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2011-12 Public Budget Hearing. March 9, 2011. District Mission. We, along with our community, commit to deliberate excellence for all learners by engaging and educating the whole person to succeed in our dynamic society. District Vision.

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2011 12 public budget hearing

2011-12 Public Budget Hearing

March 9, 2011


District mission

District Mission

We, along with our community, commit to deliberate excellence for all learners by engaging and educating the whole person to succeed in our dynamic society.


District vision

District Vision

The vision of the School District of South Milwaukee is to create a dynamic environment where the world becomes the classroom so the classroom impacts the world.


Assumptions

Assumptions

  • Budget Repair Bill will be passed as presented

  • 2011-13 State Biennial Budget will be passed as presented

  • These State bills are critically important to the assumptions of this budget due to the revenue impact and expenditure impact they have on the District

  • Assumptions will be revised as new information becomes available


Timeline

Timeline

  • March 16th

    • Board Budget Work Session

  • March 23rd

    • Approval of Preliminary Budget & Staffing Plan

  • Staffing levels need to be determined so that scheduling can be done for the 2011-12 school year


Fundamental problem

Fundamental Problem

  • Typical Issue (Past 8 years)

    • Expenditure Growth > Revenue Growth

      • Result is a structural deficit that requires expenditure reductions

  • This Year

    • Expenditure Decrease < Revenue Decrease


Fundamental problem1

Fundamental Problem

$1,412,098 Deficit


Revenues

Revenues

  • Revenue Limit Decrease

    • $1,883,098 (Decrease of $552.58 per pupil)

  • Governor’s Budget

    • Unprecedented Revenue Limit Reduction

    • Unprecedented State Aid Reduction

    • Revenue Limit = State Aid + Local Tax Levy


Expenditures

Expenditures

  • Expenditure Decrease

    • Decrease of $451,000

      • Salary/Benefits/Retiree Health

        • Estimated increase of $999,000

      • Governor’s Budget Repair Bill

        • Employee WRS Contribution of 5.8%

          • Estimated $1,100,000 savings to the District

        • Employee Health Premium Contribution of 12.6%

          • Estimated $400,000 savings to the District


2011 12 deficit

2011-12 Deficit

  • Revenue: ($1,863,098)

  • Expenditures:-($451,000)

  • Deficit($1,412,098)

    We’re All In This Together


Past deficits

Past Deficits

  • 2003-04

  • 2004-05

  • 2005-06

  • 2006-07

  • 2007-08

  • 2008-09

  • 2009-10

  • 2010-11

  • Total:

($1,600,000)

($900,000)

($590,000)

($671,000)

($820,561)

($713,277)

($1,127,092)

($871,807)

($7,270,477)


Recommendations

Recommendations

  • The recommendations were created over multiple meetings between school and district administration

  • Utilized the following Criteria

    • Number of Students Impacted

    • Program Impact

    • Availability of Alternatives

    • Is it is Workable

    • Is it Legal

    • Impact on the Long Term Capacity of the District

    • Impact on the Long Term Budget


Purpose of tonight s meeting

Purpose of Tonight's Meeting

  • The meeting tonight is about obtaining input from the public regarding the recommendations that were presented to the Board on March 2, 2011


Recent big picture activities

Recent Big Picture Activities

  • Wisconsin Association of School Boards Day at the Capitol

  • Wisconsin Alliance for Excellent Schools

  • Staff going to Madison outside of the school day

  • Advocacy Symposium

  • Regular contact and meetings with legislators


Contact

Contact

  • Chris Larson (D) Senator

    • Phone: (608)266-7505

    • Email: [email protected]

  • Mark Honadel (R) Representative

    • Phone: (608)266-0610

    • Email: [email protected]


Thank you for attending

Thank You For Attending

We’re all in this together!


Ground rules

Ground Rules

  • The goal is to receive input from the public. Please do not expect a response to every comment.

  • Only South Milwaukee residents, staff members, students and parents of students will be allowed to speak.

  • Each person signed up may speak up to 2 minutes.

  • Each person may speak once and should include all input in the 2 minute time period.


Budget reduction 1 2

Budget Reduction # 1-2

  • Increase Student Fees

  • Increase Athletic & Activity Fees


Budget reduction 3 5

Budget Reduction #3-5

  • Shift Crossing Guards to Fund 80

  • Apply Utility Increase to Fund 50 & 80

  • Shift Custodial Overtime to Fund 80


Budget reduction 6 15

Budget Reduction #6-15

  • Reduce Site/Department Budgets by 5%

  • Close All Buildings on Fridays during summer

  • Eliminate Student Accident Insurance

  • Reduce High School Paid Supervision

  • Reduce Travel and Professional Dues for Administrators

  • Reduce Physicals for Substitutes

  • Reduce Soda/Water/Food Budget in PDC

  • Reduce Co-Curricular Offerings

  • Reduce Co-Curricular Positions

  • Eliminate K-12 Environmental Coordinator


Budget reduction 16

Budget Reduction #16

  • Close the Pool

    • The administration is recommending that in lieu of closing the pool the Board approve the use of one time funds in the amount of $150,000 for one year in order to fully study the issue.


Budget reduction 17 18

Budget Reduction #17-18

  • Eliminate 1.5 Music Positions at the Middle/High School

  • Eliminate 1.0 Instrumental Music Position

    • The administration is recommending that in lieu of eliminating the 1.0 Instrumental Music Position the Board approve the use of one time funds in the amount of $120,000 for one year in order to fully study the issue.


Budget reduction 19

Budget Reduction #19

  • Eliminate 1.0 High School Technical Education Position


Budget reduction 20

Budget Reduction #20

  • Eliminate 1.0 High School Business Education Position


Budget reduction 21

Budget Reduction #21

  • Eliminate 1.0 Elementary Teacher Position


Budget reduction 22

Budget Reduction #22

  • Eliminate .50 Technology Integration Position


Budget reduction 23 27

Budget Reduction #23-27

  • Eliminate High School Attendance Secretary

  • Eliminate Part-Time Instructional Secretary

  • Reduce Middle School Guidance Secretary by 4 Hours

  • Reduce Copy Center by 2 Hours

  • Reduce Two Elementary Secretaries by 1 Hour


Budget reduction 28 30

Budget Reduction #28-30

  • Eliminate 6 Hours of Paraprofessional Time

  • Eliminate ESL Paraprofessional Position

  • Reduce Luther Library Paraprofessional Position by 1 Hour


Budget reduction 31

Budget Reduction #31

  • Eliminate 1.0 Custodian Position


Budget reduction 32 33

Budget Reduction #32-33

  • Reduce Police Liaison

  • Utilize Retirement Savings


Final thoughts

Final Thoughts

  • Email the District at:

    • [email protected]


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