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Waterford Public Schools 2014-2015 Fiscal Plan. Staying the Course Taking Stock… Moving Forward January 9, 2014. Page 1. 2014-15 Superintendent’s Recommended Budget. $45,162,491 $639,723 increase from FY14 1.44% increase. Agenda. January 9 th. January 16 th. Follow-up from 1/9

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waterford public schools 2014 2015 fiscal plan

Waterford Public Schools2014-2015 Fiscal Plan

Staying the Course

Taking Stock… Moving Forward

January 9, 2014

2014 15 superintendent s recommended budget

Page 1

2014-15 Superintendent’s Recommended Budget

$45,162,491

$639,723 increase from FY14

1.44% increase

agenda
Agenda

January 9th

January 16th

Follow-up from 1/9

Kathy: Special Education

Pat, Glenda & Chris: Elementary

Jim: Middle School

Andre: High School

Dave: WHS Athletics

Jay: Facilities

Questions / Discussion

  • Jerry: Superintendent’s Overview
  • Bob: Budget Drivers/ District-wide Accounts
  • Craig: Instructional Program / Staffing
  • Ed: Technology
  • Questions / Discussion
moving forward
Moving Forward

Guiding Principles

Excellence is expected

Continuous Improvement is the norm

Innovation where possible

Need vs. Want

Special Education mandates addressed

Fiscally Responsible approach

process
Process
  • Summer Research
  • Collaboration with the Town
  • Needs Based
    • Enrollment Driven
    • Trend Data
    • Competitive Bidding
    • Reallocate and/or Redeploy
  • Site Development/Area of Responsibility
  • Administrative Review
    • Sharing Practice
    • Alternative Approaches
    • Research Questions – Explore Opportunities
  • Supports Budget Assumptions
boe adopted budget assumptions

Page v

BOE Adopted Budget Assumptions

Cost Efficiencies

Class Size Guidelines

P.D. / Curriculum Renewal

Technology Plan (Phase 3)

Federal / State Mandates

Preventative Maintenance

School Safety

Contract Costs

Needs-based

increases to maintain current operations

Page 2

Increases to MaintainCurrent Operations

Certified Salaries $264,574

Equipment $90,442

Prof/Technical Services $87,811

Support Salaries $84,345

Tuition $58,342

Electricity $41,060

Workers Comp $33,704

Software $26,834

Maint/Repair/Supplies $17,300

Diesel Fuel $17,032

Natural Gas $12,216

increases to maintain current operations continued

Page 2

Increases to MaintainCurrent Operations (continued)

Property Insurance $10,885

Contracted Services $8,569

Liability/Life Insurance $8,294

Propane $7,809

Instructional Supplies $7,681

Other Line Items $5,470

Curriculum Development $5,000

Legal Services $5,000

Other Purchased Services $1,680

Communications $1,200

decreases to maintain current operations

Page 2

Decreases to MaintainCurrent Operations

Sick Leave Payout ($53,084)

Student Transportation ($46,788)

Fuel Oil ($21,131)

FICA ($15,645)

Postage/Advertising ($9,700)

Retirement Incentive ($3,000)

Sewer Service ($2,657)

Healthcare ($1,532)

Other Supplies ($720)

Texts/Library Books ($676)

Water ($592)

factors impacting budget
Factors Impacting Budget

Contractual Obligations

Technology Replacement Plan

Mandates

Energy Costs (Increases, Decreases)

High School Warranty Period

Health Insurance (Level Funding)

Federal / State Revenue Sources

Tuition Account

continuous improvement
Continuous Improvement

Renewal (Science, TAG)

Textbooks (Science)

Special Education Support – Lead Teacher

Reading & Math Support (Elementary Level)

Readers & Writers Workshop

Redeployment of Staff

partnership with town

Page 136

Partnership with Town

Shared Human Resources Services

Shared Information Technology Services

Shared Maintenance Services

Shared Courier

Shared Printing Services

Joint Bids and Purchasing

Relationship with Police Department

Relationship with Youth Services Bureau

Relationship with Recreation & Parks

Relationship with Public Works

cost savings opportunities

Pages 81-86

Cost Savings Opportunities

Energy Costs Controlled

Solar Energy Expansion

HDHP Promotion

Health Insurance Bid

Negotiated Benefit Adjustments

Special Education Transportation

Print Management (Future)

containment efforts

Pages 81-86

Containment Efforts

Renegotiated Labor Contracts, Benefit Packages

Redeployment of Staffing

Student Transportation

Energy Management

Magnet School Services

In-district Special Education Services

Fiber Optic Network / Virtual Desktops (see Appendix A)

cost efficiencies and avoidance summary

Page 86

Cost Efficiencies and Avoidance Summary

2013-14 Current Year

2014-15 Proposed Budget

Staff $253,200

Electricity $202,500

LED Lighting $34,700

Solar Energy $4,800

Health Insurance $463,600

Transportation $54,600

Special Education $204,700

Technology $39,000

Postage $9,400

Totals $1,266,500

Staff $320,000

Electricity $202,700

LED Lighting $34,700

Solar Energy $4,800

Health Insurance $418,600

Transportation $266,765

Special Education $204,700

Technology $4,000

Totals $1,456,265

guiding questions
Guiding Questions

Is this a need?

Is there an alternate way to fund this need?

Does this require further research?

If something “new” is needed, what can I reallocate to fund need?

2014 15 superintendent s recommended budget1
2014-15 Superintendent’s Recommended Budget

$45,162,491

$639,723 increase from FY14

1.44% increase

Taking stock of everything we do!

closing comments
Closing Comments

Moving Forward while being Fiscally Responsible

A Collaborative Effort !!!