Presentation on theme: "2011-12 Final Budget Review As Presented to the Board of School Directors on June 23, 2011."— Presentation transcript:
2011-12 Final Budget Review As Presented to the Board of School Directors on June 23, 2011
Overview of the Budget Process January, 2011 – Presentation of Initial Budget Projections – PDE Form 2028 – Board Resolution to stay within the 1.4% Act 1 Index – $11,000,000 deficit March, 2011 – Governor’s Budget Proposal – $3,700,000 in state cuts – $14,200,000 deficit
April 13, 2011 – Community Budget Forum releases all of the details of the Preliminary Budget. April 28, 2011 – Board Adopts the Preliminary Budget May – June, 2011 – Staffing changes implemented and proposed changes in state revenues studied.
Current Proposals for State Revenue 2010-20112011-2012 March 2011May 2011 Budget Governor's Budget Proposal and Current Budget Under Consideration House Republican ProposalFinal Budget Funds Not Utilized To Fund Budget Basic Education Subsidy$ 14,415,466 $ 12,698,851 $ 13,625,016 $12,928,710 $ 696,306 Accountability Grant 425,000 -156,159 Charter School Reimbursement 75,000--- Reimbursement of Social Security 4,030,183 2,544,1014,032,846 4,056,762- Total Impact $ 18,945,649 $ 15,242,952 $ 17,814,021 $ 16,985,472 $ 852,465
Final Budget Overview $9,100,000 - Expenditure Reductions. $1,100,000 of salary changes offered by CREA/CRAA. $1, 700,000 (Pending State Approval on June 30, 2011) of increased state revenue based on the restoration of the full state share of reimbursement for Social Security payments. $4,000,000 Application of fund balance. This includes $1,000,000 of the Revenue Stabilization Fund set aside from proceeds of the Melsky sale.
Financing the Budget Revenues$194,563,108 Expenditures$198,563,108 Use of Fund Balance$ 4,000,000 Current Millage Rate110.68 New Millage Rate110.68 Tax Increase0.00
2011-12 Final Budget BUDGET DETAIL This presentation outlines the majority of reductions made to reach the $9,100,000 in expenditure reductions. Details provide examples or lists of these reductions.
EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS GENERAL CATEGORIES Supply Categories These cuts range from books to software and occupy the 600 portions of our budget. -$270,000 Not cut – supply and book lines in individual building allocations Details Software – Teen Biz Text Books – Business and World Language texts deferred to next year
EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS GENERAL CATEGORIES Technology Reductions -$183,900 Continuing payment for software licenses for students and staff, repairs of technology, and the technology lease. Details Reductions through volume discounts in the Microsoft License ($55,000) Reductions in other software licenses ($63,000) Reductions in repair accounts ($34,600) Reductions in Library databases ($31,300)
EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS GENERAL CATEGORIES Professional Development Includes dues and fees for registrations, travel, summer workshop expenses and reductions in substitutes for school year workshops. -$150,000 There still remains some money in the budget for Induction programs ( required by school code) and professional development that corresponds to the terms of the CR Supervision and Evaluation Plan. Details Summer Compensation – Coordinators- for Curriculum Development ($20,000) Summer Compensation – Teachers – for Curriculum Development ($34,000) Reduce budget allocation for professional development release days ($65,000) Reduce Printing ($5,000)
EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS GENERAL CATEGORIES Facility and Maintenance Budget The cuts range from savings in procurement to reductions in supplies and services -$1,000,000 There remains funding in this budget line for routine maintenance, staffing, and energy costs. Details Reduce budgeted expense for Energy Manager ($70,000) Elimination of certain Contracted Services ($60,000) Reductions based on procurement ($853,000) Reductions in overtime ($20,000)
EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS GENERAL CATEGORIES Extra - Curricular Activities Reductions in both the scope of program and the costs of running our extra -curricular program. -$350,000 Not Cut : The extra-curricular programs remains intact – sports, music, art, clubs. Details Reorganization of 9 th grade sports ($105,000) Freeze EDRPP Salaries ($61,000) Eliminate 5:00 busses ($120,000) Athletic Fund Reductions ($61,000 represents 10% of all budget lines but Salary)
Staffing Reductions Professional Staff Elementary teachers – 9 Elementary Specialists ( Including Reading Recovery) - 4.45 Secondary teachers – 18.50 Gifted Support – 3.7 Special Education – 6 IU Contracted Social Worker - 1
EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS Support Positions Support Staff Positions Reductions in Support Staff Positions and substitute funding DETAIL/Current 3.8 FTE Technology Aids 1.0 Shipper/Receiver HS 10 Teacher Assistants Detail/Not Filled.5 Cafeteria Monitor 1.0 Clerical Support 1.0 Business Offc Clerical Support 1.0 Maintenance Support
EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS Administration Administrative Support Reduction of 4 positions Details Elimination (.5/.5) Deans of Students Elimination of Supervisor of IT Elimination of Purchasing Manager Reduction of 1 Middle School Administrator.
2011-12 Final Budget $9,100,000 expense reductions $4,000,000 in fund balance $1,100,000 salary concessions 1,700,000* increased state revenue 0% Tax Increase Adopted by the Council Rock Board of School Directors on 6/23/11