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  1. SCHOOLS

  2. School Budgets • WJCC School Budget Spending ($1,000s) FY2014 FY2013 Operating Budget $ 115,877 $ 112,564 2.9% Grants 4,993 5,236 - 4.6% Food Service 3,939 3,898 1.1% State Operations 1,008 948 6.3% Recurring $ 125,717 $ 122,646 2.5% Capital Budget 2,276 17,555 -87.0% $ 128,093 $ 140,201

  3. School Budgets • WJCC Budget Revenue ($1,000s) FY2014 FY2013 County $ 81,404 $ 92,634 -12.1% State 29,335 29,181 0.1% City 8,586 9,381 - 8.5% Federal 5,598 5,760 - 2.8% Other 3,160 3,275 -3.5% $ 128,093 $ 140,201 • Recurring revenue County $ 79,355 $ 76,690 3.5% City 8,369 7,741 8.1%

  4. School Operating Budget • WJCC Operating Budget Revenue ($1,000s) % of Total FY2014FY2013 County 68. 5 $ 79,355 $ 76,690 3.5% City 7.2 8,3697,7418.1% Local 75.7 $ 87,724 $ 84,431 3.9% State 23.7 27,461 27,371 0.3% Federal 0.1 80 80 0.0% Other 0.5 612 682-10.3% $ 115,877 $ 112,564 2.9%

  5. School Operating Budget Oversight: • State – heavily regulates public education – SOQ, SOL, SOA, teacher certifications, staffing, building, equipment requirements • State funding – less than 24% of the total operating budget – none of the capital budget • Localities restricted to appropriations to six major categories – cannot exercise any line item control within school budgets • State has decided that, for purposes of paying reasonable salaries, benefits and retirement – school employees, including teachers, are local employees

  6. School Operating Budget • Enrollment • Current year estimate was 10,992 K-12 students; actual Sept 2013 enrollment was 10,998 – 250 more than Sept 2012 - 280 increase from County neighborhoods • Enrollment growth over past 5 years has been flat in the County, until the current year - when the County K-12 enrollment surged. • Projected WJCC enrollment in FY2015 is 11,207 – an increase of 209 students, with 459 new students added in two years (FY2014 and FY2015) – 459 students exceeds the current enrollment at DJ Montague ES • Future enrollment projections show growth at approximately 200 students a year, FY2018 shows an estimated 11,814 K-12 students, a five-year increase of 1,066 students

  7. School Operating Budget • One possibility for FY2015 - FY2015 will see a significant increase in the contribution to the teachers’ VRS program – separately controlled and administered by the State, WJCC increase is estimated at $2.0 million - Other benefit costs, including health insurance, continuing the transition to an employee-paid VRS share of 5% and VRS for non-teaching employeeswill also increase School spending as willreplacement buses and/or technology upgrades - Challenges of both the existing and projected enrollment increases, in additional staff, equipment and classrooms, and any program improvements could also add to total spending.

  8. School Operating Budget • WJCC Operating Budget Revenue ($1,000s) IF the County provides 50% of the natural revenue growth in its General Fund, approximately $1 million, then the total Operating Budget for the WJCC Schools could increase by approximately $4.7 million.Since other funding is “fixed”, any funding above that shown below would come exclusively from local revenue. HYPOTHETICAL % of Total FY2015FY2014 County 66.8 $ 80,355 $ 79,355 1.3% City 7.2 8,6128,3692.9% Local 74.0 $ 88,967 $ 87,724 1.4% State 25.4 30,96127,461 12.7% Federal 0.1 80 80 0.0% Other 0.5 612612 0.0% $ 120,620 $ 115,877 5.2%

  9. School Operating Budget Board questions and/or guidance?