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City of Carlsbad Presentation

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Presented to City of Carlsbad by Carlsbad Unified School District on March 12, 2012.

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City of Carlsbad Presentation

  1. 1. March 12, 20123/9/2012 1
  2. 2.  Average Daily Attendance (ADA) x Base Revenue = Base Revenue Limit (BRL)  BRL = Local Property Tax + State Aid BRL + Categoricals (State & Federal) + Local Income = Total Revenue Categoricals Total Students Base & Local Revenue Income3/9/2012 2
  3. 3.  Local Property Tax exceeds BRL http://www.edsource.org/iss_fin_sys_revlimits.html3/9/2012 3
  4. 4. • Even though we receive very little state aid, California has been reducing Categorical funding for Basic Aid districts to ensure that we take our “Fair Share” of the cuts• Revenue Reduction in “Other State Revenue” for CUSD: • 2009-10: $2,606,614 • 2010-11: $3,859,558 • 2011-12: $5,634,7713/9/2012 4
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  6. 6.  California demands and deserves a “world-class” education system The top five states, in terms of student performance, are Vermont, Rhode Island, Wyoming, New Jersey, and Maine The bottom five are California, Idaho, Mississippi, Nevada, and Arizona What’s different? California has fallen from number one to number 46 in per-ADA funding; and the results bear that out Top Five Bottom Five $16,000 – $6,700 – Per-student spending $22,000 $8,700 Percent of state 4.2% – 6.0% 3.2% – 3.9% resources 4th Grade NAEP* 32% – 44% 22% – 33% 8th Grade NAEP* 34% – 47% 19% – 37%3/9/2012 *National Assessments of Educational Progress 6
  7. 7. Average Unified District Projected Statutory COLA Flat Funding $6,742 Actual Funding $6,700 Midyear Cut $6,535 $6,411 $6,392 $6,150 Loss of COLADollars Per ADA $5,821 $5,700 $5,821 Loss of $5,668 baseline dollars $5,244 $5,231 $5,281 Loss due to midyear cut $4,981 $4,921 $4,700 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 3/9/2012 7
  8. 8. $90,000,000.00 $88,000,000.00 $86,000,000.00 $84,000,000.00 $82,000,000.00 $80,000,000.00 $78,000,000.00 $76,000,000.00 $74,000,000.00 $72,000,000.00 $70,000,000.00 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Mar-12 Revenues $71,585,198.00 $81,515,019.00 $86,090,419.00 $89,346,873.00 $85,934,756.00 $82,598,872.00 $73,881,246.00 Expenditures $72,003,526.00 $78,516,236.00 $81,547,117.00 $83,895,662.00 $87,684,101.00 $84,264,075.00 $81,310,411.003/9/2012 8
  9. 9. 11000 10800 10600 10400 10200ADA 10000 9800 9600 9400 9200 9000 2009 2010 2011 Adopted 2012 ADA 10317 10417 10593 105963/9/2012 9
  10. 10.  Data from http://www.ed- data.k12.ca.us  Most recent data available is from 2009-103/9/2012 10
  11. 11. Amount Other Local Revenue Other Sources 7% 1% Other State Revenue 6% Federal Revenue 4% Property Taxes 82% Data from Second Interim Report, March 20123/9/2012 11
  12. 12. Services/Other Capital Outlay Other Outgo & Oper. 0% Debt Service Expenditures 1% 13% Books & Supplies 3% Certificated Salaries Employee Benefits 48% 21% Classified Salaries 14% Data from Second Interim Report, March 20123/9/2012 12
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  14. 14.  Increasing class size in grades 1-3 to approximately 32 students in each class. Eliminating K-6 Home Study program. Eliminating one Director of Curriculum & Instruction position. Eliminating the Administrative Assistant—Language Assessment Center position. Eliminating one English Language Development Resource Teacher. Leaving vacant two Instructional Aide—Computer Lab positions. Elimination of general education summer school (K-8) and reduction of general education summer school (high school). Eliminating two part-time certificated librarians. Leaving vacant the position of Executive Assistant, Business Services. Reducing deferred maintenance contributions.3/9/2012 14
  15. 15.  Reduce start-up spending in 2012-13 for Sage Creek High School Reduce Administration/Management expenses Reduction in Travel and Conference budgets Reduction in Site/Department accounts Reduction in Special Education budget based on program savings Elimination of Classified positions Reduction in Athletics budget Reduction or elimination of programs such as Cal-SAFE and Add-Up3/9/2012 15
  16. 16. Reduce CVA by 3.0 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Teachers Increase staffing ratio at CHS to 38.5 Increase staffing ratio in grades 4-8 to 36 in 2013-14 Eliminate 1.0 Librarian Eliminate 1.4 .4 FTE Psychologists Eliminate 1.0 FTE Executive Assistant, Business Services Eliminate 1.0 FTE Custodian Reduce Tier III Certificated Non-instructional Hourly Reduce Personnel Commission Discretionary Budget Reduce School Resource Officer Contract Reduce Write4Fun Contractual by 50% 25% Eliminate Kontraband Contract Reduce Sage Creek Expenditures in 2013-143/9/2012 16
  17. 17.  Notices to all management, confidential, and supervisory employees of potential salary reductions and/or work day reductions for 2012-13 Layoff notices to over 100 teachers3/9/2012 17
  18. 18.  Resolve $5 million deficit for 2012-13  Collective Bargaining ▪ Wages ▪ Benefits ▪ Retiree Benefits  School Closures ▪ Buena Vista Elementary ▪ Carlsbad Village Academy  Revenue Enhancements “Safety Net” would require implementation of teacher layoff notices and further increases in class size3/9/2012 18
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  20. 20. 1000 900 800 700API 600 500 400 300 200 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 CUSD 812 821 828 829 843 857 859 867
  21. 21.  School Resource Officers Joint Use Agreement re: playing fields Emergency Preparedness CHSTV studio channel and content Restroom building near the tennis courts at CHS Opportunities for the City of Carlsbad to advance education opportunities for students living in Carlsbad including but not limited to libraries, student and staff recognition, travel to competitions, maintenance of low class sizes, online learning, one to one computing, 24- 7 student access to wi-fi and broadband, smart city concept, technology purchases, bed tax or utility tax for educational technology, online learning licenses to broaden academic offerings Matching donations to education foundations as done in the city of Irvine, State revenue anticipation loan for Sage Creek High School Straight donation of dollars to education as done in San Francisco and Santa Monica Potential sharing of facilities, shared work force through a joint powers agreement, Assistance with land swap if appropriate Public safety access to open space from college and cannon. A schools portion added to the citizens academy. Other3/9/2012 21

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