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2011-12 Budget Overview Supt. Bill Kowba – January 20, 2011. California’s Education Budget Crisis. In the past two years alone, California K-12 funding has been cut $10.2 billion or nearly 15%. $3.0 billion cut in September ’09 $2.4 billion cut in February ‘09 $2.8 billion cut May ’09

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california s education budget crisis
California’s Education Budget Crisis
  • In the past two years alone, California K-12 funding has been cut $10.2 billion or nearly 15%.
    • $3.0 billion cut in September ’09
    • $2.4 billion cut in February ‘09
    • $2.8 billion cut May ’09
    • $2.0 billion more cuts for 2010
  • Are more cuts for 2011-12 on the horizon?
looking back
Looking Back
  • 2009-10 $93 million cut
    • K-3 class size increase (500+ fewer teachers)
    • Eliminated positions – 500+ central office
    • Cut school supply budgets by 25%
    • Early Retirements – $10 million savings
    • Central office cuts in non-personnel and contracts – $20+ million
  • 2010-11 $134 million cut
    • Reduced school year by 5 instructional days
    • Health benefit reductions for employees
    • Cuts to bus transportation – charging for student bus routes
    • Fewer teaching positions – no temporary contract renewals
    • Program cuts for resource teachers, student camps, teacher intern support, parent programs and many others
looking ahead 2011 12 sdusd budget
Looking Ahead2011-12 SDUSD Budget
  • $120 Million Deficit
    • Teacher, other certificated staff layoffs
      • As many as 1,000 teachers, librarians and counselors
    • More classified staff layoffs
      • More than 500 personnel including health techs, library techs, etc.
    • Significant class size increases
      • 30 children in K-3 classes
    • Cuts to Visual and Performing Arts
    • Cuts to Magnet programs
    • Cuts in counselors Partial List
2011 12 budget process
2011-12 Budget Process
  • Superintendent’s Budget
    • Implement Reductions in First Interim Report
      • Basics-Only Schools
      • Additional Central Office Reductions
    • School Site Budget Process
      • Discretionary Funding for site based decisions
      • Parent, community, staff input
  • Board Review and Action
    • February 10 Board meeting
    • Preliminary Budget Decision before March 15 (Certificated Notice deadline and Second Interim Report)
budget solutions in first interim report
Budget Solutions in First Interim Report

Central Office and School Support:

  • Reduce Area Superintendent Budgets
  • Reduce School Police 50% ($2.7 million)
  • Reduce Special Education ($6 million)
  • Reduce all Central Office Divisions (14%)
    • Business Services $2.27m
    • Finance $1.19m
    • IT $1.4m
    • Student Services $1.12m
    • HR $0.62m

Partial List

budget solutions in first interim report1
Budget Solutions in First Interim Report

Instructional Programs Reductions:

  • K-3 Class Size 29.5:1
  • Grades 4-6 Class Size 32:1
  • Middle School Class Size 28.7:1
  • High School Class Size 29:1
  • Reduce GATE Funding (no discretionary funds)
  • Reduce VAPA Funding
  • Suspend Supplemental Magnet Allocations
  • Suspend OCILE Program

Partial List

central office programs for schools
Central Office Programs for Schools

Schools will receive:

  • Area Superintendent Support
  • Gen Ed Nurses (shared pool)
  • Network System & Media Support (shared pool)
  • Elementary Prep Time
  • High School Athletics Allocation
  • JROTC Program
  • Cal-SAFE Program
  • Visiting Teachers Allowance
  • Custodial Positions and Supplies
  • Limited Police Services
tough decisions ahead
Tough Decisions Ahead
  • January-February
    • School Site and Central Office Budget Development
  • February-March
    • Board Hearings on Layoff Resolutions
  • March 15
    • Certificated Layoff Notice Deadline
    • Second Interim Financial Report Due
  • May
    • Governor’s May Budget Revise
    • Classified Staff Layoff Notices
  • June
    • Budget Adoption
    • Statewide New Revenues Special Election?
questions
Questions
  • For more information
    • www.sandi.net/budget
  • Staff Budget Information
    • www.sandi.net/staff/budget