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FY 08 Superintendent’s Budget Proposal January 25, 2007

FY 08 Superintendent’s Budget Proposal January 25, 2007

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FY 08 Superintendent’s Budget Proposal January 25, 2007

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  1. FY 08 Superintendent’s Budget Proposal January 25, 2007

  2. NASHOBA Our Mission . . . to educate all students to their fullest potential.

  3. NASHOBA To foster and sustain educational services that support, enrich and extend our curriculum for all students. (1) • Pre K – 8 ELA curriculum • Pre K – 5 Social Studies curriculum • Pre K – 5 Science curriculum • Enrichment Handbook • United Video Streaming, Renzulli Learning • K – 5, Grade 8 Health • 5 – 8 Science, Engineering and Technology • Boston Museum of Science, Engineering and Technology High School Course

  4. NASHOBA To identify a set of indicators that demonstrates the unity and parity in the quality of our schools across the District. (2) • Establishment of District Standards Based Reporting Committee • Aligned Time on Learning for Middle School Grades • Aligned Time on Learning for Elementary Grades • Reorganization to be District Pre Schools

  5. NASHOBA To provide the necessary space, materials and technology necessary for a quality education. (3) • Twenty year leases for all buildings • Capital Improvement Plan • RFP for District Admin space and High School Academic space • Tablet initiatives at the HIgh School and Hale • SBTF for Town of Stow • Space Needs Committee for Town of Bolton

  6. NASHOBA To develop a communication plan for all students, families, faculty, staff, administrators and community members. (4) • Establishment of District List Serves • Aligned All Websites • Electronic School Newsletters • Active School Councils • Web Based Parent Access

  7. NASHOBA • This budget focuses on four critical sub themes • Classroom learning is where it happens • Student performance drives our work • Authentic experiences keep students and teachers motivated, engaged and striving for continued success • Initiatives need to be well designed from the start

  8. NASHOBA FY 08 Superintendent’s Proposed Budget • $39,691,490 • Up 7.03% over FY 07 • $2,607,831 • In addition there are an estimated $2,066,174 worth of offsets through grants and revolving funds

  9. NASHOBA • Revenue • House I to be released late in February • New Chapter 70 formula suggests a small increase for our District (Possibly as much as $200,000)

  10. NASHOBA • Budget Drivers • System Wide Insurances $ 418,324 • Salaries for Existing Staff $1,291,488 • School Choice Assessment $ 110,000 • Facilities Department $ 111,488 • Reserve Fund$ 93,340

  11. NASHOBA • Professional Development (Goals 1, 2, 3, and 4) • Continued focus on Differentiated Practices • Learn more about Differentiated Assessment practices • Continue with Early Release Time • Focused on Standards Based Reporting – Retooling our Communication of Learning • Look internally for professional guidance • All administrators facilitate a task force and/or a job alike group • Continue funding to content / instruction coaches for K - 8

  12. NASHOBA • Facilities Scheduled Maintenance (Goal 3) • $111,488 • Address High School Space Needs • Architect Expenses • New Cafeteria (Kitchen and Floor Space) • Added Classrooms • Address Administrative Space Needs • Maintenance Position – 1.0 FTE

  13. NASHOBA • Recommended District Wide New Positions • (Goals 1, 2 and 4) FTE Priority • District - T & L Associate (Goals 1,2, & 3) 1.0 3 • Building Based – Support Instructional Coaching, Curriculum Alignment and Assessment Practices • District - T & L Associate (Goals 1,2, & 3) 0.5 3 • Building Based – Support Instructional Coaching, Curriculum Alignment and Assessment Practices • District School Resource Officer (Goals 1 & 4) 1.0 2 • This is a step to support our health curriculum, to address the changes in not having a DARE program in two of our communities, and as an overall component to our security program. *

  14. NASHOBA Enrollment • October 1 2005 3264 • October 1 2006 3296 • Projected for 2007-2008 • 3344 or 1.5% • High School Enrollment will grow about 4% • Larger class incoming than graduating 256 v 221 • Projecting 949, currently 914

  15. NASHOBA • New Positions PK - 8 (Goals 1 and 3) • Center – Grade 4 • MRE – Grade 5 (Shift from grade 1) • FSE - Status from Library Aide to Assistant • Hale – Status from Special Education Aide to Assistant • FSE – Grade 1 – (Shift from Grade 3) • Decreased positions due to enrollment • Grade 1 – Pompo – • Grade 2 – Pompo – • Grade 3 – FSE – • Grade 1 – MRE –

  16. NASHOBA • Recommended New Positions at Nashoba High School • (Goals 1, 2 and 4) FTE Priority • High School 0.2 Spanish 3 • High School 1.0 English 3 • High School 0.2 Health 3 • High School 0.4 Inst. Assistant 3

  17. NASHOBA • Athletics • Added Lacrosse Coaching Position • Added Volleyball Coaching Positions • Status of committee work not in budget • Enrichment • Extended Learning Time • (Not yet in a dedicated committee)

  18. NASHOBA • New Initiatives • School Resource Officer • Preventative and Proactive • Visible, Active Law Enforcement Figure • District Wide • Based at the High School • Bolton Police Officer • Collaborative arrangement with other towns • Added feature of our Health Program

  19. NASHOBA • Athletic Complex – Phase II • Phase I – Bleacher Project • Addressed ADA issues • Phase II – Turf Field • Increases available land for playing/practicing • Increases revenue potential • Helps with academic schedule • Physical Education • Music (Band Practice Conflicts)

  20. NASHOBA • Classroom Space Needs • High School (14 Traveling Teachers, Labs, Cafeteria) • Pompo, Center and soon Hale • Florence Sawyer School • Mary Rowlandson School • District Office Space • Current Planning • High School – RFP is out • Includes planning for Admin Space • Stow Building Task Force – May 7 • Florence Sawyer School – Recommended renovation of the Emerson Building • Mary Rowlandson – Possible 8 room addition on the north wing

  21. NASHOBA • Fiber Project • Increase capacity by 100 times • Creates opportunities for • Internal Capacity • Power School • Video Learning • Budget Sense • Human Resources Software

  22. NASHOBA In conclusion We are continuing practices that we feel have guided and served us well. At the same time we are working to enhance these practices in what we have come to see as logical next steps that are affordable and efficient based on our capacity to do so.