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2012-2013 Preliminary Budget Reductions February 14, 2012 Board of Education Meeting All of the information in this Power Point is based on where we stand.

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1 Preliminary Budget Reductions February 14, 2012 Board of Education Meeting All of the information in this Power Point is based on where we stand as of February 14 th. The information is subject to change based on several financial factors that we do not have as of February 14 th. An example would be that we have not received our state aid figures; therefore, the presentation is based on the assumption that the district will receive flat funding.

2 Budget Deficit Reasons for Deficit Less Tuition Revenue Less Tuition Revenue Less Money Available in Surplus Less Money Available in Surplus

3 The following slides contain information regarding proposed budget reductions due to the 1.1 million dollar deficit.

4 Administrative Position Supervisor of Guidance Position $104,437 Supervisor of Guidance Position $104,437 This cut results in a guidance counselor being bumped due to the administrative cut. New administrative realignment, administrative retirement, and administrative transfers $33,336 New administrative realignment, administrative retirement, and administrative transfers $33,336 Total $137,773

5 High School Reduction of the Budget by an additional $34,000 Reduction of the Budget by an additional $34,000

6 High School Business Department/ Co-op Program Reduction of $5,000 Reduction of $5,000

7 S-Test Elimination of the 2 nd and 10 th Grade Elimination of the 2 nd and 10 th Grade S-Test $3,600 S-Test $3,600

8 Elementary Spanish Teacher $47,648 Elementary Spanish Teacher $47,648 Jr./Sr. High School Art Teacher $71,290 Jr./Sr. High School Art Teacher $71,290 Jr./Sr. High School Spanish Teacher $76,599 Jr./Sr. High School Spanish Teacher $76,599 Elementary Math Specialist $70,491 Elementary Math Specialist $70,491 Jr./Sr. High School English Teacher $59,334 Jr./Sr. High School English Teacher $59,334 Jr./Sr. High School Math Teacher $74,690 Jr./Sr. High School Math Teacher $74,690 Elementary Instrumental Music Teacher $63,454 Elementary Instrumental Music Teacher $63,454 Jr./Sr. High School Science Teacher $63,122 Jr./Sr. High School Science Teacher $63,122 Jr./Sr. High School History Teacher $75,996 Jr./Sr. High School History Teacher $75,996 *The amount listed for each item includes the salary and benefits combined.

9 Jr./Sr. High School Home Economics and Child Development Part-time Teacher and Program $40,480 Jr./Sr. High School Home Economics and Child Development Part-time Teacher and Program $40,480 District Librarian Full-time to Part-time $43,707 District Librarian Full-time to Part-time $43,707 Custodial/Maintenance Positions Totaling $55,500 Custodial/Maintenance Positions Totaling $55,500 Secretarial Positions Totaling $60,630 Secretarial Positions Totaling $60,630 One Nurse Full-time to Part-time $53,675 One Nurse Full-time to Part-time $53,675 Elementary Part-Time Special Education Teacher $22,440 Elementary Part-Time Special Education Teacher $22,440 Jr./Sr. High School Part-time Physical Education Teacher $25,500 Jr./Sr. High School Part-time Physical Education Teacher $25,500 *The amount listed for each item includes the salary and benefits combined.

10 Sports and Clubs Vinyl Record Club $928 Vinyl Record Club $928 Art Club $928 Art Club $928 Varsity Club $1,856 Varsity Club $1,856 MSU $2,040 MSU $2,040 Scribe $2,841 Scribe $2,841 Knowledge Bowl $2,479 Knowledge Bowl $2,479 Odyssey of the Mind (Junior/Senior HS) $4,443 Odyssey of the Mind (Junior/Senior HS) $4,443 Play (Budget Reduction) $1,600 Play (Budget Reduction) $1,600 Junior High Band Stipend (Class Will Remain) $2,907 Junior High Band Stipend (Class Will Remain) $2,907 Jr./Sr. High Choir Stipend (Class Will Remain) $3,692 Jr./Sr. High Choir Stipend (Class Will Remain) $3,692 Swimming Budget Reduction $5,000 Swimming Budget Reduction $5,000 Winter Cheerleading (Fall Will Remain) $3,080 Winter Cheerleading (Fall Will Remain) $3,080

11 Sports and Clubs Continued Football Equipment Manager/Coach $4,106 Football Equipment Manager/Coach $4,106 Assistant Girls’ Tennis Coach $3,356 Assistant Girls’ Tennis Coach $3,356 Indoor Band Stipend $1,930 Indoor Band Stipend $1,930 Band Budget Reduction $4,400 Band Budget Reduction $4,400 Junior High Sports: Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ Soccer, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Field Hockey, Cross Country, Wrestling, and Track $58,054 Junior High Sports: Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ Soccer, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Field Hockey, Cross Country, Wrestling, and Track $58,054 Freshman Sports: Football, Field Hockey, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Baseball, and Softball $35,180 Freshman Sports: Football, Field Hockey, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Baseball, and Softball $35,180 Elementary Instrumental Band Stipend $3,239 Elementary Instrumental Band Stipend $3,239 Elementary Choir Stipend $2,876 Elementary Choir Stipend $2,876 Elementary Safety Patrol (all three schools) $4,804 Elementary Safety Patrol (all three schools) $4,804

12 April - Question 2 1. Elementary Instrumental Music Teacher 2. District Librarian (Remaining Full-time instead of Part- time; Please note this is the only librarian position in the district.) 3. Winter Cheerleading 4. Junior High Sports: Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ Soccer, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Field Hockey, Cross Country, Wrestling, and Track 5. Varsity Club *Please note all Question 2 items must be approved by the County Office prior to the election. The items that are put on a Question 2 ballot cannot be a part of the Common Core State Standards in any way. Therefore, positions such as: a math teacher, english teacher, science teacher, social studies teacher, or an elementary core content teacher cannot be placed on a Question 2 ballot. There are very strict guidelines as to what can go on a Question 2 ballot.

13 April Question 2 Continued 6. Knowledge Bowl 7. Odyssey of the Mind Jr./Sr. High School Only 8. Freshman Sports: Football, Field Hockey, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Baseball, and Softball 9. Elementary Instrumental Band Stipend 10. Elementary Choir Stipend 11. Technology Computer Labs -Replacing computers in a computer lab at each elementary school (Glenview, Atlantic Avenue, and Seventh Avenue Schools) -Replacing computers in two computer labs at the Jr./Sr. High School Question 2 Total: $314,968

14 At a 2% cap for a house assessed at $287,887, the tax increase for the homeowner is $ At a 2% cap for a house assessed at $287,887, the tax increase for the homeowner is $70.32.

15 Question 2 Information For a house assessed at $287,887, the approximate tax increase for Question 2 is $ For a house assessed at $287,887, the approximate tax increase for Question 2 is $


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