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Kingsport City Schools. FY 2012-2013 Budget Presentation To: City of Kingsport Board of Education April 26, 2012. Budget Totals. General Purpose Fund $ 64,894,084 Was $64,847,484 School Nutrition Fund 3,256,750 Federal Projects Fund 4,045,419

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Kingsport City Schools

FY 2012-2013 Budget Presentation

To: City of Kingsport

Board of Education

April 26, 2012

Revised After BOE Approval


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Budget Totals

  • General Purpose Fund$64,894,084

    Was $64,847,484

  • School Nutrition Fund 3,256,750

  • Federal Projects Fund 4,045,419

  • Special Projects Fund1,066,392

    Total All Funds$73,262,645

    Items in red are from the previous (4-19-12) presentation.

    Items in blue a new to this presentation.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

State BEP Revenue:

  • We have received the April estimate of BEP funds from the State of Tennessee. The total amount is $23,289,000. Which is an increase of $401,000from the original FY 2012 allocation.

  • We are also estimating that we will have 50 more students than the BEP estimate. We have added $170,000 for these students.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

State BEP Revenue:

  • The original projection for BEP funds was $23,683,000. The change in the equalization factor was not known when this projection was made. For Sullivan County the equalization factor decreased approximately 1%. If there were no change in this factor, KCS would have been projected to receive $23,727,000. This amount is $438,000 more than the April estimate.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

State Extended Contract Revenue:

  • The State’s budget for extended contracts has been decreased from $15M to $10M. This is a reduction of 33%. Kingsport has been receiving $192,300 for extended contracts. A 33% reduction for Kingsport is $64,100. At this time there has not been a corresponding reduction in expenditure.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

County property tax:

  • The estimate is based upon a 1.0 %increase in assessed value. This results in an estimate of $14,648,000. This amount is less than the current year estimate by $62,000.

  • The current year estimate is high because of the shift of property tax funds from education to debt service in Sullivan County. This costs KCS approximately $410,000 in property tax funds in FY 2012 and will again in FY 2013 and beyond.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

County property tax:

  • We are also estimating an increase in the Sullivan County ADA% of 0.5%. This generates an increase of $236,000.

  • The net increase in the estimate for property tax revenue is $174,000.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

Local Option Sales Tax:

  • Sales tax is based on a 3%increase. This generates an additional $218,000, which is an increase of $686,000 above the current year estimate.

  • We are projected to exceed this year’s estimate by $468,000.

  • We are also estimating an increase in the Sullivan county ADA% of 0.5%. This generates an increase of $126,000.

  • The total increase in the estimate for Local Option Sales Tax is $812,000.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

Transfers from the City of Kingsport:

  • For Operations: In order to balance revenues and expenditures, the transfer from the City of Kingsport for Operations has been increased by $2,425,030. This brings the total to $11,926,430.

    At this time there has not been change in the amount that KCS will receive from the City of Kingsport for operations. The current amount is $9,501,400.

  • For Debt Service: The recommended budget for 2013 reflects an increase in the city transfer for debt service of $57,350, for a total of $3,538,450.

  • The combined total is $15,464,880. In FY 2009 the total transfer was $14,893,300.

    The combined total is $13,039,850. In FY 2009 the total transfer was $14,893,300.

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General Purpose School FundRevenue Assumptions

Total Revenue:

At this time the total estimated revenue for the General Purpose School Fund for FY 2013 is $64,894,084.

At this time the total estimated revenue for FY 2013 is $62,469,054.

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

New Initiatives:

  • STEM School

    • 4.0 Middle School Teachers $245,200

    • Operating Expenses (Not Finalized) 275,000

    • Total$520,200

  • Early College

    • Tuition and Fees$ 73,900

    • Textbooks 25,500

    • Total$ 99,400

  • Total New Initiatives$619,600

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

New positions added due to increased enrollment:

  • 2.0Elementary Teachers

    3.0Elementary Teachers

  • 2.0 Middle School Teachers

  • 1.0ELL Teacher

  • 0.0Custodian

    1.0Custodian

  • 0.0 Maintenance Worker

    1.0 Maintenance Worker

  • (1.0) Other System-Wide

    To Be Determined

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

New positions added due to increased academics:

  • 2.0 High School Teachers

  • 1.0 E-Learning Coordinator

  • 12.0 Academic Coaches

    9.0 of these positions were previously funded with $750,000 of Education Jobs funds.

  • 3.0 Elementary Assistants to the Principal

  • Total Costs of All New Positions $1,575,500

    $1,518,800

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

Employee Pay Increase:

  • Teachers

    • Step Increases (Average 1.5%) $ 371,700

    • Cost Of Living Increase – 2.5% 823,100

      (1.0% = $330,000)

    • Total Costs of Teacher Pay Increase $1,194,800

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

Employee Pay Increase:

  • Classified Employees

    • Step Increases – 2.0% (Average 1.5%) $ 136,600

      (1.0% = $68,300)

    • Cost of Living Increase – 2.5% 197,700

      (1.0% = $79,000)

    • Total Costs of Classified Pay Increase $ 334,300

  • Total Costs of Employee Pay Increase $1,529,100

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

Employee Salary and Benefits:

  • There has also been $200,000 deducted from the projected salary and benefits to account for savings to be realized through employee turnover.

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

Examples of changes in continuation expenditures include:

  • Health Insurance(7% Increase)$194,650

  • Retirees Health Insurance 71,300

  • Worker’s Comp/Risk Admin/

    Building & Liability Insurance 49,200

  • City Disposal Fees 8,000

  • City Storm Water Fees12,000

  • Electricity125,000

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General Purpose School FundExpenditures

Examples of changes in expenditures for increased academics include:

  • Local Extended Contract Funds$ 64,100

  • Increase in Staff Development Budget 42,800

  • Grade Results Licenses (On-Line Courses) 24,000

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General Purpose School FundSummary

  • Previous Estimated Revenue$62,469,054

    • Increase in City Operations Transfer2,425,030

  • Current Estimated Revenue$64,894,084

  • Previous Expenditure Budget$64,847,484

    • Add: Assts. to Principals (3.0) 183,900

    • Add: Grade Results – On-Line Courses 24,000

    • Deduct: Discretionary Teacher (61,300)

    • Deduct: New Maint. Worker/New Custodian/

      Other System-Wide (100,000)

      Current Expenditure Budget$64,894,084

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School Nutrition Services Fund

  • The budget for 2012-2013 totals $3,256,750.

  • The School Nutrition Service fund continues to be self-supporting.

  • The budget continues to waive the fee charged to students that qualify for reduced-price meals. The amount of revenue lost is approximately $30,000.

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School Nutrition Services Fund

  • Based upon the new federal regulations, schools must now charge a minimum amount for meals. This minimum is based on the federal reimbursement rates. The proposed budget includes an increase in meals rates as follows:

    2012-132011-12

    Breakfast – All Schools $1.40 $1.25

    Lunch – Elementary Schools $2.05 $1.85

    Lunch – Middle/High Schools $2.25 $2.10

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Federal Projects Fund

  • Title I$1,724,048

  • Title II 324,654

  • Title III 11,419

  • Race to the Top400,000

  • I.D.E.A. Part-B1,425,600

  • I.D.E.A. Pre-School 41,137

  • Carl Perkins118,561

    Total$4,045,419

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School Special Projects Fund

  • Coordinated School Health$ 123,050

  • Family Resource Center 50,000

  • Homeless Education 37,000

  • Lottery After-School Grant 265,500

  • State Pre-School Grants 491,322

  • Safe Schools 45,800

  • Truancy Intervention 53,720

    Total$1,066,392

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Capital NeedsDobyns-Bennett High School – Wireless Network

  • Base Wireless$169,000

  • Includes 150 Access points so each classroom will have coverage. Up to 35 to 40 students can connect to one access point with no loss in network speed. Also includes all switches and other equipment needed to establish network. Includes estimate to run cabling to each access point. This would allow Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) or other 1:1 programs. Also wireless would extend to the stadium. Home side only.

  • Podnet – Wireless Management System$ 40,200

  • Allows the wireless network to be controlled. Instead of having a shared password to get on the wireless network, users would login just like they do on a desktop computer now. Allows a number of other control features for the wireless network.

  • Rogue Access Control System$ 59,000

  • This system detects users who are trying to share their Verizon or other cell phone service with other users. Phones can be used as wireless hotspots. This system detects them and shuts down the hotspot. It will also show within 3 feet where the hotspot is located.

  • Total$268,200

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Capital NeedsDobyns-Bennett High School

  • Secure Entrance

  • Health Science Classrooms

  • Business Academy

  • ROTC

  • Legion Center

  • Custodial Apartment

  • Enclosed Walkway from Cafeteria to CTE

  • Midland Center

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Kingsport City Schools

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