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2014-2015 Preliminary Budget Reductions Board of Education Meeting March 11, 2014 All of the information in this Power Point is based on where we stand.

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1 Preliminary Budget Reductions Board of Education Meeting March 11, 2014 All of the information in this Power Point is based on where we stand as of March 11 th

2 Budget Deficit Reasons for Deficit Less Tuition Revenue Less Tuition Revenue Less Money Available in Surplus Less Money Available in Surplus

3 The following slides contain information regarding the proposed budget reductions due to the $721, deficit.

4 Administrative Position Director of Building and Grounds Director of Building and Grounds -Retirement; not replacing the position $121, *The amount listed for this position includes the salary and benefits combined.

5 Support Staff Positions Maintenance Employee Maintenance Employee - Position currently vacant and not being replaced $71, Full-Time Night Custodian Full-Time Night Custodian - Position currently vacant and not being replaced $67, *The amount listed for each position includes the salary and benefits combined.

6 Teacher Retirement One Teacher Retirement One Teacher Retirement -The full-time teaching position will not be replaced $108, *The amount listed for this position includes the salary and benefits combined.

7 Jr./Sr. High School Art Teacher $76, Jr./Sr. High School Art Teacher $76, Elementary Math Specialist $76, Elementary Math Specialist $76, Jr./Sr. High School History Teacher $61, Jr./Sr. High School History Teacher $61, Jr./Sr. High School Spanish Teacher $63, Jr./Sr. High School Spanish Teacher $63, *The amount listed for each position includes the salary and benefits combined. Staff Reductions

8 District Media Specialist District Media Specialist -Reduced from full-time to part-time $25, Jr./Sr. High School Part-Time Business Teacher $27, Jr./Sr. High School Part-Time Business Teacher $27, * The amount listed for each position includes the salary and benefits combined.

9 Junior High School The Junior High School (7 th and 8 th grades) will be going on the same time/class schedule as the Senior High School $100,000 The Junior High School (7 th and 8 th grades) will be going on the same time/class schedule as the Senior High School $100,000

10 Sports and Clubs Varsity Club $1,820 Art Club 910 Multi-Cultural Student Union 2,000 Scribe Newspaper 2,785 Knowledge Bowl Club 2,430 Indoor Band Stipend 1,930 Jr./Sr. High School Band Stipend 2,850 Musical Supplies 1,600 Freshman Football 3,825 Freshman Field Hockey 4,055 Winter Cheerleading 2,870 Junior High School Co-ed Track 10,210 Swimming Transportation 5,000 Jr./Sr. High School Marching Band Instruments 4,400 Assistant Girls’ Tennis Coach 3,190 Jr./Sr. High School Choir Stipend 3,620 Total =$53,495

11 November - Second Question Jr./Sr. High School Art Teacher (December 1 st )$53,340 Sub-Total = $53,340 Sports and Clubs Varsity Club $1,820 Art Club 910 Multi-Cultural Student Union 2,000 Scribe Newspaper 2,785 Knowledge Bowl Club 2,430 Indoor Band Stipend 1,930 Jr./Sr. High School Band Stipend 2,850 Musical Supplies 1,600 Winter Cheerleading 2,870 Junior High School Co-ed Track 10,210 *Please note all Second Question items must be approved by the County Office prior to the election. The items that are put on a Second Question ballot cannot be a part of the Common Core State Standards in any way. Therefore, positions such as: a Math teacher, English teacher, Science teacher, Social Studies teacher, or an Elementary Core Content teacher cannot be placed on a Second Question ballot. There are very strict guidelines as to what can go on a Second Question ballot.

12 November - Second Question Continued Swimming Transportation 5,000 Jr./Sr. High School Marching Band Instruments 4,400 Jr./Sr. High School Choir Stipend 3,620 Total =$42,425 Technology Elementary Schools-4 sets of 25 Chromebooks combined$40,000 Jr./Sr. High School-technology infrastructure expansion15,000 Jr./Sr. High School-replacement of computers in one computer lab21,000 Jr./Sr. High School-replacement of 30 laptops and one laptop cart17,500 Sub-Total = $93,500 Total = $189,265 *Please note all Second Question items must be approved by the County Office prior to the election. The items that are put on a Second Question ballot cannot be a part of the Common Core State Standards in any way. Therefore, positions such as: a Math teacher, English teacher, Science teacher, Social Studies teacher, or an Elementary Core Content teacher cannot be placed on a Second Question ballot. There are very strict guidelines as to what can go on a Second Question ballot.

13 At district cap for a house assessed at $284,943, the tax increase for the homeowner is approximately $ At district cap for a house assessed at $284,943, the tax increase for the homeowner is approximately $75.97.

14 Second Question Information For a house assessed at $284,943, the approximate tax increase for the Second Question is $ For a house assessed at $284,943, the approximate tax increase for the Second Question is $65.83.


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