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BRUNEAU-GRAND VIEW JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT #365. PATRON INFORMATION MEETING SUPPLEMENTAL SCHOOL LEVY. AGENDA. INTRODUCTIONS TERMS TO KNOW ENROLLMENT DECLINE FUNDING SOURCES FOR OUR SCHOOLS TODAY REVENUE REDUCTION THE PAST 5 YEARS DISTRICT REDUCTIONS TO MEET LOWER REVENUES

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Bruneau grand view joint school district 365

BRUNEAU-GRAND VIEW JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT #365

PATRON INFORMATION MEETING

SUPPLEMENTAL SCHOOL LEVY


Agenda

AGENDA

  • INTRODUCTIONS

  • TERMS TO KNOW

  • ENROLLMENT DECLINE

  • FUNDING SOURCES FOR OUR SCHOOLS TODAY

  • REVENUE REDUCTION THE PAST 5 YEARS

  • DISTRICT REDUCTIONS TO MEET LOWER REVENUES

  • 2011/2012 BUDGET ISSUES

  • 2012/2013 BUDGET PROJECTIONS


Agenda continued

AGENDA CONTINUED

  • FINANCIAL NEED TO SUSTAIN CURRENT STAFF AND SERVICES FOR 2012/2013 AND 2013/2014.

  • ADDITIONAL NEEDS TO IMPROVE EDUCATION FOR STUDENTS AND RESOURCES FOR STAFF 2012/2013 AND BEYOND

  • SUPPLEMENTAL LEVY—COST TO PATRONS

  • DECISIONS TO MAKE IF IT DOES NOT PASS

  • ADDITIONAL COMMENTS FROM BOARD AND ADMINISTRATION

  • PATRON QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS


Introductions

introductions

Board and Presenters


Terms to know

Terms to know

  • General Fund

  • Investment Pool

  • PLANT FACILITIES FUNDS

  • BOND LEVY

  • M & O

  • SUPPLEMENTAL LEVY

  • CONTINGENCY IN GENERAL FUND

  • STUDENTS COME FIRST

  • PAY FOR PERFORMANCE

  • USE IT OR LOSE IT


Bruneau grand view joint school district 365

ENROLLMENT DECLINE 1995 - 2011

Sept. 1995Sept. 1996Sept. 1997 Sept. 1998 Nov. 1999

B - 70B - 72 B - 64 B - 57 B - 57

GV - 225GV - 213 GV - 204 GV - 221GV - 228

RR - 250RR - 255RR - 243RR - 234RR - 223

Total 545Total 540Total 511 Total 512 Total 508

Nov. 2000Nov. 2001Nov. 2002 Nov. 2003Nov. 2004

B - 49B - 55B - 57 B - 57B - 70

GV - 220GV - 228GV - 210 GV - 190GV - 144

RR - 202RR - 191RR - 182RR - 193RR - 191

Total 471 Total 474Total 449 Total 440Total 405

Nov. 2005Sept. 2006May 2007 Sept. 2008Nov. 2009

B - 63B - 56B- 54 B-- 40 B 53

GV - 113GV - 118GV- 115 GV -- 131 GV 122

RR - 193RR - 179RR-----172RR 184RR 167

Total 369 Total 353Total 341 Total 355 Total 342

May 2010May 2011March 2012****

B -48B -57B - 42

GV -124 GV -128GV - 117

RR -165RR -139RR - 165

Total 337Total 324Total 324

*****First year that all sixth grade students attend Rimrock---23

214 less students than 17 years ago.

22 less than 4 years ago.


Funding sources for our schools today

Funding sources for our schools today

  • Bond—Improvements made 5 years ago on all buildings and technology. Paid off over 20 years. Can only be used for plant/facilities. $179,000 IP rebate and interest.

  • Sales Tax—Collected by state and distributed to schools through the funding formula according to ADA.

  • Lottery—Now included to make up for general fund decline instead of being above the normal general fund allotment. The new state budget gives 50% less in this fund.

  • LEP State Funds

  • Federal Funds—Forest, Title I, Title II, Special Ed., Migrant

  • Agriculture Replacement

  • Endowment/Lands

  • NO CURRENT SUPPLEMENTAL LEVY—80 of 115 districts currently run on supplemental levies. Owyhee County - 30% less than average state property tax rate.


Revenue reduction the past 5 years

Revenue reduction the past 5 years

  • $908,538.88 in reduced state revenue. $500,000 in the last 2 years(investment pool)

  • $108,000—Agriculture Exemption Replacement Money. Phased it out over the last five years. Now “$0”.

  • Lottery, Textbook, Remediation now included in general fund allotment to make budget instead of being added after general fund total.

  • Federal Programs grant allocations reduced each year. Could be gone altogether by end of next year. Currently the state is predicting 18% cut from Federal Government Federal Programs.

  • $85,000 State Discretionary Technology Money


Revenue reduction the past 5 years cont d

Revenue reduction the past 5 years cont’d

  • 2% Reduced compounded each year from the state now through at least 2014. Will not be made up by other monies to fund Students Come First.

  • Students Come First—Legislation last session that set new requirements for students, staff, and administration and costs added that were not funded.

  • Pay for Performance—Previous amounts paid for salaries will be reduced and the state will distribute the difference to staff at certain schools that have met the proficiency/growth levels. Currently, the state is advertising that this will be above salary.


District reductions to meet previous lower revenues

District reductions to meet previous lower revenues

  • 2005/06 TO CURRENT REDUCED 16.25 STAFF (includes teachers, paras, and transportation/maintenance).

  • 4-DAY WEEK (Approx. $75,000)

  • 6th GRADE TO RIMROCK—($85,000—Eliminated 2 full-time teacher positions)

  • Half-time Superintendent/Rimrock Principal ($60,000)All of last year, ¾ of this year.

  • Eliminated ½ Elementary Principal

  • Eliminated 1 ½ PE positions

  • Eliminated ½ District Technician Position

  • Eliminated ½ Foreign Language Position

  • Reduced the Number of Athletic Contests

  • Have not Purchased a New Bus since 2008


District reductions cont d

District reductions cont’d

  • Eliminated ½ Rimrock Business Tech Position

  • Eliminated ½ Rimrock History Position

  • Eliminated ½ Librarian at Rimrock

  • Eliminated 1 maintenance position

  • Eliminated 1 bus routes

  • Eliminated ½ Rimrock English Position

  • Eliminated ½ Certified Special Ed. Teacher

  • LEP program funded with 2 ½ time paras and a part-time certified teacher rather than 1 full-time certified teacher and a full time para.

  • Have not purchased text books at Rimrock since 2008. Some textbooks are 14 years old

  • Eliminated Field Trips except through grants or community support.


2011 2012 budget issues

2011/2012 budget issues

  • $130,000 short even with $84,000 in savings from moving the 6th grade.

    • Lost 99% Protection

    • Less Fund Balance

    • Loss of Some Federal Dollars

  • $10,000 left in contingency fund down from $160,000 since 2009-2010


2012 2013 budget projections

2012/2013 budget projections

  • Superintendent Luna asked the legislature to cut an additional $1.5 million from the 2012-2013 public schools budget. Governor Otter requested $31.5 million less for 2012-2013. Salary funding increased. All other areas decreased except technology where they have put $3M to cover laptops for teachers.

  • IDLA increasing in cost from $75 per class per student to approximately $325 per class per student. If the same number of students take IDLA next year as this year it will cost the district an additional $35,000

  • District would still be at least $250,000 short if we maintained the same budget.


Financial need to sustain current staff and students for 2012 2014

Financial need to sustain current staff and students for 2012-2014

  • $350,000 is needed to maintain the maintenance and operation of our schools at the current level for each year.


Additional needs to improve education for students and resources for staff 2012 2014

Additional needs to improve education for students and resources for staff 2012-2014

  • The board settled on $425,000 rather than the $350,000 or $600,000 that were discussed at the first public meeting. This would meet current expenditures, take care of replacing the 3 servers that are needed for all district information and programs, replace 30-- 8 yr. old computers, as well as move some staff salaries from Federal Funds.


Bruneau grand view joint school district 365

  • $100,000 Home Value with Exemption No Ag Land

  • Home Value $100,000.00 Supplemental Levy Amount Per Year $425,000.00

  • Home Value Minus Exemption $50,000.00 School Districts Market Value $183,159,127.00

  • Ag Land Value $ - Supplemental Levy Rate 0.00232038669

  • Taxable Value $50,000.00

  • Increase Per Year $116.02

  • Increase Per Month $9.67

  • $100,000 Home Value with Exemption and $100,000 with Ag Land

  • Home Value $100,000.00 Supplemental Levy Amount Per Year $425,000.00

  • Home Value Minus Exemption $50,000.00 School Districts Market Value $183,159,127.00

  • Ag Land Value $100,000.00 Supplemental Levy Rate 0.00232038669

  • Taxable Value $150,000.00

  • Increase Per Year $348.06

  • Increase Per Month $29.00


Additional comments from board and administration

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS FROM BOARD AND ADMINISTRATION

  • If the state comes up with additional monies that would decrease the need for the levy in the second year, we would request that decrease be applied to the district property tax.

  • To calculate your personal property tax increase, please go to the district website, right column on the home page and click on the supplemental levy calculator. You can use the information provided in your last tax statement to input to get the monthly and annual tax increase.


Decisions to make if it does not pass

DECISIONS TO MAKE IF IT DOES NOT PASS

  • Eliminate Bussing—This would only save $30,000

  • Cut Programs

    • Sports (estimated savings of $73,000)

  • Cut Supplies

    • Paper (estimated savings of $4,500)

  • Staff

    • Cutting teaching positions does not save money because the state reimburses us for the number of teachers we currently have

    • Counselor (estimated savings of $42,500)

    • Reduce Office Staff (estimated savings of $22,000)

  • Maintenance

    • Lawn Care (estimated savings of $31,000)

    • Reduce Custodial staff (current staff salary and benefits for 5 custodians $120,000)

  • Other

    • Sell property – 4 rentals, football field in Grand View


Patron questions and comments

PATRON QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS


Contact information

CONTACT INFORMATION

  • CATHY SELLMAN, BUSINESS MANAGER 834-2253

  • VICKIE L. CHANDLER, SUPT. 834-2300

  • YOUR INDIVIDUAL BOARD MEMBERS

    • Dixie Black 845-2222

    • Marie Robertson 845-2649

    • Lori Bennett 834-2106

    • Howard Field 834-2132

    • Joe Merrick 834-2641


Thank you for coming

THANK YOU FOR COMING!!!

REMEMBER TO VOTE MARCH 13, 2012!


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