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Lodi Unified School District 2010/11 Superintendent’s Budget Advisory Committee. Mr. Jeff Johnston, Co-Chairperson Mr. Ed Eldridge, Co-Chairperson. Superintendent’s Budget Advisory Committee (SBAC) Function.

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Lodi unified school district 2010 11 superintendent s budget advisory committee

Lodi Unified School District2010/11 Superintendent’s Budget Advisory Committee

Mr. Jeff Johnston, Co-Chairperson

Mr. Ed Eldridge, Co-Chairperson


Superintendent s budget advisory committee sbac function

Superintendent’s Budget Advisory Committee (SBAC) Function

  • “The SBAC shall serve the LUSD in an advisory capacity on matters pertaining to District finances. The function of the committee shall be:

    • To review the budget, procedures, or any specific study items as requested by the Superintendent

    • To provide written recommendations to the Superintendent

    • To provide any oral presentations to the Board of Education at the Superintendent’s request

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Mission

Mission

  • While a formal mission statement was not adopted by the SBAC, strong consideration was given to the following Board goals:

    • LUSD as an “Education Destination”

    • All schools striving to reach 800 API

    • Strategies that will best serve students/school sites

    • What is our “worst-case” scenario?

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2010 11 sbac representatives

Community Representatives

Steve Reeves

Real Descent

Carlos Ambriz

Denise Schenone

Jeff Duckworth

Calvin Young

Employee Group Representatives

Michelle Madrid, LUSG

Ed Eldridge, LUSDAA

Rhonda Baumgartner, LPPA

Sue Kenmotsu, LEA

Barbara Tingey, LEA

Jeff Johnston, LEA

Debra Ladwig, CSEA

Denise Morgan, CSEA

Valerie McFee, Confidential

2010/11 SBAC Representatives

Superintendent’s Representatives

  • Fran Skipton

  • Scott Mattei

Student Representatives

  • Mandy Majidian, THS

  • Wranga Zadran, McNair HS

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Committee meeting dates

Committee Meeting Dates

  • October 20, 2010

  • October 27, 2010

  • November 17, 2010

  • January 19, 2011

  • January 26, 2011

  • February 9, 2011

  • February 23, 2011

  • March 2, 2011

  • April 6, 2011

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Significant events

Significant Events

  • LUSD transition of CBO and Director of Budgets

  • LUSD election of school board, including 4 new members

  • Establishment of initial goal of $15 million in targeted reductions

  • LUSD/CSEA settlement of contract

  • Continued uncertainty of California economic conditions

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New formats for sbac

New formats for SBAC

  • The SBAC made several changes in format for the 2010-11 cycle

    • Public comment allowed at each meeting

    • Group members were seated in smaller group tables, rather than a “board room” seating arrangement.

      • Facilitated inter-group discussion, reduced “partisanship”.

    • On-going public and stakeholder input via district e-mails, online survey, suggestion drop boxes, etc.

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General points of consensus

General Points of Consensus

  • The SBAC began by examining work previously completed by prior-year committees

  • The SBAC examined recommendations and reductions made by the LUSD Board for the 2010-11 adopted budget

  • A conscious decision was made by the committee not to make specific recommendations with regards to individual employee groups or individual positions

    • The committee did include the reduction in certificated positions approved in board resolution 2011-14, February 15, 2011

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Committee recommendations

Committee Recommendations

  • Recommended Tier III Sweeps

  • 10% reduction in Co-Curricular Athletics

  • Closure of Tokay Colony, Elkhorn, & Clements

  • Committee chose to have the Board of Education prioritize reductions

  • Reductions considered, but not recommended

    • Pool Closures

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Summary of tier iii sweeps

Summary of Tier III Sweeps

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Summary of tier iii sweeps continuation

Summary of Tier III Sweeps (continuation)

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Barometer of reductions

Barometer of Reductions

Reaching the Goal!

$15,000,000

$78,096

10% Co-Curricular Athletics

$357,614

Recommended School Closures

$7,960,011

Certificated PKS (Particular Kinds of Service)

$395,455

JAESC Reductions

$7,057,932

Tier III Sweeps

$1,400,000

CSEA Negotiations

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**These Reductions Total $17,249,108


Thank you

Thank You!!!

  • Questions or Comments?

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