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DERBY BOARD OF EDUCATION BUDGET 2014-2015 BRADLEY ELEMENTARYDERBY MIDDLE SCHOOL IRVING ELEMENTARYDERBY HIGH SCHOOL.

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1 DERBY BOARD OF EDUCATION BUDGET BRADLEY ELEMENTARYDERBY MIDDLE SCHOOL IRVING ELEMENTARYDERBY HIGH SCHOOL

2 2 BOARD OF EDUCATION Kenneth Marcucio, Chairman Andrew Mancini, Vice Chairman Laura Harris, Secretary Members: Craig Drezek Rebecca OHara James Glidea Christine Robinson George Kurtyka James Stadt CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Matthew Conway, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools Stacy Chambers, Ed.D. Assistant Superintendent

3 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Board of Education Chairman s Letter 4 Board of Education Vision and Mission 6 Budget Summary 7 Student Enrollment Summary 14 Bradley Elementary School20 Irving Elementary School 24 Derby Middle School 28 Derby High School 34 Central Administrative Office 41 Special Education Office 44 Other Miscellaneous Offices 46 System Wide Services 48

4 4 DERBY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 35 Fifth Street Derby, Connecticut (203) fax (203) Officers:Members: Kenneth Marcucio, Chairman Craig Drezek Rebecca OHara Andrew Mancini, Vice Chairman James Glidea Christine Robinson Laura Harris, Secretary George Kurtyka James Stadt April 1, 2014 James R. Butler, Chair Board of Apportionment & Taxation Derby City Hall Derby Connecticut Dear Mr. Butler, On behalf of the Derby Board of Education, I am pleased to provide you with the budget request for Derby Public Schools for the period from July 1, 2014 through June 30, Our request totals $16,485,528.00, an increase of $452,297 or 2.80 % over the amount appropriated to the Board of Education for the Fiscal Year The increase reflects contractually obligated increases in salary and benefits, and the alignment of budgeted requests to the strategic goals of Derby Public Schools. Expenditures not related to salaries and benefits, with the exception of technology funding and few conservative strategic shifts, have remained flat from last year. Adjustments were made in line items to accurately reflect expenditures. As communicated in the 2013 budget proposal, the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent performed a comparative analysis of actual, historical fiscal expenditures. Allocated funds were assigned individual accounts based on educational priorities and actual historical expenditures. We continue to be mindful of the financial constraints that both you and the Board of Appropriations and Taxation face. The Board of Education has again attempted to limit financial requests to those that are fiscally conservative and to support the mission of Derby Public Schools. The Members of the Board respectfully ask for the approval of the budget submitted. Sincerely, Kenneth Marcucio, Chair Derby Board of Education cc: Anita Dugatto, Mayor Barbara DeGennaro, President Board of Aldermen Keith McLiverty, Treasurer

5 5 Derby Board of Education Proposed Budget For Fiscal Year July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015 Presented to the Board of Apportionment & Taxation April 1, 2014

6 6 Vision The Derby Public Schools rigorously prepare all students for high achievement and success in a competitive society. Mission The Mission of the Derby Public Schools is to join with our community to provide all students with a high quality education and the tools necessary to compete and succeed in a diverse, global society.

7 7 BUDGET SUMMARY

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9 Derby Public Schools Proposed Budget 9

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14 Derby Public Schools Proposed Budget 14 STUDENT ENROLLMENT SUMMARY

15 Derby Public Schools Proposed Budget 15 October 1, 2013 EnrollmentDerby Public Schools Actual Enrollment for October 1, 2013

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17 17 October 1, 2014 Enrollment Projection Derby Public Schools Projected Class Size Model for October 1, 2014

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20 20 BRADLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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24 24 IRVING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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28 28 DERBY MIDDLE SCHOOL

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41 41 CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

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46 46 MAINTENANCE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES OFFICE ADULT/COMMUNITY SERVICES ST. MARYS/ST. MICHAELS SCHOOLS

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51 Derby Public Schools Staffing Analysis Staffing Additions: 1.0 Library Media Specialist, DMS - To provide certified LMS teacher and increase DMS middle school programming.2 Language Teachers, DMS -Increases both.5 teachers to.6; allowing for additional Spanish and Italian language classes..4 Art, DHS - To increase Art offerings th Grade Elementary Teacher, Bradley -To accommodate anticipated enrollment increase - Staffing Eliminations: Library Clerk, DMS Security Safety Officer, DMS Reading Facilitator, DMS - Non-certified positions 51

52 Derby Public Schools Program Analysis Programming Additions: 1:1 Laptop program -Support 1:1 laptop program at DMS & DHS -$100, Digital Curriculum -Digital curriculum lenience for DHS and DMS to include professional development and intervention modules tied to district assessment – $40,000 NWEA Assessment - NWEA 6-12 district assessment. Bench mark assessments – $6, Assessment Coordinator -Assessment coordinator stipend – $6, Assistant Superintendent - Partial Salary Assistant Superintendent position – $55, Family Liaison -Family Liaison at Irving School – $39, Music Program -Additional supplies to support the music program - $8,

53 Derby Public Schools Budget 53 Total Budget$16,646, E-Rate Reimbursement$177, $16,469, Current Budget$16,163, Total Increase1.90%


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