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  1. POCANTICO HILLS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 2008-2009 Draft School Budget April 7, 2008 Board Of Education

  2. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetPrevious Presentations • April 9, 2008 - PTA • April 7, 2008 - BOE • April 2, 2008 - Foundation • March 25, 2008 -BOE • March 19, 2008 -PTA • March 10, 2008 -BOE • February 25. 2008 -BOE • January 22. 2008 -BOE

  3. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget2007-08 District Goals FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY • Continue to educate the community on the liability associated with tax certiorari claims. • Educate the community on the facilities needs of the district and develop a long range plan.

  4. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget2007-08 District Goals HOME AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS • Enhance home and community communication through the use of the District’s technology and print media and by continuing to collaborate with the school’s PTA and Foundation.

  5. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget2007-08 District Goals STUDENT SUPPORT • Continue to review special education services and delivery models in light of last year’s special education report. • Continue to staff the school district in ways that better represent our diverse school community. • Develop an automated student grade reporting system for the middle school.

  6. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget2007-08 District Goals ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE • Continue to implement our math curriculum through multiple resources including new math textbooks and software.

  7. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget2007-08 District Goals STAFF EFFECTIVENESS • Continue to develop social studies curriculum maps. • Begin to develop science curriculum maps. • Continue to introduce instructional technologies to new and existing staff.

  8. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget2007-08 District Goals BOARD GOALS • Continue to provide a budget process that reflects the community’s interests. • Implement next steps in meeting the facilities needs of the district.

  9. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetCommunication Plan • At each of the five identified budget workshops the entire budget will be presented to ensure that residents that miss one or more budget workshops will not miss a presentation on any portion of the budget. • The instructional staff, student government, School Foundation and PTA will be provided with a budget presentation.

  10. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetCommunication Plan • The Budget Newsletter will be mailed at two distinct times to generate community input, once prior to the Board’s adoption of the budget, and once prior to the legally required budget hearing. • A special e-mail address has been reestablished to provide an avenue for community residents to pose questions and/or comments, and receive a response from the Assistant Superintendent – www.budgetinfo@pocanticohills.org

  11. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetCommunication Plan • Budget information will be posted to the District’s website throughout the budget development process • In addition to the community wide invitation to attend the budget workshops, key neighborhood community members will be invited to attend budget workshops.

  12. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetCommunication Plan • Reminder to Vote telephone chains will be employed to encourage community members to vote on May 20, 2008. • The K12 alerts system will be used periodically to remind all who have registered to attend the budget workshops.

  13. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetBudget Development Process • A school budget is a financial plan created to support the operation of the school system and the delivery of the educational program. • The budget process begins in October with a workshop with the staff.

  14. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetBudget Development Process • Budget Presentation May 12 : the budget must be presented at the budget hearing, not less than seven (7) or more than fourteen (14) days prior to the annual meeting/budget vote date. • Budget Availability; the budget document shall be complete and available upon request to residents within the district (7) days before the budget hearing and fourteen (14) days before the annual meeting/vote date.

  15. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetBudget Development Process • Annual Meeting and Election: The annual meeting and election must be held on the third Tuesday of May. (May 20, 2008) • Three-Part Budget: Districts are required to prepare a three-part budget containing administrative, program, and capital components.

  16. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetBudget Development Timeline October 4, Staff Orientation to Budget Development December 12, Budget Worksheets Submitted to the Business Office February 4, 2008 Board Discussion of Significant Budgetary Considerations February 25, Board of Education Meeting/Review of Preliminary Budget March 10, Board of Education Meeting/Review of Preliminary Budget

  17. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget Budget Development Timeline March 19 PTA Budget Presentation March 25, Board of Education Meeting/Review of Preliminary Budget Week of March 31, Budget Newsletter Mailed to Residents April 4, Legal Advertisement for Budget Notice April 7, Board of Education Meeting/Review of Preliminary Budget/ Board Adoption of Budget

  18. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget Budget Development Timeline April 9 PTA Budget Presentation April 21, Last Day to File Petitions for Board Election and Propositions May 7 , Budget Newsletter Mailed to Residents May 8 , PTA Meet the Candidates Night May 12, Board Meeting-Public Hearing Presentation Only May 14 School Budget Notice Mailed to Residents May 20, 2008-2009 Budget Vote

  19. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget Significant Budgetary Items • Impact of Tax Certiorari Claims/Settlements • Changes in Assessed Valuation • Purchase of replacement buses, • Health Insurance Increases • Salary Increases • Retirement Cost Increases • High School Tuition Increases • Utilities

  20. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetSchool District Funds • The general fund relies on taxes, state aid, and miscellaneous revenue and supports all regular school activities • The school lunch fund provides the child nutrition program to our students. • The special aid fund provides for the district’s grant funded programs

  21. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetSchool District Funds • The capital fund provides for all permanent improvements to our facilities and is funded from the general fund and bond issue proceeds • The trust and agency funds are used to account for assets held by a governmental unit in a trustee capacity and/or as agent for individuals. The funds are custodial in nature and are used to account for contributions or endowments

  22. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetWhere Your Dollar Goes$22,699,313

  23. Where Every Revenue Dollar Comes From $22,699,313

  24. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetHighlights of the Budget • Instructional Supplies & Materials $104,000 • Bus Replacement (Short Term Debt) $ 37,500 • Interscholastic Program $ 45,398 • Summer Camp $312,646 • Swim Program $169,423 • After School Program $ 53,856 • Shade Replacement Program $ 15,000 • Ceiling Tile Replacement Program $ 20,000

  25. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetHighlights of the Budget • Tennis Court Repair $ 5,000 • Re-set Front Slate Walkway $ 20,000 • Volleyball/Badminton Play area $ 5,000 • New Financial Software $ 30,000 • Continuation of IPA $ 35,000 • Supplies for School Play $ 1,490 • Supplies for Student Mentoring $ 4,120 • Funds for Field Trips $ 23,200 • Tuition Increases $472,492

  26. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetDistrict Personnel 2007-2008 2008-2009 Change Administrators 3.0 3.0 -0- Clerical 8.0 8.0 -0- Custodial 11.0 11.0 -0- Teachers 42.40 42.4 -0- Teacher Asst. 7.50 7.50 -0- Teacher Aides 2.0 2.0 -0- Monitors 5.0 5.0 -0- Total 78.90 78.90 -0-

  27. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetIncreases/(Decreases) • Salaries $ 234,670 • Equipment $ (43,270) • Contractual $ 37,748 • Utilities $ 107,388 • Supplies $ 20,451 • Tuition $ 472,492 • Textbooks $ 258 • BOCES $ (109,986) • Benefits $ 133,746 • Debt Service $ 291,889 • Software $ (12,000) • Total $ 1,094,703

  28. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget • Uniform System of Accounts • Function • Object

  29. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 2007-2008 2008-09 1000-General Support $ 2,286,473 $ 2,615,006 2000-Instruction $14,421,635 $14,691,587 5000-Transportation $ 1,151,784 $ 1,231,967 7000-Community Svc. $ 475,390 $ 504,473 9000-Undistributed $ 3,269,328 $ 3,656,280 Total Budget $21,604,610 $22,699,313

  30. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • GENERAL SUPPORT 2007-2008 2008-09 1010-Board of Education $ 5,500 $ 5,500 Page 4 1040 -District Clerk $ 13,000 $ 13,150 1060-District Meeting $ 9,500 $ 9,500 Total Board of Education $ 28,000 $ 28, 150 1240-Chief School Adm. $153,812 $245,324 Page 5

  31. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • GENERAL SUPPORT 2007-2008 2008-09 1310-Business Admin. $302,179 $315,891 Page 6 1320-Auditing $ 62,000 $ 55,500 Page7 1325-Treasurer $ 37,402 $ 40,244 Total Finance $401,581 $411,635 1420-Legal $217,513 $267,642 Page 8 1480-Public Info. $ 23,050 $ 27,000

  32. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • CENTRAL SERVICES 2007-2008 2008-09 1620/21-Oper./Maint. $1,238,716 $1,397,655 Page 9 1670-Central Print $ 43,262 $ 46,262 Page 10 Total Central Services $1,281,978 $1,443,917 • SPECIAL ITEMS 1910-Insurance $ 56,066 $ 56,066 Page 11 1920-School Assn. Dues $ 10,636 $ 11,713 1950-Assessment $ 40,000 $ 44,000

  33. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • SPECIAL ITEMS 1964-Refund of Tax $ 29,565 $ 34,482 Page 11 1981-Admin BOCES $ 44,272 $ 45,077 Total Special Items $ 180,539 $ 191,338 Total General Support $2,286,473 $2,615,006

  34. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • INSTRUCTION 2007-2008 2008-09 2020-Instruct. Supv. $ 258,969 $ 127,859 Page 12 2070-Inser. Training $ 58,598 $ 46,825 2110-Teaching $9,345,333 $9,666,226 Supv & Instruct. $9,662,900 $9,840,909

  35. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • INSTRUCTION 2007-2008 2008-09 2250-Stud.with Disab. $3,428,048 $3,532,740 Page 13 2270-Academic Inter. $ 167,966 $ 155,084 Total Special Schools $3,596,014 $3,687,824

  36. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • INSTRUCTION 2007-2008 2008-09 2610-School Library $165,950 $135,566 Page 14 2620-Education. TV $ 6,016 $ - 0 – 2630-Computer Instr. $595,195 $618,574 Total Library & CAI $767,161 $754,140

  37. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • INSTRUCTION 2007-2008 2008-09 2805-Attendence $ 3,080 $ - 0 - Page 16 2810-Guidance $119,475 $125,186 Page 15 2815-Health $117,587 $120,621 2820-Psychology $110,020 $117,509 Total Pupil Personnel $350,162 $363,316

  38. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • INSTRUCTION 2007-2008 2008-09 2855-Interscholastic $ 45,398 $ 45,398 Page 16 Total Instruction $14,421,635 $14,691,587

  39. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • TRANSPORTATION 2007-2008 2008-09 5510-District Oper. $ 639,464 $ 712,825 Page 17 5540-Private Carrier $ 512,320 $ 519,142 Total Transportation $1,151,784 $1,231,967

  40. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • Community Service 2007-2008 2008-09 7140-Community Rec. $ 161,754 $ 169,423 Page 18 7141-Day Camp $ 260,688 $ 281,194 7142-Afterschool $ 52,948 $ 53,856 Total Community Svce. $ 475,390 $ 504,473

  41. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • Undistributed – Employee Benefits 2007-2008 2008-09 9000-Empl. Benefits $2,656,153 $2,731,217 Page 19 • Debt Service 9700-Debt Service $ 538,175 $ 830,064 Page 20 • INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9900-Interfund Tranf. $ 75,000 $ 95,000 Page 21

  42. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetNew Changes to Prior Drafts • February 25, 2008 Edition TRS Rate 8.73% • February TRS Reduced Rate To 7.63% • Increase in Tax Cert. Refunds $1,000,000 • Resulting in Additional Debt $ 78,334 • Possible Reduction in Assessed Valuation $ 56,100 • Changes in Equalization Rates (Mt. Pleasant – no change) • Mt. Pleasant 1.40% • Greenburgh 2.88% • Revised Estimated Tax Rate • Mt. Pleasant 6.43% • Greenburgh 12.71%

  43. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget$22,699,313 • BUDGET AMOUNTIMPACT ON TAX RATE • $ 100,000 .61% • $ 163,000 1.00% • $ 250,000 1.53% • $ 500,000 3.05% • $ 750,000 4.58% • $ 1,000,000 6.11%

  44. 2008-2009 Draft School Budget • 2007-2008 Advertised Tax Rate Increase 14.21% • 2007-2008 Actual Tax Rate Increase 10.86% • Impact of Significant Delay on Assessor Implementing Court Ordered Assessment Changes, and Other Assessment Changes 3.35%

  45. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetProjected Tax Rate Increase • The Draft Budget provides for: • Budget to Budget Increase of 5.07% • Projected Tax Rate Increase: • With Assessment Changes: Greenburgh 12.71% Mt. Pleasant 6.43% • Without Assessment & Equalization Changes: Greenburgh 5.86% Mt. Pleasant 5.86%

  46. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetAssessed Valuation Mt. Pleasant Greenburg 2003-04 16,715,484 41,933,416 2004-05 16,631,073 41,723,576 2005-06 16,248,572 40,879,798 2006-07 15,870,156 40,827,504 2007-08 15,235,665 37,146,763 2008-09 est. 14,830,959 35,554,697 07-08/08-09 Change (404,706) (1,592,066) Tax Rate Impact: 3.65% 3.65%

  47. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetAssessed Valuation

  48. 2008-2009 Draft School BudgetAssessed Valuation

  49. BUDGETARY OVERVIEW OF 2008-2009 DRAFT BUDGET