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Warren Township School District

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  1. Warren Township School District Budget 2013-2014 Superintendent Dr. Tami Crader Business Administrator Mrs. Patricia Leonhardt

  2. Warren Township School Budget2013-2014 • Board Members • Mrs. Mildred Spiller • Mr. Donald Huber • Mrs. Tia Allocco • Mr. John DeBellis • Ms. Desiree DeNourie • Mrs. Katherine Helewa • Mrs. Roberta Monahan • Mr. James Sena • Mr. Gregory Steier

  3. Budget highlights • Continued Support of current Class Size Guidelines • Continued support of all current programs, with the addition of new 6th grade Math course and in-district 8th-grade Geometry Honors course • Maintaining REACH, ASAP, and full time guidance • Continuation of I & D Program • Expansion of World Language Program at WMS • Continued Implementation of 21st Century training/programs • Full-day kindergarten • After-school clubs and sports • Courtesy Busing, including MS late bus • Inclusion of Fine/Gross Motor support for kindergarteners • Funding for new teacher evaluation system

  4. Changes to the budget • Reductions: Language Arts and World Language Coordinator Stipends Literacy Coach Assistive Technology Consultancy .33 Summer Tech support Additional School Year Tech Support 2 Teaching Positions .5 Special Education Teacher

  5. Changes to the budget • Additions Curriculum Supervisor Additional Technical Support position Additional .5 Data Coordinator .5 WMS Math Teacher Behaviorist

  6. Changes to the budget • MUJC Mount Horeb program for students with autism will move to our own program Teacher 2 Paras .6 Speech OT/PT

  7. Net cost for Personnel changes • Additions $634,925 • Reductions $564,100 • Net Increase $70,825

  8. Budget Challenges • Increase of 2.3% in salaries • 2% Cap on Tax Levy Increase • Increase in Health Care costs • Cost of Technology • Cost of Capital Projects • Cost of Special Education

  9. Projects Funded by Capital Reserve No effect on tax levy, since funds come from capital reserve • Woodland School Roof Replacement • Building envelope (façade) work at ALT • Building envelope (façade) work at MHS • Central School Boiler Replacement

  10. Expenditures

  11. Sources of Revenue

  12. Budget Information • $43,118,423 budget • State Aid for General Fund=$1,187,441 • State aid for Debt Service=$258,392 • Other Revenues=$3,322,300 (grants, capital reserve, surplus, interest on accounts, etc.) • Last year’s tax levy =$37,640,056 (includes debt service tax levy) • 2012-2013 Tax Levy Increase for Fund 10 (General Fund)=1.95% ($720,341) • Tax Levy Decrease for Fund 40 (debt service)= -1.65% (-$10,107) • Total Amount to be raised, including debt service tax levy =$38,350,290 (1.89% increase over last year’s tax levy total)

  13. What Does that Mean to the Taxpayer? • Tax rate= .9325, decrease from last year’s .939 • Taxpayer who owns an average-priced house ($643,250 as defined by the municipality) will pay $126 more per year.