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Portland Public Schools. Superintendent’s 2010-11 Budget March 3, 2010 Dr. James C. Morse, Sr. Portland Public Schools. Vision. Future Search: Broad Themes Schools are safe, welcoming and respectful community learning centers

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Portland public schools

Portland Public Schools

Superintendent’s 2010-11 Budget

March 3, 2010

Dr. James C. Morse, Sr.

Portland Public Schools


Vision
Vision

  • Future Search: Broad Themes

    • Schools are safe, welcoming and respectful community learning centers

    • Students' success depends on strong community partnerships, including families

    • Education starts at birth and should include preschool

    • Success in the global marketplace demands 21st-century skills and technology

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Vision1
Vision

  • Future Search: Broad Themes

    • All school employees are responsible for making sure that every student learns

    • All students should experience rigor, relevance and relationships in their education

    • All students should have equal access to quality education and facilities

    • All students should graduate and be ready for college or careers

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Equity the measure for success
EquityThe Measure for Success

  • Systems Thinking

    • The 3 Musketeer Approach

      • One for All & All for One

      • Critical Review of Programming

      • Common High Standards & Expectations

  • Balance & Accountability

    • Site Based and Central Office

      • Working Together

      • Defining Centralized Responsibility

      • Defining Building Responsibility

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Equity performance driven
EquityPerformance Driven

  • Equity does not mean equal, it means equal access (AP courses, College Prep Courses, Acceleration, Intervention)

  • Equity does not mean equal, it means fair

  • Equity does not mean equal, it means that the resources of the the district will be distributed based upon the needs of the student

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Equity performance driven1
EquityPerformance Driven

  • Free & Reduced Lunch Count: 49%

    • Federal Measure of Poverty

    • State Weight Factor - 1.15

    • Federal Funds through Title Programs

  • English Language Learners (ELL): 26%

    • Students Who do not Speak English as Their Primary Language

    • State Weight Factor - 1.525

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Equity performance driven2
EquityPerformance Driven

  • Special Needs Students: 16%

    • Students who require accommodations due to a learning disability in order to provide a comparable teaching/ learning experience

    • Funding Source - Local & Federal

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Equity performance driven3
EquityPerformance Driven

  • Goal: Small Class Size in K-2 Weight - 1.25

    • Implement over the next five years

  • Resource Distribution

    • Weighed by Poverty, ELL, SPED, & Performance

  • Identify Critical Components for ALL Levels

  • Access to Opportunity

    • AP Courses Open to All

      • Must Develop a Deliberate Plan to Open Up AP courses

      • Intensive Programming to Accelerate Learning

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Equity performance driven4
EquityPerformance Driven

  • Assessment

    • NECAP, mixed district results on AYP

    • NWEA, individual student performance

  • Analysis

    • Central Office responsibility

  • Accountability

    • Building Level responsibility

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Equity resource reallocation
EquityResource Reallocation

  • High School Schedule Framework

  • Why? Different Schedules Result in Needless & Costly Duplication

    • Low Enrollment Courses Offered at One High School

    • HS Music Offered at One High School

    • Maintains Rich Course Offerings from AP to Alt Ed

    • Lowers Cost Per Student Per Course

    • Extends School Day for ELL Students

    • Allows for District Reallocation to Other Programs

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Equity measuring success
Equity Measuring Success

  • Central Office Reorganization

    • Academic Focus

      • Chief Academic Officer

      • Curriculum Coordination

    • Accountability

      • Data Collection

      • Data Analysis

    • Affordability: Two Measures

      • Proper Controls - Benchmarking

      • Can We Afford Not To?

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Superintendent s budget
Superintendent’s Budget

First Draft: $95,600,331: All Requests, No Cuts

Superintendent’s Recommended Budget

$89,319,834

Decrease Budget 2009-10: $2,017,209

Increase Local Effort: 2.5% or $1,666,805

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Revenues

  • EPS (State Subsidy) FY11 Projected at $10,236,809

  • Federal Stabilization Funds Estimated at $4,224,559

  • Miscellaneous Revenues $6,519,438

  • Amount Needed From Local Tax Share $68,339,805

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Superintendent s budget1
Superintendent’s Budget

  • Revenue Loss

    • State $4.3 Million

    • Federal $1.0 Million

      • Medicaid

    • Title Set Aside $1.0 Million

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Superintendent s budget2
Superintendent’s Budget

  • Automatic Cost Escalators

    • Salary 2009-10 2010-11

      • Teacher Step $824,950

      • Teacher Lane Change $153,000

      • Base,Non Represented, $209,487

        Ed Techs, PAA, Steps

    • Health Insurance (2%) $200,000

    • Utilities

      • Heating Fuel $1,225,000 $1,363,000

      • Electricity $1,190,105 $1,249,105

      • Fleet Fuel $116,540 $126,840

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FY11 Expenditures

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Revenues

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Budget vs. Tax Share Comparison

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Elementary schools
Elementary Schools

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Middle schools
Middle Schools

Lincoln Moore King

’10 –’11 Enrollment 505 550-560 554-550

Projections

’09-’10 Enrollment 468 542 488

’08-’09 Enrollment 478 539 486

’07-’08 Enrollment 442 524 487

Demographic Makeup

F&R ELL F&R ELL F&R ELL

’09-’10 52% 28% 48% 17% 56% 28%

’08-’09 47% 26% 46% 16% 54% 26%

’07-’08 43% 23% 35% 14% 53% 27%

  • Maintaining student teacher ratios to promote strong student/adult relationships

  • Providing appropriate academic offerings for differentiated population to promote rigor

    and relevance

  • Increased support for English Language Learners and disadvantaged youth

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High schools
High Schools

Deering Portland Casco Bay PATHS

’10-’11Projected 988 968 271 600+

Enrollment

’09-’10 Enrollment 1075 900 246 600+

’08-’09 Enrollment 1180 905 230 620

’07-’08 Enrollment 1230 1010 186 625

Focus Areas

  • Class Size / Student: Teacher Ratio to promote strong student:adult relationships

  • Increased support for disadvantaged, Special Education, and multilingual students

  • Providing appropriate academic offerings for differentiated population to promote rigor and relevance

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Demographic makeup
Demographic Makeup

DeeringPortlandCasco Bay

F&R ELL F&R ELL F&R ELL

’09- ’10 38% 14% 52% 25% 42% 16%

’08- ’09 30% 11% 50% 26% 39% 15%

’07-’08 24% 9% 46% 24% 33% 7%

’06-’07 23% 8% 49% 23% 35% 9%

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Equity resource reallocation1
Equity Resource Reallocation

  • Special Education: By state standards Portland spends more per student than other Maine school systems

  • Maine $9,624 per student cost without special education services

  • Portland $10,875 per student cost without special education services

  • Portland $19,248 per student cost for students receiving special

    education services

    Debrajean Scheible, MDOE Feb.2010

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Student Support Services

Information as of December 1, 2009

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Multilingual and multicultural center
Multilingual and Multicultural Center

  • Who we Serve

    • 1864 are Language Minority (Students with a primary home language other than English)

    • 1618 of whom are English Language Learners (ELL) These are students who score between 1.0 – 5.9 on ACCESS, a test required to meet NCLB mandates

    • 97% of ELL receive free or reduced lunch

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Multilingual and Multicultural Center

  • Unmet Needs

    • ELL enrollment has grown 62% in the last six years, yet overall staff serving ELL has dropped 15%

    • Need for academic support to all ELL in ACCESS levels 1.0-5.9 by a certified teacher with ESL endorsement. Most resources are provided to students in levels 1.0-3.0 on ACCESS test

    • Need for professional development of mainstream teachers so that they can continue to support the needs of ELL

    • Need for extended learning time for ELL specifically in the lower levels

    • Need for early childhood education focusing on English language skills as well as social, emotional and academic readiness

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Food services 2011
Food Services 2011

  • Five Year Plan

  • Increase Meal Counts and Revenue

  • Decrease Food Costs and Labor Costs with investments

  • Result - New menus, new serving concepts, updated equipment, increased productivity, shorter lunch lines

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Food services
Food Services

  • Choice menus in all schools – FY11

  • Middle Schools prepare their own meals – FY11

  • Salad bars for all elementary schools for fruit and vegetable choices – FY12

  • Ovens on site to reheat elementary meals – FY13

  • Pre-packed meal components to improve quality and speed up lunch lines – FY15

  • Less Subsidy required – FY14, FY15

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Middle Schools control their food,Central Kitchen gets automated equipment,Elementary Schools get a kitchen and salad bars,Students get better food, reheated on site, with less waste, served faster!

Investment Reduces Subsidy

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Facilities
Facilities

  • Budget Drivers

    • Aging buildings

    • Utility costs

    • Costs of goods and services

  • Unmet Needs

    • Capital improvements including security and technology upgrades

    • Capital renewal including roof, window and door replacements

    • Preventive maintenance

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Facilities

  • Efficiencies

    • More E-Rate telephone and data infrastructure projects (Presumpscot, King Middle School, Riverton)

    • Collaboration with other City Departments

      • HVAC maintenance, snow removal, grounds keeping & recycling

    • On-line custodial supply ordering with direct delivery(joint city contract)

  • Opportunities

    - Maine DOE Major Capital Improvement Program

    • Energy conservation and investment (City ESCO)

    • Maine DOE Revolving Renovation Fund

    • Engaging students, staff and volunteers in school projects

    • Federal stimulus funding

    • Updating building use policy

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Transportation services
Transportation Services

  • Impact Areas

    • Special education out of district transportation

    • In district programming transportation

    • Purchased transportation

    • Vehicle Maintenance (reduce vehicle miles / 6 new buses)

    • Fuel (reduce vehicle miles / 6 new buses)

  • Long Range Needs

    • Fleet Upgrades – 2010-2011 and 2011-2012

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Non personnel cuts
Non-Personnel Cuts

  • Original Draft: $95,600,331

    • Larger Non-Personnel Cuts

      • Retirement Incentive $1,586,866

      • Debt Reduction $1,120,007

      • Health Insurance (2%) $ 800,000

      • Food Service $ 316,000

      • Transportation $ 250,000

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Non-Personnel Cuts

  • Larger Non-Personnel Cuts (continued)

    • Unfilled Positions $ 100,000

    • Medicaid $ 80,000

    • Middle level Sports $ 188,000

    • H.S. Freshman Sports $ 200,000

    • Co-Curricular $ 30,000

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Personnel cuts
Personnel Cuts

  • Administration

    • Elementary 1.2

  • Teacher Reductions

    • Elementary Teachers 3.9

    • Middle School 7

    • High School 12.1

    • Special Ed 15

    • District 5.02

    • Adult Ed 1.08

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Personnel Cuts

  • Ed Techs

    • K - 12 22.11

  • Food Service

    • K-12 4.75

  • Secretaries

    • K-12 6.4

  • Custodians/Maint

    • K-12 2

  • Total All Staff

    • Retirements and Job Loss 80.56

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Equity unmet needs
EquityUnmet Needs

  • Unmet Needs for Consideration

    • ELL - Increase Resources Despite Dwindling Resources

      • Reallocate Funding to Increase Staffing

      • 62% Increase In Students in 6 Years

    • Elementary Classrooms

      • 4 Additional Teachers Needed to Keep Class Sizes Reasonable

    • Lincoln Middle School

      • Social Studies Program Needs 3 Additional Teachers

      • Only Middle School w/o Full S.S. Staff

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Equity Unmet Needs

  • Computer Integrationist at Moore

    • Only Middle School w/o Integrationist

    • $100,000 to finish wiring Lyseth, Longfellow and Hall

  • Early Childhood

    • Pre-School in Partnership with Other City Providers

    • Five Year Plan to Lower Class Sizes in K-2 to 15:1 (avg.)

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Equity unmet needs2
EquityUnmet Needs

  • Elementary Facilities

    • Equitable Primary Buildings Throughout City

    • Elementary Task Force

      • Defining Needs

      • Apply to State for New School

      • Build Local Capacity

  • Technology

    Build Infrastructure, Create Equity

    • All Schools Have Wireless - Equity

    • Continue Capital Improvement Plan

    • Centralize Procurement

    • Establish Base Standards for Software & Equipment

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World languages recommendations
World Languages Recommendations

  • World Language

    • Elementary Schools

      • Over 60 languages spoken in PPS

      • World Language program needs to start in elementary

      • 3 Year Implementation Plan - 5 teachers

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Unmet needs world languages recommendations
Unmet NeedsWorld Languages Recommendations

  • Learning a foreign language helps to develop cultural understanding and convey respect for other cultures

  • Students who learn another language perform better on standardized tests in other content areas

  • Completing four years of world language study in high school is a strong predictor of student success in college

  • Students proficient in a second language maintain sustainable competitive advantage in college acceptance and the workforce

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Unmet needs world language phase in
Unmet Needs World Language Phase-In

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Desired state
Desired State

  • Clear & Common Curriculum for All

  • High Expectations for Staff & Students

  • Purposeful and Deliberate Allocation of Staff & Resources - Equity

  • Balance Between the Needs of the System & the Needs of a Building

  • Improved Student Performance

  • The Best School System in the State

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