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  1. Hanover Schools FY2008 Budget Presentation Public Hearing March 26, 2007

  2. Hanover Schools • The mission of the Hanover schools is to guide every student to thrive in a global society.

  3. Hanover Schools Core Values • High expectations for all students • Excellence in teaching and meaningful learning • Collaborative relationships • Respect for human differences

  4. Superintendent & School Committee Goals School Year 2006-2007 • Goal: Facilities • Objective: To work to provide clean, safe, healthy buildings that provide for optimal teaching and learning environments for students and staff • Objective: To act as a liaison and resource to the SBNC and to town government in providing educational leadership for Hanover Schools’ new building projects • Goal: Student Achievement • Objective: To recruit, develop, support, and retain outstanding personnel • Objective: To work to establish an accountability system for the district • Objective: To promote continuous improvement of curriculum and instruction • Objective: To promote a district vision and plan for what equity and excellence for all students looks like in Hanover Schools

  5. FY2008 Superintendent’s Budget Goals • Academic Excellence • Student Equity • Financial Responsibility • School Administration and Management • Innovation in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment • Professional Development • Community/Parent Satisfaction

  6. Budget Process Timeline • September • Distribution of budget materials to administrators • Principals and directors meet with staff to determine budget needs • October • Budget drafts completed by principals and directors; principal and directors share preliminary budget proposal with staff and school councils • Superintendent individual meetings with principals and SC to review preliminary budgets(10/26,10/27,10/30) • November • Superintendent individual meetings with principals to review preliminary budgets (11/2,11/3) • Ad Council review of all preliminary budgets • December • SC individual meetings with principals, PPS Director, Curriculum Director, Technology Director, Facilities Manager and Athletic Director to review preliminary budgets (12/6,12/7,12/12) • January • SC Budget Workshops • February • Superintendent and Business Manager meet with Advisory liaisons • March • SC presents FY08 budget to Advisory Committee • SC public budget hearing • May • Town Meeting

  7. Central Office Superintendent Business Manager Director of Curriculum and Instruction Director of Pupil Personnel Services Director of Technology Facilities Manager Food Services Manager Schools Hanover High School Principal & Asst. Principal Hanover Middle School Principal, Asst. Principal & Asst. Principal for Curriculum & Instruction Cedar Elementary Principal & Asst. Principal for Curriculum & Instruction Center/Sylvester Elementary Principal & Asst. Principal for Curriculum & Instruction HANOVER SCHOOLS CENTRAL OFFICE & ADMINSTRATIVE STAFFING

  8. Hanover Schools - Accomplishments DISTRICT • Adoption of new K-8 mathematics textbooks & instructional resources • Embedded PD for new mathematics texts • Design and implementation of a long range K-12 Curriculum Renewal Plan (2006-2013) • K-12 mathematics curriculum begun with mastery standards identified • Continued PD focus on Mathematics, Science, Technology and Engineering through ongoing PD offerings such as courses and institutes • New partnership with MassInsights, a leading PD innovator in math and science • Continued work with the Museum of Science through the Gateway Project • Ongoing PD to SPED staff and regular ed. staff around reaching all learners

  9. Hanover Schools - Accomplishments HIGH SCHOOL • Increased HS graduation requirements in science and mathematics • “New” modified block schedule developed to address time and learning requirements • Development of Common Assessment Opportunities (CAOs) • Development of curriculum syllabus for all subjects • Development of school-wide rubrics as part of NEASC • Utilization of X2 district student management system for scheduling, grade reporting and progress reports

  10. Hanover Schools - Accomplishments MIDDLE SCHOOL • Implementation of Math Lab as intervention strategy for MCAS • Utilization of DOE Performance Improvement Mapping to identify root causes for improving performance in mathematics • One School – One Book program culminating in writer’s workshop • Work on strengthening grade 5 & 6 reading program • PD in differentiated instruction • Raising academic expectations through phased – in implementation of Gr. 8 Algebra for all students

  11. Hanover Schools - Accomplishments ELEMENTARY • Implementation and continued refinement of balanced literacy model • Development and implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI) model in reading • Embedded PD with weekly curriculum collaboration meetings • Re-organization of SPED support services • New assistant principals for curriculum and instruction • Purchase of Houghton – Mifflin’s researched based K-4 mathematics’ materials and resources

  12. Hanover Schools FY2008 Budget Definitions • Maintenance of Effort – a budget that provides the same level of services that are in place for FY2007 and that reflects contractual salary increases and adjustments in fixed costs • Educationally Sound Budget – a budget that reflects increases due to growth in enrollments, changes in existing programs to meet state/federal requirements, and/or instructional resources/supports necessary to implement these changes • Budget for Excellence – a budget that advances the educational vision for the future and includes the resources identified as essential to achieve excellence and equity for all students

  13. FY2008 Assumptions Maintenance of Effort Budget • Level services to students • No significant increase in total school enrollment • Chapter 70 Aid ($540,366 FY08 Governor’s Proposal) • State SPED funding plan – Circuit Breaker • Adjustments for salary increases • Inflation adjustments for fixed costs • Elimination of non – recurring expenses

  14. What a Maintenance of Effort Budget Does Not Address in Planning Today & for the Future • Addition of any K-12 new programs • New initiatives in curriculum, instruction & professional development • New staff • Resources needed to implement DOE MCAS requirements • Additional funding in PD to address NCLB Mandates • Resources to fully address high school NEASC recommendations • Facility needs in all district buildings • Implementation of a K-12 textbook adoption plan to address current and future textbook & instructional resource needs

  15. FY2008 Maintenance of Effort Budget FY2008FY2007Change % of Total Salaries $18,383,051 $17,440,709 +$ 942,34281.5% Expenses 4,162,7454, 084,903 + 77,842 18.5% Total $22,545,796 $21,525,612 +$1,020,184 100.0% Percent of increase from FY2008 to FY2007 is 4.74% Salaries represent 4.38% of the increase and Expenses represent 0.36% of the increase.

  16. Maintenance of Effort Budget Current levels of staffing maintained… Total contractual obligation $1,165,034 Six retirements forecasted/projected savings - 222,692 net increase in salaries $ 942,342 percent of increase in budget 4.38%

  17. Hanover Schools Staffing (FTE) 375.0 [FY2008]

  18. Maintenance of Effort Budget

  19. Special Education Regular Education $18,104,283 (80% ofthe budget) Special Education $4,441,513(20% of the budget) $22,545,796 Circuit Breaker FY2008 The Circuit Breaker provides funds for reimbursable services to students, thus making it possible to feel the positive impact of not having to fund these services solely from the budget. In House Programs- Reduction of Salaries $ 158,722 Outside Programs – Reduction in Tuitions 100,901 Anticipated Receipts from Circuit Breaker $ 259,623 Circuit Breaker FY2008 Projected $ 259,623 Circuit Breaker FY2007 $ 270,016 Net Decrease to Hanover - $ 10,393 Salaries Expenses Total Inc(Dec) FY2008 $3,500,720 940,793 $4,441,513 6.44%

  20. School Contributions - Medicaid Receipts to the Town of Hanover

  21. Enrollment/Occupancy October 1 Enrollment and Occupancy Numbers FY2004 FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 (projected) Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 2,744 2,781 2,764 2,765 2,765 Charter/Choice 2 20 26 27 27 Out-of-District 24 20 19 20 20 Subtotal 2,770 2,821 2,809 2,812 2,812 +54 + 51 -12 +3 +0 This represents an increase of 96 students for whom the school district is financially responsible since FY2003. Students, Walk Ins for Service 15 12 15 18 18 Pre-Kindergarten Peers 21 23 22 20 20 *Non Hanover Students 28 24 25 24 9 Total 2,834 2,880 2,871 2,874 2,859 +59 +46 -9 +3 -15 *(North River Collaborative Programs will no longer be housed at our Middle School. There are nine (9) students in Hanover Programs at our Middle and High Schools )

  22. Occupancy by Building These numbers represent the number of students that are physically in a school and included the students who participate in North River Collaborative Programs. FY2005FY2006 FY2007FY2008(projected) Cedar 581 582 567 567 Center 386 379 383 381 Sylvester 251 239 249 254 Middle 881 889 909 913 High 741737719697 2,840 2,826 2,827 2,812 Total number of students who attend school in the Hanover Schools Choice/Charter and Out OfDistrict 40 45 47 47 2,880 2,871 2,874 2,859 The decrease represents the loss of students who attended the North River Collaborative Program at the Middle School

  23. Class Size Impact Maintenance of Effort Budget School Committee Class Size for FY2008 Parameters with M. of E. Budget • Kindergarten 20 Cedar 19/20 Center 19/20 • Grade 1 20 Cedar 17/18 Center 21/22 • Grade 2 20 Cedar 20/21 Center 18/19 • Grade 3 23 Cedar 20 Sylvester 21/22 • Grade 4 23 Cedar 20/21 Sylvester 20/21 • Grades 5-8 24 Grades 5-8 21/26 • Grades 9-12 25 Grades 9-12 22* (Avg. class size for 260 sections)

  24. Cuts to attain a 2.00% Budget Athletics $ 48,550 Contracted Services 32,000 Extracurricular Activities 12,027 Staffing (18.5 positions) 473,492 Professional Development 6,003 Supplies/Texts/Fixed Assets 17,600 $589,672

  25. Educationally Sound Budget Considerations • An educationally sound budget reflects increases due to growth in enrollments, changes in existing programs to meet state/federal requirements, and/or instructional resources/supports necessary to implement these changes. CATEGORIES • Staffing (.4 HS Dean of Students, 1.0 MS Math Lab Teacher, 1.0 Technology Staff & .5 Transportation Coordinator ($113,343) • Maintenance ($83,000)

  26. Educationally Sound Budget Considerations • Maintenance • System wide –Capital Needs Assessment Report $30,000 (Contract with company to provide comprehensive report on the capital needs of the schools*) {*cost would decrease if HS and/or C/S get approved by MSBA for building projects} • System wide – Preventative Maintenance Program $9,000 (Purchase software program to establish, track, & maintain equipment inventory, repair and monitoring) • System wide – Maintenance Computer $2,000 (Purchase a computer compatible to run the new preventative maintenance program for facilities’ manager) • Middle School- Upgrade HVAC Software $12,000 (System has had ongoing problems since its inception with the addition) • Middle School – retrofit Rooms 222 & 224 $30,000 (Computer& Sci./Tech./Engineering would be relocated to these rooms now being leased to NRC; need for 1st floor space with growing enrollments in grades 5& 6) ________ $83,000

  27. Educationally Sound Additions Maintenance of Effort Budget Increase $1,020,184 4.74% Educationally Sound Budget Increase • Staffing $113,343 • Maintenance $83,000 $196,343 $1,216,527 5.65%

  28. 2006 MCAS Comparison Advanced & Proficient Combined Performance Score (Cohasset, Duxbury, Hingham, Marshfield, Norwell, & Scituate) ELAMATH Grade 3 5th Grade 4 7th Grade 4 7th Grade 6 7th Grade 7 5th Grade 8 6th Grade 10 7th Grade 10 7th

  29. 2005 MCAS Comparison Advanced & Proficient Combined Performance Score (Cohasset, Duxbury, Hingham, Marshfield, Norwell, & Scituate) ELAMATH Grade 3 6th Grade 4 4th Grade 4 6th Grade 6 5th Grade 7 6th Grade 8 6th Grade 10 4th Grade 10 6th

  30. Budget for Excellence A Budget for Excellence is a a budget that advances the educational vision for the future and includes the resources identified as essential to achieve excellence and equity for all students. Categories • Staffing • Instruction • Curriculum and Professional Development • Special Education • Maintenance

  31. Budget for Excellence • Staffing • HS Dept. Head for Fine & Applied Arts ( Music, Art, Industrial, Media & Business Technologies) $23,870* (Position would address the leadership gap that currently exists at the HS for the disciplines listed above; role and responsibilities would be the same as the other department heads) • HS 1.0 FTE English/History Teacher $47,173 (Provide additional electives and address class size in History) • HS 1.0 FTE Math/Science Teacher $47,173 (Increased graduation requirements in Math and Science) • System wide – Increase Daily Sub Rate $19,294 (Increase non-certified from $60 to $75 and certified from $70 to $85) ________ $137,510 *Cost reflects $5,000 stipend plus need to add .40 teaching position as department heads are .60 teachers)

  32. Budget for Excellence • Instruction • HS Mathematic Textbooks $20,000 (Complete 9-12 purchase to replace out of date texts and to match with the new Math/Science alignment created to reflect changes for State MCAS test • MS, Cedar, Center/Sylvester Science Textbooks and Instructional Resources $60,000 (No elementary and middle school instructional resources and texts currently exist to ensure consistency and up-to-date resources that reflect the science/technology engineering Frameworks) ______ $80,000

  33. Budget for Excellence • Professional Development • System wide – Assessment Training $16,000 (Provide additional funds to begin the work with staff on assessment literacy) • Special Education • System wide –Tutors $19,770 (Increase rates from $15, $17, and $19 to $16, $18, and $20) • Maintenance • .50 FTE Maintenance Worker $19,764 (Additional maintenance staff needed to address safety, health issues as well as to service all needs of six buildings and to address ongoing maintenance projects)

  34. Budget for Excellence Additions Maintenance of Effort Budget Increase $1,020,184 4.74% Educationally Sound Budget Increase $1,216,527 5.65% Budget for Excellence Increase • Staffing $137,510 $1,354,037 6.29% • Instructional Materials $80,000 $1,434,037 6.66% • Professional Development $16,000 $1,450,037 6.74% • Special Education $19,770 $1,469,807 6.83% • Maintenance $19,764$1,489,571 6.92% $273,044

  35. Budget History Fiscal Amount Increase or Percent Year(Decrease) Increase or Decrease FY2008 $ 22,545,796 $1,020,184 4.74% FY2007 $ 21,525,612 $ 936,274 4.55% FY2006 $ 20,589,338 $1,078,185 5.53% FY2005 $ 19,511,153 $ 641,224 3.40% FY2004 $ 18,869,929 $ 523,495 2.85% FY2003 $ 18,346,434 - ($ 71,495) -0.39% FY2002 $ 18,417,929 Through FY2007 Five (5) Year Total $3,107,683 16.87% Five (5) Year Average $ 621,537 3.37%

  36. The Capital Improvement Process Phase 1 Submit proposals to the CIC with justification and 3 quotations CIC makes recommendations of which items to fund The Advisory Board makes recommendations at Town Meeting Town Meeting approves selected projects Phase 2 Major building projects require complying with the designer selection process Advertise, prepare RFP and select designer The selected designer prepares plans (drawings), specifications, and bid documents Advertise bid and select contractor Phase 3 The contractor prepares shop drawings Shop drawings are approved by the designer and materials ordered Materials arrive and project starts

  37. Capital Improvements FY2008 Capital Improvement Requests Sylvester School Abate and Tile Hallways and Classrooms $250,000 Center School Repair Roof $ 30,000 District Special Needs Vans /trade-in (2) $ 46,700 F250 Pickup Truck with plow/trade in maintenance van $ 33,000 Wide Area Mower $ 70,000 FY2007 Capital Improvement Requests Sylvester School Replace Windows and Refurbish/Paint Wood Cornice and Portico $510,000 Middle School Replace Outdoor Lighting $230,000 Replace Elevator $145,000 District Special Needs Van /trade-in Handicap Van $ 40,000

  38. What can you do to support Hanover Schools? • Stay informed and involved • Continue to advocate for excellence and for equitable learning opportunities for all students • Communicate the successes of the schools to others • Attend and Participate in Town Meeting on May 7th

  39. Hanover Schools FY08 Public Budget THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THIS EVENING’S PRESENTATION AND FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT OF HANOVER SCHOOLS!