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2011 2012 preliminary budget draft 3 april 14 2011

2011-2012

PRELIMINARY BUDGET

DRAFT 3

APRIL 14, 2011


Cps vision
CPS VISION

We will be a premier learning organization, fostering relationships with school and community to develop contributing and productive citizens.


Cps priorities goals
CPS PRIORITIES & GOALS

  • High quality, guaranteed curriculum & assessments supported by rigorous assignments

  • Increase achievement & success for all students

  • Continued partnerships with community & parents

  • Failure is not an option – supporting all students

  • Safe & orderly environment


Budget development goals
Budget Development Goals

  • Maintain & strengthen the integrity of the instructional program K-12, matching resources with student achievement.

  • Present a balanced budget.

  • Maintain financial integrity & stability of the district in accordance with board goals.

  • Review staffing levels to meet enrollment, student achievement, and operational needs.


Budget development goals continued
Budget Development Goals(continued)

  • Utilize bond funds to maximize long term efficiency of operational budgets.

  • Develop budget through a consultative approach using a zero base budgeting method resulting in a recommendation by the Superintendent to the Board of Education.


Decision making parameters
Decision Making Parameters

Staff Development/School Improvement

  • Provide support for increase in student achievement.

  • Assure alignment of curriculum implementation.

  • Review for alignment with district mission / goals.

  • Encourage promotion of individual professional growth.


Decision making parameters1
Decision Making Parameters

Personnel

  • Adhere to legal and contractual requirements.

  • Consider student enrollment needs.

  • Consider operational requirements.

  • Utilize total cost compensation for contract development.


Decision making parameters2
Decision Making Parameters

Capital Outlay

  • Assure student and employee safety.

  • Maintain building integrity.

  • Consider student enrollment needs.

  • Allow for program completion to full operational levels.


Decision making parameters3
Decision Making Parameters

Financial Integrity

  • Maintain long term district financial integrity.


Budget highlights
Budget Highlights

  • Full Day, Every Day Kindergarten

  • Spanish Language Instruction in Elementary Schools

  • Year-round Educationally Based Childcare Program

  • Leader in Advanced Placement High School Offerings


Budget highlights1
Budget Highlights

  • Variety of Choice in High School Offerings

  • Charlotte Performing Arts center Offerings & Events

  • State-of-the-Art Middle School

  • Modern Athletic Facilities


Budget highlights2
Budget Highlights

  • Safe, Orderly, & Well Maintained Schools

  • Majority of Teachers with Masters Degrees Supplemented with Continuous Teacher Training

  • Array of Extra Curricular Offerings

  • Award Winning Band & Vocal Music Instruction


Budget highlights3
Budget Highlights

  • District Strategic Plan

  • Quality Special Needs Programming

  • State-of-the-Art Technology in School Buildings

  • New Education Foundation for Program Development & Enhancement



2009 2010 budget reductions weymouth redesignation
2009-2010 Budget ReductionsWeymouth Redesignation

Custodial Services (1.2 FTE)

Principal Position (1.0 FTE)

Secretarial/Office Parapro Position (1.7 FTE)

Teaching Positions (2.7 FTE)

Elementary Social Worker Position (1.0 FTE)


2009 2010 budget reductions weymouth redesignation continued
2009-2010 Budget ReductionsWeymouth Redesignation (continued)

Transportation Savings

Utilities

Technology/Media

Purchased Services/Supplies/Other

Total Projected Savings: $752,555


2009 2010 budget reductions personnel changes
2009-2010 Budget ReductionsPersonnel Changes

Teaching Positions (12.1 FTE)

Paraprofessional Positions (9.0 FTE)

Principal Position (1.0 FTE)

Secretary Positions (1.5 FTE)

Transportation Restructuring (1.2 FTE)

Guidance Position (1.0 FTE)


2009 2010 budget reductions personnel changes continued
2009-2010 Budget ReductionsPersonnel Changes (continued)

Central Office Position (1.0 FTE)

Custodial Service Restructuring

Lab Tech Position (0.5 FTE)

Other Assignment Restructuring

Total 09-10 Personnel Changes: $1,289,938


2010 2011 budget reductions personnel changes
2010-2011 Budget ReductionsPersonnel Changes

Teaching Positions (4.7 FTE)

Paraprofessional Restructuring

Technology/Media Director Position (1.0 FTE)

Guidance Position (2.0 FTE)

Central Office Position (0.37 FTE)


2010 2011 budget reductions personnel changes continued
2010-2011 Budget ReductionsPersonnel Changes (continued)

Custodial Service Restructuring

Media Specialist Position (1.0 FTE)

Schedule B Changes

Other Assignment Restructuring

Total 10-11 Personnel Changes: $ 816,157


District administration
District Administration

34% reduction in supervision and administrative costs since 2005


Business administrative efficiency
Business & Administrative Efficiency

CPS is ranked number 18 out of 774 districts for greatest business & administrative efficiency.

  • Top 2% of All Michigan School Districts for Efficiency

  • 08/09 State Average Cost Per Pupil = $1,169

  • 08/09 CPS Average Cost Per Pupil = $ 783

  • $386 Per Pupil Under State Average

    $386 x 3,194 Students = $1,232,884 Savings Compared to State Average

    **Information taken from most recent MDE Bulletin 1014 (2008-2009).**


Governor s school funding proposal
Governor’s School Funding Proposal

$195.9 Million to Community Colleges

$699.7 Million to State Universities

$895.6 Million to Higher Education from K-12 State Aid Fund

(Equivalent of $550 per Pupil)


2011 2012 fiscal projection with governor s 470 recommended cut
2011-2012 Fiscal Projection(with Governor’s $470 Recommended Cut)


2011 2012 fiscal projection with governor s 470 recommended cut1
2011-2012 Fiscal Projection(with Governor’s $470 Recommended Cut)




Annual revenue history
Annual Revenue History

Total 2008-2009 $ 26,935,973

Total 2009-2010 $ 25,008,629

Total 2010-2011 $ 24,845,310

Projected Total 2011-2012 $ 22,225,614

Projected Total 2012-2013 $ 21,026,784


State aid calculation 2011 2012
State Aid Calculation 2011-2012

Foundation Allowance Per Pupil $6,846.00

X Projected Blended Enrollment x 2,845

Total Foundation Allowance $19,474,799

Foundation Allowance $19,474,799

Local Millage (@ 18 Mills on Non-Homestead)$ (2,712,463)

State Aid From Foundation Allowance: $16,762,336


TOUGH TIMES

TOUGH CHOICES


2011 2012 budget overview
2011-2012 Budget Overview

  • Elementary Redesignation (closing as an elementary building)

  • 4th Grade Moving to Middle School

  • Closing of Aquatic Center

  • Elimination of School Within A School and Wheel Time at Middle School


2011 2012 budget overview1
2011-2012 Budget Overview

  • Increased Walk Zone to 1.5 Miles (MS/HS)

  • Reduced Athletic Transportation

  • Technology Replacement Costs Assumed by Broadband Funds


Elementary 2011 2012 redesignation
Elementary 2011-2012 Redesignation

Instructional Efficiency Savings: $317,400

Operational Savings: $266,119

Misc. Supply/Tech Savings: $ 63,481

Total Estimated Savings: $647,000


Total elementary staffing reductions
Total Elementary Staffing Reductions

Decrease of Instructional Staff: 7.00 FTE

Includes: teachers, media, specialists, special education

Decrease of Support Staff: 4.83 FTE

Includes: paraprofessional, guidance, administration, secretarial


Total middle school staffing reductions
Total Middle School Staffing Reductions

Decrease of Instructional Staff: 6.49 FTE

Includes: teachers, media, special ed

Decrease of Support Staff: 1.53 FTE

Includes: guidance, secretarial

*Includes elimination of wheel time and school within a school

*Accommodates five grade levels


Total high school staffing reductions
Total High School Staffing Reductions

Decrease of Instructional Staff: 1.59 FTE

Includes: teachers, media, special ed

Decrease of Support Staff: 0.75 FTE

Includes: guidance, secretarial


Total special education staffing reductions
Total Special Education Staffing Reductions

Decrease of Instructional Staff: 1.13 FTE

Decrease of Support Staff: 0.50 FTE


Media and technology
Media and Technology

  • $30,000 reduction in district media purchased services and supplies


Athletic department
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

  • No change to student participation fee

  • Require a minimum of 12 participants for any sport

  • Eliminate all Saturday transportation/One Way = $10,000 - $20,000


Aquatic center
AQUATIC CENTER

Current Proposed

Operating Revenues $ 143,900 $ 152,700

Instructional Transfer $ 82,845 $ 85,794

Total Revenues $ 226,745 $ 238,494

Total Expenditures $ 361,996$ 373,016

Net Surplus (Deficit) $(135,251) $(134,522)

**Proposed Aquatic Center Closure in July 2011**

**Combined savings to general fund of $220,000**


Performing arts center
PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

  • Professional series is self-supporting, covering all related costs with no general fund support.

  • Overall reduction in budget of $18,000


Custodial maintenance
CUSTODIAL/MAINTENANCE

Staff Restructuring: Less 2.37 FTE

Reductions in Supplies/Purchased Serv: $71,500


Transportation
TRANSPORTATION

Expanding Walk Zone for

Middle School & High School to 1.5 Miles

  • Associated Savings of $25,000


Fiscal services
FISCAL SERVICES

Staff Reduction Less 1.00 FTE

District Mail Services Reduced 30%


Preliminary 2011 2012 budget summary
Preliminary 2011-2012 Budget Summary

Total Projected Revenues: $22,235,614

Total Projected Expenses: $23,052,831

Total Projected Deficiency: $ (817,217)

*The above shortfall assumes all budget options presented in this presentation are included.*


Projected 2012 2013 budget summary
Projected 2012-2013 Budget Summary

Total Projected Revenues: $21,026,784

Total Projected Expenses: $23,231,060

Total Projected Deficiency: $ (2,204,276)


Your legislative contacts
Your Legislative Contacts

  • Senator Rick Jones

    • [email protected]

    • 517-373-3447

  • Rep. Jase Bolger – Speaker of the House

    • [email protected]

    • 269-781-2704


Your legislative contacts1
Your Legislative Contacts

  • Representative Deb Shaughnessy

    • [email protected]

    • 855-328-6671

  • Rep. Paul Scott (Education Comm. Chair)

    • [email protected]

    • 810-845-3772


Your legislative contacts2
Your Legislative Contacts

  • Sen. Phil Pavlov (Education Comm. Chair)

    • [email protected]

    • 517-373-7708

  • Governor Rick Snyder

    • [email protected]

    • 517-373-3400


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