Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

2014-2015 Budget Presentation May 7, 2014 2014-2015 Budget Presentation May 7, 2014.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "2014-2015 Budget Presentation May 7, 2014 2014-2015 Budget Presentation May 7, 2014."— Presentation transcript:

1 Budget Presentation May 7, Budget Presentation May 7, 2014

2 Fred Garber ~ President Dr. Kim Raymond ~ Vice President Joseph Cammarata Kim Eydelman Kathryn Gizzo Sandy Freeman Jeanne Heck Jacquelyn Hoagland Irene Sessa Fred Garber ~ President Dr. Kim Raymond ~ Vice President Joseph Cammarata Kim Eydelman Kathryn Gizzo Sandy Freeman Jeanne Heck Jacquelyn Hoagland Irene Sessa

3 Fredrik Oberkehr, Ed.D. ~ Superintendent/Interim Board Secretary MaryJane Garibay ~ Director of Curriculum Richard Beck, PhD. ~ Director of Special Services Terry Pilitzer ~ Communications and Technology Coordinator Colin Rigby ~ Principal CDMS JoAnn Cilmi ~ Assistant Principal CDMS James Osmond ~ Principal CRES Tricia Barr ~ Principal CRPS Fredrik Oberkehr, Ed.D. ~ Superintendent/Interim Board Secretary MaryJane Garibay ~ Director of Curriculum Richard Beck, PhD. ~ Director of Special Services Terry Pilitzer ~ Communications and Technology Coordinator Colin Rigby ~ Principal CDMS JoAnn Cilmi ~ Assistant Principal CDMS James Osmond ~ Principal CRES Tricia Barr ~ Principal CRPS

4 Address the Results Statements from the Strategic Plan :  Strategy 1 – Result Statements 1, 4, & 7  Strategy 2 – Result Statement 1  Strategy 3 – Result Statements 1 & 2  Strategy 4 – Result Statement 1  Strategy 5 – Result Statement 1  Strategy 6 – Result Statements 1 & 3  Strategy 7 – Result Statements 2 & 4

5  Address recommendations from Assessment Teams in LAL, Mathematics, and Science  Continue to seek ways of developing a fiscally responsible budget for the school year

6 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

7 Goals: To expand and maintain programs that support learning and engage students at all levels To support the implementation of Common Core State Standards and New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.  Resources for students  Resources for teachers  Professional development and training for teachers Goals: To expand and maintain programs that support learning and engage students at all levels To support the implementation of Common Core State Standards and New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.  Resources for students  Resources for teachers  Professional development and training for teachers

8  Online, adaptive assessments for students to progress monitor academic growth over time;  Common Core and PARCC professional development;  Curriculum Revisions;  Expansion of K-5 Science Enrichment;  Project Lead the Way – STEM Program – Enrichment;  NEW literacy materials (K-5) to support Readers Workshop;  NEW resources for Social Studies, K-8;  New 6-8 Mathematics Text Series;  Online Curriculum Platform; and  Understanding by Design Curriculum Training.  Online, adaptive assessments for students to progress monitor academic growth over time;  Common Core and PARCC professional development;  Curriculum Revisions;  Expansion of K-5 Science Enrichment;  Project Lead the Way – STEM Program – Enrichment;  NEW literacy materials (K-5) to support Readers Workshop;  NEW resources for Social Studies, K-8;  New 6-8 Mathematics Text Series;  Online Curriculum Platform; and  Understanding by Design Curriculum Training.

9 Student Personnel Services

10  Assisting struggling/At-Risk students in the General Education setting  Response to Intervention (RTI)  Targeted/Tiered Interventions  Data-based decision making  Contemporary clinical evaluation tools for diagnostic purposes and eligibility

11  Addition of enhanced methodology to address the needs of children with Learning Disabilities  Expansion of our Adaptive Daily Living programs to promote greater independence for Students with Autism & Cognitive Disabilities  Expansion of the Re-Think Autism program: a modern tool to instruct, collect data, record progress and demonstrate growth or regression  Expanding our behavioral software application for use with students with varying needs district- wide

12  PROUD has provided parents, staff, and the community with innovative and informative presentations.  Collaborative relationship between PROUD and the Colts Neck Township Public School District has led to enhanced communication between parents and district

13 Technology

14  Continue to support all PARCC technology readiness mandates  Prepare for PARCC state assessments in  Replace obsolete equipment  Preparation for digital delivery of state mandated reporting  Teacher evaluation submission  Course roster submission  Completion of district open wi-fi access to support district BYOD goal  Increase broadband from 100MGS to 300MGS

15  Network Design  Managed print services  Technology End User Devices  Replace obsolete computers in all labs  Purchase additional Chromebooks  System Enhancements/Community  Genesis parent portal – support forms and letters  Grading posting e-alerts  Website upgrade  Digital Resources  Support instruction  Curriculum  Assessments  1:1 initiatives (pilots)

16 Conover Road Primary School

17 This proposed budget supports:  Continuation of full Day, tuition-free Kindergarten for all Colts Neck children.  Provides for reasonable class sizes in Pre-K to 2. (Class sizes < 20.)  Continuation of comprehensive Related Arts offering to extend learning and compliment multiple intelligences and learning styles.  Science Enrichment Lab, Math Enrichment Groups, Literacy Enrichment, Targeted Intervention Program, Tier 2 Interventions, Student Mentoring Program.  Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention Kits in TIP, Making Meaning Program (K-2).  A climate for learning through daily classroom meetings, monthly school wide meetings, and the Responsive Classroom model. This proposed budget supports:  Continuation of full Day, tuition-free Kindergarten for all Colts Neck children.  Provides for reasonable class sizes in Pre-K to 2. (Class sizes < 20.)  Continuation of comprehensive Related Arts offering to extend learning and compliment multiple intelligences and learning styles.  Science Enrichment Lab, Math Enrichment Groups, Literacy Enrichment, Targeted Intervention Program, Tier 2 Interventions, Student Mentoring Program.  Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention Kits in TIP, Making Meaning Program (K-2).  A climate for learning through daily classroom meetings, monthly school wide meetings, and the Responsive Classroom model.

18  Develop and administer common assessments, both formative and summative. Assessments will be reviewed by grade level teams and administrators as a means to drive best instructional practices.  Fully document all components of “Domain IV” of the Danielson Frameworks.  Continue to provide and expand upon differentiated instructional practices, with increased emphasis on expanding Enrichment Services for high achieving students.  Daily grade level team meetings before school as well as one weekly “Rotating Team Meeting” to discuss student performance data, lesson planning, field trips, and learning extensions.  Provide a secure, yet welcoming Primary School Environment.  Develop and administer common assessments, both formative and summative. Assessments will be reviewed by grade level teams and administrators as a means to drive best instructional practices.  Fully document all components of “Domain IV” of the Danielson Frameworks.  Continue to provide and expand upon differentiated instructional practices, with increased emphasis on expanding Enrichment Services for high achieving students.  Daily grade level team meetings before school as well as one weekly “Rotating Team Meeting” to discuss student performance data, lesson planning, field trips, and learning extensions.  Provide a secure, yet welcoming Primary School Environment.

19

20  Maintain Teaming approach in grades 3 and 5 with 6 sections and class sizes less than 20.  4 th grade reduced to 5 sections with approximately 20 students per class.  Maintain Science Lab and Enrichment Offerings  Continue to provide full complement of Related Arts Classes  Maintain Teaming approach in grades 3 and 5 with 6 sections and class sizes less than 20.  4 th grade reduced to 5 sections with approximately 20 students per class.  Maintain Science Lab and Enrichment Offerings  Continue to provide full complement of Related Arts Classes

21  Continue to offer Yearbook, Players Performing Group, Really Big Shoe, and Instrumental Music to students  Provide professional support to teaching staff related for Common Core Implementation, PARCC preparation, and other state and district initiatives  Further staff knowledge of character education tools and anti-bullying measures through staff presentations and professional development opportunities.

22 Cedar Drive Middle School

23  Maintain Teaming across all three grade levels  Utilize the ELO period to provide targeted instruction/support to meet the diverse needs of all students  Increased technology to enhance student learning  Enrichment and remediation opportunities (supplemental reading support, Brookdale Community College partnership, ALEKS)  Enhanced classroom libraries

24  Support to Continue All of the “Extend Your School Day” Opportunities  Academic Competitions  Advisories  Professional Learning Communities  Continue to promote a strong school community where all members feel valued, respected, and supported

25 Financials

26  Reduction of Staff by 2.7 positions  Incorporates increased salary contribution from staff towards health benefits.  Continues consolidation of bus routes, cluster stops and no subsidy of field trips.  Continues Activity Fees for extra-curricular activities  Reduction of Staff by 2.7 positions  Incorporates increased salary contribution from staff towards health benefits.  Continues consolidation of bus routes, cluster stops and no subsidy of field trips.  Continues Activity Fees for extra-curricular activities

27  Transportation Jointures  Joint purchasing of fuel  Energy Cooperatives (Nat’l Gas & Elect.)  Insurance Cooperatives  Professional Development Training  Use of facilities  Lawn & Field Maintenance  Snow removal  Donation and maintenance of vehicles  EIRC  Transportation Jointures  Joint purchasing of fuel  Energy Cooperatives (Nat’l Gas & Elect.)  Insurance Cooperatives  Professional Development Training  Use of facilities  Lawn & Field Maintenance  Snow removal  Donation and maintenance of vehicles  EIRC

28

29  $21,818,288 or 95.4% - Local Tax Levy (includes surplus/Impact Aid as part of the $840,400 brought forward.)  $997,628 or 4.6% in state aid  $5,000 - Miscellaneous Revenue  $21,818,288 or 95.4% - Local Tax Levy (includes surplus/Impact Aid as part of the $840,400 brought forward.)  $997,628 or 4.6% in state aid  $5,000 - Miscellaneous Revenue

30  Salaries comprise 64% of the budget  Benefits – 19%  Energy – 2%  Instructional Supplies – 2%  Out of District Tuition – 2%  Transportation – 4%  Maintenance – 4%  Discretionary Investment – 3%  Salaries comprise 64% of the budget  Benefits – 19%  Energy – 2%  Instructional Supplies – 2%  Out of District Tuition – 2%  Transportation – 4%  Maintenance – 4%  Discretionary Investment – 3%

31 Revenue Sources:  Taxes - $1,551,195 or 92%  State Aid - $132,755 or 8%  Balance brought forward - $715  Expense Totals - $1,684,665 Revenue Sources:  Taxes - $1,551,195 or 92%  State Aid - $132,755 or 8%  Balance brought forward - $715  Expense Totals - $1,684,665

32

33  The money needed to support the budget expenses in addition to governmental aid  The Tax Rate represents the levy that needs to be raised as a percentage of the total assessed valuation of the Township  Calculation – total levy to be raised/total assessed valuation multiplied by 100 to get the tax rate  If the total assessed valuation declines it automatically raises the tax rate even if the tax levy is stable  Township has lost $31,020,833 in assessed valuation over the last 2 years 2012 & 2013  The money needed to support the budget expenses in addition to governmental aid  The Tax Rate represents the levy that needs to be raised as a percentage of the total assessed valuation of the Township  Calculation – total levy to be raised/total assessed valuation multiplied by 100 to get the tax rate  If the total assessed valuation declines it automatically raises the tax rate even if the tax levy is stable  Township has lost $31,020,833 in assessed valuation over the last 2 years 2012 & 2013

34  Based on the Certified Assessed Valuation of $3,049,072,334  Total school tax levy with repayment of debt and adjustments is $21,270,536  Tax rate for is  Proposed tax rate for is  Banked Cap expiring in is $605,090.  Banked Cap available for is $845,641  The increase in tax is estimated at $91.39/yr on a house assessed at $800,000 or $7.26/month. With debt service the increase is estimated at $93.29/yr or $7.77/month.  Based on the Certified Assessed Valuation of $3,049,072,334  Total school tax levy with repayment of debt and adjustments is $21,270,536  Tax rate for is  Proposed tax rate for is  Banked Cap expiring in is $605,090.  Banked Cap available for is $845,641  The increase in tax is estimated at $91.39/yr on a house assessed at $800,000 or $7.26/month. With debt service the increase is estimated at $93.29/yr or $7.77/month.

35 Thank you for attending the District Budget Presentation Have a great evening! Thank you for attending the District Budget Presentation Have a great evening!


Download ppt "2014-2015 Budget Presentation May 7, 2014 2014-2015 Budget Presentation May 7, 2014."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google