• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Budget Presentation 3-23-11
 

Budget Presentation 3-23-11

on

  • 576 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
576
Views on SlideShare
455
Embed Views
121

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

1 Embed 121

http://www.williamsoncentral.org 121

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • 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

Budget Presentation 3-23-11 Budget Presentation 3-23-11 Presentation Transcript

  • PUBLIC EDUCATION AT THE CROSSROADS
  • Four Factors
    • Three are revenue:
    • State Aid
    • Taxes
    • Reserves
    • Fourth one is expenses.
  • Governor’s cut to general aid was much more than anticipated
    • $ 1,480,623
    • 16.24% less than last year’s state aid
    • 7.83 % of this year’s total budget
    • Only state funds that were NOT cut
    • were for the UPK grant
  • How much of our budget is from the state?
  • Elimination Adjustment Per Student ($622) -2.1 44,646,051 1451 Nassau Carle Place ($697) -2.5 30,802,649 1120 Nassau Bellmore ($238) -1 34,880,460 1500 Westchester Rye Neck ($393) -1.4 38,088,703 1331 Westchester North Salem ($1,926) -10.8 20,678,583 1200 Wayne Williamson Cut per Student 2011-12 Cut as % of Budget 2010-11 Budget Student Population County District
  • In spite of it all…Our students are graduating at high levels 90% June 2010 93% June 2009 88% June 2008 Graduation Rate Year
  • Return on Investment
  • Budget Over the Last Three Years +0.29% $20,678,584 2010-11 -0.36% $20,617,865 2009-10 $20,691,523 2008-09 % Increase Budget Approved Budget Year
  • How did we balance our budget in 2010-11?
    • We used reserves
    • We cut 9 professional positions
    • Loss of .5 administrative position
    • Cut of 1.4 classified positions
  • Let’s not forget the 2009-10 school year… Loss of 7.5 professional positions, 5 classified positions
  • The bottom line for 2011-12
    • 1.4 million dollar loss of aid
    • 700,000 dollar increase in a roll-over budget includes
    • 14% increase in health insurance
    • 33% increase in retirement costs
    • TOTAL SHORTFALL
    • 2.2 million dollars
  • What we have decided so far.
    • We will apply the money from the Federal Jobs bill ($478,000).
    • We will use more money from our reserves($860,000).
    • AND
    • We still needed $993,615 through retirements, cuts, and concession .
  • One Change Since Last Meeting
    • We have added $200,000 additional revenue under the category of additional aid/reserves.
    • We still need to make cuts to meet our goal.
  • To meet our goal of . . .
    • A tax levy of about 3.2%.
    • An increase of the true tax rate of about 1.5%.
    • A decrease of the assessed tax rate of ( 3.4%).
  • Total Budget 20,280,584 35,400 6,195,915 975 953,914 10,815,145 2,279,234 2011-2012 -1.92% 20,678,583 TOTAL +23.39% 28,690 Interfund Transfers +3.52% 5,985,508 Undistributed -72.45% 3,538 Community Service 0.43% 949,829 Transportation -5.26% 11,415,650 Instruction -0.70% 2,295,368 General Support % Change 2010-2011
  • General Support
    • Elimination of one cleaner position.
    • Salary freeze for superintendent.
    • - Middle School assistant principal cut.
    • - Natural gas adjusted to meet current consumption
    -0.58 2,282,057 2,295,368 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
  • Enrollment
  • Enrollment History
  • Instruction -Less slots for Occupational Education, guidelines followed. -K-6 Summer School eliminated. -Limited Summer School –grades 7-12. -Includes 11.1 instructional cuts. -BOCES cuts-TSTT and Occupational Ed -5.03 10,841,145 11,415,650 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
  • Staff Reductions Retirement/Leave Savings
    • Only one positions of 4 retirements will be replaced.
        • Spanish
        • Reading (Teaching Assistant added)
        • Social Studies
        • + Science
    • Savings of $290,000 - includes salary and benefits.
    • One full year leave for Reading Teacher (Teaching Assistant added)
    • 4.0 Reduction
  • Staff Reductions-Instructional
    • RTI coordinator - ARRA position
    • Half of an art position
    • 1.5 Reduction
  • Additional Staff Reductions-Instructional
    • Enrichment Teacher (Elementary Tenure Area)
      • Some positions become stipends
      • Enrichment Teacher/Library Shared Position in Elementary School
      • Enrichment Teacher/Library Shared Position in Middle School
    • 7-12 Math
      • Less AIS Services
  • Additional Staff Reductions-Instructional
    • .5 Speech
      • No building level Speech services
    • .6 Psychologist
      • Elementary School and High School psychologist will need to cover Middle School evaluation needs
      • Reduced Counseling Service
      • High School Social Worker covers special education students in High School
      • Middle School Social Worker covers 5 th grade
  • Additional Staff Reductions-Instructional
    • Special Education
      • Learning center coverage becomes TA
      • AND
      • One less 6:1:1 class
    • .5 English
      • Reduced AIS Services
    • 5.6 Cuts
  • Total Instructional Cuts
    • Retirements/Leave 4.0
    • Cuts (Level 1) 1.5
    • Cuts (Level 2) 5.6
    • TOTAL 11.1 Instructional Positions
  • Instructional Needs ELL teacher Presently have someone working outside of their tenure area. Part-Time technology teacher Woodshop not being used Need for more electives
  • 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
  • Community Service - No door to door census -72.45 975 3,538 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
  • Undistributed
    • + Health insurance
    • + Retirement costs
    • + Worker’s Comp
    • - Debt Service
    • Social Security, Medicare because of staff cuts
    • - CSEA health concessions
    +3.52 6,195,915 5,985,508 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
  • Interfund + Change in funding special education summer school in governor’s budget +23.39 35,400 28,690 % CHANGE 2011-2012 2010-2011
    • Materials, supplies and contractual all were cut 5%.
    • This is a 15% cut over the last three years.
    All Categories
  • Total Budget 20,280,584 35,400 6,195,915 975 953,914 10,815,145 2,279,234 2011-2012 -1.92% 20,678,583 TOTAL +23.39% 28,690 Interfund Transfers +3.52% 5,985,508 Undistributed -72.45% 3,538 Community Service 0.43% 949,829 Transportation -5.26% 11,415,650 Instruction -0.70% 2,295,368 General Support % Change 2010-2011
  • 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 Paid for from Bus Purchase Reserve Fund
  • Levy, True Rate, Assessed Rate 3.87% 1.33% 5.57% 20,480,584 +4.0 3.31% -1.85% 5.01% 20,430,584 +3.0 2.75% -2.38% 4.44% 20,380,584 +2.0 2.20% -2.91% 3.88% 20,330,584 +1.0 1.64% -3.44% 3.31% 20,280,584 Rate/ Thousand True Rate/ Thousand Assessed Levy Budget FTE Restoration
  • Questions to answer
    • Do we want to go forward with all of the outlined cuts?
    • Do we want to increase the amount of reserves used?
    • Do we want to increase the rate/levy to keep some of the positions? (figure about $50,000 for 1.0 FTE)
    • Do you agree with the bus proposition?