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  1. Central Dauphin School District 2005 – 2006 Preliminary Budget April 4, 2005

  2. Preliminary Budget 2005-2006 Revenues $ 122,545,295 Expenditures 125,593,519 Shortfall $ 3,048,224

  3. Revenue Recap Local Revenue $ 92,433,563 State Revenue 28,219,983 Federal Revenue 1,891,748 Total $ 122,545,294

  4. Taxable Assessment Calculation

  5. Certified Assessment 2004 – 2005 $4,827,246,700 2005 – 2006 $4,979,712,550 3.16% increase

  6. Real Estate Millage 2004 – 2005 11.888 2005 – 2006 11.987 .099 mills increase 0.8% increase

  7. Assessed value of home $ 50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $250,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 Total tax increase (0.466 mills) $ 5 $ 10 $ 15 $ 25 $ 30 $ 40 $ 50 Impact of Millage Increase

  8. Expenditures By Function

  9. Expenditures By Function

  10. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  11. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  12. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  13. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  14. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  15. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  16. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  17. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  18. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  19. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  20. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  21. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  22. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  23. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  24. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  25. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  26. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  27. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  28. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  29. 2005-2006 Preliminary Expenditures

  30. Class Size Guidelines The following regular elementary class size guidelines were Board approved on January 13, 1992: K – Gr. 2 = 18 – 22 Gr. 3 – 4 = 20 – 26 Gr. 5 – 6 = 22 - 28

  31. Staffing - Administration 1 Assistant Superintendent 2 Elementary Principals 1 Assistant Principal Total salary and benefits = $399,151

  32. High School Enrollment Increases Current 8th grade class entering 9th grade = 1096 8th grade going to East High = 524 Current 9th grade at East High = 395 8th grade going to CDHS = 500 Current 9th grade at CDHS = 550* this number reflects the EH students that chose CDHS last year.

  33. Staffing - Teachers CDHS 3 English .5 Business Ed 1 Math 1 Drivers Ed 2 Social Studies .5 Phys Ed 1.5 Tech Ed 2.5 Learning Support 1 Art 1 Autistic Support 1 FCS 3 Science

  34. Staffing - Teachers East HS 3 English .5 Business Ed 2 Math 1 School Counselor 2 Social Studies 1 Phys Ed 1 Spanish .5 Tech Ed 2.5 Learning Support 1 Science

  35. Middle School Enrollment Increases Current 6th grade classes = 997 Current 7th grade classes = 884

  36. Staffing - Teachers Middle Schools 1 German 1 Spanish 1 Latin

  37. Staffing - Teachers 36 Teaching Positions Salary and Benefits $1,950,192

  38. Staffing - Teachers No Elementary Growth Positions

  39. Budgeted Curriculum • Reading Curriculum K-5 • Year 2 – Social Studies K-6 • Year 3 – Secondary Science Curriculum

  40. Benefits 2005-2006 Medical Insurance $11,899,950 Dental Insurance 1,077,339 Vision Insurance 129,125 Life Insurance 126,387 Stop Loss Insurance 517,288 $13,750,090 13.52% Increase

  41. Educational Partnerships 04-0505-06% Increase Technical $ 5,134,412 $ 5,487,936 + 6.89% School HACC $ 2,163,634 $ 2,487,980 + 14.99% CAIU $ 127,872 $ 129,006 + 0.88%

  42. Tuition 1100-500 Tuition to Other Districts $ 55,000 Charter Schools 182,000 Cyber Charter 112,000 APS/PRRI 91,000 Increase $ 440,000

  43. Textbooks 1100-600 Elementary $ 235,000 Secondary 307,000 Increase $ 542,000

  44. Business 2500 Inventory Appraisal $ 13,500 Postage Meter 12,500 Act 72 Mailing 50,000 Increase $ 76,000

  45. Utilities 2600-500/600 Telephone $ 82,000 Water/Sewer 14,000 Heat/Electric 357,000 Increase $ 453,000

  46. Transportation 2700-600/700 Fuel $ 68,000 Hoist Repair 34,000 Equipment 50,000 $ 152,000

  47. Vehicles 2700-700 2 Vans $ 45,000 2 Mini Buses 114,000 5 Buses 335,000 1 Truck 20,000 2 Step Vans 30,000 4 Maintenance Vehicles 60,000 Total Cost $ 604,000

  48. Transportation Garage Future consideration is needed for estimated repairs/upgrades to the transportation hub Totaling $ 350,000

  49. Technology 2800 Phase I of the general fund budget to maintain the technology upgrades. Increase $261,830

  50. Community Service 3300-800 State Police $ 25,000 Crossing Guards 26,500 $ 51,500