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# 2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011

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### 2011-2012 Budget Workshop for Mar 29th 2011

1. 1. Citrus County School District<br />FY 2012<br />Budget<br />Forward Look<br />
2. 2. Current FY 12 Budget Projectionsas Compared to Third Calculation<br />Governor’s Budget: \$8.2 MM Reduction or 8% which equates to a reduction of \$607.97 per student<br />House Budget: \$8 MM Reduction or 7.7% which equates to a reduction of \$415.40 per student (This version takes into account the FTE reduction)<br />Senate Budget: \$7.2 MM Reduction or 7% which equates to a reduction of \$367.34 per student (This version takes into account the FTE reduction)<br />
3. 3. FRS Factor<br />Current Proposed Budget Reductions do not factor in the proposed employee FRS contribution<br />Governor has proposed a 5% employee contribution to FRS<br />House has proposed a 3% employee contribution to FRS<br />Senate currently has graduated % scale based on salary for the employee contribution to FRS<br />
4. 4. Net Proposed Budget Reduction after Employee FRS Contribution<br />Governor’s Net Proposed Budget Reduction: \$4.9MM or 4.7%<br />House Net Proposed Budget Reduction: \$6MM or 5.78% (Includes the FTE reduction)<br />Senate Net Proposed Budget Reduction: \$4.7MM or 4.53%(Includes the FTE reduction)<br />
5. 5. The Budget Reduction after the Dust Settles?<br />The Belief is that once the House and Senate come together the budget reduction will be around 5%.<br />What does that mean to Citrus County School District: \$5.2MM reduction or 5%.<br />
6. 6. Citrus County School District Plan to Compensate for Budget Reductions<br />Planned and prepared for the loss of the Federally funded ARRA (stimulus) funds by reserving \$5 MM to help offset the reductions.<br />Utilize a strategy over two years to compensate for budget reductions<br />Minimize the impact on student learning and success that the District has achieved<br />Minimize the impact on employees<br />No reduction in the Arts, Music and PE offerings, including Athletics<br />
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8. 8. Proposed Budget Reductions at the District Level<br />\$ 400,000<br />\$ 80,000<br />\$ 200,000<br />\$ 100,000<br />\$ 150,000<br />\$ 45,000<br />\$ 300,000<br />\$ 200,000<br />\$ 100,000<br />\$ 102,000<br />\$1,677,000<br />Cost Shift % of TA’s at Elem. and Middle Schools to Food Service<br />Reorganization of Purchasing and Finance<br />Reorganization of Supt. Staff <br />Restructure Phone Lease<br />Restructure Bus Routes<br />Keep Route Manager Position open<br />P&C Insurance<br />New WAN bid <br />RTTT cost shift<br />Reduce open Transportation positions<br />Total District Savings<br />
9. 9. Proposed School Based Budget Reductions<br />High Schools<br />3 Office Clerks ( ARRA funded)<br />3 SAI Aides<br />Reorganize Instructional Technology Specialist Position<br />Reorganize Reading Coach Position<br />1 CDE Instructor<br />Reduce Substitute budget<br />Eliminate Acceleration Camp<br />Total High School<br />\$ 64,500<br />\$ 52,200<br />\$ 50,000<br />\$100,000<br />\$ 36,000<br />\$ 30,000<br />\$ 25,000<br />\$357,700<br />
10. 10. Proposed School Based Budget Reductions<br />Middle School<br />4 Teacher Aides (ARRA Funded)<br />4 SAI Aides<br />Reorganize Instructional Technology Specialist Position<br />Reduce Substitute budget<br />Eliminate Acceleration Camp<br />Total Middle School<br />\$ 69,600<br />\$ 50,000<br />\$ 50,000<br />\$ 20,000<br />\$ 25,000<br />\$214,600<br />
11. 11. Proposed School Based Budget Reductions<br />Elementary School<br />10 Teacher Aides (ARRA Funded)<br />10 SAI Aides<br />Reduce Substitute Budget<br />Cost Shift TOSA’s to 15% IDEA<br />Total Elementary Schools<br />Specialty Schools<br />1 SAI Aide<br />Reduce Substitute Budget<br />Total Specialty Schools<br />\$ 174,000<br />\$ 125,000<br />\$ 27,500<br />\$ 103,000<br />\$ 429,500<br />\$ 12,500<br />\$ 22,500<br />\$ 35,000<br />
12. 12. Total Proposed Budget Reductions<br />District<br />High Schools<br />Middle Schools<br />Elementary Schools<br />Specialty Schools<br />Grand Total<br />\$1,677,000<br />\$ 357,700<br />\$ 214,600<br />\$ 429,500<br />\$ 35,000<br />\$2,713,800<br />
13. 13. Proposed Budget Reductions in Year 2<br />Examine School Schedules –esp. @ High School <br />Monitor Class Size Requirements to maximize Student to Teacher ratios<br />Continue to evaluate processes and systems to increase efficiencies.<br />
14. 14. School Staffing<br />Current School Staffing is based on the projected FTE at the beginning of the year. This current school year the enrollment is down approximately 400 students District wide.<br />Next school year enrollment is expected to be down approximately 250 students.<br />Two year total reduction is approximately 650 student over two years.<br />
15. 15. High School Staffing<br />LHS<br />Reduction of 2 units<br />CHS<br />Reduction of 7 units<br />CRHS<br />Reduction of 13 units <br />FTE<br />FY 11 FY 11 FY 12<br />Projections Actual Projections<br />1,821 1,713 1,787<br />1,623 1,552 1,547<br />1,296 1,176 1,124<br />
16. 16. Middle School Staffing<br />FTE<br />FY 11 FY 11 FY 12<br />Projections Actual Projections<br />1,180 1,115 1,091<br /> 838 847 856<br /> 734 741 714<br /> 836 815 799<br />IMS<br />Reduction of 3 units<br />CRMS<br />Reduction of 0 units<br />LMS<br />Reduction of 3 units<br />CSMS<br />Reduction of 2 units<br />
17. 17. Elementary School Staffing<br />FTE<br />FY 11 FY 11 FY 12<br />Projections Actual Projections<br /> 775 727 752<br /> 687 706 718<br /> 639 651 669<br /> 369 353 352<br />CRES<br />Reduction of 1 unit<br />CSES<br />Gain 1 unit<br />CRPS<br />Reduction of 0 units<br />FCES<br />Reduction of 0 units<br />
18. 18. Elementary School Staffing (continued)<br />FTE<br />FY 11 FY 11 FY 12<br />Projections Actual Projections<br /> 772 723 701<br /> 653 606 655<br /> 375 355 347<br /> 697 723 688<br />FRES<br />Reduction of 1.5 units<br />HER<br />Reduction of 1 unit<br />HOM<br />Reduction of 1 unit<br />IPS<br />Reduction of 1 unit<br />
19. 19. Elementary School Staffing (continued)<br />FTE<br />FY 11 FY 11 FY 12<br />Projections Actual Projections<br /> 790 780 776<br /> 741 702 688<br /> 687 637 614<br />LPS<br />Reduction of 1.5 units<br />PGES<br />Reduction of .5 unit<br />RCES<br />Reduction of 2 units<br />
20. 20. Specialty School Staffing<br />FTE<br />FY 11 FY 11 FY 12<br />Projections Actual Projections<br /> 160 108 100<br /> 103 177 170<br /> 64 38 70<br />Renaissance Center<br />Reduction of 0 units<br />CREST<br />Reduction of 0 units<br />WTI<br />Reduction of 2.25 units<br />
21. 21. Total Reduction Based on School Staffing<br />High Schools \$1,016,400<br />Middle Schools \$ 369,600<br />Elementary Schools \$ 438,900<br />Specialty Schools \$ 150,000<br />Total \$1,974,900<br />
22. 22. Education Jobs Fund <br />Currently employed 56 Term Teacher Aides from the Education Job Funds. These funds will end this Fiscal Year. <br />High School 12 Aides \$208,800<br />Middle School 11 Aides \$191,400<br />Elementary School 28 Aides \$487,200<br />Specialty School 5 Aides \$ 87,000<br />Total \$974,400<br />
23. 23. Summary of Proposed Budget Reductions<br />Budget \$2,405,700<br />ARRA \$ 308,100<br />FTE/Staffing \$ 1,974,900 <br />Education Jobs Fund \$ 974,400<br />Total Proposed Budget<br /> Reductions \$5,663,100<br />
24. 24. Questions? <br />