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  1. ADCO Meeting FY14 Budget Update Wednesday Feb 6, 2013 3:00 p.m. Presented by Bob Jokela Assistant Supt. Finance & Operations

  2. Budget Bucket Summary

  3. FY14 Ch70 Preliminary Summary • See attached spreadsheets: • Preliminary Summary • Regional District Community member $ contribution • FY14 Foundation Budget Detail • FY14 vs. FY13 Foundation Budget comparison • Unknown at this time: City guidance for FY14

  4. FPS Ch70- PRELIMINARY

  5. FPS- CH70 FUNDING HISTORY

  6. Grants Funding Trends

  7. FPS Health Care Costs

  8. MT Assessment to City

  9. Total FPS & MT Enrollment Trend

  10. Fitchburg Resident annual activity at Monty Tech FY10-13

  11. FPS & MT Per Pupil Spending

  12. School Choice Trends: In and Out

  13. School Choice In & Out

  14. Fitchburg Students Educated Elsewhere Total FPS on right had Y-axis

  15. Building NeedsAge of Owned Facilities LEGEND: Yellow= Priority SOI; Green= schools w/recently completed GRP projects; Red=closed

  16. Sept 2014 site of North Central Charter School

  17. MSBA Proposed SOI Submittal

  18. Building Needs Consideration • Short and Long Term Planning • Competition from other schools, e.g. NCCES • Ability, willingness, and timing of School Capital Projects • Competition for funding from City operations and post retirement benefits (e.g. level of services and healthcare) • Legislative affairs committee- Jan 31, 2013 • See attached handout

  19. Technology Committee • E-Rate applications to be submitted on individual school basis INSTEAD of district • Refined to $2M infrastructure project instead of $3M • MSBA panel visit 2/14 • Enhance Academic Achievement, Provide 21st educational experience, deliver content digitally

  20. Technology Funding • Assumes 80% reimbursement of eligible investments on technology by Schools & Library Division of the Federal Communications Commission (“E-Rate”) • MSBA Interest?