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Presentation To Board Of Trustees 040611

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  • Here is a simple summary of why we are projecting a shortfall for next year (2012) Please note that, even with the $150 million proposed transfer from debt service reserves, we project at $250 - $275 million shortfall…the shortfall would be that much more without those funds. Please note that this assumes that NO new revenue is brought to bear on the problem…examples… Room tax =$35 million NOT sunsetting the temporary increase in LSST ($2.25 to $2.60) = $80 million
  • $44,000 at MS
  • SS and POA $526.65 Licensed $538.87 Admin $670.62

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  • 1.
    • April 6, 2011
    2012 Budget Tentative FY Adoption
  • 2. Online Survey March 1- 15 School Meetings March 1- 15 Town Hall Meetings March 15 Review of Input March 17 Recommendations March 24 What has happened so far?
  • 3. Why are we short $400 million? ($ millions) Revenue Sources $1,810.0 Expenditures - $2,073.7 Contractual Roll-ups - $75.7 Reserve/Designated Fund Balance - $68.0 Total Shortfall - $407.4
  • 4. March 24 Recommendations
    • Consolidate school bell times $ 10.0
    • Pass along ½ cost of PERS increase 14.5
    • Administrative department budgets (cut 20%) 48.7
    • School textbook/supply budgets (cut 25%) 12.0
    • Ed. Comp. Strat. & Literacy Spec. (cut 50%) 17.7
    • Salary steps and ed. increments (freeze) 39.9
    • Health ins.-employees assume part (12%) 23.2
    • Reduction in salaries (7.8%) 128.3
    • Staff counselors & sch. support staff at 97% 2.1
    • Increase class size 114.6
    • Total $ 411
    ($ millions) 2,486.1 positions cut 2,942 positions saved
  • 5. Revised Recommendations
    • Consolidate school bell times $ 10.0
    • Pass along ½ cost of PERS increase 14.5
    • Administrative department budgets (cut 20%) 48.7
    • School textbook/supply budgets (cut 50%) 24.8
    • Spec. Ed. Facilitators, ELL Facilitators, ECSs, Literacy Spec. (cut 25%) 15.4
    • Salary steps and ed. increments (freeze) 39.9
    • Health ins.-employees assume part (20%) 38.7
    • Furlough Days 73.4
    • Staff counselors & sch. support staff at 97% 2.1
    • Increase class size (by 3 students) 70.8
    • To Be Determined 69.1
    • Total $ 407.4
    ($ millions) 1,834 positions cut 2,477 positions saved
  • 6.
    • Consolidate School Bell Times
    Total Savings = $10.0 million Survey? Yes 125.0 positions cut
  • 7.
    • Pass Along ½ Cost of Retirement ( PERS ) Increase
    Total Savings = $14.5 million Current Rate 21.50 % New Rate 23.75 % A total increase of 2.25 % Employees ’ share would be 1.125% Survey? na Must be Bargained Note: For POA employees, the rate increases from 37.0% to 39.75% 207 positions saved
  • 8.
    • Administrative Department Budgets
    Total Savings = $48.7 million Survey? Yes Targeted Cuts 20 % of all non-school-based budgets totaling 449.0 positions cut
  • 9.
    • School Textbook and Supply Budget
    Total Savings = $24.8 million Survey? No 50 % of Funds allocated to schools Anywhere from $44,000 at an elementary school … to $174,000 at a high school
  • 10.
    • ECS , SPED, ELL, & Literacy Specialists (25%)
    Total Savings = $15.4 million Survey? No (ECS) & Yes (Literacy) No (SPED) & Yes (ELL) Educational Computer Strategists (ECS) Budgeted FTE ’s: 226 positions Recommended Cut : 56.5 positions Literacy Specialists Budgeted FTE ’s: 200 positions Recommended Cut : 50 positions 187.5 positions cut Special Education Facilitators Budgeted FTE ’s: 163 positions Recommended Cut : 41 positions English Language Learner Facilitators Budgeted FTE ’s: 160 positions Recommended Cut : 40 positions
  • 11.
    • Salary Steps & Educational Increments
    Total Savings = $39.9 million Survey? na Salary Step Increases Earned for years of service Licensed $22.6 million Support 9.6 Administrators 1.1 Police 0.9 Total $33.3 million Educational Increments Earned for attaining advanced degrees and education Licensed $6.6 million Must be Bargained 570 positions saved
  • 12.
    • Health Insurance Costs
    Total Savings = $38.7 million Survey? No 20% of the cost paid by the district on employees’ behalf Employees would assume… Must be Bargained Support Staff and POA - $105.33 Licensed Staff - $107.78 Administrators - $134.12 Employees’ Monthly Share 553 positions saved
  • 13.
    • Furlough Days
    Total Savings = $73.4 million Survey? 3 days Must be Bargained 1,147 positions saved Months Worked # of Furlough Days (5% average reduction ) Amount Saved ($ millions) 9 months 8 $55.1 10 months 10 $1.0 11 months 11 $5.6 12 months 12 $11.7
  • 14.
    • Staffing at 97 %
    Total Savings = $2.1 million Survey? na Counselors Allocated: 1 per 400 students (secondary) 1 per 500 students (elementary) Budgeted FTE ’s: 575 positions Recommended Cut : 17 positions School-Based Support Staff School clerical and office staff Budgeted FTE ’s: 1,500 positions Recommended Cut : 45 positions 62.0 positions cut
  • 15.
    • Increase Class Sizes
    Total Savings = $70.8 million Survey? 3 students Grades 1-3 (by 3) From 18:1 to 21:1 in grades 1 and 2 From 21:1 to 24:1 in grade 3 Recommended Cut : 471 positions Grades 4-5 (by 3) From 30:1 to 33:1 Recommended Cut : 141 positions Grades 6-12 (by 3) From 32:1 to 35:1 Recommended Cut : 399 positions 1,011 positions cut
  • 16.
    • Other Options to be determined
    • Increase class sizes further
    • Further employee concessions
    • Other programmatic cuts to be determined
    • Additonal revenue sources by Legislature
  • 17. What is next? Adoption of Final Budget May 18 – 5:30 pm State Economic Forum Meets May 2 Negotiations with Employee Groups