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Title: Oxford Township School District 2012-2013 Budget Hearing


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Oxford Township School District 2012-2013
Budget Hearing
2011 Wal-Mart Grant Award Winners
OCS Archery inducted into 2011 Warren County Hall
of Fame
TWO NEW COMPUTER LABS 100 Grant Money
Battle of the Minds 3rd Place in Warren County
Fitness Trail 100 Grant Money!
2
OUR MISSION.
  • To develop every student in a challenging, yet
    caring educational environment where the
    foundation for a lifetime of learning is laid by
    competent and dedicated staff working as partners
    with parents and the community at large in order
    to produce students who will be able to make
    positive contributions to their community
    throughout the 21st century

3
Oxford Township School DistrictBoard of Education
  • Matt Hibbett, President
  • Al Pierro, Vice-President
  • Linda Koufodontes
  • Chuck Lauziere
  • Scott McDonald
  • Kristine McGrath
  • Beth Miller
  • Robert Magnuson, CSA/Principal
  • Milissa Dachisen, DSS/Vice-Principal
  • Christina Moskal, Business Administrator/Board
    Secretary

4
What we try to do..
  • Understand the difficult financial circumstances
    the State and our Township residents continue to
    face.
  • Preserve the day-to-day programming for all our
    District students.
  • Develop a budget that is within the State Cap.
  • Develop a budget that is fiscally responsible to
    our taxpayers, and does not compromise the
    educational integrity of our District.

5
What is a Budget?
  • The financial expression of our districts
    educational goals with regard to programs,
    instruction, staff, facilities, and equipment
  • A management tool prepared annually to reflect
    revenues available and to indicate how those
    revenues will be utilized
  • A plan for controlling the level and type of
    spending in our school system during the budget
    year
  • A means of determining the efficiency of our
    school systems educational programs and the
    progress of our district towards our educational
    goals
  • A consensus document that reflects the input of
    the administration, board, and community

6
Shared Services
  • Behavior Therapist (Cluster)
  • Curriculum Writer (Cluster)
  • Custodial Supplies (HCESC)
  • District Website (Various Links)
  • Technology Services Support (HCESC)
  • Instructional Supplies (HCESC)
  • Learning Disabilities Teaching Consultant
    (Washington Boro)
  • Non-Public Transportation (WCSSSD)
  • Club Trip Transportation (Belvidere, Franklin,
    Wash Twp.)
  • Paraprofessionals (WHRHS)
  • Professional Development (Warren County)
  • Spanish Teacher (Washington Boro)
  • District remains open to additional practical,
    costsaving
  • shared service opportunities

GATE Students
Cluster Oxford, Mansfield, Wash Boro, Wash Twp,
WHRHS, Franklin Twp.
7
Cost Saving Initiatives Implemented Over the Past
Six Years
Measure Implemented Est. Savings to Date
In House LLD MD Classes 750,000
In House Pre-School Program 150,000
Rebid Bus Routes 45,000
Reprogrammed HVAC Units 27,000
Electric Supplier Conservation 25,000
Replaced T1 with Cable 30,000
Replaced Century Link w/Comcast 3,500
Eliminated Long-Distance Charges 1,500
Grant Funding Opportunities 25,000
E-Rate SEMI Initiatives 21,000
Use of Shared Services 250,000
8
Local School Tax Levy
School Year Tax Levy Increase/Decrease
2008 - 2009 3,234,572 1.0 DECREASE
2009 2010 3,234,572 0 INCREASE
2010 2011 3,286,838 1.6 INCREASE
2011 2012 3,265,838 0.6 DECREASE
2012 2013 3,292,342 1.0 INCREASE
Due to defeated budgets, school budget has been
cut 110,000 over the last three years by the
Township.
9
Grants
  • Over the past six years the District has seen
    additional revenue from grants received by
    teachers and administration totaling more than
    130,000!!
  • During the 2011-2012 school year alone the
    district received
  • 24,000 from a Rural Education Grant
  • 5,603 from DHL
  • 500 from the Eagleton Institute
  • 2,000 from the OCS PTA
  • 400 from the Liberty Science Center

10
School Choice
  • 2011-2012 The District received more than
    43,000 in School Choice Aid
  • 2012-2013 The District will receive more than
    110,000 in School Choice Aid!
  • This Aid helps us keep the Tax Levy down while
    still meeting rising costs

11
Key Expenditures
Budget Category 2012-13 Appropriations
Regular Programs 1,315,884
Special Education 459,325
Tuition 1,739,737
Speech, OT, PT, Related Extraordinary Services 314,725
Child Study Team 227,756
Instructional Staff Training Services 11,000
General School Administration 355,098
Operation and Maintenance 375,628
Student Transportation Services 229,005
Debt Service Assessment 37,749
Transfer of Funds to Charter School 72,215
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How will this affect my taxes?









Assessed Value Annual Monthly Weekly
150,000 44.49 3.71 0.86
180,000 53.38 4.45 1.03
200,000 59.32 4.94 1.14
250,000 74.14 6.18 1.43
275,000 81.56 6.80 1.57
300,000 88.97 7.41 1.71
350,000 103.80 8.65 2.00
400,000 118.63 9.89 2.28
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Questions ???
  • Call or Email
  • Mr. Robert Magnuson, CSA
  • (908) 453-4101 Ext. 2101
  • bmagnuson_at_oxfordcentral.org
  • or
  • Ms. Christina Moskal, SBA/BS
  • (908) 453-4101 Ext. 2105
  • cmoskal_at_oxfordcentral.org
  • or
  • Visit our website at
  • www.oxfordcentral.org
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Title: Oxford Township School District 2012-2013 Budget Hearing


1
Oxford Township School District 2012-2013
Budget Hearing
2011 Wal-Mart Grant Award Winners
OCS Archery inducted into 2011 Warren County Hall
of Fame
TWO NEW COMPUTER LABS 100 Grant Money
Battle of the Minds 3rd Place in Warren County
Fitness Trail 100 Grant Money!
2
OUR MISSION.
  • To develop every student in a challenging, yet
    caring educational environment where the
    foundation for a lifetime of learning is laid by
    competent and dedicated staff working as partners
    with parents and the community at large in order
    to produce students who will be able to make
    positive contributions to their community
    throughout the 21st century

3
Oxford Township School DistrictBoard of Education
  • Matt Hibbett, President
  • Al Pierro, Vice-President
  • Linda Koufodontes
  • Chuck Lauziere
  • Scott McDonald
  • Kristine McGrath
  • Beth Miller
  • Robert Magnuson, CSA/Principal
  • Milissa Dachisen, DSS/Vice-Principal
  • Christina Moskal, Business Administrator/Board
    Secretary

4
What we try to do..
  • Understand the difficult financial circumstances
    the State and our Township residents continue to
    face.
  • Preserve the day-to-day programming for all our
    District students.
  • Develop a budget that is within the State Cap.
  • Develop a budget that is fiscally responsible to
    our taxpayers, and does not compromise the
    educational integrity of our District.

5
What is a Budget?
  • The financial expression of our districts
    educational goals with regard to programs,
    instruction, staff, facilities, and equipment
  • A management tool prepared annually to reflect
    revenues available and to indicate how those
    revenues will be utilized
  • A plan for controlling the level and type of
    spending in our school system during the budget
    year
  • A means of determining the efficiency of our
    school systems educational programs and the
    progress of our district towards our educational
    goals
  • A consensus document that reflects the input of
    the administration, board, and community

6
Shared Services
  • Behavior Therapist (Cluster)
  • Curriculum Writer (Cluster)
  • Custodial Supplies (HCESC)
  • District Website (Various Links)
  • Technology Services Support (HCESC)
  • Instructional Supplies (HCESC)
  • Learning Disabilities Teaching Consultant
    (Washington Boro)
  • Non-Public Transportation (WCSSSD)
  • Club Trip Transportation (Belvidere, Franklin,
    Wash Twp.)
  • Paraprofessionals (WHRHS)
  • Professional Development (Warren County)
  • Spanish Teacher (Washington Boro)
  • District remains open to additional practical,
    costsaving
  • shared service opportunities

GATE Students
Cluster Oxford, Mansfield, Wash Boro, Wash Twp,
WHRHS, Franklin Twp.
7
Cost Saving Initiatives Implemented Over the Past
Six Years
Measure Implemented Est. Savings to Date
In House LLD MD Classes 750,000
In House Pre-School Program 150,000
Rebid Bus Routes 45,000
Reprogrammed HVAC Units 27,000
Electric Supplier Conservation 25,000
Replaced T1 with Cable 30,000
Replaced Century Link w/Comcast 3,500
Eliminated Long-Distance Charges 1,500
Grant Funding Opportunities 25,000
E-Rate SEMI Initiatives 21,000
Use of Shared Services 250,000
8
Local School Tax Levy
School Year Tax Levy Increase/Decrease
2008 - 2009 3,234,572 1.0 DECREASE
2009 2010 3,234,572 0 INCREASE
2010 2011 3,286,838 1.6 INCREASE
2011 2012 3,265,838 0.6 DECREASE
2012 2013 3,292,342 1.0 INCREASE
Due to defeated budgets, school budget has been
cut 110,000 over the last three years by the
Township.
9
Grants
  • Over the past six years the District has seen
    additional revenue from grants received by
    teachers and administration totaling more than
    130,000!!
  • During the 2011-2012 school year alone the
    district received
  • 24,000 from a Rural Education Grant
  • 5,603 from DHL
  • 500 from the Eagleton Institute
  • 2,000 from the OCS PTA
  • 400 from the Liberty Science Center

10
School Choice
  • 2011-2012 The District received more than
    43,000 in School Choice Aid
  • 2012-2013 The District will receive more than
    110,000 in School Choice Aid!
  • This Aid helps us keep the Tax Levy down while
    still meeting rising costs

11
Key Expenditures
Budget Category 2012-13 Appropriations
Regular Programs 1,315,884
Special Education 459,325
Tuition 1,739,737
Speech, OT, PT, Related Extraordinary Services 314,725
Child Study Team 227,756
Instructional Staff Training Services 11,000
General School Administration 355,098
Operation and Maintenance 375,628
Student Transportation Services 229,005
Debt Service Assessment 37,749
Transfer of Funds to Charter School 72,215
12
How will this affect my taxes?









Assessed Value Annual Monthly Weekly
150,000 44.49 3.71 0.86
180,000 53.38 4.45 1.03
200,000 59.32 4.94 1.14
250,000 74.14 6.18 1.43
275,000 81.56 6.80 1.57
300,000 88.97 7.41 1.71
350,000 103.80 8.65 2.00
400,000 118.63 9.89 2.28
13
Questions ???
  • Call or Email
  • Mr. Robert Magnuson, CSA
  • (908) 453-4101 Ext. 2101
  • bmagnuson_at_oxfordcentral.org
  • or
  • Ms. Christina Moskal, SBA/BS
  • (908) 453-4101 Ext. 2105
  • cmoskal_at_oxfordcentral.org
  • or
  • Visit our website at
  • www.oxfordcentral.org
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