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Farmingdale Public Schools

education for today....... and tomorrow. Farmingdale Public Schools . PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 March 30, 2005. Proposed Budget 2005-06 Budget-to-Budget Increase. Proposed Budget $121,919,726 Adopted Budget (04-05) $114,625,481 Increase $7,294,245

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Farmingdale Public Schools

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  1. education for today....... and tomorrow Farmingdale Public Schools PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 March 30, 2005

  2. Proposed Budget 2005-06Budget-to-Budget Increase • Proposed Budget $121,919,726 • Adopted Budget (04-05) $114,625,481 • Increase $7,294,245 • Percentage Increase 6.36%

  3. Proposed Budget 2005-06Contingent Budget

  4. Proposed Budget 2005-06Contingent Budget

  5. Restorations • Limited elementary co-curricular activities • One night concert each elementary school (Spring) • Kindergarten round up – evening vs. day • 5th Grade Odyssey of the Mind competitions • Building use extended to 9:30 p.m.

  6. The Budget Equation Revenue Expenditures Program

  7. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (B.O.C.E.S.) • What is BOCES? • Why do we use BOCES?

  8. Budgeted BOCES Services

  9. Budgeted BOCES Services

  10. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 State Aid Calendar • State Application September/October • Final Changes - Governor’s Proposal November 15th • Governor’s Proposal January • State Budget April 1st • Adopt School Budget April 20th • School Budget Vote May 17th

  11. Revenue Analysis 2004-05

  12. Revenue Analysis Displaying STAR 2004-05

  13. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 State Aid Review • Flex Aid vs. Operating Aid Extraordinary Needs ERSS LEP Summer School Minor Repair Maintenance • BOCES Reduction No aid on certain services. • Special Education Reduction in support. High cost students. • Sound Basic Education New – below line. Video lottery support.

  14. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 BUDGETED REVENUE

  15. Budgeted Revenue Analysis 2005-06

  16. Factors That Affect Tax Rates • STAR • Assessed Value • Equalization Rates • Base Proportion • Property Classes I, II, III, IV

  17. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 Assessed Value Comparisons

  18. Local Taxes vs. STAR

  19. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 Assessed Value Comparisons 2 1 1% Full Value .5% Full Value 1 2

  20. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 Summary Comparison of Base Proportions

  21. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 RECOMENDED REVENUE

  22. PROPOSED BUDGET 2005-06 Schedule of Budget Presentations

  23. BUDGET CALENDAR Meetings held in the Howitt East Cafeteria at 8:00 p.m.

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