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Proposed Budget FY 2011 Board Members: Don Pendergrass, President Mike Elliott, Vice President Pam Doyle Farrell Southern Willis Thompson Jeff Wooten,

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1 Proposed Budget FY 2011 Board Members: Don Pendergrass, President Mike Elliott, Vice President Pam Doyle Farrell Southern Willis Thompson Jeff Wooten, Ed. D Superintendent August 16, 2010 “providing opportunities for all students to obtain wisdom and achieve their greatest potential”

2 Budget Overview SYSTEM System receives state and federal allocations Budget meetings with Superintendent and Principals Budget meetings with Administrators Budget meetings with Special and Federal Programs Dr. Wooten BOARD State Department 2 Public hearings Legislature passes EDUCATION BILL Information is keyed into the system and balanced Federal Programs Work with local agency on local revenues Received foundation units from the state Receive guidance from the state and federal departments with edit checks. EGAP is balance with systems budget

3 FY 2011 Budget  October 1 - September 30 fiscal year.  General Fund is a balanced budget.  Maintaining instructional programs and reading comprehension are our focus.  $27,481,557 annual budget.  83% of General Fund budget is for personnel and benefits.  The annual school budget is a financial representation for a school district’s educational programs.

4 Personnel

5 The Success Team 82%

6 MUSCLE SHOALS CITY SCHOOLS FIRST 20 DAY ENROLLMENT TREND Students Received 3.36 teacher units less or $265,000

7 STATE OF ALABAMA EDUCATION BENEFIT RATES

8 Budget Highlights  The budget is based on an average daily membership of 2, students.  State units earned is units or a decrease of 3.36 units.  Other current expense revenues decreased from $12,302/per unit earned to $11,368/per unit earned.  State Fiscal Stabilizations Funds helped with the offset of other current expense revenues $662,189. We will not receive this revenue in FY  Classroom instructional, technology, library enhancement, common purchase and professional support are again zero in the state budget.  Textbooks funded $15.88 per student.  Salaries -1% per Act and current units are not fund this year.  Retirement (12.51 per dollar) and insurance ($9,024 per year) stayed the same as last year. These allocations are appropriated each year in the education budget.  Local Funds held by the 10 mills Foundation Program increased $90,010 or $1,523,010.  The system can flex 20% of State Funds.  3% to 5% proration is being projected in FY % is approximately $146,489.  Education Jobs Fund was passed by the federal government.

9 State Department of Education FY 2011 Foundation Program 176 Muscle Shoals City FY 2011 Prorated FY 2010Change System ADM Foundation Program Units Teachers Principals Assistant Principals Counselors Librarians Voc Ed Directors Voc Ed Counselors Total Units Foundation Program (State and Local Funds) Salaries 8,817,642 8,362,411455,231 Fringe Benefits 3,481,400 3,303,970177,430 Other Current Expense($11,368/unit) 2,037,600($11,502/unit) 2,100,265-62,665 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds($3,694/per unit) 662,189($3,698/per unit) 675,272-13,083 Classroom Instructional Support Teacher Materials($0/unit)0($525/unit)00 Technology($0/unit)0($350/unit)00 Library Enhancement($0/unit)0($200/unit)00 Professional Development($0/unit)0($90/unit)00 Common Purchase($0/unit)0($200/unit)00 Textbooks($15.88/adm)43,379($17.17/adm)44, Foundation Program 15,042,210 14,485,941556,269

10 176 Muscle Shoals City FY 2011 Original FY 2010Change System ADM Foundation Program Units Teachers Principals Assistant Principals Counselors Librarians Voc Ed Directors Voc Ed Counselors Total Units Foundation Program (State and Local Funds) Salaries 8,817,642 8,970, ,418 Fringe Benefits 3,481,400 3,544,051-62,651 Other Current Expense($11,368/unit) 2,037,600($12,302/unit) 2,246, ,735 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds($3,694/per unit) 662,189($3,698/per unit) 675,272-13,083 Classroom Instructional Support Teacher Materials($0/unit)0($525/unit)00 Technology($0/unit)0($350/unit)00 Library Enhancement($0/unit)0($200/unit)00 Professional Development($0/unit)0($90/unit)00 Common Purchase($0/unit)0($200/unit)00 Textbooks($15.88/adm)43,379($17.17/adm)47,222-3,843 Foundation Program does not include stabilization funds14,380,021 14,807, ,647 State Department of Education FY 2011 Foundation Program

11 State Department of Education FY 2011 Foundation Program Total Foundation Program FY 2011 Prorated FY 2010 State Funds Foundation Program - ETF 12,857,011 12,377,669479,342 School Nurses Program 145, ,0622,364 High Hopes 4,564 5, Salaries - 1% per Act Technology Coordinator 28,061 0 Transportation 0 Operating Allocation 85,704 83,0402,664 ($4,647/bus)18,588 ($4,647/bus)18,589 Current Units (FY2009Projected) 0 Capital Purchase *677, ,621-86,312 At Risk 47,663 48, Preschool Program 5,129 5, Total State Funds 13,869,455 13,472,975396,480 0 Local Funds 0 Foundation Program(10.00 Mills)1,523,010 1,433,00090,010 Capital Purchase( Mills)143,672( Mills)123,73519,937 Total Local Funds 1,666,682 1,556,735109,947

12 Total Foundation Program State Funds Foundation Program - ETF 12,857,011 13,374, ,656 School Nurses Program 145, ,662-9,236 High Hopes 4,564 5, Salaries - 1% per Act Technology Coordinator 28,061 30,336-2,275 Transportation 0 Operating Allocation 85,704 89,773-4,069 ($4,647/bus)18,588 ($4,647/bus)20,096-1,508 Current Units (FY2009Projected) 0 Capital Purchase *677, ,621-86,312 At Risk 47,663 51,900-4,237 Preschool Program 5,129 6,307-1,178 Total State Funds 13,869,455 14,496, ,411 0 Local Funds 0 Foundation Program(10.00 Mills)1,523,010 1,433,00090,010 Capital Purchase( Mills)143,672( Mills)123,73519,937 Total Local Funds 1,666,682 1,556,735109,947 State Department of Education FY 2011 Foundation Program

13 PROPOSED BUDGET COMPARISON GENERAL FUND State and Local Funds PROPOSEDProrated 7.5 FY 2011FY 2010 BUDGET DIFFERENCE REVENUES: STATE REVENUES13,606,19813,159,401446,798 FEDERAL REVENUES LOCAL REVENUES6,662,0926,724, ,630 OTHER SOURCES53,000 35,000 18,000 TOTAL REVENUES20,322,19019,919,872402,318 EXPENDITURES: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES12,924,77412,786,837137,937 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES3,603,5003,779, ,336 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE1,995,5311,793,220202,311 AUXILIARY SERVICES210,237180,77129,466 GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES1,113,3601,081,28832,072 OTHER EXPENDITURES120, ,708 6,873 TOTAL EXPENDITURES19,967,98319,735,660232,323 OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES): OTHER FUND SOURCES249,446302,177-52,730 OTHER FUND USES603, , ,853 TOTAL OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES)-354, ,331 46,123 EXCESS REVENUES & OTHER SOURCES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES & OTHER FUND USES0-216,119216,119 $20,571,636

14 MUSCLE SHOALS CITY SCHOOLS GENERAL FUND REVENUE/SOURCES PROPOSED BUDGET FY 2011 $20,571,636 CURRENT BUDGET FY 2010 $20,222,050 PROPOSED BUDGET FY 2011 $20,571,636 CURRENT BUDGET FY 2010 $20,438,169

15 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT CODE FY 2011 $20,571,636 $17,210,042 Salaries and Benefits $549,107 Transfer to Child Nutrition $ 2,812,487 Electricity, Materials, Etc.

16 VALUE OF 1 MILL PROPERTY TAX

17 Muscle Shoals City Schools Revenue Comparison

18 GROWTH LOCAL TAXES FY 2011

19 MUSCLE SHOALS CITY SCHOOLS COMPARISON OF STATE REVENUES FY % Increase in salaries FY % Increase in salaries and 2 additional steps on salary matrix FY % Increase in salaries 5% proration is $732,445 $12,873,753 Federal Jobs Money Could be based upon free and reduced lunch rates Could be based upon foundation units $3,000 per unit or $537,720 Could be used for new hires

20 PROPOSED BUDGET COMPARISON SPECIAL FUND Federal Funds, Child Nutrition and Local Schools Custodians Salaries moved to stabilization PROPOSED BUDGET DIFFERENCE REVENUES: STATE REVENUES000 FEDERAL REVENUES2,267,3443,083, ,179 LOCAL REVENUES1,888,2932,087, ,864 OTHER SOURCES62,325 39,250 23,075 TOTAL REVENUES4,217,9625,209, ,968 EXPENDITURES: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES1,323,2002,027, ,288 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES292,696411, ,443 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE756,357765,842-9,485 AUXILIARY SERVICES1,922,2991,947,935-25,636 GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES61,38277,707-16,325 OTHER EXPENDITURES427, , ,156 TOTAL EXPENDITURES4,783,1075,716, ,333 OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES): OTHER FUND SOURCES621,054714,397-93,343 OTHER FUND USES20,460 28,818 -8,358 TOTAL OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES)600,594685, ,985 EXCESS REVENUES & OTHER SOURCES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES & OTHER FUND USES35,449179, ,620

21 SPECIAL FUNDS COMPARISON FY 2011-FY 2010 FY 2011FY 2010 BUDGET DIFFERENCE IDEA-PART B,$458,469$476,194-$17,725 ARRA IDEA$150,000$629,521-$479,521 PRE-SCH AG 3-5-PAR$7,602$7,626-$24 ARRA IDEA PRESCH$5,000$22,317-$17,317 BASIC GRANT$19,765$20,796-$1,031 TITLE I, PART A$247,760$284,091-$36,331 ARRA TITLE I$0$164,173-$164,173 TITLE I, PART A$0$2,546-$2,546 TITLE II - PART A$67,256$74,781-$7,525 TITLE II, PART D$953$2,568-$1,615 ARRA TITLE II PART D$0$6,315-$6,315 TITLE IV (A) DRUG$0$7,119-$7,119 TITLE IV, PART B-2$125,000 $0 ARRA TITLE II PART D$0$6,315-$6,315 ARRA HOMELESS$0$272-$272 ARRA FISCAL STABLI$662,189$675,272-$13,083 CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM$1,921,632$1,933,746-$12,114 TOTAL$3,665,626$4,438,652-$773,026

22 PROPOSED BUDGET COMPARISON CAPITAL FUNDS New Center for Technology PROPOSED FY 2011FY 2010 BUDGET DIFFERENCE REVENUES: STATE REVENUES695,897782,210-86,313 FEDERAL REVENUES000 LOCAL REVENUES143,672124,73518,937 OTHER SOURCES0 0 0 TOTAL REVENUES839,569906,945-67,376 EXPENDITURES: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES000 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES000 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE310,000751, ,661 AUXILIARY SERVICES18,58818,589 GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES000 CAPITAL OUTLAY893,6341,220, ,366 DEBT SERVICES117,34700 OTHER EXPENDITURES0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES1,339,5691,990, ,681 OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES): OTHER FUND SOURCES500,0001,100, ,000 OTHER FUND USES0 0 TOTAL OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES)500,0001,100, ,000 EXCESS REVENUES & OTHER SOURCES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES & OTHER FUND USES016,695-16,695

23 PROPOSED BUDGET COMPARISON TOTAL FUNDS PROPOSED FY 2011FY 2010 BUDGET DIFFERENCE REVENUES: STATE REVENUES14,302,09513,941,611360,484 FEDERAL REVENUES2,268,2443,084, ,029 LOCAL REVENUES9,424,3929,879, ,248 OTHER SOURCES115,325 74,250 41,075 TOTAL REVENUES26,110,05626,979, ,718 EXPENDITURES: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES14,470,89415,077, ,231 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES4,063,3414,397, ,561 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE3,109,2883,385, ,035 AUXILIARY SERVICES2,205,2992,217,841-12,542 GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES1,174,7431,158,99515,748 CAPITAL OUTLAY893,6341,220, ,366 DEBIT SERVICES117,347 OTHER EXPENDITURES690, , ,533 TOTAL EXPENDITURES26,724,55028,221,723-1,497,173 OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES): OTHER FUND SOURCES1,371,5012,127, ,190 OTHER FUND USES661, , ,349 TOTAL OTHER FUND SOURCES (USES)709,6871,318, ,841 EXCESS REVENUES & OTHER SOURCES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES & OTHER FUND USES95,19376,57918,614 $27,481,551 $27,386,364

24 MUSCLE SHOALS CITY SHCOOLS FY 2011 TOTAL REVENUES 52¢ 34¢8¢6¢ State LocalFederalOther

25 MUSCLE SHOALS CITY SHCOOLS FY 2011 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 53¢ 15¢11¢8¢4¢3¢6¢ Instructio nal Services Instructio nal Support Services Auxiliar y Services Operation & Maintenan ce General Administrati ve Services Capital Outlay Debt/Other Expenditure s

26 TOTAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT CODE FY 2011 $27,386,363 $19,815,343 Salaries and Benefits $549,107 CNP Transfer $1,339,569 Capital $1,607,861 Local Schools $4,074,483 Electricity, Supplies, CNP Food

27 ~ To be successful you must accept all challenges that come your way. You can't just accept the ones you like ~ Mike Gafka ~ The true measure of a man is not how he behaves in moments of comfort and convenience but how he stands at times of controversy and challenges ~ Martin Luther King


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