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District financial update and planning for 2009 10

LODI UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTBusiness Services

District Financial Update

and Planning for 2009/10

Board of Education Study Session

October 28, 2008

Prepared by:

Dr. Cathy Washer

Douglas Barge

Carrie Hargis

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Executive summary

Executive Summary

  • State is moving toward mid-year changes to their budget

    • These will likely affect schools

  • The District may well continue to lose students as the housing and finance markets work themselves out

  • Budget reductions are clearly necessary

    • The amount needed to balance the District is growing

  • District’s cash investments seem to be in good hands per reports from the County Treasurer and NorCal Relief staff

  • This report outlines current trends and overall strategies for planning and making adjustments to the budget this year and next

I-1


Table of contents

Table of Contents

DESCRIPTION

PAGE #

  • Introduction 1

  • State Budget - Unrestricted 1

  • State Budget – Impact on Categoricals1 – 3

  • Food Services1 – 3

  • Ending Fund Balances 1

  • Enrollment1 – 5

  • Preliminary Financial Concerns for 2009/101 – 4

  • Setting the Stage - Now1 – 3

  • Start Planning for Next Year – Now1 – 2

  • Recommendations 1

  • AppendixA – D

  • i


    Introduction

    Introduction

    • The District is facing a compounding set of problems this coming year

      • International economy is tanking

      • National economy has tanked

      • State economy has tanked

      • State’s budget is out of balance

      • State’s budget is structurally out of balance

    • And now enrollment growth has not only evaporated, but the enrollment is declining

    • This report will show the impact on other District programs as well

    I-1


    State budget unrestricted

    State BudgetUnrestricted

    II


    K 12 revenue limit cola

    5.66% COLA Increase

    *

    .68% Funded

    2008-09 Base Revenue Limit

    (Funded)

    Negotiated

    Agreements

    2008-09 Revenue Limit Adopted

    K-12 Revenue Limit “COLA”

    $800,463

    *Net result is 4.713% K-12 revenue limit deficit

    II-1


    State budget impact on categoricals

    State Budget – Impact on Categoricals

    III


    Restricted funds

    Restricted Funds

    Description

    Est. Funding Level

    LUSD Amount

    AB825 Block Grants

    No COLA + Declining ADA

    $278,598

    After School Education & Safety

    $150,000 per Middle and $112,500 per Elementary

    This is no change

    $0

    Arts & Music Block Grants

    $16.50 (est.) per student

    This is no change

    $0

    CAHSEE Intensive Instruction & Services

    $520 per eligible pupil for the Class of 2009 (pro-rated share of remainder for Class of 2009)

    This is not a change

    $0

    Economic Impact Aid

    No COLA & Declining ADA

    $474,467

    Gifted & Talented

    No COLA & Declining ADA

    $0

    Instructional Materials

    $69 (est.) per prior year CBEDS This is an increase because of the CBEDS increase

    $140,067

    III-1


    Restricted funds cont

    Restricted Funds - Cont.

    Description

    Est. Funding Level

    LUSD Amount

    Lottery Prop. 20 – Instructional Materials

    $19 per 2007/08 annual ADA

    Rates up ADA is down

    ($65,595)

    Oral Health Assessments for Grade K

    $8.40 per 1st grade student

    Rate is same as last year

    $19,614

    Pupil Transportation

    No COLA

    $333,725

    Quality Education Investment Act

    $500 per K-3 students; $900 per 4-8 students

    Same as last year

    $0

    School Safety

    No COLA & Declining ADA

    $29,214

    Special Education*

    No State or Federal COLA. Growth/Declining is provided

    ($228,176)

    *Federal share did not receive comparable COLA.

    III-2


    Restricted funds cont1

    Restricted Funds - Cont.

    Description

    Est. Funding Level

    LUSD Amount

    K-3 CSR

    $1,071 full day; $535 half day

    No change in rate – Fewer students

    $482,398

    Lottery – excluding Proposition 20

    $118 per 2007-08 annual ADA

    Up $3.25 (est.)

    ($33,779)

    9th Grade CSR

    $213 pre student per subject

    No change in rate

    ($6,772)

    Summer School/Hourly Programs

    $4.08 per hour (undeficited) – may be prorated based on available funds

    $0

    III-3


    Food services

    Food Services

    IV


    District financial update and planning for 2009 10

    Enrollment Challenges

    • District-wide enrollment has dropped significantly this year

    • While the lunch program is still available to students, due to program needs the Pre-school Readiness students no longer eat lunch during class time

      • As a result, we are serving approximately 500 less lunches every day for Pre-school alone

    • Overall, our meal counts are up 5% for breakfast and are tied for lunch compared to last year.

    IV-1


    District financial update and planning for 2009 10

    Comparison of First Seven Weeks

    IV-2


    District financial update and planning for 2009 10

    Food & Labor Costs

    • Rising costs of fuel

    • Food costs are going up rapidly

      • Our cost is up 15% compared to last year

    • 2008-09 Food Budget has increased $648,000 to $4,970,746

    • Labor costs have risen approximately 5% this year.

    • 2008-09 Labor Budget has increased $154,000 to $4,754,811

    IV-3


    Ending fund balances

    Ending Fund Balances

    V


    General fund beginning balance unrestricted

    General FundBeginning Balance Unrestricted

    Fiscal Year

    V-1


    Enrollment

    Enrollment

    VI


    Change in cbed students

    Change in CBED Students

    VI-1


    Cbeds enrollment comparison 2007 2008

    CBEDS Enrollment Comparison 2007 & 2008

    Schools

    2007

    CBEDS

    2008

    CEBDS

    Net Change

    Increase/Decrease

    Lodi Schools

    12,998

    13,121

    123

    North Stockton Schools

    15,829

    15,406

    (423)

    Rural Schools

    1,431

    1,418

    (13)

    Grand Total

    30,258

    29,945

    (313)

    VI-2


    Cbeds enrollment comparison 2007 20081

    CBEDS Enrollment Comparison 2007 & 2008

    Grade

    LODI

    STOCKTON

    RURAL

    TOTAL

    Elementary

    58

    (251)

    (41)

    (234)

    Middle

    46

    (76)

    (30)

    Senior

    (35)

    (104)

    (139)

    Other

    54

    8

    28

    90

    Grand Total

    123

    (423)

    (13)

    (313)

    VI-3


    Declining vs growing sample

    Declining vs. Growing (Sample)

    *

    *How do we pay for the growth needs?

    VI-4


    District financial update and planning for 2009 10

    Other District Enrollment Trends

    VI-5


    Preliminary financial concerns for 2009 10

    Preliminary Financial Concerns for 2009/10

    VII


    Summary of expense increases

    Summary of Expense Increases

    Description

    On

    Going

    One

    Time

    1. Projected Step & Column

    2. Retiree Benefit Costs

    3. Utilities, Fuel & Insurance

    4. Re-Instate Teacher Staffing Reserves

    5. Technology

    6. Supply Inflation Costs

    7. Re-Instate Construction Reserves

    8. Program Improvement Strategies

    9. Textbooks

    10. Lockeford K-8 Conversion

    11. State Statutory Requirements (Reserves & RRM)

    VII-1


    Summary of revenue decreases

    Summary of Revenue Decreases

    Description

    On

    Going

    One

    Time

    1. Revenue Limit

    2. Special Education

    3. Class Size Reduction

    4. Transportation

    5. Interest Income

    6. 2008-09 Ending Fund Balance

    7. Other Federal, State & Local Resources

    VII-2


    Other pressures

    Other Pressures

    DESCRIPTION

    1. Taking Care of Our Employees (Salaries/Benefits)

    2. Prepare for Continued Loss of Students

    3. Retaining Staff for Future Growth (i.e. construction)

    4. Special Education – Non Public School Placements

    5. Funding Strategies for Refreshing Technology

    6. Operations Support Staff - Formulas

    7. Preparing for Renewed Student Growth

    VII-3


    Shock absorbers

    1. Textbooks

    $736,483

    2. Capitalization of Energy Conservation Program

    325,000

    3. Modernization Support – F&E Needs

    176,200

    4. New School Start-Up (i.e. Lockeford K-8)

    50,000

    5. Classroom Furniture & Equipment Inventory

    24,600

    6. Total On-Going Expenses

    $1,312,283

    Shock Absorbers

    Descriptions

    BUDGET

    VII-4


    Setting the stage now

    Setting the Stage Now!

    VIII


    Options development now

    Options Development – Now!

    • Teacher

      • Vacancies – Will be filled with subs

      • Secondary – Efforts will be made to reduce staffing to reflect actual enrollments

    • Budgeting Guidelines

      • Vacant positions will not be filled (except for critical positions as determined by the Superintendent)

      • Dealing with the combination of vacant positions and overstaffing between sites

        • Staffing will be adjusted downwards to reflect fewer students at CBEDS (except for teachers)

        • Staffing will not be adjusted upwards per changes in students or square footage

    • Maximize Grant funding

      • Move staff from unrestricted resource programs to fill vacancies in restricted programs (do not supplant)

    VIII-1


    Options development now1

    Options Development – Now!

    • Restrict use of Budgeted Resources for:

      • Overtime

      • Consultants

      • Travel and Conferences

    • Limit Purchase of Equipment:

      • New Equipment

      • Replace equipment in critical areas only

      • Cell phones

    Caution:

    Vacant positions should not dictate the future structure of the District

    VIII-2


    Other issues with tight timelines

    Other Issues with Tight Timelines

    • Forego New Facilities Operation Costs

      • Delay Lockeford K-8

      • Other Construction Projects

    • Study Small School Closures for Schools with less than 250 Students

    • Review Budgeted Shock Absorbers

    • Begin Down Sizing Departments Supported with Independent Revenues

    VIII-3


    Start planning for next year now

    Start Planning for Next Year - Now!

    IX


    Future development of options

    Future Development of Options

    • Teacher

      • Fully implement Committed/Growth staffing model

        • Hire only to the committed projections

    • Guidelines

      • Review all staffing formulas

      • Develop K-8 School Formulas

      • Implement staffing formulas

    • Review Textbook Adoptions

    • Eliminate Carryovers

    IX-1


    2009 10 planning process

    2009/10 Planning Process

    • Board will establish guidelines for planning

    • Staff will develop strategies for addressing guidelines

    • Staff will develop recommendations for Superintendent and Budget Advisory Committee’s consideration

    • Superintendent’s Budget Advisory Committee will review staff strategies and recommendations

    • Budget will be built using approved budget guidelines, enrollment projections, the Governor’s January budget plan, mid-year adjustments, May revisions by the Governor and Board approve budget reductions

    IX-2


    Recommendations

    Recommendations

    • Implement “Options Development – Now” list

    • Retain shock absorbers

    • Staff will begin working on “Other Issues with Tight Timelines”

      • Reporting back to the Board on 11/18/08

      • Board direction will be required by December 9, 2008

    • Administration will develop a plan for down-sizing staffing to reflect loss of students

    • If the District continues to experience a loss of students beyond projections, a plan will be developed to down size staff

    X-1


    The end

    The End!


    Appendix

    Appendix

    • 2008/09 Reduction Guidelines & Key Messages

    • Food Services

    • Additional Reductions if Necessary

    • 2008/09 SBAC Budget Reductions – Working Schedules


    A reduction guidelines key messages

    A. Reduction Guidelines & Key Messages


    2008 09 reduction guidelines

    2008/09 Reduction Guidelines

    • Be efficient

    • Hire new staff at a slower rate when feasible

    • Maximize student attendance to increase District income

    • Utilize all categorical funding opportunities

    • Strive to keep current permanent and probationary District staff employed

    • Be compliant with all laws and regulations

    • Ensure (maintain) safety

    • Maintain / improve student test results and academic performance

    • Avoid future unfunded costs without jeopardizing other funding

    * Approved by Superintendent’s Budget Advisory Committee on January 23, 2008

    A-1


    2008 09 key messages

    2008/09 Key Messages

    • Restrict General Fund conferences and travel beginning 2/25/08

    • Delay the hiring process in some vacant positions

    • Not fill some vacant positions

    • Maximize use of categorical funds

    • Limit food for meetings to water, coffee and snacks

    • Decrease expenditures for equipment

    • Maintain employment of existing probationary and permanent staff

    • Honor 2008/09 agreement with employee groups

    • Open Podesta Ranch Elementary School on time

    • Reduce site General Fund carryover to 10% (vs. current 15%) (submit hardship appeal, if necessary)

    A-2


    B food services

    B. Food Services


    District financial update and planning for 2009 10

    Ala Carte Sales

    07-08

    08-09

    • Following state requirements, we are no longer selling soda in our ala carte lines.

    • This accounts for $2,500 less in sales each day.

    B-1


    District financial update and planning for 2009 10

    Ala Carte Sales

    07-08

    08-09

    • Following state requirements, we are no longer selling soda in our ala carte lines.

    • This accounts for $2,500 less in sales each day.

    B-2


    District financial update and planning for 2009 10

    Ala Carte Sales

    07-08

    08-09

    • Following state requirements, we are no longer selling soda in our ala carte lines.

    • This accounts for $2,500 less in sales each day.

    B-3


    C additional reductions if necessary

    C. Additional Reductions If Necessary


    Sbac if additional cuts are necessary

    SBAC – If Additional Cuts Are Necessary

    RESTORATIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    1.

    2.25

    $

    234,106

    K-6 Vice Principals

    Program improvement (half)

    2.

    2.57

    252,695

    Elkhorn Site Operations

    Close Elkhorn

    3.

    129,600

    Co-Curricular - Transportation

    Eliminate Transportation

    4.

    2.00

    123,758

    Senior High Teachers

    Reduce planned reserve

    5.

    1.00

    133,848

    7-8 Vice Principal

    .50 FTE Morada & Delta Sierra

    6.

    Summer School -

    51,870

    Reg. Ed. Transp

    K-8, From summer school

    7.

    1.00

    105,117

    Grant Writer

    Eliminate position

    8.

    TOTAL

    8.82

    $

    1,030,994

    C-1


    D 2008 09 sbac budget reductions working schedules

    D. 2008/09 SBAC Budget Reductions – Working Schedules


    Sbac work

    SBAC - Work

    • The Superintendent’s Budget Advisory Committee (SBAC) began its work with a goal of reducing the budget by $8.2M.

    • Using staff’s list and adding their own thoughts, a $7.1M potential reduction list was in progress. The Committee had not completed nor taken action on this list prior to the Governors May revision.

    • After the May Revise it was determined the necessary reductions would be $4.5M.

    • The SBAC was given this new goal and completed its work with a recommendation for the Superintendent’s consideration.

    • The SBAC took further action on $1M and prioritized that list, should more reductions be necessary.

    D-1


    Budgets retained from 2007 08

    Budgets Retained From 2007/08

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    I.

    POSSIBLE APPROPRIATION REDUCTIONS

    A.

    Hand Sanitizer

    $90,000

    $90,000

    B.

    Podesta Ranch Opening/Program

    0.16

    12,863

    0.16

    12,863

    Delay hiring of Princ/Sec. 1 mo.

    0.08

    3,000

    0.08

    3,000

    Delay hiring of /Sec. additional 1 mo.

    C.

    Unallocated Growth

    0.43

    24,130

    0.43

    24,130

    D.

    McNair

    Startup Supplies

    281,000

    181,000

    181,000

    Reduce allocation

    l

    Textbooks

    140,000

    125,000

    125,000

    Use to support districtwide prgm

    l

    Theater Staffing

    1.00

    82,437

    1.00

    82,437

    Delayed opening

    l

    Supplies

    39,985

    39,985

    Delayed opening

    l

    Theater Startup

    123,000

    l

    E.

    Mosher

    Library

    25,000

    -

    Per Assist. Supt.

    l

    Literacy Closet

    10,000

    5,000

    5,000

    Per Assist. Supt.

    l

    Startup Supplies

    13,250

    5,000

    5,000

    l

    F.

    Woodbridge

    25,928

    10,000

    10,000

    Startup Supplies

    G.

    McAuliffe

    55,397

    30,000

    30,000

    Library books

    H.

    Total Possible Appropriation Reductions

    1.67

    608,415

    1.67

    608,415

    D-2


    Instruction on going options

    Instruction, On-Going Options

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    A.

    4.50

    4.50

    K-6 Vice Principals

    $

    468,212

    $

    468,212

    Program improvement (half)

    B.

    Grade 3 Teachers

    43.88

    3,564,197

    CSR - Grade 3 only

    CSR - Income

    (2,355,129)

    C.

    Site Operations

    1.22

    95,128

    Close Turner

    D.

    Site Operations

    1.22

    95,128

    Close Clements

    E.

    Principals Salaries

    34,471

    Reduce workyear by 2 days

    Elkhorn Site Operations

    2.57

    252,695

    2.57

    252,695

    F.

    Close Elkhorn site

    Principals Salaries

    1,250

    G.

    Reduce workyear by 2 days

    H.

    Teachers (grades 4-6)

    6.87

    425,109

    6.87

    425,109

    Increase class size by 1

    I.

    7-8 Vice Principal

    1.00

    133,848

    1.00

    133,848

    .50 FTE Morada & Delta Sierra

    J.

    Middle School Teachers

    5.26

    325,484

    5.26

    325,484

    Increase class size by 1

    K.

    Principals Salaries

    6,790

    Reduce workyear by 2 days

    Roll fixed allocations into

    L.

    Senior High Teachers

    -

    -

    variable formula

    M.

    Senior High Teachers

    9.40

    581,663

    9.40

    581,663

    Increase class size by 1

    N.

    Senior Project - Eliminate Grad. Req.

    4.80

    297,019

    4.80

    297,019

    CSR & Release period

    O.

    Senior High Teachers

    2.00

    123,758

    2.00

    123,758

    Reduce planned reserve

    P.

    Freshman Sports

    Cut some sports?

    Q.

    Principals Salaries

    6,540

    Reduce workyear by 2 days

    D-3


    Instruction on going options1

    Instruction, On-Going Options

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    R.

    Continuation School Teachers

    2.00

    $162,902

    Increase class size by 1 student

    Library Media Assistant -

    S.

    1.13

    46,141

    Continuation

    Eliminate support

    T.

    Principals Salaries

    2,452

    Reduce workyear by 2 days

    U.

    Teachers

    2.00

    136,216

    2.00

    136,216

    Eliminate Opportunity Alloc.

    V.

    Paraeducators - General

    3.00

    63,141

    3.00

    63,141

    Eliminate Opportunity Alloc.

    W.

    Employee Benefits

    66,095

    -

    66,095

    Eliminate Opportunity Alloc.

    X.

    Y.

    Z.

    Total Instructional Programs

    90.85

    $

    4,533,110

    41.40

    $

    2,873,240

    AA.

    7,396,338

    10% off all management codes

    D-4


    Special education on going

    Special Education, On-Going

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    A.

    Teacher - SDC Non-Severe

    1.00

    $61,879

    1.00

    $61,879

    Reduce unused positions

    B.

    Paraeducator - SDC Non-Severe

    1.00

    32,933

    1.00

    32,933

    Reduce unused positions

    C.

    Teachers - SDC Severe

    4.00

    4.00

    247,516

    247,516

    Reduced unused positions

    D.

    Teachers - RSP

    4.00

    4.00

    247,516

    247,516

    Reduce FTE allocation

    E.

    Paraeducators - RSP

    2.00

    2.00

    123,758

    123,758

    Reduce FTE allocation

    F.

    Supplies for RSP

    2,000

    2,000

    Reduce allocation

    G.

    Teacher for Visually Impaired

    1.00

    61,879

    1.00

    61,879

    Reduce FTE allocation

    H.

    Paraeducator for Visually Impaired

    0.50

    16,467

    0.50

    16,467

    Reduce FTE allocation

    I.

    Supplies for SDC

    30,000

    30,000

    Change delivery of allocations

    J.

    Conferences for Sp.Ed. General

    1,950

    1,950

    Eliminate allocation

    K.

    Psychologist

    0.50

    40,613

    0.50

    40,613

    Reduce staffing

    L.

    Teacher Subs for SELPA

    5,000

    5,000

    M.

    Transfer to Other Agencies - Sp. Ed.

    25,000

    25,000

    Reduce allocations

    N.

    Conferences - Sp.Ed. Coordintor

    500

    500

    Eliminate

    O.

    Paraeducator - Inclusion

    1.00

    32,933

    1.00

    32,933

    Reduce allocation

    P.

    Total Special Education

    15.00

    $929,944

    15.00

    $929,944

    D-5


    Instructional support on going

    Instructional Support, On-Going

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    A.

    $5,000

    $

    5,000

    Conferences - Assoc. Supt.

    Eliminate allocation

    Eliminate Parent survey per

    B.

    Clerical Overtime - Parent Survey

    2,500

    2,500

    C2/11/08

    C.

    Grant Writer

    1.00

    105,117

    1.00

    105,117

    Eliminate position

    E.

    Conferences - Administration, K-6

    1,000

    1,000

    Eliminate allocation

    F.

    Conferences - Insruct. Admin, 7-12

    1,500

    1,500

    Eliminate allocation

    G.

    Co-Curricular - Certificated Salaries

    50,000

    50,000

    Reduce allocation

    H.

    Co-Curricular - Certificated Salaries

    36,253

    Eliminate Freshman Sports

    I.

    Co-Curricular - Transportation

    129,600

    129,600

    Eliminate Transportation

    J.

    Counselors

    6.40

    540,256

    K-6

    K.

    Supplies - Counseling

    500

    Reduce allocation

    L.

    Nurses

    1.70

    156,936

    Reduce staffing from 5.25 FTE

    M.

    Nurses

    Reduce work year

    N.

    Conferences - Pysch. Services

    400

    400

    Eliminate allocation

    O.

    Material & Supplies - Stu/Serv/Testing

    5,000

    5,000

    Reduce allocation

    P.

    Coordinator MAA

    0.50

    60,725

    0.50

    60,725

    Funding source eliminated

    Q.

    Clerical - MAA

    0.75

    34,431

    0.75

    34,431

    Funding source eliminated

    R.

    Conference - MAA

    800

    800

    Eliminate allocation

    S.

    Administrative Director - C & I

    1.00

    132,811

    1.00

    132,811

    Eliminate position

    T.

    Administrative Secretary

    1.00

    54,119

    1.00

    54,119

    Eliminate position

    U.

    Coordinator

    1.00

    127,179

    1.00

    127,179

    Move to Categorical

    V.

    Coordinator

    0.20

    25,436

    0.20

    25,436

    Move to Categorical

    W.

    Secretary

    1.00

    54,119

    1.00

    54,119

    Move to Categorical

    X.

    Supplies - Curriculum & Inst.

    16,500

    16,500

    Allocations to Coordinators

    D-6

    Y.

    Mileage - Curriculum & Inst.

    250

    250

    Multi-Cultural-Move to EIA

    Z.

    Conferences - Curriculum & Inst.

    3,000

    3,000

    Eliminate allocation


    Instructional support on going1

    Instructional Support, On-Going

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    Main. Agree. (5632) -

    AA.

    30,000

    30,000

    Curriculum & Inst.

    Automated K-6 Report Cards.

    AB.

    Subs - Curriculum Council

    2,500

    2,500

    Reduce allocation

    AC.

    Supplies - Curriculum Council

    250

    250

    Eliminate funding

    AF.

    Teacher Sal. - Instrumental. Music

    5.00

    275,000

    5.00

    275,000

    Eliminate Gen.Fund Prgm.

    1.

    VAPA Program

    5.00 FTE

    AG.

    Teacher Subs - Classroom Music

    1,470

    1,470

    Move to VAPA

    AH.

    Supplies - Classroom Music

    10,447

    10,447

    Move to VAPA

    AI.

    Teacher Subs - Instructional Music

    5,000

    5,000

    Move to VAPA

    AJ.

    Supplies - Instructional Music

    13,500

    13,500

    Move to VAPA

    AK.

    Classified Salaries - Music Festival

    70

    70

    Should be all grant funded

    AL.

    Transportation (5712) - Music Fest.

    1,630

    1,630

    Should be all grant funded

    AM.

    Print Shop - Music Festival

    500

    500

    Should be all grant funded

    AN.

    Professional/Operating - Music Fest.

    500

    500

    Should be all grant funded

    AO.

    District P/I - Instructional Coach

    1.00

    82,937

    1.00

    82,937

    Vacant

    AP.

    District P/I.- Printing

    500

    500

    Move to categorical

    AQ.

    District P/I - Professional /Operating

    500

    500

    Move to categorical

    AR.

    District P/I - Systems Analysts

    1.00

    80,508

    Pinnacle Support

    AS.

    District P/I - Printing

    80,500

    Abolish District benchmarks

    AT.

    District P/I - Data Director

    163,306

    Abolish District benchmarks

    AU.

    A.R & E Technician - ARE

    1.00

    84,428

    1.00

    84,428

    CELDT support to ELAP/EIA

    AV.

    Clerical/Hourly - ARE

    3,000

    3,000

    Reduce allocation

    AW.

    Supplies - ARE

    10,000

    10,000

    Reduce allocation

    AX.

    Conference - ARE

    1,000

    1,000

    Eliminate allocation

    AY.

    Teacher - Multilingual/Multicultural

    1.00

    75,000

    1.00

    75,000

    Move to EIA or ELAP

    AZ.

    Supplies - Multilingual/Multicultural

    3,603

    3,603

    Move to EIA or ELAP

    BA.

    Services - Multilingual/Multicultural

    4,750

    4,750

    Move to EIA or ELAP

    BB.

    Clerical - EL Support

    1.50

    58,650

    1.50

    58,650

    Move site staffing to EIA/ELAP

    BC.

    Clerical - IMC

    1.00

    57,954

    1.00

    57,954

    Eliminate

    BD.

    Conferences - IMC

    1,723

    1,723

    Eliminate

    BE.

    Utilities

    Erate & DAS Supported

    Eliminate classroom phones

    BF.

    Utilities

    0

    Eliminate cable TV

    BG.

    BH.

    BI.

    Total Instructional Support

    26.05

    $

    2,592,658

    16.95

    $

    1,534,399

    D-7

    CC.

    Various

    $

    (1,175,153)

    10% from all management codes


    Instructional support one time

    Instructional Support, One-Time

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    AD.

    Materials & Supplies - P.E.

    $10,107

    $10,107

    Move to Grants

    AE.

    Warehouse Supplies - P.E.

    250

    250

    Move to Grants

    BI.

    Total Instructional Support

    $

    10,357

    $10,357

    D-8


    Business operations on going

    Business Operations, On-Going

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    Advertising

    A.

    $

    2,000

    $

    2,000

    - Communications

    Reduce allocation

    Maintenance Agreements

    B.

    1,500

    1,500

    - Commun.

    Reduce allocation

    Cert. Subs - Administrative -

    C.

    4,093

    4,093

    Reduce funding

    Conferences

    D.

    3,000

    3,000

    - Personnel

    Eliminate allocation

    Mileage

    E.

    300

    300

    - Personnel

    Reduce allocation

    Dues & Memberships

    F.

    50

    50

    - Personnel

    Eliminate allocation

    Print Shop

    G.

    3,000

    3,000

    - Personnel

    Reduce allocation

    Cellular Phones

    l

    H.

    469

    469

    - Personne

    Reduce allocation

    I.

    Classified Salaries - Class / Reserve

    17,127

    17,127

    Reduce funding

    J.

    Print Shop - Labor Relations

    7,250

    7,250

    Reduce allocation

    Study having sites/volunteers

    K.

    Income - Finger Printing

    5,709

    paying half

    L.

    Conferences - Personnel Recruitment

    1,000

    1,000

    Eliminate allocation

    M.

    Print Shop - Personnel Recruitment

    400

    400

    Reduce allocation

    Professional Exp. -

    N.

    1,000

    1,000

    Personnel Recruit

    Reduce allocation

    O.

    Clerical/Overtime - Orientation

    750

    750

    Eliminate allocation

    P.

    Employee Benefits - Orientation

    165

    165

    Eliminate allocation

    Q.

    Food for Meetings - Orientation

    1,000

    1,000

    Eliminate allocation

    R.

    Classified Subs - Long-Term Subs

    30,000

    30,000

    Reduce allocation

    S.

    Conferences - CBO

    2,000

    2,000

    Eliminate allocation

    T.

    Equipment - Central Equipment

    20,000

    20,000

    Reduce allocation

    U.

    Conferences - Security

    5,000

    5,000

    Eliminate allocation

    V.

    1,000

    1,000

    Conferences - Accounting

    Reduce allocation

    W.

    Cell Phone - Accounting

    800

    800

    Eliminate phone

    X.

    Contracted Services - Accounting

    1,000

    1,000

    Reduce allocation

    Y.

    Non-Capital Equipment - Accounting

    500

    500

    Reduce allocation

    Z.

    Subscriptions - Accounting

    100

    100

    Reduce allocation

    F-9


    Business operations on going1

    Business Operations, On-Going

    AA.

    Reference Books - Accounting

    100

    100

    Reduce allocation

    Require Mandatory Direct

    AB.

    Supplies - Payroll Check Stock

    230

    230

    Deposit

    AC.

    1,250

    1,250

    Conferences - Budget

    Eliminate allocation

    AD.

    Printing - Budget

    250

    250

    Chart of Accounts - Online

    AE.

    Printing - Budget

    1,750

    1,750

    Budget Book - Reduce #'s

    AF.

    Risk Manager

    0.50

    57,583

    0.50

    $

    57,583

    Eliminate position

    Vehicle/Body & Fender Painter -

    AG.

    1.00

    67,911

    Reduce position

    Bus Driver MT+20 -

    AH.

    4.00

    187,148

    4.00

    187,148

    Reduce longer year

    Aspire - Transportation -

    AI.

    2,500

    -

    2,500

    Home to resident school

    Parent Pay for Transportation -

    AJ.

    Would generate income

    Elkhorn School Transportation -

    AK.

    4.00

    243,594

    4.00

    243,594

    Eliminate

    Middle College Transportation -

    AL.

    22,440

    -

    22,440

    Eliminate bus passes

    AM.

    Seventh Grade Orientation

    Could use Cat.(SIP)

    Summer School -

    AN.

    6,552

    -

    6,552

    Migrant Transport.

    Shift to Cat. or eliminate

    Summer School -

    AO.

    51,870

    -

    51,870

    Reg. Ed. Transp

    K-8, From summer school

    Walk Distance -

    AP.

    0.50

    32,220

    0.50

    32,220

    Transportation

    Increase K-6 by .50 miles

    Walk Distance -

    AQ.

    12.25

    798,200

    Transportation

    Eliminate Middle Transp.

    Walk Distance -

    AR.

    10.25

    668,304

    Transportation

    Eliminate Senior High Transp.

    AS.

    Activity Bus Service - Transp.

    2.00

    121,393

    2.00

    121,393

    Eliminate

    Support Vehicles - Transp.

    13,185

    AT.

    Eliminate fleet - Fuel costs

    Conferences - Purchasing

    2,000

    $

    2,000

    AU.

    Eliminate allocation

    Instructional Support &

    AV.

    No Growth - Staffing for Support

    0.56

    27,757

    Operations Support

    0.56

    27,757

    AW.

    1.10

    53,062

    No Growth - New School

    1.10

    53,062

    Head Custodian/Bus Drivers

    AX.

    Printing

    Reduce - Use electronic syst.

    AY.

    All programs

    1,649,382

    1% negotiated salary cola

    Re-org vacant Budget Analyst to

    AZ.

    Budget Dept. Staffing

    (0.15)

    2,559

    Budget Technician (.67 FTE);

    Incr. Budget Tech. (.25 FTE)

    moved from Dev. Fees; Reduce

    Cat. Prog. Asst. I (Move to

    Categorical)

    (0.15)

    2,559

    Eliminate vacant Personnel

    BA.

    Personnel Dept. Staffing

    0.50

    31,749

    0.50

    31,749

    Asst.

    BB.

    Communications

    1.00

    $

    76,595

    D-10

    BB.

    Total Business Services

    36.51

    $

    4,152,202

    14.01

    $

    1,026,106

    CC.

    All programs

    $

    (1,085,243)

    10% off all management codes


    Business operations one time

    Business Operations, One-Time

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    DESCRIPTION

    Comments

    Conferences - Budget

    AC.

    200

    200

    Eliminate allocation

    Printing - Budget

    AD.

    300

    300

    Chart of Accounts - Online

    AE.

    Printing - Budget

    1,000

    1,000

    Budget Book - Reduce #'s

    Total Business Services

    AZ.

    -

    $

    1,500

    $

    1,500

    D-11


    Facilities planning on going

    Facilities & Planning, On-Going

    WORKING OPTIONS

    SBAC OPTIONS

    DESCRIPTION

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    FTE

    AMOUNT

    Comments

    I.

    CONSTRUCTION & PLANNING

    A.

    Facilities Tech

    1.00

    $

    68,308

    1.00

    $

    68,308

    Move to Deferred

    - F & P

    Lead Project Specialist

    B.

    0.40

    32,306

    0.40

    32,306

    - F & P

    Eliminate position

    Development Fees Fund

    Eliminate .60 FTE position

    C.

    Facilities Tech

    -

    -

    1.00 FTE deleted in 2007/08

    - F & P

    Mileage

    D.

    1,000

    1,000

    - F & P

    Reduce allocation per staffing

    Conference

    E.

    2,750

    2,750

    - F & P

    Reduce allocation by 50%

    Cellular Phone & Fees

    F.

    883

    883

    - F & P

    Reduce allocation per staffing

    G.

    Equipment

    20,000

    20,000

    Reduce allocation

    (4400) - F&P Capital Outlay

    Repairs

    H.

    20,000

    20,000

    - F&P Capital Outlay

    Reduce allocation

    I.

    Typist Clerk II

    0.40

    18,058

    0.40

    18,058

    Eliminate position

    Development Fees Fund

    Eliminate .60 FTE position

    J.

    Budget Technician

    Development Fees Fund

    Eliminate .25 FTE position

    K.

    Total Construction & Planning

    1.80

    $

    163,305

    1.80

    $

    163,305

    II.

    OPERATIONS

    A.

    Grounds Keeper

    1.00

    52,906

    Reduce staffing

    B.

    Total Operations

    1.00

    $

    52,906

    -

    $

    -

    III.

    TOTAL FACILITIES & PLANNING

    2.80

    $

    216,211

    1.80

    $

    163,305

    IV.

    All programs

    $

    1,479,791

    10% off all management codes

    D-12


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