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Budget Presentation
2014-2015
April 24, 2014
Vernon Township Board of Education
Charles Maranzano, Jr., Ed.D. - Interim Su...
Annual Budget Development:
A Question of Balance
Educational Accountability
vs.
Economic Accountability
EFFECTIVENESS EFFI...
Conflicting Needs = Tension
Internal Public Voice and External Public Voice
Central Question:
“How can we provide quality ...
Revenue and Appropriations Snapshot
2013-2014 Revenue Sources
0.053%
74%
2%
4%
1%
10%
7%
1%
ED.
SALARIES, BENEFITS, TUI
TION & SUPPORT
SERVICES
GEN. ADMIN
SCHOOL ADMIN.
BUSINESS OFFICE
FACILI...
Challenges for Budget Development:
Containing Overall Costs
Seven Variables Driving Higher Costs
1. The Rural Factor: Sussex County
2. Inflationary Factors
3. Transportation
4. Speci...
Declining Populations
Ten Year Trends
Since 2004-05 student population has declined
from 5,256 to 3,561 students
32% decli...
Line Graph of Decreasing Enrollment
from 2005-2013
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
K-12 Enrollment
K-12 Enrollment
-32%
Declining Populations
Ten Year Trends
Since 2004-2005 certified teachers have declined
from 439 to 351
20% decline
Bar Graph of Decrease in Certificated
Faculty from 2005-2013
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
# of Certificated Faculty
2004-05...
How do Vernon’s Per-Pupil costs
measure up against other districts?
Sussex Per Pupil Comparisons 2011-12
(Provided by Executive County Superintendent , Sussex County 2/11/14)
• Sussex County...
Sussex K-12 Per Pupil Comparisons
District 2010-11 2011-12 Increase
Newton $17,145 $17,802 3.8%
Hopatcong $16,937 $19,525 ...
COUNTY DISTRICT EXPENDITURES Per-Pupil Rank EXPENDITURES Per-Pupil Rank District Type
ATLANTIC ATLANTIC CITY 170,848,727 2...
How much will Vernon receive in
additional state aid next school year?
ONE YEAR %
2013-2014 2014-2015 AID AID
• COUNTY NAM...
Moving in the Right Direction
County Efficiency Review
Three Years of Budget Comparisons
Sussex County Efficiency Review
February 6, 2014
Adopted Budget 11-12 12-13 13-14
Total GFB $ 69,505,656 69,544,721 69,143...
Quantitative Implications
Four-Year Budget Trends
If approved, the four-year budget trend for
Vernon Public Schools results in decreased total
operating budgets over time
2...
If a 2% Cap were Achieved in each of
four budget years 2011/12 - 2014/15
The 2011-12 base budget would have grown to:
$ 73...
What Does the Proposed Budget
Accomplish?
2014-2015 Budget Proposal:
Balancing Quantitative with Qualitative
• Attempts to maintain academic rigor and programs
• Pr...
Cost Savings
The Vernon School Board deserves to be
commended for reducing costs over the past
three budget years due to d...
Which Direction is Right?
“When you get to a fork in the road,
take it.”
Yogi Berra
Next:
Steve Kepnes will present an overview
of the 2014-2015 proposed budget
Thank You
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    1. 1. Budget Presentation 2014-2015 April 24, 2014 Vernon Township Board of Education Charles Maranzano, Jr., Ed.D. - Interim Supt. Steven Kepnes - Business Administrator
    2. 2. Annual Budget Development: A Question of Balance Educational Accountability vs. Economic Accountability EFFECTIVENESS EFFICIENCY
    3. 3. Conflicting Needs = Tension Internal Public Voice and External Public Voice Central Question: “How can we provide quality education in Vernon and relive property owners of higher taxes?”
    4. 4. Revenue and Appropriations Snapshot
    5. 5. 2013-2014 Revenue Sources 0.053%
    6. 6. 74% 2% 4% 1% 10% 7% 1% ED. SALARIES, BENEFITS, TUI TION & SUPPORT SERVICES GEN. ADMIN SCHOOL ADMIN. BUSINESS OFFICE FACILITIES TRANSPORTATION 2013-2014 BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS
    7. 7. Challenges for Budget Development: Containing Overall Costs
    8. 8. Seven Variables Driving Higher Costs 1. The Rural Factor: Sussex County 2. Inflationary Factors 3. Transportation 4. Special Education 5. Full-Day Kindergarten and Pre-School programs 6. Salaries & Benefits 7. Declining Enrollment
    9. 9. Declining Populations Ten Year Trends Since 2004-05 student population has declined from 5,256 to 3,561 students 32% decline
    10. 10. Line Graph of Decreasing Enrollment from 2005-2013 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 K-12 Enrollment K-12 Enrollment -32%
    11. 11. Declining Populations Ten Year Trends Since 2004-2005 certified teachers have declined from 439 to 351 20% decline
    12. 12. Bar Graph of Decrease in Certificated Faculty from 2005-2013 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 # of Certificated Faculty 2004-05 2012-13 -20%
    13. 13. How do Vernon’s Per-Pupil costs measure up against other districts?
    14. 14. Sussex Per Pupil Comparisons 2011-12 (Provided by Executive County Superintendent , Sussex County 2/11/14) • Sussex County Vocational $23,255 • High Point Regional $22,470 • Wallkill Valley Regional $22,120 • Hamburg Boro $20,908 • Montague Township $20,553 • Frankford Township $20,405 • Vernon Township $20,357 • Sparta Township $19,733 • Hopatcong Boro $19,525
    15. 15. Sussex K-12 Per Pupil Comparisons District 2010-11 2011-12 Increase Newton $17,145 $17,802 3.8% Hopatcong $16,937 $19,525 15.3% Sparta $15,828 $19,733 24.7% Vernon $18,707 $20,357 8.8%
    16. 16. COUNTY DISTRICT EXPENDITURES Per-Pupil Rank EXPENDITURES Per-Pupil Rank District Type ATLANTIC ATLANTIC CITY 170,848,727 25,490 105 174,016,659 25,561 106N. K-12|K-12,3500+ ATLANTIC PLEASANTVILLE CITY 86,801,865 25,812 106 95,900,850 23,863 105N. K-12|K-12,3500+ CAMDEN CAMDEN CITY 320,312,367 22,306 100 336,146,343 23,709 104N. K-12|K-12,3500+ ESSEX EAST ORANGE 250,310,347 22,750 103 256,340,781 23,600 103N. K-12|K-12,3500+ OCEAN LAKEWOOD TWP 126,439,969 23,356 104 128,833,987 23,528 102N. K-12|K-12,3500+ MERCER PRINCETON REGIONAL 78,060,264 22,570 102 80,263,604 23,395 101N. K-12|K-12,3500+ ESSEX NEWARK CITY 962,229,754 21,706 98 1,003,365,545 23,160 100N. K-12|K-12,3500+ MONMOUTH NEPTUNE TWP 95,004,491 20,773 94 103,787,865 23,138 99N. K-12|K-12,3500+ BURLINGTON PEMBERTON TWP 115,137,275 21,986 99 121,680,017 23,010 98N. K-12|K-12,3500+ ESSEX IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP 169,461,673 21,191 95 176,272,196 22,914 97N. K-12|K-12,3500+ BERGEN TEANECK TWP 88,198,091 21,552 97 91,382,911 22,894 96N. K-12|K-12,3500+ HUDSON JERSEY CITY 643,441,251 22,397 101 661,261,323 22,273 95N. K-12|K-12,3500+ UNION ELIZABETH CITY 460,452,795 19,170 88 531,435,146 21,568 94N. K-12|K-12,3500+ ESSEX WEST ORANGE TOWN 144,436,017 21,236 96 145,149,314 21,053 93N. K-12|K-12,3500+ MONMOUTH LONG BRANCH CITY 107,883,285 20,140 92 113,377,121 21,038 92N. K-12|K-12,3500+ ESSEX CITY OF ORANGE TWP 100,412,081 18,948 85 112,895,564 20,927 91N. K-12|K-12,3500+ MERCER HOPEWELL VALLEY REGIONAL 77,306,035 19,851 89 79,898,882 20,731 90N. K-12|K-12,3500+ MERCER TRENTON CITY 276,937,777 20,340 93 285,038,315 20,407 89N. K-12|K-12,3500+ PASSAIC PASSAIC CITY 268,548,414 18,762 84 285,694,758 20,374 88N. K-12|K-12,3500+ SUSSEX VERNON TWP 75,695,426 18,707 82 76,743,628 20,357 87N. K-12|K-12,3500+ MIDDLESEX NEW BRUNSWICK CITY 176,802,265 19,998 90 182,105,763 20,229 86N. K-12|K-12,3500+ UNION PLAINFIELD CITY 151,325,551 19,117 87 161,782,340 19,995 85N. K-12|K-12,3500+ HUDSON UNION CITY 230,228,458 18,757 83 248,194,548 19,880 84N. K-12|K-12,3500+ SUSSEX SPARTA TWP 61,693,522 15,828 36 68,139,206 19,733 83N. K-12|K-12,3500+ CAMDEN WINSLOW TWP 97,674,295 18,194 80 99,097,061 19,705 82N. K-12|K-12,3500+ BERGEN PARAMUS BORO 76,440,560 18,152 79 80,748,990 19,628 81N. K-12|K-12,3500+ MORRIS MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT 100,360,268 20,121 91 98,667,943 19,619 80N. K-12|K-12,3500+ PASSAIC PATERSON CITY 538,112,270 19,042 86 552,715,373 19,618 79N. K-12|K-12,3500+ WARREN PHILLIPSBURG TOWN 67,253,006 17,901 75 72,077,742 19,405 78N. K-12|K-12,3500+ BERGEN GARFIELD CITY 88,659,745 17,674 67 94,983,352 19,299 77N. K-12|K-12,3500+ How does Vernon compare to other 3,500+ sized districts?
    17. 17. How much will Vernon receive in additional state aid next school year? ONE YEAR % 2013-2014 2014-2015 AID AID • COUNTY NAME TOTAL AID TOTAL AID CHANGE CHANGE • SUSSEX BYRAM TWP 3,450,935 3,744,729 293,794 8.513% • SUSSEX HARDYSTON TWP 2,066,127 2,158,493 92,366 4.470% • SUSSEX GREEN TWP 2,332,645 2,381,755 49,110 2.105% • SUSSEX LAFAYETTE TWP 827,818 844,455 16,637 2.010% • SUSSEX SPARTA TWP 5,877,090 5,943,150 66,060 1.124% • SUSSEX FREDON TWP 526,667 532,107 5,440 1.033% • SUSSEX LENAPE VALLEY REGIONAL 4,584,967 4,630,671 45,704 0.997% • SUSSEX OGDENSBURG BORO 2,297,536 2,317,082 19,546 0.851% • SUSSEX NEWTON TOWN 5,831,032 5,880,552 49,520 0.849% • SUSSEX ANDOVER REG 2,279,461 2,295,781 16,320 0.716% • SUSSEX KITTATINNY REGIONAL 5,928,514 5,960,854 32,340 0.545% • SUSSEX SANDYSTON-WALPACK 565,918 568,898 2,980 0.527% • SUSSEX FRANKFORD TWP 1,948,257 1,958,177 9,920 0.509% • SUSSEX HAMPTON TWP 1,269,740 1,276,100 6,360 0.501% • SUSSEX WALLKILL VALLEY REG 4,683,780 4,707,210 23,430 0.500% • SUSSEX STANHOPE BORO 1,504,963 1,511,963 7,000 0.465% • SUSSEX SUSSEX COUNTY VOC 4,162,722 4,178,842 16,120 0.387% • SUSSEX HAMBURG BORO 1,618,266 1,623,906 5,640 0.349% • SUSSEX MONTAGUE TWP 2,690,096 2,699,116 9,020 0.335% • SUSSEX STILLWATER TWP 1,797,909 1,803,869 5,960 0.331% • SUSSEX SUSSEX-WANTAGE REG 7,784,729 7,809,569 24,840 0.319% • SUSSEX HIGH POINT REGIONAL 6,350,018 6,369,038 19,020 0.300% • SUSSEX HOPATCONG 11,349,365 11,383,175 33,810 0.298% • SUSSEX FRANKLIN BORO 3,253,144 3,262,204 9,060 0.278% • SUSSEX VERNON TWP 24,967,495 25,034,455 66,960 0.268%
    18. 18. Moving in the Right Direction County Efficiency Review Three Years of Budget Comparisons
    19. 19. Sussex County Efficiency Review February 6, 2014 Adopted Budget 11-12 12-13 13-14 Total GFB $ 69,505,656 69,544,721 69,143,261 Dollar change+/- +39,065 -401,460 Local Tax Levy $ 41,423,349 41,470,508 40,470,508 Dollar change+/- +47,159 -1,000,000 Percent change+/- 0.1% -2.4% NJAC 6A:23A-9.3 Review of Efficiency Standards
    20. 20. Quantitative Implications Four-Year Budget Trends
    21. 21. If approved, the four-year budget trend for Vernon Public Schools results in decreased total operating budgets over time 2011-12 $ 69,505,656 2012-13 $ 69,544,721 $ + 39,065 2013-14 $ 69,143,261 $ -401,460 2014-15 $ 68,640,904 $ -502,357 We have developed a budget that is $ -864,752 less than the 2011-2012 total operating budget.
    22. 22. If a 2% Cap were Achieved in each of four budget years 2011/12 - 2014/15 The 2011-12 base budget would have grown to: $ 73,759,957 2014-2015 proposed $ 68,640,904 $ -5,119,053 less than allowed Resulting in overall taxpayer savings
    23. 23. What Does the Proposed Budget Accomplish?
    24. 24. 2014-2015 Budget Proposal: Balancing Quantitative with Qualitative • Attempts to maintain academic rigor and programs • Preserves Arts, Activities, and Athletic Programs • Emphasizes a commitment to safety and security • Includes needed facility improvements • Reduces the number of administrators • Considers the educational and cost benefits of outsourcing needed educational services • Incorporates state mandates ACHIEVENJ, PARCC, and COMMON CORE • Considers long-term needs of the School District and the Vernon taxpayer
    25. 25. Cost Savings The Vernon School Board deserves to be commended for reducing costs over the past three budget years due to difficult economic times. However, there may be a point in time when increases to the base budget are needed to keep up with inflation and provide additional educational services to children.
    26. 26. Which Direction is Right? “When you get to a fork in the road, take it.” Yogi Berra
    27. 27. Next: Steve Kepnes will present an overview of the 2014-2015 proposed budget
    28. 28. Thank You
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