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1 Blackstone-Millville Regional School District Proposed Budget March 14 th, 2012

2 FY12 Budget FY12 Budget - $20,455,470 Current E & D - $759,933

3 Anticipated Enrollment Millville Elementary – 243 Students JFK Elementary – 386 Students AFM Elementary – 215 Students M.S. – 473 Students H.S. – 529 Students Total – Projected Enrollment

4 PROJECTED CLASS SIZES Millville Elementary Projected Class Size Total Students Projected Class Size Total Students K – 20 – 22 students st 18 students 36 2 nd 20 students 40 3 rd 20 students 40 4 th 25 students 50 5 th 17.5 students 35

5 PROJECTED CLASS SIZE JFK Elementary Projected Class Size Total Students Projected Class Size Total Students K – 21 students 88 1 st – 22 students 90 2 nd – 24 students 96 3 rd – 23 students 112

6 PROJECTED CLASSES AFM Elementary Projected Class Size Total Students Projected Class Size Total Students 4 th – 24 students 96 4 th – 24 students 96 5 th – 24 students th – 24 students 120

7 PROJECTED CLASS SIZES FWHMS Projected Class Sizes Total Students Projected Class Sizes Total Students 6 th – th – th – th – th – th –

8 PROJECTED CLASS ENROLLMENT BMRHS 9 th grade students 10 th grade students 11 th grade students 12 th grade students

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10 Millville Elementary School MCAS Performance from Math Scores – Advance grouping increased from 8% to 25% Proficient – increased 34% to 42% Proficient – increased 34% to 42% Needs Improvement – decreased 46% to 28% Needs Improvement – decreased 46% to 28% Warning – 12% to 6% Warning – 12% to 6%

11 Millville Elementary School MCAS Performance from ELA – an increase was noted in years 2006 to A drop occurred in 2011 Advanced – decreased 18% to 14% Advanced – decreased 18% to 14% Proficient – decreased 57% to 47% Proficient – decreased 57% to 47% Needs Improvement – increased 19% to 34% Needs Improvement – increased 19% to 34% Warning – stable 6% to 5% Warning – stable 6% to 5%

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15 John F. Kennedy Elementary MCAS Performance from Math scores An increase was noted between the years of 2006 to Currently the trend is decreasing. An increase was noted between the years of 2006 to Currently the trend is decreasing. Advanced – 3% to 16% (2008 – 28%) Advanced – 3% to 16% (2008 – 28%) Proficient – increased 45% to 63% Proficient – increased 45% to 63% Needs Improvement – decreased 38% to 19% Needs Improvement – decreased 38% to 19% Warning – decreased 14% to 3% Warning – decreased 14% to 3%

16 John F. Kennedy Elementary MCAS Performance from ELA Advanced – decreased 12% to 9% Proficient – increased 44% to 57% Needs Improvement – decreased 35% to 29% Warning – decreased 8% to 6%

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19 Math Advanced - increased 17% to 19% Proficient – increased 25% to 35% Needs Improvement – decreased 42% to 31% Warning – stable 16% to 15% A.F. Maloney Elementary MCAS Performance from

20 ELA – the scores showed an increase during the years 2006 to 2009 Advanced – 11% to 12% Proficient – 41% to 42% (high 54% in 2009) Needs Improvement – decreased 41% to 31% Warning – increased 7% to 15%

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24 Math – a slight increase has been noted Advanced – increased 13% to 24% Proficient – increased 30% to 38% Needs Improvement – decreased 34% to 25% Warning – decreased – 23% to 13% F.W. Hartnett Middle School MCAS Performance from

25 ELA – slight increase Advanced – increased 6% to 11% Proficient – increased 61% to 67% Needs improvement – decreased 26% to 18% Warning – decreased 7% to 3%

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29 Math –improvement from 2006 to 2009, currently a decrease is being noted Advanced – 46% to 43% ( %) Proficient – 37% to 37% Needs Improvement – increased 13% to 15% Warning – 4% to 4% BMR High School MCAS Performance from

30 ELA – Advanced – increased 18% to 40% Proficient – decreased 61% to 53% Needs Improvement – decreased 18% to 5% Warning – decreased – 3% to 2%

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34 BMRSD Budget Breakdown Budget consists of line items: –For presentation purposes, it’s unwieldy and complicated. –To simplify, each line item can be categorized in one of three categories: Total Salaries Direct: Includes all salaries that directly touch students including teachers, subs, principals, assistant principals, librarians, nurses, and administration. Total Student Services: Includes all salaries that relate to student services. Total Overhead: Includes all other expenses including supplies, heat, electric, plowing, repairs, maintenance, contracts, textbooks, athletics, etc. Categorization makes budget easier to understand.

35 Fiscal Year 2013 Considerations Inflation in 2011 averaged 3.16% though began to drop in Dec of last year. –If we assume a rate of inflation of 3%, then we can make reasonable assumptions that fuel, electricity, repairs, maintenance, etc. will all increase in the neighborhood of 3%. Union contracts, negotiated in previous years, will take effect in Rate increases averaged.5% to 1.5% Support Staff has not been voted upon as of this date. The School Committee understands the importance of being respectful and aware of the fiscal situation of our communities, however, it is the responsibility of the District to provide our students with a quality education. To offer this caliber

36 Source of RevenueAmount Chapter 70 $ 10,511,449 Transportation Reimbursement $ 285,211 Blackstone's Assessment Minimum Contribution $ 6,154,609 Exclusionary Costs $ 1,072,317 Total Blackstone's Assessment $ 7,226,926 Millville's Assessment Minimum Contribution $ 1,739,899 Exclusionary Costs $ 443,969 Total Millville's Assessment $ 2,183,868 Additional Apply Medicaid Funds $ 60,000 Apply Misc Funds $ 2,600 Apply Pre-School Funds $ 30,000 Apply Athletic Reserve Funds $ 5,000 Apply Interest Earned $ 5,000 Music & Athletic Fees $ 45,000 Apply E & D Funds $ 450,000 Circuit Breaker Funds (SPED) $ 170,000 Total Additional $ 767,600 Total Sources of Revenue $ 20,975,054 BMRSD Sources of Revenue

37 Level Funded Budget Given that our Sources of Revenue=$20,975,054 we have worked to submit a budget that does NOT exceed our expect sources of revenue.

38 BMRSD Budget Comparison FY12 vs. FY13 Major Budget Categories FY 2012 % of FY12 Budget FY 2013 % of FY13 Budget Difference % Increase From FY12 vs. FY13 Total Salaries Direct $ 9,095, % $ 9,203, % $ 108, % Total Student Services $ 2,293, % $ 2,354, % $ 61, % Total Overhead $ 9,067, % $9,416, % $ 349, % Grand total $ 20,455, % $ 20,975, % $ 519, %

39 Source of Major Increases/Decreases by Category Total Salaries Direct: Increase of $108.2k ●Addition of Principal at BMR $50k increase ●Increase in Athletic Coaches $13.5k increase ●Increase in Salary of Subs at all schools $61.5k ●Raises of $61.9k Total Student Services: Increase of $61.8k ●Net increase of Student Services Teachers $27.6k ●Increase of Student Services Clerical $37.8 ●Net increase of Student Services Aides $40.4k Total Overhead: Increase of $349k ●Increase of workbooks $22.4k ●Increase of textbooks $16.7k ●Increase in transportation of $120.9k ●Increase in small equipment hardware of $74.9k ●Net increase of benefits, retirement, prof development $228.8k ●Net decrease in tuition of $106.6k

40 Grant History Total Awards FY08 - $637, FY09 - $720, FY10 - $1,083, FY11 - $1,551, FY12 - $1,067, FY13 - $715, (anticipated)

41 Possible Staff Reductions in FY13 Budget 2 Elementary Professional Staff 2 Middle School Professional Staff 2 High School Professional Staff 2 Special Education Professional Staff 4 Support Personnel

42 Staff Reductions in FY12 3 Para-Professional 1 Counselor.5 School Adjustment Counselor.5 ESL teacher 2 Reading teachers 1 Kindergarten teacher 1 Music teacher.5 FCS 1 Library Para-Professional 1 Technology Director

43 Additional Budget Eliminations Proposed 1 to 1 iPad program – High School ($85,000) Contract Repair and Service – ($235,000) Special Education – ($278,602) Regular Education ( supplies, materials, etc.) – ($270,795)

44 Proposed FY13 Budget $20,975,056


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