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Wednesday, August 27, 2014 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Wednesday, August 27, 2014 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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  1. Citizens for Huron SchoolsAmy Roldan Co-ChairBrad Hartung Co-ChairScott Matheny TreasurerCommunity Engagement Wednesday, August 27, 2014 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

  2. TRADITION PRIDE SUCCESS

  3. Tonight's purpose • Provide Levy Facts • Financial Overview - Ms. Jacobs • Cost Saving Measures • Campaign Strategy • Questions

  4. RENEWAL 2014 • Renewal Levy: Will NOTincrease taxes • Emergency Operating Levy:Day to day operations, supplies, salaries and benefits • Generates approximately $400,000 annually • 2009 – Last time on ballot

  5. Foundation Payments2005-2014

  6. Tangible Personal Property andReimbursement Payments 2006-2014

  7. Grant Revenue

  8. Local Revenues

  9. Yearly Enrollment 2004-2014

  10. Cost Savings 2013 REDUCTIONS = $700,000 Study Hall Aide (1) Maintenance Position (1) Special Education Aide (2) Three (3) Hour Cafeteria Position High School Media Specialist Teachers (3) – 1 elementary 2 intervention specialists Administrators (2)

  11. Cost Savings 2013 Lower Cost Teacher (Health Teacher) Health Insurance – Non-Union and Administration – employee contribution Lower Cost Bus Drivers (2) – Retirement 2013 Bus Route Changes Agreement with HCEA

  12. Cost Savings 2014 PERSONNEL REDUCTIONS = $750,000 Spanish Teacher (1) Music/Band Teacher (1) Business/Technology Teacher (1) CBI Instructor (1) Heath/Physical Ed. Teacher (1) 5th Grade – retirement (1) Special Education Teacher (.5) Library Tech (1) Academic Leaders (12) Supplemental Contracts (20)

  13. Additional Savings 2014 LOWER COST TEACHER • Elementary • Special Education ADMINISTRATION • High School Principal – Lower Salary • Shawnee Elementary – Lower Salary MISCELLANEOUS • Agreement with HEA • Electronic School Handbooks

  14. COST CONTAINMENT Deficit Spending FY12 = -$778,000 FY13 = -$1.5 million FY14 = -$221,000

  15. CAMPAIGN STRATEGY 70 days until Election – November 4th RENEWAL – Will NOT increase taxes Take nothing for granted Organized Effort – Focus on the positives Meet every Wednesday 6 P.M. – 7 P.M. McCormick Junior High School (every other Wed. in October) Levy Steering Committee Co-Chairs – Amy Roldan, Brad Hartung; Treasurer – Scott Matheny

  16. Campaign Sub-CommitteesCo-Chairs • Finance and Fundraising – Matheny & Hartung & Jacobs • Voter Registration, Absentee and Early Voting – Munafo & Camella & Charville • Yard Signs – Carter & Doughty & Kucbel • Social Media/Communications/Printed Materials – Houston & Roldan & Standring

  17. IMMEDIATE NEXT STEPS • Voter Registration and Information Sharing Tables – athletic events and P/T Conferences • Committee selection – September 3rd • Committee’s begin to strategize plan and create time-lines • Recruit volunteers • Spaghetti Dinner Fund Raiser – Friday, Sept. 26th – 4:30p – 7:00p – Huron High School • Share constructive suggestions or questions – Steering Committee Co-Chairs; Superintendent or Treasurer

  18. CONTINUED ENGAGEMENT CoffeeConnections – Engagement Session • Collaboration with Huron City Manager • SaturdaySeptember 13th; 9:00 am–10:00 am • Berardi’sRestaurant • Small Group Discussion and Question/Answer Session Focusing on District and City Related Topics

  19. CITIZENS for HURON SCHOOLS NEXT MEETING Wednesday, September 3rd 6:00p – 7:00p McCormick Auditorium www.citizensforhuronschools.com

  20. QUESTIONS ?