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1 11 FY 07/08 Draft Budget Shoreline School District #412

2 2 Steps in FY 07/08 Budget Development Analyze FY 06/07 Budget Forecast Ending Fund Balance 06/07 Forecast Student Enrollment Develop Revenue Forecast (OSPI F-203) Analyze Projected Expenditures for FY 07/08 Balance Budget

3 3 Shoreline School District FY 07/08 Budget Priorities Focus on Improving Student Achievement Class size reduction/Reduce Overload cost Eliminate costs in non-core activities Meet OSPI Staffing Ratios End the year with a positive Fund Balance

4 4 Increased Costs Fuel Prices Utility Rates Wage and Benefits (COLA non-funded positions) Other contractual costs

5 5 Enrollment Decline Budgeted for FY 07/08 Budget 06/07 Diff PROJECTED STUDENT FTE 8, ( ) (CEO Program 240 FTE & K-12, 334 FTE) Certificated Staff FTE ( ) Teaching & Teaching Support = FTE Support = FTE Principal’s Office (Principal’s and Staff) = FTE Central Admin (Supt, Business, HR) = FTE Classified Staff FTE ( ) Teaching & Teaching Support = FTE Support Operations (Maintenance, Grounds, Custodial, Utilities, Printing, Information Processing, Public Relations, Warehouse, Motor Pool and Public Activities = FTE Principal’s Office (Office Staff) = FTE Central Admin (Supt, Business, HR, Public Relations, Food, Transportation) = FTE

6 6 Shoreline School District FY 07/08 Forecasted Revenue Summary State$ 56,114,520 Levy$ 18,027,255 Local$ 8,782,333 Federal$ 4,186,402 Total$ 87,110,510

7 7 Shoreline School District FY 07/08 Expenditures Considerations Review Expenditure line items Review Contractual obligations (SEA, SESPA, SEIU, SCCA, SAAA, SPA, SCA and others) Projected increases in areas such as: fuel, utilities, insurance 3.7% COLA impact for funded and non- funded positions 4.3% Certificated Salary Schedule Increase

8 8 District Level Reductions/Adjustments Reduce Print Shop operation Reduce Local Special Education subsidy Eliminate Traffic Safety Program Middle Schools return to a 6 period day Reduce District Vehicle Pool by 12 Closure of North City Elementary, Sunset Elementary and Aldercrest Annex Reduce Transportation Bus Routes

9 9 Departments Reductions/Adjustments Move (2) Executive Director openings to Director positions Reorganize Business Services Department Use Capital Projects Fund interest from South Woods Property to General Fund, approx. $140k annually Eliminate unfilled instructional positions as possible

10 10 District Administrative Reductions & (2 years) SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOL YEAR Administrative PositionsFTE Administrative PositionsFTE Supt1 1 Deputy Supt/Finance & HR1 Associate Supt1 Assistant Supt1 Exec Dir C & I1 Exec Dir Student Learning/Schools1 Exec Dir HR1 Exec Dir Bus Ser1 Exec Dir Community Relations1 Comptroller1 Director of HR1 Director Business Services1 Director of Student Services1 Director of Teaching and Learning1 Director Assessment1 1 Director Spec Ed1 Director Voc & Applied1 1 Director Technology1 1 Director Accounting1 Director Transportation1 1 Director Athletics1 1 Director Food Services1 Program Manager Food Services1 Manager Title I/LAP/ELL1 1 Manager Prof Development0.5 Supervisor Custodian1 1 Supervisor Maintenance1 1 Total

11 11 Athletic Programs Reductions/Adjustments Suspend ‘C’ Teams Programs Cap transportation expenditures for Middle School and High School sports New ‘cost center’ for all athletic costs

12 12 Transportation Reductions/Adjustments Reduce Regular Routes by at least 10 7 new buses – fuel efficiency Review Operations for additional savings

13 13 Food Service Operation Program Improvements Efficiencies in Food Preparation Improved # of meals served per hour (MPLH) Shorewood High School example: –S–Sept 2005 – MPLH = 15.9 –J–June 2006 – MPLH = 18.7 –F–February MPLH = 23.5 Reduced number of serving kitchens (fewer schools)

14 14 07/08 Expenditures Comparison – Regular Instruction$46.2 m Special Education$ 9.6 m Vocational Education$ 3.8 m Compensatory$ 5.6 m Other Instru. Prgms $ 1.1 m Community Service$ 3.0 m Support Services$15.1 m – Total$84.4 m – Regular Instruction$46.4 m Special Education$11.1 m Vocational Education$ 2.2 m Compensatory$ 7.1 m Other Instru. Prgms$.7 m Community Service$ 3.0 m Support Services$15.1 m – Total$85.6 m Total Budget increase of 1.2%

15 15 Expenditure By Program Basic Education$46,240,087$46,386,723 Special Education$ 9,312,943$11,136,374 Vocational Education$ 3,818,382$ 2,221,603 (534 FTE to 473 FTE) Title I, Federal$ 495,010$ 550,127 Title II, Federal$ 286,316$ 345,156 LAP$ 269,496$ 373,579 Grants/Donations$ 131,385$ 937,348 (Interns, Nat’l Cert, TAP, Capacity) Head Start, Federal$ 385,221$ 152,921 PAS Program (WASL)$ 154,598$ 116,205 Federal Bilingual$ 134,338$ 89,877 State Bilingual$ 375,204$ 439,743

16 16 Expenditure By Program I-728 Stu Achieve$ 3,110,202$ 4,124,420 (Includes Carryover) Summer School$ 88,800$ 10,000 Highly Capable$ 69,869$ 78,339 Compensatory$ 252,808$ -0- Traffic Safety$ 102,724$ -0- Oth Instru Prgm$ 837,767$ 500,316 Shoreline Child Ctr$ 2,165,327$ 2,166,546 Facilities Use$ 832,414$ 871,100 District Support$10,129,791$10,183,784 School Food Service$ 2,021,079$ 2,032,733 Pupil Transportation$ 2,959,484$ 2,864,488 Total$84,473,245$85,581,382

17 17 I-728 Student Achievement $450 per student AAFTE Class Size Reduction75.0% Grades K -4 Grades 5 – 6 Elementary Reading/Math Specialists Supplement LAP Support Shortfall K – 4 Allocations to Buildings to Reduce Class Size 1 – 12 Extended Day/Year Activities 5.0% All Day K Para Educator Support (13 sections) Secondary Summer Academies Before & After School Programs Grade 7 & 8 w/Transportation Professional Development16.6% C & I Contracted Prof Dev T.D.C. Professional Development TOSA TOSA Support for Writing & Training Secondary Reading Coaches Tech Spec Support for P–6 (2.4) and 7-12 (1.2) ELL Strategy Development for All Faculty Pre-School/Early Childhood Programs 1.7% Early Childhood Literacy & Specialist Support Contingency $$ 1.7% TOTAL100.0%

18 18 07/08 General Fund Summary Projected Beginning Balance$-1,524,460 Total Revenues$87,110,510 Less: Total Expenditures$85,581,382 Ending Fund Balance$ 4,668 Included in the expenditure amount there is a negative- -$541,220 placeholder for reductions yet to be made (negotiations and/or staff/program reductions).

19 19 07/08 Associated Student Body (ASB) Projected Beginning Balance$ 900,000 Total Revenues$3,718,102 Less: Total Expenditures$3,639,884 Ending Fund Balance$ 978,218 Note: There is a built in contingency for unanticipated activities.

20 20 07/08 Debt Service Fund (DSF) Projected Beginning Balance$ 3,268,800 Total Revenues (taxes, Interest)$20,350,289 Less: Total Expenditures$17,573,643 Ending Fund Balance$ 6,045,446 LGO Bond$ 294,289 Principal Bonds$11,141,407 Interest Bonds$ 6,112,947 Bond Transfer Fees$ 25,000

21 21 07/08 Capital Projects Fund (CPF) Projected Beginning Balance$45,175,000 Total Revenues$ 1,431,000 Transfer to DSF (LGO Bonds) $ 294,289 Less: Total Expenditures$42,509,960 Ending Fund Balance$ 3,801,751

22 22 Capital Projects Fund: Projects TotalSitesBuildingsEquipArbitrage Instructional Technology$4,100,000$600,000$3,500,000 Health, Safety & Security$4,300,000$2,000,000$2,300,000 Portable Upgrades$10,100,000$2,000,000$6,300,000$1,800,000 Up-Grade Roofing Systems$3,800,000 Middle Sch Field & Track$4,200,0004,200,000 High School Planning & Design $1,120,000 Facility Up-Grades$9,489,960 Site Improvements$3,300,000 Undistributed$2,000,000 Arbitrage$100,000 Total$42,509,960

23 23 07/08 Transportation Vehicle Fund (TVF) Projected Beginning Balance$652,200 Total Revenues$225,481 Less: Total Expenditures$500,000 (Purchase 5 new buses) Ending Fund Balance$377,681

24 24 Budget Timeline Legislative Session Ends April 22 Building Staffing Allocations May 15 Draft of Budget July 10 Board Review July 25 Community Budget Workshop August 14 Final Budget Board Presentation August 20 Hearing and Final Adoption August 27


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