Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations K-20 on Special Session and Governors FY11 Supplemental and.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations K-20 on Special Session and Governors FY11 Supplemental and."— Presentation transcript:

1 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations K-20 on Special Session and Governors FY11 Supplemental and Budget Proposal January 6, 2011

2 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 2 3/1/2014 Questions during the K-20?? ESD sites are interactive and able to ask questions. All other sites: questions to

3 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 3 3/1/2014 Agenda Capital Update Transportation Update Early Action and Governors Proposals – Side-by-side comparisons – NBCT – K-4 – Highly Capable – LEA – Ed Jobs/Apportionment backfill – Apportionment delay – New funding formula – John Jenft F-203 Questions

4 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Capital Update

5 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 5 3/1/ K-12 Capital Budget Governors Proposal School Construction Assistance Program – Maintenance Level of $486.6 Million Funding Assumptions – SCAP appropriations are not fully funded. Governor estimated 1.3 million square feet less than OSPIs original budget request. (Project requests are on track with OSPIs original budget request). Construction Cost Allocation inflationary increases to: FY 2012 = $ FY 2013 = $188.55

6 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 6 3/1/ K-12 Capital Budget Governors Proposal School Construction Assistance Program Relies on school district capital expenditures stretching beyond the biennium. » $274 M Bonds; available within the biennium. » $212 M Cash; majority earned after the biennium. Implementation of the priority system would be likely under the Governors proposal.

7 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 7 3/1/ K-12 Capital Budget Governors Proposal Other Funding proposals: Small Repair Grant Program – $10.0 M. Skills Centers Minor Works for Existing Facilities – $3.0 M. Aviation High School - $2 M.

8 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 8 3/1/ K-12 Capital Budget Superintendents Priorities – Fully fund the School Construction Assistance Program (SCAP) appropriations; Maintenance and Enhancement Levels. – Provide for basic student health and safety. Small Repair and Energy Grant Programs. New School Facility Safety Net. New School Seismic Needs Assessment. – Expand career and technical education through skill centers. Minor Works and, Major project,s especially Phase 2 projects, at Pierce County and Yakima Valley.

9 K-12 Capital Budget dollars in millions OSPI Request Governor Proposal Fund Source SCAP – Maintenance$660.1$486.6 Bonds/Common School Construction Account (Cash) SCAP – Enhancement$93.0$0.0 Space Study$0.2$0.0 Small Repair$5.0$10.0 Bonds Energy Grants$20.0$0.0 Facility Safety Net$80.0$0.0 Seismic Assessment$0.5$0.0 Skill Centers - Minors$5.7$3.0 Bonds Skill Centers – Majors & Satellites $80.4$0.0 Aviation High School$0.0$2.0 Bonds Administration$3.9 Common School Construction Account TOTAL$948.8$

10 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 10 3/1/ K-12 Capital Budget – OSPI requested SCAP obligations be fully funded. – OSPIs request was heavily reliant on state general obligation bonds, which depend on state debt capacity. Do not expect General Fund-State Transfers to the Common School Construction Account (CSCA). – Lottery redirected to Higher Education in – No agency savings projected for the biennium.

11 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 11 3/1/ K-12 Capital Budget State Debt or Bonding Capacity – Current capacity ranges: From low in November 2010 Bond Model = $161 million. To high in Governors Bond Bill = $900 million. – $3.2 billion in bonds requested by all agencies.

12 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 12 3/1/ K-12 Capital Budget State Bond Capacity

13 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Transportation Update

14 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 14 3/1/2014 Student Transportation: Overview Governors Budget Proposal. What the numbers mean to you. How the money will be distributed. System Changes.

15 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 15 3/1/2014 Student Transportation: Budget Proposal Funding System. The Good News – Commitment to implement in The Other News – Source of additional funding is a result of a major restructuring of the bus replacement system.

16 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 16 3/1/2014 Student Transportation: How Much? Figures are in the pivot table. Depreciation estimate for next year – Current system. – Governors proposal. Lots of assumptions – Underfunding for current year. – Bus prices.

17 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 17 3/1/2014 Student Transportation: Operations Allocation Pay at amount until February. Adjustment for new calculation process. Adjustment for amount of funding available. No recalculation after the Spring report.

18 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 18 3/1/2014 New Transportation Funding Model: Transition Process Hold harmless – No one gets less than Additional Funding – Estimate based on the amount of funding available from the change in depreciation. – Best guess is districts would receive about 1/3 of their underfunding in

19 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 19 3/1/2014 New Transportation Funding Model: OSPI Rules Status Initial rules hearing was December 8 th. OSPI in process of reviewing language – Reword several sections in response to comments and concerns. – Will schedule another hearing on revisions.

20 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 20 3/1/2014 Student Transportation: System Changes Bus Replacement System – May result in unintended consequences. Maintenance Costs. Fleet Modernization. Regional Coordinator Program Eliminated – Would eliminate training and support for the new funding system. – School bus driver training, Management training, WSP inspection process, etc.

21 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Early Action and Governors Proposals - Update

22 2011 FY SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET – ENACTED & GOVERNORS PROPOSED

23 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 23 3/1/ FY Supplemental Budget: Eliminated Programs Proviso Original Funding Enacted Supp. Cut Balance Governors Proposed Project Citizen Support for CTE Student Org Special Service Pilot 1, Building Bridges Dyslexia Pilot Program Teaching as a Profession Pilot BEST Program 2,000-1,0001,000- Superintendent/Principal Internship

24 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 24 3/1/ FY Supplemental Budget: Eliminated Programs Proviso Original Funding Enacted Supp. Cut Balance Governors Proposed Leadership Academy Focused Assistance1, STEM Lighthouses CTE Startup Grants Reading Corps1, Summer Voc. Skill Center2, ,785 Readiness to Learn3, ,797 K-4 Class Size Reduction81,512-39,42442,088-42,088 Highly Capable Program8, ,104 Centrum WA Imagination Network90- -6

25 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 25 3/1/ FY Supplemental Budget: Reduced Programs Proviso Original Funding Enacted Supp. Cut Balance Governors Proposed College Bound Outreach1, Civil Rights Monitoring Achievement Gap Com Non-Violence Training School Nurse Corps2, ,381- Safety Center School Safety Training K-20 Network1, ,635- Navigation 1013, ,924- LASER/Pacific Science Cen Education Technology Supp.1, ,836

26 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 26 3/1/ FY Supplemental Budget: Reduced and Added Funding ProvisoOriginal Funding Enacted Supp. Cut Balance Governors Proposed Levy Equalization286, ,038 Extended Day Skill Center Transportation Coordinators June Payment Delay-253,000 June Contingency Fund13,000 June Contingency Fund15,000

27 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 27 3/1/2014 Governors Supplemental Cut of National Board Bonuses Governors across the board cut of 6% is still in effect. Districts should continue to claim their bonuses. OSPI will allocate funding on a first come first serve basis. When Governor repeals the 6% cut, OSPI will pay out the rest of the bonuses to districts who have submitted claims up to the total appropriation authority.

28 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 28 3/1/2014 K-4 Class Size & Highly Capable Retroactive Elimination Governor Proposals cuts programs starting in September. If adopted by Legislature, OSPI will adjust district apportionment payments to reflect cuts. OSPI will transfer Highly Capable program to General Apportionment in order to then make adjustments to district apportionment.

29 GOVERNORS PROPOSED BUDGET

30 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 30 3/1/ Proposed Governors Budget: Eliminated Programs Proviso FY Maint FY Maint. Governors Total Biennial Cut Project Citizen Support for CTE Student Org Special Service Pilot1,329 -2,658 Building Bridges Dyslexia Pilot Program Teaching as a Profession Pilot BEST Program2,000 -4,000 Superintendent/Principal Internship ,060

31 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 31 3/1/ Proposed Governors Budget: Eliminated Programs Proviso FY Maint FY Maint. Governors Total Biennial Cut Middle & High Applied Math Leadership Academy900 -1,800 Focused Assistance1,523 -3,046 STEM Lighthouses CTE Startup Grants912 -1,824 Reading Corps1,056 -2,112 Readiness to Learn3,594 -7,188 Highly Capable Program7,3439,469-16,812 Centrum WA Imagination Network

32 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 32 3/1/ Proposed Governors Budget: Eliminated Programs Proviso Maint Maint. Governors Total Biennial Cut Civil Rights Monitoring Achievement Gap Com Non-Violence Training LASER/Pacific Science Cen Education Technology Supp ,958 Pre-Apprenticeship Grants Summer Voc Skill Center2,385 -4,770 Readiness to Learn3, Transportation Coordinators892 -1,784 Bus Depreciation55,00053,000-95,622

33 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 33 3/1/ Proposed Governors Budget: Suspended Funding Proviso FY Maint FY Maint. Governors Total Biennial Cut Dev. Diagnostic Assessments2,200 -4,400 I-732 COLA60,022193, ,286 I ,628481, ,224 National Board Bonuses34,45444,236-78,690 Challenging School Bonus9,37211,454-20,826

34 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 34 3/1/ Proposed Governors Budget: Reduced Programs Proviso FY Maint FY Maint. Governors Total Biennial Cut Total w/ Gov. Reduction Full Day Kindergarten48,21050,858-10,568(Case Load Adj.) Freeze Steps on 2011 Salary Schedule **-70,484* College Bound Outreach1, ,800 K-20 Network1, ,141 Navigation 1013, ,848 Mentoring of WA Achievers ,350 Math and Science PD1, ,178 COE Payment**-7,383* Restructure COE**-7,138* * Working on Calculation

35 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 35 3/1/ Proposed Governors Budget: Adds Proviso FY FYTotal Implementation of New Transportation Funding Model 40,00050,00090,000 Principal and Teacher Evaluation1,500 3,000 Incentive for Evaluation System-15,000

36 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 36 3/1/2014 Levy Equalization School Year The Governors supplemental request continues to current levy equalization model but makes a reduction of 6.3% or $18 million. The impacts to local districts are shown on the SAFS 2011 Supplemental Budget website under the across the board 6.287% link. Across the Board Cuts by School District Across the Board Cuts by School District

37 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 37 3/1/2014 Levy Equalization The Governors biennial request equates to a reduction of 6.3%. New Four Tier Model with property poor districts receiving the smallest reduction in LEA. – Over 300% above state average = 1% cut. – 175% to 300% = 3% cut. – 125% to 175% = 5% cut. – 100% to 125% = 28.75% cut.

38 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 38 3/1/2014

39 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 39 3/1/2014 Levy Equalization No specific changes in levy base calculations were proposed. – Reductions in K-3 this year will not reduce the levy base. Levy Equalization continues to be calculated based on 14%. The Per Pupil Inflator in the Governors budget is 3%.

40 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 40 3/1/2014 Ed Jobs Ed Jobs Funding – $208K Total. Allocation by district is on our website. – The Legislative Special Session directed that these funds will be deducted from General Apportionment.

41 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 41 3/1/2014 Ed Jobs – Deductions will be made over five months - January through May. 20% will be deducted each month. – Amount will be reflected on your 1191 Report on Line C.9 – Adjustment for Prior Year. – Levy Base – Uses the total Guaranteed Entitlement from Line A.14. Levy base would not double count Ed Jobs funds discreetly since it is included in Line A.14.

42 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 42 3/1/2014 Apportionment Delay Governors Supplement proposes that $253,000,000 of the June Apportionment payment will be delayed until July 1 st. $13 million set-aside for financial assistance to cash poor districts to be administered by OSPI.

43 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 43 3/1/2014 Financial Assistance Loans Two discreet amounts in the Governors Supplemental Budget: – $15 million for district-needed assistance due to budget cuts. – $13 million for district due to Apportionment payment delay.

44 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 44 3/1/2014 Financial Assistance Loans Monies provided are an advance on Apportionment to be repaid by June Process of application is expected to be similar to the apportionment advance process detailed in the ABFR handbook. Actual application process has not yet been developed.

45 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 45 3/1/2014 Financial Assistance Loans Applications for June loans will require a number of assurances including one from the county treasurer that the county is unable to provide a loan or other assistance to the school district to accommodate the proposed one-day delay in June apportionment payment. June applications are tentatively required to be filed with this office by mid-April.

46 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 46 3/1/2014 Financial Assistance Loans OSPI will develop the application process and provide more information in February.

47 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 47 3/1/2014 Prototypical Funding Formula OSPI has provided on-site training on the new SHB 2776 formula at all ESD locations. All biennial budgets are expected to adopt the new prototypical funding formulae. The governors budget has adopted this.

48 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 48 3/1/2014 Prototypical Funding Formula The following materials are available on our website under the SHB2776 link. – Excel Beta models showing calculations and comparison at the district and school level. – OSPIs PowerPoints used during training.

49 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 49 3/1/2014 Prototypical Funding Formula The values used in transitioning to the new prototypical funding formula were intended to be cost neutral. Some breakage occurred; positive and negative. The Governors proposed biennial budget provides funding for districts losing dollars.

50 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 50 3/1/2014 The John Jenft Sheet The change to the new prototypical funding formula provides many-many more variables. The revised John Jenft sheet is on our website and now encompasses 4 pages. The first page covers the typical areas, the remaining three cover the full range of known variables that legislation could address.

51 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 51 3/1/2014 F-203 The system has been completely rewritten to address the prototypical model. The F-203 will be released as an X option next week. We will be providing K-20 training for each ESD region. See our website for the current schedule.

52 Financial Resources and Governmental Relations Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Slide 52 3/1/2014 Pivot Table Release Thank you for your patience! It was appreciated. The table reflects the new prototypical model calculations. The table does not project a maintenance level but rather a base level that reflects the special session changes and other legal changes that will affect The Pivot Table is now available on our website.

53 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations QUESTIONS?


Download ppt "Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Financial Resources and Governmental Relations K-20 on Special Session and Governors FY11 Supplemental and."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google