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  1. Chesterfield Township School District 2012-2013 School Year Budget

  2. Terms & Definitions • Tax point = amount per $100 of assessed value • CAP: maximum amount allowable for the local tax levy to increase • Banked CAP: an adjustment of allowable CAP due to increased enrollment which may be saved and used for the next two years • State Aid: amount the State contributes to the school budget • Tax Levy: amount the local taxpayers contribute to the school budget

  3. Terms & Definitions • Debt service: the payment of long term debt, principal and interest • What is the impact on Chesterfield’s school budget? • We are paying for the new school ($587,000 principal payment) • 2013 is last year to pay for old Chesterfield School ($89,000)

  4. The budget proposed • Maintains all core educational programs. • Meets needs of enrollment growth. Chesterfield is ranked 3rd in the state in 6 year growth. • Includes operational expenses for a large school building with all 3 floors in use. • Still maintaining old building until it is sold or leased.

  5. Budget Influences • State funding – Increase in State Aid of $53,260 • Actual – 2010-11State aid $ 62,901 2011- 12 State aid $189,990 2012- 13State aid $243,250 • $63,544 of the state received in summer of 2011 was designated to be used for tax relief in 2012-2013 budget • Debt service - $ 2,243,310 • State Aid $ 320,189 • Total budget - $ 9,811,343

  6. Budget Influences • Continued student enrollment increases necessitating increased staffing • 10.1% increase in health benefits • Contractual salary adjustments – last year of 3 year negotiated agreement • Necessity to budget for maintenance expenses for old school and new school pending sale or lease of old school

  7. Enrollment Growth February 2007 – February 2012

  8. Enrollment Growth for 6 years & Chesterfield Ranking in StateFigures from the Department of Education

  9. Average class size comparison Average class size March 1, 2012 Projected average class size March, 2013 • 20.7 students • 27 classes K-6 • 561 school age children • Per pupil cost $11,690 • 21.2 students • 29 classes K-6 • Estimated + 56 students K-6 • 617 school age children • Per pupil cost $11,513

  10. Five year History - Instruction • 2008-09 $1,832,490 • 2009-10 $2,107,800 • 2010-2011 $2,042,664 • 2011 – 2012 $2,327,932 • 2012 – 2013 $2,404,601

  11. Special Education Instruction • Resource teachers Supplies Extended School Year (IEP driven) Five year history • 2008-09 $307,822 • 2009-10 $305,400 • 2010-11 $373,572 • 2010 12 $387,645 • 2012-13 $429,464

  12. Basic Skills (LIFT) andEnglish Language Service Instruction • Teachers • Supplies Five year history • 2008-09 $87,394 • 2009-10 $125,000 • 2010-11 $135,524 • 2011-12 $144,100 • 2012-13 $149,100

  13. School Sponsored Co-Curricular Activities and Remedial Summer School • Clubs: Garden Club, Character Education • Extra-Curricular Activities: School Variety Show • Remedial Summer School Five year history • 2008-09 $46,950 • 2009-10 $21,000 • 2010-11 $ 7,302 • 2011-12 $15,300 • 2012-13 $11,900

  14. Special Education Tuition • Special Education tuition students • BCSSSD • Extended school year Five year history • 2008-09 $ 46,377 • 2009-10 $172,400 • 2010-11 $ 31,065 • 2011-12 $ 45,100 • 2012-13 $ 37,822

  15. Speech & Related Services • Speech Therapist • Extended school year speech services • Occupational Therapy • Physical Therapy • Itinerant Teacher of Deaf services • Paraprofessionals • Applied Behavior Analysis Five year history • 2008-09 $243,398 • 2009-10 $279,800 • 2010-11 $259,078 • 2011-12 $255,700 • 2012-13 $274,444

  16. Child Study Team Services • Learning Disability Teacher-Consultant • Psychologist • Social Worker • Purchases services (outside evaluations) • Supplies & expenses Five year history • 2008-09 $163,374 • 2009-10 $178,600 • 2010-11 $198,948 • 2011-12 $223,610 • 2012-13 $258,244

  17. Health & Attendance • Nurse • School Physician • Health Aide • Nursing supplies • Attendance services Five year history • 2008-09 $136,115 • 2009-10 $160,800 • 2010-11 $148,760 • 2011-12 $154,900 • 2012-13 $151,501

  18. Guidance & School-Wide Testing • Counselor • Secretarial support • Testing expenses Five year history • 2008-09 $32,722 • 2009-10 $24,900 • 2010-11 $29,217 • 2011-12 $34,710 • 2012-13 $34,720

  19. Curriculum • Supervisor of Instruction • Secretarial support • Curriculum development • Professional associations • Supplies Five year history • 2008-09 $103,361 • 2009-10 $93,268 • 2010-11 $92,246 • 2011-12 $96,100 • 2012-13 $93,166

  20. Educational Media/Library • Librarian, Library aide • Summer Media Center/Tech work • Books & supplies • Automated system licensing fee & support Five year history • 2008-09 $ 83,487 • 2009-10 $ 87,600 • 2010-11 $102,237 • 2011-12 $102,100 • 2012 013 $ 70,464

  21. Professional Development • Teacher in-service, training and articulation on site • Off site workshops, conferences Five year history • 2008-09 $13,881 • 2009-10 $16,300 • 2010-11 $5,882 • 2011-12 $11,000 • 2012-13 $11,124

  22. General Administration • Superintendent, Treasurer, Legal Services, Auditor, Architect, Bid Purchase Services, Telephone, Board Liability Insurance, Postage, Supplies, Five year history • 2008-09 $161,417 • 2009-10 $190,900 • 2010-11 $181,464 • 2011-12 $183,550 • 2012-13 $194,014

  23. School Administration • Superintendent (Principal portion), Assistant Principal, Secretarial support, Substitute Registry, Educational workshops for administrative purposes, professional dues Five year history • 2008-09 $161,149 • 2009-10 $215,600 • 2010-11 $226,659 • 2011-12 $231,400 • 2012-13 $231,996

  24. School Business Office Services • Business Administrator & staff • Human Resources/payroll • Accounts payable • Printing & advertising • Software systems & support associated with personnel, payroll, budget, telecommunications & network management • Student accident insurance • Technology services

  25. School Business Office Services Five year history • 2008-09 $240,555 • 2009-10 $273,968 • 2010-11 $206,891 • 2011-12 $214,950 • 2012-13 $211,311

  26. Operation & Maintenance of Plant • Custodians • Lunch/recess/copy aides • Liability & property insurance • Contracted services • Custodial supplies • Electricity, heat • Clerical support

  27. Operation & Maintenance Five year History • 2008-09 $608,880 • 2009-10 $635,050 • 2010-11 $655,852 • 2011-12 $875,783 • 2012-13 $923,797

  28. Student Transportation • Fuel & Maintenance • Regular & Special Routes • Aid in Lieu: Non-public school reimbursement • Drivers, transportation aides, secretarial support Five year history • 2008-09 $393,163 • 2009-10 $440,622 • 2010-11 $279,374 • 2011-12 $272,082 • 2012-13 $278,787

  29. Employee Benefits • Social Security • Workers Compensation • Health benefits, Dental, Prescription • Tuition reimbursement • PERS retirement contribution Five year history • 2008-09 $ 822,175 • 2009-10 $1,031,132 • 2010-11 $1,305,350 • 2011-12 $1,430,440 • 2012-13 $1,573,173 10.1% increase health benefits

  30. Food Services • Audit • Contracted Services through Food • Management Company • Lunch Prices Five year history • 2008-09 $ 0 • 2009-10 $ 0 • 2010-11 $ 0 • 2011-12 $ 0 • 2012-13 $ 0

  31. Equipment and Capital Outlay • Equipment purchases exceeding $2000 • Capital outlay – an improvement to the building or grounds, such as repair of a unit ventilator Five Year History • 2008-09 $4,962 • 2009-10 $ 50 • 2010-11 $ 150 • 2011-12 $ 75 • 2012-13 $ 50

  32. Total Operating Budget • 2008-09 $5,430,685 • 2009-10 $6,360,190 • 2010-11 $6,221,136 • 2011-12 $7,085,702 • 2012-13 $7,423,858

  33. Federal & State Grants • Federal grant funds (Public & Non-public) IDEA - Special Education tuition, related services, supplemental instruction, supplies No Child Left Behind (NCLB) – Professional development, technology, safe drug free schools, services for at-risk students ARRA (additional IDEA funds) State grant funds – Non-public nursing, technology, textbooks, supplemental instruction Other – vary year to year i.e., REAP

  34. 2012 - 2013

  35. 2012 – 2013 REVENUE

  36. Percentage Revenue 2012 - 2013

  37. Revenues 2012 - 2013 • Fund Balance $ 330,247 • Local Tax Levy $ 6,764,011 • Interest & Misc Revenue $ 86,350 • State Aid $ 243,250 • Total Operating Budget $7,423,858 • Grants $ 144,175 • Debt Service $ 2,243,310 • Total Budget $ 9,811,343

  38. COMPARISONBUDGET 2011 – 2012 • Fund Balance $ 408,554 • Local Tax Levy $6,470,600 • Misc. Revenue $ 67,523 • State Aid $ 139,048 • Operating Budget $7,085,735 Grants & Entitlements • State & Federal $ 154,508 Repayment of Debt • Budget Fund Balance $ 499,669 • Local Tax Levy $1,337,762 • State Aid $ 304,669 • Total $2,142,100 2012 – 2013 • Fund Balance $ 330,247 • Local Tax Levy $6,764,011 • Misc. Revenue $ 86,300 • State Aid $ 243,250 • Operating Budget $7,423,858 Grants & Entitlements • State & Federal $ 144,175 Repayment of Debt • Budget Fund Balance $ 587,541 • Local Tax Levy $1,335,580 • State Aid $ 320,189 • Total $2,243,310

  39. Tax Points & Assessed Values • Tax point 2011 $71,414 Chesterfield • Tax point 2012 $71,900 Chesterfield • Average assessed value of home in Chesterfield 2011 $ 396,472 • Average assessed value of home in Chesterfield 2012 $396,860

  40. Average Home Assessed Value is $396,860 • A home assessed at $396,860 will realize a $141.13 tax increase for the operating budget • $ ($ 5.51) Debt service (Already approved) • $ 135.62 Total

  41. Additional adjustments to tax impact from unexpended bond proceeds • The Board may adopt a resolution to pay $587,000, principal payment of 2012-13 Debt Service, for new school with unexpended bond proceeds

  42. Budget Adopted 3/26/2012 by BOE after adoption of resolution • Budget Total Operating Budget $ 7,423,858 Total Grants & Entitlements $ 144,175 Total Repayments of Debt $ 2,243,310 Totals $ 9,811,343 • Local Tax Levy $ 6,764,011 n/a $ 1,335,580 $ 8,099,591

  43. 2012-2013 SCHOOL BUDGET Questions?