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  1. Clinton Township School District TENTATIVE 2010-2011 Budget

  2. 2010-2011 Budget Goals • Continue progress towards meeting the educational needs of the 21st Century Learner through professional development of staff. • Update District curriculum and instructional practices based on the revised New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. • Maintain current levels of professional staff to support current educational programs. • Build a rationale for all expenditures through zero-based budgeting.

  3. Fiscal Year Comparisons 2009 – 2010 Budget Total General Fund $25,048,539 Local Tax Levy $21,533,969

  4. Fiscal Year Comparisons 2009 – 2010 Budget 2010 – 2011 Budget Total General Fund $23,974,727 Local Tax Levy $22,395,328 Total General Fund $25,048,539 Local Tax Levy $21,533,969

  5. Fiscal Year Comparisons 2009 – 2010 Budget 2010 – 2011 Budget Total General Fund $23,974,727 ($1,073,812) Local Tax Levy $22,395,328 $861,359 Total General Fund $25,048,539 Local Tax Levy $21,533,969

  6. Fiscal Year Comparisons Continued 2009 – 2010 Revenues Local Tax Levy $21,533,969 State Aid $1,571,304 Fund Balance $500,000 Tuition $489,971 Other Revenues $704,007

  7. Fiscal Year Comparisons Continued 2009 – 2010 Revenues 2010 – 2011 Revenues Local Tax Levy $21,533,969 State Aid $1,571,304 Fund Balance $500,000 Tuition $489,971 Other Revenues $704,007 Local Tax Levy $22,395,328 State Aid $336,237 Fund Balance $318,008 Tuition $606,323 Other Revenues $318,931

  8. Fiscal Year Comparisons Continued 2009 – 2010 Revenues 2010 – 2011 Revenues Local Tax Levy $21,533,969 State Aid $1,571,304 Fund Balance $500,000 Tuition $489,971 Other Revenues $704,007 Local Tax Levy $22,395,328 $861,359 State Aid $336,237 ($1,235,067) Fund Balance $318,008 ($181,992) Tuition $606,323 $116,352 Other Revenues $318,931 ($385,076)

  9. Fiscal Year Comparisons Continued Expenditures

  10. Fiscal Year Comparisons Continued Expenditures

  11. Fiscal Year Comparisons Continued Expenditures

  12. Budget Summary • Expenditures reduced by $1,066,935 • Unemployment is paid by the District = $601,593 • Health Benefit coverage is projected to increase 24% • Limited projected energy costs due to District-wide conservation efforts • Voluntary forfeiture of raises and various contractual rights by Administrators and 12 month non-affiliated support staff • Projected Revenues reduced: • State Aid cut $1,235,067 • Budgeted miscellaneous revenue decreased $385,076

  13. IMPACT • Staff Positions Reduced • Teaching (5%); Teacher Assistance (11%); Custodial (14%); Administration (17%); Secretarial (31%); Support Staff (32%) • Class Sizes Increased • Programs Removed • ACE summer school program • Study Island not offered after school • Co-curricular and Athletics • Resources Reduced • Supplies, software licenses, technology equipment • Revenues Increased • 4% Tax Levy = On the average priced home of $470,223, the tax increase would be $158 per year, or approximately $13 per month. • Second Question on Ballot = Funding for Co-Curricular and Athletics • Increase on Facility Usage Charge • Pay-to-Play • Possible Land Lease • Possible Advertising Fee = Website, signs, school agenda

  14. Tax Levy

  15. Second Question

  16. Timeline • Approval of Tentative 2010-2011 Budget: Tonight • Budget Submission to NJDOE County Office: Tuesday, March 23 • Public Hearing for Budget Adoption: Friday, March 26, 7:30pm at the Round Valley School All Purpose Room • Public Vote on 2010-2011 Budget and Three Board of Education Seats: Tuesday, April 20, polls open 7:00am – 9:00pm