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Fulton County Schools FY10 Budget April 14, 2009 Board Work Session.

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1 Fulton County Schools FY10 Budget April 14, 2009 Board Work Session

2 Summary of FY10 Budget Process Superintendent and central staff met with principals to review proposed budget cuts Principals worked with superintendent at administrative staff meetings to prioritize potential budget cuts Superintendent met with Teacher Advisory Council, Superintendents Community Council, Superintendents Parent Council, to share process and gather input Board adopted class size changes for FY10 planning purposes Superintendent communicated initial budget changes in communications to all staff

3 Budget Calendar Updates March 19, :30 – Dunwoody Springs Red Book Presentation April 14, :30 – Admin. Center Blue Book (General Fund) Presentation April 23, :30- Dunwoody Springs Q&A Blue Book Public Hearing #1 on Budget : 4:30 p.m. Salary Hearing #1:6:00 p.m.

4 Budget Calendar Updates May 12, :00 p.m. Admin. Center Work session on Budget ( if needed) 4:30 p.m. : Salary Hearing #2 6:00 p.m. : Public Budge Hearing #2 May 21, 2009: ( Dunwoody Springs) Work session on Budget if needed FY2010 Tentative Budget and Tentative Millage Rate Adoption June 9, 2009 (Administrative Center) –Final Budget Adoption

5 Budget Calendar Updates Millage rate time line: Option A –June 9, :00 am : Public Hearing #1 – Administrative Center –June 9, :00 pm : Public Hearing #2 – Administrative Center –June 18, :00 pm : Public Hearing #3 – Dunwoody Springs Charter –June 18, :00 pm Adopt Millage Rates

6 Budget Calendar Updates Millage rate time line: Option B –June 18, :00 am : Public Hearing #1 – Dunwoody Springs Charter –June 18, :00 pm : Public Hearing #2 – Dunwoody Springs Charter –July 9, :00 pm : Public Hearing #3 – Administrative Center –July 9, :30 pm Adopt Millage Rates Administrative Center

7 Change in Total Budget FY09 to FY2010 in $millions FY2009 (amended mid-year) FY2010$ Change%Change General $839.1$845.3$6.2.7% Special Revenue $53.9$51.1(2.8)(5.2)% Debt Service $42.1$24.5$(17.6)(41.8)% School Nutrition $43.1$42.3$(0.8)(1.9)% Total$978.2$963.2$(15.0)(1.5)%

8 Total Revenue (excludes Capital)

9 Total Expenditures (excludes Capital)

10 General Fund FY2008 Actual FY2009 Original FY2009 (amended in April) FY2010 Proposed Beg Balance$133.0$106.2$111.9$83.6 Revenue Expenditures Ending Balance $106.2 $83.6$85.6 Per Student$9,546$9,710 $9,257 $9,374

11 General Fund Revenue

12 Revenue Assumptions Minimal digest growth Any growth due to increased assessments will be offset by appropriate roll back Higher than normal prior year collections due to delay in FY09 from temporary collection order.75 mill moved from excess debt service Interest rates remain at their current low levels

13 Revenue Assumptions QBE includes projected student growth of approximately 2,000 Five mill share will decline slightly due to law to maintain 80/20 split statewide Austerity reductions will grow to $23 million Teacher gift card revenue originally included was eliminated in final budget recommendation Graduation Coach grant rolled into QBE Nursing grant reduced by 3 % $12.8 million of federal stimulus funds

14 General Fund State QBE Revenue (in $millions) FY2007FY2008FY2009FY2010 FTE$377.1$404.7$412.1$437.0 Five-Mill(130.1)(137.1)(149.0)(148.5) Austerity( 8.1)(6.9)(16.2)(23.0) Nursing Grant Transportation Net State$246.5$268.4$254.7$272.8 Per FTE $2,966.06$3,138.29$2,912.95$3,040.93

15 Austerity Reductions

16 Five Mill Share History

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18 Five Mill Buy In

19 Five Mill Share Comparison

20 Sales Ratio Comparison

21 Digest Value per Student

22 Tax Digest (Net) Per Student

23 Tax Revenue Tax Yr (advertised) 2008 (projected ) Gross Digest $25,347$27,553$30,535$34,520$32,797 Net Digest $24,087$26,200$29,139$33,246$31,323 M&O Rate Net Levy $429$467$493$545$514 Budget $416.6$447.5$486.4$515.9$480.5 Actual $420.0 $452.5 $

24 Expenditures by Function

25 Expenditure Categories

26 Expenditures (increases) Fund positions and facility cost associated with opening 5 new schools: $10 million Fund teaching positions for approximately 2,000 additional students at increased class size: $5 million Increase to Teachers Retirement percentage paid by Board: $3.2 million (9.28% to 9.74%) Fund textbooks for growth: $3.4 million Continue funding nurses and clinic workers with reduced state funding Non state funded graduation coaches: $633,422

27 Expenditures (decreases) Increase class size by 1 at K-8 and 2 at 9-12: $10.8 million Elem. art, music and p.e. allocated based on increased class sizes:$1.7 million Undistributed position : $3.2 million Custodial allocations (23,000 to 25,000 sq.ft.) : $2 million Dental premium increase to employee ($15 per month): $2 million Reduction in employee work days: $8.4 million 10% reduction in substitute pay

28 Expenditure (decreases) Close Connected Academy: $375,000 Fund EIP positions only if earned: $980,000 Two year phase of reduction to pre-k resource coordinator pay level: $200,000 Implement social security alternative for subs and other part-time : $1 million Eliminate attendance incentive: $48,000

29 Expenditure (decreases) Decrease per pupil allocation from $ to $90: $2 million Revise charter school funding: $2.5 million Eliminate 11 central positions: $1 million Freeze vacant central positions : $2.3 million Cut general fund professional learning: $1.4 million Reduce building maintenance : $1.5 million Reduce media materials for schools: $165,500

30 Fund Balance The budget is built with the goal of having no less than 1.2 months of operating reserves budgeted.

31 Class Size Changes General Ed. Grade Level FY2009 State Max. Per Individual Class FY2010 Proposed State Max. Per Individual Class FY2009 FCSS Max. Per Individual Class FY2010 FCSS Proposed Max. Per Individual Class Kindergarten With IP Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade Grade 4 Grade Grades 6-8 (Includes IDT + Connect.) Grades

32 Salary Schedules/Calendars- recommendations This budget recommendation includes a reduction in days from 190 to 180 for Clinic assistants Media paraprofessionals Family service workers Instructional paraprofessionals School liaisons School nurses

33 Salary Schedules/Calendars- recommendations School nutrition program workers from 193 to 184 days Bus drivers : 187 days to 186 days School data clerks and school nutrition training specialists : 220 to 210 days Asst. principals and personnel investigators: 240 days to 220 days

34 Salary Schedules/Calendars- recommendations All of the following are recommended to work 190 days (all currently 205 days) Counselors Data support specialists (Title I) Elementary CSTs Graduation coaches School psychologists School resource officers School social workers Work-based learning administrators

35 Salary Schedules/Calendars- recommendations All of the following are recommended to work 190 days (all currently 205 days) Counselors Data support specialists (Title I) Elementary CSTs Graduation coaches School psychologists School resource officers School social workers Work-based learning administrators

36 Salary Schedules/Calendars- recommendations All of the following are recommended to work 235 days (all currently 240 days) Administrative/professional Central office classified Custodians Maintenance Principals Professional assistants (12 months) Transportation mechanics Warehouse staff

37 Salary Schedules/Calendars- recommendations All of the following are recommended to continue on current work day schedule: Classroom teachers Instructional support teachers (IST) Media specialists Professional assistants (190 day ) School technology specialists School nutrition program managers

38 Salary Schedules/Calendars- recommendations All employees will move up on the appropriate salary schedule for earned step Salary schedules will shift so that step reflects no increase Public hearings as required have been scheduled

39 Competitive rankings PositionFY2009 Metro Rank FY2010 Metro Rank H.S. Principal44 M.S. Principal44 E.S. Principal44 H.S. Asst. Principal 23 M.S. Asst. Principal 12 E.S. Asst. Principal13

40 Competitive rankings Position – Teacher T-4 Beginning FY2009FY2010 Atlanta$44,312 DeKalb$42,144 Cherokee$41,500 Clayton$40,624 Forsyth$39,672 Fulton$40,224$39,132 Gwinnett$38,895

41 Salary and Benefit Budget FY2010 General Fund Budget : 85% in personnel $718.9 million

42 Tax rate recommendation General fund built with transfer of.75 from debt service to M&O (rates will be adjusted once reassessment data received) FY2009FY2010 M&O Debt Total17.502

43 Millage Rate History Fiscal Year Maintenance and Operations Debt Service Total

44 Total Millage Rate Comparisons 3.4

45 Tax Digest Growth

46 Enrollment vs. FTE

47 Budget – Future

48 Cost Per Student

49 Cost /student – Graduation Rate

50 Cost/Student – SAT Scores

51 Cost Per Student Comparison

52 Cost per Student Comparison

53 NEXT STEPS Please submit questions on Blue Book to Dr. Loe by 20th. Answers to all questions will be summarized and presented at budget work session on April 23 at 3:30. Thank you!


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