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  • We are very dependent on state aid, we are considered an average needs district.
  • 113,000 more debt. 1.4% increase in Workman’s Compensation, 4.1% Health Insurance costs; 5.2% Increase due to capital project
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    • 1. PUBLIC EDUCATION AT THE CROSSROADS
    • 2. Four Factors
      • Three are revenue:
      • State Aid
      • Taxes
      • Reserves
      • Fourth one is expenses.
    • 3. State Aid Picture
      • We received $8,950,541 in general aid.
      • This is a loss of $1,666 per student.
      • Less than we received in 06-07 and only $100,000 more than we receive in 05-06.
      • The concern of a tax cap still lingers.
    • 4. How much of our budget is from the state?
    • 5. How have we managed in the past… Loss of 14.5 professional positions, 5 classified positions
    • 6. How did we make up the gap this year?
      • We applied the money from the Federal Jobs bill ($478,000).
      • We used money from our reserves($860,000)
      • We needed to increases taxes.
      • We still needed to reduce the budget .
    • 7. Total Budget 20,380,584 35,400 6,226,515 975 953,914 10,884,545 2,279,235 2011-2012 -1.44% 20,678,583 TOTAL +23.39% 28,690 Interfund Transfers +4.03% 5,985,508 Undistributed -72.45% 3,538 Community Service +0.43% 949,829 Transportation -4.65% 11,415,650 Instruction -0.70% 2,295,368 General Support % Change 2010-2011
    • 8. General Support
      • Elimination of one cleaner position.
      • Salary freeze for superintendent and administrators
      • - Natural gas adjusted to meet current consumption
      -0.70 2,279,235 2,295,368 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
    • 9. Enrollment
    • 10. Enrollment History
    • 11. Instruction -Less slots for Occupational Education, guidelines followed. -K-6 Summer School eliminated. -Limited Summer School –grades 7-12. -Includes 7 instructional cuts. -BOCES cuts-TSTT and Occupational Ed -4.65 10,884,545 11,415,650 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
    • 12. Staff Reductions Retirement/Leave/Resignation
      • One of 4 retirements three will be replaced.
          • + Spanish
          • + Reading
          • Social Studies
          • + Science
      • One full year leave for Reading Teacher (Teaching Assistant added)
      • Special Education resignation (no replacement)
      • 3.0 Reduction
    • 13. Staff Reductions-Instructional
      • RTI coordinator - ARRA position
      • Half of an art position
      • 1.5 Reduction
    • 14. Additional Staff Reductions-Instructional
      • .5 Enrichment Teacher (Elementary Tenure Area)
        • Some positions become stipends
        • ES Enrichment Teacher covers the MS Library
        • .5 7-12 Math
        • Less AIS Services
    • 15. Additional Staff Reductions-Instructional
      • .6 Special Education
      • Staffing to enrollment
      • Learning Center teacher will also provide
      • some special education services
      • .5 Speech
        • No building level Speech services
      • .4 English
        • Reduced AIS Services
      • 2.5 Cuts
    • 16. Total Instructional Cuts
      • Retirements/Leave/Resignation 3.0
      • Cuts (Level 1) 1.5
      • Cuts (Level 2) 2.5
      • TOTAL 7 Instructional Positions
    • 17. In spite of it all…Our students are graduating at high levels 90% June 2010 93% June 2009 88% June 2008 Graduation Rate Year
    • 18. Return on Investment
    • 19. Budget Over the Last Three Years -1.44 $20,380,584 2011-12 +0.29% $20,678,583 2010-11 -0.36% $20,617,865 2009-10 $20,691,523 2008-09 % Increase Budget Approved Budget Year
    • 20. Transportation - One full time salaried bus driver (one less in-district run). + Increase in fuel cost. +0.43 953,914 949,829 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
    • 21. Community Service - No door to door census -72.45 975 3,538 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
    • 22. Major Cost Drivers
    • 23. Undistributed
      • + Health insurance
      • + Retirement costs
      • + Worker’s Comp
      • - Debt Service
      • Social Security, Medicare because of staff cuts
      • - CSEA health concessions
      +4.03 6,226,515 5,985,508 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
    • 24. Interfund + Change in funding special education summer school in governor’s budget +23.39 35,400 28,690 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
    • 25.
      • Materials, supplies and contractual all were cut 5%.
      • This is a 15% cut over the last three years.
      All Categories
    • 26. Budget Comparison TOTAL BUDGET 2011-2012 $20,380,584 TOTAL BUDGET 2010-2011 $20,678,584 Transportation 5% Instruction 55% Undistributed 29% General Support 11% Transportation 5% General Support 11% Undistributed 31% Instruction 53%
    • 27. Williamson Central School District -1.44% % Decrease $ 298,000 $ Decrease $ 20,380,584 Budget 11-12 $ 20,678,584 Budget 10-11
    • 28. Revenue Comparison REVENUE 2010-11 Property Tax 45 % State Aid 43% Aid Restoration 1% Reserves 4% Other 4% Fund Balance 1% Sales Tax 2% REVENUE 2011-12
    • 29. Williamson Central School District
      • Rate / True 2010-2011 $22.64
      • 2011-2012 $23.26
      • Increase 2.75%
      • Rate Assessed 2010-2011 $23.83
      • 2011-2012 $23.26
      • Decrease -2.38%
      • If your house was assessed at $100,000 last year and again this year, your taxes would decrease $57.00.
    • 30. 2011-12 School STAR Exemption
      • BASIC STAR $30,000
      • BASIC STAR is available to anyone who owns and lives
      • in his or her home and earns less than $500,000
      • Enhanced STAR $60,100
      • Enhanced STAR is available to senior homeowners
      • whose incomes do not exceed $79,050
    • 31. Effect of STAR Exemption Amounts $9.28   $16.28 * * Effective tax rate per $1,000 of Taxable Assessed Value with STAR Exemption $23.26   $23.26 * Estimated tax rate per $1,000 of Taxable Assessed Value without STAR $928   $1,628 Est. taxes owed after STAR Exemption * * $0.02326   $0.02326 Est. Tax Rate on Assessed Value * $39,900   $70,000 Taxable Value of Home ($60,100)   ($30,000) 2011-12 Exemption Amount $100,000   $100,000 Assessed Value of Property ENHANCED STAR   BASIC STAR Example:
    • 32. Proposition 1 Shall the proposed budget for the 2011-2012 school year, in the amount of $20,380,584 be approved ?
    • 33. Proposition 2 Bus Shall the Board of Education be authorized to purchase one (1) 43 passenger bus at an estimated maximum cost of up to $117,000 and one ( 1) 14 passenger bus at an estimated maximum cost of up to $53,000 and to authorize the purchase of same in the full amount through the issuance of debt obligations of the School District, or to reduce the amount of such obligations by authorizing $170,000 from the Bus Purchase Reserve Fund , or any portion thereof as the Board of Education may determine, for the remainder as necessary for this purpose in an aggregate amount not to exceed such estimated costs, and to levy a tax in annual installments to pay the principal and interest thereon as the same shall become due. Authorizes the purchase of two buses-one large and one small Paid for from Bus Purchase Reserve Fund
    • 34. Academic Successes
    • 35. Application of Skills
    • 36. Teaching the Whole Child
    • 37. Williamson Middle School Team work in academics and community Students create a human flag as part of Olweus 9-11 Remembrance Walk
    • 38. Williamson Middle School Team work in academics and community Mrs. Ludwig at Open House Mrs. Luke’s class - Start the Fire project
    • 39. W illiamson H igh S chool Opportunities for all! Musical Opportunities Project Lead the Way Pre-Engineering Program Advanced Placement Courses Athletic & Extra-Curricular Activities
    • 40.