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1 Budget Planning Update Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation

2 Important Items of Note This presentation represents the preliminary planning for the budget. The finalize budget is built by administration and the Board’s budget planning committee At the end of this process the full Board will approve the spending plan for the school district. This spending plan becomes a proposition that will go to the voters on May 18 th.

3 Important Items of Note The budget does not determine the tax rate. – Based on assessment that changes annually – Tax levy determined by the Board in August – The rate (per $1000) for this school year decreased with a levy of 3%. The approved spending plan along with other revenue determines the needed funds from taxpayers. – State & Federal Aid – Grants for all sources – Donations, Use of Money, and other receipts

4 Important Items of Note These budget presentations are based on changing information. – State aid runs – Federal aid and grant approvals – Needs of the district (cost of business, programs, etc) – Determinations made by administration and the Board of Education

5 Mission and Goals The mission of the Morristown Central school district is to prepare all students to confidently and competently pursue their goals and to demonstrate ethical responsibility to the world around them. Fostering an instructional environment that focuses on student need. Integrating technology in a meaningful way to improve student learning. Meeting NYS academic standards at the mastery level.

6 Goals & Strategic Plan Guidelines Initiate programs and services that are consistent with our mission Initiate programs and services that contribute to our mission Expect potential programs to have a plan for implementation and assessment of effectiveness Not allow negative thinking to interfere with the consideration of new ideas

7 Today’s Budget Climate February 3, 2010 Current fiscal situation – Governor’s budget calls for a $1.1 reduction in aid – Our anticipated cut in aid for $204,000. – Possibility of Aid being withheld in March District Direction – Maintain as close to a zero-dollar increase as possible while maintaining focus on mission, goals, and the strategic plan (Contingent budget will be 0% - pending legislative action) Current political environment – Signals from Albany that cuts will happen

8 Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation Budget Central Services – Utilities – Material & Supplies – BOCES Services Maintenance – Buildings Transportation Bus Garage – Operation of the building

9 General Breakdown of

10 Playground What happens if we cannot fit the playground into building project? – Include it as an expenditure in the budget Part of the budget Separate proposition for public vote – Use funds not in the appropriated fund balance – expenditure Impacts: BAN possibility, additional reserves – Repair current playground with insurance funds We should know if these options are needed in March

11 Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation Budget – Central Services Central ServicesActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Salaries $ 83,001 $ 93,468 $ 90,916 $ (2,552)-2.7% Equipment (Playground) $ 7,300 $ 4,000 $ 81,000 $ 77, % Contractual Services $ 226,437 $ 202,310 $ 222,510 $ 21, % Materials & Supplies $ 27,895 $ 25,000 $ -0.0% BOCES Waste Disposal $ 10,026 $ 9,885 $ 10,000 $ % Total Central Services $ 354,659 $ 334,663 $ 429,526 $ 94, % Central ServicesActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Salaries $ 83,001 $ 93,468 $ 90,916 $ (2,552)-2.7% Equipment (Playground) $ 7,300 $ 4,000 $ 6,000 $ 2, % Contractual Services $ 226,437 $ 202,310 $ 222,510 $ 21, % Materials & Supplies $ 27,895 $ 25,000 $ -0.0% BOCES Waste Disposal $ 10,026 $ 9,885 $ 10,000 $ % Total Central Services $ 354,659 $ 334,663 $ 429,526 $ 19,8635.9%

12 Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation Budget – Major Changes Contractual Services DEPARTMENTActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Central Services – Equipment $ 7,300$ 4, 000$ 81,000$77, Playground ‘safety net’ ($75,000); Furnace filters/parts ($2,000) Central Services – Contractual $ 7, 211$ 10, 000$ 16, 000$ 6, Building Condition Survey (BCS) $ 6,000 Central Services - Fuel Oil $ 136,953$100, 000$ 113,400$ 13, , 000 gallons, currently $1.969 Central Services - Telephone $ 1,784$ 1,500$ 2, 500$ 1, Increase of Use / Cost of Business Table includes changes of 10% or $5, 000 within individual departments and reasons for the differences

13 Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation Budget – Maintenance MaintenanceActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Salaries $ 58,300 $ 66,500 $ 62,600 $ (3,900) -5.9% Equipment $ - 0.0% Contractual $ 16,988 $ 40,000 $ - 0.0% Materials & Supplies $ 15,355 $ 28,000 $ - 0.0% BOCES Safety/Risk Management $ 6,855 $ 6,758 $ 7,100 $ % TOTAL Maintenance $ 97,498 $ 141,258 $ 137,700 $ (3,558)-2.5% No major increases or decreases in this portion of the budget.

14 Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation Budget – Transportation & Bus Garage TransportationActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Salaries $ 245,479 $ 265,500 $ 275,694 $ 10,1943.8% Equipment $ - 0.0% Contractual $ 7,419 $ 13,300 $ 14,000 $ % Materials & Supplies $ 86,135 $ 89,700 $ 106,400 $ 16, % BOCES Testing $ 2,761 $ 2,450 $ 3,000 $ % TOTAL District Transportation $ 341,794 $ 370,950 $ 399,094 $ 28,1447.6% The recent retirement is not factored into this slide.

15 Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation Budget – Major Changes Transportation & Bus Garage DEPARTMENTActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Transportation – Salaries $ 245,479$ 265,500$ 275,694$ 10, Contractual obligation – may change based on retirement/hire Transportation – Materials & Supplies $ 86,135$ 89,700$ 106,400$ 16, Diesel Fuel 23,000 gallons. Currently $2.15) Transportation – BOCES Testing $ 2,761$2,450$ 3,000$ % Anticipating an increase in the NYS fee to certify Bus Driver Trainers Bus Garage – Contractual $ 11,086$ 12,300$ 14,050$ 1, % Fuel Oil 2,500 gallons)

16 Expenditure History by Area

17 (No Playground)

18 General Breakdown no playground w/playground

19 Buildings, Grounds, & Transportation Summary DepartmentActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Central Services$ 354, 659$ 334,663$ 430,576$ 95, % Maintenance$ 97,498$ 141,258$ 137,700$ (3,558)-2.5% Transportation$ 341,794$ 370,950$ 399,094$ 28,1447.6% Bus Garage$ 11,086$ 12,300$14,050$1, % TOTAL$ 805,037$ 859,171$ 981,420$122, % DepartmentActual Budget Proposed Change in Budget $Change in Budget % Central Services$ 354, 659$ 334,663$ 355,576$ 20, % Maintenance$ 97,498$ 141,258$ 137,700$ (3,558)-2.5% Transportation$ 341,794$ 370,950$ 399,094$ 28,1447.6% Bus Garage$ 11,086$ 12,300$14,050$1, % TOTAL$ 805,037$ 859,171$ 981,420$ 44, %

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