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Expenditure Reductions

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Presented at School Board Meeting on February 8, 2012.

Presented at School Board Meeting on February 8, 2012.

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  1. ExpenditureReductionsFebruary 8, 2012Devin Vodicka, EdDAssistant Superintendent, Business Services
  2. Background• Projected fiscal deficit of $7.8 million in 2012-13 and $12.1 million in 2013-14 2/8/2012• Self-identified as “Qualified” budget in submission to San Diego County Office of Education with First Interim Report• We can not currently meet our commitments in one or both of the next two years 2
  3. 2011-12 Expenditure Reductions• Increasing class size in grades 1-3 to approximately 32 students in each class.• Eliminating K-6 Home Study program. 2/8/2012• Eliminating one Director of Curriculum & Instruction position.• Eliminating the Administrative Assistant—Language Assessment Center position.• Eliminating one English Language Development Resource Teacher.• Leaving vacant two Instructional Aide—Computer Lab positions.• Elimination of general education summer school (K-8) and reduction of general education summer school (high school).• Eliminating two part-time certificated librarians.• Leaving vacant the position of Executive Assistant, Business Services. 3• Reducing deferred maintenance contributions.
  4. November 9, 2011Additional Expenditure Reductions• Reduce start-up spending in 2012-13 for Sage Creek High School 2/8/2012• Reduce Administration/Management expenses• Reduction in Travel and Conference budgets• Reduction in Site/Department accounts• Reduction in Special Education budget based on program savings• Elimination of Classified positions• Reduction in Athletics budget• Reduction or elimination of programs such as Cal-SAFE and Add-Up 4
  5. School Closure Considerations• Board authorized formation of Committee to bring recommendation for closure of two schools and potential relocation of district office on November 9, 2011 2/8/2012• Board authorized specific focus on Buena Vista Elementary and Carlsbad Village Academy/Carlsbad Seaside Academy on January 11, 2012• Recommendation to occur no later than April 25, 2012 5
  6. Revenue Enhancements• Extensive community efforts to assist• Current efforts underway to analyze best path for potential 2/8/2012 rental/lease options• Special Education “Equalization” 6
  7. Other Considerations• Ongoing negotiations with both CUTA (Certificated) and LIUNA (Classified) bargaining teams 2/8/2012• Careful analysis of Governor’s Budget Proposal • Current projections do not take into account potential impact in 2011-12 of SB 81 reduction of approximately $400,000 in 2011-12 due to shift of midyear transportation cut to ADA as part of this year’s “trigger” reductions • Current projections do not take into account potential “trigger” reductions of approximately $4,000,000 in 2012-13 • Bargaining process needs to include contingency language regarding “trigger” reductions• We are out of time 7
  8. First Interim Financial Report 2011-2012 Total Income: $73,159,292 Total Expenditures: $83,063,700 2/8/2012 Capital OutlayOther State Other Outgo & 21,300 Revenue Services/Other Debt Service Other Local 0.03%$4,562,544 Oper. 536,835 Revenue 6.24% Expenditures 0.65% $4,307,524 5.89% 10,895,969 13.12% Federal Revenue Books & $3,316,516 Supplies 4.53% Revenue Limit 2,976,306 Sources 3.58% $60,972,708 83.34% ($60,683,436 from Local Property Taxes) Employee Benefits 17,577,495 Certificated 21.16% Classified Salaries Salaries $39,815,854 8 11,239,941 47.93% 13.53%
  9. Expenditure Reduction Proposal 2012-2013 2013-2014 Estimated Estimated Savings SavingsA Reduce CVA by 3.0 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Teachers $210,000 $210,000B Increase staffing ratio at CHS to 38.5 $800,000 $800,000 2/8/2012C Increase staffing ratio in grades 4-8 to 36 in 2013-14 $0 $930,000D Eliminate 1.0 Librarian $116,000 $116,000E Eliminate 1.0 Teacher On Special Assignment (TOSA) $100,000 $100,000F Eliminate 1.4 Psychologists $131,600 $131,600G Eliminate CHS Special Ed Teachers TBD $200,000 $200,000H Eliminate Guidance Technicians $242,000 $242,000I Reduce K-5 Library Technicians to .5 FTE $200,000 $200,000J Reduce Student Services Specialist to .5 FTE $32,500 $32,500K Eliminate 1.0 FTE Admin Assistant, Special Education $67,000 $67,000L Eliminate 1.0 FTE Office Assistant, Personnel Services $55,000 $55,000M Eliminate 1.0 FTE Executive Assistant, Business Services $75,000 $75,000N Eliminate 1.0 FTE Custodian $40,000 $40,000O Reduce Tier III Certificated Non-instructional Hourly $40,000 $40,000P Reduce Personnel Commission Discretionary Budget $2,000 $2,000Q Reduce School Resource Officer Contract $91,000 $91,000R Reduce Write4Fun Contractual by 50% $16,250 $16,250S Eliminate Kontraband Contract $5,000 $5,000T Reduce Sage Creek Expenditures in 2013-14 $0 $160,000U Eliminate Instructional Assistants—Computer Lab and add 1.0 FTE Computer Tech Position $76,000 $76,000 9 TOTAL $2,499,350 $3,586,350
  10. What’s Next• Prepare Second Interim Report: Due March 15• Continue negotiations regarding pay cuts and “trigger” 2/8/2012 reductions• Approval of all of these proposed expenditure reductions would reduce projected deficits: • Approximately $5.3 million in 2012-13 • Approximately $8.6 million in 2013-14 10
  11. Recommendation• Recommend approval of all proposed expenditure reductions. 2/8/2012 11

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