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2011-12 Tentative Final Budget April 27, 2011. Combining Fiscal and Educational Programming Fiscal Resources + Research Based Educational Programs + Highly.

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1 Tentative Final Budget April 27, 2011

2 Combining Fiscal and Educational Programming Fiscal Resources + Research Based Educational Programs + Highly Qualified Staff + Creative Uses of Resources = Student Achievement

3 Challenges The anticipated reduction in Federal & State funding will have a greater impact on the Upper Darby School District than on most other area districts. There has been a direct relationship between amount Federal/State funding and the growth in Upper Darby student achievement. Past funding has allowed us to provide equity in programming and resources across the District.

4 Tentative Final Budget April 27, 2011

5 Preliminary Expenditure Summary 2/1/11 FunctionDescription Current Budget Preliminary Budget % Change % Total Budget 1000Instruction$104,361,767$104,897,151.5%64.41% 2000Support Services45,075,520 45,075,2180%27.68% 3000Non-instructional Services4,866,234 4,926,533.3%3.02% 5000Other Expenditures 7,282,703 7,965,5129.4%4.89% TOTAL BUDGET$161,586,224$162,864,414.8%100.00%

6 Preliminary Revenue & Expenditure Summary 2/1/11 REVENUES EXPENDITURES Description Preliminary Budget Local Revenue$ 94,359,370 State Revenue49,915,657 Federal Revenue8,173,260 Other Revenue 1,045,000 TOTAL REVENUE$ 153,493,287 Description Preliminary Budget Instruction$ 104,897,151 Support Services45,075,218 Non- instructional Services 4,926,533 Other Expenditures 7,965,512 TOTAL EXPENDITURES$ 162,864,414 SHORTFALL = $9,371,127

7 Tentative Revenue & Expenditure Summary REVENUES EXPENDITURES Description Tentative Final Budget Local Revenue$ 94,359,370 State Revenue47,876,573 Federal Revenue6,173,260 Other Revenue 1,045,000 TOTAL REVENUE$ 149,454,203 Description Preliminary Budget Instruction$ 104,897,151 Support Services45,075,218 Non- instructional Services 4,926,533 Other Expenditures 7,965,512 TOTAL EXPENDITURES$ 162,864,414 REVISED SHORTFALL $13,410,211

8 Preliminary Revenue Budget April 27, 2011

9 Local Revenues

10 State Revenues

11 Federal & Other Revenues

12 Tentative Budget Summary Budget Shortfall $13,410,211 Tentative Committed Fund Balance -4,000,000 Title I Carryover -1,000,000 School Improvement Grant -112,360 Budget Revision Savings -1,395,000 Proposed Budget Reductions -4,644,852 Remaining Net Shortfall $2,257,999

13 Preliminary Budget Revision Savings Medical budget revision$ 920,000 Transportation salaries$ 75,000 Retirement incentive estimate$ 400,000 Net Savings$1,395,000

14 Non-Personnel Services Maintenance Contracted Services$ 45,000 Reduction of Lease to Purchase by $250,000$ 53,000 Reduction in field trip allocation$ 15,000 Reduction of special education teacher supply allocation$140,000 Reduction of library materials budget$ 35,000 Reduction of professional & Board travel budget$ 50,000 Net Total$338,000

15 Administrative Position Reduction 1 position reduction (Director of Recreation) due to retirement $100,000 Suspend UDASA Performance Bonus Program $10,000

16 Non-Instructional Personnel Rescheduling of security staff $80,000 Summer help reductions$40,000 – Clerical – Maintenance – Technology

17 Instructional—Personnel Pupil Services Reduction of 1 Social Worker$70,000 Elimination of Career Counselor$70,000 Elimination of Counselor at OC$70,000

18 Instructional—Personnel Elementary – Elimination of tutoring programs (EAP) $ 634,852 – Reduction of 5 Math Specialists$ 350,000

19 Proposal for Literacy Program Eliminate 21 District-wide Coaches $1,470,000 Eliminate 15 elementary Reading Specialists $1,050,000 Reassign 4 secondary coaches as RTII/Reading/Math Specialists -$ 280,000 Reassign 1 secondary CFF Coach as Technology Specialist -$ 70,000 Reassign 11 former coaches as elementary -$ 770,000 RTII/Reading Specialists Net Savings $1,400,000

20 Instructional—Personnel Secondary Reduction of following: – 4 Grad Project Teachers (HS)$280,000 (2 Reading, 1 Business Ed., 1 PE) – 1 Art teacher (HS)$ 70,000 – 1 Business Ed. Teacher (HS)$ 70,000 – 8 Physical Education Teachers (HS)$560,000 (elimination of 11 th & 12 th grade PE) – 1 Tech. Ed. Teacher (HS)$ 70,000 – 2 Family Consumer Sci. Teachers (HS)$140,000 – 5 Reading Specialists at UDHS(LTS)$350,000 – 3 Reading Spec (LTS) (1 BH, 2 DH)$210,000 continued

21 Instructional—Personnel Secondary – Reduction of 1 Lead Teacher (DHMS)$ 70,000 – Reduction of 2 Secondary Librarians$140,000 – Elimination of 1 SLC Facilitator-UDHS$ 70,000 – Elimination of 1 Supervisor of Instructional $120,000 Technology (District-wide) – Elimination of 4 MS Family & Consumer$280,000 Science teachers through program elimination

22 Instructional Support Personnel Reduction of contracted services through the reassignment of 16 special education assistants and 5 ELL assistants as Personal Care Assistants. $504,000

23 Budget Reduction Summary Non-personnel services/materials/travel $ 338,000 Personnel reductions/attrition $ 5,758,852 Budget Adjustment for Unemployment $1,452,000 Total Savings $ 4,644,852

24 Tentative Final Budget by Function

25 Tentative Final Budget by Object

26 Tentative Budget Summary Budget Shortfall $13,410,211 Tentative Committed Fund Balance -4,000,000 Title I Carryover -1,000,000 School Improvement Grant -112,360 Budget Revision Savings -1,395,000 Proposed Budget Reductions -4,644,852 Balance Covered by 2.7% Tax Increase $2,257,999

27 Tentative Final Property Tax Summary Taxable Market Value Estimated Collection Rate Total Collectable Market Value (TCMV) Collectable Assessment per mill (TCMV/1000) $ 2,922,839,975X93.4%=$ 2,729,932,537$ 2,729,933 Preliminary Budget Shortfall Collectible Assessment per mill Millage Required $ 2,257,999 / $ 2,729,933 =.83 Millage Required MillageTentative Final Millage Proposed Tentative Increase = %

28 Tentative Final Expenditure & Revenue Summary REVENUES EXPENDITURES Description Tentative Final Budget Local Revenue$ 96,617,369 State Revenue47,530,838 Federal Revenue7,336,243 Other Revenue 795, ,279,450 Fund Balance 4,000,000 TOTAL REVENUE$ 156,279,450 Description Tentative Final Budget Instruction$ 100,947,492 Support Services42,636,200 Non-instructional Services4,783,246 Other Expenditures 7,912,512 TOTAL EXPENDITURES$ 156,279,450

29 Upper Darby School District April 27, 2011


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