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2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011
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2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011

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  • 1. Citrus County School District
    FY 2012
    Budget
    Forward Look
  • 2. Current FY 12 Budget Projectionsas Compared to Third Calculation
    Governor’s Budget: $8.2 MM Reduction or 8% which equates to a reduction of $607.97 per student
    House Budget: $8 MM Reduction or 7.7% which equates to a reduction of $415.40 per student (This version takes into account the FTE reduction)
    Senate Budget: $7.2 MM Reduction or 7% which equates to a reduction of $367.34 per student (This version takes into account the FTE reduction)
  • 3. FRS Factor
    Current Proposed Budget Reductions do not factor in the proposed employee FRS contribution
    Governor has proposed a 5% employee contribution to FRS
    House has proposed a 3% employee contribution to FRS
    Senate currently has graduated % scale based on salary for the employee contribution to FRS
  • 4. Net Proposed Budget Reduction after Employee FRS Contribution
    Governor’s Net Proposed Budget Reduction: $4.9MM or 4.7%
    House Net Proposed Budget Reduction: $6MM or 5.78% (Includes the FTE reduction)
    Senate Net Proposed Budget Reduction: $4.7MM or 4.53%(Includes the FTE reduction)
  • 5. The Budget Reduction after the Dust Settles?
    The Belief is that once the House and Senate come together the budget reduction will be around 5%.
    What does that mean to Citrus County School District: $5.2MM reduction or 5%.
  • 6. Citrus County School District Plan to Compensate for Budget Reductions
    Planned and prepared for the loss of the Federally funded ARRA (stimulus) funds by reserving $5 MM to help offset the reductions.
    Utilize a strategy over two years to compensate for budget reductions
    Minimize the impact on student learning and success that the District has achieved
    Minimize the impact on employees
    No reduction in the Arts, Music and PE offerings, including Athletics
  • 7.
  • 8. Proposed Budget Reductions at the District Level
    $ 400,000
    $ 80,000
    $ 200,000
    $ 100,000
    $ 150,000
    $ 45,000
    $ 300,000
    $ 200,000
    $ 100,000
    $ 102,000
    $1,677,000
    Cost Shift % of TA’s at Elem. and Middle Schools to Food Service
    Reorganization of Purchasing and Finance
    Reorganization of Supt. Staff
    Restructure Phone Lease
    Restructure Bus Routes
    Keep Route Manager Position open
    P&C Insurance
    New WAN bid
    RTTT cost shift
    Reduce open Transportation positions
    Total District Savings
  • 9. Proposed School Based Budget Reductions
    High Schools
    3 Office Clerks ( ARRA funded)
    3 SAI Aides
    Reorganize Instructional Technology Specialist Position
    Reorganize Reading Coach Position
    1 CDE Instructor
    Reduce Substitute budget
    Eliminate Acceleration Camp
    Total High School
    $ 64,500
    $ 52,200
    $ 50,000
    $100,000
    $ 36,000
    $ 30,000
    $ 25,000
    $357,700
  • 10. Proposed School Based Budget Reductions
    Middle School
    4 Teacher Aides (ARRA Funded)
    4 SAI Aides
    Reorganize Instructional Technology Specialist Position
    Reduce Substitute budget
    Eliminate Acceleration Camp
    Total Middle School
    $ 69,600
    $ 50,000
    $ 50,000
    $ 20,000
    $ 25,000
    $214,600
  • 11. Proposed School Based Budget Reductions
    Elementary School
    10 Teacher Aides (ARRA Funded)
    10 SAI Aides
    Reduce Substitute Budget
    Cost Shift TOSA’s to 15% IDEA
    Total Elementary Schools
    Specialty Schools
    1 SAI Aide
    Reduce Substitute Budget
    Total Specialty Schools
    $ 174,000
    $ 125,000
    $ 27,500
    $ 103,000
    $ 429,500
    $ 12,500
    $ 22,500
    $ 35,000
  • 12. Total Proposed Budget Reductions
    District
    High Schools
    Middle Schools
    Elementary Schools
    Specialty Schools
    Grand Total
    $1,677,000
    $ 357,700
    $ 214,600
    $ 429,500
    $ 35,000
    $2,713,800
  • 13. Proposed Budget Reductions in Year 2
    Examine School Schedules –esp. @ High School
    Monitor Class Size Requirements to maximize Student to Teacher ratios
    Continue to evaluate processes and systems to increase efficiencies.
  • 14. School Staffing
    Current School Staffing is based on the projected FTE at the beginning of the year. This current school year the enrollment is down approximately 400 students District wide.
    Next school year enrollment is expected to be down approximately 250 students.
    Two year total reduction is approximately 650 student over two years.
  • 15. High School Staffing
    LHS
    Reduction of 2 units
    CHS
    Reduction of 7 units
    CRHS
    Reduction of 13 units
    FTE
    FY 11 FY 11 FY 12
    Projections Actual Projections
    1,821 1,713 1,787
    1,623 1,552 1,547
    1,296 1,176 1,124
  • 16. Middle School Staffing
    FTE
    FY 11 FY 11 FY 12
    Projections Actual Projections
    1,180 1,115 1,091
    838 847 856
    734 741 714
    836 815 799
    IMS
    Reduction of 3 units
    CRMS
    Reduction of 0 units
    LMS
    Reduction of 3 units
    CSMS
    Reduction of 2 units
  • 17. Elementary School Staffing
    FTE
    FY 11 FY 11 FY 12
    Projections Actual Projections
    775 727 752
    687 706 718
    639 651 669
    369 353 352
    CRES
    Reduction of 1 unit
    CSES
    Gain 1 unit
    CRPS
    Reduction of 0 units
    FCES
    Reduction of 0 units
  • 18. Elementary School Staffing (continued)
    FTE
    FY 11 FY 11 FY 12
    Projections Actual Projections
    772 723 701
    653 606 655
    375 355 347
    697 723 688
    FRES
    Reduction of 1.5 units
    HER
    Reduction of 1 unit
    HOM
    Reduction of 1 unit
    IPS
    Reduction of 1 unit
  • 19. Elementary School Staffing (continued)
    FTE
    FY 11 FY 11 FY 12
    Projections Actual Projections
    790 780 776
    741 702 688
    687 637 614
    LPS
    Reduction of 1.5 units
    PGES
    Reduction of .5 unit
    RCES
    Reduction of 2 units
  • 20. Specialty School Staffing
    FTE
    FY 11 FY 11 FY 12
    Projections Actual Projections
    160 108 100
    103 177 170
    64 38 70
    Renaissance Center
    Reduction of 0 units
    CREST
    Reduction of 0 units
    WTI
    Reduction of 2.25 units
  • 21. Total Reduction Based on School Staffing
    High Schools $1,016,400
    Middle Schools $ 369,600
    Elementary Schools $ 438,900
    Specialty Schools $ 150,000
    Total $1,974,900
  • 22. Education Jobs Fund
    Currently employed 56 Term Teacher Aides from the Education Job Funds. These funds will end this Fiscal Year.
    High School 12 Aides $208,800
    Middle School 11 Aides $191,400
    Elementary School 28 Aides $487,200
    Specialty School 5 Aides $ 87,000
    Total $974,400
  • 23. Summary of Proposed Budget Reductions
    Budget $2,405,700
    ARRA $ 308,100
    FTE/Staffing $ 1,974,900
    Education Jobs Fund $ 974,400
    Total Proposed Budget
    Reductions $5,663,100
  • 24. Questions?

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