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    • Half Hollow Hills Central School District 2008- 2009 Proposed Budget
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    • Administrative Budget General Support: 2.19% of Total Budget
      • Board of Education
      • District Administration
      • Finance
      • Legal Service
      • Personnel
      • Public Information
      • Central Printing
      • Management of Information Systems
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $4,040,152 $4,303,754 $263,602
    • Administrative Budget Special Items : 0.86% of Total Budget
      • Unallocated Insurance
      • School Association Dues
      • BOCES Administrative Charges
      • TAN Issue Expense
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $1,563,484 $1,683,823 $ 120,339
    • Administrative Budget Supervision & Curriculum Improvement : 4.53% of Total Budget
      • Curriculum Development
      • Planning
      • Building Administration
      • Subject Supervisors
      • Pupil Personnel
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $8,490,654 $8,891,646 $ 400,992
    • Program Budget Instruction : 53.69% of Total Budget
      • Teaching Staff
      • Teaching Equipment, Supplies & Materials
      • Textbooks
      • BOCES Services
      • Special Education
      • Legal services
      • Occupational Education
      • School Library & AV
      • Computer Instruction
      • Guidance Department
      • Health Services
      • In-Service Training
    • Program Budget Instruction - continued
      • Psychological Services
      • Social Work Services
      • Co-Curricular
      • Interscholastic Athletics
      • Community Services
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $98,994,364 $105,329,798 $6,335,434
    • Program Budget Pupil Transportation : 5.95% of Total Budget
      • In-District Transportation
      • Contract Transportation
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $10,955,567 $11,667,105 $711,538
    • Capital Budget Operations & Maintenance: 7.40% of Total Budget
      • Custodial/Maintenance Personnel
      • Contracts-Heating, Plumbing & Electrical
      • Utilities-Telephone, Light & Power, Water
      • Custodial Supplies & Equipment
      • Bus Purchases
      • Capital Projects
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $13,746,059 $14,516,755 $ 770,696
    • Capital Budget Debt Service : 5.06% of Total Budget
      • Principal on School Bonds
      • Interest on School Bonds
      • Interest on Short - Term Notes
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $10,251,133 $9,924,047 $ (327,086)
    • Employee Benefits/FICA 20.32% of Total Budget
      • Retirement Contribution
      • Social Security
      • Worker’s Compensation
      • Unemployment Insurance
      • Disability Insurance
      • Health, Dental, Optical & Life Insurance
      • Compensated Absences
      2007-08 2008-09 Change $39,872,556 $39,871,372 $(1,184) Admin: 2.08% • Program: 16.90% • Capital: 1.34%
    • 2008-09 Budget Summary 2007-08 Total Budget $187,913,969 $196,188,300 Dollar Increase $8,274,331 Percent Increase 4.40% 2008-09 Capital $27,077,808 13.80% Program $150,159,111 76.54% Administrative $18,951,381 9.66%
    • Program Highlights
      • Maintaining a comprehensive elective program in a nine period day format
      • Continuation of expanded research program
      • A full range of Advanced Placement course offerings
      • Continuation of Middle School ballroom dancing program
      • Middle School joint musical and the student directed musicals at the High Schools
      • Maintain class sizes
      • Replacement of classroom computers,
      • laptops and comprehensive software updates
      • Maintain over 130 athletic teams
      • A full array of foreign language and
      • independent study courses, now including
      • Mandarin Chinese in grade 6
      • Continued funding for secondary substitute
      • program
      • Continuation and expansion of our teacher
      • laptop program
    • Program Highlights
      • Addition of two full time reading staff at the Elementary level
      • Full Day Kindergarten
      • Balanced Literacy Program K-5
      • Social Studies Alive Program K-5
      • Handwriting Without Tears
      • Continuation of Elementary
      • ballroom dancing
      • Elementary after school foreign
      • language program
      • “ Hills on Stage”
      • Continuation of AHAP/Enrichment programs
      • Continuation of Blended Program with support classes
      • Expansion of the IPC Program for children with autism
      • Additional Occupational
      • Therapist for mandated services
      • and fine motor improvement
      • services
      • Increased School Psychologist
      • staff
      Program Highlights
    • Program Highlights
      • Universal busing
      • Purchase of five new buses
      • Continued upgrades of District-wide security program
      • Phase I of digital camera installation on District owned school buses
      • Additional District-wide Capital and Plant Projects
    • Continued Investments in Technology
      • Replacement of over 5 year old desktop and laptop computers K-12
      • Reconfiguration of Classroom Computer Labs including the addition of four new secondary labs
      • Upgrades of Operating Systems for 3,000 Instructional Computers
      • Upgrades of MIS Desktops and
      • Monitors
      • Expansion of the (SAN) Storage Area
      • Network
      • Acquisition and installation of
      • multi media projectors K-12
    • Estimated Tax Levy
      • Proposed 2008-09 Budget $196,188,300
      • Less: Estimated Revenue (33,551,472)
      • Gross Tax Levy: 2008-2009 $162,636,828
      • Less Gross Tax Levy: 2007-2008 $157,530,742
      • Total Gross Tax Levy $ Increase $ 5,106,086
      • 2008-2009 Gross Tax Levy % Increase 3.24%
    • 2007-2008 Tax Rate Comparison with School Districts in Towns of Huntington and Babylon
    • Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% STATE COUNTY HHH 4th Grade ELA 2007 (% Earning 3 & 4) 68 77 90
    • Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% STATE COUNTY HHH 4th Grade Math 2007 (% Earning 3 & 4) 80 87 95
    • Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% STATE COUNTY HHH 8th Grade ELA 2007 (% Earning 3 & 4) 57 70 83
    • Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% STATE COUNTY HHH 8th Grade Math 2007 (% Earning 3 & 4) 59 73 88
    • Your Investments Paying Off 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% 95% 100% Percentage of Students Passing Regents 2007 Spanish/French/Italian 100 Living Environment 97 Math A 93 English 94 Global History 87 U.S. History 95 Earth Science 86 Chemistry 86 Physics 98
    • Dates to Remember PTA Budget Presentation Candlewood 7:30 PM May 14, 2008 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Paumanok 9:30 AM May 14, 2008 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation West Hollow 9:30 AM May 13, 2008 Tuesday Public Hearing Manasquan 8:00 PM May 12, 2008 Monday PTA Budget Presentation Forest Park 7:30 PM May 7, 2008 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Vanderbilt and Chestnut Hill 10:15 AM May 7, 2008 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Otsego and Sunquam 9:30 AM May 7, 2008 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Signal Hill 9:30 AM May 6, 2008 Tuesday PTA Budget Presentation H.S. East 9:15 AM May 5, 2008 Monday PTA Budget Presentation H.S. West 7:30 PM April 16, 2008 Wednesday Budget Adoption Manasquan 8:00 PM April 14, 2008 Monday Budget Work Session Vanderbilt 8:00 PM March 31, 2008 Monday Budget Work Session Sunquam 8:00 PM March 17, 2008 Monday DESCRIPTION PLACE TIME DATE DAY
    • Voting
      • Tuesday:
      • May 20, 2008
      • 7AM to 10PM
      • High School East: East Gym