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1 Budget Study Session Michael E Finn. Wide range of projections for next year – How do we plan for this Overview of what has been done so far – 2009.

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1 1 Budget Study Session Michael E Finn

2 Wide range of projections for next year – How do we plan for this Overview of what has been done so far – 2009 reductions – 2012 reductions Collaboration team summary and progress Enrollment projections Governing Board Discussion 2 Topics

3 3 Planning Scenarios

4 In MillionsProposedActualProposedRevised No Sales TaxWith Sales Tax Funding M&O$189.60$184.30$183.90$ $ $ $ CSF Carry Forward$3.70 $ - CORL$9.50$6.60$4.89$5.20$5.50$5.20 Soft Cap$1.20$0.80$0.00$0.80$1.10$0.80 Contingency$7.80$16.80$16.00$14.94$7.77$0.20 EduJobs$6.80 $ - Total$218.60$208.50$204.79$200.94$196.87$165.00$ Expenses M&O$ $ $ CORL$1.10 $1.02$1.10$1.02$1.10 Soft Cap$4.20 $3.60$4.20$3.60$4.20 EduJobs$3.50$0.00 $ - ASRS $ -$1.20-$1.00 $ 1.35 $ - Health Care Benefits $ -$0.80- $ - $ 2.00 $ - Utilities $ -$0.16-$0.80 Prop Backfill$3.70$0.00 $ - Professional Growth $ 0.75 $ 1.00 Total$201.80$196.76$198.62$201.10$203.52$192.45$ Reductions Staffing $ -$1.60$0.00$8.00$5.25 $26.60$3.50 Career Ladders $ -$1.60 Total0$3.20$1.60$9.60$6.85$28.20$5.10 Carry Forward$16.80$14.94$7.77$9.44 $0.20$0.75$0.35

5 REDUCTIONS MADE IN

6 Reductions Previously Implemented DAC- 21 positions eliminated – 6 Administrative positions – 12 Classified positions – 3 Curriculum specialists Maintenance – 20 positions eliminated – Realized through centralized landscaping program Transportation – 39 positions eliminated – 15 Bus drivers – 20 Bus assistants – 4 Transportation office assistants

7 Reductions Previously Implemented (cont’d) School Sites -116 positions eliminated – 30 PAL assistants – 14 High school clerical positions – 28 ELL assistants – 7 High school SpED support clerical positions – 6 High school audio visual specialist positions – 21 Intervention specialists and high school counselors/advisors – 10 Instructional Specialists

8 Not Implemented but approved in 2009 Centralized Maintenance Additional Reduction of 8 PAL Teachers Reduce Library Assistants by 50%

9 Retirees moved from District plan to ASRS and retiree health care reduced and phased out Traditional health care plan considered a buy up plan and contributions to Health Savings Accounts reduced Reductions made to Special Education programs Centralized Maintenance Program established Part time custodians 9 Current Reductions for

10 Reductions made to PTC Specials reduced Revised classified staffing models for all schools Managed Document Services 10 Current Reductions for

11 BUDGET COLLABORATION TEAM 11

12 Requested representation from all employee association groups as well as from work groups not represented Weekly meetings began in August Established rubric for prioritizing reduction ideas – Higher numbers indicate higher support Established site on the portal for shared documents Goal to establish prioritized list for Governing Board for reductions if necessary 12 Team Overview

13 Guidance for Collaboration Team Global salary reductions are not being considered Further employee health care benefit changes are not being considered Improved efficiencies to create salary enhancements Attracting and retaining employees remains our number one priority Evaluate District programming and goals; not individuals

14 14 Rubric Results and Discussion Rank Gr 1Score Gr 1 Rank Gr 2Score Gr 2 Rank Gr 3Score Gr 3 Rank Gr 4Score Gr 4 Rank Gr 5Score Gr 5 Rank Gr 6Score Gr 6 Close elementary Have HS Teacher teach 7 sect Increase Participation Fees Reduce Reading Specialists Elimination of Block Relocate PTC Close DAC Elem/HS Class size Reduce Librarians Eliminate pull out Gifted Teachers Reduce Nurses (LPN and RN)/assts Gifted Four day weeks SIS Coordinator136 Postage at HS236 Transportation Efficiencies 231 Class Size HS 530 Guidance Elementary 429 Eliminate M&O contributions 627 Eliminate Band 727 Consolidate Aps 527 Asst. Principal HS 726 Reduce DAC 926 PE 7th and 8th only 424 Reduce PE 1124 Reduce courses HS 1322 HS Closure 819 Arts 1614

15 DEMOGRAPHICS AND ENROLLMENT - CHRISTIAN WILLIAMS 15

16 Conversations to Consider Boundary Overview Area Descriptions Methodology Housing School Sites Projections and Trends Signature Programs 16 PUSD Demographics and Enrollment

17 Elementary School 33/ES Site 32 Deer Valley Rd./Williams Dr. Bridge (Crossriver) Parkridge Enrollment Elementary Boundaries (District Regions) High School Attendance Boundaries Open-Enrollment (In/Out) Choice Areas and Program Locations Regional Enrollment Decline/Facility Capacity 17 Conversations to Consider

18 18 Boundary Overview-ES and HS

19 North/Northwest – Liberty and Sunrise Mountain Central/Southwest – Centennial, Peoria HS, and Kellis (Paseo Verde included for ES) East – Cactus and Ironwood (Paseo Verde not included in ES) 19 Area Descriptions Southwest/Central North/Northwest East

20 Students who currently reside in the boundaries Birth rates between 2006/07 and most current data available 2009/10 to 2011/12 enrollment trends (40 th Day) Cohort mobility between schools, grades, and retention In-District Open-Enrollment, Out of District Open- Enrollment, Unorganized Territory Open-Enrollment Projected housing units Rate of housing construction Student generation factors by housing type Build-out analysis of available lands 20 Methodology-Components of Projection

21 Births have declined in all cities our District covers from 2007 until 2010 Glendale and Youngtown steepest declines Average District births have declined 16% from baseline year of 2007 Enrollment is regional within the District and contributes to a District total New neighborhoods are younger, increase in enrollment, and maturation over time 21 Methodology-Births and Enrollment

22 The rate of new home construction is up year over year but far below the boom The rate of new home construction should increase as we approach 2015/16 New housing is not impacting all portions of the District Most new housing is in the North/Northwest with some in the Southwest The District is approximately 50% built-out over 138 square miles We could add 14,000 units to the PUSD by 2022 The economy is a big determinant of housing 22 Housing-New Housing

23 Major Developments in Progress – Camino á Lago (south) – Crossriver – Rancho Cabrillo – The Meadows – Tierra Del Rio – VistanciaVillage and Blackstone – Vistancia (north of the CAP) 23 Housing-New Housing

24 Loop 303 Lone Mountain Exit Deer Valley Road/Williams Drive Bridge – January Housing-Major Infrastructure Projects

25 Southwest – Rovey Farm Estates (E of 89 th Ave and Emil Rovey) Central – Acoma (E of 75 th Ave and Acoma) North – Camino á Lago South 25 School Sites-Property Owned

26 26 School Sites-Property Owned

27 27 School Sites-Property Owned

28 North – The Meadows (95 th Ave and Williams) Recommended Elementary 33/School Site 32 Projected to acquire before 2016 – Aloravita (79 th Ave and Yearling) Agreement extended through to School Sites-Future (North)

29 29 School Sites-Future (North)

30 Northwest – Rancho Cabrillo (Range Mule and El Granada) Donated (may acquire within 6 months-3 year In Rancho Cabrillo master plan (Happy Valley and Dysart) – White Peak Drive (White Peak and Canyon Ranch) Donated (as needed after platting) In Vistancia’s upcoming Village (north of the CAP) – Western Skies Drive High School Site (El Mirage and Western Skies) Land set aside for purchase 30 School Sites-Future (Northwest)

31 31 School Sites-Future (Northwest)

32 32 School Sites-Potential (Northwest) Northwest – Lake Pleasant Heights Negotiating 1-2 sites – Saddleback Heights Negotiating 1site Development split with neighboring District

33 33 Projections and Trends -North/Northwest SchoolsGrades *SFB Capacity ApacheK Coyote HillsK FrontierK Lake PleasantK ParkridgeK VistanciaK Zuni HillsK North/Northwest ElementariesK SchoolsGrades *SFB Capacity Liberty High School Sunrise Mountain High School North/Northwest Highs *Enrollments do not include Truly Self-Contained Special Needs, UE, CP, PS, or CO students

34 34 Projections and Trends- Southwest/Central SchoolsGrades *SFB Capacity Alta LomaK CheyenneK Cotton BollK Country MeadowsK Desert HarborK Ira A. MurphyK OasisK Paseo VerdeK Peoria ESK Santa FeK Sky ViewK Sun ValleyK SundanceK Southwest/Central Elementaries K SchoolsGrades *SFB Capacity Centennial High School Peoria High School Raymond S Kellis High School Southwest/Central Highs *Enrollments do not include Truly Self-Contained Special Needs, UE, CP, PS, or CO students

35 35 Projections and Trends-East SchoolsGrades *SFB Capacity CanyonK CopperwoodK Desert PalmsK Desert ValleyK FoothillsK HeritageK KachinaK Marshall RanchK OakwoodK PioneerK Sahuaro RanchK East ElementariesK SchoolsGrades *SFB Capacity Cactus High School Ironwood High School East Highs *Enrollments do not include Truly Self-Contained Special Needs, UE, CP, PS, or CO students

36 36 Projections and Trends-District SchoolsGrades *SFB Capacity North/Northwest ElementariesK Southwest/Central ElementariesK East ElementariesK Peoria Traditional/ PTC+SMHS (7-8)K District ElementariesK North/Northwest Highs Southwest/Central Highs East Highs Peoria TC District Highs District Total K *Enrollments do not include Truly Self-Contained Special Needs, UE, CP, PS, or CO students

37 37 Projections and Trends- Truly Self-Contained Special Needs

38 In-District Open Enrollment is currently up by more than 300 students Out-of-District Open-Enrollment is currently up by more than 100 students In-District students who attend their neighborhoods school is down by almost 200 students After 40th Day a year-to-year analysis will be conducted 38 Projections and Trends-Open-Enrollment

39 39 Signature Program Analysis Program Name In-District Open Enrollment Neighborhood School Out of District Open- Enrollment Unorganized Territory Grand Total Arts Institute CCDI Spanish Teams Traditional168 TBD Gifted Academy University (7-8) University Ironwood IB Participant Sibling

40 40 Signature Programs/Open-Enrollment % of Variance Category Population Participating in Signature Program Name In-District Open Enrollment Neighborhood School Out of District Open- Enrollment Unorganized Territory Grand Total Foothills39%24%39% 29% Copperwood43%5%25% 21% Santa Fe64%36%65% 49% Heritage33%20%25% 22% Peoria Traditional92%0%92% 95% Apache53%13%25%0%21% Sunrise (7-8)95% 100% 96% Ironwood30%9%19% 14%

41 QUESTIONS 41


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