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Budget Crisis Update and Call to Action. Croce PTA Meeting 3/4/10. PTA Business State Update – Monica Baucke District Update – Mike Martinez and Susan Kinder School Update – Shari Johnston Call to Action – Monica Baucke. Agenda. Approval of Minutes – Francine Laronde

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Budget crisis update and call to action

Budget Crisis Update

and Call to Action

Croce PTA Meeting3/4/10


Agenda

PTA Business

State Update – Monica Baucke

District Update – Mike Martinez and Susan Kinder

School Update – Shari Johnston

Call to Action – Monica Baucke

Agenda


Pta official business

Approval of Minutes – Francine Laronde

Approval of Financials – Danielle Sands and Dawna Dougherty

PTA Official Business



State cuts to education

Cuts

  • $66.9 Billion

    • 2009/10 cut $49.1 Billion

    • 2010/11 cut $17.8 Billion

      Time Machine

  • Funding same as in 2005/06

    Magic Tricks

  • Waiver to fund $600,000 Million less

  • Federal Stimulus Money

  • Support Obama Programs

State Cuts to Education


State cuts to education1

Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA)

  • Negatively fund at -.38%

    • $650,000 less for Livermore

      Average Daily Attendance (ADA)

  • Butts in Seats

  • One time cut promised

  • Ongoing cut of $201 per student

  • $4946 per student

    • Long Island funds at $22,000 per student

    • Competing for universities and jobs

State Cuts to Education


Race to the top

  • $4.35 Billion Federal Money

  • Prepare students for 21st Century Education

  • 40 States Applied

  • 3/4/10 announcement of 16 states who made first cut

  • CA is not among them

  • Reapply for second round in Summer

    • Tenure Reform

    • Pay for Performance

    • Have to prove that you can deliver what you propose

Race To The Top


Croce pta meeting 3 4 10

Interim Superintendent Executive Director of Fiscal Services


2009 2010 budget reductions
2009-2010 Budget Reductions

  • Reduced

  • Discretionary spending $229K

  • Increased class size at all levels $1.9M 29.0FTE

  • Reduced Special Ed Aides $428K 9.0FTE

  • IT support $49K

  • Custodial/clerical subs $25K

  • Eliminated

  • Nurse position $84K 1.0FTE

  • Teacher on Special Assign. $94K 1.0FTE

  • Maintenance position $77K 1.0FTE

  • P.E. Specialists (4 and 5) $165K 2.5FTE

  • Instrumental music positions $500K 7.6FTE

  • Adaptive P.E. position $60K 1.0FTE

  • Contract out (Speech) $200K

  • TOTAL ONGOING COSTS $3.81M


2009 2010 budget reductions1
2009-2010 Budget Reductions

  • Five (5) furlough days $279K

  • (Negotiated with Mgmt, CSEA)

  • Categorical flexibility $1.66M

  • Savings from 2008-09 freeze $580K

  • Sweep categorical ending balance $1.75M

  • TOTAL ONE-TIME SAVINGS $4.27M

  • TOTAL ONGOING COSTS $3.81M

  • TOTAL CUTS AND SAVINGS $8.1M



We are dependent on state revenues
WE ARE DEPENDENT ON STATE REVENUES

OTHER STATEREVENUE14.4%

STATEREVENUE LIMIT 64.1%

FEDERAL REVENUE8.5%

LOCALREVENUE13.0%

Approximately 80% of our revenue comes from the State – in 08/09 it was over 90%

Source: First Interim Budget presented on December 15, 2009



Federal stimulus provided temporary relief

FEDERAL STIMULUS PROVIDED TEMPORARY RELIEF


Cash flow apportionment schedule
CASH FLOW cutsApportionment Schedule

= 100%

= 100%

February is deferred to July 2010

July is deferred to December

April is deferred to August 2010

August is deferred to October

November is deferred to January

=82% in 2009/10


Cash flow realities

  • Monthly payroll = ~ $8 million per month cuts

  • Deferrals and reduced revenue may cause the need to borrow cash

  • Tax Revenue Anticipation Note (TRANs)

    • Additional expense for District

      • Issuance cost

      • Interest cost

CASH FLOW REALITIES


Cash flow realities1

  • Monthly payroll = ~ $8 million per month cuts

  • Deferrals and reduced revenue may cause the need to borrow cash

  • Tax Revenue Anticipation Note (TRANs)

    • Additional expense for District

      • Issuance cost

      • Interest cost

CASH FLOW REALITIES








Shari johnston

Leo R. Croce Principal cuts

Shari Johnston


What does all this mean for croce

  • Operating budget funded at 20% cuts

    • Office supplies

    • Maintenance of office equipment

    • Discretionary funding for staff

    • Repair/replace computers, monitors, scantrons, printer cartridges, laminating, etc.

    • Backfill supply/workbook/planner purchases for families who cannot donate

  • Possible cuts to staff

    • Dependent upon how many FTE granted

  • Possible cut to library hours

  • Possible creating of ISS support base

  • What does All this mean for croce?


    What does this mean for croce

    Possible combination cutsclasses for grades 4/5

    Class sizes increased in K-3 to 24:1

    No 5th grade music

    What Does this Mean for Croce?


    Questions1
    Questions cuts


    Monica baucke

    PTA President cuts

    Monica Baucke


    What can we do

    Today is a state-wide Call to Action to Defend Public Education!

    • Join PTA and RAISE YOUR VOICE!

    • Support PTA through volunteerism

      • Still looking for a PTA President

    • Sign the Local Control of Classrooms Funding Act—Million Member Support

      • 55% majority to pass parcel tax

    What can we do?


    What can we do1

    • Send letter to the Governor, Senate and Assembly Education!

    • Donate to LVEF

      • Adopt a Child ($360 or $180)

      • Straight A’s (Academics, Athletics, Arts)

    • Register your Safeway Club Card

      • Neighbors, Relatives, Friends

    • Join BigTent

    • Expect a request for funding for school support

    What Can we do?


    Questions2
    Questions Education!