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BUDGET PROPOSAL 2011 Somerset County Public Schools March 30, 2010 Dr. Karen-Lee N. Brofee, Superintendent of Schools PURPOSE OF PRESENTATION To provide a clear understanding of the proposed 2011 Budget of Anticipated Revenue To compare the 2011 proposed budget with the budgets of previous years and identify any trends To identify the expenditures that were given priority UNRESTRICTED REVENUE LOCAL = Usually represents 30% STATE = Usually represents 70% (+ Fund Balance Variable) Proposed 2011 Budget Local $8,936,100 = 27% State $22,842,087= 71% Fund Balance $536,560 = 2% RESTRICTED REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDING 1. Title Programs: Formula 2. Stimulus Funding: Temporary ARRA Title I and Special Ed SFSF: State Fiscal Stabilization Fund 3. Competitive Grants Recent Examples: SS/HS; Reading First; Gear Up; STEM; 21st Century RESTRICTED REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDING 1. Title Programs: FY10 $3,120,000

FY11 $3,300,000 2. Stimulus Funding ARRA Title I and Special Ed SFSF: State Fiscal $1,539,184 $ 320,169 $594,861 Stabilization Fund 3. Competitive Grants $ 688,000 $550,000 ? NON-RECURRING REVENUE LOCAL FUNDING 2011 GRANT OF COMMISSIONERS 1. WHS Student Furniture (Chairs & Desks) $11,600 2. Replacement of Secondary CAD Lab Computers 3. Technology Initiative at CHS and WHS 400 Netbooks Gr 8&9 Wireless Access at HS Printers (13) TOTAL $24,000 $75,276 $12,000 $ 3,900 $ 126,776 REVENUE COMPARISON FY 2004 LOCAL TOTALS

$ $ STATE TOTALS $ FUND BALANCE $ TOTAL: FY2006 8,627,017 $ 8,607,712 $ 14,449,426 $ $ $ 8,936,100 $ 23,070,614 $ 965,519 $ PFY2011 9,008,774

23,588,346 270,520 $ 23,343,958 $ $ $ FY2010 9,059,324 18,542,496 267,515 $ FY 2008 22,842,087 $ 261,905 $ 536,560 $ 27,420,728 33,613,189 32,341,293 32,314,747 17% 23%

-4% -0.1% Local: Decrease in Interest State: Decrease of $228,527 (State Share; Trans; ELL; G Tax Base) COMPARISON OF BUDGETED EXPENDITURES IN DOLLARS Category 2004 2008 645,019 755,543 School Support Services 1,767,697 Instructional Salaries Administration 2010 2011 776,574 797,866 2,263,100 2,462,043 2,486,802 9,626,253 14,024,726

13,329,600 13,080,048 Instructional Textbooks/Supplies 490,221 750,524 477,209 548,829 Other Instructional Costs 413,315 995,100 501,554 566,834 1,652,506 2,327,471 2,461,788 2,461,834 Student Personnel Services 148,849 322,770 559,077 572,773 Health Services

186,875 294,490 310,786 313,157 Pupil Transportation 1,946,979 2,381,573 2,720,177 2,733,880 Operations of Plant 1,716,763 2,268,702 2,581,399 2,333,383 891,155 1,030,365 995,093 962,078 Fixed Charges 3,485,859 4,998,316 4,975,993

5,044,795 Capital Outlay 10,000 1,200,519 190,000 412,468 22,981,491 33,613,199 32,341,293 32,314,747 Special Education Maintenance of Plant Grand Total COMPARISON OF ANNUAL BUDGETS CATEGORY % Increase 04 -11 10 - 11 Annual % of Budget 2004 2008 2010 2011 24%

3% Administration 2.81% 2.25% 2.40% 2.47% 41% 1% School Support Services 7.69% 6.73% 7.61% 7.70% 36% -2% Instructional Salaries 41.89% 41.72% 41.22% 40.48% 12% 15%

Instructional Textbooks/Supplies 2.13% 2.23% 1.48% 1.70% 37% 13% Other Instructional Costs 1.80% 2.96% 1.55% 1.75% 49% 0% Special Education 7.19% 6.92% 7.61% 7.62% 285% 2% Student Personnel Services 0.65%

0.96% 1.73% 1.77% 68% 1% Health Services 0.81% 0.88% 0.96% 0.97% 40% 1% Pupil Transportation 8.47% 7.09% 8.41% 8.46% 36% -10% Operations of Plant 7.47% 6.75%

7.98% 7.22% 8% -3% Maintenance of Plant 3.88% 3.07% 3.08% 2.98% 45% 1% Fixed Charges 15.17% 14.87% 15.39% 15.61% 4025% 117% Capital Outlay 0.04% 3.57% 0.59% 1.28%

40% .08% Grand Total PERCENT OF TOTAL BUDGET COMPARISON 2010 WITH 2011 FY 2010 % OF TOTAL BUDGET PROPOSED FY 2011 % OF TOTAL BUDGET Administration 2.40% Administration 2.47% School Support Services 7.61% School Support Services 7.70% Instructional Salaries 41.22% Instructional Salaries 40.48%

Instructional Textbooks/Supplies 1.48% Instructional Textbooks/Supplies 1.70% Other Instructional Costs 1.55% Other Instructional Costs 1.75% Special Education 7.61% Special Education 7.62% Student Personnel Services 1.73% Student Personnel Services 1.77% Health Services 0.96% Health Services 0.97% Pupil Transportation 8.41% Pupil Transportation

8.46% Operations of Plant 7.98% Operations of Plant 7.22% Maintenance of Plant 3.08% Maintenance of Plant 2.98% Fixed Charges 15.39% Fixed Charges 15.61% Capital Outlay 0.59% Capital Outlay 1.28% FOR EVERY DOLLAR 2 for Administration 8 for School Support 40 for Instructional Salaries 2 for Textbooks and Supplies 2 for Other Instructional Items 8 for Special Education 2 for Student Personnel 1 for Health Services

8 for Pupil Transportation 7 for Operation of Plant 3 for Maintenance of Plant 16 for Fixed Charges 1 for Capital Outlay FOR EVERY DOLLAR Administration 3 School Support Administration 10 Instruction 63 Student and Health Services 3 Pupil Transportation 9 Operation and Maintenance 12 SUMMARY OF FY 2011 PROPOSAL BY OBJECT Transfers, $30,000 Land, Building & Equipment, $790,892

21% Other Charges, $6,629,902 Supplies and Materials, $983,929 64% Contracted Services, $3,269,634 10% Salaries, $20,610,390 SUMMARY OF FY 2011 SALARIES BY OBJECT Pupil Transportation 1% Operations of Plant 4% Health Services 1% Student Personnel Services 3% Special Education 11% Maintenance of Plant 2% Administration 2% School Support Services, 12%

80% Instructional Salaries 64% of Expenditures are Salaries and Benefits $25,655,185 PRIORITIES FOR BUDGETING 1ST STAFF PRIORITIES STEERING TEAM STAFFING 2ND INSTRUCTIONAL COACHES 3RD ARRA TITLE I CORE ELECTIVES LEADERSHIP PROGRAM CTE PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY COMMUNITY CORE

GROUPS PROGRAM STAFFING STUDENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TECHNOLOGY HQ TEACHERS AND STAFF TECHNOLOGY SUPERINTENDENT CORE STAFFING STATE AND FEDERAL PRIORITIES 1. MASTER PLAN/NCLB LINKED IN ANNUAL UPDATE 2. Student Achievement ELL Achievement Highly Qualified Teachers Safe Learning Environment All Student Graduate Local Goals FEDERAL ASSURANCES * Increase teacher effectiveness and assure equitable distribution of most effective teachers * Establish and use P-K College/Career data system to track progress * Make progress on rigorous college and career

readiness using high quality assessments with all * Provide targeted intensive support and effective interventions to turn around schools ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 2.74% ($21,291) Increase FY 10 to FY 11 Increases 1. Annual Audit Fee 2. Data Processing Fee 3. Tracking & Hiring System 4. Time Clock System for Employees Rationale 1. Accountability 2. Control (Priority) 3. Semper Edem HQ Teachers Accountability (Priority) Decreases 1. Supplies 2. Travel Small Reductions in order to meet budget limitations SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES 1.01% ($24,759) Increase FY 10 to FY 11 Increases 1. Potential Increase 2. Office Equipment Decreases Supplemental Clerical Support Rationale 1. HQ Staff Effective Leaders Data System Tracking of Progress

2. Efficiency Reductions in order to meet budget limitations INSTRUCTIONAL SALARIES -1.87% ($249,552) Decrease FY 10 to FY 11 Increases 1. Maintain Core Staff 2. Maintain Alt Ed Center 3. Maintain Substitute Account ($260,000) 4. Support Secondary Summer School including HSA Intervention 5. Support Extra Duty Positions Decreases 1. Professional Development 2. Teacher Orientation Rationale CORE PROGRAM (Priority) All Students Graduate HQ Teachers Safe Learning Environment Reductions in order to meet budget limitations INSTRUCTIONAL TEXTBOOKS AND SUPPLIES 15.01% ($71,620) Increase FY 10 to FY 11 Increases 1. Need to replace dated copyright books (ELEM & SEC) 2. Computer Subscriptions (Performance Matters, United

Streaming; My Learning Plan; EdLine; EdOptions) Decreases 1. Per Pupil Allotment Decrease 2. Materials of Instruction Rationale 1. CORE PROGRAM (Priority) 2. *Student Achievement *Data System Tracking of Progress Reductions in order to meet budget limitations OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL COSTS 13.02% ($65,280) Increase FY 10 to FY 11 Rationale Increases 1. HQ Teachers 1. Consultant PD Teacher (Math;CES;AT/AW) Effectiveness 2. Student Activities (Priority) Insurance 2. Safe Learning Environment 3. Homebound Instruction 3. Safe Learning Environment 4. Student Achievement 4. Technology Support Contracts (Instruction) Decreases 1. Recruitment Incentive 2. Computer Replacement Cycle Reductions in order to meet

budget limitations SPECIAL EDUCATION No Overall Increase ($46) in Operating FY 10 to FY 11 Categorical for 2011 = $2,461,834 Sp Ed salaries = $3,078,622 Total = $5,540,456 or 17% of the 2011 Budget Increases 1. Contracted Services: Medically Fragile Students ($85,000) Rationale Safe Learning Environment Decreases Small reductions from several categories Reductions in order to meet budget limitations ARRA FUNDING FY10 FY11 ARRA FUNDING FY10 FY11 ASSURANCE 1: Increase teacher effectiveness and assure equitable distribution of most effective teachers Special Ed Improving Technology 1 $43,550 Special Ed Co-Teaching Initiative 1

$25,660 Special Ed Autism Initiative 1 $14,290 Special Ed IEP Clerical Support 1 $52,878 Special Ed Improving Technology 1 $1,821 Special Ed Autism Initiative 1 $15,000 ARRA FUNDING FY10 FY11 * ASSURANCE 4: Provide targeted intensive support and effective interventions Special Ed Reading

Intervention Secondary 4 $95,251 Special Ed Math Intervention Elementary 4 $73,314 Special Ed Summer Intervention 4 $38,171 Special Ed Transition 4 $23,733 Special Ed Accountabiliy & Reporting 4 $2,977 STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES 2.45% ($13,696) Increase in Operating FY 10 to

FY 11 Increases 1. Secretarial Support 2. PBIS Initiatives Explanation 1. SS/HS Grant and work complete December 2009; needed resume full cost of Secretary 2. Safe Learning Environment ARRA FUNDING FY10 FY11 * ASSURANCE 4: Provide targeted intensive support and effective interventions Homeless Homeless supplies, uniforms and transportation 4 $14,800 HEALTH SERVICES Minimal Increase ($2,371) from FY 10 to FY 11 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .5% Increase ($13,704) from FY 10 to FY 11 Increases Summer Intervention Transportation Decreases Dropped video Camera Replacement & New Radio System Required 2012 Rationale Targeted intensive support and effective

interventions Safe Learning Environment OPERATION OF SCHOOL PLANT -9.6% Decrease ($248,016) in Operating FY 10 to FY 11 Decreases Dropped Inactive Service Contract Electricity Network Hardware Increases Garbage Removal T1 Line Explanation Service Not Needed Reduction in Usage Revenue Support outside of Operating Budget Revenue Obtained through Other Sources MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOL PLANTS -3.32% Decrease ($33,015) in Operating FY 10 to FY 11 Decreases Tile/Carpet Replacement Reduced Technical Training Reduced Technical Equipment Reduced Rationale Reduced Need 2011 Available Capital Funds Reductions in order to meet budget limitations FIXED CHARGES

1.38% Increase ($68,802) in Operating FY 10 to FY 11 Increases 1. Unemployment Insurance (42%) $30,000 2. Workmens Comp (6.84%) $130,000 3. Term Life Insurance Rationale 1. Increased Use Decreases 1. Social Security 2. Retiree Health Insurance Contribution Decreases 1. Reduced Staff 09 and 10 2. Medicare Drug Subsidy Applied 2. Increased Use CAPITAL OUTLAY 117.09% Increase ($222,468) in Operating FY 10 to FY 11 FUND BALANCE Reserved for Capital Projects and Operational Non-Recurring Costs COUNTY SUPPORTED PROJECTS OPERATING BUDGET PROJECTS 1. WHS RENOVATION 1. DIS: Paint Gym; $ 5,657,000 2. MSP CIRCULATOR

Lockers; Power Wash PUMP REPLACEMENT` $ 18,000 3, CHS REBUILD OF CHILLER SEALS $42,000 2. GES Parking Lot Lights $30,000 3. PAE Replace receptacles $ 11,000 fix gym wall crack 4. TAWES Demolition of Waste Water treatment plant $21,000 $65,000 ARRA FUNDING FY10 FY11 ASSURANCE 4: Provide targeted intensive support and effective interventions to turn around schools Title I Reading Intervention Elementary 4 $400,076 Title I ELL Intervention

4 $ 27,279 Title I Family and Community Involvement 4 $215,368 Title I Summer Reading Program (home visits) 4 $ 2,900 ASSURANCE 1: Increase teacher effectiveness and assure equitable distribution of most effective teachers Title I Hi-Tech Elementary School 1 $118,000 Title I Implementing Technology Plan Accountability and Reporting Other 1 $ 64,786

Title I $3,461 ARRA FUNDING FY10 FY11 ASSURANCE 1: Teacher effectiveness ASSURANCE 2: Data system to track progress ASSURANCE 3: Rigorous College and Career Readiness State Fiscal Stabilization Funds 1:1 Technology Initiative Consultant 1 $20,000 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Math Consultants 1 $ 4,500 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Student Info System 2 $13,000 State Fiscal Stabilization

Funds Data Warehouse 3 $20,000 ARRA FUNDING FY10 FY11 ASSURANCE 4: * Provide targeted intensive support and effective interventions to turn around schools State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Summer School 4 $55,413 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Intervention software 4 $ 8,000 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Instructional Textbooks-Pk-12 Other $ 109,200 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Special Education

Contractual Services Other $ 85,000 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds PBIS Incentives Other $ 5,000 Food and Nutrition Equipment Funds Technology Food & Other Nutrition Services $ 34,486 STATE FISCAL STABILIZATION POTENTIAL FUNDING FY11 Category Description Assurance Amt Instructional Supplies/ Materials Textbooks (Elementary and Secondary) Rigorous Standards Instructional Other Costs

Professional Development - Power School University Data System $ 2,500 Instructional Other Costs Professional Development - Promethean Board Training Teacher Effectiveness $ 2,500 Instructional Salaries Professional Development - Stipends (Elementary and Secondary) Teacher Effectiveness $ 25,000 Instructional Salaries Professional Development - Power School - Stipends Data System Instructional Salaries Professional Development - Promethean Board - Stipends Teacher Effectiveness

$ 109,200 $1,000 $ 10,000 STATE FISCAL STABILIZATION POTENTIAL FUNDING FY11 Instructional Other Costs Professional Development Consultants (includes AALF) Teacher Effectiveness $ 45,500 Operation of Plant Replace UPS and Rack Data System $ 10,000 Student Services PBIS Incentives Targeted Support $ 5,000 Instructional Salaries Summer School (makeup, HS Assessments) Targeted Support $ 43,900 Special

Education Contracted Service Targeted Support $ 85,000 Transportation Summer School Transportation Targeted Support $ 8,000 STATE FISCAL STABILIZATION POTENTIAL FUNDING FY11 Instructional Salaries 2 Intervention Teachers (SIS) Targeted Support Administration Recruiting Teacher Effective ness $ 5,000 School Support Curriculum Assessment Coordinator Data System $ 54,121

Computer Replacement Teacher Effective ness $ 63,000 Instructional Other Costs Amount of Continuing Expenses Necessary in 2012: $110,160 Totals: $ 125,140 $ 594,861 1 1 0 , GRANT PURSUITS FOR POTENTIAL FUNDING FY11 21st Century 3 SEPARATE APPLICATIONS - 1 Voyager 2-North: St. James and UMES (Dr. Richardson) 3-Community Centers: (It Takes a Village and Garland Hayward Center) Critical Skills CES and Antioch All School Sites Collaboration

SCPS-Lead (Partners: Performance Matters and Salisbury University) All School Sites Race to the Top ($5 millionPD 3 Years) ($5 million3 Years) MSDE (Balitmore City; PG County; and Participant Counties ) SCPS ($1 million) CONTINUING BUDGET WORK 2011 PUBLIC HEARING April 13 7:00 PM REGULAR BOARD SESSION April 20 7:00 PM APPROVAL OF THE BUDGET May 18 7:00 PM

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