Pulling the Pieces Back Together:
Safety, Space & Solvency Top Budget Priorities
Superintendent’s Recommended 2014-15 Budg...
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The preparation of the annual budget is a substantial leadership responsibility. Recent trends in the cou...
OSSINING UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Mr. Raymond Sanchez
Superintendent of Schools

March 3, 2014
CONFIDENTIAL
MEMORANDUM T...
Our approach to the budget has been both transparent and collaborative. We have
worked hard to ensure that the budget prov...
we take into account the values of our community. The items in this memo reflect the
current status of state aid. Again, o...
REVENUES
The information below provides the best projections available at the time of this writing.
Modifications to reven...
Tax Rates
As always, at this time of year there are far too many unknown variables and factors
relating to state aid to pr...
Ossining Union Free School District
2014-15 Budget
Table of Contents
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1. Executive Summary – Letter from the Superint...
2014-15 GENERAL FUND BUDGET
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OSSINING UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
DECISION PACKAGE
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DIRECTOR OF CULTURAL ARTS

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Appendix A

Administrative Salary Disclosure
2014 - 2015

Superintendent of Schools
$232,000

Annual Salary

$ 40,670
$ 11...
Appendix B

ADMINISTRATORS WITH SALARIES OVER $126,000*
2014 ‐ 2015
The following information is presented as required by ...
Appendix C

ANALYSIS OF ASSESSED VALUATIONS, SCHOOL BUDGETS AND SCHOOL TAX RATES

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ASSESSED
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VALUATION

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Appendix D

ANALYSIS OF ASSESSED VALUATIONS, SCHOOL BUDGETS AND SCHOOL TAX RATES

NEW CASTLE

YEAR

ASSESSED
VALUATION

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Appendix E

ANALYSIS OF ASSESSED VALUATIONS, SCHOOL BUDGETS AND SCHOOL TAX RATES

YORKTOWN

ASSESSED
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VALUATION

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Appendix F

SPECIAL AID FUND PROJECTS 2013 - 2014

Project Name

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APPENDIX G

CHAPTER 436 - BUDGET PRESENTATION
OSSINING UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Description

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Appendix H

ANALYSIS OF STATE AID RECEIVED

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TOTAL BUDGET

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  1. 1. Pulling the Pieces Back Together: Safety, Space & Solvency Top Budget Priorities Superintendent’s Recommended 2014-15 Budget Revised: 3/6/2014 12:44 PM
  2. 2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The preparation of the annual budget is a substantial leadership responsibility. Recent trends in the country’s business community and the school community suggest that quality is achieved through the involvement of many persons. The development of the proposed 2014-2015 School District budget is consistent with the trends aiming toward quality. The District administrators, building administrators, teachers, staff, parents, and indirectly students, all had input into the development of the budget. All are to be commended. Collaboration requires leadership. Keeping people included and focused upon a common mission requires greater leadership and time. The people whose names appear below provided the leadership that made the development of the proposed budget possible. Ms. Maureen Boozang-Hill, Director of Pupil Personnel Services Ms. Maria Catalina, Executive Secretary to the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Ms. Regina M. Cellio, Principal, Anne M. Dorner Middle School Ms. Jean Chen, Treasurer Ms. Ann Dealy, Principal, Brookside School Mr. James Dennett, Director of Health, Physical Education, and Athletics Ms. Joan Garone, Executive Assistant for Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator Mr. Andrew Lennon, Assistant Business Administrator Mr. Jeremy Luft, Director of Technology Mr. Joshua Mandel, Principal, Ossining High School Ms. Victoria Marrin, Secretary to the Assistant Superintendent for Business Ms. Kate Mathews, Principal, Claremont School Mr. James Minihan, Transportation Supervisor Mr. Bradley Morrison, Director of Cultural Arts Ms. Ileana Ortiz, District Clerk Ms. Mirla Puello, Director of Literacy and ESL Ms. Nicole Reis, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent Dr. Corey Reynolds, Principal, Roosevelt School Ms. Carrieann Sipos, Principal, Park School Mr. Kenneth Waldron, Director of School Facilities, Operations and Maintenance Dr. Angela White, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Ms. Alita Zuber, Assistant Superintendent for Business The efforts extended by the people named above are gratefully acknowledged. Mr. Raymond Sanchez Superintendent of Schools
  3. 3. OSSINING UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT Mr. Raymond Sanchez Superintendent of Schools March 3, 2014 CONFIDENTIAL MEMORANDUM TO: Board of Education Colleagues FROM: Raymond Sanchez Alita Zuber Dr. Angela White RE: Superintendent’s Proposed School District Budget: 2014-2015 School Year Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent for Business Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction INTRODUCTION In the Ossining School District, we are dedicated to ensuring that all students are educated well. Our goal is to prepare our students to be successful in whatever they choose to do after graduating from Ossining High School. The budget serves as a “means to an end,” providing the resources necessary to ensure that we can and will achieve that goal. Yet, at the same time, we must understand and respond to the fiscal needs of our community. This year’s budget focuses on three areas:    Educational Solvency: Ensuring that we provide educational programs that meet the needs and interests of our students. Security: Enhancing security equipment throughout our schools to ensure the safety of our students. Space: Addressing the need for adequate instructional space across the district. BUDGET PROCESS The budget process began with a meeting of our Administrative Team to review the effectiveness of our existing programs. At the same time, members of the Citizen’s Budget Advisory Committee have been lobbying the state on the District’s need for additional Foundation Aid. These efforts have included a community forum, letters, meetings with legislators and numerous trips to Albany. We also spoke at the recent state Budget Hearing. For additional information related to Foundation Aid please click here.
  4. 4. Our approach to the budget has been both transparent and collaborative. We have worked hard to ensure that the budget provides programs that meet the needs of every child in our District and help to avoid educational insolvency. GOALS OF OUR BUDGET DEVELOPMENT PROCESS It has been noted in our presentations that we had the following goals in mind during the development of this budget.  Avoid educational insolvency by continuing advocacy efforts to increase the Foundation Aid that Ossining is legally entitled to receive, which is projected to be an additional $7M in 2014-15.  Continue to maintain transparency through surveys, informational meetings, and Community Budget Advisory Committee efforts.  Continue to evaluate opportunities for sustainable budget savings and slowing expenditure growth. AREAS OF FOCUS: EDUCATIONAL SOLVENCY, SECURITY AND SPACE Educational Solvency: This budget reflects the continuation of our electives at Ossining High School, the Science Research Program, after school programs at AMD and programs in the arts and athletics. Based on our February 26th Board of Education meeting and survey results, we know our community values teacher to student ratio. We have been experiencing increases in enrollment. Yet, we have made every effort to ensure that we address the need for instructional staff in grades PreK-12. Particular emphasis has been made to address class size at AMD. This budget also seeks to address the needs in Special Education and English as a Second Language classes. We have dissected every non-instructional area in search of efficiency, economies of scale, and expense reductions wherever possible to preserve as many programs for as long as possible. We successfully reversed the trajectory of health costs as well as administrative and transportation expenses growth back to 2009 levels. These cuts have resulted in over $6.3 million in the past year alone. Additional savings/cost avoidance measures include the following:     Identified $4.6 million in capital improvements with no budget impact through an Energy Performance Contract (EPC). Received $2.5 million in competitive grants. Negotiated Triborough for teacher and administrator contracts. Saved $1.2 million over 12 years by re-financing bonds. Throughout the process, we carefully considered the impact that the decisions would have on our students. Our goal is to ensure that the needs of our students are met and that 2
  5. 5. we take into account the values of our community. The items in this memo reflect the current status of state aid. Again, our focus is to remain educationally solvent. Safety And Space The Administration and Board of Education recognize the importance of budgeting for building maintenance and understand the long-term effects of not supporting funds for capital projects. While the capital bond project approved last year by our community will help to provide significant improvements to our facilities, it does not meet all of the District's needs. As a result, the District continues to recommend the funding of the transfer-to-capital budget line to ensure that we continue to address some of our on-going capital improvements not included in the capital bond. Additionally, one of the Board’s goals is to address future space needs in our elementary schools. The 2014-15 Budget reflects these anticipated needs. Student safety continues to be a district priority. As such, the 2014-15 budget contains funds for additional cameras and an improved surveillance system that will help emergency response efforts. Savings from closing capital projects completed below budget as well as remaining funds from the self-insured health and long-term disability plans no longer needed since the District has moved to predictable premium based plans are being used as appropriated fund balance. These savings and remaining funds will be used to cover non-recurring expenses to avoid a cliff in the following year when the funds are no longer available. New, recurring expenses like the lease for storage and administrative space will have no impact on the tax levy. Lease expenses will be offset with expense reductions in health, Xerox Copier equipment, fuel oil, and bond re-financing. OTHER AREAS OF INTEREST Transportation As part of the budget, we will be asking our community to consider voting on decreasing the transportation mileage limits for Claremont School. We are recommending that we decrease the limits to .5 miles for students in grade 4. Below you find details related to the proposal. Grade Level Grade 3 Grade 4 Current Mileage Limit ½ mile 1 mile Proposed Mileage Limit ½ mile ½ mile This change will not impact the District budget. Yet, our community must vote to make the change. This change will be put to the voters by way of a separate proposition at the annual election and meeting on May 20th. 3
  6. 6. REVENUES The information below provides the best projections available at the time of this writing. Modifications to revenue projections will be provided as they become available. State Aid On January 22, 2013, Governor Andrew Cuomo released his proposed budget to the legislators which included projected state aid to school districts. Under the Governor’s proposal, the Ossining School District would see an increase of approximately $862,000 in state aid when compared to 2013-2014 budget. Other Revenue Sources There are other limited revenue sources that comprise the total revenue to support the budget. The two major areas are composed of state aid and property taxes. At this time, the District anticipates that it will realize approximately $20,271,736 in revenues other than property taxes and appropriation of Fund Balance for the 2014-2015 school year. This compares with $16,425,000 which the District had anticipated last year at this time for the current 2013-2014 school year. We will continue to monitor revenue projections and will adjust accordingly, prior to setting the tax warrant. Proposed Budget and Tax Levy Our 2014-2015 proposed budget is below the District Tax Levy Limit or Cap. The proposed budget reflects a budget-to-budget increase of 2.86% or a dollar value of $3,160,790. Consideration will be given to the amount of Fund Balance that will be allocated to offset property taxes. Given the anticipated revenues as referenced above of $20,271,736 and an appropriation of Fund Balance and the Retirement Contribution Reserve Fund in the amount of $2,890,871, the District projects an estimated tax levy of $93,322,506 which represents a tax levy increase of $1,865,554 or 2.04%, which is below the District Tax Levy Limit or Cap calculated to be 2.06% for the 2014-2015 school year. Fund Balance Through extremely careful planning during the 2013-2014 school year, strategic exercising of cost saving efficiencies, and deferring various projects, it is anticipated that the District will be able to realize an authorized Fund Balance of four percent (4%). This Fund Balance is advantageous within the context of a conservative budget. Given the potential for emergencies and unexpected situations, maintaining a Fund Balance is quite important. 4
  7. 7. Tax Rates As always, at this time of year there are far too many unknown variables and factors relating to state aid to project a firm tax rate. Presently, the Governor’s State Aid Executive Proposal has been of concern for the Ossining School District as well as all districts throughout New York State. We are aggressively reaching out to legislators to address this issue relative to the State Budget. We do expect to project estimated tax rates soon. It is important to note that there are still outstanding tax certiorari claims that have not been settled. Tax certiorari claims may enable taxpayers to reduce the assessments on their properties. Until such time as the tax rolls are set in August, the impact upon the final tax rate can not be determined. The potential assessment value decreases will have an impact on the tax rate within the three towns of the Ossining School District. Equalization rate changes, determined by the New York State Office of Real Property Services [ORPS], also will affect apportionment of the school tax levy causing a potential shift in each share of the levy. We provide this information in order to promote greater understanding of the tax rate issues that are well beyond the control of the District. SUMMARY As stated previously, our budgetary goal was to ensure that we maintain quality programs for the students we serve in the Ossining School District. We worked to addressed three areas: educational solvency, safety and space. Furthermore, we continue to support the following areas: academics, athletics, and cultural arts. Yet, the budget still remains below the Tax Levy Cap. We encourage our community to stay informed throughout the process. Below are a few ways that you can stay connected: In conclusion, we want to thank everyone who helped to develop the Superintendent’s Proposed Budget. RS/nr 2-25-13 School Budget 2014-2015 Budget Memo to BOE 061 5
  8. 8. Ossining Union Free School District 2014-15 Budget Table of Contents Page 1. Executive Summary – Letter from the Superintendent 2. Table of Contents 1 3. Statistical Information (Gold Section) A. 2014-15 General Fund Budget Pie Chart B. 2013-14 General Fund Budget Pie Chart C. Pupil Enrollment as of October of Each Year D. Administrative Staff 2 3 4 5 4. Budget A. Budget Summary B. General Support (Pink Section) C. Instructional (Blue Section) D. Transportation (White Section) E. Undistributed (Green Section) 6 7 26 69 74 5. Appendices A. Administrative Salary Disclosure 2014-15 B. Administrators with Salaries over $126,000 C. Analysis of Assessed Valuations – Ossining D. Analysis of Assessed Valuations – New Castle E. Analysis of Assessed Valuations – Yorktown F. Special Aid Fund Projects 2013 – 2014 G. Chapter 436 – Budget Presentation H. Analysis of State Aid Received I. 2014-15 Per Pupil Allocations J. Preliminary Income Estimates K. Determination of Estimated Tax Rate L. Exemption Impact Report - Ossining M. Exemption Impact Report – New Castle N. Exemption Impact Report – Yorktown O. Property Tax Report Card P. The New York State District Report Card for 2012-13 1 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
  9. 9. 2014-15 GENERAL FUND BUDGET T ransportation Operations & Maintenance Debt Service/Interfund 5 .0 % 4 .2 % 5 .3 % Administration 3 .3 % 3 .5 % Central Services 2 .3 % Employee Benefits Non-Public Schools 2 4 .9 % 5 1 .5 % Instruction IN S T R U C T IO N $58.53 MILLION T R A N S P O R T A T IO N $5.74 MILLION C E N T R A L S E R V IC E S $4.0 MILLION E M P L O Y E E B E N E F IT S $28.3 MILLION D E B T S E R V IC E /IN T E R F U N D $4.73 MILLION N O N -P U B L IC S C H O O L S $2.61 MILLION 2 O P E R . & M A IN T E N A N C E $5.98 MILLION A D M IN IS T R A T IO N $3.7 MILLION
  10. 10. 2013-14 GENERAL FUND BUDGET Debt Service/Interfund T ransportation 4 .9 % 3 .6 % 3 .3 % Operations & Maintenance 5 .0 % Administration 3 .4 % Central Services 2 .2 % Employee Benefits Non-Public Schools 2 5 .8 % 5 1 .8 % IN S T R U C T ION $57.2 MILLION T R AN S P OR T AT ION $5.35 MILLION C E N T R AL S E R V IC E S $3.79 MILLION E M P L OYE E B E N E F IT S $28.45 MILLION D E B T S E R V IC E /IN T E R F U N D $4.0 MILLION N ON -P U B L IC S C H OOL S $2.45 MILLION 3 Instruction OP E R . & M AIN T E N AN C E $5.54 MILLION AD M IN IS T R AT ION $3.65 MILLION
  11. 11. PUPIL ENROLLMENT AS OF OCTOBER OF EACH YEAR 2004-05 to 2014-15 PRE-K KINDERGARTEN ELEMENTARY MIDDLE HIGH SCHOOL TOTAL OUT OF DISTRICT PLACEMENTS 2004-05 214 288 1,477 865 1,313 4,157 44 2005-06 251 342 1,476 822 1,251 4,142 41 2006-07 270 323 1444 838 1,287 4,162 44 2007-08 283 342 1,478 829 1,307 4,239 44 2008-09 288 365 1,539 849 1,347 4,388 43 2009-10 276 355 1,588 861 1,370 4,450 38 2010-11 252 351 1,678 871 1,303 4,455 35 2011-12 248 382 1,721 916 1,335 4,602 36 2012-13 238 379 1,801 915 1,312 4,645 30 2013-14* 252 365 1,842 986 1,269 4,714 35 2014-15** 275 349 1,854 995 1,271 4,744 24 * Enrollment based on BEDS (Basic Educational Data System) Report dated October 2013 **Projected Enrollment 4
  12. 12. ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 2013-14 2014-15 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 14.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 14.00 Director of Pupil Personnel Services Assistant Director of Pupil Personnel Services Director of Elementary School Literacy and ESL Director of Cultural Arts Director of Technology Assistant Director of Technology Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics Total 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 7.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 7.00 Grand Total 24.00 24.00 Central Administration Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent for Business Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Total School Administration Elementary Principal Elementary Principal Elementary Principal Elementary Principal Middle School Principal High School Principal Elementary Assistant Principal Elementary Assistant Principal Middle School Assistant Principal Middle School Assistant Principal Middle School Assistant Principal High School Assistant Principal High School Assistant Principal High School Assistant Principal Total Program Administration 5
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  39. 39. OSSINING UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT DECISION PACKAGE PACKAGE NAME DIRECTOR OF CULTURAL ARTS RESOURCES REQUIRED 2012-2013 BUDGET 2013-2014 BUDGET 2013-2014 CUR. EXPENSE 2014-2015 BUDGET CHANGE IN BUDGET STATEMENT OF PROGRAM AND GOALS PERSONAL SERVICE The Director of Cultural Arts is responsible for supervision of instruction and coordination of all programs in the visual and performing arts for the District (K - 12). The Director of Cultural Arts: 1. Develops, implements and articulates educationally sound curricular and instructional practices based on the New York State Learning Standards in the arts. 2. Provides assistance and professional development for faculty and facilitates projects which are deemed important for improving cultural arts opportunities for students. 3. Assures that state mandates related to the cultural arts are fulfilled and implemented. 4. Provides for and maintains all equipment, supplies and materials related to the Cultural Arts Program. 5. Coordinates the District's arts programs, exhibitions and performances with building administrators and community organizations. 6. Facilitates departmental participation in educational research and conducts scheduled arts faculty meetings. 2024-1XX-00 STAFF SALARIES -Cultural Arts (1.0) 151,414 160,169 175,713 141,016 (19,153) TOTAL 151,414 160,169 175,713 141,016 (19,153) 1,000 1,000 703 1,000 0 14,400 14,400 14,128 15,450 1,050 4,000 4,000 3,476 5,000 1,000 0 0 0 7,200 7,200 19,400 19,400 18,307 28,650 9,250 170,814 179,569 194,020 169,666 (9,903) BENEFITS OTHER THAN PERSONAL SERVICE The Cultural Arts program provides significant and educationally meaningful arts experiences for students in the Ossining School District. The program seeks to maintain high standards through ongoing development of programs that reflect current educational trends in arts education. 2024-400-00 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 2024-401-00 OTHER EXPENSES 2024-500-00 SUPPLIES 2024-550-00 MATERIAL GOODS Additionally, the program delivers quality teaching and creative learning experiences through a certified arts faculty, meaningful assessment practices and responsive curriculum design. TOTAL PACKAGE TOTAL PREPARED BY BRADLEY MORRISON 32 DATE FEBRUARY 2014
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  85. 85. Appendix A Administrative Salary Disclosure 2014 - 2015 Superintendent of Schools $232,000 Annual Salary $ 40,670 $ 11,726 $ 10,712 Breakdown of Annualized Cost of Benefits - Mandatory TRS Contribution at 17.53% of annual salary - Contribution to Health/Dental/Vision/Term Life/Workers’ Compensation/Disability Insurance - Required: Social Security and Medicare $ 63,108 Annualized Cost of Benefits Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction $179,671 Annual Salary $ 31,496 $ 22,260 $ 9,859 Breakdown of Annualized Cost of Benefits - Mandatory TRS Contribution at 17.53% of annual salary - Contribution to Health/Dental/Vision/Term Life/Workers’ Compensation/Disability Insurance - Required: Social Security and Medicare $ 63,615 Annualized Cost of Benefits Assistant Superintendent for Business $198,429 Annual Salary $ 34,785 $ 22,869 $ 10,131 Breakdown of Annualized Cost of Benefits - Mandatory TRS Contribution at 17.53% of annual salary - Contribution to Health/Dental/Vision/Term Life/Workers’ Compensation/Disability Insurance - Required: Social Security and Medicare $ 67,785 Annualized Cost of Benefits 78
  86. 86. Appendix B ADMINISTRATORS WITH SALARIES OVER $126,000* 2014 ‐ 2015 The following information is presented as required by Chapter 474 of the Laws of 1996, the State of New York. School Administration  Principal Principal Principal Principal Principal Principal $152,307 $155,184 $158,463 $171,922 $184,656 $197,391 Elementary Assistant Principal High School Assistant Principal High School Assistant Principal High School Assistant Principal $154,268 $159,186 $159,186 $159,186 Program Administration Director of Cultural Arts Assistant Director of Technology Director of School Facilities, Operations and Maintenance Assistant Director of Pupil Personnel Services Director of Technology Director of Pupil Personnel Services Director of Elementary Literacy and ESL Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics 79 $141,016 $146,192 $137,330 $150,383 $159,896 $171,922 $171,922 $171,922
  87. 87. Appendix C ANALYSIS OF ASSESSED VALUATIONS, SCHOOL BUDGETS AND SCHOOL TAX RATES OSSINING ASSESSED YEAR VALUATION TOTAL SCHOOL CHANGE IN ASSESSED VALUATION AMOUNT TAX CHANGE IN TOTAL BUDGET BUDGET PERCENTAGE AMOUNT RATE PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN TAX RATE AMOUNT PERCENTAGE 2004-05 191,897,569 1,210,547 0.63% 77,070,589 5,746,052 8.86% 293.66 24.58 9.13% 2005-06 194,637,934 2,740,365 1.43% 83,915,126 6,844,537 8.88% 319.00 25.34 8.63% 2006-07 194,729,767 91,833 0.05% 90,425,294 6,510,168 7.76% 334.16 15.16 4.75% 2007-08 196,403,010 1,673,243 0.86% 95,979,505 5,554,211 6.14% 353.16 19.00 5.69% 2008-09 196,286,589 (116,421) -0.06% 100,389,446 4,409,941 4.59% 364.62 11.46 3.24% 2009-10 196,755,754 469,165 0.24% 100,832,030 442,584 0.44% 364.83 0.21 0.06% 2010-11 196,023,596 (732,158) -0.37% 101,780,654 948,624 0.94% 376.78 11.95 3.28% 921,734 0.47% 103,502,510 1,721,856 1.69% 381.67 4.89 1.30% 2011-12 196,945,330 2012-13 194,420,462 (2,524,868) -1.28% 106,588,570 3,086,060 2.98% 431.63 49.96 13.09% 2013-14 192,958,634 (1,461,828) -0.75% 110,433,452 3,844,882 3.61% 413.94 -17.69 -4.10% 80
  88. 88. Appendix D ANALYSIS OF ASSESSED VALUATIONS, SCHOOL BUDGETS AND SCHOOL TAX RATES NEW CASTLE YEAR ASSESSED VALUATION CHANGE IN ASSESSED VALUATION AMOUNT TOTAL SCHOOL BUDGET PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN TOTAL BUDGET AMOUNT PERCENTAGE TAX RATE CHANGE IN TAX RATE AMOUNT PERCENTAGE 2004-05 76,296,095 (95,998) -0.13% 77,070,589 6,448,743 9.13% 90.24 2.38 2.71% 2005-06 75,967,068 (329,027) -0.43% 83,915,126 6,844,537 8.88% 93.51 3.27 3.63% 2006-07 75,910,306 (56,762) -0.07% 90,425,294 6,510,168 7.76% 102.33 8.82 9.43% 2007-08 75,276,416 (633,890) -0.84% 95,979,505 5,554,211 6.14% 97.26 -5.07 -4.95% 2008-09 74,602,589 (673,827) -0.90% 100,389,446 4,409,941 4.59% 107.50 10.24 10.53% 2009-10 75,272,388 669,799 0.90% 100,832,030 442,584 0.44% 108.37 0.87 0.81% 2010-11 72,415,553 (2,856,835) -3.80% 101,780,654 948,624 0.94% 115.16 6.79 6.27% 2011-12 71,720,339 (695,214) -0.96% 103,502,510 1,721,856 1.69% 114.89 -0.27 -0.23% 2012-13 70,536,680 (1,183,659) -1.65% 106,588,570 3,086,060 2.98% 125.93 11.04 9.61% 2013-14 69,976,409 (560,271) -0.79% 110,433,452 3,844,882 3.61% 125.37 -0.56 -0.44% 81
  89. 89. Appendix E ANALYSIS OF ASSESSED VALUATIONS, SCHOOL BUDGETS AND SCHOOL TAX RATES YORKTOWN ASSESSED YEAR VALUATION TOTAL SCHOOL CHANGE IN ASSESSED VALUATION AMOUNT PERCENTAGE TAX BUDGET CHANGE IN TOTAL BUDGET AMOUNT PERCENTAGE RATE CHANGE IN TAX RATE AMOUNT PERCENTAGE 2004-05 1,401,220 32,491 2.37% 77,070,589 6,449,743 9.13% 811.81 162.76 25.08% 2005-06 1,474,123 72,903 5.20% 83,915,126 6,844,537 8.88% 803.98 -7.83 -0.96% 2006-07 1,551,068 76,945 5.22% 90,425,294 6,510,168 7.76% 821.62 17.64 2.19% 2007-08 1,605,849 54,781 3.53% 95,979,505 5,554,211 6.14% 866.97 45.35 5.52% 2008-09 1,611,891 6,042 0.38% 100,389,446 4,409,941 4.59% 897.63 30.66 3.54% 2009-10 1,634,448 22,557 1.40% 100,832,030 442,584 0.44% 877.30 -20.33 -2.26% 2010-11 2,964,341 1,329,893 81.37% 101,780,654 948,624 0.94% 913.41 36.11 4.12% 2011-12 2,972,777 8,436 0.28% 103,502,510 1,721,856 1.69% 852.22 -61.19 -6.70% 2012-13 2,972,879 102 0.00% 106,588,570 3,086,060 2.98% 974.89 122.67 14.39% 2013-14 2,963,255 -0.32% 110,433,452 3,844,882 3.61% 949.24 -25.65 -2.63% (9,624) 82
  90. 90. Appendix F SPECIAL AID FUND PROJECTS 2013 - 2014 Project Name Salaries Equipment Other Supplies Fringe Indirect Grand Total IDEA, Part B Section 611 662,900 0 199,648 24,467 275,446 1,207 1,163,668 IDEA, Part B Section 619 13,125 0 18,566 0 0 0 31,691 Title I A&D 455,239 0 44,930 20,989 49,418 0 570,576 Title II Part A 135,924 0 3,729 0 0 0 139,653 Title III, LEP 80,204 0 0 0 0 0 80,204 Bank Street Teacher Leadership Program 28,759 0 0 0 7,241 0 36,000 Strengthening Teacher Leader Effectiveness 57,321 0 198,357 3,435 13,700 6,598 279,411 Strengthening Teacher Leader Effectiveness II 85,168 0 17,500 2,089 36,743 3,679 145,179 McKinney-Vento Education of Homeless 15,068 0 17,694 400 3,638 0 36,800 Pre-Kindergarten Program 760,378 0 103,619 4,000 341,589 0 1,209,586 Response to Intervention 123,953 0 4,000 0 0 0 127,953 First Steps 218,546 0 1,676 1,624 82,091 0 303,937 Ossining Matters 17,939 19,850 68,868 11,181 4,522 0 122,360 Parent Leadership Project 40,359 0 11,150 225 15,726 0 67,460 8,736 0 2,234 502 2,383 0 13,855 Fund for the Improvement of Education Race to the Top 10,024 0 27,239 1,000 0 0 38,263 Teacher Centers 22,900 0 500 108 3,702 707 27,917 2,736,543 19,850 719,710 70,020 836,199 12,191 4,394,513 Total Includes new funding in the current school year. Excludes carry over funds with the exception of Ossining Matters programs funded in 12/13 for the 13/14 Fiscal Year, and PLP and First Steps. Excludes all non-federal, non-state grants with new funding less than $25k. Excludes Extended School Year, Teachers Center (funds raised via charges), Summer Handicap 83
  91. 91. APPENDIX G CHAPTER 436 - BUDGET PRESENTATION OSSINING UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT Code Description 2013-2014 Budget Administrative 1010 1040 1060 1240 1310 1320 1325 1420 1430 1460 1480 1620 1680 1999 2010 2020 2022 2024 2060 2070 2110 2111 2112 2250 2251 2252 2253 2254 2255 2280 2330 2331 2332 2610 2630 2805 2810 2815 2820 2825 2850 2855 5510 5540 8060 9000 9500 9700 9900 Board of Education Office of District Clerk District Meetings Office of Chief School Administrator Business Administration Auditing Treasurer Legal Human Resources Records Management Office of Public Information Operations & Maintenance Central Data Processing Undistributed Expenses Curriculum Development and Supervision Building Administration Director of Physical Education Director of Cultural Arts Research and Evaluation In-Service Training Instruction-Regular School GO-TV and WOSS-FM Textbooks - Other Special Education - Instructional Director of Pupil Personnel Services Special Ed - Tuition & Related Services Special Ed - Speech & Language Special Ed - BOCES Placements Special Ed - Resource Ed/Consultant BOCES - Occupational Education Extended Day/Year and Community Support Academic Intervention Services Enrichment Library - Salaries & Equipment Instructional Technology Attendance Guidance Department Health Services Psychological Services Social Worker Co-Curricular Activities Interscholastic Athletics Transportation Contract Transportation Community Learning Center Employee Benefits Transfer to Capital Funds Debt Service Transfer to Other Funds Totals Percentage of Total Budget Total Budget 2014-2015 Proposed Budget Program Capital Administrative Program Capital 37,449 70,095 26,770 351,396 955,153 62,060 14,733 30,900 314,362 40,504 129,787 0 814,762 725,633 295,749 3,414,452 297,492 175,569 403,833 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,281,797 0 0 38,205 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 243,180 0 0 0 0 0 198,804 614 127,212 3,500 4,000 0 221,451 32,149,679 91,511 33,280 6,742,036 1,066,657 3,353,860 957,180 1,941,300 668,315 1,623,367 65,928 123,938 149,446 485,409 2,115,264 280,016 1,000,279 1,043,835 476,212 286,495 200,809 675,540 601,766 6,452,595 0 23,414,137 0 0 562,497 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,539,460 0 184,459 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,869,297 661,000 3,338,422 0 39,988 72,531 28,260 351,915 957,096 61,040 13,985 57,780 389,339 47,295 125,802 0 851,026 760,406 321,368 3,447,091 237,835 157,466 433,580 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,049,018 0 0 58,875 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 262,220 0 0 0 0 0 222,750 27,300 85,000 4,500 12,200 0 362,272 32,595,977 94,813 29,695 6,939,174 1,112,828 3,163,127 979,265 1,935,000 678,739 1,704,536 63,328 161,183 145,703 589,057 2,161,966 284,371 1,091,849 1,113,255 494,946 316,545 210,223 731,455 637,734 6,748,524 15,000 23,712,539 0 0 881,852 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,984,278 0 188,610 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,661,877 1,075,000 3,653,855 0 11,480,701 87,360,112 11,592,638 11,461,696 89,568,926 12,563,620 10.4% 79.1% 10.5% 10.1% 78.8% 11.1% 110,433,452 84 113,594,242
  92. 92. Appendix H ANALYSIS OF STATE AID RECEIVED FISCAL YEAR SCHOOL BUDGET AID RECEIVED TOTAL BUDGET 2003 - 04 70,621,846 7,971,467 11.29% 2004 - 05 77,070,589 7,712,012 10.01% 2005 - 06 84,093,637 8,856,858 10.53% 2006 - 07 91,546,532 10,262,411 11.21% 2007 - 08 95,979,505 11,589,479 12.07% 2008 - 09 100,389,446 13,506,141 13.45% (1) 2009 - 10 100,832,030 13,657,847 13.55% (2) 2010 - 11 101,780,654 12,944,529 12.72% 2011 - 12 103,502,510 12,873,431 12.44% (3) 2012 - 13 106,588,570 13,067,639 12.26% (4) 2013 - 14 110,433,452 12,886,648 11.67% (1) Note: 2009 - 10 State Aid includes Federal Economic Stimulus Funding of $1,852,223 (2) Note: 2010 - 11 State Aid includes Federal Economic Stimulus Funding of $855,550 (3) Note: 2012 - 13 State Aid includes Federal Medicaid Aid of $20,695 (4) Note: Estimated 2013-14 State Aid is subject to change as of 2-18-2013 85
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