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1 1 Budget Workshop Superintendents Recommended FY2007 Operating & Capital Budgets January 24, 2006 Part I:Instruction

2 2 Goals of AACPS We will accelerate achievement for all students and eliminate the achievement disparities among all groups of students. Academic Achievement We will create a safe learning environment that promotes accelerated achievement. Safe and Orderly Environment We will establish community partnerships to promote accelerated achievement in a welcoming school environment. Community Collaboration In the areas of…

3 3 No Child Left Behind Bridge to Excellence Teacher Workload Task Force Office of Civil Rights Mediated Agreement Budget Task Force Human Resources Audit Recruitment and Retention 3

4 4 Non-position Costs Full Day Kindergarten Bridge to Excellence requires that by FY2008: Full Day Kindergarten for all students Pre-Kindergarten for students in the highest poverty level FY2007: Program expands to 15 more schools (59 of 77) serving 1,170 students FY2006: Program expands to 19 more schools FY2005: Full day Kindergarten for 13 schools which covers all poverty schools based upon FY03 data FY2004: Full day Kindergarten & Pre-K for: –10 Title I SWS schools –Ferndale Early Education Center Full Day Kindergarten for Mayo Elementary (located at Annapolis Middle) Non-Position costs are fully funded within the existing Early Childhood budget None Full Day Kindergarten Positions 83.5 58.5Kindergarten Teachers3,005,262 24.0Kindergarten Assistants690,336 1.0Resource Teacher51,372 $ 3,746,970 Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force School System Goals: Areas of Impact: $ 3,746,970 Total: OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

5 5 Non-position Costs Grant Replacement (1 of 3) Title I ($1,636,074) Funding needed to maintain services in schools with high levels of students eligible for Free lunch. Supplanting is providing services via a grant that most schools receive through the operating fund. Stipends for Extended Day/Year Program Due to loss of concentration grant $300,000 Full Day Kindergarten in Title I Schools Positions 33.5 16.0Full Day Kindergarten Teachers821,952 16.5Full Day Kindergarten Assistants474,606 1.0Program Secretary39,516 $1,336,074 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 2,455,960 Total Grant Replacement: ( Continued funding for FDK through Title I would be considered grant supplanting) OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

6 6 Non-position Costs Perkins Grant: The percent of administrative expenses allowable under the federal Perkins grant will no longer cover the part-time secretarial services needed to manage the grant. Title V Grant: This grant has been reduced 50% over the past two years and for FY2006 is less than $180,000. Funding needed in order to maintain support for school planning. 21 st Century Federal Grant: This grant has a four year phase out requirement. In order to continue to receive the $255,000 grant, $45,000 must be picked-up in the operating budget. For FY08 an additional $30,000 will be required. For FY09 an additional $75,000 will be required. In FY10 the grant will end. Title V Grant: $217,500 Assorted Grants Positions 0.5 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 2,455,960 Total Grant Replacement: Grant Replacement (2 of 3) Assorted ($237,802) Stipends for School Improvement Team (SIT) 172,500 Planning Days 21st Century Grant: Stipends for ACCESS Program 45,000 and Grant Requirement Perkins Grant: 0.5Secretary Career and Technology Education $20,302 OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

7 7 Non-position Costs The federal Safe & Drug Free grant that provides substance abuse prevention and intervention services to schools ends on June 30 th. Funding is needed in order to continue to provide programs such as the Maryland Student Assessment Program (MSAP); Middle School Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative; Peer Mediation, and Peer Helper programs. Additionally this office coordinates the Maryland Adolescent Survey and Youth Risk Behavior Survey. $26,700 Safe & Drug Free Positions 8.0 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 2,455,960 Total Grant Replacement: Grant Replacement (3 of 3) Safe & Drug Free ($582,084) Supplies 22,050 Professional Development 2,750 Print Services 1,900 1.0Program Manager 80,580 6.0Substance Abuse Liaisons 443,880 1.0Secretary 30,924 $555,384 OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

8 8 Non-position Costs Program Planning Due to the No Child Left Behind and Bridge to Excellence legislation Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements, student and teacher specific data must be analyzed and evaluated so that effective instructional decisions are being implemented. The Program Planning Office works with all schools providing professional assistance in interpreting assessment data. Program Evaluation Specialist Researches and evaluates instructional programs to determine effectiveness on student achievement. Test Development Specialist Supports schools as they meet the legal requirements of administrating state assessments. Assessment Analyst Supports elementary and secondary teachers to electronically collect student grades and reduce teacher workload. Data Warehouse System Analyst Manages the data warehouse to allow School Improvement Teams (SIT) access to critical student achievement information. Software, Equipment & Consulting for Assessment System Data Warehouse $600,000 Program Planning Positions 4.0 1.0Program Evaluation Specialist 116,169 1.0Test Development Specialist 92,436 1.0Assessment Analyst 79,356 1.0Data Warehouse Systems Analyst 86,508 $374,469 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 974,469 Total: OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

9 9 Non-position Costs Revise the Reading Specialist formula from: # of Students # of Specialists 0 – 300 0.5 301 – 600 1.0 601+ 1.5 To: # of Students # of Specialists 1 – 450 1.0 451 – 650 1.5 650+ 2.0 This staffing change would impact 16 schools. There are currently 87.60 Reading Specialist and 4.0 Elementary Resource Teacher positions. Reading Cohort Need to create a Reading Specialist Cohort to meet the increased demand for highly qualified certified teachers. Intervention Materials 10,000 Stipends for Teacher Training 15,000 Reading Cohort 45,000 $70,000 Elementary Reading Positions 10.0 9.0Reading Specialists 462,348 1.0Resource Teacher 51,372 $513,720 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force School System Goals: Areas of Impact: $ 2,479,108 Reading (1 of 3) Elementary ($583,720) Total Reading: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

10 10 Non-position Costs MOI & Training Stipends 591,500 Modified Middle School Reading Program MOI & Training Stipends 129,100 High School Comprehension Program MOI & Substitutes 123,900 Soar to Success Program Reading Cohort 45,000 $889,500 Positions 18.0 12.0School-based 616,464 Reading Intervention Teachers 4.0Reading Resource Teachers 205,488 1.0Literacy Specialist 51,372 1.0Secretary 39,516 $912,840 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 2,479,108 Reading (2 of 3) Secondary ($1,802,340) Total Reading: Reading Intervention Teachers Enable our most challenged middle schools to provide reading interventions. Reading Resource Teachers There are currently 12 Secondary Reading Resource Teachers, one for each high school feeder system. Literacy Specialist Dedicated to managing and monitoring reading intervention programs for fidelity and tracking data which will provide stronger and more effective implementation of the Comprehensive Reading Plan. Secretary Elementary Reading/Language Arts office and Secondary Reading/ Middle School Language Arts office currently share one secretary. Reading Cohort Need to create a Secondary Reading Teacher Cohort to meet the increased demand for highly qualified teachers and increase secondary reading instruction capacity. Secondary Reading OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

11 11 Non-position Costs Reading (3 of 3) Special Education ($93,048) None Positions 2.0 1.0Literacy Specialist 51,372 1.0Literacy Technician 41,676 $93,048 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 2,479,108 Total Reading: These positions will assist in implementing intensive reading interventions, working in con- junction with general education. There are currently three Literacy Technicians. This will provide one for each elementary region. Special Education Reading OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

12 12 Non-position Costs $300,000 Positions 2.0 1.0Elementary Resource Teacher 51,372 1.0Secretary 39,516 $90,888 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: MOI & Training Stipends for Understanding Numeration/Math Plus Intervention Program at 48 Schools $ 1,319,720 Mathematics (1 of 2) Elementary ($ 390,888) Total Mathematics: Mathematics Resource Teachers There are currently six Elementary Math Resource Teachers. Secretary Elementary Mathematics office and Secondary Mathematics office currently share one secretary. Intervention Program Understanding Numeration/Math Plus is currently implemented in 30 schools. Elementary Mathematics OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

13 13 Non-position Costs Mathematics (2 of 2) Secondary ($928,832) $620,600 Positions 6.0 3.0Math/ESOL Teachers 154,116 for High School International Academy Program 3.0MS Intervention Specialists 154,116 $308,232 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: MOI & Training Stipends 137,500 Understanding Math Plus Intervention Program at HS MOI & Training Stipends 455,800 Cognitive Tutor Intervention Program at High Schools Training Stipends 2,550 FASTMath2 Program for International Academy Program Training Stipends 22,500 Data Analysis & Probability Program at High Schools Math/ESOL Cohort 2,250 $ 1,319,720 Total Mathematics: Mathematics Resource Teachers There are currently four Secondary Math Resource Teachers. International Academies Annapolis HS Glen Burnie HS Old Mill HS Intervention Programs Understanding Numeration/Math Plus is currently implemented in all middle schools. In order to assist schools in making AYP, math interventions at the high school level are needed. Mathematics Cohort Need to create a Secondary ESOL/Math Teacher Cohort to increase secondary math instruction capacity. Secondary Mathematics OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

14 14 Non-position Costs Special Education $1,017,137 Positions 17.5 1.0Alternative MSA Specialist 51,372 3.0Functional Skills Teachers 154,116 3.0Functional Skills Assistants 86,292 1.0Emotionally Disturbed Specialist 51,372 2.0Behavior Technicians for Developmental Centers 83,352 6.0Health Assistants for Developmental Centers 172,584 0.5Teacher for Learning Academy 25,686 1.0Social Worker for Autism 71,076 $695,850 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Substitutes for Alternative MSA support 40,000 Non-Public Tuition Costs 531,074 Health Department & AACC Contracts 162,000 TIENET Software Contract 245,563 Training Stipends, Software & Equipment MOI, Supplies & Equipment 38,500 To Support New Positions & Programs $ 1,712,987 Total: Funding is needed to: support teacher workload meet student needs in a least restricted environment provide critical staff to schools provide alternatives to non-public setting meet contractual obligations enhance data collection and analysis Special Education OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

15 15 Non-position Costs ESOL Stipends for Middle School Mini-clusters 50,000 Transportation for Middle School Mini-clusters 20,000 $70,000 Positions 10.0 6.0ESOL Teachers 308,232 4.0ESOL Liaisons 166,704 $474,936 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 544,936 Total: There are currently 46 school- based Teachers. As of September 2005 there are 1,312 ESOL students receiving direct instruction, a 21% increase from FY05. As of September 2005 there are 649 ESOL students receiving monitoring support. 68% of ESOL students speak Spanish. Middle School Mini-clusters Corkran/Marley Annapolis/Bates ESOL OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

16 16 Non-position Costs Secondary Equity Poverty Program None Positions 16.0 10.0Teachers 513,720 6.0Assistants 172,584 $686,304 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 686,304 Total: AAA Poverty Program Currently 32% of elementary schools are eligible to participate in the elementary Title I/AAA poverty program but only 13% of secondary schools are eligible. Currently only secondary schools with 30% or more students receiving free lunch are able to participate in the AAA poverty program. This includes four secondary schools Annapolis, Bates, Brooklyn Park and Meade middle schools. Criteria would change to allow middle schools with 20% or more students receiving free lunch, and high schools with 10% or more students receiving free lunch to participate in the AAA poverty program. Based upon the October 2004 FARMS information, six middle schools and four high schools would be eligible to participate: Annapolis MS Annapolis HS Bates MS Glen Burnie HS Brooklyn Park MS Meade HS Marley MS North County HS MacArthur MS Meade MS Requested positions will provide services at these schools. Accelerating Achievement for All (AAA) OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

17 17 Non-position Costs AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) $167,750 Positions 7.0 7.0Teachers $359,604 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Stipends for Training and Program Delivery 52,900 Mandatory AVID Center Institute Training 112,370 Student Transportation 2,480 $ 527,354 Total: There are currently 37 school- based Teachers. Expands program in order to add new students and meet the needs of AVID students coming to the area from Department of Defense schools. Title V grant can no longer support the annual AVID required profes- sional development. AVID OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

18 18 Non-position Costs $320,780 Positions 2.0 2.0Teachers for Meade Program $102,744 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Meade Costs: Contracted Services, Training, and Program Fees 21,800 Substitutes & stipends for training & planning 23,600 MOI, Library & Student Materials 22,680 Transportation 30,000 IB Board Revisions from FY06222,700 Stipends and MOI for Old Mill and Annapolis $ 569,324 International Baccalaureate (1 of 2) ($423,524) Total IB: Funding to support Meade program expansion. International Baccalaureate Non-Position Costs are requested per amounts stated in the International Baccalaureate Programme Implementation Plan dated December 2, 2005. OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

19 19 Non-position Costs $145,800 Positions None Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Contracted Services $74,400 Training and Program Fees Substitutes & Stipends for Training & Planning $50,400 MOI, Library & Student Materials $21,000 $ 569,324 IB (2 of 2) Middle Years Program ($145,800) Total IB: Funding to support MYP implementation at: Annapolis Middle MacArthur Middle Old Mill Middle North Middle Years Program OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

20 20 Non-position Costs $904,848 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Stipends: Meade Evening HS Program 239,100 CAT Evening HS Program 239,100 To expand Glen Burnie Evening HS to 4 Nights 119,500 To expand Twilight School Program to Both Semesters 120,000 To maintain existing Evening HS, 174,500 Twilight, and Alternative Programs Supplies 8,248 Professional Development/Travel 4,400 1.25 1.25Secretaries Meade & CAT Evening HS programs $49,395 $ 1,427,789 Alternative Education (1 of 3) After School Programs ($954,243) Total Alternative Programs: Funding to support increased capacity to meet student needs. Meade High School would provide 300 seats. CAT Evening High school would provide 200 seats with vocational training opportunities. Glen Burnie program is currently the only program running two nights. Twilight Schools will enable 800 students to recover credits and maintain pace for graduation. After School Programs OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

21 21 Non-position Costs $204,930 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Training Stipends 26,980 Stipends for Decision Making Rooms 150,000 Instructional Support MOI & Supplies 25,850 Professional Development & Dues 2,100 2.0 1.0Coordinator 100,884 1.0Data Technician 41,676 $142,560 $ 1,427,789 Alternative Education (2 of 3) PBIS ($347,490) Total Alternative Programs: Funding to support program office and program expansion to seven more schools. Currently there are 49 schools with the PBIS program. Schools with PBIS document gaining back 626 instructional days and 482 administrative days. 92% of schools implementing PBIS achieved AYP. Decision Making Rooms stipends would provide 10 middle schools with 150 days of part-time teacher support. Currently, Decision Making Rooms are staffed only with an assistant. PBISPositive Behavior Intervention & Supports OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

22 22 Non-position Costs Alternative Education (3 of 3) Charter Schools ($126,056) $3,800 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Supplies, Professional Development & Travel 2.0 1.0Manager 80,580 1.0Data Technician 41,676 $122,256 $ 1,427,789 Total Alternative Programs: Funding to establish office to support the charter mandate and serve as a single point of contact for the school system. Support is needed to: respond to all inquiries, review incoming applications, provide technical support through the review process, and make a recommendation to the Superintendent in line with state law and within mandated timelines. Oversight activities include mon- itoring accountability standards and adherence to each Charters agreement. Charter Schools OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

23 23 Non-position Costs Online Campus $136,950 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Stipends for Course Review & Teacher Training 10,400 Tuition for 280 Student Seats 112,000 Student Textbooks and Materials 13,300 Professional Development 1,250 1.5 1.0Resource Teacher 51,372 0.5Secretary 19,758 $71,130 $ 208,080 Total: Currently there are six high schools piloting the Maryland Virtual Learning Opportunities (MVLO) program thru MSDE. 50% of the courses are AP and expand the opportunities for the range of courses available. An oversight office is needed to ensure that all courses meet AACPS requirements, that students comply with the MVLO program and to assist other online instructional programs. Online Campus OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

24 24 Non-position Costs Office of Civil Rights $65,000 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: Stipends for training 25,000 Consultant for training 40,000 1.0 1.0Liaison $89,052 $ 154,052 Total: A liaison is needed to provide oversight of the agreement and as an avenue for students, parents, and the community. Consultant and stipends for staff training are needed to address mediated agreement. Office of Civil Rights OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

25 25 Non-position Costs Secondary School Improvement None Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 4.0 2.0Senior Managers 208,608 1.0AYP Specialist 51,372 for North County Support 1.0PPW for North County Support 84,732 $344,712 Total: Managers To monitor instruction in secondary schools with a focus on closing achievement gaps for all student groups. North County Positions Support North County High School to meet AYP goals. Secondary School Improvement OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

26 26 Non-position Costs Middle School Class Size None Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 38.0 38.0 Teachers $1,952,136 Total: To alleviate issues related to part- time encore staffing and alleviate problems with larger core classes. Currently there are 52 positions to assist with this effort. MS Class Size OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

27 27 Non-position Costs Elementary Guidance Counselors $800 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 2.5 2.5 Guidance Counselors $184,950 $ 185,750 Materials of Instruction Total: Guidance positions at the following schools will increase to full-time: Belle Grove North Glen Oakwood Rolling Knolls Traceys Currently there are 12 schools with part-time service. There are currently 67.6 Elementary Guidance Counselors. Schools have needs for intensive services and often limited access to services. Elementary Guidance OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

28 28 Non-position Costs New Teacher Support $22,990 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 11.0 11.0 Mentor Teachers $565,092 $ 588,082 Training Stipends22,000 Materials of Instruction990 Total: There are currently 29 school- based New Teacher Support positions in 34 schools. During FY06, over 700 new teachers were hired. Mentor Teachers OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

29 29 Non-position Costs School Support $262,552 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 32.5 11.5School-based Secretaries 417,312 5.0Permanent Secretary Substitutes 181,440 5.0Technology Support Techs 181,440 5.0IEP Clerks 197,580 6.0Single Textbook Adoption Specialists 483,480 $1,461,252 $ 1,723,804 Temporary Secretary Support 87,552 Lunch Recess Monitors Rate Increase 175,000 Total: Secretaries School-based secretaries are under-staffed to Board Policy by 144.5 positions. Since July 1 st, 87 new school-based secretaries have been hired, a 21% turnover rate. Permanent Secretary Substitutes would allow highly trained staff to assist schools when a vacancy occurs. Technology Support Techs Due to the infusion of technology at the high school level, the demands for Technology Support Techs are greater than one position per school can manage. IEP Clerks IEP clerks provide technical/clerical support to teachers and parents throughout the IEP process. There are currently seven school-based IEP clerks. Single Textbook Adoption Specialist 67% of the Single Textbook Adoption courses are at the high school level. The receiving, inventory and distribution of textbooks and materials is overwhelming high schools. Temporary Secretary Support Provides funding for high school copy initiative and to support schools during peak periods. Lunch Recess Monitor Increase Funds the $2.00 rate increased implemented during FY06. School Support OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

30 30 Non-position Costs Leadership Development $15,500 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 7.0 1.0Manager for Leadership Development80,580 3.0Associate Principals 254,196 3.0Leadership Residents 154,116 $488,892 $ 504,392 Training Stipends 10,500 Printing 5,000 Total: A program to mentor new administrators and aspiring school leaders with potential is needed to address this area of critical shortage. Leadership Development OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

31 31 Non-position Costs Administrative Trainees None Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 11.0 11.0 Administrative Trainees $626,007 Total: Current positions at Annapolis HS Glen Burnie HS Meade HS North County HS Old Mill HS Mary Moss Administrative Trainees focus on managing student discipline and maintaining effective commu- nications with students, parents, and teachers. Administrative Trainees OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

32 32 Non-position Costs Seven Oaks Elementary None Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: 2.0 1.0Principal 59,286 1.0Secretary 19,758 Half Year Positions During FY07 $79,044 Total: Needed to staff the new school, order classroom materials & MOI, and complete the Library Media collection. Seven Oaks Elementary OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

33 33 Non-position Costs Staff Development $1,178,455 Positions Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind Teacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task Force Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: None $ 1,178,455 Certification Allowance $934,455 Stipends for eCoach Program $244,000 Total: Certification Allowance Maintains the level of service for tuition payments for employees participating in college cohorts in order to develop highly qualified staff. eCoach Program Provides a $2,000 stipend for a technology coach to support the effective use of instructional technology in the classroom. Staff Development OCR Agreement Recruitment/Retention Safe and Orderly Schools

34 34 Non-position Costs To Maintain Services $880,262 Bridge to Excellence No Child Left Behind OCR AgreementTeacher WorkloadHR Audit Budget Task ForceRecruitment/Retention Areas of Impact: Academic AchievementSafe and Orderly SchoolsCommunity Collaboration School System Goals: $ 880,262 Copier Contracts 250,000 Substitutes for Teachers & Administrators 151,500 (2.4% increase) Stipends 83,580 Enrollment Verifier, Readmissions, Psychology, Special Education, Curriculum and SAT Teams (0.5% increase) MOI & Supplies 294,512 Instructional Departments and Schools (2.0% increase) Library Media Software Agreements and Equipment 38,220 Travel Mileage Reimbursement 24,500 Psychology, Staff Development and Alternative Education Professional Development 15,750 Instructional Departments Game Officials for Athletic Events 10,000 Repairs, Equipment & Celebrations 12,200 Instructional Departments Total: Needed to meet contractual obligations or to provide the same level of service. Maintaining Services

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