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Expenditure Reduction Plan Proposal to adjust Mt. Diablo Unified School District budgets: as a result of state budget crisis Budget Reduction List approved.

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1 Expenditure Reduction Plan Proposal to adjust Mt. Diablo Unified School District budgets: as a result of state budget crisis Budget Reduction List approved by the Board on March 11, 2003

2 February 28, 2003Slide 1 Criteria for budget reductions Maintain programs for students. Analyze program effectiveness Eliminate programs that are ineffective Maintain programs that are effective Ensure campuses are safe for students and staff. Health and safety Supervision of students Cleanliness Protect as many positions as possible. Honor our commitments and our promises to the public. Measure A and Measure C Kindergarten Class Size Reduction Shift expenditures to grants and other funding sources where possible Effect expenditure reductions across all programs. Honor collective bargaining contracts and comply with local, state and federal mandates.

3 February 28, 2003Slide 2 Estimated Amount of Reduction, (based on latest information from State of California) 2.15% to Revenue Limit ($100 per ADA)…… ….$3,637, % to Categorical Programs......$1,318, % to Restricted Programs $1,586,639 Supplemental grants Transportation, reg. and Spec. Ed. K-3 Class Size Reduction 9th Gr. Class Size Reduction Transitional Learning Com. Staff Develop. Buy-Back.74% to Special Education………....…$ 148,113 Total mid-year reduction…...…..$6,690,598

4 February 28, 2003Slide 3 Revenue Enhancements/Fund Shifts ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIME ONGOIN G IMPACT EMPLOYE E UNIT/DEPT Use Alternative Education administrators to cover administration of Gateway $41,295 Limited for Must replace position in DMA Transfer costs of positions to Restricted Maintenance account $128,690 NoneLocal One, M&O Transfer capital outlay from Adult Ed. lottery to General Purpose Fund $25,000 $50,000 $25,000 $50,000 Less funding available for facility improvements Adult Ed. Transfer cost of Job Developer Coach to Workability I grant $30,000 TOTAL$274,985$146,295$164,997

5 February 28, 2003Slide 4 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIME ONGOIN G IMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Reduce Curriculum and Instruction staff development $50,000 Less able to provide staff development C &I Use approx. half the Prop. 20 lottery carryover from to cover existing expenditures from General Purpose Fund for instructional materials and supplies $360,000 Fewer funds available to purchase new instructional materials C & I Reduce Self-Insurance Fund$400,000 Lessens Districts ability to pay claims Risk Mgmt. Transfer excess Deferred Maintenance appropriations to General Purpose $1,000,000 Less available for maintenance projects Deferred Maintenance Transfer energy support funds $142,888 Less flexibility to address one time needs All Transfer lottery reserves to General Purpose $237,045 Less flexibility to address one time needs Board of Education

6 February 28, 2003Slide 5 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Transfer miscellaneous Mandated Cost revenue $91,222 Less flexibility to address one time needs Mandated Costs Reduce temporary landscape budget $11,000 Limited ability to maintain grounds Reduce elementary parent-teacher conference period budget $20,000 No impact Reduce legal fees by $50,000 annually $50,000 Would help the budget Delay purchase of test preparation materials $20,000 TOTAL $2,382,155$2,301,155$81,000

7 February 28, 2003Slide 6 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNT ONE- TIME ONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYE E UNIT/DEPT Reorganize Altern. Ed. by 1 admin position $105,404 Could reduce serviceDMA Eliminate 1 FTE high school administrator at alternative high school $91,598 Reduced admin. support for the alternative program. DMA Eliminate elementary V.P. position over formula = 1 position $75,104 Possible only if enrollment does not increase DMA Eliminate new V.P posi-tion at Clayton Valley H.S. =1 position $101,144 Possible only if enrollment does not reach 2,000 DMA Eliminate all high school V.P. positions over formula = 3 positions $303,432 Increased workload; Reduced supervision at schools. Affects College Park, Mt. Diablo, and Ygnacio Valley DMA TOTAL $676,682

8 February 28, 2003Slide 7 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Increase secondary staffing formula by one at the high school (from 1:29.5 to 1:30.5) = 11 positions $563,200 May be difficult to offer students the same number of classes. MDEA Increase middle school staffing formula by one (from 28.5 to 29.5) = 10 positions $512,000 May be difficult to offer students the same number of classes. MDEA Eliminate 10.5 secondary positions assigned to Assoc. Supt. $537,600 MDEA Increase elementary staffing by.5 in Gr. 4-6 = 3 positions $153,600 May result in more students being overflowed MDEA Reduce up to 44 elementary positions due to cut in Class Size Reduction funding $972,800 Could mean elimin- ation of Option 1 Class Size Reduc- tion in K or Gr 3 MDEA

9 February 28, 2003Slide 8 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNT ONE- TIME ONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Decrease Olympic staffing by one. Staff to formula = 1 position $51,200 Fewer course selections MDEA Reduce two Special Education positions $102,400 Possible only if not needed to serve number of students identified MDEA Eliminate one nurse position $50,000 Increased case- load for remaining nurses MDEA TOTAL $2,944,000

10 February 28, 2003Slide 9 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Eliminate one grounds- keeper position (vacant) $45,040 Reduced grounds service Local One M & O Eliminate Energy Conservation Tech $72,613 Local One M & O Eliminate 1.0, 12-month Groundskeeper/ Gardener (vacant) $47,505 Reduced grounds service at schools Local One M & O Eliminate month Upholstery Technician; Upgrade Vehicle Service Tech. to Vehicle Service Tech. II $28,411 No impact – position is vacant. Local One M & O Reduce Delivery Driver by 25% (8 to 6 hours/day) $9,525 May reduce number of deliveries Eliminate Grounds Installation Leadworker $33,557 Must negotiate transfer of duties and add one position Local One M&O

11 February 28, 2003Slide 10 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Eliminate one FTE Instructional Media Assistant $39,438 Reduced service. Library closed for one period. Local One CST Eliminate.60 Instructional Media Assistant $26,742 Reduced service. Library closed for one period. Local One CST Reduce Programmer Analyst 50% $34,000 Impact click, drag, and drill report. Local One CST Reduce Special Ed. Administrative Secretary by 50% $25,569 Reduced clerical support for program specialist Local One CST Reduce Mail Clerk by 50% $26,563 Reduced delivery service to schools, departments Local One CST TOTAL $398,452

12 February 28, 2003Slide 11 Expenditure Reduction Plan: General Purpose Fund ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Consolidate two 6-hour Special Ed. positions $55,270 Possible only if not needed to serve number of students identified CSEA TOTAL $55,270 TOTAL PROPOSED REDUCTIONS $6,731,54 4 $2,447,450$4,320,401

13 February 28, 2003Slide 12 State budget impact Categorical Budget ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT /DEPARTMENT Reduce Categorical Budgets by 10.82% $1,318,832 $1,318,832 less for categorical programs Positions in several units are funded by Categorical Funds or local, state, or federal grants.

14 February 28, 2003Slide 13 Expenditure Reduction Plan: Categorical Budget ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Eliminate two Reading Specialists funded by Miller Unruh, supple- mental grant, Gen. Fund $122,713 Reduced service at two schools MDEA Eliminate two coaches funded by BTSA/PAR $130,000 Reduced support for new teachers; could impact recruitment MDEA Eliminate 2.4 Digital High School positions due to funding reduction. $122,880 Impact instructional tech. programs at high schools MDEA Eliminate.4 FTE in Partnership Academy $25,000 Impact academy pro-grams at high schools MDEA Eliminate 2.0 FTE in Gr. 9 due to cuts in Class Size Reduction funds. $101,000 Fewer CSR classes at the high schools MDEA

15 February 28, 2003Slide 14 Expenditure Reduction Plan: Categorical Budget ITEMAMOUNTONE-TIMEONGOINGIMPACT EMPLOYEE UNIT/DEPT Reduce.8 FTE in ROP due to funding cuts $80,000 No sports medicine internship program at Northgate or Ygnacio Valley High Eliminate 19-hour Instructional Assistant funded by ROP $8,000 Less support for Serendipity Program Reduce ROP school liaison agreement $22,500 Eliminate 2.59 teacher positions (now vacant) funded by Economic Impact Aid $132,608 Reduced services to students Eliminate 3.24 Senior Instruc. Assistant positions (now vacant) funded by Economic Impact Aid $100,000 Reduced services to students TOTAL$844,701

16 February 28, 2003Slide 15 Impact to MDUSD if Funding to Cities and Counties is Reduced School Resource Officers Crossing Guards Counseling Pleasant Hill$ 9,000 Concord$45,000 Walnut Creek$30,000 Mental Health Services Facility and/or ground maintenance

17 February 28, 2003Slide 16 Revenue Enhancement: Potential Strategies Foundation funding Corporate sponsorship Increased fees Facility use Transportation Participation fees for co-curricular activities Employee fingerprinting


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