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  1. Lyons Central School District Community Budget Presentation 2009-2010

  2. Special Programs Office

  3. Special Programs Office • Successes and Challenges 2008-2009 • Continued to keep classification rate of Students with Disabilities (SWD) low: 16.29% • Continue integration of SWD into general education classrooms at all grade levels • Will pilot a blended class at ES next year • MS/HS staff attending Co-teaching trainings • Response To Intervention • New means of using data to track student progress toward benchmarks • Needs to be in place by 2012 – Lyons started this year and will be fully implemented next year

  4. Special Programs Office • Quality Improvement Plan • Performance of special education students on 3 – 8 ELA testing • Since we have begun interventions: Level 2 + Level 3 + Students with disabilities

  5. Special Programs Office • Successes and Challenges 2008-2009 • Stimulus Money • Title I (Reading and Math support) • IDEA (Special Education) • Essentially grant monies with limited uses • Professional Development, Assistive Technology, curricular enhancement, etc… • Bringing back students from BOCES placements as appropriate • Two students came back this year and one more will try next year – even at half-time, this can result in over $60,000 savings

  6. Lyons Elementary

  7. LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BLUE RIBBON ACADEMICS EXCEEDING STATE EXPECTATIONS SCIENCE – 88% PASSING SOCIAL STUDIES – 96% PASSING

  8. LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL • STATE-OF-THE ART PROGRAMMING • FULL DAY/HALF DAY UNIVERSAL PRE-KINDERGARTEN • FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN • FUNDATIONS PHONICS PROGRAM • STATE-ALIGNED K-6 CURRICULUM • TECHNOLOGY (COMPUTER) INSTRUCTION

  9. LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING • PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS • NETWORKING SKILLS • LEADERSHIP SKILLS • ADAPTABILITY SKILLS • DEVELOPING INITIATIVE • PERSUASIVE SPEAKING/WRITING • INFORMATIONAL ANALYSIS SKILLS • DEVELOPING IMAGINATION

  10. LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLINTENSIVE STAFF DEVELOPMENT • TEACHING THE ECONOMICALLY-DISADVANTAGED • MASTERING WORD MEANING • ACTIVE STUDENT LEARNING • TECHNOLOGICALLY-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION • COMPUTER GRAPHICS FOR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION • UNDERSTANDING ADOLESCENT FEMALE BEHAVIOR

  11. LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLINTENSIVE STAFF DEVELOPMENT • TEACHING THE HYPERACTIVE CHILD • MEASURING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INSTRUCTION METHODS • IMPROVING TEACHER/STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS • TEACHING THAT INCREASES STUDENT MEMORY • STUDENT SUCCESS STRATEGIES

  12. LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLNEW YORK STATE TESTINGLANGUAGE ARTS 2009

  13. LYONS ELEMENTARYSOLID SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS • MENTORING PROGRAM • R.O.A.R. CHARACTER EDUCATION PROGRAM • GRANDPARENT’S PROGRAM • ADVANTAGES DAY CARE • L.E.A.P. AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM • LOWER CLASS SIZE – NEIGHBORING DISTRICTS • BRAIN GYM SENSORY PROGRAM • POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION/SUPPORT (PBIS) • BIG BROTHER/BIG SISTER

  14. Lyons Middle School

  15. Lyons Middle School Continued Academic Performance (2007 - 2008) Math 7 scores increased 10%. 80% of students scored at levels 3 & 4. Math 8 scores increased 11%. 84% of students scored at levels 3 & 4. 80% of 8th grade students scored at levels 3 & 4 on the Science 8 exam. 86% of 8th grade students scored at levels 3 & 4 on the Social Studies 8 exam.

  16. Lyons Middle School Continued Academic Performance (2009) ELA 7 scores increased 14%. 85% of students scored at levels 3 & 4. ELA 8 scores increased 16%. 61% of students scored at levels 3 & 4.

  17. Lyons Middle School • Participation in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. • Successful implementation of the Middle School Benchmark (research and presentation skills). • “Word of the Week” initiative. Build literacy and vocabulary skills. • Independent reading program. • Summer Reading Program – collaboration with community resources. • Planned and implemented summer school (all four core subject areas taught). • Summer 7th grade orientation program.

  18. Lyons High School

  19. High School Regents 2007-2008 (% above 65) Percentage Passing

  20. Lyons High School • 90% of the students passed Regents Exams. • 30% achieved mastery grade above 85%. • 96% attendance rate for grades 7-12. • 96% received a Regents Diploma. • 61% received a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation. • 64 students took college level courses (CCC, FLCC, Syracuse University). 32 credits possible. • 524 college credit hours earned • 88% of 2008 graduates continued their education.

  21. Lyons High School • Provide a safe climate that promotes learning. • Revised lunch procedures. • Phase I Building Project Completion. • Increased emphasis on parent collaboration and communication. • Service learning (leadership class, community service component). • Senior Benchmark/Portfolio/Community Service requirement. • Accelerated coursework. • Expanded summer school opportunities. • Emphasis on staff development (mentoring). • Implementation of “Teaming” at 9th grade. • Martin Luther King Day school-wide and • community celebrations.

  22. MS/HS Extra-Curricular Accomplishments • Athletics - Numerous individual and team accomplishments (personal records and States). • 59% of students in grades 7-12 participated in at least one sport. • Active student councils. • Participation in local, regional, and state art shows.

  23. MS/HS Extra-Curricular Accomplishments • Jazz band and Vocal Jazz Choir performances at various venues. • Invitations to march in various parades. • “Wizard of Oz.” Outstanding school musical. Record number of community members assisted with the show. All student pit band. Sold out every show. • 19% of students in grades 7-12 participated in the “Wizard of Oz.” • 46% of students in grades 7-12 participate in band and/or choir.

  24. Initiatives • Emphasis on ELA performance in grades 7 & 8. • Graduation Rate. • Positive Behavioral Interventions & Support • (PBIS) - “ROAR”. • Phase II – Project Lead the Way. • Senior Benchmark Adjustments. • Enhance School Culture – reduction of disciplinary referrals. • Cultural Competency Committee.

  25. VOTING DATE & LOCATION • Tuesday, May 19 7AM – 8:30 PM • * NEW LOCATION * • Middle / High School Auditorium

  26. EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS • 5 Employees have opted for early retirement incentive • Teachers • Secondary math • Elementary (2) • Support Staff • Director of Facilities • Custodian

  27. EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS (continued) • Other savings • Administrative reorganization - .5 reduction ($46,000) • 1 Elementary Special Ed – unfilled • 1 Food Service – unfilled • 1 Bus Driver – unfilled • Continue to share Food Service Director • Reduction in athletic contests (30-35 less) • Consolidation of bus runs • 5% reduction in ES & HS/MS supply budgets

  28. DEFINITIONS & HIGHLIGHTS • Budget - A financial plan expressing the estimates of proposed expenditures for a fiscal year and the proposed means of financing them. • $17,688,448 (08-09) • $18,747,452 (09-10) • Increase of $1,059,004 or 5.9% • Tax levy - Total amount of revenue that needs to be raised from local real property taxes • $4,282,407 (08-09) • $4,273,843 (09-10) • Decrease of $8,564 or .02% • Tax rate - $ amount taxpayers pay per $1,000 of assessed value • $21.69 (07-08) • $18.95 (08-09) • $18.91 (09-10 est.) • Estimated decrease of $.04

  29. TAX LEVY VS. BUDGET • 2009-10 • Tax levy decrease of (.02%), or ($8,564) • Total budget increase of 5.9%, or $1,059,004

  30. TAX RATE

  31. EXPENDITURES

  32. WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?

  33. EXPENDITURE VARIANCES • Year to year increase of $1,059,004 or 5.9% • Year to year operating increase of $845,991 or 4.8%

  34. PROPERTY PURCHASE

  35. PROPERTY PURCHASE

  36. BALANCED BUDGET • Balanced budget: projected expenditures = projected revenues

  37. WHERE DOES THE MONEY COME FROM?

  38. FUND BALANCE • Fund balance = revenues – expenditures (savings) • Reserved: specific purpose • Unreserved: • Appropriated – used to reduce tax levy • Unappropriated – no restriction for use, but limited to 4% of budget or $741,102

  39. How Did We Close The Gap? • Fund balance is limited, therefore year to year allocation of fund balance is unsustainable and should be used for one-time occurrences only!!!

  40. BUDGET SUMMARY • Tax levy decrease of .02%, or $8,564 • Est. tax rate decrease of .04 to $18.91 • Total budget increase of 5.9%, or $1,059,004

  41. CAPITAL PROJECT UPDATE • Phase I – ES and MS/HS renovations and new ES classrooms completed • 4 new ES classrooms, HVAC, entryways, halls, carpeting, paint, energy efficient doors, windows, blinds and lights. • Classroom light fixtures changed from T12 to T5 • Motion sensors – reduce energy by 25%

  42. CAPITAL PROJECT UPDATE • Phase II – Athletic track/field and HS roof repair • On schedule, 8/15 est. completion date

  43. HOW MUCH DID THE CAPITAL PROJECT COST LOCAL TAXPAYERS? • $0 • Why? • Building state aid ratio: 97.1% • EXCEL state aid: $ $588,000

  44. VOTING DATE & LOCATION • Tuesday, May 19 7AM – 8:30 PM • * NEW LOCATION * • Middle / High School Auditorium • All day K-12 Art Show • DARE is sponsoring: • 11:00 – 1:00 Hots and Hamburgers • 1:00 until sold out Chicken BBQ

  45. QUESTIONS?