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2012-13 Proposed Budget. Corvallis School District 509J. The budget situation in the Corvallis School District, like a number of other districts across the state, has suffered from : Decreases in enrollment Less funding from the State

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2012 13 proposed budget

2012-13Proposed Budget

Corvallis School District 509J

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The budget situation in the Corvallis School District, like a number of other districts across the state, has suffered from:

Decreases in enrollment

Less funding from the State

Cost increases related to the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)

The slow economic recovery state-wide

budget process
Budget Process
  • November, 2011
    • Presentation of the Long Range Financial Plan to the board
  • November – December, 2011
    • Presentations to staff of the budget outlook
    • Two community listening sessions
  • January – February, 2012
    • Online survey to gather input from patrons and staff
    • Superintendent’s Budget Task Force meetings
  • March, 2012
    • Budget Task Force presents recommendations
    • Administrators build budget
  • April, 2012
    • Superintendent presents budget message and proposed budget to the Budget Committee
board guiding principles
Board Guiding Principles
  • All schools are safe and welcoming
  • All students are challenged with a broad range of learning opportunities
  • Students are prepared to be informed, engaged citizens in their community and the world
  • The district will increase achievement for all students while closing the achievement gap
  • Available resources are managed to preserve the long-term sustainability of the district
budget task force guidelines
Budget Task Force Guidelines
  • Do things differently
  • Keep cuts as far from the classroom
  • Protect class size
  • Align budget to resources
  • Close achievement gap
  • Legal obligations – maintain
  • Reality is reality – align with declining enrollment and declining revenue
general fund requirements
General Fund Requirements
  • The majority of district expenditures are related to people
  • Other operating expenditures include:
    • Facilities
    • Student transportation
    • Utilities
    • Instructional materials
    • Technology
    • Copying and printing
task force recommendation and proposed budget
Task Force Recommendation and Proposed Budget

Task Force Recommendation:

Use the Rainy Day Reserve of $1,000,000 and adjust Reserves by $350,000

Implementation:

Used about $1.45 million of the Rainy Day Reserve

Task Force Recommendation:

Reduce Days by 4 to save $700,000

Implementation:

Proposed budget is based on 4 reduced days, saving $678,000 (subject to negotiation)

Task Force Recommendation:

Reduce Extra-curricular and Athletic funding by $50,000

Implementation:

Reduced Extra-curricular and Athletic funding by $50,000

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Task Force Recommendation and Proposed Budget

Task Force Recommendation:

Reduce school budgets by 5%, or $160,000

Implementation:

Reduced discretionary school budgets by about 6%, or $160,000

Task Force Recommendation:

Reduce department budgets by 5%, or $500,000

Implementation:

Reduced department budgets by 8.2%, or $763,525

Task Force Recommendation:

Decrease classroom instructional staff to align with decreasing enrollment, a savings of $720,000

Implementation:

Decreased classroom instructional staff to align with enrollment, $856,040

Additional Implementations to Fill the Gap:

Increased pupil to teacher ratio of between two and three students, $830,360

Reduced school discretionary allocation to align with decreased enrollment, $80,000