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2009-2010 Proposed Budget

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  1. 2009-2010 Proposed Budget February 5, 2009 Personal and Academic Success for All!

  2. Charlottesville City Schools Personal and academic success for all! Building a BudgetRecognizing the Present…Ensuring the Future

  3. Building a BudgetRecognizing the Present…Ensuring the Future Budget Input/Development Meetings

  4. Building a BudgetRecognizing the Present…Ensuring the Future • Maintaining a Competitive Position • Salary Considerations • Health Insurance Costs • Retirement Incentive

  5. Building a BudgetRecognizing the Present…Ensuring the Future • Division Level Positions/Reorganization • Professional Development Facilitator • Volunteer Coordinator (0.5) • Career & Technical Education Coordinator • Instructional Media Services Coordinator • CLASS Coordinator

  6. Building a BudgetRecognizing the Present…Ensuring the Future • Instructional Support • ESL Teacher • Preschool Social Worker • Three-Year-Old Program Teacher & IA • World Languages Teacher • National Board Certification Supplement

  7. Building a BudgetRecognizing the Present…Ensuring the Future • Division Classroom Staffing Formulas • General Education • Special Education • Contract Services • Strategic Plan

  8. 2009-2010 Proposed Budget-General Fund Maintain Current Competitive Position • Teachers and IAs 2.50%, Others 1.5% (step) 303,312 • Health insurance increase +5% 130,754 • Projected savings from retirement incentive (300,000) • Division level staffing (-3.10 GF, -1.00 SRF) -4.10 (278,822) • ESL teacher (Title 1) 1.00 0 • Preschool social worker (Title 1) .50 0 • World languages teacher 1.00 65,874 • 3 year old program – teacher 1.00 65,874 • 3 year old program – IA 1.00 29,027 • Supplement for National Board Certification 15,000

  9. 2009-2010 Proposed Budget-General Fund General Education Staffing Formulas • Walker staffing formula 16.25:1 -5.00 (328,358) • Buford staffing formula 16.25:1 -2.50 (164,433) • Clark inst. assistant position 17.0:1 -3.00 (87,081) • Greenbrier teaching position 20.0:1 -1.00 (65,874) • Greenbrier inst. asst. position 20.0:1 -1.00 (29,027) • Jackson Via inst. asst. position 17.0:1 +1.00 29,027 • Johnson inst. asst. position 17.0:1 -1.00 (29,027)

  10. 2009-2010 Proposed Budget-General Fund Special Education Staffing Formula • K – 6 teaching positions -3.00 (197,730) • 7 – 12 teaching positions -1.00 (65,874) • K – 6 inst. assistant positions -4.00 (116,108) • 7 – 12 inst. assistant positions -2.00 (58,054)

  11. 2009-2010 Proposed Budget-General Fund Contracts and Miscellaneous Services • Maintenance contract – City (89,905) • Facilities repair contract – City (131,259) • Transportation contract – City (227,240) • Comprehensive Services Act – City 47,215 • Vocational education contract – CATEC (22,125) • Piedmont Regional Education Program (PREP) (70,172) • Strategic Plan update 25,000

  12. 2009-2010 Proposed Budget-General Fund Contracts and Miscellaneous Services • Alternative Education – start up funding (175,905) • World languages program – start up funding (25,000) • Legal fees 15,000 • 3 year old program expansion operating 58,800 • Other Miscellaneous changes (5,411) • Division Contingency Reserve 261,050 TOTAL EXPENSE CHANGES (1,421,472)

  13. 2009-2010 General Fund Revenue Changes • City • $40,291,212 • 70.40% of GF budget • Increase of $509,681 +1.28% • Reduce transfer to CLASS $ 75,676 • State • $15,001,119 • 27.29% of GF budget • Decrease of ($1,985,836) -11.69% • Federal • $159,020 • .29% of GF budget • No change • Fees and Other • $1,113,177 • 2.02% of GF budget • Decrease of ($20,993) -1.85% TOTAL REVENUE DECREASE (1,421,472) -2.52%

  14. 2009-2010 General Fund Revenue Changes TOTAL REVENUE DECREASE (1,421,472) -2.52% TOTAL EXPENSE DECREASE (1,421,472) -2.52% NET BALANCE 0

  15. 2009-2010 Special Revenue FundsTotal: $13,297,724 • Support Programs • School Nutrition $1,615,283 • Adult Education $701,725 • CLASS $443,367 • Textmedia $403,000 • Technology Replacement $275,000 • MLK Performing Arts Center $77,405 TOTAL SUPPORT PROGRAMS $3,515,780

  16. 2009-2010 Special Revenue FundsTotal: $13,297,724 • State Sponsored Programs • Hospital Education $2,352,153 • Blue Ridge Detention Center $591,986 TOTAL STATE SPONSORED PROGRAMS $2,944,139

  17. 2009-2010 Special Revenue FundsTotal: $13,297,724 • Major Grant Supported Programs • Federal: Title 1 $2,130,508 • Federal: Title VI-B $1,136,403 • Federal: Other Title $427,964 • Federal: Teaching American History $350,970 • Federal: Other $392,262 • State: VPSA Technology $336,000 • State: 21st Century Grant $208,066 • State: Virginia Preschool Initiative $178,022 • All Others (approximately 30) $1,677,610

  18. 2009-2010 Total Budget • General Fund • $54,974,755 • Decrease of - $1,421,472 (-2.52%) • Special Revenue Fund • $13,297,724 • Decrease of - $100,123 (-0.75%) • Total Budget • $68,272,479 • Decrease of - $1,521,595 (-2.18%)

  19. Revenues vs. Expenditures Total Revenues 2009-2010 Proposed Budget Total Expenditures 2009-2010 Proposed Budget Total Projected Budget: $ 68,272,479

  20. Expenditures by State Reporting Category Instruction……………………………….. 75.8% Maintenance…………………………….. 9.7% Administration/Attendance/Health…… 5.4% Pupil Transportation……………………. 3.4% Nutrition/Non-Instruction………………. 2.6% Technology………………………………. 3.0% $ 68,272,479

  21. 2009-2010 Proposed BudgetContingency Reserve Option • Laptops for Teachers • Approximately 423 • Lease Option • Annual Cost: Approximately $247,000

  22. 2009-2010 Proposed Budget February 5, 2009 Personal and Academic Success for All!