Presentation on theme: "School District No. 50 (Haida Gwaii) DRAFT Budget 2010/2011."— Presentation transcript:
School District No. 50 (Haida Gwaii) DRAFT Budget 2010/2011
DRAFT BUDGET 2010/11 Agenda Enrollment District Profile Proposed Program Cuts Funding (Provincial & District) Balanced Budget for 2010/11
The District Financial Issues The District was faced with a substantial financial shortfall this budget year. $430,000 This shortfall is because of several factors which include declining enrollment, under funded salary increases, programs no longer funded (early childhood consultants) and rising operating costs.
Enrollment School District No. 50 Projected Enrollment 2010/11FTEAdultsTotal Regular Agnes L Mathers Elem -Secondary 37.000 Queen Charlotte Secondary 145.2504.750150.000 Port Clements Elementary 46.500 Sk'aadgaa Naay Elementary School 183.000 Tahayghen Elementary School 116.000 George Dawson Secondary School 109.0002.000111.000 Eschool 25.5007.25032.750 Total 662.25014.000676.250
Core Services What are doing now and where can we save, considering 87% of our budget is staffing, utilities and busing?
Special Education Assistants (SEA) Formula In order for the District to manage the use of Special Education Assistants and to allocate resource equitably the following formula was introduced. 3 hours of basic Teacher Assistance time per school. Convert the funding received from Level 1, 2 & 3 special needs to SEA hours
Suggested Savings Principal & Trustee meeting Close District Resource Center Reallocation of Administration In Port & ALM Reduction of Teachers (2) Reductions of Sea’s (3) Eliminate Early Childhood Reduce Supply Budgets Eliminate Secretary-Treasurer Administration teaching time Eliminate ½ time grounds position Total $33,251 $39,759 $184,858 $92,990 $80,163 $42,185 $53,100 $63,239 $27,606 $619,151
Other suggestions from trustees and administration Phase out the Resource Center Over 2 years Reduce Travel Costs for Staff &Trustees by 15% Cut Leadership, Provincial Sports Travel and Outdoor Education by 1/2 $19,000 $21,000 $33,250
Provincial Funding Provincial budget for Education is $4.663 billion. An increase of $112 million over this year. $54 million to fully fund teachers wage settlement. $58 million to implement full-day kindergarten. The funding is for the 544,223 students expected next year an increase of 2,306 however 7,440 are expected for full-day kindergarten. School Districts facing significant enrollment decline will receive $13 million in supplemental funding.
Ministry Funding for School District No. 50 Student Based Allocation Enrollment Decline Unique Student Needs Salary Differential Unique Geographic Factor Transportation Salary Increases Funding Protection Total $4,320,468 $107,203 $1,345,291 $151,871 $3,491,823 $299,502 $0 $73,554 $9,789,712
Total District Funding Provincial Funding Ministry of Education LEA - Old Masset LEA – Skidegate French Funds Strong Start Community Links Ready Set Learn Pay Equity Literacy 2010 Other Rentals & Leases Interest Total $6,371,667 $1,384,803 $2,033,242 $44,141 $90,000 $105,238 $9,800 $130,557 $30,000 $33,500 $120,000 $9,776 $10,362,724
Actual Cuts Reallocation of Administration In Port & ALM Reduction of Teachers (2) Reductions of Sea’s (3) Eliminate ½ time grounds position Phase out the Resource Center Over 2 years Reduce Travel Costs for Staff &Trustees by 15% Cut Leadership, Provincial Sports Travel and Outdoor Education by ½ Vehicle Lease Costs Administration Total $39,759 $184,858 $92,990 $27,606 $19,000 $21,000 $33,250 $5,000 $6,000 $429,463
Included in the Budget 46.814 FTE Teachers 45.061 FTE Support Staff 4.0 FTE Excluded Staff 8.857 FTE Principals & Vice Principals Teacher salary increase of $70,000 Teacher increments of $62,000 Benefits at the rate of 20% of Salary Re-instatement of school supply budgets to 2008/09 levels.
Expenses Instruction Administration Maintenance and Operations Transportation Total Expenditures $7,662,610 $647,997 $1,554,813 $497,304 $10,362,724
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