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Friday, may 20, 2016, teacher institute

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Superintendent Ralph Grimm addressed all District staff in the Galesburg High School Auditorium at 8:00 a.m. The focus of the address was to clearly spell out the District's current financial situation and how teachers and staff could help. Mr. Grimm closed by outlining the District's plan to help all students achieve success.

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Friday, may 20, 2016, teacher institute

  1. 1. Galesburg District #205 TEACHER INSTITUTE Friday, May 20, 2016 5/20/2016
  2. 2. CELEBRATE THE SUCCESS • Presentation of the Western Big Six Conference Don Morris Award – Mr. Jeff Flater, District Athletic Director • CSI Presentation to State Superintendent Dr. Tony Smith • Mr. Mike Reynolds, Mr. Brad Gross and Mr. Jeff Huston • Josh Eiker, Chris Shell and Paul Cabrera • Joint Board Meeting of ROE 33 School Districts and Legislative Trip to Springfield • Nine School Boards met on Tuesday evening to hear how the budget impasse will affect the school districts in the area. • Approximately 30 people traveled to Springfield to meet with area legislators on Wednesday. Three GHS North Seniors attended and did an outstanding job leading the discussion: Makenzie Randle, Lakato Beach and Shelby Morss lead the discussions with our area legislators. • Those who are retiring this year. 5/20/2016
  3. 3. FY 17 DISTRICT BUDGET Three main questions we have answered this week when dealing with the State’s potential budget impasse continuing deep into FY 17: • Will we open school in August? Yes • Will we be able to stay open for the entire 2016-2017 school year? No • Why are we different than our neighbors? The answer is based on how the four main factors in the General State Aid formula work based on the numbers as they pertain to District 205. The simple answer is we are heavily dependent on General State aid and some of our neighbors are not as dependent on GSA. 5/20/2016
  4. 4. CURRENTDISTRICTNUMBERS OPERATINGFUNDS(ED,TRANS, O & M) REVENUE FY 16 REVENUE – ALL SOURCES Education Fund $32,689,193 Local Sources $16,395,881 O & M Fund $2,777,661 Flow Through $1,721 Transportation Fund $1,293,049 State Sources $16,909,835 TOTAL $36,759,903 Federal Sources $3,452,466 EXPENDITURES TOTAL $36,759,903 Education Fund $35,951,478 O & M Fund $3,104,311 Transportation Fund $1,872,679 TOTAL $40,928,468 July 1 Fund Balance Education Fund $11,108,851 O & M Fund $351,459 Transportation Fund $1,339,505 TOTAL $12,799,815 Projected June 30, 2016 Year End Balance Education Fund $7,685,400 O & M Fund $1,000,547 Transportation Fund $703,079 TOTAL $9,389,026 5/20/2016
  5. 5. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? Call, write or email the following: • Governor Rauner • The four legislative leaders: Madigan, Cullerton, Rodogno and Durkin • Our area legislators: Senator Sullivan, Senator Weaver, Representative Hammond, Representative Moffitt Tell them how the protracted budget stalemate will impact you personally and/or professionally! 5/20/2016
  6. 6. BUILDING A HOUSE WHAT DO YOU NEED?? • A plan of what you want the house to look like • An analysis of current conditions • Are the resources available to build it? • Is there a site to put it on? • Has a study of the required components that are going into the house been conducted? • A set of blueprints to guide your work • The will to get the job done!! 5/20/2016
  7. 7. RELATIONSHIPS 5/20/2016
  8. 8. CURRICULUM 5/20/2016
  9. 9. ASSESSMENT 5/20/2016
  10. 10. EVALUATION 5/20/2016
  11. 11. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 5/20/2016
  12. 12. 2016-2017 Professional Development Plan 5/20/2016
  13. 13. STUDENT SUCCESS 5/20/2016
  14. 14. PREPARING TO BUILD OUR HOUSE • What happens next? • We have to accept the fact that we need a new house! • We have to begin to prepare ourselves for that that means: CHANGE HOW MUCH CHANGE DO YOU HAVE IN YOUR POCKET? 5/20/2016
  15. 15. FINAL THOUGHTS As we think about building the house that we need to live in to move this district from good to great, please keep in mind the following: It will take all of us working together to build this house. There must be a sense of urgency to complete the work that will be needed to get this house built. There is room at the table for everyone who wishes to help build this house. Ideas and suggestions on how to fill the rooms will be welcome. When we engage in open, honest discussion, please know that I hear every word that is said but that sometimes, “No” has to be the answer to a request. We do value your opinion and your expertise. 5/20/2016
  16. 16. FINAL THOUGHTS • We must build this house if our District is going to survive and thrive. • Please know that we want you to be a part of this exciting new venture but at the same time, we recognize that this may not be what some of you signed up for. • Think back to your second year of teaching. It was so much better than your first. My pledge to you is to make our second year together better than the first. HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!! 5/20/2016

Superintendent Ralph Grimm addressed all District staff in the Galesburg High School Auditorium at 8:00 a.m. The focus of the address was to clearly spell out the District's current financial situation and how teachers and staff could help. Mr. Grimm closed by outlining the District's plan to help all students achieve success.

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