development
    • 45. • Schools are one of the most important reasons for business start-ups and expansion• More new employees stay in Beloit• Higher property values• Increased community pride• Local construction jobs• $45 million in outside investment
    • 46. • Chamber of Commerce: ENDORSED• GBEDC: ENDORSED• City Council: ENDORSED• Beloit 2020: ENDORSED• Outside tourism revenue $50/$140• Improved image to non-Beloiters• Continue Beloit improvements• $45MM in outside investment
    • 47. Discussion
    • 48. VOTEApril 3, 2012

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