Presentation on theme: "Creating a Staffing Model for Your District Annette Moreno Director of Budget and Finance Brian Mee Assistant Supt Business Services Pendergast Elementary."— Presentation transcript:
Creating a Staffing Model for Your District Annette Moreno Director of Budget and Finance Brian Mee Assistant Supt Business Services Pendergast Elementary School District
Types of Staffing Models Revenue Modeling How to get started Building the Staffing Models Budget Modeling in Practice
Site Specific School Sites Department Specific Supt Office, Business Office, Special Education Office, Transportation… Program Specific Gifted Program, ELL, Grants… Three Major Types
Strategic Plan Mission Goals Restrictions (Overrides, State & Federal Regulations) Alignment
Site Specific Class size Instructional Aides Administration Office Staff Media/Library Departments Maintenance, Custodians, Landscaping Transportation / Routes Food Service HR Department Superintendent Program Specific Special Area (Art, Music, PE,) Counselors Nurses Special Education (Resource Teachers, Speech, Aides, OT, PT, Psychologists) Instructional Coaches/Interventionists
Is it affordable? Is it within your budget limits? Are you using carry over to balance the budget? Is it sustainable? Can it withstand student population stabilization,a decrease in students or state funding?
Align your Staffing Model with your Strategic Plan, Mission, Vision and Restrictions Build a staffing model and budget that is sustainable and easily manipulated for projections On going analysis of efficiencies and comparative data with peer group and prior year expenditures Align your actual expenditures or needs with your budget Know and understand issues that impact the budget and prepare for future needs