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Looking Ahead 2012-2013 Ensuring Excellence Looking Ahead 2012-2013 Ensuring Excellence 1 Summit Public Schools 2012-13 Budget Dr. Nathan N. Parker, Superintendent.

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1 Looking Ahead Ensuring Excellence Looking Ahead Ensuring Excellence 1 Summit Public Schools Budget Dr. Nathan N. Parker, Superintendent Mr. Louis J. Pepe, RSBA Business Administrator

2 Budget Highlights Maintain academics, athletics, and arts Decrease in Expenditures (-0.33%) Second Year in Row! School tax increase is at ZERO again! Allowable increase well below CAP by $2.1 M

3 3 To deliver a top quality educational program To support strong co- curricular programs To reflect fiscal responsibility and restraint Board of Education Objectives Decrease Expenditures Cost Savings Minimize Tax Impact

4 Focus Areas: Student Achievement Students Social/Emotional Needs Fiscal Responsibility Communications Four Community Planning Meetings held November through December

5 Student Achievement 5 AcademicsAthletics Performing Arts Drama and Musicals Highest level of attendance at most selective colleges in history of the district 87% of students scored 3 or higher on AP Tests 18 of 19 BC Calculus student achieved a score of 5 10 sports teams named either State, Regional, County, or Conference champions 6 Coaches won either State, Regional and or Conference coaching honors Regional, State or National Awards in visual arts, band, orchestra and chorus Regional, State or National Awards in theater and forensics

6 6 Curriculum and Instruction K-12 Media Literacy Program Mandarin 6-12 Science Research to prepare for Intel Projects Computer Science Personalization: Cycle Classes and Teaming K-8 Writers Workshop

7 7 Human Resources Professional Learning Restructuring Staff Diversity

8 8 Guiding Principles for Budget Development Maintain the integrity of programs. Ensure equity among schools. Continue to implement zero based budgeting. All allocations will be made on a priority basis that most impact educational programming. Implement strategies for meeting district focus areas against the State Imposed 2% Tax Cap.

9 9 Enrollments Health Benefits Costs Special Education Costs or 8.6% students Since % Since FTE Instruction Since Historical Factors Impacting Budget Growth

10 Enrollment Growth Increase of 957 students over 11 Years or 30%

11 Health Benefits Costs 10.3% 11.1% 14.9% Percentage of Total Budget True Cost of Insurance without Employee contributions

12 Special Education – Intervention and Referral (I&RS) Ability to provide better instructional programs in district vs. out of district placement. Services are delivered in a typical school environment and each child has an opportunity for main-streaming. Student enjoys the important benefits of receiving these programs in their community with other community children. Educating Summit Children in Summit Broader Programs & Services Control over Program Design & Delivery New Pre-K to Grade 5 Autism Classes

13 Expenditures as % of Budget 13

14 Declining Rate of Expenditure Growth Includes waivers for New Primary Centers % 7.0 % 5.4 % 6.9 % 3.4 % 2.8 % -0.3 %

15 Major Changes in Expenditures 15 Regular Program Instruction Salaries 293, % Capital Outlay Fund , % Personal Services Benefits 206, % Maintenance District Wide -290, %

16 Major Changes in Expenditures 16 Resource Room Special Ed. 146, % General Administration Fund , % Improvement of Instruction Salaries 87, % Transportation Special Ed. -96, %

17 Major Changes in Expenditures 17 Related Services Special Ed. Speech 70, % Tutions Out-District -52,631 -2% TOTAL REVENUES $62,175, , % TOTAL EXPENDITURES $62,175, , %

18 How did we get here? 18 A concerted effort through planning and program analysis at all levels

19 19 Working on ways to improve the bottom line Savings through Effective Management Past 3 Years $3.9 Million

20 Natural Gas Savings alone 20 Improved efficiencies for maximum savings

21 Managed Print Svcs Managed Print Services Initiative 21 DEVICE CONSOLIDATION RULES BASED PRINTING IMPROVE DIGITAL WORKFLOW Simplify paper based processes; streamline workflows 1 Work to change the culture on how and where to print 2 Simplify environment, consolidate devices reduction in number of printers 243 less Toner cartridges this year 27 Multifunctional (Print/Scan/Copy) higher speed This provides us with an innovative way to cut costs while improving efficiency and overall operational effectiveness. Paper Savings $ 2,823 current year Toner Savings $ 25,168 current year Repair Savings $ 5,000 current year Result: $32,991 Savings in 1 st Year

22 95.2 % 1.4 % 2.7% 0.07 % LOCAL TAX SHARE Each year the % increases $59,401,147 STATE AID SHARE Increase of $303,110 over FY12 $1,716,267 BUDGETED FUND BALANCE $867,976 TUITION & MISC. OTHER $437,250 Revenue Breakdown FY PIE CHART NOT DRAWN TO SCALE

23 23 Average Home Tax Impact $ per year $28.86 per month $ per year $16.56 per month $14.22 per year $1.19 per month Average Home Assessed Value Reported at $410,000 by City of Summit Tax Assessor 3,125,896,5003,120,829,5413,108,771,495 Comparison Change Year over Year Past 3 Years

24 24 Declining School Tax Increases Past 4 Years Average Home Assessed Value Reported at $410,000 by City of Summit Tax Assessor Calendar Year Tax Levy Impact % of Change 8.9 % 8.4 % 5.9 % 6.1 % 4.8 % 4.1 % 2.4 % 0%0% Includes waivers for New Primary Centers

25 25 Bringing us in under CAP by $2,178,025 or 3.67% below CAP The Decreased Tax Levy in the Proposed Budget is $-243, or % 2% Tax Levy Cap and adjustments Base Tax Levy CAP as defined by P.L. 207, c.62 (A-1) FY 2013

26 Forecasting the districts needs Planning Cost containment Expanded shared services Review and elimination of ineffective programs and non-essential personnel 26 … sustaining the excellence of the Summit Public Schools Good Fiscal Management Preserves Excellence As a direct result of the following …

27 Personnel Reductions - $893,925 – 11.5 FTE Positions Superintendents Office (-1 FTE) – $72,000 Business Office (-2 FTE) - $124,000 Supervisors K-12 (-2 FTE) - $284,433 Special Ed (-2 FTE) - $116,343 School Staff (- 4.5 FTE) - $297,149 Employee Contributions to Health Benefits - $1,906, /2011 – $156, /2012 – $550, /2013 – $1,200, Budget Savings Detail

28 Ed-Data - $465,616 – 3 Year savings since joining in 2008 Special Ed. Tuition - $268,583 – Savings associated with return of out of district students by opening a new Grade 3-5 Autistic Class in September of 2010 Erate - $189,582 – Funding Year 2008 = $51,900 Funding Year 2009 = $66,159 Funding Year 2010 = $xx,xxx ACES – Electric - $179,559 – 3 Year savings cents per KwH against the Basic Generation Service rate of.12 cents per KwH 28 Budget Savings Detail

29 Finance/Banking - $84,151 – In house preparation of bid specifications - $9,000 Replacement of copiers - $12,000 per year over 5 Years or $60,000 Change in banking through RFP - $63,151 Payoff Leases - $387,508 – Reduction of Debt Savings of $31,158 in interest alone over the next five years while relieving the budget expenditures by $387,508 Food Service - $15,000 – Implementation of Alternate POS system through RFP process 29 Budget Savings Detail


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