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Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget
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Fy13 Superintendent's Proposed Budget

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Superintendent Toni Jones presented her recommendations during the January 10th, 2012 Falls Church City School Board meeting.

Superintendent Toni Jones presented her recommendations during the January 10th, 2012 Falls Church City School Board meeting.

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  1. Presentation to the School BoardDr. Toni JonesJanuary 10, 2012 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  2. StaffTop Priorities Compensation Increase Student Achievement and Teacher Tools Maximize Efficiency in All Operations
  3. Discussion Item One – Revenue and Spending History Discussion Item Two – Challenges: Key Impacts to FY13 Budget Discussion Item Three – Focus: Key Budget Positives Discussion Item Four – Overview of Budget RequestFalls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  4. Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  5. Spending 4% 3% 2% 2% 6% Instruction11% Facilities Admin 72% Technology Transp Transf/Res Health Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  6. 90%80% 78%70%60% City Trans.50% State Sales Tax40% Carry For30% Federal20% Other10% 8% 6% 4% 3% 1%0% Sources Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  7. FY12 $5,057,800 $27,433,000FY11 Carry For. $4,704,333 $27,435,800 Other FederalFY10 $4,684,619 State $28,836,275 TransferFY09 $5,112,766 $29,268,992 $0 $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $30,000,000 $40,000,000 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  8. Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  9. Salary Step for All Staff State and Federal Loss of Funding Hiring Additional Staff for Existing Enrollment VRS and Fixed Cost IncreasesFalls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  10. Step Increase: $720,000 FY13 Recommendation Includes an Increase for all Staff Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  11.  Cost of Competing for Support Staff $99,800 Federal Stimulus Dollars from FY12 $541,100 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  12. Federal$1,200,000.00 $1,061,200$1,000,000.00 $1,007,595 $800,000.00 $818,902 $600,000.00 $512,693 $503,700 $400,000.00 $200,000.00 $- FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  13.  5 Teaching Staff $400,000 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  14.  Greatest Increase in 30 Years 4.5%Student Population2009-2010 1,9912010-2011 2,0492011-2012 2,178 *PK included2012-2013 2,262 *4.5%+213 Students since hiring staff in FY 11 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  15. Elementary  SecondaryK 168 (7) 24 *A few Sections1 168 (7) 24 8 156 *Average 242 140 (7) 20 9 1613 153 (7) 22 10 1754 156 (6) 26 11 1845 150 (7) 21 12 1606 172 (6) 297 175 (6) 29 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  16.  VRS Retirement $1,071,600 Largest increase in Virginia history by approximately $725,000 more than historical increases VRS Group Life Insurance $198,300 Health Insurance $196,800 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  17. Step Increase $720,000VRS Retirement $1,071,600Increase CostVRS Life Increase Cost $198,300Health Increase Cost $196,800Hiring 5 Teachers $400,000Cost of Competing Loss $99,800 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  18. $ 2,686,500Without considering stimulus Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  19. Realignment of Resources Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  20. Hybrid Learning- Blending a high-quality teacher with digital content and tools (Credit Recovery, Home Bound, Modified Scheduling, Summer School Support) Digital Access- Utilizing e-books, STEM support, Assistive Technology, and an array of technology access for staff Digital Automation- Applications, Purchase Orders, Sub Calling… Digital Assessment- Instant results, correlated to standards, and based on growth, teacher drivenFalls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  21. Utilizing Data Based on GrowthPercentile GrowthFalls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  22. K-5 Math Books and Resources MEH Science Books and Resources World Language Books GM will be Wireless MEH will have Enhanced Wireless Dual Enrollment Summer Academy Funding PYP, IB Testing, and MYP StartFalls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  23. Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  24. Technology Chief Coordinator Technology Director Technology Network Specialist Engineer SystemsTechnician Technician Engineer Technology Technician Assistant Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  25. Principal Asst. Assistant AssistantPrincipal 1.0 Principal 1.0 Principal .4 .4 Dean of Students Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  26. Superintendent Superintendent Asst. Superintendent ofAsst. Superintendent ofFinance and Operations Curriculum, Instruction, an d Assessment Transportation T Food Service Testing Coordinator Finance Office Program Specialist Facilities CIRTSCommunications Director of Director of Special Chief Technology Department Personnel Education Director Principals Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  27. Office of Curriculum Innovation and Personnel Superintendent Superintendent Asst. Superintendent ofAsst. Superintendent ofFinance and Operations Curriculum, Instruction, an d Assessment T Transportation Testing Coordinator Food Service Program Specialist Finance Office CIRTS FacilitiesCommunications Director of Director of Special Director of Department Personnel Education Technology Principals Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  28.  Technology Realignment: $29,600 Office of Innovation Alignment: $291,300 Dean of Students: $14,800 Total Savings: $335,700 Equivalent to 4.2 Teachers Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  29.  Use of Fund Balance Recommend Modernization of FCC-TV Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  30. One Time Construction and Classroom Set Up Expenses $277,000 Budgeted for furniture andpermanent one time expenses associated with movement of staff and students Funded By Community Services Fund Balance Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  31. Transition FCC-TV from Cable-based To a Web-based Platform Live streaming for all devices Reduced Expenses and Equipment costs Same communication vision- live streaming of meetings and events New Enhanced Access for Students- Global Perspective Supporting STEM Education Capital Outlay- New Enhanced 21st Century Lab for Community and City Access $48,000 Expenditure would Provide a Top of the Line Digital LabFalls Church Digital TVTotal Savings: $80,000 (49%)($163,710 Currently Funded from General Fund Transfer) Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  32. IB Assessment and Registrations $14,000Total of $140,000 with 10% increaseTJ Construction Budgeting for Increased Utilities $23,000Central Office Rent Increase $11,600Reduction in Advertising, Postage, and Printing $21,400Reduction in Professional Services $40,000 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  33. Continuing a focus on Healthy Meals For All ChildrenFunding Summer Backpack Lunch Initiative $8,000 135 Eligible Children Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  34. Fleet Purchasing•Buses are At Capacity This Year•17 Buses in the Fleet2007-2011 52000-2006 101999 or Older 2Additional Bus: $85,000 (Not replacement) Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  35. Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  36. #1 Superintendent’s Proposed Budget City Transfer $29,903,800 Operating Budget $29,475,200 $2,042,200 Increase Community $428,600 Flat Services $29,903,800 Represents an increase of $2,042,200 7.3% Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  37. #2 Superintendent’s Proposed Budget City Transfer $29,823,800 Operating Budget $29,475,200 $1,962,200 Increase Community $348,600 $80,000 Services Decrease $29,823,800 Represents an increase of $1,962,200 7.0% Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  38.  VRS Retirement $1,071,600 VRS Life $198,300 Health $196,800 5 Teachers $400,000 $1,866,700$2,042,200$175,500 applied to a Step ($544,500 short) We have gone inside our budget for a Re-alignment of Priorities and Staffing To fund our step Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  39.  City Transfer $29,475,200 +7.3% State $5,127,000 +1.4% Federal $503,700 -52.5% Other $1,047,700 +34.2% Carry Forward $1,450,000 +4.6%Total Budget $37,603,600Overall +5.3% Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  40. $19,000.00 Doing More with Less$18,500.00 $18,386$18,000.00$17,500.00 $17,356$17,000.00 $16,895 $16,521$16,500.00 $16,399$16,000.00$15,500.00$15,000.00 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  41. Supplies700 $662600 $604500 $502 $485 $466400300200100 0 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  42. FUND FY12 FY13 Change Operating $27,433,000 $29,475,200 7.3%Community Service $428,600 $428,600 0.0% 348,600 ($80,000 -19%) Food Service $0 $0 0.0%TOTAL ALL FUNDS $27,861,600 $29,903,800 7.3% $29,823,800 7.0% Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  43.  VRS 1% Change= $183,000 ( +5.84 current) VRS Life = 0.1%= $21,500 Health Insurance= 1%= $19,600 Cost of Competing= $99,800 Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  44.  January 31st, Tuesday : Public Hearing #1 February 7th, Tuesday : Public Hearing #2 February 14th, Tuesday: Public Hearing #3 March 17th, Saturday : Town Hall Meeting May 8th, Tuesday: SB Adopts Budget Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal
  45. Budget Updates will be posted at www.fccps.org/budget Falls Church City Public Schools FY13 Proposal

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