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2 Budget Reduction Plan for the school year

3 ◦ Students First ◦ Be Fiscally Responsible ◦ Retain Programs ◦ Retain People

4 ◦ Look at effects change might have on the entire system. ◦ The easy way isn’t always the best way. ◦ The cure can be worse than the disease.

5 Look at effects change might have on the entire system. Look at effects change might have on the entire system. The easy way isn’t always the best way. The easy way isn’t always the best way. The cure can be worse than the disease. The cure can be worse than the disease.

6 A-Team and Cabinet MeetingsMeetings Analysis of consequencesAnalysis of consequences How might we manage changesHow might we manage changes Costing out of ideasCosting out of ideas Contacting other districtsContacting other districts

7 Accumulated ideas from staff and community: Voice mailVoice mail Individual meetingsIndividual meetings

8 Worked with union leadership:  Draft list of reductions  Seniority lists to determine accuracy of potential layoffs

9 Met with those whose job status might be affected:  Chris: Support Staff  Gary:Certified Staff

10 Started to meet with those whose programs might be affected.

11 TeachersTeachers Support StaffSupport Staff

12  Reduced teaching and Support staff w/ERI (no layoffs!)  Used Federal Stimulus dollars  Reduced athletic budgets  Self-funded field trips  Plus more…

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14 Original Budget June 2009 Proposed Amendment March 2010 % Change Total Revenues$ 25,679,124$ 25,409,252(1.05%) Total Expenditures $ 26,576,253$ 26,576,336-- Net Change$ (897,129)$ (1,167,084) Fund Balance$ 3,582, % $ 3,312, %

15 $6,883 $7,151 $7, (-$165-$268) (-$165)

16 $7,151 $7, (no change) (-$165)

17 $6,896 $7,151 $7, (-$255) $765,000 for TK (-$165)

18 $7,033 $7,151 $7, (-$118) $355,000 for TK (-$165)

19 Retirement Rate: per Governor’s Budget: ◦ from 16.94% to 19.41% ◦ (2.47% increase = $350,000) per Senate Bill: ◦ from 16.94% to 17.08% ◦ (.14% increase = $20,000)

20 Insurance: ◦ Still unknown (Kent County Average ~ 18%) ◦ Range of increase: 8% - 28% ◦ $265,000 - $925,000 (More information by May 1 st )

21  Budget reductions are necessary  Spend into Fund Balance  How much is contingent upon: ◦ State funding ◦ Possible legislative reforms ◦ Health insurance increases ◦ Outcome of negotiations

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23  Discontinue subs for custodians (when possible)  Discontinue weekend building checks  Reduce extra summer cleaners  Share KISD bus run with Caledonia Schools  Discontinue self operated Driver Education

24  Reduce Auditorium manager  Reduce Energy manager  Police Liaison Officer  Increase facility use revenues  Green school initiatives ◦ (paperless pay stubs, volunteer personal appliance program, reduce copies) Projected Savings $127,900

25  Freeze textbook purchases  Reduce conferences for professional development  Reduce substitute costs for curriculum work  After school programs (become tuition paid) Projected Savings $170,500

26  Reduce salaries  Reduce benefits Projected Savings $140,000

27  2.5 Elementary teaching staff  1.0 Literacy coach Projected Savings $297,500

28  3.0 Teaching staff .4 Literacy coach  1.0 – 2.0Counselors  1.0 Media Teacher  Reduce extra days for counselors Projected Savings $391,500 - $491,500

29  1.0 Teacher Projected Savings $65,000

30  2 day custodians  2 secretary positions  1 media assistant  Alternative Education aide  3 part-time food service/office monitors  Reduce copy center hours  1 special ed aide Projected Savings $312,500

31 Reduce expenses and increase revenues ◦ Including but not limited to:  One way transportation where appropriate  Increase “Pay to Participate” Projected Savings $54,500

32  General Operations$ 127,900  Instruction$ 170,500  Administration$ 140,000  Elementary$ 297,500  Secondary$ 391,500  Special Education$ 65,000  Support Personnel$ 312,500  Athletics$ 54,000 Total$1.56 million

33 ◦ Change is difficult ◦ People may be uncomfortable ◦ Consequences of inaction

34 ◦ Students First ◦ Be Fiscally Responsible ◦ Retain Programs ◦ Retain People


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