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Averill Park Central School District Superintendents Budget Draft for 2010-2011 for 2010-2011.

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1 Averill Park Central School District Superintendents Budget Draft for for

2 MISSION Through a community partnership the Averill Park Central School District will ensure opportunities for each person to maximize individual potential in the pursuit of life-long learning by providing a safe, respectful, student-centered environment.

3 Who are we in AP? 3357 Students (3262 Sept 10) 3357 Students (3262 Sept 10) Approximately 2200 Families Approximately 2200 Families 8814 taxable parcels 8814 taxable parcels 140 square miles, 73 buses on the road, 1 million miles traveled per year 140 square miles, 73 buses on the road, 1 million miles traveled per year Academically Successful Academically Successful Largest local Employer Largest local Employer

4 Demographics 97% Caucasian 97% Caucasian 11% Free or Reduced Lunch Program 11% Free or Reduced Lunch Program 98% Stability 98% Stability 15% Students with Disabilities 15% Students with Disabilities Under 1% Limited English Proficiency Under 1% Limited English Proficiency Under 1% Homeless Under 1% Homeless 1% Home-Schooled students 1% Home-Schooled students 5% Enrolled in private schools 5% Enrolled in private schools

5 97% Student Attendance 97% Student Attendance 3% Student Suspensions 3% Student Suspensions 3% Drop-Out Rate 3% Drop-Out Rate 1% GED 1% GED 93% Graduation Rate (Local + Regents) 93% Graduation Rate (Local + Regents) 85% Post-Secondary Education 85% Post-Secondary Education

6 Suburban Suburban Average needs Average needs Low free/reduced Lunch Population Low free/reduced Lunch Population Fewer families below poverty Fewer families below poverty

7 Whats the bottom line? The budget to budget spending is DECREASED by $327,778 or -0.59% The budget to budget spending is DECREASED by $327,778 or -0.59% The tax levy increase is 3.56% The tax levy increase is 3.56% The Superintendents budget honors the BOEs guidelines of maintaining a quality program that is fiscally responsible The Superintendents budget honors the BOEs guidelines of maintaining a quality program that is fiscally responsible

8 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS Maintains class size guidelines K Maintains K-12 instructional program including LOTE Maintains K-12 transportation at current level Maintains Athletics at current level Maintains Extra-Curricular at current level Maintains AIS at current level Maintains K-12 Art and Music at current level Maintains K-12 Library at current level

9 Changes effective Reduce from 5 elementary buildings to 3 Reduce from 5 elementary buildings to 3 Reduce by 12.5 FTE faculty Reduce by 12.5 FTE faculty Reduce professional development and Mentoring Reduce professional development and Mentoring Reduce Business Course offerings Reduce Business Course offerings Reduce Questar services Reduce Questar services Reduced energy use district-wide and avoided spending over $1.7 million over 4 years Reduced energy use district-wide and avoided spending over $1.7 million over 4 years Move some special education expense from general fund to federal fund as a result of stimulus aid Move some special education expense from general fund to federal fund as a result of stimulus aid

10 Major Financial Impacts Loss of state aid through GAP Elimination and Govs budget ($2.5 million) Loss of state aid through GAP Elimination and Govs budget ($2.5 million) Reduced general fund exp budget and increase federal fund budget (2 nd and final year of Fed Stimulus $) Reduced general fund exp budget and increase federal fund budget (2 nd and final year of Fed Stimulus $) Personnel-salaries up 3.13% Personnel-salaries up 3.13% Teacher increase of +5.12% Teacher increase of +5.12% Non-instructional decrease -1.62% Non-instructional decrease -1.62% Admin increase of +1.92% Admin increase of +1.92% Personnel benefits increase 0.51% Personnel benefits increase 0.51% Non personnel and debt service overall decrease Non personnel and debt service overall decrease

11 DRAFT Budget The budget to budget spending is DECREASED by $327,778 or -0.59% for a TOTAL expense budget of $ 55,622,678 The budget to budget spending is DECREASED by $327,778 or -0.59% for a TOTAL expense budget of $ 55,622,678 The tax levy increase is 3.56% The tax levy increase is 3.56%

12 Breakdown of savings associated with school consolidations

13 GEORGE WASHINGTON

14 SAND LAKE

15 Elementary Consolidation Assumptions Enrollment based on Enrollment based on Includes completed K registration Includes completed K registration Creates 3 K-5 schools of similar size Creates 3 K-5 schools of similar size Maintains separate instructional space for Art, Music, PE, Library Maintains separate instructional space for Art, Music, PE, Library Separate spaces - Speech, SW, Psych, OT/PT, Reading Separate spaces - Speech, SW, Psych, OT/PT, Reading Maintains 4 self-contained Sped. classes Maintains 4 self-contained Sped. classes Maintains cafeteria space at all schools Maintains cafeteria space at all schools Maintains BOE class size guidelines Maintains BOE class size guidelines

16 Proposed Elementary Changes Currently have 69 sections and 73 elementary teachers across 5 buildings Currently have 69 sections and 73 elementary teachers across 5 buildings Reduce to 64 sections and 67 teachers (decline in enrollment) Reduce to 64 sections and 67 teachers (decline in enrollment) Reserve 4 rooms for self-contained Sped. Classes Reserve 4 rooms for self-contained Sped. Classes 76 full size classrooms available for homerooms in 3 schools 76 full size classrooms available for homerooms in 3 schools

17 Transitions Move all GW students to PES Move all GW students to PES Move all SL students to MH Move all SL students to MH Move North Greenbush tuition students from MH to WSL Move North Greenbush tuition students from MH to WSL Move district offices to APHS Move district offices to APHS

18 Poestenkill PES has 22 rooms available PES has 22 rooms available Currently PES has 16 HRs; GW has 6 HRs Currently PES has 16 HRs; GW has 6 HRs Consolidation and enrollment reduction allows for a total of 20 HRs Consolidation and enrollment reduction allows for a total of 20 HRs PES retains 2 self-contained Sped. classes PES retains 2 self-contained Sped. classes Maintains class size guidelines Maintains class size guidelines

19 Miller Hill MH has 27 rooms available MH has 27 rooms available Currently MH has 16 HRs; SL has 8 HRs Currently MH has 16 HRs; SL has 8 HRs Consolidation and enrollment reduction allows for a total of 21 HRs Consolidation and enrollment reduction allows for a total of 21 HRs Maintains 2 self-contained Sped. classes Maintains 2 self-contained Sped. classes Leaves 2-3 full size rooms open Leaves 2-3 full size rooms open Maintains class size guidelines Maintains class size guidelines

20 West Sand Lake WSL has 27 rooms available WSL has 27 rooms available Currently WSL has 23 HRs Currently WSL has 23 HRs 23 sections would be maintained for sections would be maintained for All Little Red students move from MH to WSL All Little Red students move from MH to WSL 2-3 full size rooms remain open 2-3 full size rooms remain open Maintains class size guidelines Maintains class size guidelines

21 Transportation MH transportation remains the same MH transportation remains the same PES transportation remains the same PES transportation remains the same Currently GW area students board beginning at 7:15 AM with drop off at 7:45 for a maximum of 30 minutes Currently GW area students board beginning at 7:15 AM with drop off at 7:45 for a maximum of 30 minutes GW area students will board beginning at 8:20 with drop off at 9AM for a maximum of 40 minutes GW area students will board beginning at 8:20 with drop off at 9AM for a maximum of 40 minutes


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