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  • 1. 2013-2014 Budget New year, same story.
  • 2. The Problem Last Year Per Student WilliamsonGap Elimination2011-12 Budget ($1,474)Gap Restoration 2012-13 Budget $113Gap Remaining ($1,361)
  • 3. The Problem Continues This YearGEA this Year’s Budget ($1,700,916)Governor’s BudgetRestoration $162,589GEA Remaining ($1,538,327)Amount per Student ($1,348)
  • 4. Percent of Restoration35.00%30.00%25.00%20.00%15.00%10.00% 5.00% 0.00% Wayne Marion Williamson Pal-Mac Gananda Sodus Newark NR-Wol Lyons Red Creek Clyde-Sav
  • 5. 0(1,600) (1,400) (1,200) (1,000) (800) (600) (400) (200) Phelps-Clifton Springs (1,492) Marion (1,473) Gorham (1,436) Seneca Falls (1,409) Romulus (1,396) Williamson (1,348) Manchester-Shortsville (1,317) Bloomfield (1,299) Honeoye (1,261) Palmyra-Macedon (1,185) Penn Yan (1,048) Wayne (1,010) (975) Canandaigua Sodus Gananda (879) (858) North Rose-Wolcott (761) Geneva (750) GEA Loss Per Student Waterloo (745) Naples (745) Lyons (721) Newark (711) Dundee (677) (672) Clyde-Savannah Red Creek (644) Victor (576) WFL Average (1,212)
  • 6. Our Budget Year Budget Change 2008-09 $20,691,523 2009-10 $20,617,865 -0.36% 2010-11 $20,678,584 +0.29% 2011-12 $20,380,583 -1.44% 2012-13 $20,506,817 +0.62%
  • 7. This Year.5 Groundskeeper.8 Science.6 English.5 Elementary1.4 Math1.0 Reading
  • 8. Two Years Ago  One Reading Teacher  One Salaried Bus Driver  One Social Studies Teacher  One Special Education Teacher  One RTI coordinator  .5 Art Teacher  .5 Enrichment Teacher  .5 Math Teacher  .5 Speech Teacher  .4 English Teacher
  • 9. Three Years Ago Two elementary positions Half an Administrative position One English position (retirement) Share Occupational and Physical Therapy services ES Home School Counselor .4 School Psychologist (voluntary change) Two Teaching Assistants In-House Support for Assistive Technology (.5 Speech) One ELL (English Language Learners-retirement) Physical Education (retirement, .5 replacement) Clerk Typist (retirement) Network Technician (.4)
  • 10. Where We StartWith a $1,000,000 shortfall.
  • 11. The Importance of Good Schools to a CommunityGood Schools Attract families, strengthen the local economy, and enhance property values. Ensure all students will be prepared and competitive in a global economy. Offer every child a world-class education. Teach students from all backgrounds how to live and participate in our democracy. Adopted from NYSSBA
  • 12. How do we build a budget?
  • 13. 2013-14 BUDGET Ways to Balance  Lobby for Additional State Additional Supply Cuts  Additional Equipment Cuts  Union Concessions  Personnel Cuts  Non-mandated Programs  Attrition Cuts
  • 14. Attrition Cuts3 Elementary PositionsOne Guidance PositionOne Special Ed PositionSavings $500,000
  • 15. Other Potential Cuts.5 Physical Education (Full-time TA).5 English1.5 Special EducationSavings $120,000
  • 16. Non-Mandated AreasClass Size Occupational Education(BOCES)Kindergarten Conferences/InserviceAthletics AssembliesArt (K-6) Field Trips ClubsLibrary Adult EducationMusic (K-6) Curriculum CoordinatorsTechnology (H.S.) IntramuralsTechnology Teaching Asst. Counseling ServicesNurses Gemini CoursesAP Courses School-to-WorkEnrichment Elementary Foreign LanguageTransportation (2-3 Miles) GEDES Summer School HS Summer SchoolSports Physicals paid by the District
  • 17. Cost of ProgramCategory CostLibrary $ 35,000Athletics (includes transportation and referee costs) $ 295,000Enrichment (re-deploy staff) $ 35,000High School summer school BOCES aidable $ 38,500Art K-6 $ 80,000Music K-6 $ 84,000Curriculum Coordinators (use STLE coaches) $ ( 21,048 )One counselor/building attrition (4 remaining) $ -Occupational Education BOCES aidable (change the criteria to have credits in place by June, no summer school) $ 256,000AP/ Gemini per period for 11 periods (offer some classes bi-anually) $ 154,000 (1,400-2,800)
  • 18. Organization Estimated building use chargeAmerican Red Cross Blood Drive $ 70.00Bible Baptist Church Youth Group $ 42.00Boy Scouts - Recruitment $ 42.00Chamber of Commerce - Halloween $ 105.00Cheerleader Booster Club (Cheer Camp 2 days) $ 56.00Child Evangelism Fellowship $ 476.00Civic Betterment Assn. - Apple Blossom Road Race $ 56.00CSD Monarch $ 28.00Dollars for Scholars - Award Ceremony $ 42.00Girl Scout Community Service Event $ 42.00Girl Scout Cookie Kick Off Event $ 28.00Girl Scout Meetings Troop $ 609.00Girl Scout Registration $ 28.00Girl Scout Service Unit Event $ 210.00PTSA Movie Night $ 56.00PTSA Fundraiser - Zumba $ 42.00PTSA monthly meetings $ 140.00Recreation Committee - BRAVO Summer Theater Camp $ 448.00Recreation Committee - ENCORE Summer Theater Camp $ 588.00Williamson Wildcats (14 weeks) $ 784.00Williamson Wildcats (15 weeks) $ 1,680.00Young Life $ 77.00Potential Revenue $ 5,649.00
  • 19. TotalAttrition Cuts 500,000Additional Staff Cuts 120,000Other Cuts 23,848Medical InsuranceSavings 120,000Grant Salaries 60,000Total 823,848
  • 20. Bottom LineBudget 2013-14 $21,079,205Increase $572,388% Increase 2.79%Levy Within the tax cap limit
  • 21. Class Size Sections Class Size K 4 18 1 4 15 2 5 17 3 3 20 4 4 23 5 3 26 6 3 20
  • 22. Increase In Aid?No further cuts-Stay with those outlined aboveAdd one teaching position back into the budget to cover an increases in enrollment in a grade levelReduce the levy