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FY 2014 Fiscal Forecast       School Operating Fund           BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WORK SESSION:                    NOVEMB...
Student Achievement                              2AP Results 33,983 AP exams taken 69% of AP tests earned a score of 3 o...
Closing the Gap - Reading                                                3                                          Readin...
Closing the Gap - Math                                                4                                         Mathematic...
Graduation Rates                                     5 91.3 percent of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) students from...
FCPS: Looking Forward                                             6 FCPS will face considerable future-year challenges:  ...
FY 2014 Revenue Assumptions                                             7                                                 ...
FY 2014 Revenue Assumptions (cont.)                                             8                                         ...
FY 2014 Expenditure Assumptions                                                                         9                 ...
Current Year Membership                                10                             Approved       Official           FY...
FY 2014 Expenditure Assumptions                                             11                                            ...
FY 2014 Identified Compensation Needs                                             12                                      ...
FY 2014 Budget Reductions                                             13                                                  ...
FY 2014 Summary                                                 14                                                        ...
Significant Program Needs                                                   15                                            ...
Significant Program Needs                                                   16                                            ...
Significant Program Needs                                                17                                               ...
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FY 2014 Fiscal Forecast School Operating Fund

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FY 2014 Fiscal Forecast School Operating Fund

Board of Supervisors Work Session

November 27, 2012

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  1. 1. FY 2014 Fiscal Forecast School Operating Fund BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WORK SESSION: NOVEMBER 27, 2012Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  2. 2. Student Achievement 2AP Results 33,983 AP exams taken 69% of AP tests earned a score of 3 or betterIB Results 6,609 IB exams taken 74% earned a score of 4 or betterSOL Results SOL pass rates are 94% in English, 78% in Mathematics Approximately 32% of all English and Mathematics SOL tests received a score of Pass Advanced
  3. 3. Closing the Gap - Reading 3 Reading 100 90 Percent Passing 80 70 60 50 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Black/Hispanic 61 66 69 72 76 72 82 86 86 86 87Asian/White 88 90 91 91 93 93 95 96 96 97 97
  4. 4. Closing the Gap - Math 4 Mathematics 100 90 Percent Passing 80 70 60 50 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Black/Hispanic 63 67 72 74 64 68 73 78 82 85 60Asian/White 88 90 93 93 88 91 93 94 96 96 87
  5. 5. Graduation Rates 5 91.3 percent of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) students from the class of 2012 graduated on time  Exceeds the state average of 88 percent. 8,375 FCPS students, or 61.4 percent, obtained an advanced studies diploma in 2012  Compared to the state average of 48.8 percent. An on-time graduate for 2012 is a student who entered ninth grade for the first time during the 2008-09 school year and, in four years or less, earned one of the diplomas recognized by the Virginia Board of Education
  6. 6. FCPS: Looking Forward 6 FCPS will face considerable future-year challenges:  Student enrollment continues to increase and student demographics continue to shift, reflecting increased needs  Employee compensation is a divisionwide priority  Step increase needed to address beginning teacher salaries  Retirement and health insurance rates continue to increase  Revenue  The use of one-time money to meet ongoing needs has resulted in structural deficit  The state Local Composite Index (LCI) will adjust for FY 2015  State per-pupil funding for K-12 remains below pre-recession levels  Impact of federal sequestration is unknown Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  7. 7. FY 2014 Revenue Assumptions 7 ($ change in millions) County Transfer $0.0  $1,683.3 million–no change from FY 2013  Transfer flat to show deficit prior to any requested increase in county funding Sales Tax $3.2  2.0% projected increase from FY 2013 approved State Aid $0.0  Impact of state budget not yet known Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  8. 8. FY 2014 Revenue Assumptions (cont.) 8 ($ change in millions) Federal Aid $0.0  Impact of sequestration unknown Other Revenue $0.9  Includes fees, out-of-county tuition, Fairfax City, and community use fees Beginning Balance ($15.9)  $41.6 million from FY 2012 Final Budget Review  FY 2013 beginning balance was $57.5 VRS Reserve ($26.8)  Used $43.7 million in onetime funding in FY 2013 and only have $16.9 million available Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  9. 9. FY 2014 Expenditure Assumptions 9 ($ change in millions) Membership Adjustments $28.5 190,000 Student Enrollment 185,000 183,786 181,536 Total Student Membership 180,000 177,918 174,933 175,000 172,391 169,538 170,000 166,307 165,000 160,000 155,000 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Approved Fiscal Forecast Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  10. 10. Current Year Membership 10 Approved Official FY 2013 Variance Projection MembershipKindergarten 13,198 13,339 141Elementary (1 – 6) 75,800 75,853 53Middle (6 – 8) 24,745 24,490 -255High (9 – 12) 49,485 49,338 -147Subtotal General Education 163,228 163,020 -208Special Education Level 2 15,208 DecemberNontraditional Programs 1,792 JanuaryFECEP 1,308 MarchTotal 181,536
  11. 11. FY 2014 Expenditure Assumptions 11 ($ change in millions) Contractual Increases  Maintenance Service Contracts $0.5  Building Leases $0.3  Clinical Support for Students $0.4  AP/IB Test Fees $0.9  Copier Leases $0.4  Technology Contracts $0.6  Construction Fund Transfer $1.4 Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  12. 12. FY 2014 Identified Compensation Needs 12 ($ change in millions) VRS Shift Completion $16.6 Market Scale Adjustment $18.9  1% for all employees ERFC Shift of 1% $13.5  Less expensive option for pay increase  Improves rate equity between plans ERFC/FCERS Rate Increases $6.1 Health Insurance Rate Increases $13.3 Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  13. 13. FY 2014 Budget Reductions 13 ($ change in millions) Base Savings ($32.5) Reduction Placeholder ($10.0)  Additional reductions will be identified and included in the FY 2014 Proposed Budget Utilities ($1.9) Student Information System ($1.8) Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  14. 14. FY 2014 Summary 14 ($ change in millions) Revenue Assumptions ($38.6)  VRS Reserve fully expended Membership Adjustments $28.5 Contractual Increases $4.4 Identified Compensation Needs $68.4 Reductions ($46.2) Projected Deficit ($93.7)*Totals do not add due to rounding. Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  15. 15. Significant Program Needs 15 ($ change in millions) Restore Class Size Reduction $25.0  Estimate for a decrease of 1 student per teacher Extended Teacher Contracts $16.4 5 additional days for ~7,400 teachers Textbooks – Online/Print* $11.7  Science – FY 2014  Language Arts – FY 2015  World Languages – FY 2016 Restore Clinical Staffing $1.9* Reflects the first year cost of a phased implementation Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  16. 16. Significant Program Needs 16 ($ change in millions) World Languages* $1.0 Instructional Coaches* $0.9 Technology4All* $0.8 Homebound Instruction $0.5* Reflects the first year cost of a phased implementation Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
  17. 17. Significant Program Needs 17 ($ change in millions) Major Maintenance $3.6 Preventive Maintenance* $2.8 Bus Replacement* $2.1 Electrical Hazard Prevention $1.3 Storm Water Mandate $0.4 Significant Program Needs $68.4* Reflects the first year cost of a phased implementation Preliminary Information for Planning Purposes Only - No School Board Action Has Been Taken
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