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2011-2012

PRELIMINARY BUDGET

DRAFT 3

APRIL 14, 2011


CPS VISION

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


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

  • 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)

  • 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

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 Parameters

Personnel

  • Adhere to legal and contractual requirements.

  • Consider student enrollment needs.

  • Consider operational requirements.

  • Utilize total cost compensation for contract development.


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 Parameters

Financial Integrity

  • Maintain long term district financial integrity.


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 Highlights

  • Variety of Choice in High School Offerings

  • Charlotte Performing Arts center Offerings & Events

  • State-of-the-Art Middle School

  • Modern Athletic Facilities


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 Highlights

  • District Strategic Plan

  • Quality Special Needs Programming

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

  • New Education Foundation for Program Development & Enhancement


WHERE HAVE WE BEEN?


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 ReductionsWeymouth Redesignation (continued)

Transportation Savings

Utilities

Technology/Media

Purchased Services/Supplies/Other

Total Projected Savings: $752,555


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 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 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 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

34% reduction in supervision and administrative costs since 2005


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

$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 $300 Cut)


2011-2012 Fiscal Projection(with $300 Cut)


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

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

  • 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 Overview

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

  • Reduced Athletic Transportation

  • Technology Replacement Costs Assumed by Broadband Funds


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

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

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

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

Decrease of Instructional Staff: 1.13 FTE

Decrease of Support Staff: 0.50 FTE


Media and Technology

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


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

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

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

  • Overall reduction in budget of $18,000


CUSTODIAL/MAINTENANCE

Staff Restructuring: Less 2.37 FTE

Reductions in Supplies/Purchased Serv: $71,500


TRANSPORTATION

Expanding Walk Zone for

Middle School & High School to 1.5 Miles

  • Associated Savings of $25,000


FISCAL SERVICES

Staff ReductionLess 1.00 FTE

District Mail ServicesReduced 30%


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

Total Projected Revenues:$21,026,784

Total Projected Expenses:$23,231,060

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


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 Contacts

  • Representative Deb Shaughnessy

    • [email protected]

    • 855-328-6671

  • Rep. Paul Scott (Education Comm. Chair)

    • [email protected]

    • 810-845-3772


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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