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2014-2015 Proposed School Budget. Board of Education President Marcia Etman Vice President Tom McNulty Trustee Bob Boudreau Trustee Derek Torrisi Trustee.

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1 Proposed School Budget

2 Board of Education President Marcia Etman Vice President Tom McNulty Trustee Bob Boudreau Trustee Derek Torrisi Trustee Andrea Ryan Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

3 Administration Superintendent Dr. Michael J. Mugits Principal Erin Peteani Business Official Business Manager Edmund Galka Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

4 Presentation of the Proposed Budget Green Island Union Free School District Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District “Colors of Our Budget”

5 Balancing Present and Future How did we get to this point? * juggling the ups and downs of revenue sources What steps were taken? * collaboration, cooperation, communication, creativity What is the impact of those decisions? * reduced programs, staff, and materials Why are we proposing this budget? * balance the needs of learners inventing their future and the needs of taxpayers preserving their future Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

6 Budget Overview budget: $7,077, budget: $6,803, budget: $6,711, budget: $6,959,571 Increase from previous budget: $248,312 (+3.69%) Tax Levy rate last year = 3.74% Proposed tax levy rate = 1.88% (below limit of 2.4%) Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

7 ‘ Tax Levy Rates

8 Where Did the Outside Revenue Go? State aid reduction in funding: (the state provides 44% of district’s total revenues– state aid represented 50% of total budget 5 years ago) This is a shift from the state to local tax payers. Federal aid reduction of $190,000 over past 3 years Since , the state has held back $2,188,015 in Gap Elimination Adjustments from our school district. (GEAs) Continued loss of $348,080 from Green Island Power Authority (5% of district’s former total revenues) Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

9 Revenue Summary Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

10 Revenue Summary State Aid $2,869,817 $3,047,823 + $178,006 Federal/state grants $ 25,000 $ 15,000 - $10,000 Investment interest $ 6,500 $ 6,500 0 Local tax levy $3,256,399 $3,317,500 + $61,101 G.I. Power Authority (GIPA $ Payments in lieu of taxes (PILOT ) $ 187,000 $192,500 + $5,500 Tax penalties/interest $ 2,500 $4,500 + $ 2,000 Transfer from fund balance $188,606 $180,741 - $ 7,865 Transfer from debt service fund $109,862 $109,862 0 Excess STAR $52,200 $71,645 + $19,445 Other $13,375 $13,500 + $125 Total $ 6,711,259 $6,959,571 + $248, Change Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

11 Revenue History GIUFSD 2009/ / / / / /15 (final) (final) (final) (final) (final) (proposed) Source of Funding Local Tax Levy 2,657,126 2,716,911 2,790,920 3,139,000 3,256,399 3,317,500 State Aid 3,451,997 2,936,218 2,785,273 2,844,835 2,869,817 3,047,823 Federal Grants 21, , ,551 25,000 25,000 15,000 GIPA 348, , , Total Budget * 6,966,569 6,886,747 7,077,869 6,803,838 6,711,259 6,959,571 = the figures shown do not include other, smaller revenue sources, but merely present the major factors over the last six years The difference between the 2008/09 budget and the proposed budget for 2014/15 is less than 1% over the course of six years Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

12 Staffing CurrentProjected Teaching Staff: 35.5Teaching Staff: 36 (includes teachers, social worker, psychologist & guidance counselor)Teaching Assistants: 11.5Instruction Program Aides: 2 Nurse: 1 Support Staff: 13Support Staff: 13 (includes office (5), maintenance (4)& food services staff (4) Administration: Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

13 Staffing (continued) Reductions include: Special Education expenses -$ 61,519 Transportation costs to other schools - $ 8,510 Charter Schools Tuition -$25, Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

14 Areas of Impact: Expenditures Salaries + $ 183,725 ($47,500)* Retirement Contributions: + $ 57,803 Health Care + $ 29,477 * expense incurred this year – to address class size issue Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

15 How are the funds invested? Board of Education $ 13,326 $13,880 + $ 554 Central Administration $ 130,062 $133,835 + $ 3,773 Finance $ 186,990 $189,668 + $ 2,678 Staff $ 90,124 $ 91,500 + $ 1,376 Central Services $ 380,813 $399,399 + $ 18,586 Special Items $ 92,524 $111,000 + $ 18,476 Instruction, admin. & improv. $ 155,654 $162,425 + $ 6,771 Teaching – Regular School$1,711,379 $ 1,890,690 + $ 179,311 Special Education programs$ 802,077 $724,508 - $ 77,669 Teaching – special schools$ 15,670 $ 21,072 + $ 5,402 Instructional media$ 64,800 $66,050 + $ 1,250 Pupil Services $ 362,652 $ 388,155 + $ 25,503 Pupil Transportation $279,336 $ 270,826 - $ 8,510 Employee Benefits $1,491,929 $1,566,240 + $ 74,311 Debt Service $ 933,923 $ 930,423 - $ 3,500 Total $ 6,711,259 $ 6,959,571 + $ 248, % Change Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

16 Learner Enrollment Proposed School BudgetIsland Union Free School District

17 Budget Vote Tuesday, May 20, p.m. Heatly School Cafeteria Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

18 Board of Education Elections Two candidates running for two vacant positions: Robert Bourdreau Beth Jones Elected candidates serve three year terms beginning July 1, 2014 Cast ballots during budget vote Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District

19 Questions? Questions welcome this evening Can also call the Superintendent’s Office at District website: Proposed School Budget. Green Island Union Free School District


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