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FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
FY11 School Committee Approved Budget
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FY11 School Committee Approved Budget

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This is an embedded copy of the Cumberland School Department's FY11 Budget as posted on the districts website on March 23, 2010.

This is an embedded copy of the Cumberland School Department's FY11 Budget as posted on the districts website on March 23, 2010.

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  1. Cumberland Public Schools: “A Smart District Getting Smarter” Budget Presentation to the Cumberland School Committee February 18, 2010
  2. Primary Goals of Budget Presentation  Define student needs and district initiatives requiring financial support in upcoming school year  Create awareness of state and local fiscal issues impacting FY 2010-2011 budget  Provide an overview of the key budget drivers in the FY 2008-2009 budget
  3. District Vision 100% of the students, 100% of the time
  4. Fact versus Myth  Fact: The district has embraced zero-based budgeting practices, rather than traditional incremental budgeting methods.  Fact: Multiple sources of data have been used to support the proposed FY 11 budget and no recommendation within the proposed budget can be considered in isolation.  Fact: Reconciling the budgets for FY 06 through FY 10 impacted the Leadership Team’s recommendations to support student learning by almost 7 million dollars in areas including staffing, capital improvements, tuitions and technology & required the consolidation of JJM Cumberland Hill School and relocation of Cumberland Preschool Center.
  5. Key Strategies  Comply with the law  Respond to the highest priorities through analysis of resources  Embrace zero-based budgeting practices  Develop integrated proposals that balance the urgency for “accountability for learning” with the economic climate at the state and local level
  6. Background of Budget Development Increasing urgency for “accountability for learning” for the state, district, school and student Balanced by… Acknowledgement of economic climate at the national, state and local level
  7. What’s in a Headline? McKee urges extra tax (December 23, 2009) With cash running low, McKee warns community about cutbacks, cancels projects (February 4, 2010) Report shows new way to divvy up school aid (February 4, 2010) Budget ax cuts 24 teachers (February 28, 2010) Valley Breeze Headlines
  8. Budget Workshop Topics Support for Student Learning Through a targeted reallocation of funds, a minimum threshold of support is provided at the preschool, elementary, middle and high school levels to support improved student achievement. This imperative to address “accountability for learning” is central to the mission, vision and goals of the Cumberland Public Schools.
  9. Budget Workshop Topics Staffing Analysis and Recommendations A detailed review of the personnel recommendations for FY 11 will be presented based on enrollment, state mandates, local initiatives and funding considerations. The proposed FY 11 budget includes an overall reduction of thirty-four [34] certified, non-certified and administrative positions.
  10. Budget Workshop Topics Retirement Incentive Proposal The FY 11 Budget includes a Retirement Incentive Proposal for all eligible employees of the Cumberland Public Schools. The district calculates that the proposal could provide approximately $500,000 savings.
  11. Budget Workshop Topics Elementary School Design Proposal The fiscal year 2011 budget seeks the School Committee’s approval of the following recommendation: That the Cumberland School Committee approve an Elementary School Design for the 2010-2011 school year and beyond for the Cumberland Public Schools which includes the following grade configurations: Ashton School Grades Preschool & Kindergarten BF Norton School Grades 1, 2, 3 Garvin Memorial School Grades 4, 5 Community School Grades 1, 2, 3 John J McLaughlin Cumberland Hill Grades 4, 5 Through more equitable distribution of resources, the district believes it can create advantages for student learning while, at the same time, create savings for the district estimated at $500,000.
  12. Discussion February 18, 2010  FY 11 Budget Overview  Review of Major Revenue and Expenditure Increases/Decreases  Discussion and/or Vote on Retirement Incentive Proposal  Next Steps
  13. FY 2010-2011 Budget Revenue Adjustments Fiscal Year 2010 General Fund Budget $52,232,084 Town Appropriation 1.0% Increase 362,024 State Aid 7.24% Reduction (825,609) Federal Stabilization Funds 28.9% Reduction (189,780) Retiree & COBRA Health/Life Insurance (195,332) Medical Employee Co-Pays 87,000 Medicaid Reimbursement 50,000 Preschool Tuitions 39,875 Fund Balance (Surplus) 30.0% Reduction (257,585) All other 79,374 Fiscal Year 2011 Proposed General Fund Budget $51,382,051 -1.6% DECREASE
  14. FY 2010-2011 Budget Expenditures Fiscal Year 2010 General Fund Budget $52,232,084 Salaries 564,508 Healthcare Claims 228,297 Retirement (40,820) Other Fringes 50,672 Transportation (172,141) Utilities 42,221 Special Education Tuitions/Therapists (214,390) Health Administrative Fee 34,880 Capital Equipment (69,101) Charter School Tuitions 268,161 Curriculum Support (Literacy/Reading) 175,000 Technology Maintenance/Licensing 110,787 Elementary School Design Proposal (497,030) Retirement Incentive (498,519) Personnel/Program Reductions/Concessions (897,000) All Other (181,892) Fiscal Year 2011 Proposed General Fund Budget $52,352,188 - 1.63% DECREASE
  15. Budget Workshop Topics Retirement Incentive Proposal The Fiscal 2011 Budget includes a Retirement Incentive Proposal for all eligible employees of the Cumberland Public Schools. The district calculates that the proposal could provide approximately $500,000 savings.
  16. Retirement Incentive Proposal Purpose of the Proposal Purpose of the retirement incentive is to effectuate savings for the school district for the 2010-2011 budget which will be affected by restricted funding from the Town of Cumberland and the reduction in state education aid from the State of Rhode Island Proposal is designed on a minimum threshold of twenty [20] certified teachers applying inclusive of the certified teachers who have already provided letters of retirement to date
  17. Retirement Incentive Proposal Illustration of Cost Savings: Option A Cash Buyout 17 teachers @ $7,080 (120,360) 17 teachers @ $30,937 525,929 Pension Cost New Teachers (80,611) Pension Savings Retired Teachers 143,144 Medicare Cost New Teachers (9,831) Medicare Savings Retired Teachers 18,483 1 Teacher Assistant Buyout (2,068) 1 Teacher Assistant Holiday Savings 990 1 Teacher Assistant Salary 803 FICA 61 2 Custodians Buyout (3,615) 2 Custodians Salary 3,328 FICA 255
  18. Retirement Incentive Proposal Illustration of Cost Savings: Option B Healthcare 17 teachers @ $0 0 17 teachers @ $30,937 Salary Savings 525,929 Pension Cost New Teachers (80,611) Pension Savings Retired Teachers 143,144 Medicare Cost New Teachers (9,831) Medicare Savings Retired Teachers 18,483 Estimated Health Claims 17 Teachers (85,000) 1 Teacher Assistant Buyout 0 1 Teacher Assistant Holiday Savings 990 1 Teacher Assistant Salary 803 FICA 61 2 Custodians Buyout 0 2 Custodians Salary 3,328 FICA 255
  19. Retirement Incentive Proposal Discussion and/or Vote on Retirement Incentive Proposal
  20. Q&A
  21. Next Steps Budget Workshops Cumberland High School Auditorium 2600 Mendon Road Wednesday, February 24, 2010 7:00 pm  Staffing Analysis  Elementary School Design Proposal Saturday, February 27, 2010 9:00 am  Discussion and/or Vote on FY 11 Budget

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