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  • We are very dependent on state aid, we are considered an average needs district.

Budget Presentation 4-6-11 Budget Presentation 4-6-11 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?
  • 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 -1.68 $20,330,584 2011-12 +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 have we managed… Loss of 14.5 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
  • The last time we met. . .
    • We will applied the money from the Federal Jobs bill ($478,000).
    • We will used money from our reserves($860,000).
    • AND
    • We still needed $993,615 through retirements, cuts, and concession .
  • Since Our Last Meeting
    • We received our final state aid number
    • $8,950,541,
    • 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.
    • We still need to make cuts to meet our goal.
  • 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
  • Staff Reductions Retirement/Leave/Resignation
    • One of 4 retirements will be replaced.
        • - Spanish
        • - Reading
        • Social Studies
        • + Science
    • One full year leave for Reading Teacher (Teaching Assistant added)
    • Special Education resignation (no replacement)
    • 5.0 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
    • 1.0 Special Education
    • Staffing to enrollment
    • Learning Center teacher will also provide some special education services
    • .5 English
      • Reduced AIS Services
    • 4.6 Cuts
  • Total Instructional Cuts
    • Retirements/Leave/Resignation 5.0
    • Cuts (Level 1) 1.5
    • Cuts (Level 2) 4.6
    • TOTAL 11.1 Instructional Positions
  • Reinstatements . 5 Elementary position Keeps enrichment in the Elementary and a part time librarian in the Middle School. . 6 Psychologist Although the cut would not effect mandated services, the social emotional needs of our students would be effected. . 1 Additional English based on HS course selection. 1.0 Spanish Will cover our ELL needs and will also add one Reading teacher. 2.2 reinstatements
  • Future Instructional Needs Part-Time technology teacher Woodshop not being used Need for more electives
    • Materials, supplies and contractual all were cut 5%.
    • This is a 15% cut over the last three years.
    All Categories
  • Budget, Levy, Rates 3.87% 1.33% 5.57% 20,480,584 +3.0 3.31% -1.85% 5.01% 20,430,584 +2.0 2.75% -2.38% 4.44% 20,380,584 +1.0 2.20% -2.91% 3.88% 20,330,584 Rate/ Thousand True Rate/ Thousand Assessed Levy Budget FTE Restoration
  • Reserves, Levy, Rates 3.87% -1.33% 5.57% 20,330,584 -150,000 3.31% -1.85% 5.01% 20,330,584 -100,000 2.75% -2.38% 4.44% 20,330,584 -50,000 2.20% -2.91% 3.88% 20,330,584 Rate/ Thousand True Rate/ Thousand Assessed Levy Budget Less Reserves