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Welcome to our third and final Community Program on understanding School Budgeting February 17, 2014.

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1 Welcome to our third and final Community Program on understanding School Budgeting February 17, 2014

2 Projected Budget Changes and Challenges Impact of Enrollment, State and Federal Funds Donnie McVee Business Manager February 17, 2014

3 Carl Perkins & Career and Technical Education (CTE) Career and Technical Education prepares Montana K-12 students for a wide range of careers and post-secondary education programs by providing resources for coursework in Agriculture, Business, Marketing, Family and Consumer Sciences, Industrial Technology, and Health Sciences.

4 Totals for $25,340 $ 7,285

5 Federal Programs- Title I and Title IIA Linda Filpula Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

6 How does my state and school district receive Title I dollars? “Title I funds flow to states and school districts on a formula basis. The formula takes into account the number of low- income children and the statewide average per pupil expenditures. Resources within the state are targeted to the districts and schools with the greatest need.” (U.S. Department of Education)

7 What services does Title I funding provide?  Professional Development  Hiring additional teachers and classroom aides  Improve curriculum  Enhance parent involvement  Extend learning time for students who need extra help  Provide other activities that are tied to raising student achievement. (U.S. Department of Education)

8 Title I Funding for SES: 20% set aside 59,354 PD: 10% set aside 29,677 Salaries: 70% Salary 176,578 Benefits 31,161 Total $296,770

9 Title II A Title IIA- Reduced Class Size Teacher’s Salary (2-3)- $116,992

10 Average Number Belonging ANB

11 Entitlement Fiscal Year 2014$11,361, Fiscal Year 2015$12,230, Increase $ 868,024.10

12 Building Reserve Levy History YearElem AmountHS Amount Length  1990 $140, $140, years  1993 $70, $70, years  1998 $70, $70, years  1999 NA $55, years  2003 $70, $70, years  2008 $70, $70, years

13 2014 Building Reserve Levy Request AmountYears Elem $150, years HS $100, years

14 Impact on the Taxpayer $100, $200, Elem $5.86 $ mills HS $3.97 $ mills

15 Protested Tax Settlement Explained Tim Bronk Superintendent

16 Taxes Not CHS $2.2 M Taxes CHS $2.2 M Pre-Settlement Revenue = $4.4 M 50% Taxes Not CHS $2.2 M CHS Reduced Taxes $333, Taxes CHS $1.8 M Post-Settlement Revenue = $4.0 M 50% 35% 15%

17 Taxes Not CHS $2.2 M CHS Reduced Taxes $333, Taxes CHS $1.8 M Post-Settlement Revenue = $4.0 M 50% 35% 15% Adjusted Taxes Not CHS $2.5 M Adjusted Post-Settlement Revenue = $4.4 M Taxes CHS $1.9 M 42.5% 57.5%

18 Timeline of Settlement 2013 Tax Statements Mailed CHS Protested Tax Settlement 1 st Tax Payment Due September 1, 2013November 30, 2013

19 Adjusted Taxes Not CHS $2.5 M Adjusted Post-Settlement Revenue = $4.4 M Taxes CHS $1.9 M 42.5% 57.5%

20 Net Cash = $925, Total CHS Protest Tax Distribution to LPS $4,903, Amount Previously Advanced & Interest Due = $3,977, % 19%

21 CHS Reduced 2013 Taxes $333, Dollars to Fill Reserves $174, Re-appropriate to Tax Payers $417, Net Cash = $925, % 19% 45%

22 CHS Reduced 2013 Taxes $333, EL General Fund…………..$ 138, EL Trans Fund……………….$ 12, EL Bus Dep Fund…………..$ 8, EL Tuition……………………..$ 5, EL Adult Ed Fund……….….$ 1, EL Tech Fund………………..$ 1, EL Debt Serv Fund………..$ 33, EL Bldg Reserve Fund……$.00 HS General Fund…………..$ 79, HS Trans Fund……………...$ 10, HS Bus Dep Fund………….$ 5, HS Tuition…………………….$ 3, HS Adult Ed Fund………….$ 1, HS Tech Fund………….…….$ 1, HS Debt Serv Fund……….$ 28, HS Bldg Reserve Fund…..$.00

23 CHS Reduced 2013 Taxes $333, Dollars to Fill Reserves $174, Re-appropriate to Tax Payers $417, Net Cash = $925, % 19% 45%

24 Dollars to Fill Reserves $174, $58, EL General Fund $39, Bus Depreciation Fund $77, HS General Fund 33% 22% 44%

25 CHS Reduced 2013 Taxes $333, Dollars to Fill Reserves $174, Re-appropriate to Tax Payers $417, Net Cash = $925, % 19% 45%

26 Re-appropriate to Tax Payers $417, EL General Fund…………..$.00 EL Trans Fund……………….$ (16,173.00) EL Bus Dep Fund…………..$.00 EL Tuition……………………..$ 17, EL Adult Ed Fund……….….$ 13, EL Tech Fund………………..$ 5, EL Debt Serv Fund………..$ 198, EL Bldg Reserve Fund……$ 12, HS General Fund…………..$.00 HS Trans Fund……………...$ 11, HS Bus Dep Fund………….$ 26, HS Tuition…………………….$ 27, HS Adult Ed Fund………….$ 15, HS Tech Fund………….…….$ 4, HS Debt Serv Fund……….$ 99, HS Bldg Reserve Fund…..$ 12,982.00

27 CHS Reduced 2013 Taxes $333, Dollars to Fill Reserves $174, Re-appropriate to Tax Payers $417, Net Cash = $925, % 19% 45%

28 $2.2 million refunded to CHS from LPS taxes protested For every student$1, over 5 years $217.00/year

29 Taxes Not CHS 50% Taxes CHS 50% If the Montana Department of Revenue does not revise the current taxation method, CHS will again be approximately 50% of LPS tax revenue and will likely protest taxes again. 50%

30 Questions

31 Tim Bronk, Superintendent Donnie McVee, Business Manager Linda Filpula Thank you Please contact us with any questions


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