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2013-14 Expenditure Budget.  States have made steep cuts to education funding*  Twenty-six states are providing less funding per pupil than one year.

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Presentation on theme: "2013-14 Expenditure Budget.  States have made steep cuts to education funding*  Twenty-six states are providing less funding per pupil than one year."— Presentation transcript:

1 Expenditure Budget

2  States have made steep cuts to education funding*  Twenty-six states are providing less funding per pupil than one year ago*  Thirty-five states are providing less funding than they did five years ago*  Seventeen states have cut per-student funding by more than 10% from 2008 levels*  Three states – Arizona, Alabama, and Oklahoma – each have reduced per- pupil funding to K-12 schools by more than 20%*  Arizona’s spending per pupil still ranks us at 47 th in the last federal report.**  Spending would have to increase by over 36% to move us to the national average  Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities – 09/4/2012*  Source: U.S. Census Bureau via Yavapai County Supt. Office 6/21/2012**

3 District had not received the 2% increase to the “base level support” (amount per student) for the previous five years. No Soft-capital – cumulative loss of $3.5 million Reduced Unrestricted Capital – cumulative loss approx. $1.2 million No building renewal funds—cumulative loss of approx. $3.1 million No additional utility funding—loss of approx. $500,000+ per year No Full-Day K Funding—loss of $1.1 million per year Declining Teacher Experience Index (TEI) % over the last 3 years – loss of additional revenue of approx $500,000 per year Total combined loss of revenue capacity of approximately $10 million over the last five years – including declining enrollment

4 Student enrollment average of first 100 day = 90% of the M/O Revenue includes  Group “A” - All students  Group “B” - Students with special needs Special Education ELL, K-3 etc. Wt. Student Count is applied to the amount per pupil authorized by the State (BSL – base level support) Miles students transported – 10% of M/O Revenue

5  Preschool x 1.45 =  K-8 3, x = 4,  *K – Charter x =  , x = 2,  Total 5, = 6, * K – charter included as anticipated new kindergarten students. Charters students are calculated on current year vs. district students which are counted using previous years numbers for calculation. This number will be adjusted to actual based on the 100 th day count.

6  Base SupportLevel$3,  Represents a 1.8% increase from FY  Historical Perspective – Last Five Years  Voter Approved – State Law  District should have received 2% for inflation increase annually

7  FY $ 3,  FY $ 3,  FY $ 3,  FY $ 3,  FY $ 3,  FY $ 3, This is the amount the District should be receiving based on the inflationary increase of 2% by law

8  The BSL for FY would be $3,  New FY BSL is$3,  The difference in per pupil amount $ (311.30)  FY Impact  Total Weighted Student Count = 7, * *Includes applicable weights to Group B students x ($311.30)  Revenue Shortage (M/O only) = ($2,399,419)

9  Total Weighted Student Count7,  Base Level Amount $3,  Teacher Experience Index  Base Support Level $26,145,623.

10  Base Revenue Control Limit = $26,145,623  Transportation Revenue Control Limit = $2,788,717 Revenue Control Limit = $28,934,341

11  Revenue Control Limit =$ 28,934,341  Budget Carry Forward =$ 1,134,636*  General Budget Limit =$ 30,068,977  *Budget Balance Carry forward is calculated at 4% for budget proposal/adoption process. Amount will be adjusted to actual, after final payments for FY expenditures are made. (August 2013) Maximum limit per ADE

12  How has HUSD managed to balance its budget with declining revenues and enrollment?

13 Eliminated custodial/maintenance staff Eliminated IT staff Eliminated high school copy center staff Eliminated free Full-Day Kindergarten Instituted fee-based Eliminated middle school assistant principal staff Eliminated elem/middle school librarian staff Eliminated teaching staff through reduction-in- force (RIF) and through attrition

14 Eliminated middle school counseling staff Eliminated SPED/ELL aide staff Eliminated ELL teaching staff Eliminated mail delivery driver staff ( Combined jobs) Eliminated district office support staff Eliminated administrator performance pay Eliminated Soft Capital spending (textbooks/tech/library, etc.)

15 Reduced supplies budgets Reduced elementary music staff Reduced building maintenance efforts (loss of BR Fund) Revised stipend schedule Increased health care eligibility requirements for part-time staff Increased class sizes Increased pay-to-play, tax credit $$ for athletics

16 Reduction of 11 teachers  Increased class sizes Increased the health insurance deductible Reduced substitute allocation Require tax credit donations to support middle school sports No wage increases to staff for an additional year  Six years in a row

17 HUSD has turned-over a third of its teaching staff over the last three years.

18  Soft Capital Fund has been eliminated  Previous formula provided $1.3 million per year  $225 per student per statutory formula in FY  $ 38 per student actually provided in FY  Calculated after adjustment = $200,000 last year  Used For  Textbooks  Technology  Library Books  Curricular Software

19  Previous formula provided $1.5 million per year  Per pupil amount statutory formula for FY  (K-8)$  (9-12)$  Actual per pupil amount in FY  (K-8)$135  (9-12)$ 160 Calculated after adjustment last year = $893,000 *Does not include textbook add on for high school = $69.68

20 Used for Major Repairs  Buildings/Grounds  Roofs, Painting, HVAC  Parking Lots  Etc, etc., etc.  Vehicles  Transportation – Buses  Maintenance Vehicles  Furniture/Equipment  Chairs/Desks  Uniforms/Equipment  Any Soft Capital Items

21  Combines Soft Capital and Unrestricted Capital into one fund  New statutory per pupil amount per for FY  (K-8) $  (9-12) $  (Charter) $1,  Estimated actual amount per pupil for FY  (K-12) $  (Charter) $1,580.00

22  Soft Capital  Previous Annual Allocation per statute $1,300,000  Unrestricted Capital  Previous Annual Allocation per statute 1,500,000  Building Renewal – Facility Maintenance  Previous Annual Allocation per statute 700,000 Summary of funds that should have been received annually $3,500,000  FY Anticipated DAA allocation to be received from the State $1,766,672* Anticipated annual revenue shortage based on previous formula ($1, )  *Includes charter school students

23  Five-year Capital Plan in process  Identifying replacement/major upgrades  Buildings/Grounds  Equipment Needs  Transportation  Aging Fleet  Food Service  Aging Kitchen Equipment  Technology  PARCC Readiness  “Textbook” replacement/curricular needs  Identify Capital Funding Sources  Bond  DAA  Other – Unrestricted/Reserves  Annual Capital Update to Board – September/Oct. 2013

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