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OPEN ENROLLMENT Informational Meeting. Cost Models Choice College & Career Ready External Forces: Ohio’s 3 Cs.

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1 OPEN ENROLLMENT Informational Meeting

2 Cost Models Choice College & Career Ready External Forces: Ohio’s 3 Cs

3 3 Cs & Open Enrollment College/Career Protect programs that are important to students and their families Choice Intrinsic value in choosing education Must be competitive Losing 500+ students Cost Efficient use of staff/leadership Generate $5,700 per student

4 Why consider Open Enrollment? More than three quarters of Ohio’s 664 school districts have it 425 Statewide (64 percent) 91 Adjacent (13.7 percent) 148 None (22.3 percent)  Attract serious students interested in Reynoldsburg’s rigorous programs  Protect programs that are important to Reynoldsburg families  Alternative to raising taxes on the Reynoldsburg community

5 Investigations & residency sweeps  Enrollment staff investigates:  Tips from community  Returned mail  Bad phone numbers  Apartment complex owners cooperate in verifying residency both at enrollment and throughout the year  Unresolved cases referred to private investigator

6 Competition for students Loss of $3.7 million = 57 teachers = 5.4 mills  474 Reynoldsburg students chose community schools this year (474 x $7,500 = $3.5 million)  39 Reynoldsburg students open-enrolled in other school districts (39 x $5,700 = $.2 million) State tax dollars + local taxes follow students to community school or open enrollment district

7 Revenue Losses State Funding - $1.6M TPP Reimbursement -$1.0M Real Estate Taxes - $1.0M TOTAL LOSSES -$3.6M RCSD is collecting less revenue than was anticipated when the operating levy passed in Levy revenue (2012) = $6M

8 Personnel Expenditures From FY2009 through FY2012, the District cut more than 200 positions Anticipate cutting an additional 20 positions in FY2013

9 Expenditures per pupil District Change Upper Arlington$15,172$14, Grandview Heights$15,085$14, Columbus$14,967$14, Bexley$14,337$14, Worthington$13,305$12, Dublin$13,013$12, New Albany-Plain$12,249$11, Gahanna-Jefferson$11,625$11, Hilliard$11,398$11, Whitehall$11,232$10, Westerville$10,890$10, Groveport$10,657$10, Canal Winchester$10,507$9, Southwestern$10,397$9, Reynoldsburg$9,313$9, Hamilton$9,191$8,

10 Revenues vs. Expenditures

11 Open Enrollment  An additional revenue source could do any or all of the following:  Delay the need for an additional levy  Reduce the amount of additional cuts  Reduce the amount of levy millage needed

12 Exit Survey  Guidelines Are there any additional categories that should appear on the priority list Please rank  General comments


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