Presentation on theme: "Every student. every classroom. every day. 2008-09 Budget Update: Impact of Governors Budget Proposal Wednesday March 26, 2008."— Presentation transcript:
every student. every classroom. every day Budget Update: Impact of Governors Budget Proposal Wednesday March 26, 2008
Perfect Storm of Financial Pressures State education funding budget reduction of $5 billion. For OUSD that means: – $15.7 million reduction in General Purpose funds, and – $7 million reduction in state categorical funds. State take back of all state categorical carryover funds for High number of schools with very small enrollment – Financial impact being analyzed with Multi-Year Fiscal Sustainability Plan (MYFSP) Continued declining enrollment. For OUSD in that means: – $4 million reduction in general purpose funds, – $2 million reduction in state categorical funds, and – $1.3 million reduction in federal categorical funds. Reduction of Expect Success funding – $9 million budget reduced to $2 million for (categorical funds) Total Projected Funding Reduction for – $19.7 million in General Purpose funds – $17.3 million in Categorical funds
every student. every classroom. every day. 3 Protecting Our Investments Small schools/small learning communities Small networks with focus on principal development & whole school improvement – Focus on Results, Performance Fact, BayCES, Principal Leadership Institute (PLI), Univ. of California - Berkeley Strategic initiatives tied to our goals: – Open Court; ELD/Academic English Development (AED) – Elementary math reform, expanding up to Algebra – Professional Learning Communities / Results-Based Inquiry (RBI) – Assessment system, including writing proficiency assessments – College and Career readiness audit; EdTrust West partnership – Family Engagement – Complementary Learning (Health/Wellness; Extended Learning)
Impact of Governors Budget Strategies for OUSD has taken strategic steps to ensure these budget cuts are in the best interest of educating our children: – Reducing Central Administration costs by at least 12%, – Combining typical attrition with a staff restructuring plan, – Continuing to implement a targeted hiring freeze, and – Making a one-time withdrawal from the designated for uncertainty reserve while maintaining the 2% fund balance required by state law.
Impact of Governors Budget General Fund Reductions UNRESTRICTED ONLYCentral OfficeSchoolsTotal Certificated Staff 512,0902,796,8073,308,897 Classified Staff 1,787,4672,231,4984,018,965 Benefits 496,5672,513,4033,009,970 Books & Supplies 520, , ,973 Services & Equip. 692, ,4741,473,856 Subtotal4,009,3668,777,295 % Reduction from WB12%7.6% Reserves for Uncertainty 2,746,515 Total6,755,8818,777,29515,533,176
every student. every classroom. every day. 6 Impact of Governors Budget K-12 Certificated Staff Changes K-12 Certificated Staff Change (All Resources)Change in FTE Assistant Principals(9.4) Counselor(5.7) Intervention Specialist(7.2) Nurse(2.0) Teacher EEIP(8.1) Teacher, Instructional Facilitator(4.4) Teacher on Special Assignment (TSA)(12.2) Teacher STIP(15.5) Subtotal – K-12 Certificated Staff(64.5)
every student. every classroom. every day. 7 Impact of Governors Budget K-12 Classroom Teacher Changes K-12 Classroom Teacher Changes (All Resources)FTE Consolidation requests67.7 Vacancies created via employee status changes - Retirement or resignations Release due to temporary contract/probation33.4 Subtotal59.6 K-12 Classroom Teacher variance7.1
every student. every classroom. every day. 8 Impact of Governors Budget K-12 Classified Staff Changes K-12 Classified Staff Change (All Resources)Change in FTE Administrative Assistant(2.5) Clerk (Attendance, Typist, etc.)(26.3) Community Assistant/Coordinator(5.1) Instructional Aide(7.5) Noon Supervisor(7.4) Outreach Consultant(3.1) School Security Officer(6.2) Secretary(3.0) Subtotal – K-12 Classified Staff(61.1)
every student. every classroom. every day. 9 Impact of Governors Budget Central Office Staff Changes – GP Only Central Office Staff Change (GP)FTE Central Office Staff reductions28.5 Central Office managers are in the process of making specific reductions to their budgets.
10 Multi-Year Budget Projections: Unrestricted, General Purpose Fund Beginning Fund Balance18,371,08417,716,08014,969,565 Total Revenues257,428,600243,916,982247,815,242 Salary & Benefits193,834,172183,673,860184,377,100 Books & Supplies9,146,0456,887,0156,955,993 Services, Operating, & Outlay30,670,08328,004,58127,709,707 Outgo & Transfers24,433,30428,098,04128,404,382 Total Expenditures258,083,604246,663,497247,447,182 Net Increase/(Decrease)(655,004)(2,746,515)368,059 Ending Fund Balance17,716,08014,969,56515,337,624
Current Financial Situation – Utilization of the year-end closing documents (Unaudited Actuals) to complete state required financial reports, – Balancing revenues and expenditures – Producing a multi-year budget that meets the designated reserve for uncertainty requirements – Separating on-going and one-time expenditures, – Maximizing revenue enhancement opportunities, and – Establishing a proactive relationship with the State Controllers Office to resolve Districts historical financial situation.
Financial Situation Remedy – audit completed January, 2007 by State Controllers Office (SCO). The audit is in the process of being completed. Various on-going financial deficiencies have been noted by the SCO. The Finance Department is working with the SCO to resolve all audit findings. Significant issues include the following: Cash account deficiencies; includes Warrant pass-through fund. Un- reconciled differences go back to at least 2002 Payroll account deficiencies; includes payroll clearing account Self –insurance fund deficiencies; includes maintaining reserves at the required actuarial reserves Capital asset valuation report Associated student body and subsidiary funds – A strong working relationship has been forged between the District and the State Controllers Office to reconcile the historical deficiencies noted in the SCO audits – Our Finance Department has made significant strides in the last three months to reconcile and resolve financial issues that have been outstanding for the last few years