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Presented to VUSD Board on 2-21-13.

Presented to VUSD Board on 2-21-13.

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    Transportation Level of Service Transportation Level of Service Presentation Transcript

    • Transportation Level of Service Devin Vodicka, EdD Superintendent Donna Caperton Assistant Superintendent, Business Services February 21, 2013
    • Background• Overview of Transportation Services provided as informational item to Board on January 17, 2013• Transportation Services can be segmented into categories: – Special Education (mandated) – Program Improvement/NCLB/McKinney Vento (mandated) – Home To School (optional) 2
    • Current Reality• Home To School (HTS) Services have been reduced over time due to budget cuts• 8.9% of students use HTS and Mandated NCLB transportation services• 3.6% of students use Special Education transportation services• Fleet is aging and in need of improvements 3
    • Composition of Bus Fleet 18% "New"43% "Seasoned" "Retirement" 39%New: Purchased since 2006Seasoned: Purchased 1993-2005Retirement: Purchased prior to 1992 and/or those not compliant with air pollution laws 4
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    • Doing It Right: Necessary Investments Item Cost New Busses $4,000,000 Replace CNG Fuel Tanks (2016) $180,000 CNG Fuel Station Replacement $500,000 Radio System Upgrades $54,000 TOTAL $4,740,000• None of these expenses are currently included in budget assumptions• Adding these expenses to budget will require cuts in other areas 6
    • Annual Revenue and Expenses Transportation Program Revenue Expenses Impact on (Rounded) (Rounded) Unrestricted General Fund Special Education $700,000 $3,600,000 -$2,900,000 Home To School $700,000 $1,700,000 -$1,000,000 (flexible)• Given projected deficit spending, these are not sustainable expenses• CA Base Revenue Deficit Factor is 22.272%• Governor’s Proposal restores an estimated 1.65%• Impact of almost $4 million to unrestricted general fund = Approximately 2% of total budget 7
    • RoutesMandated Optional47 Special Education Routes 15 Home To School Routes:13 McKinney Vento/NCLB Routes • Alamosa Park • Breeze Hill1 NCLB Route for Breeze Hill Elementary • Mission Meadows2 NCLB Routes for Madison Middle and • Monte VistaRoosevelt Middle • Empresa1 Mission Vista Shuttle (Settlement • HannaleiAgreement with City of Oceanside) • Rancho Minerva Middle (shuttle) • Madison Middle (shuttle) • Mission Vista (shuttle with stops at RBV, Washington, Vista High, Mission Meadows) 8
    • Next Steps• Define target savings• Refine proposed level of services to reach savings target – “Neighborhood School” Special Education Analysis – Home To School Sites • Community Meetings in English and Spanish • Walk Affected Routes • Propose Solutions to Anticipated Issues• Recommend Action Item for Board on March 14 9