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WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
WCSD Budget Hearing Presentation
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  • 1. 2013-2014 BudgetNew year, same story.
  • 2. GEA Restoration 2012-2013Per StudentWilliamsonGap Elimination201 1 - 1 2 Budget ($1,474)Gap Restoration 201 2- 1 3Budget $113Gap Remaining ($1 ,361 )
  • 3. The Problem ContinuesGEA for 2012-13 ($1,700,916)Budget Restorationfor 2013-14 $406,923GEA Restoration perStudent for 2013-14 $240GEA Remaining ($1,293,993)Amount/StudentRemaining ($1,121)
  • 4. State Aid Over Time05,000,00010,000,00015,000,00020,000,00025,000,000Budget 17,174,303 18,792,757 19,987,180 20,691,523 20,617,865 20,678,584 20,330,584 20,506,817 21,051,455State Aid 8,864,024 9,680,856 10,190,000 10,759,000 11,000,000 10,038,237 8,950,541 9,309,057 9,589,505Percentage 51.61% 51.51% 50.98% 52.00% 53.35% 48.54% 44.03% 45.39% 45.55%05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14
  • 5. Where We StartedWith a $1,000,000 shortfall.
  • 6. Attrition Cuts• 3 Elementary Positions• One Guidance Position• One Special Ed PositionSavings $500,000
  • 7. Staffing to Enrollment• .5 English• .5 Special EducationSavings $70,000
  • 8. Non-Mandated AreasClass SizeKindergartenAthleticsArt (K-6)LibraryMusic (K-6)Technology (H.S.)Technology Teaching Asst.NursesAP CoursesEnrichmentTransportation (2-3 Miles)ES Summer SchoolSports Physicals paid by theDistrictOccupational Education(BOCES)Conferences/InserviceAssembliesField TripsClubsAdult EducationCurriculum CoordinatorsIntramuralsCounseling ServicesGemini CoursesSchool-to-WorkElementary Foreign LanguageGEDHS Summer School
  • 9. Cost of ProgramCategory CostLibrary $ 35,000Athletics (includes transportationand referee costs) $ 295,000Enrichment (re-deploy staff) $ 35,000High School summer schoolBOCES aidable $ 38,500Art K-6 $ 80,000Music K-6 $ 84,000Curriculum Coordinators (use STLEcoaches) $ ( 21,048 )One counselor/buildingattrition (4 remaining) $ -Occupational EducationBOCES aidable (change thecriteria to have credits in placeby June, no summer school) $ 256,000AP/ Gemini per period for 11periods (offer some classes bi-anually) $ 154,000 (1,400-2,800)
  • 10. TotalAttrition Cuts 500,000Additional StaffCuts 94,000Medical InsuranceSavings 90,000Grant Salaries 60,000Total 744,000
  • 11. Additional CutsEquipment 10% DecreaseContractual 5% DecreaseMaterials/Supplies 10% DecreaseComputers/Software 10% Decrease
  • 12. Bottom LineBudget 2013-14 $21,051,455Increase $544,638% Increase 2.66%Levy 2.99%
  • 13. Tax RatesEstimated Rate increases2.79%Tax Rate increase/$1,000$.65House assessed at $100,000$65.00
  • 14. Tax RateEstimated TaxRate/$1,000 Assessed2012-13 $23.482013-14 $24.13$0.65
  • 15. 2013-14 School STARExemptionBASIC STAR $30,000BASIC STAR is available to anyone who owns and livesin his or her home and earns less than $500,000Enhanced STAR $63,300Enhanced STAR is available to senior homeownerswhose incomes do not exceed $79,050
  • 16. Effect of STAR Exemption AmountsExample:BASIC STARENHANCEDSTARAssessed Value of Property $100,000 $100,0002011-12 Exemption Amount ($30,000) ($63,300)Taxable Value of Home $70,000 $36,700Est. Tax Rate on Assessed Value * $0.02413 $0.02413Est. taxes owed after STARExemption * * $1,689 $885* Estimated tax rate per $1,000 ofTaxable Assessed Valuewithout STAR $24.13 $24.13* * Effective tax rate per $1,000of Taxable Assessed Value withSTAR Exemption $16.89 $8.85
  • 17. Proposition 1Shall the proposed budget for the2013-2014 school year in the amountof $21,051,455 be approved?
  • 18. Budget ComparisonTOTAL BUDGET 2012-2013$20,506,817TOTAL BUDGET 2013-2014$21,051,455
  • 19. Revenue ComparisonTOTAL REVENUE 2012-2013$20,506,817TOTAL REVENUE 2013-2014$21,051,455
  • 20. Our Budget Over TimeYear Budget Change2008-09 $20,691,5232009-10 $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%Proposed2013-2014$21,051,455 +2.66%
  • 21. Facts to Consider• Over 6 years, our budget has increased a total of 1.77%.• Williamson’s gap elimination over time has been $6,119,284.over the last three years.• The gap elimination amount that still remains is $1,293,993.• We have managed by cutting 29 positions over 4 years, aswell as cutting building budgets by 30%.
  • 22. Proposition 2Purchases Buses• One handicap bus $70,000• One large 62 passenger bus $119,000Total (LESS TRADE IN) $189,000Cost covered by reserves and state aid.NO INCREASE IN TAXES.
  • 23. Proposition 3Set up a new bus reserve fund and transferthe money from the old one into it.• Establish 2013 Bus Purchase Reserve Fund• Fund Maximum is $500,000• Transfer $344,375 from the old fund intothe new fund
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  • 25. The Importance of Good Schoolsto a CommunityGood SchoolsAttract families, strengthen the local economy, andenhance property values.Ensure all students will be prepared and competitive in aglobal economy.Offer every child a world-class education.Teach students from all backgrounds how to live andparticipate in our democracy.Adopted from NYSSBA
  • 26. Our Graduation RatesYearGraduationRate2009 93%2010 93%2011 94%
  • 27. Elementary School
  • 28. Middle School
  • 29. High School
  • 30. Tuesday, May 21st1-9 PMWilliamson Middle School GymnasiumVOTE
  • 31. Questions

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