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Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
Fy 11 Budget Hearing Version 2007
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  • 1. SAUGUS PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY11 Proposed Budget
  • 2. What’s Been Implemented
    • Revised Organization and Infrastructure
    • Curriculum Map Design
    • Data-Driven Decision Making
    • Integration of Technology
    • Increased “Highly Qualified Teacher” Status
    • Aligned Professional Development
  • 3. Implemented
    • New Textbook Alignment
    • Updated Programs and Protocol in Special Education, 504, and ELL
    • Funded Capital Improvement Projects
    • Addressed Regulatory, Compliance Issues
    • Improved System of Accountability and Assurances
  • 4. What Are The Concerns For FY11
    • Ensuring Sustainability of Effort
    • Maintaining Accreditation of High School
    • Compliance with State Regulatory Requirements for Time on Learning
    • Facility ADA and Safety Issues
    • Reclassification of BMS as middle school
  • 5. FY11 Level Service Budget
    • FY10 Budget $24,050,250
    • Fixed Cost Increases
    • Personnel Expenses (AWA & Contract) 990,235
    • Sped Out-of-District from Circuit Breaker 500,000
    • Sped & McKinney-Vento Busing 30,000
    • HS Student Activity Advisor Stipends 11,567
    • Sped Tuition Extended Year Program 100,000
    • Goods & Services 122,753
    • Subtotal: 1,754,555
    • FY11 Level Service Budget $25,804,805
  • 6. FY11 Critical Educational Needs
    • 2.0 BMS World Language Teachers $100,000
    • 1.0 BMS Instructional Technology Teacher $50,000
    • 0.5 BMS Band Teacher $21,479
    • HS NEASC Accreditation $20,000
    • 1.0 HS World Language Teacher $50,000
    • 1.0 HS Wellness Teacher $50,000
    • 1.0 HS English Teacher $50,000
    • 1.0 HS Social Studies Teacher $50,000
  • 7. FY11 Critical Educational Needs
    • 1.0 HS Severe Special Needs Teacher $50,000
    • 1.0 Veterans Severe Special Needs Teacher $50,000
    • 1.0 HS Behaviorist $50,000
    • 1.0 Elementary Music Teacher $50,000
    • BMS & HS World Language Textbooks $58,000
    • HS Biology Textbooks $22,500
    • 2.0 ELL Tutors $40,000
    • Subtotal: $711,979
    • FY11 Critical Educational Budget $26,516,784
  • 8. Critical Capital Improvement Needs
    • HS - ADA Access in A-Wing
    • HS - Electricity Upgrade
    • HS - ADA Access to Building / Walkways
    • HS - Underground Storage Tank Removal
    • HS - Gym Bleachers
    • MS - Boiler & HVAC System
    • MS - Electricity Upgrade
    • Elem - Unit Vent Assessment & Repair
    • Elem - Needed Classroom / Portables at Oaklandvale
    • All - Window Replacements & Points of Egress
  • 9. What’s Being Done in FY10
    • Ensuring Accountability of Systems & Teacher Performance
    • Bringing Students Back to the District
    • Improving Existing Programs & Delivery
    • Providing Professional Development Opportunities in Technology & Teaching Practices
    • Improving the School Culture
  • 10. What Are The Financial Problems
  • 11. Saugus Chapter 70 Funding History
    • FY2001 $ 3,954,381 N/A
    • FY2002 $ 4,228,143 6.92
    • FY2003 $ 4,228,143 0.00
    • FY2004 $ 3,382,514 -20.00
    • FY2005 $ 3,382,514 0.00
    • FY2006 $ 3,538,314 4.61
    • FY2007 $ 3,844,289 8.65
    • FY2008 $ 3,997,139 3.98
    • FY2009 $ 3,750,635 -6.17
    • FY2010 $ 4,107,595 9.52
    • FY2011 $ 4,107,595 0.00
  • 12.  
  • 13. Saugus Local Appropriation History
    • FY2001 $ 20,470,000 N/A
    • FY2002 $ 21,490,958 4.99
    • FY2003 $ 22,246,352 3.51
    • FY2004 $ 21,627,858 -2.78
    • FY2005 $ 21,356,579 -1.25
    • FY2006 $ 21,806,578 2.11
    • FY2007 $ 22,479,314 3.09
    • FY2008 $ 21,140,829 -5.95
    • FY2009 $ 23,500,250 11.16
    • FY2010 $ 24,050,250 2.34
  • 14.  
  • 15. Translation
    • Two Schools Labeled in Corrective Action or Restructuring under AYP for three years
    • District is labeled in Category 3 under NCLB
    • Lost Programs and Services for Students
    • Stagnant Student Achievement on MCAS
    • Loss of Students from District
    • Noncompliance with State and Federal Mandates
    • Less than Optimum Learning Environment
    • Inability to meet Highly Qualified Teacher Standard
  • 16. Looking Out For Education
    • “ When the water in the watering hole gets low, the animals look at each other differently”.
    • It’s time that we, the parents, staff, and community, look at the others differently, and vocalize support for appropriate funding to educate our children.
  • 17. What Needs To Be Done In FY11
    • Maintain and Sustain Integrity of Programs and Educational Process
    • Meet State and Federal Regulatory and Compliance Responsibilities
    • Expand Space and Program Capability
    • Improve Student Achievement
    • Strengthen Systems of Accountability
    • Meet School and Program Accreditation
  • 18.
  • 19. Education Must Be A Priority
    • It’s Time That We…..
    • Before It’s Too Late
    • Money Should Not Stand In The Way Of
    • Our Children’s Education
    • The Price = $26,516,784
    • Our Children’ s Future Depends On It!
    “ Stand Up For Education ”

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