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  1. LANSING Central School District LCSD Budget Presentation Chris Pettograsso, Superintendent of Schools Mary June King, Administrator of Business May 13, 2013 6:00 – 7:00 PM

  2. Lansing Central School District • AGENDA • District Highlights • Budget Process • Budget Overview • Effective Advocacy • Budget Vote Information

  3. Lansing Central School District ENROLLMENT DATA

  4. Lansing Central School District • LCSD Highlights • By every measure, LCSD has provided an outstanding education to the children of this community: • Graduation rate of 90 – 95% • Achievement on NY State Testing (Top 3 in Region) • Participation in honors and AP courses • Awards in Art, Music, Performing Arts, Technology and more • Scholar Athletes • Achievement and recognition in regional, state, and national • competition

  5. Lansing Central School District • LCSD Highlights • Ranked 7th among 53 public school districts from Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego and Tompkins counties; Base on 4 years of NYS test data from NYSED. • Rankings reported by Buffalo Business First, 2012. • Ranked 25th among administrative efficiency ratings of 430 upstate NY public school districts. Rankings reported by Buffalo Business First, 2012. • LCSD High School identified as a high performing high school • by NYSED. Reported by NYSED, 2012. • LCSD awarded “Best High School Silver Medal” in the US News and World Report National Ranking; LCSD was ranked 104 out of 1,165 high schools in NYS; and 800 out of 22,000 high schools reviewed.

  6. Lansing Central School District • Budget Process and BOE Budget Goal • The Board of Education will support the development of an annual budget that is accountable, affordable, educationally responsible to all students, and fiscally responsible to and supported by the community. • Educationally Sound • Financial Responsibility • Future Financial Stability

  7. Lansing Central School District Budget Development & Communication Cycle October 22 -  Budget Update: Gap Analysis November 13 - Budget Presentation - 2013-2014 Fund Balance Analysis November 26 - 2013-2014 Updated Budget Gap Analysis December 10 - 2013-2014 Budget Presentation - State Aid, Property Tax and Budget Projections January 14 2012-2013 - LCSD Academic Program Review 2013-2014 - Updated Budget Review

  8. Lansing Central School District Budget Development & Communication Cycle January 28 2013-2014 Budget Presentation Class Size Presentation (Budget Impact) Tenure Process Presentation February 7 - Community Forum: Budget and Beyond - Facilitated Conversation Seeking Community Input February 11 2012-2013 Athletic Program Review 2012-2013 Budget Update: General Support February 25 - 2013-2014 Budget Update

  9. Lansing Central School District Budget Development & Communication Cycle March 21 - Community Forum: Budget and Beyond - Facilitated Conversation Seeking Community Input - Budget Update YOU TUBE COMMUNITY PRESENTATION - 2 PARTS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvgK8ealY_o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8r0tzB1Ofig March 25 2012-2013Professional Development & Curriculum Review Presentation 2013-2014 TST BOCES Budget Presentation - BOCES Roadshow 2013-2014 School Board Member Information Presentation 2013-2014 Budget Update &  Tompkins County Assessment YOU TUBE VIDEOS OF BOE MTG MARCH 25, 2013  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ay8sI93-7HUhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LrHheuWW1I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqA0HN4Cj7Y

  10. Lansing Central School District Budget Development & Communication Cycle April 8 2013-2014 Budget Presentation - Budget Update Adopt 2013-14 School Budget -Budget Presentation April 24 - 2013-2014 BOCES Annual Election and statutory vote on Administrative Budget May 6 - 2013-2014 School Budget Newsletter mailed to district residents and posted on our website. May 13 - School Budget Hearing: Presentation of the 2013-2014 School Budget, 6pm    May 21 - BUDGET VOTE, 7:00 am- 9:00 pm @ ES Teacher Ctr.

  11. Lansing Central School District Budget Development & Communication Cycle 2013 • Planning for Successful Communication - Budget Development & Communications Cycle Timeline The Leadership Team (2x per month) The Extended Leadership Team (4x per year) Superintendent and Business Administrator (Weekly) Focus Forums (6x per year) Board of Education Meeting (2x per month) Student Advisory Building/ District Level Teams

  12. Lansing Central School District • 2013-14 Proposed Budget $240,000 – New capital bond from Learning, Health and Safety capital project fully state aided.

  13. Lansing Central School District • Budget Drivers • Salaries & BOCES • Pension costs • Unfunded NYS mandates • Reduction in state aid • Impact of Cayuga Power Plant

  14. SALARIES: Athletics, Psychologist, SPED, Federal fund salaries BOCES: staffing changes (art itinerant, business office, computer assistance), data needs, C&T Ed, BOCES admin charges ERS: Mandated rate increase from .189 to .209 per dollar paid TRS: Mandated rate increase from .125 to .165 per dollar paid

  15. Lansing Central School District • Unfunded Mandates

  16. Lansing Central School District • Unfunded Mandates

  17. Lansing Central School District • Tax Levy Limit (Property Tax Cap) • Must follow an eight-step formula determined by NYS • Formula limits the increase in the vast majority of expenses to 2% or less • Result of the formula determines the amount that property taxes can increase, setting a threshold for voter approval • If tax increase is less than the threshold amount, budget passes with 50% or more of the voters voting “yes” • If tax increase is greater than the threshold amount, budget passes with 60% or more of the voters voting “yes” • If budget is defeated, no increase in taxes is permitted • NY Property Tax Cap Video

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  19. Lansing Central School District • Impact of Cayuga Power Plant • 2010-2011 • 2011-2012

  20. Lansing Central School District • Impact of Cayuga Power Plant • 2012-2013 • 2013-2014

  21. Lansing Central School District • Impact of Cayuga Power Plant • 2010-2014

  22. Lansing Central School District • State Aid • GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT • GEA Video

  23. Lansing Central School District • Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) • First introduced in 2010‐11 by then Governor Patterson as a temporary measure to help NYSclose its budget deficit • All school districts were assessed an amount of aidthat would be deducted by the state and not paid toschool districts • Under Governor Cuomo, the GEA is now apermanent part of state law to continue to help close NYS budget deficit

  24. STATE AID REDUCTIONS 2009-2010 STATE AID REDUCED $ 750,000 FEDERAL AID INCREASED $ 750,000 2010-2011 STATE AID REDUCED $ 1,340,000 FEDERAL AID INCREASED $ 450,000 2011-2012 STATE AID REDUCED $ 1,530,000 FEDERAL AID INCREASED $ 380,000 2012-2013 STATE AID REDUCED $ 1,300,000 FEDERAL AID INCREASED $ 0 2013-2014 STATE AID REDUCED $ 1,230,000 FEDERAL AID INCREASED $ 0

  25. Lansing Central School District • LCSD Budget

  26. Lansing Central School District Budget Growth: 2.06%

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  29. Lansing Central School District • How do we address the Budget GAP • Increase revenues • Program adjustments (reductions) • BOCES consolidation/ Merge • Grants • Draw down reserves and fund balance • Exceed the tax levy limit – requiring a “super majority” (8.26% - LCSD Property Tax Cap Limit)

  30. Lansing Central School District • Addressing the Gap – Program Adjustments • 2009-2013 Over 2M in Program & Operation • Reductions • *Reductions Already embedded in Expenses

  31. Lansing Central School District $536,296 – 2% Budget Growth (Includes capital offset)

  32. Lansing Central School District RESERVES PROJECTED

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  34. Lansing Central School District 2013-2014 TAX IMPACT ESTIMATED PROJECTED COMBINED TAX LEVY - $15,561,163 TAX RATE LIMIT PERCENT INCREASE - 4.26% Requires a 50% voter approval threshold

  35. Lansing Central School District • $ 1,764,030 Shortfall contains 2.6% levy increase LONG TERM PROJECTIONS • Cayuga Plant (AES) stable at $60M after 2014-2015 • Taxable Property growth assumed at 1% • 2013-2014 Budget planned at a 4.26% tax rate increase

  36. Lansing Central School District • How did we arrive at this budget? Why are we proposing a 4.26% combined tax rate increase? • Budget communications yielded the message of sustaining, supporting and strengthening our current LCSD program. • Further reductions would vastly reduce the value of LCSD education. • Thepast 5 years have brought balanced budgets with expansive reductions and operational efficiencies with an average rate increase of 1.27%.

  37. Lansing Central School District TOMPKINS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT TAX RATES

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  39. Lansing Central School District • Additional Resolution • Fleet: 25 buses with 10 year lifespan = 2.5 each year • Need Two 70-passenger and One 7-passenger buses • Debt service funds retained from retired debt ($65,000) cover the net district cost of bonding and purchasing • No Additional Taxes

  40. Lansing Central School District • Additional Resolution #2 NO ADDITIONAL TAXES

  41. Lansing Central School District • Addressing the Gap - Without increasing taxes or reducing program • Our LCSD Advocacy Vision: To support, sustain, and strengthen our Lansing Community by forging partnerships among Lansing Central School District, Lansing Community Library, and the Town of Lansing while advocating collectively for equitable education funding. • Partnerships & Advocacy • Local Partnerships • Regional Partnerships • State Partnerships • LCSD Advocacy Toolkit • Advocacy for Education

  42. Lansing Central School District • Communication Opportunities • May 14 - 6-7 pm, Superintendent’s Office • May 16 - 9-11 am, Superintendent’s Office • May 17 - 9-10 am, Linda’s Diner • May 20 - 12-1:30 pm, Crossroads

  43. Lansing Central School District • Vote Information • Budget Vote and Board Election • Tuesday, May 21, 2013 • 7 am to 9 pm • Teacher Center located in the RC Buckley Elementary School • District Office Entrance

  44. Lansing Central School District • Questions? • For more information: • Visit www.lcsd.k12.ny.us and click on 2013-2014 Budget Information