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1 March 24, :00 PM Board of Education Meeting

2 Bright Spots Student & Staff Recognition ●Wellin Museum ○Amber Spadea: Educator for School and Community Programs at the Wellin Museum ●Marlene Hawkins & Clinton Music Faculty ○Junior High All County Music Festival

3 2015 – 2016 Budget General Education Technology - Revisited March 24, 2015

4 Review Last Meeting ▪Pupil Services ▪BOCES ▪Tax Cap Tonight ▪Enrollment ▪General Education ▪Technology Revisited ▪Dual Models: Recommended and Basic Program

5 Enrollment Major Shifts ●5th to 6th grade ●8th to 9th grade Elementary K - 5 Middle School High School 9 – 12 District K

6 General Education Recommended Program

7 Elementary School TEACHING ACTUAL PROJECTEDANALYSIS F.T.E.ENROLL. PER TCHRF.T.E. ENRO LL. PER TCHR plus one teacher minus one teacher Kindergarten Grade 1 - Regular Grade 2 - Regular Grade 3 - Regular Grade 4 - Regular Grade 5 - Regular K = … 1-3 = … 4-6 = 24-27

8 Elementary School TEACHING PROJECTEDANALYSIS F.T.E.ENRO LL. PER TCHR plus one teacher minus one teacher Kindergarten Grade 1 - Regular Grade 2 - Regular Grade 3 - Regular Grade 4 - Regular Grade 5 - Regular K = … 1-3 = … 4-6 = 24-27

9 Elementary School Summary ItemRationale 1.0 Elementary – Math AIS Teacher ●Currently have two Teaching Assistants, but no certified teacher providing AIS. ●Leadership for current Teaching Assistants, K-2, Reading/ELA AIS Teaching Asst ●Currently have one Reading AIS teacher gr 3-5 ●TA will assist teacher ●Matches primary K-2 model 1.0 Elementary Teacher - Grade 5 ●Class size reduction from 26 to 21 Proactive Academic Intervention Kindergarten Assistants (5)RtI - Enrichment Behavioral SpecialistMore precise intervention After School EnrichmentS.T.E.A.M.

10 Middle School TEACHING ACTUAL PROJECTEDANALYSIS F.T.E. SectionsENROLL PER TCHRF.T.E.ENROLL PER TCHR plus one teacher minus one teacher Grade Grade 7 (sections) Grade 8 (sections)

11 Middle School TEACHING PROJECTEDANALYSIS F.T.E. SectionsENROLL PER TCHR plus one teacher minus one teacher Grade 6 (Teachers) Grade 7 (Sections) Grade 8 (Sections)

12 Middle School Grades 7 & FTE FTE Difference English2.0 = Math2.0 = SS1.8 = Science2.0 = LOTE Tech Art Health PE1.5 = Music1.0 = SPED & RTI

13 Middle School Summary ItemRationale 6 th Grade Teacher ●Class cohort size increased. ●Will allow for appropriate class numbers 0.6 Special Education/Reading Provide tiered intervention services to students in need. 0.2 Math and ELA 8th grade provide AIS

14 High School FTE FTE Difference English Math SS Science5.0 - LOTE Bus0.5 - Tech Art1.5 - Health0.5 - PE2.0 - Music1.0 - SPED & RTI

15 High School Summary ItemRationale 0.2 English9th grade cohort size increase 0.2 SS9th grade cohort size increase 0.8 Math ●0.2 for Geometry CC Labs ●0.2 Statistics and Intermediate Algebra ●0.2 Algebra CC ●0.2 Pre-Calculus R 0.4 Special Education/RtI Conversion of Tutoring Center to Learning Center with more prescriptive RtI services and case management

16 Technology Revisited ItemRationale 0.4 Computer OperatorCurrently we have 0.6 for 3 days per week. An addition of 0.4 would provide such coverage for each day of the week. Computer Replacement$30,000 Lease of purchase of $160,000 of computer hardware

17 K-12 SummaryCost 1.0 Elementary – Math AIS Teacher78, Reading – ELA AIS Teaching Assistant54, Elementary - Grade 578,000 Enrichment Stipend - STEAM2,400 Behavioral Specalist K-878,000 Kindergarten Teaching Assistants (5)270,000 6 th Grade Teacher78, Special Education/Reading - MS/HS78, HS English25, HS SS13, HS Math66,000 Computer Lease30,000 Computer Operator23,000 Total874,000

18 Recommended Program Total Budget Summary Recommended BUDGET BUDGET $ AMOUNT INC/DEC % INC/DEC General Support $2,643,800 $2,689,282 $45, % Instruction $11,502,012 $12,680,249 $1,178, % Transportation $ 808,453 $833,588 $25, % Benefits $7,190,733 $7,551,880 $361, % Debt Service $2,617,887 $3,151,919 $534, % Interfund Transfers $123,172$37,000 $(86,172) % $24,886,057 $26,943,918 $2,057, %

19 2015 – 2016 Budget Summary Recommended Program March 24 Estimated Revenue (without State Aid) $24,613,929 Estimated Expenses $26,943,918 Revenue Gap$2,329,989

20 Revenue Gap Analysis Total Gap = $2,329,989 Source March 24 State Aid and GEA 1,050,000 Tax Levy 504,566 Fund Balance 515,000 Total 2,069,566 Remaining = -$260,423

21 Revenue Gap Analysis Total Gap = $2,329,989 Source March 24 State/Fed Aid and GEA 500,000 Tax Levy 504,566 Fund Balance 515,000 Total 1,519,566 Remaining = -$810,423

22 General Education Basic Program

23 Basic Program Assumptions ● Gap Elimination Continues ● Minimal State Aid Increase

24 Status Quo Program Implications ● Only necessary staffing additions to maintain current class size and program ● No Geometry CC Labs ● No Learning Center Model for AIS ●No Math AIS Teacher

25 K-12 SummaryCost Enrichment Stipend - STEAM2,400 6 th Grade Teacher78, Special Education/Reading - MS/HS78, HS English25, HS SS13, HS Math50,000 Computer Lease30,000 Total277,000

26 Basic Program Total Budget Summary Recommended BUDGET BUDGET $ AMOUNT INC/DEC % INC/DEC General Support $2,643,800 $2,689,282 $45, % Instruction $11,502,012 $12,317,249 $815, % Transportation $ 808,453 $833,588 $25, % Benefits $7,190,733 $7,323,286 $132, % Debt Service $2,617,887 $3,151,919 $534, % Interfund Transfers $123,172$37,000 $(86,172) % $24,886,057 $26,352,324 $1,466, %

27 2015 – 2016 Budget Summary Basic Program March 24 Estimated Revenue (without State Aid) $24,613,929 Estimated Expenses $26,352,324 Revenue Gap$1,738,395

28 Revenue Gap Analysis Total Gap = $1,738,395 Source March 24 State Aid and GEA 1,050,000 Tax Levy 504,566 Fund Balance 515,000 Total 2,069,566 Remaining = 331,171

29 Revenue Gap Analysis Total Gap = $1,738,395 Source March 24 State/Fed Aid and GEA 500,000 Tax Levy 504,566 Fund Balance 515,000 Total 1,519,566 Remaining = -$218,829

30 Summary RecommendedIncrease Remaining Gap Ideal Aid Remaining Gap Best Guess Aid Recommended Program $874,000-$260,423-$810,423 Basic Program $ 277,000331,171-$218,829

31 Basic Program: K-12 SummaryCost Enrichment Stipend - STEAM2,400 6 th Grade Teacher78, Special Education/Reading - MS/HS78, HS English25, HS SS13, HS Math50,000 Computer Lease30,000 Total277,000

32 Recommended: K-12 SummaryCost 1.0 Elementary – Math AIS Teacher78, Reading – ELA AIS Teaching Assistant54, Elementary - Grade 578,000 Enrichment Stipend - STEAM2,400 Behavioral Specalist K-878,000 Kindergarten Teaching Assistants (5)270,000 6 th Grade Teacher78, Special Education/Reading - MS/HS78, HS English25, HS SS13, HS Math66,000 Computer Lease30,000 Computer Operator23,000 Total874,000

33 Program Proposals ➔ Goals: What goals will be supported through the actions in this proposal? ➔ Background Information: What historical information regarding this area will help in understand the current need? ➔ Present Situation: What is the current situation that presents this need? How many students and staff are impacted? ➔ Objectives: What specifics do you want to achieve? ➔ Proposal Description: How will you accomplish changes? What exactly will be done? Where when, how and by whom will it be done? What is the time­frame? ➔ Resources: Summarize resources needed including personnel, time, and money. From what source with these funds come? ➔ Advantages: ➔ Disadvantages: ➔ Action Needed:

34 Next Steps ●Before April 1: receive state aid numbers from Albany ●April ●prepare precise financial analysis of the two models ●meet with leadership team, faculty and staff to analyze and discuss program needs ●April 14: budget workshop to discuss budget and revenue plans ●April 21: full budget presentation recap and revenue plan ●April 21: Board adopts final budget amount

35 Administrator Reports ● Elementary School ● Middle School ● High School

36 Superintendent’s Report ● Give Back Snow Days ● Proposed Calendar ●Half-Day Conference Days ●October 2, October 30, February 12


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