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Proposed 2011-2012 Budget.  Teaching – Regular School  Special Education  Pupil Personnel Services  Revenue  Budget Summary.

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1 Proposed 2011-2012 Budget

2  Teaching – Regular School  Special Education  Pupil Personnel Services  Revenue  Budget Summary

3  Elementary - Grades K to 5 ◦ Increased by 45 students ◦ Kindergarten at 548  Middle School - Grades 6 to 8 ◦ Decreased by 35 students ◦ Grade 7 at 520 (highest in several years)  High School – Grades 9 to 12 ◦ Little change from previous year  Total Enrollment ◦ Increase of 62 students

4  Projected increase in Elementary & Middle Schools  Slight Decrease in the High School  Monitor Closely the Alternative and Out of District Program Placements  PreK Program to private childcare providers

5  Average Class Size 2010-11 is 21.0  Projected Class Size 2011-2012 is 21.4  Church Street average of 21.7  George Washington average of 21.3  Mamaroneck Avenue average of 21.1  Post Road average of 21.5  Ridgeway average of 21.7

6 2009-20102010-2011% CHG Teaching – Regular School $ 57,899,185 $ 58,076,6880.3% BOCES – Occupational Education $ 678,000$ 830,74922.5% Special Education $ 23,399,982 $ 24,791,6375.9% Pupil Personnel Services $ 5,888,331 $ 5,715,149-2.9% Instructional Part 2 - Total $ 87,865,498 $ 89,414,2231.8%

7  Budget of $58,076,688 an increase of $177,503  Includes: Elementary, Middle, High School, Homebound Instruction and Community School

8  Personnel Staffing of $49,927,499 an increase of $507,283  Teachers Salaries of $44,381,594  Teaching Assistants of $3,446,023  Classified Salaries of $2,099,882  Negotiated Salary Increases and Staff Reductions

9  Budget of $2,047,108 a decrease of $607,137  Includes: Alternative Programs to help students graduate  Transfer of TSAP students to High School  Several Staff Reductions

10  Budget of $3,790,609 an increase of $391,853  Includes: Instructional Specialists, Newcomer Center, Contract for Excellence, and ARRA- Educational Stabilization Fund  Retirement Incentive Costs  Credits and Degrees  Substitutes and Extra Pay of $1,521,000

11  Budget of $54,080 a decrease of $1,020  Includes: Instructional Program Equipment greater than $1,000  2009-10 Actual was $78,435  Budget 2010-11 is $55,100  Proposed Budget 2011-12 is $54,080

12  Budget of $324,152 a decrease of $158,565  Includes: Instructional programs including Reading Intervention, AVID, Dual Language and Spanish Chess  Instructional Travel/conference at $17,175

13  Budget of $1,003,261 an increase of $152,815  Includes: The lease cost for copiers, service and repairs of equipment, and tuition  Planned decreases in copier costs  Program cost savings  Foster Tuition reflects actual experience

14  Budget of $433,256 a decrease of $10,057  Includes: Purchase of new and replacement textbooks and workbooks  State provides Textbook Aid for up to approximately $433,256

15  Budget of $830,749 an increase of $82,749  Includes: BOCES Alternative High School, Arts in General Education, and Occupational Education.  District receives BOCES Aid between 30% and 50%

16  Budget of $545,080 a decrease of $61,975  Includes: Supplies and instructional materials for each school.  Principal discretion to allocate funds  Savings projected across the district

17  Staffing includes Special Ed. Teachers, Speech, Psychologist & Social Worker  Support staff includes 81 Teaching Assistants  BOCES & Private placed students  Budget reflects the student IEP needs  Support from Federal Grants and State Aid ◦ Includes $1,300,000 IDEA ARRA into budget

18  Budget of $24,791,637 an increase of $1,291,655  Includes: Addresses the needs of students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment.  Services could include: ◦ Occupational Therapy ◦ Physical Therapy ◦ Speech Services ◦ Services to Autistic students

19  Attendance - Regular School  Guidance  Health Services  Psychological Services – Regular Schools  Social Work Services – Regular Schools  Speech Services – Regular Schools

20  Budget of $197,653 a decrease of $47,160  Includes: Daily and period-by-period attendance  Consultant services of a Private Investigator  Clerical budget code realignment

21  Budget of $2,130,313 a decrease of $52,498  Includes: Counseling Services begin at Middle School and continue through High School.  Clerical budget code realignment

22  Budget of $1,830,964 a decrease of $21,120  Includes: Health Services provided by nurses in all district schools and private schools in White Plains, as mandated.  Payments for health services provided to White Plains students in other districts.

23  Budget of $655,305 a decrease of $55,855  Includes: Psychologists provide a wide range of services to all students  Some support from Federal Grants

24  Budget of $696,413 an increase of $1,971  Includes: Social Worker establishes positive relationships with families as a means of facilitating social and academic continuity for the students.  Some support from Federal Grants

25  Budget of $204,501 an increase of $1,480  Includes: Speech Pathologist provide a wide range of services to a select group of students.

26 2010-20112011-2012Difference% Change PILOTS $ 8,432,908 $ 9,153,450720,542 8.5% Foster Tuition $ 1,100,000 $ 800,000 - 300,000- 27.3% Health Services Other Districts $ 1,100,000 $ 1,000,000- 100,000- 9.1% Interfund Revenue $ 0 $ 600,000600,000N.A. Utility Tax $ 5,500,000 $ 5,000,000- 500,000- 9.1% Other Revenue $ 2,852,000 $ 2,587,951- 264,049- 9.3% State Aid $ 13,270,000 $ 11,886,209- 1,383,791- 10.4% Property Tax Levy $ 151,278,988 $153,784,6202,505,632 1.7% $ 183,533,896 $ 184,812,2301,278,334 0.7%

27  Increase in PILOT Payments + 720,542  Decrease in Foster Tuition - 300,000  Decrease Health Services - 100,000  Decrease Adult Education Tuition - 190,049  Decrease in Utility Sales Tax - 500,000  Increase in Interfund Revenue + 600,000  Decrease in State Aid - 1,383,791  Overall Revenue Decrease $ - 1,227,298

28 Staff Reductions Classified Staff (34.50 FTE) $1,490,000 Certified Staff (22.30 FTE) 2,600,000 Job Stabilization Fund (-8.80 FTE) (880,000) Net Staff Changes (48.00 FTE) 3,210,000 Other Major Budget Reductions Legal Services 65,000 Administrator Retirement Incentives 375,000 Delay in tax Cert Financing 1,800,000 Reduce Technology Equipment 500,000 Reduce Total Supply Budget 250,000 Co-curricular/Interscholastic Sports0 Summer School Transportation 60,000 $6,260,000

29  Summer School Gr. 8-12 increased by $100,000  Restored Co-Curricular/Sports cut of $50,000  Restored 4 Teaching Assistant positions $160,000  Increase for natural Gas Contingency of $170,000  Restored.50 FTE Instr. Specialist/Coach at $50,000  Reading Intervention Programs of $240,000  Continue review of Jobs Stabilization Fund

30 RTI: Comprehensive reading Intervention Programs for Secondary Students Read 180 Grade 6, 140 students = $100,000 Grade 9. 140 students = $100,000 Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) Grade 5 and Grade 7, all students = $40,000 * ONE TIME START-UP COSTS – Total maintenance will cost $10,000/year

31  Proposed Expenditures $ 184,812,230  Estimated Revenue 31,027,610 (Non Property Tax Revenue)  Estimated 2011-12 Tax Levy $153,784,620  Increase of $2,505,632  or 1.66%

32  Proposed 2011-12 Tax Levy$153,784,620  Assessed Valuation$279,791,432  Proposed Tax Rate$ 549.64  Actual 2010-11 Tax Rate 534.63  Dollar Change$ 15.01  Percent Change 2.81%  Last Year’s Tax Rate Increase 3.78%


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