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SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEE COUNTY

TENTATIVE BUDGET HEARING

JULY 29, 2010

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEE COUNTY

TENTATIVE BUDGET HEARING

JULY 29, 2010

2011 tentative budget july 29 2010 agenda
2011 Tentative BudgetJuly 29, 2010Agenda
  • Call to Order
  • Presentation
    • Percent of Increase over Roll Back Rate
    • Proposed Millage
    • Budget Overview
    • Proposed Tentative Budget
    • Class Size Strategies
  • Public Hearing on Proposed Millage Rates, Tentative Budget, and Class Size Strategies
  • Adoption of Resolutions
  • Good of the Order
  • Adjourn
roll back rate
Roll-Back Rate
  • The millage rate necessary to generate the same amount of money as raised the prior school year using the current year’s tax roll.
2010 2011 roll back millage
2010-2011Roll-Back Millage

This represents a 8.79% percent decrease over the roll-back rate.

The Required Local Effort (RLE) roll-back rate represents an 6.32% decrease.

The RLE is required to participate in the Florida Education Finance Program, and is 72% of the total proposed millage.

millage comparison
Millage Comparison

**Millage rates are

Established for each school

District by the State

Legislature through the

FEFP, and by state statute.

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Millage Comparison

This year’s tax roll brings the District’s tax roll back to 2005 levels

tentative budget
Tentative Budget

FUND TYPEAMOUNT

General (Operating) $733,778,867

Special Revenue - Food Service 41,581,151

Special Revenue – Federal Grants 83,560,877

Debt Service 48,903,428

Capital Projects 377,169,583

Internal Services 110,678,483

TOTAL$1,395,672,389

budget facts
Budget Facts

Each budget fund is earmarked for specific purposes:

  • General-education of students and operating expenses of the district
  • Debt service-payment of debt
  • Capital-used to build schools, buy equipment, and provide maintenance services
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Budget Facts

Each fund is earmarked for specific purposes:

  • Food Service-supports the breakfast and lunch program for all students
  • Special Revenue-federal funds that must be used for the specific purpose of the grant
  • Internal Service-accounts for the insurance costs of the district
general fund
General Fund
  • Our major source of revenue for the district’s daily operations
  • Now budgeted at $733.8 million (53% of total budget)
  • Supports approximately 81,000 students
fefp revenue
FEFP Revenue
  • Total FEFP Revenues are $572.4 million
  • $3.7 million increase over the prior year, but a decrease in per pupil funding
  • Generates $7,088 per student
  • Base student allocation decrease of $7 per student to $3,623.76
  • 14% decrease in the tax roll from last year means 36% of FEFP dollars are state funded
food services
Food Services
  • Current budget is $41.6 million
  • Budget includes breakfast for every child (at no cost to parents)
  • No increase in lunch prices for 2011
special revenue
Special Revenue
  • Includes Title I, IDEA, and other federal grants
  • Also includes all ARRA “stimulus” dollars
  • Currently budgeted at $83.6 million
  • Estimated to grow in the next few months
capital budget
Capital Budget
  • Currently budgeted at $377.2 million
  • Large decrease to capital funds due to decrease in tax roll (14%) and millage rate
  • Capital millage will be reduced by .25 to accommodate need for critical operating millage
  • Five year plan has three K-12 school and two adult facilities for next five years
  • Maintenance/renovations/technology is the major focus
budget shortfall fund
Budget Shortfall Fund
  • Budget shortfall fund this year will be used to protect us from loss of stimulus funds
  • Will also be used to absorb prorations throughout the year
  • Already suffered some revenue loss from first calculation due to tax roll decline ($1.1 million)
  • Budget shortfall fund is currently $26,968,981
class size strategies
Class Size Strategies

Phase I

  • Elementary schools allocated at 18 and 22
  • Designated “growth” schools received additional teachers to start class sizes low
  • Actively looking to hire retired teachers (at suggestion of Foundation for Lee County Public Schools Board)
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Class Size Strategies

Phase I

  • Secondary schools allocated teachers at .5 under cap
  • Secondary schools should work to:
    • Schedule all certificated personnel (APs,Guid,Media)
    • Invite teachers to work extra period
    • May need to fill in with long term subs as co-teachers
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Class Size Strategies

Phase II (if vote does not pass in November)

  • Will need to hire additional teachers at all levels
  • May also need additional temporary classroom space
  • Total cost of Phase II=$5 million
  • Reserve set aside in budget for phase II implementation
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Class Size Strategies
  • Phase I has been implemented
  • Cost of $5 million
  • Phase II will be implemented at change in semester if necessary at additional $5 million cost
lee county schools budget
Lee County Schools Budget
  • Supports 114 schools
  • An estimated 81,000 students
  • Supports the initiatives of the state and strategic plan
    • Safety
    • Reading and Math initiatives
    • Access to accelerated programs
    • Intensive assistance to get every child on grade level
lee county schools
Lee County Schools
  • One of only nine districts that have improved every year for the past six years
  • More “A” schools than ever before
  • Graduation rate is the highest ever and dropout rate is the lowest ever
  • Focused on continuous improvement
  • We still have much more work to do to reach every child

AN “A” SCHOOL DISTRICT

our vision
Our Vision

TO BE A WORLD CLASS SCHOOL SYSTEM

We respectfully submit this budget in support of our vision, our mission, the students and employees of the Lee County School District, and the Citizens of Lee County.

tonight s action
Tonight’s Action
  • Adopt all proposed millages for the 2010-2011 tentative budget
  • Adopt the tentative budget for the 2010-2011 fiscal year
  • Adopt all resolutions related to the millages and budget
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GOOD OF THE ORDER

PRIOR TO PUBLIC MEETING

superintendent s recommendation
Superintendent’s Recommendation

1. Recommend that the Lee County School Board adopt the 2010-2011 tentative proposed required local effort millage of 5.767 mills with a proposed amount to be raised of $326,535,777. The RLE millage includes basic RLE of 5.731, and a prior period adjustment millage of .036.

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Superintendent’s Recommendation

2. Recommend that the Lee County School Board adopt the 2010-2011 tentative proposed basic discretionary millage of .748 mills with a proposed amount to be raised of $42,352,829.

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Superintendent’s Recommendation

3. Recommend that the Lee County School Board adopt the 2010-2011 tentative proposed critical operating millage of .250 mills with a proposed amount to be raised of $14,155,358.

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Superintendent’s Recommendation

4. Recommend that the Lee County School Board adopt the 2010-2011 tentative proposed capital outlay millage of 1.250 with a proposed amount to be raised of $70,776,786. The total millage will equal 8.015 mills with a total amount to be raised of $453,820,750. The total millage rate to be levied does not exceed the roll back rate. It is a decrease in the roll back rate of 8.79%.

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Superintendent’s Recommendation

5. Recommend that the Lee County School Board adopt the Resolution Determining Revenues and Millages Levied and the Resolution Adopting the Tentative Millage Rates for the fiscal year 2010-2011.

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Superintendent’s Recommendation

6. Recommend that the Lee County School Board adopt the tentative budget and related resolution adopting the tentative budget for the 2010-2011 school year as follows:

  • General Operating $733,778,867
  • Special Revenue Budget $125,142,028
  • Debt Service Budget $ 48,903,428
  • Capital Outlay Budget $377,169,583
  • Internal Service Budget $110,678,483

Total Tentative Budget $1,395,672,389

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Superintendent’s Recommendation

7. Recommend that the Lee County School Board accept the 2010 Certification of Taxable Value for Lee County, Form 420S, and authorize the Superintendent to complete and execute the form.

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Superintendent’s Recommendation

8. Recommend that the Lee County School Board schedule a public hearing on the final 2010-2011 millage levies, final budget, and class size strategies for the 2010-2011 school year for Tuesday, September 14, 2010, at a specially scheduled board meeting, to begin at 5:05 P.M. at the Lee County Public Education Center, Board Room.

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