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1 School District Presentation

2 Current Enrollments

3 Burillville, RI Historical & Projected Enrollment En r o ll m en t PK-12, Historical Projected

4 PK-12 TO 2023 Based On Data Through School Year En r o ll ment Burillville, RI Projected Enrollment

5 Out of District Enrollments Private Schools Charter Schools Vocational Schools Special Education (out of District) Total (7.3%)

6 Special Education Disability by Category Burrillville, Rhode Island

7 2014 Disabilities by Category BurrillvilleRhode Island Orthopedic Impairments1% Multiple Disabilities1% Speech and Language Impairment26%18% Autism10%9% Developmental Delay10%9% Visual, Deaf, Blind, Traumatic Brain Injury1% Emotional Disturbance6%8% Other Health Impaired11%15% Hearing Impairment1% Intellectual Disability3% Specific Learning Disabilites30%36%

8 e Collaborative Expenditures as a % of Special Education Expenditures Special Education Trend Report:BURRILLVILLE, RI Collaborative Expenditures as a % of Special Education Expenditures Outside Placement Expenditures as a % of Special Education Expenditures e Outside Placement Expenditures as a % of Special Education Expenditu res e e

9 Total Outside Special Education Placement Expenditures Trendline e Total Collaborative Expenditures Trendline e Special Education Trend Report:BURRILLVILLE, RI

10 25.5% of Budget is Related to Special Education

11 Characteristics of all BSD Curriculum Curriculum Status by Area  Online for Parents and Teachers  Aligned to State Standards  Includes links to resources  Defines in Essential Questions what students should know and be able to do Completed:  K-12 English  K-12 Math  K-12 Social Studies (New 14/15-Posted)  K-12 Physical Education  K-12 Health  K-12 Art  K-12 Music  K-12 Technology In Process:  Science K-5 (Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)  Posted beginning January 2016)  Science 6-12 (Aligned to NGSS-15-16)  French I, II, III, IV; Spanish I, II, III, IV (Being Developed this Year)

12 Salary & Benefits Budget Alignment with BEP BEPPositions#Staff Expense G Implementing the BEPSuperintendent, Support & SC 2$ 277,442 G-13-1Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum Curriculum Director & Support ,558 G Framework of Comprehensive Curr.Curriculum Development Stipends 54,732 G Comprehensive Program of StudyDistrict Teachers and Substitutes ,753,560 G-14-1Academic Supports & InterventionsPupil Personnel Dir. & Support 2 192,329 G Supports and InterventionsSpecial Education Teachers & T/A’s 60 4,108,169 G Comprehensive GuidanceGuidance Counselors & Support 7 614,410 G-14-3Health and Social ServicesNurses, Therapists, Psychologists 17 1,556,922 G Leading the Focus on Student LrngSchool Administrators & Support 17 1,461,291 G Facilities OversightFacilities Manager, Custodians, Main. 23 1,687,606 G , 2.5 Information, CommunicationTechnology Director & Support ,204 G , 2.3Information, Fiscal OversightBusiness Administrator & Support 4 313, Supportive & Nurturing SchoolBus Monitors 139, $24,487,536

13 Departmental Budget Alignment with BEP Austin T. Levy G-13-1,G-13-2,G-13-3, G ,579 Steere Farm Elem G-13-1,G-13-2,G-13-3, G ,172 William L. Callahan G-13-1,G-13-2,G-13-3, G ,690 Middle School G-13-1,G-13-2,G-13-3, G ,898 High School G-13-1,G-13-2,G-13-3, G ,270 Administration G ,752 Special EducationG-14.1, G-14-2, G ,096,294 Program ServicesG-14-1, G ,566 MaintenanceG-14-4, G ,440,130 TechnologyG , G ,200 TransportationG ,444,320 $6,270,870

14 Budget Alignment with BEP Salary & Benefit Budget$24,487,535 Departmental Budgets 6,270,870 Misc. Expenses (Coaches, Longevity 475,588 Payments, Sick Day Buyouts, Workers’ Comp Ins. Etc.) Requested FY2015 Budget$31,233,993

15 Major Increases/Decreases in FY2016 Budget Request Mandated Step Increases Contractual Certified Staff Increases 1.o Staff moved from restricted funds to local funds Increase in Administrative Salaries Elimination of an elementary teacher based on enrollment Subtotal – Salaries  Health Insurance projected increase 5%  Dental Insurance projected increase 3%  Certified Retirement -.94% increase  Non-Certified Retirement -.25% increase  FICA & Medicare Subtotal – Benefits Salary & Benefits Total Increase - 75%  $ 280,663 $ 187,023 $ 45,050 $ 30,022 $ (35,958) $ 506,800 $ 283,249 $ 4,738 $ 213,239 $ 7,020 $ 6,820 $ 515,066 $1,021,866

16 Major Increases/Decreases in FY2016 Budget Request  Student Assistance Program  Physical Therapy contracted service  Reduced Conferences/workshops  Student Transportation Projected (3%)  Property Insurance Projected (5%)  Special Education Tuitions Projected (3%)  Fuel Oil – Town Set-aside Appropriation  General Building Maintenance  Electricity Projected (20%)  Student Information System & Student Assessment Prog.  District Student Furniture  District Technology – Use of undesignated fund balance (FY15) Discretionary Line Items (25%) Total Increase - $1,341,118 $ 18,034 $ 6,272 ($ 3,500) $ 73,512 $ 6,442 $ 42,948 $100,000 ($ 20,000) $ 58,628 $ 8,347 $ 3,284 $ 25,285 $319,252

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18 Items that may impact FY16 Budget Request Projected costs Items Not Included in Budget Health/Dental Rates unknown Transportation contract expires June 30, 2015 No increase in workers’ comp insurance No unemployment expense No increase in support staff salaries Potential opening of Mayoral Academy Additional Staffing Requested by School Administration

19 School Appropriation History FY11/12FY12/13FY13/14FY14/15 Amount From Property Tax $ 14,953,853 $ 15,435,949 $ 15,910,216 $ 16,393,441 State Aid $ 13,034,165 $ 12,965,501 $ 13,054,183 $ 13,173,611 Town Set-Aside Funds-Curriculum Dev/Fuel $ 69,896 $ 150,000 $ 70,000 $ 100,000 Medicaid $ 345,587 $ 332,155 $ 340,601 $ 300,000 Total Appropriation $ 28,403,501 $ 28,883,605 $ 29,375,000 $ 29,967,052 Use of School Dept. Undesignated Fund Balance $ 206,000 $ 75,000 $ 125,000 $ 124,871 End of Year Surplus $ 56,225 $ 21,443 $ 40,230 $ - Average increase in Appropriation (Property Tax) $ 390,888

20 Union Contract Negotiations-Last two Certified Contracts Salary Increase average 1.34% (Top Step only) Health Insurance Moved from 7.5% co-pay to 15% Moved from $250/500 deductible plan to $500/$1000 Sick Day Buyout Moved from accumulating up to 250 sick days down to 150 sick days

21 Undesignated Fund Balance June 30, 2014 Fund Balance$551,290 Reserved for encumbrances($52,597) Purchase orders sent and items had not arrived by June 30 th Reserved for Technology Equip($124,871) Unreserved Fund Balance$373,822

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23 School Safety Mitigation Plans have been developed to manage, reduce, and eliminate risk. These include: Close collaboration with BPD and Fire Departments Every school has a Crisis Response Team Ongoing fire inspections Building assessment tours by Police, Fire Dept., Administration, School Committee Access Control System – all doors locked at all times Locked entry vestibules Visitor Screening Process Alarm System Intruder locks on all classroom doors Wireless panic buttons Annual School Safety and Emergency Operations Plan Full-time Resource Officer Police Department walkthroughs

24 School Safety

25 5 Yr Facilities Plan FY14 Misc Bldg Proj. $151,276In Process Feasibility $ 50,000Completed Architect Design $135,430In Process Asbestos Abatement $16,886Completed Electrical-Upgrades $77,450In Process HVAC Upgrades $181,149In Process Misc Construction Projects $191,627In Process Telephone System $48,734In Process Misc Site work $ 11,454In Process Roofs $1,867,160Completed $2,731,166

26 We need to be prepared to meet the challenge of “Mobile Learning”.

27 Why Focus on Technology? Technology is vital to transforming teaching and learning. Technology has the power to increase students’ engagement, enhance instructional strategies, and increase achievement.

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30 Nationwide Harris Poll of 2,250 students found: Use of Smartphones 45% - grades % - grades % - grades 9-12  81% of students said they agree that using mobile devices in the classroom helps them personalize their learning.  79% of students said mobile devices help them perform better in class.  89% of students said that using mobile devices makes learning fun.  An average of elementary, middle, and high school students, 65%, would like to use mobile devices in the classroom.

31 Technology Initiative  Undesignated fund balance:  Purchased 186 Staff Chrome Books$65,674  Purchased 97 Student Chrome Books $32,481  Purchased 53 Document Cameras $ 4,484  State Wireless Initiative Grant: $216,860  BMS, BHS, WLC & SFE enhanced wireless capabilities

32 Three Policies Support Our Technology Plan Bring Your Own Device Policy (BYOD) Mobile Device Home Use Policy Computer and Network Acceptable Use Policy

33 Technology Initiative

34 Staffing Requested Not included in FY16 Budget Request BHS 1.0 Teacher (3/5-Social Studies – 2/5-Technology)$80,082 Increase in Athletics/Coaches Stipends 20,730 BMS 1.o Reading Specialist $80, Teacher Assistants$103,750 ATL 1.o Resource Teacher$ 80,082 1.o Teacher Assistant$ 51,875 $416,601

35 Poverty Percent Based on Free and Reduced Lunch 35 WLC46% ATL35% SFE28% BMS37% BHS36% District Average36.4%

36 RIDE DATA ( ) Burrillville Data Socio/Economic Level WLC46% SFE28% ATL35% BMS37% BHS37% 36.6% Average Poverty Level 36 High School Socio/Economic Enrollment Burrillville36%725 Lincoln24%1,005 No. Smithfield11%519 Smithfield15%755


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