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    • 1. 2010-2011 Budget Update RSU 16
    • 2. We’ve looked at a variety of scenarios to close the budget gap.
    • 3. One critical factor is the middle school structure.
    • 4. Middle School Exploration Committee Recommendation Colleen Quint
    • 5. What would a tri-town middle school look like? Ayesha Farag-Davis Mary Martin Margaret Pitts Cari Medd
    • 6. Questions & Concerns from Public Hearings & Community Meetings 7-12 Athletics District K-6 Music Physical Education/Wellness Art Curriculum Coordinator/Grants
    • 7. 2010-2011 School Budget Tri-Town Middle School Model Currently our budget stands at $17.7 million, a 5.3% decrease from FY10. The current deficit is $50,000 under the proposed budget. Adding K-6 music and half-time PE/Wellness would increase the deficit to $127,000.
    • 8. Projected Tax Changes (based on $127,000 deficit) annual increase monthly increase mil rate (based on (based on increase $100,000 home) $100,000 home) Poland 0.00 $0.48 $0.04 Minot 0.45 $44.97 $3.75 Mechanic Falls 0.36 $35.69 $2.97
    • 9. Next Steps... School Committee discussions and vote about Middle School Model and participation fees Budget Approval Process (School Committee) Three-town Budget Meeting, May 3 School Budget Referendum Vote in each town, May 11

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