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    • Half Hollow Hills Central School District 2009- 2010 Preliminary Budget Proposal 3/9/2009
    • T HE PURPOSE OF THE BUDGET
      • To meet the educational and fiscal goals of the District by
        • Supporting the educational mission
        • Planning for the operational needs of the District
        • Maintaining financial integrity
    • OUR ESSENTIAL GOALS
      • Maximize the achievement of all students by strengthening our District-wide Professional Learning Community
      • Continue to develop, deliver and implement a budget that strengthens and maximizes all of our resources while diminishing the financial impact on taxpayers
      • Ensure equitable opportunities and equitable outcomes for all students and continue to review programs to ensure consonance with latest research on educational excellence
      • Continue to address demographics and space needs to ensure appropriate learning environments for all students
      • Continue to support the physical & mental health and well-being of all District students and staff
      • Continue to improve and upgrade the appearance, safety and functionality of all District buildings and grounds
      • Embrace technology to strengthen teaching, learning and manage data
      • Improve communication between and among all stakeholders
    • 2009/10 Budget Process
        • The Business Office, together with the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendents, Building Principals, Directors and Coordinators reviewed all proposed expenditures, staffing, enrollment trends, building and programmatic needs in developing the proposed budget
        • The Board of Education sub-committee is conducting a line-by-line analysis of all proposed budget lines.
    • 2009/10 Budget Process
      • Every area of the Budget was analyzed for potential reductions.
      • In-depth analysis was conducted of all programs, the impact of further tightening of schedules, resources and potential personnel cuts
      • Reviewed all retirements and resignations and adjusted the leave process in a manner which would provide cost savings to the District
    • New Challenges for 2009/10
      • Run an efficient system without negatively impacting programs for our students
      • New York State’s economic crisis
      • Governor’s Deficit Reduction plan would reduce our state aid $2,932,698
      • No New Unfunded Mandates according to NYS
      • Proposed Mandate for Districts to fund 15% of Pre-school special education and transportation (currently funded by NYS and Suffolk County). This new mandate would cost HHH an additional $1 million. This proposal is not included in current budget.
      • Proposed mandate to implement an employer payroll tax to businesses, including school districts, for the MTA. This would cost HHH over $400K
      • What happened to No New Mandates??????????
    • Highest Achieving Among the lowest per pupil expenditure
    • Class Sizes
      • Board of Education Policy for Class Sizes
        • Kindergarten and First Grade – 22
        • Second Grade – 24
        • Third, Fourth and Fifth Grades – 26
        • Grades Six through Twelve - 28
    • Budget-to-Budget comparison
      • NYS Contingency Formula Budget Cap is 120% of CPI or 4% whichever is lower
      • Contingent budget formula cap for 2009/10 is 4.0% per NYS Educ. Dept.
      • 2009/10 Proposed Budget is already below the NYS formula cap
      $202,949,762 3.45% $204,035,832 4.0% $205,310,849 4.65% $196,188,300 Total Budget % Change Preliminary Budget 2009/10 NYS Contingency Formula Budget Cap 2009/10 Rollover (estimated cost of rolling forward budget as is) Budget 2009/10 Adopted Budget 2008/09
    • 2009-10 Preliminary Budget Proposal Summary 2008-09 Total Budget $196,188,300 $202,949,762 Dollar Increase $6,761,462 Percent Increase 3.45% 2009-10 Capital $27,654,198 13.63% Program $155,607,347 76.67% Administrative $19,688,217 9.70%
    • 2009/10 Budget Reductions
      • 18 budgeted instructional positions ($1,142,226)
      • 2 paraprofessional positions ($43,747)
      • Restructured non-instructional staffing to eliminate two part-time positions ($19,872)
      • Part-time position at the Bus Garage ($30,000)
      • Reduction of two budgeted transportation positions ($60,000)
    • Budget Reductions – cont’d.
      • District-wide reductions in equipment, supplies and material allocations ($440,268 including over $100,000 in Buildings and Grounds reductions )
      • Plant Projects ($28,050)
      • Curriculum Writing and Scoring ($447,615)
      • Clubs and Activities ($85,000)
      • In-Service Training/Staff Development ($29,309)
      • 5 th & 7 th Grade Swimming Assessment ($35,000)
    • Other cost Reductions
      • Restructured the District’s Security Program enhancing security coverage while keeping costs level
      • Joint effort with other municipalities for cost savings
        • Recycling - TOH
        • Security Alarm Services – So. Huntington UFSD
        • Cooperative Purchasing – NYS, BOCES, County, Educational Data Services
      • Chaperone assignments reviewed and capped at current allocations
    • Cost reduction initiatives
      • Transportation Efficiency Analysis to produce at least two less routes
      • District-wide energy conservation communication to all buildings to reduce demand
              • 2008-09 2009-10 Change
      • Board of Education 10,269 8,887 -13.5%
      • District Clerk & District Meeting 102,561 103,921 1.33%
      • Offices of Chief School Admin./
      • Finance/Purchasing/Accounting/
      • Auditing Svc./Legal Services/
      • Public Information/District-wide
      • Admin. and Records Mgmt. 2,989,317 3,059,946 2.4%
      • Operation & Maint 14,252,862 14,542,459 2.0%
      • Insurance/BOCES Admin
        • and Special Items 1,683.823 1,723,211 2.3%
      • Total General Support $19,038,832 $19,438,424 2.1%
      Preliminary Budget Proposal - General Support
    • Preliminary Budget Proposal - Instructional Budget
              • 2008-09 2009-10 Change
      • Curriculum Development &
        • Supervision/Principals/Clerical/
        • In-Service Training/Research/
        • Pupil Personnel 7,573,803 7,932,017 4.7%
      • Teaching Regular School 90,628,925 93,683,261 3.4%
      • Adult Ed/Summer School 480,727 493,958 2.8%
      • Instructional Media & Support 4,905,358 4,836,297 -1.4%
      • Pupil Services 10,350,523 10,674,574 3.1%
      • Total Instruction $113,939,336 $117,620,106 3.2%
    • Preliminary Budget Proposal - Other Budget Categories
              • 2008-09 2009-10 Change
      • Transportation 12,250,605 12,784,440 4.4%
      • Community Recreation 75,500 85,450 13.2%
      • Employee Benefits 39,871,373 41,885,529 5.1%
      • Debt Service/TAN 9,924,047 10,008,167 0.85%
      • Transfers to Capital 882,000 882,000 0%
      • Transfer to Spec. Aid Fund 206,608 245,647 18.9%
      • Total of above categories $63,210,133 $65,891,233 4.24%
    • NO BUDGET IS AN ISLAND
    • No budget is an Island…
      • The proposed budget for 2009/10 is developed by first analyzing prior year (2007/08) expenditures
      • Reviewing current year (2008/09) expenditures to date
      • Anticipating year end fund balance and reserves
      • Planning for the operational needs of 2009/10
      • And looking to trends which will affect the 2010/11 budget and tax levy
    • Dates to Remember Budget Presentation Vanderbilt 8:00 pm Monday, March 23, 2009 Elementary PTA Budget Presentation Manasquan 10:00 am Thursday, March 26, 2009 Public Hearing Manasquan 8:00 pm Monday, May 11, 2009 Budget VOTE H.S. East 7:00am to 10:00pm Tuesday, May 19, 2009 Adopt Budget Manasquan 8:00 pm Monday, April 20, 2009 Secondary PTA Budget Presentation Manasquan 8:00 pm Monday, March 30, 2009 Description Place Time Date
    • More information….
      • Budget information is available on our webpage http://www.hhh.12.ny.us
      • Follow the Our District link to the District Financial Information page
    • Voting
      • Tuesday:
      • May 19, 2009
      • 7AM to 10PM
      • High School East: East Gym