Fairfax County Public Schools Budget Overview

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Fairfax County Public Schools Budget Overview

  1. 1. FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY 2011 Approved Budget Approved Template will be replaced on Monday
  2. 2. Academic Excellence • Ninety‐two percent of FCPS graduates continue on to  d d ipostsecondary education • FCPS’ SAT average of 1664 exceeds both the state  f 1521 d th ti l f 1509average of 1521 and the national average of 1509 • FCPS had 219 students from 22 high schools named  National Merit Scholarship semifinalists in 2010National Merit Scholarship semifinalists in 2010 • Since the 2004‐2005 school year, the number of  Career and Technical Education IndustryCareer and Technical Education Industry  Certifications awarded to FCPS students has almost  tripled 2
  3. 3. Revenue by Sourcey Where it comes from… FY 2011 Approved Operating Revenue ($ i illi ) STATE AID $293.2 13.2% SALES TAX ($ in millions) SALES TAX $140.1 6.3% FEDERAL AID $67.9 3.1% COUNTY TRANSFER 3.1% BEGINNING BALANCE $53.5 2.4% CITY OF FAIRFAX $COUNTY TRANSFER $1,610.3 72.7% $35.4 1.6% OTHER $15.8 0.7% 3
  4. 4. Expenditures by Categoryp y g y Where it goes…* FY 2011 Approved Operating Expenditures TRANSPORTATION $120.2 5 5% FY 2011 Approved Operating Expenditures ($ in millions) INSTRUCTION 5.5% FACILITIES MANAGEMENT $94.1 4.3% INSTRUCTION $1,847.0 85.2% GENERAL SUPPORT $106.9 4.9% *Does not add due to rounding. 492.8 percent of full-time personnel are based in schools
  5. 5. Divisionwide Priorities Reasonable Interpretations of School Board Budget/Program Review CriteriaReview Criteria A. Ensure safe and secure environment 10 B. Maintain support for effective classroom teaching and learning 10 C. Provide resources for students not meeting academic expectations 10 D. Foster relationships with community--parent liaisons 10D. Foster relationships with community parent liaisons 10 E. Ensure quality academic programs (Goal 1) 1. Core disciplines (Goal 1.1) 10 2. Fine arts (Goal 1.3) 9 3. Practical arts (Goal 1.3) 83 act ca a ts (Goa 3) 8 4. Two languages (Goal 1.2) 6 5. Technology (Goal 1.5) 4 6. Countries and cultures of the world (Goal 1.4) 4 F. Emphasize K-3 (Early investment) 9p ( y ) G. Maintain competitive salary/benefits 7 H. Ensure program and operational efficiency and effectiveness 5 I. Support lifelong learning (athletics, extracurricular) 4 J. Minimize negative impact on families (fees) 4 5 g p ( ) K Foster relationships with community--community use 3
  6. 6. FY 2011 Approved Summary (S h l O i F d)(School Operating Fund) • $2.2 billion operating budget $34 5 illi 1 6 t l th th FY 2010 A d B d t− $34.5 million, or 1.6 percent, less than the FY 2010 Approved Budget  even with 1,723 more students − $52.5 million, or 2.4 percent, less than the FY 2009 Approved Budget  even with 6 912 more studentseven with 6,912 more students  • County transfer decreased by 1 percent or $16.3 million • Nearly $200 million in budget reductions and cost y $ g avoidances including the elimination of 204.3 positions,  nearly half from central office d f• New student fees − $75 for each Advanced Placement & International Baccalaureate test − $100 per sport per student 66
  7. 7. FY 2011 Approved Summary (S h l O i F d)(School Operating Fund) • Reserve funding − $45.0 million reserve to address future VRS related  shortfalls − $3 0 million reserve to address employee compensation$3.0 million reserve to address employee compensation  for FY 2012 • Employee compensationp y p − All employee salaries are frozen for FY 2011 which is the  second consecutive year Th S h l B d di d h S i d d l− The School Board directed the Superintendent to develop  an FY 2012 Proposed Budget that includes employee  compensation increases for FCPS staff and committed itself  77 to compensation increases for FY 2012
  8. 8. FY 2011 Approved Summary (S h l O i F d)(School Operating Fund) • Cost per pupil decreased by approximately $300 from  FY 2010FY 2010 − this is the third year of decreased spending per pupil, a total  decrease of more than $800 per student • $14.4 million required for membership growth of 1,723  students and demographic shifts resulting in increases in  needs‐based staffingg − In FY 2011, nearly 1 in 4 FCPS students will be eligible for free or  reduced‐price meals − From the FY 2008 approved budgetFrom the FY 2008 approved budget • 10,453 more students projected • 1,204 school‐based positions added due to membership growth • $75.5 million cost of membership growth  88 • Student achievement remains FCPS’ focus
  9. 9. Changing Demographicsg g g p 41.9% 45.0% FY 2006 to 2011 Membership  Changes 30.0% 35.0% 40.0% Changes 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 6.0% 3.1% 5 0% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% ‐2.8% ‐10.0% ‐5.0% General Education  Special Education   ‐ Unduplicated English for  Speakers of Other  L (ESOL) Students Eligible  for Free and  R d d P i 9 Languages (ESOL) Reduced‐Price  Meals
  10. 10. Addressing Student Needsg $ ($ millions) • Membership Adjustments $14.4 − Projected increase of 1,723 students and significant increases in the number of students eligible for free and reduced‐price mealseligible for free and reduced price meals • Priority School Initiative $4.3 − Three‐year pilot funding for 30 schools identified based on academic performance SOL progress and AYP statusacademic performance, SOL progress, and AYP status • Needs‐Based Staffing $45.5 − In FY 2011, FCPS will spend $45.5 million on needs‐ based staffing (FRM) in elementary middle and high schoolsbased staffing (FRM) in elementary, middle and high schools • Extended Learning Transition  $1.3 − Funding for Title I schools transitioning from extended day 1010 • Advanced Academic Transportation $0.2 − Funding restored for transportation to AA centers
  11. 11. FY 2011 Budget Reductions ( d FY 2010)(as compared to FY 2010) ($ in millions)      (Positions) $• Energy and Refuse ($0.5) (0.0) • Replacement Buses ($1.1) (0.0) • Replacement Equipment ($2.0) (0.0) • Drivers Education BTW ($0.1) (0.0)($ ) ( ) • Central Office Support ($7.2) (98.5) • Supplies and Textbooks ($4 6) (0 0)• Supplies and Textbooks ($4.6) (0.0) • Triennial Census ($0.6) (0.0) i i i d hl i ($0 ) (0 0) 1111 • Activities and Athletics  ($0.5) (0.0)
  12. 12. FY 2011 Reductions (cont.) (as compared to FY 2010)(as compared to FY 2010) ($ in millions)        (Positions) T i i R i b ($1 2) (0 0)• Tuition Reimbursement ($1.2) (0.0) • Contract Length Reduction ($1.7) (0.0) $• Custodial Support ($2.0) (66.5) • Close Pimmit Alt. HS ($1.1) (20.5) • Teacher Leadership ($3.0) (0.0) • National Board Stipend ($1.2) (0.0) • International Children’s  ($0.1) (0.0) Festival 1212 • Elementary Focus ($1.2) (0.0)
  13. 13. FY 2011 Reductions (cont.) (as compared to FY 2010)(as compared to FY 2010) ($ millions) (Positions) • Extended Learning Support ($1.9) (5.8) − Eliminates remaining local funding for extended  school day and extended school calendar • Summer School ($6.3) (0.0) − Eliminated July 1 2010 except for:Eliminated July 1, 2010 except for: • Legally mandated extended school year (ESY) programs for designated special education students • Term graduate programs • Self‐supporting programs• Self supporting programs − Summer Program details: www.fcps.edu/news/summer.htm 1313
  14. 14. FY 2011 Reductions (cont.) (as compared with FY 2010)(as compared with FY 2010) $ ($ millions) (Positions) • VRS Retirement ($55.8) (0.0) − Reflects General Assembly action • VRS Retiree Health Credit ($5 8) (0 0)VRS Retiree Health Credit ($5.8) (0.0) − Reflects General Assembly action • State Life ($5.7) (0.0) − Reflects General Assembly action • Cost Avoidance − Salary Freeze ($39 5) (0 0)Salary Freeze  ($39.5)     (0.0) • No employee Step • COLA also frozen 1414
  15. 15. Future Challengesg • FY 2012: − VRS rate will increase − One‐time VRS holiday savings used to balance the FY 2011  budget − Federal stimulus funding no longer provided − Employee salary increases − Student membership growth and demographic changes • FY 2013 and Beyond: − VRS rate increases VRS− VRS repayments − Student membership growth and demographic changes − State revenue, including changes to Local Composite Index  1515 − Employee salary increases
  16. 16. Did You Know? • FCPS’ MEMBERSHIP is larger than the statewide K‐12 g membership of eight states  • FCPS’ operating BUDGET is larger than the general fund  of five states • FCPS TRANSPORTS more students every day than any  other U S school system except New York Cityother U.S. school system except New York City • FCPS is the LARGEST school division in VA, and the 12th largest in the Country—approximately one of every six g y pp y y Fairfax County residents is a public school student • In FY 2011, FCPS STUDENTS come from more than 200  16 countries, and speak over 100 different languages

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