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Arlington Public Schools. FY 2015 Proposed Budget Development. Dr. Patrick K. Murphy December 11, 2013. APS Revenue Outlook. Arlington County funds almost 80% of APS’ budget Overall revenue picture for APS reflects the county’s revenue picture. FY 2015 Revenue Pressures. Federal Funding

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arlington public schools

Arlington Public Schools

FY 2015 Proposed Budget Development

Dr. Patrick K. Murphy

December 11, 2013

aps revenue outlook
APS Revenue Outlook
  • Arlington County funds almost 80% of APS’ budget
  • Overall revenue picture for APS reflects the county’s revenue picture
fy 2015 revenue pressures
FY 2015 Revenue Pressures
  • Federal Funding
    • Steady decrease over past 4 years
      • Almost $4.4 million or 26% since FY 2011
  • State Aid
    • New biennial budget
    • VRS contribution rate increase
    • Additional state mandates
aps expenditure assumptions
APS Expenditure Assumptions
  • Employee Compensation
    • VRS contribution rate will increase by nearly 25% or $7.5 million
    • An additional $1.0 million for increased health care costs
  • $11.2 million to fund enrollment growth

Before funding compensation or additional instructional time, APS must first cover these additional costs of $19.7 million.

aps enrollment growth
APS – Enrollment Growth

Class Size by Grade (2013-14)

aps impact of enrollment growth
APS – Impact of Enrollment Growth
  • Growing Enrollment
    • 26% increase since FY 2008
    • 3.6% increase projected for FY15
      • 837 additional students
  • Capacity Issues
    • Elementary at 105.6% and climbing
    • Overall projected at 102.8% for FY15
    • As new building space comes on board, additional operational costs are incurred
aps expenditures required for additional students
APS – Expenditures Required for Additional Students
  • Cost of Enrollment
    • School staffing
    • Instructional materials and technology
    • Relocatables
    • Average annual cost past 4 years = $9.5 million
    • Projected cost for FY15 = $11.2 million
aps expenditure pressures
APS – Expenditure Pressures
  • Increased instructional time
    • Eliminate early release Wednesdays
  • VRS contribution rate increase
    • Almost 24% increase in rate requiring additional $7.5 million
  • Remain competitive and able to attract and retain high quality staff
options to close the fy 2015 budget gap
Options to close the FY 2015 Budget Gap
  • Compensation
    • Examine options to reduce the cost of benefits
  • Program adjustments and/or changes in service delivery models
  • Consider selected increases in class size
options to close the fy 2015 budget gap continued
Options to close the FY 2015 Budget Gap, continued
  • Set aside funding from FY 2013 closeout to carry forward to FY 2015 to fund one-time costs
  • Request additional funding
aps next steps
APS – Next Steps
  • February 27 Superintendent’s Proposed FY 2015 Budget
  • March 20 Public Hearing on the Superintendent’s Proposed FY 2015 Budget
  • April 3School Board’s Proposed FY 2015 Budget
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APS – Next Steps
  • April 24 Public Hearing on the School Board’s Proposed FY 2015 Budget
  • May 8School Board’s Adopted FY 2015 Budget

For a complete calendar, go to: www.apsva.us/budget

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Arlington Public Schools

FY 2015 Proposed Budget Development

Dr. Patrick K. Murphy

December 11, 2013