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Title: Budget Steering Committee February 17, 2009


1
Budget Steering CommitteeFebruary 17, 2009
  • Nate Howard, Board President
  • Wayne Brown, Superintendent
  • Dawn D. Riccoboni, Chief Business Official

2
District Goals and Objectives
  • Maintain Fiscal Solvency.
  • Prioritize programs within budgetary confines.
  • Minimize impact to students.
  • Minimize impact to employees.
  • Ensure Legal Compliance.

3
Summary
  • Two-year projected costs to cut 4,140,123
  • Caveat does not include any inevitable, but as
    yet unknown cuts to categorical dollars, nor
    increases associated with step/column/range,
    utilities and other operational costs.
  • Recap of Above Cuts
  • 2008/2009 mid-year Rev Limit Reduction
    904,182
  • 2009/2010 16.161 Rev Limit Reduction
    1,553,658
  • Carryover utilized in 08/09 not available in
    09/10 1,682,283
  • Total 4,140,123

4
Where we get our money from (at Adopted does
not include Carryover)
5
What we spend our money on
6
Recommended 2008/09 Budget Revision
  • Caveat Budget revision to be submitted to Board
    for their Approval at February board meeting.
  • Reductions to Expenditures 409,956
  • Utilities increase 40,000
  • District office decreases ( 78,140)
  • Vacant Operations Position ( 30,000)
  • Reduce reserve for textbooks ( 70,000)
  • Reduce contribution to Def Maint ( 126,407)
  • Decrease Summr Schl revenues 19,977
  • Pending litigation ( 165,386)
  • Total (409,956)
  • Cost of .68 HW to Employees 124,172
  • Decrease to Revenue Limit 904,182
  • Net decrease to Unrestricted EFB 618,398

7
Federal Bailout??? / State dollars
  • A potential Federal bailout would have relatively
    little impact on our district as we receive
    minimal Federal dollars (8 of Adopted Revenues).
  • Categorical State funded every site has
    differing amounts of these dollars given their
    population types and enrollment numbers.

8
Big Ticket Items
  • 9 Day Furlough 897,174
  • 4 Day Furlough 398,744
  • Site Closure (1) 398,000
  • Site Closure (2) 796,000
  • Decreasing Reserves 3 to 1.5 (3
    yrs) 400,000
  • Eliminate Contrib to Def Maint (2 yrs) 252,000
  • Decrease RRMA Contrib (2 yrs) 400,000
  • Note Must be ratified by Unions and all
    employee groups prior to Board approval.
  • Note Latest Budget that went to the
    Legislature did not include this provision as
    part of the Flexibility.

9
District Program Costs
10
Additional District Program Costs (Projected
Average Cost per Position)
  • DO Administrator 125,662
  • DO Staff Support 54,027
  • Site Administrator 124,575
  • Site Support Staff 48,150
  • Library Paraprofessionals 22,437
  • Health Clerks/LVN 26,139
  • Campus Supervisor 36,512
  • Kindergarten Paras 9,488
  • Counselor 73,371
  • Center for Human Svcs/SAS 86,240
  • EL Paraprofessionals 12,509
  • ISDR Paraprofessional 25,718
  • Site Account Clerk 48,562
  • Note Total cost of this program.

11
Last Resort
  • Class Size Reduction Eliminated at the State
    Level
  • Revenues 1,436,987
  • Approximately 26.0 FTE 1,684,628
  • Net Savings (exclusive of any savings associated
    with closing 26 classrooms, utilities, custodial
    costs, operational and support costs)
  • 244,641
  • Class Size Reduction Flexibility allowed by the
    State
  • Potential savings unknown.
  • Additional program and staffing cuts as needed to
    ensure fiscal solvency.

12
BSC Recommended District Cost Reductions (in
Ranked Order)
13
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