Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Massena Central School District 2012-2013 Budget 5/10/20151.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Massena Central School District 2012-2013 Budget 5/10/20151."— Presentation transcript:

1 Massena Central School District Budget 5/10/20151

2 2 Revenues=Expenses State AidSalaries Property TaxesBenefits Reserves/SavingsSupplies Utilities Transportation Maintenance & Repairs Building projects

3  Frozen state aid coupled w/ Gap Elimination Adjustments  Shrinking tax roles  Tax levy cap  Long range planning  Managing our fund balance  Sustainability 5/10/20153

4  Frozen foundation aid (not tied to expenses ) ◦ Gap Elimination Adjustment ◦ Possibility of $200 million to be shared ◦ Highly dependent on state aid (54 percent of budget)  Tax levy cap ◦ Budgets that meet the cap need a majority to pass. ◦ Budgets greater than cap need 60+% to pass. ◦ Not a tax cap ◦ Not 2 percent 5/10/20154

5  Declining tax rolls Fewer properties to share tax burden  Taxpayer fatigue Resident cannot/will not accept substantial tax increases  Revenue trends As state aid falls, the district is forced to rely on using fund balances and local taxes 5/10/20155

6  Salaries  Benefits ◦ Health insurance, pension costs (state required)  State mandates ◦ Special education ◦ Reporting ◦ Teacher and principal evaluation process (APPR) ◦ New standardized curriculum (Common Core) 5/10/20156

7  Transportation ◦ Fuel costs ($5-6 gasoline) ◦ Buses 5/10/20157

8 8 Making careful use of “savings” to balance today’s needs with our future fiscal survival  Reallocate $8.7 million in uncommitted employee benefits reserve fund  Use unappropriated fund balance to minimize tax impact and to protect programs

9 YearAmount $1,778, $2,597, $4,002, $4,851, $5,612, $5,081,114 5/10/20159 *Fund balance reaches $0 mid-year

10  45 positions cut Position cuts resulted in eliminating electives with minimal enrollment, increased class sizes and district personnel shared between schools. 5/10/ Current Educational Programs  Pre-Kindergarten  Junior Kindergarten  Alternative Education  International Baccalaureate  Tech Prep  Credit Recovery, 3-5  Educational Support Center  Band, Orchestra & Chorus  Special Education Program

11 5/10/ Looking for savings:

12 Expenditures: Personnel Cost$820,000 BOCES370,000 Transportation550,000 Contractual & Other-190,000 Sub Total$1,550,000 Revenues: Property Tax Revenue*$380,000 State Aid1,560,000 Miscellaneous-390,000 Sub Total$1,550,000 * Allowable tax levy limit 2.9 percent 5/10/ At a glance: What’s changing?

13 5/10/ ,649 2,843 2,945

14 Expenditures GENERAL SUPPORT Final Budget Amended Budget st Edition Budget Change $ Change % Board of Education 40,17043,77842,709(1,069)-2.4% Central Administration 144,425143,725152,1658,4405.9% Finance 383,931379,116357,557(21,559)-5.7% Legal 102,310136,510111,725(24,785)-18.2% District Services 2,826,7662,797,8262,726,610(71,216)-2.5% Special Items 1,072,8111,082,8111,102,80919,9981.8% Total General Support 4,570,4134,583,7664,493,574(90,192)-2.0% INSTRUCTION Instructional Administration 1,008,1121,042,7061,085,06042,3544.1% Teaching - Regular 10,613,6719,902,09810,850,920948,8239.6% Teaching - Special 5,355,4745,890,7946,437,943547,1499.3% Special Schools ( Summer) 152, ,385(19,215)-12.6% Instructional Support 1,074,6611,094,7551,376,023281, % Pupil Services 1,119,3231,204,3401,322,547118,2079.8% Total Instruction 19,323,84119,287,29321,205,8791,918,5869.9% TRANSPORTATION District Transportation 1,656,7281,651,6452,187,240535, % Transportation Office 119, ,430(300)-0.3% Total Transportation 1,776,4581,771,3752,306,670535, % UNDISTRIBUTED Employee Benefits 14,267,619 13,555,724(711,895)-5.0% Debt Service 4,470,3414,550,3414,472,096(78,245)-1.7% Grand Total Appropriations 44,448,67244,500,39446,048,9431,548,5493.5% Total Undistributed 18,777,96018,857,96018,042,820(815,140)-4.3% 5/10/

15 5/10/ Trends:  More shared services through BOCES

16 5/10/ Note: Approximately 69% of the school budget is dedicated to salaries and fringe

17 5/10/ Teachers Teacher Aides % 10% Bus Drivers32.08% Custodial26.06% Food Service29.07% Admin.19.85% Clerical17.04% Monitors13.03% Teacher Asst.11.03% Nurse6.01% Mechanics6.01% Total %

18 5/10/201518

19 5/10/ Important Dates: April 16, Board of Education Meeting – HS 6:30pm Board Approves Spending Plan May 3, Board of Education Meeting – HS 6:30pm Public Hearing – Spending Plan May 15, School Budget Vote Budget Summary: Budget Change $1,548,549 Budget Increase 3.5% 2.9% Tax Levy Increase

20 Proposition # 1: Vote Yes or No Proposed Budget SHALL the Board of Education of Massena Central School District be authorized to expend the sum of $46,048,943 as General Fund appropriations for the school year & levy the necessary tax therefore? Proposition # 2: Vote Yes or No Bus Purchase SHALL the Board of Education of Massena Central School be authorized to purchase no more than (4) four 65 passenger conventional buses & (1) one wheelchair bus & to expend the sum not to exceed $501,914; which sum shall be raised by the issuance of serial bonds, notes and renewal notes to raise such money and, in anticipation of the issuance thereof and/or statutory installment bonds, notes & renewal notes, to authorize the issuance of obligations of said School District & levy the necessary tax therefore? Proposition # 3: School Board Candidates Vote for any 2 (2) 5-year term 5/10/201520

21 5/10/ Vote Tuesday, May 15, noon – 8:00pm


Download ppt "Massena Central School District 2012-2013 Budget 5/10/20151."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google