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Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network
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The GSON organization has put this information together in a series of 5 video presentations narrated by Green Schools Students, and community members. The entire presentation can also be seen live at various community events between now and the May 3rd Election. If you would like to find out when and where to go to see this presentation and participate in discussion please email greenschoolsoutreachnetwork@gmail.com

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Selling the Value of Green Local Schools - A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network

  1. 1. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Introduction Selling the Value of Green Local Schools A five part presentation from the Green Schools Outreach Network greenschoolsoutreachnetwork@gmail.comYES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!
  2. 2. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Recap, March 14th School Board MeetingPaid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319   The School Board is required by Law to present a balanced budget to the Ohio Department of Education.   The Administration and Board anticipated a 25% cut in State funding. We now know that Governor Kasich s budget cuts our State funding by 27%.   Issue 8, a five year Emergency Operating Levy for $4.8 million annually, or 6.75 mills has been placed on the May 3rd 2011 Primary/Special Election. Since the 25% projection is very close to the 27% reality this Levy will meet our Schools needs. www.GreenForKids.org
  3. 3. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Recap, March 14th School Board MeetingPaid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319   Even with passage of the Levy some actions will occur. Kleckner will close, a pay to participate fee will be enacted and there will be a 22 teacher reduction in force.   If the Levy fails an additional 55 teachers and a total of 104 employees will be let go. Educational offerings and bussing will be reduced to the state minimum, and pay to participate fees will be increased significantly.   Superintendent Nutters presentation of these cuts is available on line at http://gson.greenforkids.org/? p=999 www.GreenForKids.org
  4. 4. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 What Will Issue 8 Cost? $50 Additional Property Tax $40 Monthly Cost of $30 $20 Additional Tax = (1/12) X (Owner Occupied Disount (0.875) X 35% of Market Value X Additional Millage/1000) $10 =(1/12) X ( 0.875 X (0.35 X Value) X 6.75/1000) $75,000 $100,000 $125,000 $150,000 $175,000 $200,000 $225,000 $250,000 $275,000 $300,000 Market Value of Your Home 4 www.GreenForKids.org
  5. 5. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 What is in this series of presentations?   Part I – Greens academic performance   Part II – Current comparisons. State Averages, Comparable Districts in the State, and Districts in Stark and Summit Counties   A Look at trends in Green over the last 10 years –  Part III - Green schools enrollment growth, teachers salary and expense per student –  Part IV - Growth in Green, Taxes to the Schools and Property Tax   Part V - Voter participation in May elections www.GreenForKids.org
  6. 6. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Part I Green Schools Academic PerformanceYES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!
  7. 7. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Academic Performance   Green is among the Top 23 School Districts in the State of Ohio. –  There are 616 Districts –  Green is in the Elite top 4% of Schools in the state   70% of graduating seniors head to an accredited 4 year college compared to the national average of 40%   Green has a phenomenal 5 National Merit Scholars in the Senior Class this year. Many schools have none. www.GreenForKids.org
  8. 8. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Academic Performance   To this point Green Schools have been able to meet the needs of all their students. Green currently offers services to address outstanding performance needs like Advanced Placement Courses and Gifted Pull-Out classes. These will be eliminated if the levy fails.   The Battelle Institute rated Green as the Number One school in Ohio for Academic Performance last year. www.GreenForKids.org
  9. 9. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Green Academics Vs. State AveragePaid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Green Schools Reading Math 100% Science Writing Green currently has 95% Social Studies a Gifted Program. State of Ohio These students 90% achieve at 100% Proficiency Test Results proficient across 85% every grade. The program will be 80% eliminated if the 75% levy fails. 70% 65% 60% 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade 3rd Grade 9 www.GreenForKids.org
  10. 10. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! AN OSU STUDY SHOWSPaid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Green Schools THAT 1% PROFICIENCY = Reading Math ½% HOME VALUE 100% Science Writing 95% Social Studies State of Ohio Per the OSU study, homes 90% Proficiency Test Results in Green demand about a 85% 9 % premium over the About an 18% Difference same property in 80% Average-ville , OH. 75% 70% 65% 60% 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade 3rd Grade 10 www.GreenForKids.org
  11. 11. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Part II ODE Comparative Data This is comparative Ohio Department of Education data graphed by GSONIt can get a little busy so look for Orange bars for Green Schools, Blue bars forComparable Districts, Black for the State Average, and Light Gray for Neighbors YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!
  12. 12. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 12 Teacher Average Salary $40,000 $45,000 $50,000 $55,000 $60,000 $65,000 $70,000 $75,000 Osnaburg Local Alliance City Salaries Sandy Valley Local Coventry Local Minerva Local Marlington Local Fairless Local Manchester Local YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Tuslaw Local Massillon City Norton City Plain Local Jackson Local Cuyahoga Falls City Louisville City Lake Local Barberton City Green Local Canton City State Average Data North Canton City Northwest Local Mogadore Localwww.GreenForKids.org Nordonia Hills City Woodridge Local Comparable Districts Canton Local Perry Local Akron City Springfield Local Stow-Munroe Falls City Tallmadge City Copley-Fairlawn City Twinsburg City Revere Local Hudson City Below Ave. and Below Comparable Teacher
  13. 13. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 13 Pupil Teacher Ratio 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Akron City Alliance City Barberton City Hudson City Canton City Massillon City Mogadore Local Canton Local Woodridge Local YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Sandy Valley Local Revere Local Cuyahoga Falls City Osnaburg Local State Average Data Copley-Fairlawn City Nordonia Hills City North Canton City Tallmadge City Norton City Springfield Local Lake Local Comparable Districts Coventry Local Perry Local Twinsburg Citywww.GreenForKids.org Teacher Ratio – A Lean Staff Stow-Munroe Falls City Plain Local These ratios reflect all enrolled students divided by all Louisville City Green Local room such as a special ed. or intervention teachers. The Fairless Local classified teachers including those who do not have a class Marlington Local student per class room ratio is about 25:1 in Green currently. Jackson Local Minerva Local Manchester Local Northwest Local Tuslaw Local Above Ave. and Above Comparable Pupil to
  14. 14. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 14 Administrator Average Salary $100,000 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $0 Mogadore Local Woodridge Local Barberton City Osnaburg Local Minerva Local Norton City North Canton City Alliance City YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Manchester Local Lake Local Fairless Local Akron City Louisville City Green Local Springfield Local State Average Data Northwest Local Administrator Salaries Stow-Munroe Falls City Tuslaw Local Sandy Valley Local Plain Local Coventry Local Tallmadge Citywww.GreenForKids.org Comparable Districts Massillon City Marlington Local Cuyahoga Falls City Canton City Revere Local Twinsburg City Jackson Local Below Ave. and Below Comparable Canton Local Perry Local Copley-Fairlawn City Hudson City Nordonia Hills City
  15. 15. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 15 Pupil Administrator Ratio 0 50 100 150 200 250 Mogadore Local 300 Woodridge Local Barberton City Norton City Osnaburg Local Alliance City Minerva Local Coventry Local Fairless Local Canton Local YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Tuslaw Local Springfield Local Akron City Manchester Local Sandy Valley Local State Average Data Tallmadge City Massillon City Northwest Local North Canton City Lake Local Hudson City Canton City Twinsburg City Cuyahoga Falls Citywww.GreenForKids.org Louisville City Comparable Districts Revere Local Plain Local Perry Local Nordonia Hills City Copley-Fairlawn City Stow-Munroe Falls City Green Local Ratios – A Very Lean Administration Marlington Local Jackson Local One of the Highest Pupil to Administrator
  16. 16. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 16 Per Pupil Revenue Raised By 1 Mill Of Property Tax $100 $125 $150 $175 $200 $225 $250 $275 $300 $325 $350 $50 $75 Canton City Alliance City Sandy Valley Local Leverage Barberton City Minerva Local Akron City Massillon City YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Louisville City Fairless Local Osnaburg Local Lake Local Tuslaw Local Mogadore Local Northwest Local Canton Local Marlington Local Manchester Local Perry Local Norton City North Canton City State Average Data Springfield Local Tallmadge Citywww.GreenForKids.org Cuyahoga Falls City Plain Local Comparable Districts Green Local Stow-Munroe Falls City Coventry Local Hudson City Twinsburg City Jackson Local Copley-Fairlawn City Nordonia Hills City Woodridge Local Revere Local Strong Property Values Provide Millage
  17. 17. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 17 Total Property Tax Per Pupil $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $0 Canton City Louisville City Sandy Valley Local Alliance City Tax/Pupil. Osnaburg Local Barberton City Tuslaw Local Minerva Local YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Massillon City Fairless Local Marlington Local Northwest Local Canton Local Mogadore Local Norton City Lake Local Akron City Perry Local Manchester Local North Canton City Green Local State Average Data Springfield Local Plain Localwww.GreenForKids.org Comparable Districts Cuyahoga Falls City Stow-Munroe Falls City Tallmadge City Coventry Local That s Great Return on Investment Twinsburg City Copley-Fairlawn City Jackson Local Nordonia Hills City Extraordinary Performance for Moderate Cost… Hudson City Woodridge Local Revere Local State Ave. but Below Comparable Property
  18. 18. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 18 Expenditure Per Pupil $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 $7,000 $8,000 $9,000 $10,000 $11,000 $12,000 $13,000 $14,000 $0 Tuslaw Local Louisville City Northwest Local Manchester Local Norton City Minerva Local Plain Local YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Marlington Local Fairless Local Instructional Jackson Local Staff Support Pupil Support Administrative Coventry Local Green Local Building Operation Lake Local Osnaburg Local Perry Local North Canton City Stow-Munroe Falls City Sandy Valley Local Comparable Districts Tallmadge City Cuyahoga Falls City Copley-Fairlawn Citywww.GreenForKids.org Springfield Local Twinsburg City Mogadore Local Massillon City State Average Data Alliance City Nordonia Hills City Barberton City Canton City Canton Local Woodridge Local Revere Local Akron City and below State Ave. and Comparables Hudson City Expenditures per Pupil are in the Lower 1/3
  19. 19. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 19 Revenue Per Pupil $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 $7,000 $8,000 $9,000 $10,000 $11,000 $12,000 $13,000 $14,000 $0 Louisville City Tuslaw Local Coventry Local Green Local Northwest Local Norton City Plain Local Manchester Local YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! North Canton City Minerva Local Osnaburg Local Lake Local Marlington Local Perry Local Fairless Local Comparable Districts Jackson Local State Revenue Per Pupil Local Revenue Per Pupil Mogadore Local Federal Revenue Per Pupil Copley-Fairlawn City Cuyahoga Falls City Sandy Valley Local Stow-Munroe Falls City Tallmadge Citywww.GreenForKids.org Nordonia Hills City Alliance City Springfield Local State Average Data Massillon City Canton Local Twinsburg City Barberton City Canton City Revere Local Woodridge Local Hudson City Akron City Total Revenue per Pupil is Near the Bottom in our Region and Far Below State Ave. and Comparables
  20. 20. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Property Tax to Schools on a $150,000 HomePaid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 - Green Schools in the Lower 1/3 20 www.GreenForKids.org
  21. 21. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Wrap Up, Part II – Comparisons   We have a lean staff and administration   Our teachers and administrators are paid below the state average, and well below comparable districts   Our property tax rate per pupil is on par with state average   Our property tax rate is in the lower 1/3rd of neighboring districts   And yet our academic performance is well above state average www.GreenForKids.org
  22. 22. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Wrap Up, Part II – Comparisons   Expense per pupil is in the bottom quarter for the region and well below state average and comparable districts   Revenue per pupil is near the bottom for the region and well below state average and comparable districts   Issue 8 will allow Green Schools revenue to increase to the point where revenue matches current expenses   Additional cuts will be made to continue controlling expenses www.GreenForKids.org
  23. 23. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Part III 10 Year History – Green Schools Green Schools Enrollment Growth, Teachers Salary and Expense per StudentYES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!
  24. 24. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Percent Change in Enrollment, 98-99 to 09-10 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Springfield 35 Akron Growth Alliance Canton City Osnaburg Massillon Barberton YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Cuyahoga Falls Marlington Minerva Hudson Northwest Canton Local Sandy Valley Fairless Stow-Monroe Falls Plain Revere Tallmadgewww.GreenForKids.org Coventry Perry Manchester Norton Jackson Louisville North Canton Tuslaw Lake Mogadore Green Nordonia Hills Green Schools Have Seen High Enrollment Copley-Fairlawn Twinsburg Woodridge
  25. 25. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 25 Total Millage of Additional Operating Levies Passed Since 1999 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Akron North Canton Tallmadge Coventry Cuyahoga Falls YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Twinsburg Hudson Barberton Manchester Revere Woodridge Nordonia Copley-Fairlawn Nortonwww.GreenForKids.org Additional Operating Levies Jackson Springfield Stow-Munroe Falls been successful Mogadore Green over these years have not In 11 Years Our Neighbors have Passed 5 Attempts to increase funding
  26. 26. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Dollars of Expense Per Student $10,000 $11,000 $6,000 $7,000 $8,000 $9,000 1998 1999 2000 YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! 2001 2002 2003 State Average Green Schools 2004 2005 2006www.GreenForKids.org 2007 Historic Expense per Student 2008 2009 2010 2011
  27. 27. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Teacher Salary is not the Root Cause of Expense Increases 40% Green Schools Ave Teacher Salary State Ave Teacher Salary 35% Bureau of Labor Statistics Inflation Bureau of Economic Analysis Ohio Personal Income 30% % increase Since 2001 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 www.GreenForKids.org
  28. 28. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Hiring Practices are not the Root Cause ofPaid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Expense Increases 27 26 Green Local Levy Failure, Akron City 35-40 kids/room 25 State Average 24 Tuslaw Local 23 If Levy Passes Student to Teacher Ratio 22 If Levy Fails 21 20 19 Levy Passes, 18 25-29 kids/room 17 16 15 14 13 12 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 www.GreenForKids.org
  29. 29. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Controlling Expense   Eliminated administration positions and consolidated administration roles to save $800,000 per year   Identified and implemented reductions in the cost of goods and services to save $3,500,000 per year   Teachers have seen increases on par with inflation and on par with personal income growth in Ohio   Hiring has been controlled www.GreenForKids.org
  30. 30. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd! Part IV Growth in Green, Taxes to the SchoolsPaid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 and Property Tax   As you will see in Part IV, the demand on Green Schools grows as the City of Green grows. The rate of revenue growth to the school does not match the rate of community growth www.GreenForKids.org
  31. 31. Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Part IV 10 Year History – Growth in Green, Taxes to the Schools and Property TaxThis is public data available for anyone to download from the OhioDepartment of Education and the Summit Fiscal Officer web sites. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!
  32. 32. YES on ISSUE 8 May 3rd!Paid for by the Committee to Support Green Schools, Michael Trinko, Treasurer, 4426 Provens Drive, Akron, Oh 44319 Funding Growth Vs. Demand Growth As the population grows, the demand for the schools grows The Glass Represents Instead, the the City of Green glass is flared outward and the rate of water depth rise is slowed. The depth of the water is school funding. An incremental increase in demand yields less than an increment of additional funds www.GreenForKids.org

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