Half Hollow Hills Central School   District 2007- 2008 Budget Workshop March 12, 2007
General Support THE GENERAL SUPPORT BUDGET PROVIDES FUNDS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS WHICH SUPPORT THE E...
General Support THE GENERAL SUPPORT BUDGET INCLUDES SUCH AREAS AS CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION, BOARD OF EDUCATION, ACCOUNTING A...
Board of Education Includes Board of Education supplies, travel and conference expense, District Clerk salary and supplies...
Administration <ul><li>Office of the Chief School Administrator – 3.0 FTE, equipment repair, membership fees, travel & con...
Business Administration <ul><li>Offices of Finance, Purchasing and Accounting – 17.5 FTE, equipment, legal advertising, co...
Auditing and District Treasurer <ul><li>Includes expense for external auditor, internal audit function and the addition of...
Legal Services Provides funds for litigation and retainer fees, professional transcription services, hearing officers and ...
District-wide Administration Office of District-wide Administration – 6.0 FTE, equipment repair, staff development, medica...
Records Management Provides funds for a part-time records clerk and  records conversion to microfilm and disk formats  12,...
Public Information   <ul><li>Printing/Mailing of District Newsletter, Calendar and Aquatics Brochures. </li></ul><ul><li>P...
Operation and Maintenance of Plant <ul><li>These major function codes provide funds for keeping the physical plant open an...
Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Personnel Services <ul><li>Custodial Staff  74.5 FTE </li></ul><ul><li>Maintenance St...
Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Equipment <ul><li>This appropriation provides new and replacement equipment for use i...
Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Contractual Maintenance & Grounds, and Plant Projects <ul><li>This appropriation incl...
Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Other Contractual Services <ul><li>This appropriation is for training and certificati...
Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Fuel and Utilities <ul><li>This appropriation is for the fuel oil, electric, water an...
Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Supplies & Materials <ul><li>This appropriation includes all general cleaning supplie...
Central Printing and Mailing Central Printing and Mailing – .5 FTE, postage equipment rental fees, district-wide costs of ...
Management Information Systems MIS – 7.5 FTE, equipment including servers, network upgrades, storage area networks, comput...
Unallocated Insurance Appropriations in this code are for the district’s general liability, property liability, vehicle li...
School Association Dues, Judgment & Claims, and Property Loss These appropriations represent dues to the NYS School Boards...
BOCES Administration Charge Administrative expenses of Western Suffolk BOCES are paid by each participating school system....
TAN Issue Expense This appropriation is for the issuance of notes for the temporary borrowing of funds known as Tax Antici...
Pupil Transportation   <ul><li>Pupil transportation is provided by District-owned buses and  by private bus operators unde...
Pupil Transportation Summary 8,902,733  9,728,132  10,881,351  11,289,067  A5500 TOTALS                   4,104,122  5,007...
Community Services <ul><li>Provides salary payments for lifeguards required for community pool programs and supplies used ...
Undistributed <ul><li>This budget area includes: </li></ul><ul><li>Employee Benefits: Tiered system of employee contributi...
Employee Benefits - Summary 32,582,936  34,778,142  38,679,864  40,186,901  A9010 TOTALS                   18,477  32,443 ...
Tax Anticipation Note Interest <ul><li>This appropriation is for the interest due on the annual temporary borrowing requir...
Debt Service <ul><li>This account is used to transfer to the debt service fund and record the cost of principal and intere...
Transfer to Other Funds <ul><li>Transfer to Special Aid Fund allocation is for the 20% district share of summer tuition, m...
Dates to Remember Public Budget Hearing Manasquan 8:00 PM May 7, 2007 Monday Budget Adoption Manasquan 8:00 PM April 23, 2...
Voting <ul><li>Tuesday: May 15, 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>7AM to 10PM </li></ul><ul><li>High School East: East Gym </li></ul>
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  1. 1. Half Hollow Hills Central School District 2007- 2008 Budget Workshop March 12, 2007
  2. 2. General Support THE GENERAL SUPPORT BUDGET PROVIDES FUNDS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS WHICH SUPPORT THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS OF THE DISTRICT. THE GENERAL SUPPORT FUNCTION IS 9.74% OF THE PROPOSED BUDGET
  3. 3. General Support THE GENERAL SUPPORT BUDGET INCLUDES SUCH AREAS AS CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION, BOARD OF EDUCATION, ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE, DATA PROCESSING, PERSONNEL, INSURANCE AND LEGAL SERVICES, CUSTODIAL, SECURITY, MAINTENANCE AND GROUNDS SERVICES.
  4. 4. Board of Education Includes Board of Education supplies, travel and conference expense, District Clerk salary and supplies and all expenses incidental to the conduct of the annual election and budget vote, including rental of voting machines, advertising, printing, and BOCES charges for the upkeep of the computerized voter registration system. 20,206 20,735 25,102 25,102 A1060 TOTALS             DISTRICT MEETING A1060                 41,655 47,928 49,197 61,681 A1040 TOTALS             DISTRICT CLERK A1040                 8,382 5,471 9,824 9,824 A1010 TOTALS             BOARD OF EDUCATION A1010                 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  5. 5. Administration <ul><li>Office of the Chief School Administrator – 3.0 FTE, equipment repair, membership fees, travel & conference, and supplies </li></ul>428,593 461,866 463,640 485,940 A1240 TOTALS             CHIEF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR A1240                 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  6. 6. Business Administration <ul><li>Offices of Finance, Purchasing and Accounting – 17.5 FTE, equipment, legal advertising, contract services, travel & conference, annual inventory and actuarial updates, BOCES services pertaining to the business office, and supplies </li></ul>1,048,643 1,157,704 1,193,743 1,271,523 A1310 TOTALS             BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION A1310                 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  7. 7. Auditing and District Treasurer <ul><li>Includes expense for external auditor, internal audit function and the addition of an internal claims auditor </li></ul><ul><li>Part-time District Treasurer </li></ul>6,000 6,450 5,470 4,270 A1325 TOTALS A1325           DISTRICT TREASURER                   37,000 55,480 75,500 113,000 A1320 TOTALS A1320           AUDITING                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  8. 8. Legal Services Provides funds for litigation and retainer fees, professional transcription services, hearing officers and other charges related to litigation or hearings. 286,390 66,022 162,000 115,000 A1420 TOTALS A1420           LEGAL SERVICE                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  9. 9. District-wide Administration Office of District-wide Administration – 6.0 FTE, equipment repair, staff development, medical examinations of staff, legal services, contractual services, employee fingerprinting, advertising, travel & conference, BOCES services pertaining to personnel, and supplies 463,480 520,770 605,575 630,015 A1430 TOTALS A1430           PERSONNEL/DISTRICT-WIDE ADMINISTRATION                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  10. 10. Records Management Provides funds for a part-time records clerk and records conversion to microfilm and disk formats 12,873 19,493 16,800 16,800 A1460 TOTALS A1460           RECORDS MANAGEMENT                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED    
  11. 11. Public Information <ul><li>Printing/Mailing of District Newsletter, Calendar and Aquatics Brochures. </li></ul><ul><li>Public Information Services through BOCES. Costs are partially offset by BOCES aid. </li></ul>155,383 145,592 164,959 164,959 A1480 TOTALS A1480           PUBLIC INFORMATION                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  12. 12. Operation and Maintenance of Plant <ul><li>These major function codes provide funds for keeping the physical plant open and ready for use. </li></ul><ul><li>Buildings and Grounds Maintenance </li></ul><ul><li>Custodial Services and Supplies </li></ul><ul><li>Utilities – Electric, Gas, Water, Oil </li></ul><ul><li>Contract Repairs and Services including Security Services, Trash Removal and Telephone Service </li></ul><ul><li>Building Plant Projects and Equipment </li></ul>
  13. 13. Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Personnel Services <ul><li>Custodial Staff 74.5 FTE </li></ul><ul><li>Maintenance Staff 14.0 FTE </li></ul><ul><li>Grounds Staff 7.0 FTE </li></ul><ul><li>Security 2.0 FTE (new positions*) </li></ul><ul><li>Supervision 2.0 FTE </li></ul><ul><li>Clerical Support 2.0 FTE </li></ul><ul><li>District-wide substitute custodial staff </li></ul><ul><li>*All staff remains at the 2006/07 levels with the exception of the new security guard positions which will be offset by a reduction of 2.0 contractual guards. </li></ul>5,870,838 6,272,019 6,693,636 6,987,854 A1620/1621- 160 TOTALS A1620/1621         PERSONNEL SERVICES                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  14. 14. Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Equipment <ul><li>This appropriation provides new and replacement equipment for use in cleaning and minor repair by the maintenance, grounds, and custodial personnel. In addition, equipment requested by building principals are included. </li></ul>103,101 108,081 107,350 136,300 A1620/1621- 200 TOTALS A1620/1621         EQUIPMENT                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  15. 15. Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Contractual Maintenance & Grounds, and Plant Projects <ul><li>This appropriation includes all contracted repair services for maintenance of sound systems, plumbing systems, electrical systems, roofing systems, paved areas, etc., as well as rental of special equipment used to care for the buildings and grounds. </li></ul>302,588 333,507 360,336 356,850 A1621- 466/469 TOTALS A1621         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  16. 16. Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Other Contractual Services <ul><li>This appropriation is for training and certification of custodial/grounds staff, architectural and engineering surveys, reports, tests, contract refuse removal, contract security, uniforms, equipment repair for all burners, boilers, ventilation systems, fuel tanks, heating controls and other mechanical components, all telephone charges and modem lines. </li></ul>846,746 810,285 986,428 952,100 A1620/1621- 400/490 TOTALS A1620/1621         OTHER CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  17. 17. Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Fuel and Utilities <ul><li>This appropriation is for the fuel oil, electric, water and gas used to operate the buildings of the district except for the transportation center which is appropriated separately. </li></ul><ul><li>Strategies to conserve energy implemented to reduce burgeoning fuel costs. </li></ul>2,374,284 3,127,809 3,481,034 3,481,034 A1621- 454/457 TOTALS A1621         FUEL & UTILITIES                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  18. 18. Operation and Maintenance of Plant – Supplies & Materials <ul><li>This appropriation includes all general cleaning supplies, security supplies, telephone system supplies, general office supplies, maintenance supplies, in-house plant project supplies, painting supplies, and grounds supplies. </li></ul>495,616 556,801 592,389 627,471 A16201621- 500/578 TOTALS A1620/1621         SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  19. 19. Central Printing and Mailing Central Printing and Mailing – .5 FTE, postage equipment rental fees, district-wide costs of postage, shipping charges, and bulk rate mailings, and supplies. 176,669 205,338 227,323 217,846 A1670 TOTALS A1670           CENTRAL PRINTING AND MAILING                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  20. 20. Management Information Systems MIS – 7.5 FTE, equipment including servers, network upgrades, storage area networks, computer replacements district-wide, printers, upgrade of wide area network, software system and application maintenance costs, licensing fees, service contract costs, BOCES, and supplies. 613,111 760,397 869,189 1,058,562 A1680 TOTALS A1680           MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  21. 21. Unallocated Insurance Appropriations in this code are for the district’s general liability, property liability, vehicle liability (excluding buses as they are appropriated separately), Board of Education liability, boiler and machinery liability, excess liability, crime insurance, and student accident insurance 625,796 756,954 817,622 871,685 A1910 TOTALS A1910           UNALLOCATED INSURANCE                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  22. 22. School Association Dues, Judgment & Claims, and Property Loss These appropriations represent dues to the NYS School Boards Association, Nassau Suffolk School Boards Association, and SCOPE. These appropriations also provide for judgments, claims, and property losses which are offset by revenues. 76,947 76,908 19,162 84,295 A1920/30 TOTALS A1920/30           SCHOOL ASSN. DUES, JUDGMENTS, CLAIMS, AND PROPERTY LOSS                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  23. 23. BOCES Administration Charge Administrative expenses of Western Suffolk BOCES are paid by each participating school system. Each district’s share of the cost is pro-rated on the basis of a three year resident weighted average daily attendance. 459,067 494,650 608,815 639,256 A1981 TOTALS A1981           BOCES ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGE                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  24. 24. TAN Issue Expense This appropriation is for the issuance of notes for the temporary borrowing of funds known as Tax Anticipation Notes. 33,989 35,155 34,769 35,000 A1989 TOTALS A1989           TAN ISSUE EXPENSE                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  25. 25. Pupil Transportation <ul><li>Pupil transportation is provided by District-owned buses and by private bus operators under contract to the District. Pupil Transportation is 6% of the total proposed budget. </li></ul><ul><li>Transportation to and from district schools, private, parochial and special schools, after school activities, interscholastic athletics, educational field trips and special transportation service for physically handicapped students is included in this appropriation. </li></ul><ul><li>The proposed budget includes the purchase of three new buses. </li></ul><ul><li>Salaries for bus drivers -73.0 FTE, Mechanics - 6.0 FTE, Supervisor, Dispatcher and Clerical Staff of 4.0 FTE </li></ul>
  26. 26. Pupil Transportation Summary 8,902,733 9,728,132 10,881,351 11,289,067 A5500 TOTALS                   4,104,122 5,007,322 5,658,340 6,260,557 CONTRACT TRANSPORTATION A5540                 102,065 120,817 83,600 128,965 GARAGE BUILDING A5530                 4,696,546 4,599,993 5,139,411 4,899,545 TRANSPORTATION SERVICE             DISTRICT OWNED A5510   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  27. 27. Community Services <ul><li>Provides salary payments for lifeguards required for community pool programs and supplies used for community recreation activities. The cost is partially offset by receipts from pool fees. </li></ul><ul><li>Supplies for District Census </li></ul><ul><li>The Community Services appropriation is .04% of the proposed budget </li></ul>CENSUS 67,295 69,452 68,900 68,900 A7140 TOTALS A7140 1,845 0 0 0 A8070TOTALS A8070           COMMUNITY RECREATION/NATATORIUM     2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  28. 28. Undistributed <ul><li>This budget area includes: </li></ul><ul><li>Employee Benefits: Tiered system of employee contribution among highest on Long Island saving the District close to $500,000 annually. </li></ul><ul><li>Debt Service </li></ul><ul><li>Tax Anticipation Note Interest </li></ul><ul><li>Transfer to Other Funds </li></ul><ul><li>The Undistributed allocations are 27.36% of the proposed budget </li></ul>
  29. 29. Employee Benefits - Summary 32,582,936 34,778,142 38,679,864 40,186,901 A9010 TOTALS                   18,477 32,443 20,000 35,000 OPTICAL COVERAGE A9089   3,013,866 1,519,951 1,478,041 1,000,000 COMPENSATED ABSENCES A9070   15,278,004 16,853,197 19,350,050 20,346,831 HEALTH INSURANCE A9060   695,702 690,337 720,000 732,000 DENTAL INSURANCE A9056   177,883 177,798 198,965 201,775 DISABILITY INSURANCE A9055   27,554 90,233 92,966 93,225 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE A9050   362,737 387,778 373,847 425,200 LIFE INSURANCE A9045   485,862 583,381 450,000 600,000 WORKERS COMPENSATION A9040   6,513,290 6,777,507 7,365,122 7,829,640 SOCIAL SECURITY A9030   3,943,893 5,755,211 6,501,272 6,722,100 TEACHERS RETIREMENT A9020   2,065,669 1,910,307 2,129,601 2,201,130 EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT A9010           EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED                    
  30. 30. Tax Anticipation Note Interest <ul><li>This appropriation is for the interest due on the annual temporary borrowing required for cash flow purposes in anticipation of tax receipts. </li></ul>512,747 1,147,132 1,735,417 1,760,000 A9760 TOTALS A9760           TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES - INTEREST                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  31. 31. Debt Service <ul><li>This account is used to transfer to the debt service fund and record the cost of principal and interest payments on district indebtedness for district capital projects approved by the voters in May 1998, March 2000 and estimated principal and interest payments for the building aid portion of Proposition #1 approved by the voters February 2007 . </li></ul>5,856,586 7,549,274 8,491,524 8,491,133 A9700/A9901 TOTALS A9700/A9901           DEBT SERVICE/TRANSFER TO DEBT SERVICE                   2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  32. 32. Transfer to Other Funds <ul><li>Transfer to Special Aid Fund allocation is for the 20% district share of summer tuition, maintenance and transportation for disabled students placed in private day, residential or BOCES programs </li></ul><ul><li>Transfer to Capital Fund allocation provides funds for capital improvement projects. </li></ul>1,258,416 1,040,288 1,035,652 1,065,522 A9900 TOTALS                   1,082,000 882,000 882,000 882,000 A9950 TOTALS             TRANSFER TO CAPITAL FUND A9950                 176,416 158,288 153,652 183,522 A9901 TOTALS           TRANSFER TO SPECIAL AID FUND A9901                 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 DESCRIPTION CODE   ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED PROPOSED      
  33. 33. Dates to Remember Public Budget Hearing Manasquan 8:00 PM May 7, 2007 Monday Budget Adoption Manasquan 8:00 PM April 23, 2007 Monday Budget Presentation/Discussion Instruction Budget Vanderbilt 8:00 PM March 26, 2007 Monday DESCRIPTION PLACE TIME DATE DAY
  34. 34. Voting <ul><li>Tuesday: May 15, 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>7AM to 10PM </li></ul><ul><li>High School East: East Gym </li></ul>

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