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PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED 2014-15 BUDGET WITH PREVIEW OF THE 2014 WARRANT PUBLIC HEARING ON BOND ISSUE JANUARY 14, 2014 HAMPSTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL.

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1 PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED BUDGET WITH PREVIEW OF THE 2014 WARRANT PUBLIC HEARING ON BOND ISSUE JANUARY 14, 2014 HAMPSTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL

2 “The Mission of the Hampstead School District is to provide challenging education experiences that enable all students to succeed to their individual potential in a rapidly changing global community.” 1. Community Relations 2. Capital Improvement 3. Curriculum CCSS 4. Technology 5. Budget Public Hearing on Budget Public Hearing on Bond Issue

3 To the inhabitants of the School District of the Town of Hampstead, New Hampshire, qualified to vote in District affairs: First Session of Annual Meeting (Deliberative) You are hereby notified to meet at the Hampstead Middle School, 28 School Street, Hampstead, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, the 4 th day of February 2014, at 7:00 p.m. This session shall consist of explanation, discussion, and debate of warrant articles number 2 through 7. Warrant articles may be amended subject to the following limitations: (a) warrant articles whose wording is prescribed by law shall not be amended, (b) warrant articles that are amended shall be placed on the official ballot for a final vote on the main motion, as amended, and (c) no warrant article shall be amended to eliminate the subject matter of the article. Second Session of Annual Meeting (Voting) Voting on warrant articles number 1 through 7 will be conducted by official ballot to be held in conjunction with town meeting voting to be held on Tuesday, the 11 th day of March, 2014 at the Hampstead Middle School, 28 School Street, Hampstead, New Hampshire. Polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. and remain open until 8:00 p.m School District Warrant

4 To choose the following school district officers: School Board Member3-year term School District Clerk3-year term School District Treasurer3-year term School District Moderator3-year term 2014 School District Warrant The filing period for vacancies is January 22 to January 31 with the District Clerk at HCS or at the Superintendent’s Office. There is a $1 filing fee for district vacancies (no filing fee for school board vacancies).

5 Open public hearing on Proposed Budget. Motion to move the Budget public hearing until after the public hearing on the Bond. Second. Call the vote. Close the public hearing on the budget. Open the public hearing on the bond.

6 Article 2 – Bond Issue/Phase I Hampstead Central School and Hampstead Middle School Renovation and Construction Project/10 Year Bond Shall the voters of the Hampstead School District raise and appropriate the sum of $6,180,520 for the Phase I Renovation and Construction Plan of the Hampstead Central School and Hampstead Middle School and to authorize the issuance of not more than $6,180,520 of bonds or notes in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33) and to authorize the District to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes and to determine the rate of interest thereon; and to further raise and appropriate an additional sum of $133, for the first year’s interest payment on the bond? (3/5 MAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED) Public Hearing on the Bond

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8 10 Year Bond at 3.748% SchoolPrincipalInterestTotalTax Rate Year Payment Effect 2015$133, $ $620,520.00$220,134.75$840,654.75$ $620,000.00$196,875.00$816,875.00$ $620,000.00$173,625.00$793,625.00$ $620,000.00$150,375.00$770,375.00$ $620,000.00$127,125.00$747,125.00$ $620,000.00$103,875.00$723,875.00$ $615,000.00$80,718.75$695,718.75$ $615,000.00$57,656.25$672,656.25$ $615,000.00$34,593.75$649,593.75$ $615,000.00$11,531.25$626,531.25$0.62 $6,180,520.00$1,290,421.02$7,470,941.02

9 Close the public hearing on the bond. Re-open the public hearing on the budget. Public Hearing on Budget

10 Shall the voters of the Hampstead School District raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately, the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling $23,863,412? Should this article be defeated, the operating budget shall be $23,853,314, which is the same as last year, with certain adjustments required by previous action of the Hampstead School District or by law; or the governing body may hold one special meeting, in accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating budget only. Note: Warrant Article 3 (Operating Budget) does not include appropriations proposed under any other warrant articles. (MAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED) Public Hearing on Budget

11 District Goals Budget Drivers Budget Changes by Department Increases / decreases Facilities Projects Staffing Overall Budget Proposal Default Budget Public Hearing on Budget

12 Student Proficiency By the end of 2015, district proficiency results will increase by 5% of the baseline in reading and math as measured by Dibels and iReady. Data-Driven Decisions Decisions about instruction will be based on data as evidenced by the use of data documents, meeting notes, agendas, observations and staff reflections. Public Hearing on Budget

13 Insurance Rates increased 5.4% GMR Retirement rates remain the same SAU Budget line is removed from the budget and will be added as a warrant article Capital Reserve Contribution $75,000 as separate Warrant Article Enrollments for students at Pinkerton Increase at K-8 (11 students at the Middle School ) Pinkerton Tuition increase of 4.9% Public Hearing on Budget

14 GRADE NESDEC (2013) Projected (Actual ) HSD ESTIMATE Preschool Kindergarten Grade One Grade Two Grade Three Grade Four TOTAL HCS Grade Five Grade Six Grade Seven Grade Eight TOTAL HMS Total P students

15 GRADE NESDEC (2013) Projected Actuals HSD Estimates Grade Nine Grade Ten Grade Eleven Grade Twelve PA Ungraded 222 TOTAL PA DISTRICT students 19 students Public Hearing on Budget

16 Math Textbooks -$104,600 Implementation costs built into previous budget, 0 in Supplies -$3,074 Drops in 6 elementary lines Testing – scoring +$3,350 Costs for I-ready, per student expense, curriculum lines for workbooks and curriculum +$7,283 Math instructional equip, spelling workbooks, science kits information access fees +$1,080 Costs to expand accessibility for Brain Pop software Bottom line 2014 Budget$231, Proposed$132,591 Decrease of $97,009

17 Increases Math Textbooks = $53, 750 – new series and materials Testing= 1,140 – i-Ready testing/scoring for all HMS students Decreases Music = $,2400 – one time purchase of timpani removed from line Reading Texts = $700 – some texts are on-line Public Hearing on Budget Bottom line 2014 Budget$169, Proposed$223,296 Increase of $53,863

18 District Curriculum Development +$17,248 Staff stipends for summer 2014 LETRS training Curriculum development for new math program adoption District In-Service Training -$2, District In-service training +$7,400 Trainer costs for LETRS Curriculum Director +$1,690 Expenses for staff participation in summer 2014 Performance Assessment Ntwk cohort and LETRS training Public Hearing on Budget Bottom line 2014 Budget$46, Proposed$69, 638 Increase of $23,538

19 Tech repairs +$2, Information access fees +$5, Instructional software - $7, New Technology equipment +$11, Replacement Tech equipment -$11,000 Bottom line 2014 Budget$148, Proposed$148,390 Decrease of $62 Public Hearing on Budget

20 Tuitions Increase in tuition to other LEAs $38,620 Increase in tuition for Special Education programs for Pinkerton Academy $70,650 Increase in Tuition to private schools $43,974 Decrease in Residential costs $63,587 Increase in Specialized transportation $55,000 Public Hearing on Budget Bottom line 2014 Budget$2,330, Proposed$2,475,214 Increase of $145,063

21 $11,980 decrease in utilities overall due to anticipated favorable pricing $15,200 increase in Grounds replacement equipment to replace aging lawn mower $15,000 increase in Facilities Projects line over last year ($90,000 cut from last year) Bottom line 2014 Budget$655, Proposed$679,688 Increase of $24,603 Public Hearing on Budget

22 ItemProject DescriptionLocationEstimate 1Classroom RenovationsBoth$35,000 2Replace Street SignsBoth$6,500 3Underground Oil Storage Tank Revisions (required) HCS$17,000 4Painting, non classroomBoth$9,000 5Computer room/server A/CHCS$15,000 6Gym Floor Paint, ResurfacingHMS $6,000 7Pavement stripingBoth$1,500 8Repair CupolaHCS$5,000 9Main Office HVACHCS$20,000 TOTAL$115,000 Public Hearing on Budget

23 POSITIONSFTE Administrators98.8 Professionals Reg Ed (+ one 6 th grade)46 Reg Ed Education Specialists1817 Special Education Education Specialists Total Professionals Public Hearing on Budget

24 Support:POSITIONSFTE Regular (Library, Café, Crossing Guard) Secretarial1110 Special Education (& Psych Intern) Facilities (Maintenance & Custodial) Tech & Network Support22 Total Public Hearing on Budget

25 Proposed a new 6 th grade teacher due to 25 new students coming into HMS $ 47,280 All salaries $200,332 (includes 3% for non union) 9 single health plans plus 1 new teacher $ 93,100 All Benefits: $221,769 Bottom line: Salaries $200, % increase Benefits $221, % increase Public Hearing on Budget

26 $23,863, Difference $23,863,412$23,958,883($95,471).4 % decrease Public Hearing on Budget

27 FY 15 Budget $23,863,412 Public Hearing on Budget

28 Should the proposed budget be defeated, the Default Budget would be: $23,853,314 Default:$23,853,314 Proposed:$23,863,412 Difference: $10,098 Public Hearing on Budget

29 Prior Year Reductions & Increases Minus PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONSAdopted1-TimeDEFAULT BUDGET Acct.#(RSA 32:3,V) Operating Budget Appropriations INSTRUCTION Regular Programs amount of the same appropriations as contained in the operating budget authorized for the previous year, reduced and increased, as the case may be, by debt service, contracts, and other obligations previously incurred or mandated by law, and reduced by one-time expenditures contained in the operating budget. as determined by the governing body RSA 40:13, IX (b) "Default budget" as used in this subdivision means the amount of the same appropriations as contained in the operating budget authorized for the previous year, reduced and increased, as the case may be, by debt service, contracts, and other obligations previously incurred or mandated by law, and reduced by one-time expenditures contained in the operating budget. For the purposes of this paragraph, one-time expenditures shall be appropriations not likely to recur in the succeeding budget, as determined by the governing body, unless the provisions of RSA 40:14-b are adopted, of the local political subdivision. Public Hearing on Budget

30 Shall the voters of the Hampstead School District adopt a school administrative unit budget of $1,487,025 for the forthcoming fiscal year in which $329,283 is assigned to the school budget of this school district? This year's adjusted (default) budget of $1,455,409, with $322,187 assigned to the school budget of this school district, will be adopted if the article does not receive a majority vote of all the school district voters voting in this school administrative unit. Public Hearing on Budget 194-C:9-b Alternative Budget Procedure. I. In a school administrative unit composed of 2 or more school districts which has adopted the provisions of RSA 194-C:9-a, the school administrative unit budget adopted according to RSA 194-C:9… Notwithstanding RSA 32 and RSA 40:13, the budget adopted by the school administrative unit board shall not be amended or changed in any way prior to the vote…

31 Shall the voters of the Hampstead School District raise and appropriate up to $75,000 to be placed in the School Renovation, Reconstruction and Capital Improvement Capital Reserve Fund established in 2006, with such amount to be transferred from the June 30, 2014 unreserved fund balance (surplus) in excess of $150,000? (MAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED) (The first $150,000 of surplus will be returned to the taxpayers. The next $75,000 of the surplus will be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund. Any additional surplus will be returned to the taxpayers. The funds from this article come from the school budget surplus, not from additional taxes.) Public Hearing on Budget

32 Shall the Hampstead School District accept reports of agents, auditors, and committees as written in the 2013 Annual Report? (MAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED) Public Hearing on Budget

33 Shall the voters of the Hampstead School District within school administrative unit number 55 rescind the adoption of RSA 194- C:9-b, relative to the alternative school administrative unit budget adoption procedure, and adopt the provisions of RSA 194-C:9 as the method for governing the adoption of the school administrative unit budget? Public Hearing on Budget

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