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Budget Presentation for Vernon Township School District

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  • Educational Salaries, Health Benefits, Workers Comp. Premium, Social Security Premium, Pension Liability Payment, Exit Leave, Tuition Reimbursement, Professional Development, Teacher Salaries, Nurses Salaries, Guidance Salaries, Librarians, Aides, Out-of-District Tuitions.

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  • 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. Annual Budget Development: A Question of Balance Educational Accountability vs. Economic Accountability EFFECTIVENESS EFFICIENCY
  • 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. Revenue and Appropriations Snapshot
  • 5. 2013-2014 Revenue Sources 0.053%
  • 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. Challenges for Budget Development: Containing Overall Costs
  • 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. Declining Populations Ten Year Trends Since 2004-05 student population has declined from 5,256 to 3,561 students 32% decline
  • 10. Line Graph of Decreasing Enrollment from 2005-2013 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 K-12 Enrollment K-12 Enrollment -32%
  • 11. Declining Populations Ten Year Trends Since 2004-2005 certified teachers have declined from 439 to 351 20% decline
  • 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. How do Vernon’s Per-Pupil costs measure up against other districts?
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. Moving in the Right Direction County Efficiency Review Three Years of Budget Comparisons
  • 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. Quantitative Implications Four-Year Budget Trends
  • 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. 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. What Does the Proposed Budget Accomplish?
  • 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. 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. Which Direction is Right? “When you get to a fork in the road, take it.” Yogi Berra
  • 27. Next: Steve Kepnes will present an overview of the 2014-2015 proposed budget
  • 28. Thank You