Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

West New York School District 2009-2010 Proposed School Budget presented by Dr. Robert Van Zanten, Superintendent Rena Hendrick, SBA/BS.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "West New York School District 2009-2010 Proposed School Budget presented by Dr. Robert Van Zanten, Superintendent Rena Hendrick, SBA/BS."— Presentation transcript:

1 West New York School District Proposed School Budget presented by Dr. Robert Van Zanten, Superintendent Rena Hendrick, SBA/BS

2 Primary Goal of This Budget To develop an education spending plan which is responsible to the Core Curriculum Content Standards of the State Department of Education, the goals of the District Board of Education, and the community; is responsive to the taxpayer; and provides for the needs of our children, during financially difficult and educationally challenging times. To develop an education spending plan which is responsible to the Core Curriculum Content Standards of the State Department of Education, the goals of the District Board of Education, and the community; is responsive to the taxpayer; and provides for the needs of our children, during financially difficult and educationally challenging times.

3 Budget Assumption # 1 State aid increased by 5% from the previous budget year Total State Aid:2008/2009 $76,296, /2010$80,104,128 Increase in Aid 2009/2010$ 3,807,235 –State aid for the school year is based on the number of identified at- risk students in the district –Free & Reduced Lunch eligibility increased by approximately 1,700 students in the most recent annual Application for State School Aid

4 Budget Assumption # 2 Local tax levy assessment will be at the same level as the school year There will be no tax levy increase There will be no tax levy increase 2008/ / / /2010 Total budgeted fund balance$ 3,147,124$ 4,098,004 Total budgeted fund balance$ 3,147,124$ 4,098,004 Local tax levy - No increase$ 13,636,640$ 13,636,640 Local tax levy - No increase$ 13,636,640$ 13,636,640 State/Federal/Misc. Revenue$ 96,636,590$102,003,777 State/Federal/Misc. Revenue$ 96,636,590$102,003,777 Total revenues - $113,420,354$119,738,421 Total revenues - $113,420,354$119,738,421

5 Budget Assumption - # 3 The district will maintain educational programs All current programs are included in the funding for All current programs are included in the funding for New instructional programs are added. New instructional programs are added. Educationally necessary upgrades for science and technology. Educationally necessary upgrades for science and technology. Repairs to building mechanicals and structures. Repairs to building mechanicals and structures.

6 Budget Assumption - # 4 Class sizes per DOE recommendations Grades Pre K 15 or fewer students Grades Pre K 15 or fewer students Grades K 21 or fewer students Grades K 21 or fewer students Grades or fewer students Grades or fewer students Grades or fewer students per class Grades or fewer students per class

7 Budget Assumption - # 5 Program Required Staffing Two speech therapists Two speech therapists One Pre-K autistic teacher One Pre-K autistic teacher Two Pre-K ABA therapists Two Pre-K ABA therapists 2 aides for community based instruction 2 aides for community based instruction One High School Math teacher One High School Math teacher

8 Budget Assumption - # 6 Emphasis on basic skills services in Grades K-12: This emphasis will address the requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act This emphasis will address the requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act Summer Math Readiness Program for incoming HS freshmen (9 th graders) Summer Math Readiness Program for incoming HS freshmen (9 th graders) BEAM (Title III) for bilingual immigrant students who have moved to US within the last three years BEAM (Title III) for bilingual immigrant students who have moved to US within the last three years

9 Budget Assumption # 7 Secondary School Initiatives Small Learning Communities – Small Learning Communities –Gr.9-12 Project Triple Threat Performing Arts Program Project Triple Threat Performing Arts Program Alternative Fuels Program Alternative Fuels Program 9 th Grade Liberal Arts Academy 9 th Grade Liberal Arts Academy

10 Budget Assumption # 8 A new Special Education Pre-K Autism class will help control and reduce Special Education costs by returning students to the district A Pre-K class will be set up to accommodate 6 pupils, who normally would have been educated out-of-district A Pre-K class will be set up to accommodate 6 pupils, who normally would have been educated out-of-district No additional cost for out-of-district placements or transportation No additional cost for out-of-district placements or transportation Minimal travel for students Minimal travel for students Socialization with neighborhood children Socialization with neighborhood children Students will be placed in the least restrictive environment at PS#4 Students will be placed in the least restrictive environment at PS#4

11 Budget Assumption # 9 This budget provides for a number of supportive instructional programs Community based instruction program for students years of age Community based instruction program for students years of age Bridges Program for Grades 9-12 Bridges Program for Grades 9-12 LEAP Program for Gr. K-6 self-contained pupils LEAP Program for Gr. K-6 self-contained pupils Academic Intervention Services Academic Intervention Services –Early Literacy –Intervention and Referral Teams –After school programs

12 Budget Assumption # 10 Textbook replacement program will require minimal additional funding Part of the phased replacement plan undertaken in includes: Part of the phased replacement plan undertaken in includes: New, comprehensive language arts literacy CORE series for Gr. K-6 New, comprehensive language arts literacy CORE series for Gr. K-6 To prepare for End of Course Biology Assessment, new HS Biology textbooks To prepare for End of Course Biology Assessment, new HS Biology textbooks

13 Budget Assumption # 11 Staff Training New school level Professional Development Committees New school level Professional Development Committees New school level Data Analysis Teams New school level Data Analysis Teams We will train teachers in the revised NJCCCS We will train teachers in the revised NJCCCS

14 Budget Assumption # 12 Achievements Nationally recognized Early Childhood Program Nationally recognized Early Childhood Program Memorial HS awarded Bronze Medal status as an Outstanding National High School by US World News Memorial HS awarded Bronze Medal status as an Outstanding National High School by US World News Three Edward Bloustein Scholars selected by NJ DOE (top 10% of high school students in state) Three Edward Bloustein Scholars selected by NJ DOE (top 10% of high school students in state) 17 Urban Scholars (top 10% of high school students in state and at least 3.0 GPA by end of junior year) 17 Urban Scholars (top 10% of high school students in state and at least 3.0 GPA by end of junior year) Outstanding Model Bilingual Program honored by NJ DOE Outstanding Model Bilingual Program honored by NJ DOE Awarded $50,000 Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program Grant Awarded $50,000 Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program Grant Awarded $100,000 Federal REMS Grant Awarded $100,000 Federal REMS Grant Completion of NJQSAC in FY Completion of NJQSAC in FY

15 Budget Assumption # 12 Achievements, Continued Student athletes honored: Student athletes honored: –1-football All County –8-Boys Soccer All County and 3 All State; –1-Boys Cross Country All County; –1-Boys Basketball All County; –4-Girls Tennis All County; –4-Girls Soccer All County; –5-Girls Volleyball All County; –3-Girls Basketball All County; –2-Girls Swimming All County –1-Girls Indoor Track All County Alliance for a Healthier Generation and President Clinton awarded silver medal to PS#4 and bronze medal to PS#5, MS and MHS Alliance for a Healthier Generation and President Clinton awarded silver medal to PS#4 and bronze medal to PS#5, MS and MHS PS#4 recognized as Healthiest School in NJ PS#4 recognized as Healthiest School in NJ

16 Budget Assumption # 13 The Administration and Board have implemented a number of efficiencies Increased free/reduced lunch participation to 77.45% from 50.84%, generating additional $2.5 M in state aid Increased free/reduced lunch participation to 77.45% from 50.84%, generating additional $2.5 M in state aid 100% participation in SEMI to generate revenue for the district 100% participation in SEMI to generate revenue for the district Increased E-Rate funding from 83% to almost 90%, reducing telecommunications costs and technology upgrades costs Increased E-Rate funding from 83% to almost 90%, reducing telecommunications costs and technology upgrades costs Inter-local agreements with Town of West New York for school security, garbage removal, use of Town athletic fields and public parks, non-public nursing, use of Hudson Hall, fuel for district school buses and vehicles Inter-local agreements with Town of West New York for school security, garbage removal, use of Town athletic fields and public parks, non-public nursing, use of Hudson Hall, fuel for district school buses and vehicles Inter-local agreements with Hudson County Schools of Technology for the inspection and repair of school buses and out-of-district transportation for special education students Inter-local agreements with Hudson County Schools of Technology for the inspection and repair of school buses and out-of-district transportation for special education students

17 Budget Assumption # 14 The Administration and Board have implemented a number of efficiencies and reductions $1,233,341 - Tuition costs reduced through agreements with other public school districts and return of students to district programs $1,233,341 - Tuition costs reduced through agreements with other public school districts and return of students to district programs Cost analysis of competitive quotes for health benefits Cost analysis of competitive quotes for health benefits $294,322 - Participate in state-wide public bidding/purchasing consortium (Educational Data) $294,322 - Participate in state-wide public bidding/purchasing consortium (Educational Data) $12,000 - Participate in Gloucester County Educational Services for accounting package software $12,000 - Participate in Gloucester County Educational Services for accounting package software $37,000 – excluding discounts; participation in ACT; $37,000 – excluding discounts; participation in ACT; E-Rate is approximately 90% to reduce telecommunications costs and fund technology projects E-Rate is approximately 90% to reduce telecommunications costs and fund technology projects $161,000 over 2 years - Participation in ACES to reduce energy costs (electric) $161,000 over 2 years - Participation in ACES to reduce energy costs (electric) $245,666 - Consolidation/elimination of transportation routes $245,666 - Consolidation/elimination of transportation routes

18 Budget Assumption # 15 Progress in reducing workers compensation costs = less time taken away from providing education services to our students

19 Budget Assumption # 16 Repair of aged facilities Capital outlay projects - $1,414,000 PS#1 Replace Annex Bridge Window Glass -$ 15,200 PS#1 Replace Annex Bridge Window Glass -$ 15,200 PS#1 Repair/replace sidewalk and bluestone -$ 85,000 PS#1 Repair/replace sidewalk and bluestone -$ 85,000 PS#1 Renovate 2 bathrooms -$ 25,000 PS#1 Renovate 2 bathrooms -$ 25,000 PS#5 Replace single exterior door -$ 6,600 PS#5 Replace single exterior door -$ 6,600 PS#6 Replace boiler sections -$ 20,200 PS#6 Replace boiler sections -$ 20,200 PS#6 Chimney structural repairs -$ 43,000 PS#6 Chimney structural repairs -$ 43,000 PS#1,5,6 Install new science labs -$816,000 PS#1,5,6 Install new science labs -$816,000 PS#1,5,6 Install new locks/swipe systems -$390,000 PS#1,5,6 Install new locks/swipe systems -$390,000

20 RevenuesRevenues HUDSON - WEST NEW YORK TOWN Advertised Revenues Budget CategoryAccount ActualRevisedAnticipated OPERATING BUDGET Budgeted Fund Balance - Pperating Budget ,147,1244,098,004 Transfers from Other Funds ,048 Revenues from Local Sources: Local Tax Levy ,112,15413,636,640 Unrestricted Miscellaneous Revenues 10- 1XXX686,259500,000512,158 SUBTOTAL 13,798,41314,136,64014,148,798

21 Revenues (cont) Revenues from State Sources: Core Curriculum Standards Aid ,834,901 Supplemental Core Curriculum Standards Aid ,031,410 Education Opportunity Aid ,002,665 Transportation Aid ,761 Special Education Aid ,568,336 Bilingual Education ,443,536 Extraordinary Aid ,390152,200 Consolidated Aid ,315 Other State Aids10-3XXX10,302 Categorical Special Education Aid ,351,9893,534,788 Equalization Aid ,659,25273,400,492 Categorical Security Aid ,061,2832,597,223 Adjustment Aid ,776,927 Categorical Transportation Aid ,242419,425 SUBTOTAL 72,034,61676,296,89380,104,128 Revenues from Federal Sources: Medicaid Reimbursement ,209266,000195,878 SUBTOTAL 345,209266,000195,878 Adjustment for Prior Year Encumbrances 61,275 Actual Revenues (Over)/Under Expenditures 695,505 TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET 87,160,79193,907,93298,546,808 GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS

22 Revenues (cont) Revenues from State Sources: Early Childhood Program Aid - Pr Year Carryover ,850448,729 Early Childhood Program Aid ,871,499 Demonstrably Effective Program Aid ,690,055 Preschool Education Aid ,625,80814,132,464 Other Restricted Entitlements20-32XX518,452665,952560,824 TOTAL REVENUES FROM STATE SOURCES 16,080,00614,492,61015,142,017 Revenues from Federal Sources: Title I ,444,9563,471,963 I.D.E.A. Part B (Handicapped) ,608,2731,533,829 Vocational Education ,154108,965 Other20-4XXX858,1701,550,117934,839 TOTAL REVENUES FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 5,034,5536,664,8746,049,596 Transfers from Operating Budget-PreK ,061395,156 TOTAL GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS 21,622,62021,552,64021,191,613 TOTAL REVENUES/SOURCES 108,783,411115,460,572119,738,421 DEDUCT REVENUES INCLUDED IN MULTIPLE FUNDS DUE TO TRANSFERS: Transfers from Operating Budget-PreK ,061395,156 TOTAL REVENUES/SOURCES NET OF TRANSFERS 108,275,350115,065,416119,738,421

23 Appropriations Advertised Appropriations Budget CategoryAccount ExpendituresRev. Approp.Appropriations GENERAL CURRENT EXPENSE Instruction: Regular Programs11-1XX-100-XXX1,863,5541,760,3761,375,206 Special Education11-2XX-100-XXX329,317302,756363,058 Basic Skills/Remedial XXX6,30012,000 School Sponsored Athletics XXX573,086550,000585,000 Community Services Programs/Operations XXX1,576,7441,487,4861,796,000 Support Services: Tuition XXX2,955,8453,965,6702,732,329 Attendance and Social Work Services XXX290,842350,002393,145 Health Services XXX 74,98077,484 Speech, OT, PT, Related & Extraordinary Services ,217613,484868,8811,067,379 Guidance XXX19,75723,80016,800 Child Study Teams XXX2,444,4302,576,5422,754,817 Improvement of Instructional Services XXX2,601,7092,755,4642,843,743 General Administration XXX2,299,0401,850,5322,852,643 School Administration XXX124,325154,593157,009 Central Svcs & Admin Info Technology X-XXX2,252,8592,476,1672,557,408 Operation and Maintenance of Plant Services X-XXX8,010,7837,812,5558,426,518 Student Transportation Services XXX1,897,0841,715,2261,703,092 Personal Services - Employee Benefits11-XXX-XXX-2XX6,625,2628,200,1826,832,881 Total Support Services Expenditures 30,135,42032,824,59432,415,248 TOTAL GENERAL CURRENT EXPENSE 34,484,42136,937,21236,546,512

24 Appropriations (cont) CAPITAL EXPENDITURES Equipment12-XXX-XXX-73X311,616101,275400,000 Facilities Acquisition and Construction Services XX-XXX 270,0001,414,000 TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 311,616371,2751,814,000 Transfer of Funds to Charter Schools X92,98187,56065,085 General Fund Contribution to SBB ,271,77356,511,88560,121,211 OPERATING BUDGET GRAND TOTAL 87,160,79193,907,93298,546,808 SPECIAL GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS Instruction XXX2,271,6112,656,4602,465,305 Preschool Education Aid: Support Services XXX10,492,25811,364,50411,792,073 Facilities Acquisition and Construction Services XXX 323,815 TOTAL PRESCHOOL EDUCATION AID 12,763,86914,020,96414,581,193 Other State Projects: Nonpublic Textbooks20-XXX-XXX-XXX35,35836,029 Nonpublic Auxiliary Services20-XXX-XXX-XXX324,135359,647 Nonpublic Handicapped Services20-XXX-XXX-XXX82,75591,312 Nonpublic Nursing Services20-XXX-XXX-XXX50,48948,636 Nonpublic Technology Initiative20-XXX-XXX-XXX25,71525,200 Other Special Projects20-XXX-XXX-XXX 105,128 Total State Projects 13,282,32114,686,91615,142,017

25 Appropriations (cont) Federal Projects: Title I20-XXX-XXX-XXX2,444,9561,924,960 I.D.E.A. Part B (Handicapped)20-XXX-XXX-XXX1,608,2731,533,829 Vocational Education20-XXX-XXX-XXX123,154108,965 Other Special Projects20-XXX-XXX-XXX858,1701,367,655752,377 Total Federal Projects 5,034,5534,935,4094,320,131 Grant & Entitlements Cont to SBB 20-XXX-XXX-9303,305,7461,930,3151,729,465 TOTAL GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS 21,622,62021,552,64021,191,613 Total Expenditures 108,783,411115,460,572119,738,421 DEDUCT EXPENDITURES INCLUDED IN MULTIPLE FUNDS DUE TO TRANSFERS: Local Contrib-Transfer to Grants & Entitlements11-1XX ,061395,156 Capital Reserve - Transfer to Repayment of Debt TOTAL EXPENDITURES NET OF TRANSFERS 108,275,350115,065,416119,738,421


Download ppt "West New York School District 2009-2010 Proposed School Budget presented by Dr. Robert Van Zanten, Superintendent Rena Hendrick, SBA/BS."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google