HHH 2007-08 Proposed Budget
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  • 1. Half Hollow Hills Central School District 2007- 2008 Proposed Budget
  • 2. DECADE OF ENROLLMENT GROWTH
  • 3.  
  • 4. Administrative Budget General Support: 2.15% of Total Budget
    • Board of Education
    • District Administration
    • Finance
    • Legal Service
    • Personnel
    • Public Information
    • Central Printing
    • Data Processing
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $3,779,222 $4,040,152 $260,930
  • 5. Administrative Budget Special Items: 0.83% of Total Budget
    • Unallocated Insurance
    • School Association Dues
    • BOCES Administrative Charges
    • TAN Issue Expense
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $1,480,368 $1,563,484 $ 83,116
  • 6. Administrative Budget Supervision & Curriculum Improvement: 4.52% of Total Budget
    • Curriculum Development
    • Planning
    • Building Administration
    • Subject Supervisors
    • Pupil Personnel
    • In-Service Training
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $8,432,310 $8,490,654 $ 58,344
  • 7. Program Budget Instruction: 52.68% 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
  • 8. Program Budget Instruction - continued
    • Psychological Services
    • Social Work Services
    • Co-Curricular
    • Interscholastic Athletics
    • Community Services
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $92,955,357 $98,994,364 $6,039,007
  • 9. Program Budget Pupil Transportation: 5.83% of Total Budget
    • In-District Transportation
    • Contract Transportation
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $10,637,151 $10,955,567 $318,416
  • 10. Capital Budget Operations & Maintenance: 7.32% of Total Budget
    • Custodial/Maintenance Personnel
    • Contracts-Heating, Plumbing & Electrical
    • Utilities-Telephone, Light & Power, Water
    • Custodial Supplies & Equipment
    • Bus Purchases
    • Capital Projects
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $13,347,372 $13,746,059 $ 398,687
  • 11. Capital Budget Debt Service: 5.46% of Total Budget
    • Principal on School Bonds
    • Interest on School Bonds
    • Interest on Short - Term Notes
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $10,226,941 $10,251,133 $ 24,192
  • 12. Employee Benefits/FICA 21.22% of Total Budget
    • Retirement Contribution
    • Social Security
    • Worker’s Compensation
    • Unemployment Insurance
    • Disability Insurance
    • Health, Dental, Optical & Life Insurance
    • Compensated Absences
    2006-07 2007-08 Change $38,679,864 $39,872,556 $1,192,692 Admin: 1.99% • Program: 17.60% • Capital: 1.62%
  • 13. 2007-08 Budget Summary 2006-07 Total Budget $179,538,585 $187,913,969 Dollar Increase $8,375,384 Percent Increase 4.66% 2007-08 Capital $27,047,443 14.39% Program $143,028,203 76.12% Administrative $17,838,323 9.49%
  • 14. Program Highlights
    • Maintaining Nine Period Day
    • Continuation of Expanded Research Program
    • A Full Range of Advanced Placement Course Offerings
    • Addition of Middle School Ballroom Dancing Program
    • Middle School Joint Musical
    • Student Directed Musicals at HS
    • Maintain Class Sizes
    • An Extensive Array of Electives
    • Replacement of Classroom Computers
    • Maintain over 130 Athletic Teams
    • A Full Array of Foreign Language
    • and Independent Study Courses
    • Digital Music Labs at HSE & HSW
    • Funding for Secondary Substitute Program
  • 15. Program Highlights
    • Reduce Class Size to 24 in Second Grade
    • Full Day Kindergarten
    • Balanced Literacy Program K-5
    • Social Studies Alive Program K-5
    • Handwriting Without Tears
    • Continuation of Elementary Ballroom Dancing Program
    • Elementary After School Foreign Language Program
    • “ Hills on Stage”
    • Enhancement to Elementary
    • Enrichment Program
    • Continuation of AHAP
  • 16.
    • Expansion of Blended Program
    • at HSE & HSW in Math and Science
    • Expansion of the IPC Program
    • for Children with Autism
    • Additional Speech
    • Improvement Services
    • Continuation of Vocational and
    • Pre-Vocational Services
    Program Highlights
  • 17. Program Highlights
    • Universal Busing
    • Purchase of Three New Buses
    • Upgrade District-wide Security Program
    • Addition of School Reporting Hotline
    • Additional District-wide Capital and Plant Projects
  • 18. Continued Investments in Technology
    • Replacement of over 5 year old desktop and laptop computers at the Elementary Level
    • Reconfiguration of Classroom Computer Labs
    • Upgrades of Operating Systems for 3,000 Instructional Computers
    • Upgrades of MIS Desktops and Monitors
    • Upgrade Network Transmission
    • to Gigabit Technology
  • 19. Estimated Tax Levy
    • Proposed 2007-08 Budget $187,913,969
    • Less: Estimated Revenue (30,383,227)
    • Gross Tax Levy: 2007-2008 $157,530,742
    • Less Gross Tax Levy: 2006-2007 $151,985,649
    • Total Gross Tax Levy $ Increase $ 5,545,093
    • 2007-2008 Gross Tax Levy % Increase 3.65%
  • 20. 2006-2007 Tax Rate Comparison with School Districts in Towns of Huntington and Babylon
  • 21. Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% STATE COUNTY HHH 4th Grade ELA 2006 (% Earning 3 & 4) 69 78 90
  • 22. Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% STATE COUNTY HHH 4th Grade Math 2006 (% Earning 3 & 4) 78 91 95
  • 23. Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% STATE COUNTY HHH 8th Grade ELA 2006 (% Earning 3 & 4) 49 61 80
  • 24. Your Investments Paying Off 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% STATE COUNTY HHH 8th Grade Math 2006 (% Earning 3 & 4) 54 64 82
  • 25. Your Investments Paying Off 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% 95% 100% Percentage of Students Passing Regents 2006 Spanish/French/Italian 100 Living Environment 97 Math A 96 English 95 Global History 92 U.S. History 96 Earth Science 95 Chemistry 99 Physics 91
  • 26. Good Schools Reflect on the Community Improvements in schools help the entire community: “ The Half Hollow Hills School District is one of the most desirable districts on Long Island. Many buyers are very specific, and most of them request that we only show them homes in SD #5. Your outstanding programs and dedicated faculty, staff, and administrators are magnets for parents who want their children to receive an excellent education.” Cynthia Leimsider, Branch Manager Coldwell Banker Real Estate
  • 27. Dates to Remember PTA Budget Presentation Signal Hill 9:30 AM May 8, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Forest Park 8:15 PM May 2, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Chestnut Hill 7:30 PM May 2, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Vanderbilt 11:00 AM May 2, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Otsego 10:15 AM May 2, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Paumonok 9:30 AM May 2, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Sunquam 9:30 AM May 2, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation HSE 2:00 PM April 25, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation Candlewood 9:30 AM April 25, 2007 Wednesday PTA Budget Presentation HSW 8:15 PM April 24, 2007 Tuesday PTA Budget Presentation West Hollow 7:30 PM April 24, 2007 Tuesday Public Hearing Manasquan 8:00 PM May 7, 2007 Monday PTA Council Budget Presentation Manasquan 10:00 AM April 24, 2007 Tuesday Budget Adoption Manasquan 8:00 PM April 23, 2007 Monday Budget Work Session Vanderbilt 8:00 PM March 26, 2007 Monday Budget Work Session Sunquam 8:00 PM March 12, 2007 Monday DESCRIPTION PLACE TIME DATE DAY
  • 28. Voting
    • Tuesday:
    • May 15, 2007
    • 7AM to 10PM
    • High School East: East Gym