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  1. RIVERHEAD CENTRALSCHOOL DISTRICT 2011-2012 Preliminary Budget Overview Board of Education Members: Mrs. Ann Cotten-DeGrasse, President Mr. Gregory Meyer, Vice President Mrs. Kathleen Berezny Mr. Timothy Griffing Ms. Angela DeVito Mrs. Amelia Lantz Mr. Jeffrey Falisi Nancy Carney Superintendent of Schools March 22, 2011

  2. 2011-2012 Budget • State mandated pension costs (ERS,TRS) are increasing $2,126,928 (39%) • Proposed State aid reduction of $2,674,432 (14.2%) • Loss of State aid and the increase in pension costs will increase the tax levy by $4, 939,546 (5.7%) • This increase is before any other mandated or contractual increases

  3. 2011-2012 Budget • Current mandated contractual increases for negotiated labor contracts: $ 2,105,576 or 2.55% on tax levy

  4. 2011-2012 Budget • 2010-2011 budget $108, 237,909 • 2011-2012 preliminary budget (draft) $110, 345,610 • Represents a 1.96% budget increase. Of this: • Total General Support -2.89% • Total Instructional Program +0.74% • Total Transportation +0.50% • Total Employee Benefits +12.66% • Total debt Services and Transfers -20.5% • The preliminary budget reflects almost 4 million dollars in reductions • Budget Increase without TRS & ERS -0.01%

  5. 2011-2012 Budget • Contractual Limits (Plus 10%) • K-3 25 Students • 4-6 30 students • 7-12 30 Students (25 in English, 24 in Science)

  6. Tax Levy • The school property tax levy represents the amount of • funding a school district needs to raise through property taxes to balance its budget. • The Property Tax Levy is calculated as follows: Projected School Spending (- ) minus state aid (- ) minus other revenues (- ) minus prior year’s fund balance = Property Tax Levy • In Riverhead, school taxes comprise 50-60% of the total property tax levy

  7. Tax Rate • Rate charged against the individual assessment of each property owner • In the Riverhead School District we have 3 townships: Brookhaven, Southampton, and Riverhead • The tax rate is dependent upon the state equalization rate for each township…should equalize taxes on full valuation between the towns

  8. 2011-2012 Budget Impact on Tax Levy • Budget Increase $2,119,124 (1.96%) 2.57% • Impact of state aid proposal (-2,674,432) 3.23% • Total 5.97% (This includes $3,440,000 from estimated 2011-2012 fund balance)

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  17. RCSD Academic Programs:Rigor and Relevance • Just a sampling of our programs and initiatives.. • Teacher’s College Readers and Writers Workshop • FOSS Science program • EnVision Math: this is a primary resource in mathematics grades 5 and 6 • Middle School Bridge Program • Ninth Grade Academy • Wise Financial Literacy Program • Smart Physics • Wide Selection of Advanced Placement Courses

  18. RCSD Academic Programs:Next Year’s Initiatives Next year we are planning: Full implementation of Atlas, which is web-based curriculum mapping program. Common Core Standards: As NYS Education Department rolls out the Common Core Standards in ELA and Math, we will be realigning and adjusting our ELA and Math curricula accordingly and providing our teachers with professional development in these areas. Right Reason: a web-based program that will enable us to track our students’ progress at regular intervals through-out the year using our math and TC assessments and benchmarks. This program will also allow us to implement credit recovery and an enhanced home instruction model. Mentoring: we are exploring a pilot partnership with community churches and businesses to mentor students in the district.

  19. Questions and Suggestions