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MURSD FY12 Foundation Budget
 

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    • Return to Index Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Office of School Finance FY12 Chapter 70 Foundation Budget710 MENDON UPTON -------------------------------------- Base Foundation Components ----------------------------------------------------------- --- Incremental Costs Above The Base ------ (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Pre- ------ Kindergarten ------ Jr High/ High ELL ELL ELL Voca- Special Ed Special Ed ---- Low Income ---- School Half-Day Full-Day Elementary Middle School PK K Half KF - 12 tional In District Out of Dist Elem Other TOTAL* Foundation Enrollment 69 157 0 1,037 686 729 1 0 14 0 95 25 124 43 2,581 1 Administration 12,066 27,454 0 362,662 239,909 254,947 175 0 4,896 0 229,303 60,343 0 0 1,191,756 2 Instructional Leadership 21,792 49,584 0 655,009 433,304 460,464 316 0 8,843 0 0 0 0 0 1,629,311 3 Classroom and Specialist Teachers 99,922 227,358 0 3,003,393 1,748,408 2,732,354 2,181 0 61,066 0 756,645 0 323,110 84,648 9,039,085 4 Other Teaching Services 25,627 58,311 0 770,315 366,819 324,530 297 0 8,316 0 706,468 922 0 0 2,261,604 5 Professional Development 3,952 8,993 0 118,863 85,235 87,822 78 0 2,172 0 36,499 0 7,112 2,466 353,191 6 Instructional Equipment & Tech 14,000 31,855 0 420,825 278,386 473,332 203 0 5,681 0 30,841 0 0 0 1,255,123 7 Guidance and Psychological 7,270 16,542 0 218,540 192,452 256,363 140 0 3,928 0 0 0 0 0 695,235 8 Pupil Services 2,892 6,580 0 130,421 140,920 345,322 63 0 1,761 0 0 0 0 0 627,958 9 Operations and Maintenance 27,747 63,135 0 834,010 598,140 616,309 544 0 15,243 0 256,144 0 49,902 17,305 2,478,481 10 Employee Benefits/Fixed Charges 24,211 55,090 0 727,767 457,747 467,347 441 0 12,360 0 280,908 0 31,750 11,010 2,068,632 11 Special Ed Tuition 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 554,624 0 0 554,624 12 Total 239,479 544,902 0 7,241,804 4,541,321 6,018,792 4,438 0 124,265 0 2,296,809 615,888 411,873 115,429 22,155,000 13 Wage Adjustment Factor 103.3% Foundation Budget Per Pupil 8,584 * Total foundation enrollment does not include columns 11 through 14, because those columns represent increments above the base. The pupils are already counted in columns 1 to 10. Total foundation enrollment assigns pupils in pre-kindergarten and half-time kindergarten an enrollment count of .5. Special education in-district headcount is an assumed percentage, representing 3.75 percent of K to 12 non-vocational enrollment and 4.75 percent of vocational enrollment. Special education out-of-district headcount is also an assumed percentage, representing 1 percent of non-vocational K-12 enrollment. Low income headcounts are the number of pupils in columns 1 through 10 who are eligible for free or reduced lunch. Each component of the foundation budget represents the enrollment on line 1 multiplied by the appropriate state-wide foundation allotment. The wage adjustment factor is applied to underlying rates in all functions except instructional equipment, benefits and special education tuition. The foundation budget shown on this page may differ from the final number used in the formula, due to rounding error.