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2011-12 Green Bay Area Public School District Budget

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Over the last six years, the Green Bay Area Public School District has made $42.5 milion in revenue enhancements and expenditure reductions. Due to a $534/per student decrease this year, the district …

Over the last six years, the Green Bay Area Public School District has made $42.5 milion in revenue enhancements and expenditure reductions. Due to a $534/per student decrease this year, the district had to manage a $20 million deficit. Increaseed staff contributions into retirement and health benefits helped cover $12 million of the shortfall. Additional reductions in restructuring, revenue enhancements, and other means helped cover the remaining $8 million, resulting in a balanced budget.

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  • 1. GREEN BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 2011-12 PROPOSED BUDGET
  • 2. Michelle Langenfeld, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools & Learning
  • 3. Thank you for joining us
    • Introduction and overview
    • Review of financial details and proposed reductions
    • Opportunity for public input
  • 4. About our district
    • 20, 509 4K-12 students
    • 2,969 staff members
    • 38 schools
      • 4 high schools
      • 1 charter school
      • 4 middle schools
      • 2 K-8 schools
      • 26 elementary schools
      • 1 early learning center
  • 5. Delivering what you expect
    • National and state recognition for our work on closing the achievement gap
    • Broad curriculum, choice for families
      • Workforce-ready
      • College-ready (technical/2-year & 4-year schools)
    • Program evaluation and use of data critical to ensure effectiveness
  • 6. Managing declining funding
    • $42.5 million in revenue enhancements and expenditure reductions the past 6 years
    • Teachers/administrators paying a greater share of retirement and health benefits
    • Reorganized departments and eliminated positions through attrition
  • 7. Alan Wagner Assistant Superintendent of Business & Finance
  • 8. FINANCIAL CONDITION
    • 2010-11 budget surplus of $59K
    • Fund balance at $38 million – 17% of 2011 general fund expenditures
    • Short-term borrowing amount decreasing
    • Bond rating upgraded to Aaa – highest ranking
  • 9. REVENUE LIMITS
    • Determines maximum amount District can raise through state equalized aid and property taxes
    • Revenue limit gap - CPI vs District cost increase
    • For 2011-13, the State reduced school aid by $800 million in order to reduce the state budget deficit
    • For 2011-12, the State reduced the revenue limit per student increase from $200 to $-534 for 2011-12 resulting in a $734 decrease
  • 10. 2011-12 REVENUES Funds 10, 22, 27, 29
    • $235.6 Million
    • Balanced Budget for 2011-12
  • 11. 2011-12 Projected Revenue State Revenue $139,364,791 Property Tax Revenue 68,080,264 Federal Revenue 24,591,449 Other Revenue 3,521,084 Total Revenue $235,557,588
  • 12. Revenue Sources
  • 13. 2011-12 EXPENDITURES Funds 10, 22, 27, 29
    • $235.6 Million
    • $7.8 million under 2010-11 Budget (3.2%)
    • $7.8 million under 2010-11 Actual (3.2%)
  • 14. 2011-12 Projected Expenditures SALARIES $128,291,543 BENEFITS 63,951,978 PURCHASED SERVICES (TRANSPORTATION, ETC) 30,012,358 SUPPLIES 8,293,469 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 2,751,203 OTHER 2,257,037 TOTAL EXPENDITURES $235,557,588
  • 15. Expenditures by Type
  • 16. Expenditures by program
  • 17. Expenditures Detail for Instructional Program
  • 18. 2011-12 BUDGET DEFICIT
    • Preliminary budget deficit of $5 million
    • Jobs Repair Bill increased deficit to $20 million due to $15 million reduction in revenues
    • $12 million of reductions made through retirement, health, dental and other benefit changes
    • Final deficit of $8 million before additional reductions
  • 19. 2011-12 EXPENDITURES
    • $8 million final budget reduction
    • Increase in SBS revenue (1.0M)
    • Use of Education Jobs Fund monies (3.5M)
    • Reduction of 25.9 FTE teachers/paras (1.5M)
    • Reduction of 2.5 FTE administrators (.3M)
    • Reduction of 9.0 FTE other staff (.4M)
    • Administrator salary freeze (.2M)
    • Reduction of equipment purchases (.4M)
    • Freezing most non-salary expenses (.7M)
  • 20. 2011-12 TAX LEVY
    • GENERAL FUND $68,080,264
    • DEBT SERVICE FUND $ 9,812,900
    • COMMUNITY SRV FD $ 3,286,790
    • TOTAL $81,179,954
    • Levy increase of $1,863,683 (2.4%)
  • 21. 2011-2012 Tax Levy Change Ashwaubenon -3.0% West De Pere 1.2% Pulaski 2.1% Green Bay 2.4% Howard-Suamico 7.6% De Pere 8.0%
  • 22. Community Service Fund Budget Middle School After School Programs $367,736 School Resource Officers $1,160,000 Diversity Liaison Position $114,535 Taping of Board Meetings $9,200 Public Information Office (75%) $136,147 Public Facilities Usage $662,096 Homeless Coordinator Position $33,822 Early Childhood Coordinator Position (80%) $89,588 Elementary After School Programs $482,086 Social Worker Positions (20%) $383,456 Truant Officer Positions $17,124 Total $3,455,790
  • 23. TAX LEVY HISTORY
  • 24. LONG-TERM DEBT RETIREMENT
  • 25. 2011-12 PROJECTED TAX RATE Based on 1.9% Property Value Decline
    • EQ TAX RATE $10.09
    • $ INCREASE $ .42
    • % INCREASE 4.3%
  • 26. EQUALIZED TAX RATE HISTORY
  • 27. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
    • Final Equalized Aid Certification
    • Final Equalized Property Values
    • Final September student count figures
  • 28. 2012-13 BUDGET
    • Revenue limit increase will be $50 per student versus statutory amount of $280
    • Budget deficits will continue - $9 Million
    • Education Job Funds will not be available
    • Technology budget will need to be added back into the budget in the future
    • Budget process will begin in October 2011
    • Review prior budget team recommendations
  • 29. 2012-13 BUDGET
    • Staff/Public input
    • Examine programs/staffing and determine efficiencies
    • Early creation of possible revenue enhancement and expenditure reduction proposals
    • Protect student programs
  • 30. Open Forum Public input on the 2011-12 District Budget
  • 31. Board of Education
    • Jean Marsch – President
    • Katie Maloney – Vice President
    • Judy C. De Cleene – Treasurer
    • Brenda Warren – Clerk
    • Michael Blecha – Trustee
    • Celestine Jeffreys – Trustee
    • Dr. Christopher Wagner - Trustee

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