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1 Funding for Education Impact of Governor Daugaard’s Proposed Budget on the Aberdeen School District

2 ASD FY 2011 Total Tax-Supported Funds $36 million

3 General Fund Breakdown $22.3 million

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5 Expenditure Comparison (General and Special Education) Total Expenditures per Student National Average$11,040 South Dakota Average $7,958 Sioux Falls $7,288 Watertown $7,641 Aberdeen $6,691 ASD spends 40% less per student on total expenses than peers across the nation. Source: National Center for Education Statistics and SD DOE Statistical Digest

6 Impact of Gov. Daugaard’s K-12 Funding Proposal Current PSA Governor’s Proposed PSA Difference Statewide Impact $ $ $ $59.5 million *Statewide impact includes decreases in both State and Local revenue delivered to Local school districts through the state aid to education formula. Source: Associated School Boards of South Dakota

7 Estimated Yearly Per-Student Allocations %$4324$4380$4435$4491$4547$4604$4661$4719$4778$ %$4324$4380$4468$4557$4648$4741$4836 Source: Associated School Boards of South Dakota Note: For the purpose of these projections, ASBSD used a 1.3% CPI-W growth for 2013, which is based on both the actual growth so far this year and the Expected growth trend for the rest of FY11.

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10 Increases Since FY03 State Aid 28% or $90 million Medicaid 66% or $478 million Rest of State 56% or $752 million

11 SB 152 (Rhoden) and HB 1110 (Lust) – 5.6% reduction to PSA

12 Aberdeen School District General Fund Budget Projections Budget Year Estimated Revenues:5.6% Funding10.0% Funding Reduction Ad Valorem Taxes/State Aid$17,920,899$17,081,371 Other Revenue Sources3,319,127 Total$21,240,026$20,400, Estimated Expenditures: Budgeted Expenditures Previous Year$22,181,123 Estimated Increases (Decreases): Increases: 0% Salary And Benefits Increase00 10% Health Insurance Increase227,000 Cost Transfers From Special Education Fund111,000 2% Inflationary Increases74, ,659 Decreases: Estimated Savings From Newly Hired Staff(123,000) Retirement//Early Retirement Decrease(70,000) (193,000) Total Estimated Expenditures22,400,782 Budget Surplus (Deficit)(1,160,756)(2,000,284) Proposed Reductions$1,007,823$1,712,855 Budget Surplus (Deficit)($152,933)($287,429)

13 Aberdeen School District Possible Budget Reductions Fiscal Year Dept. Percent PROGRAMS/DEPARTMENT5.6%10.0%ReductionsBudgetReduction General Fund: Elementary Instruction Reduce 5.0 FTE educational assistants $105,000 Reduce 1.0 FTE social worker$55,000 Reduce instructional supplies by 10%/20%$13,000 $186,000$4,571, % Elementary Music Reduce elementary orchestra 1.00 FTE$51,300 $295, % Elementary Art $0$180, % Elementary Physical Education $0$231, %

14 Middle School Instruction Reduce 2.0 FTE Educational Assistants$42,000 Reduce instructional supplies by 10%/20%$6,000 Reduce extended school day budget$2,000 Reduce permanent sub at Simmons Middle School$3,000 Reduce.08 teacher $4,000$63,000$2,587, % High School Instruction Reduce 2.0/4.0 house parents$42,000 Reduce 1.00 teacher$51,300 Reduce instructional supplies by 10%/20%$10,000 Reduce permanent sub at high school$3,000 $158,300$3,116, % Gifted Education Reduce academic coach stipends$2,400 Reduce other supplies and purchased services$2,125 Reduce instructional supplies by 10%$700 Reduce 1.14 FTE teachers $58,400$63,625$136, % Alternative Learning Center Reduce administrator stipend $5,115 Reduce instructional supplies by 10%$250 Reduce 1.00 FTE teachers $51,300$56,665$193, %

15 Culturally Different Reduce instructional supplies by 10%/20%$500 $1,000$166, % Multi-District Vocational Eliminate channel 7 program$16,000 Reduce assessment By 10%$27,500 $43,500$294, % Guidance Counselors Reduce travel budget$4,000 Reduce instructional supplies by 10%/20%$200 $4,400$537, % Health Services Reduce supplies by 10%/20%$700 $1,400$111, % Assistant Superintendent/Curriculum Reduce instructional supplies $10,000 Reduce curriculum writing by 50%/100% $11,000 Reduce.5 FTE administrative assistant $23,900 Reduce travel budget by 25%/50% $200 $56,300$162, % Staff Development Reduce budget by 10%/25%$4,300$10,700 Reduce tuition reimbursement$10,000 $25,000$52, %

16 Library Reduce supplies and materials by 10%/20%$4,000 Move computer software to capital outlay fund$11,200 $19,200$462, % Technology Reduce supplies and materials by 10%/20%$400 Reduce computer software budget by 10%/20%$550 Reduce troubleshooter budget$1,000 Reduce travel budget by 25%/50%$1,800 Reduce 1.00 FTE technology support specialists $43,000$49,500$404, % School Board and Professional Services Reduce foundation donation$30,000 Reduce travel budget by 25%/50%$1,400 Reduce national association dues$4,500 $37,300$152, % Superintendent Reduce travel budget by 25%/50% $1,700 Reduce section 504 budget line $1,100 Reduce drug testing budget line $1,000 Reduce supplies and materials by 10%/20%$100 Reduce public relations budget by 50% $2,000 Reduce.50 FTE administrative assistant $24,800 $32,500$219, %

17 Office of Principal Move Reach software to capital outlay fund $8,000 Reduce office supply budget by 10%/20% $1,700 Reduce travel budget by 25%/50% $600 $12,600$1,472, % Finance Office Reduce office supply budget by 10%/20% $800 Reduce.25 FTE administrative assistant $7,500 Reduce consultant budget $6,700 Reduce miscellaneous budget $1,800 Reduce travel budget by 25%/50% $600 $18,800$346, % Transportation Pay mileage to parents (5 routes, 100,000 miles) $134,000 $165, %

18 Operations Move Johnson Controls contract to capital outlay fund $102,000 Move Johnson Controls debt payment to capital outlay fund $42,000 Reduce permanent part time custodians $15,000 Reduce student custodians $40,000 Reduce 1.0 FTE custodians $35,000 Reduce CHS electricity budget by power factor $9,000 Reduce electricity budget by 5% (lighting changes) $20,000 Reduce repair & maintenance to levels $35,000 Reduce repair & maintenance by additional amount $20,000 Reduce office supply budget by 10%/20% $100$200 Reduce travel budget by 25%/50% $700 $319,700$3,065, % Warehouse and Printing Reduce part time warehouse employee $6,400 $91, % Human Resources Reduce EAP budget $6,000 Reduce unemployment budget $4,000 Reduce office supply budget by 10%/20% $400 Reduce travel budget by 25%/50% $500 Reduce.25 FTE receptionist $7,600 $19,400$206, %

19 Cocurricular Athletics Football: Reduce One game for all levels $3,650 Reduce 1.0 middle school coach $2,280 Reduce 1.0 high school coach $2,730 Reduce instructional supplies & travel $4,200 Boys Basketball: Reduce two games for high school level $2,550 Reduce 1.0 middle school coach $2,280 Reduce instructional supplies $2,000 Girls Basketball: Reduce two games for high school level $2,550 Reduce 1.0 middle school coach $2,280 Reduce instructional supplies $2,000 Wrestling: Reduce 2.0 middle school coaches $4,560 Reduce tournament for all levels $6,487 Volleyball: Reduce two games for high school level $2,500 Reduce middle school tournament $2,500 Reduce 1.0 middle school coach $2,280 Reduce instructional supplies & travel $1,750

20 Boys/Girls Track: Reduce meets at all levels $7,700 Reduce instructional supplies $1,000 Boys/Girls Cross Country: Reduce meets at all levels $2,000 Reduce 2.0 middle school coaches $4,560 Reduce instructional supplies $1,000 Competitive Dance and Cheer: Reduce meets at all levels $1,020 Reduce 1.0 high school coach $2,150 Reduce instructional supplies $1,200 Sideline Cheer (Fall and Winter): Eliminate program $9,252 Gymnastics: Reduce two meets at all levels $1,820 Reduce instructional supplies $700 Boys/Girls Soccer: Reduce 2.0 high school coaches $4,300 Reduce west river trip (two games) $4,350 Reduce instructional supplies $1,250 Intramural Basketball: Eliminate program $2,326

21 Boys Golf: Reduce four tournaments at all levels $1,250 Reduce instructional supplies $500 Girls Golf: Reduce three tournaments at all levels $1,150 Strength Training: Reduce 1.0 position $2,000 Girls Tennis: Reduce two meets at all levels $1,920 Boys Tennis: Reduce two meets at all levels $1,920 Athletic Office: Reduce travel $4,000 Reduce dues $2,000 Reduce office and warehouse supplies $3,500 Reduce administrative assistant to 10 months $4,300 Additional Cocurricular Athletic Reductions: Reduce event security (police, security staff, etc.) $5,000 Reduce officials by 10% $5,000 Reduce additional instructional supplies $10,000 Reduce additional coaching staff $70,000 Reduce temporary workers by 25%/50% $20,000 $243,765$969, %

22 Cocurricular Activities-Fine Arts Reduce elementary fine arts lyceum budget $3,700 Eliminate elementary all city chorus $4,500 Eliminate elementary orchestra $7,700 Eliminate middle school show choir $7,900 Eliminate middle school honors orchestra $2,800 Eliminate middle school drama $9,600 Eliminate high school flag corp. $2,800 Eliminate fine arts coordinator $3,000 Eliminate high school drum line $3,600 Eliminate JV high school show choir $4,000 Eliminate gold star band $3,500 Reduce music instructional supplies $8,000 $61,100$241, %

23 Cocurricular Activities-Academics Eliminate elementary future problem solvers $2,900 Eliminate elementary destination imagination $3,800 Eliminate middle school improv (images/sensations) $3,300 Eliminate middle school paper $4,000 Eliminate middle school TAP $1,700 Eliminate middle school future problem solvers $2,000 Eliminate high school images $2,400 Eliminate high school SADD $3,800 Eliminate high school future problem solvers $1,400 Eliminate high school history day $5,000 Eliminate high school NASA (Native Amer. Stud. Assn.) $1,000 Eliminate high school student senate travel $2,500 Eliminate high school FBLA $4,000 Reduce 1.0 assistant high school debate coach $5,300 Reduce overnight debate trips $2,000 Reduce debate travel for national tournament $3,000 $48,100$185, %

24 Grant Programs $1,535,011 Contingency $200,000 Contribution From Pension Fund ($175,000) TOTAL GENERAL FUND$1,007,823$705,032$1,712,855$22,181, % TOTAL GENERAL FUND All LEVELS $1,712,855

25 State Salary Comparisons Average Salary Increases: / Sioux Falls Teachers 4.6%/2.3% Private Ownership 3.6%/3.8% Healthcare/ Social Assistance 3.8%/3.7% Finance/Insurance 4.5%/4.1% Manufacturing 3.3%/3.4% Compared to Sioux Falls (State Gov is Statewide) Wholesale Trade 4.3%/4.2% State Government 5.4%/3.4%


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