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1 Smart School Budgeting Other Smart School Budgeting Resources Richard Bedard Navigation and Resources Two Examples for Smart Budgeting MASBO Suffolk University Video Utility Budget

2 Smart School Budgeting Navigation and Resources Books for Purchase Research Papers Downloadable and Living Documents Surveys and Benchmarking Material Samples Resources

3 Smart School Budgeting Navigation and Resources 25http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/pubsinfo.asp?pubid= mprovement-%20Childress.pdfhttp://www.aei.org/files/2010/01/11/Investing%20in%20I mprovement-%20Childress.pdf americans-would-slim-down-public-education.htmlhttp://www.edexcellence.net/publications/how- americans-would-slim-down-public-education.html Samples Resources

4 Smart School Budgeting Resources #1: How Americans Would Slim Down Public Education, Steve Farkas and Ann Duffett Page 5 of the Smart Budgeting Toolkit #2: Toward Effective Resource Use: Assessing How Education Dollars are Spent, Jason Willis, Robert Durante and Paul Gazzerro Page 11 of the Smart Budgeting Toolkit Two Examples

5 Smart School Budgeting Resources Shrink the Administration Freeze Salaries to Save Jobs Teacher Layoffs Based on Effectiveness Larger Class Sizes IRA’s instead of Pension Plans How Americans Would Slim Down Public Education

6 Smart School Budgeting Resources From # of Students up by 24% # of Teachers up by 43% # of Instructional Support Staff up by 150%! How Americans Would Slim Down Public Education

7 Smart School Budgeting Resources Public Sentiment Reducing Teacher Pay by 5% rather than laying off 5% of staff 76% believe too many SPED students mislabeled Closing or merging small schools 66% OPPOSE shortening the school year 70% want to disapprove of reducing non-teaching staff How Americans Would Slim Down Public Education

8 Smart School Budgeting Resources Two Ways to Achieve Effective Resource Use in Education Identify Resource Configurations to Help Raise Student Achievement Eliminate Inefficiencies, mainly Non-Instruction Spending Toward Effective Resource Use: Assessing How Education Dollars are Spent

9 Smart School Budgeting Resources Public Pension Guarantees, i.e. Providence Public Schools unfunded liability problem Health Insurance Costs, ASBO survey said 58% was a big concern Fuel and Energy, 17% of transportation costs is fuel Fuel and Energy, 25% of O and M budget is energy Eliminating Inefficiencies

10 Smart School Budgeting Resources Barriers to Increasing Discretionary Funding for Education Resistance by Local Taxpayers Pressure for Student Academic Achievement: NCLB Uneven State Support for Education Eliminating Inefficiencies

11 Smart School Budgeting Resources Framework for the Continual Improvement Process Principal #1 Identify Principal #2: Solve Principal #3 Communicate Raising Student Achievement

12 Smart School Budgeting School Based Budgeting Story Cordell Place Investigation School Based Budgeting Story Presented by candidates in the MASBO Suffolk University Program &feature=youtu.behttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq5sXSKs4cs &feature=youtu.be MASBO’s Suffolk University Program Video

13 Smart School Budgeting Utility Budget = Cost of Energy X Consumption Cost of Energy = Supply + Distribution Cost of Energy = Supply + Distribution – Solar Credits Projected Energy Cost: Supply Projected Energy Cost: Distribution Utility Budgeting

14 Smart School Budgeting Usage or Consumption Historical Usage Amounts Projected Usage Amounts Previous Year’s Data Previous 3 Years’ Date Utility Budgeting

15 Smart School Budgeting Utility Budget = Projected Cost of Energy X Projected Consumption Utility Budgeting

16 Smart School Budgeting In most cases you know your projected supply and distribution costs. Utility Budgeting

17 Smart School Budgeting How do you project your Usage or Consumption? Utility Budgeting

18 Smart School Budgeting Usage or Consumption Utility Budgeting

19 Smart School Budgeting Show Consumption DATA Utility Budgeting

20 Millbury Jr./Sr. High School’s kWh’s per month

21 Smart School Budgeting Something to Consider: Using Heating Degree Days to assist with the Calculation. Heating Degree Days

22 Smart School Budgeting What is Heating Degree Days? Each Day’s Average Temperature’s Difference from the Base Temperature for Heating, usually 65 degrees. Example: If the Base is 65 degrees & today’s temperature was 45 degrees, today added 20 HDDs to the Heating Season Total. Heating Degree Days

23 Smart School Budgeting National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service Climate Information Heating Degree Days

24 Smart School Budgeting Local NOAA Weather Stations 1.Boston 2.Hartford 3.Providence 4.Worcester Heating Degree Days

25 Smart School Budgeting Other Sources for Tracking HDD 1.Local Newspaper under “Weather” section 2.National Grid or other utility Websites 3.Oil Supplier Websites 4.Weather Data Depot Website 5.ClimateZONE.com Website Heating Degree Days

26 Smart School Budgeting Why Use Heating Degree Days? Heating Degree Days

27 Smart School Budgeting Tracks Recent Climate Change Tracks Trending Patterns Takes into Account more than 1 Year Helps you Determine the Average HDD Add’l Data to Help Project Utility Budget Heating Degree Days

28 Smart School Budgeting Possible Budgeting Uses: kWh (kilowatt hour) per HDD How many kWh’s last year, how many HDD’s? #2 Heating Oil Gallon per HDD How many gallons last year, how many HDD’s? Same questions over multiple years Consumption: A Reflection of HDDs! Similar to the K Factor used by oil companies Heating Degree Days

29 Smart School Budgeting Charting Heating Degree Days Show DATA Heating Degree Days

30 Heating Degree Days Monthly Totals, Worcester Airport

31 Smart School Budgeting Other Uses for Heating Degree Days: Calculating How Much Utility Money will be Used during the current Fiscal Year. Calculating How Much Utility Money will be Saved during the current Fiscal Year. Calculating How Much Utility Money Over Expenditures you will need to divert to Utilities during the Current Fiscal Year. Calculating How Much Utility Money Savings you can divert to other Expenditures during the Current Fiscal Year. Preparing and Planning Earlier in the Year. Heating Degree Days

32 Smart School Budgeting Other Use for Heating Degree Days: It’s January 15 th the mid-point of the HDD season, on average, and this year’s HDDs are 10% below average. (Average Midpoint is between 1/15-1/21) Heating Degree Days

33 Smart School Budgeting Other Use for Heating Degree Days: Or at any point in the season, checking the local newspaper for this year’s HDDs vs. the average HDDs. Heating Degree Days

34 Smart School Budgeting Questions?


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