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Title: 2014-2015 BUDGET PRESENTATION


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2014-2015 BUDGET PRESENTATIONBuilding for the
Future
  • North Plainfield School District

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BUDGET DEVELOPMENTSeptember 2013 March 2014
  • Six Months in the Making
  • Developed by Leadership Team
  • Reviewed by Finance and Facilities Committee
  • Reviewed and Approved by Board of Education
  • Reviewed by County Education Office
  • Approved by Executive County Superintendent

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NORTH PLAINFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICTIn an effort to
maintain a comprehensive, thorough and efficient
preschool through high school education program,
the 2014-2015 budget emphasizes the following
district goals
  • To continue to improve upon the level of
    educational excellence for every student
  • To continue to incorporate technology into the
    educational process to enhance the success of
    students
  • To continue to develop a long-range facilities
    plan that balances program need with the
    financial constraints of the budget, and
  • To foster positive perceptions of the district
    through improved communications at all levels of
    the school community

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • English/Language Arts/Literacy
  • New English Language Arts Literacy Series for
    grades K-5
  • Good Habits, Great Readers and Write Habits,
    Common Core Edition, Published by Pearson.

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • Athletics
  • Restored JV Cheerleading (Fall) JV Girls
    Tennis (Fall)
  • New JV Boys Tennis (Spring)
  • Health/Physical Education
  • New NJROTC Drill Team, School-Based
    Extra-Curricular Program
  • Weekly morning and afternoon practices, along
    with multiple drill competitions throughout the
    school year support the inclusion as a
    school- based extra-curricular program.
  • Performing Arts
  • Expanded Dance II
  • This course will expand upon knowledge learned
    in Dance I from a historical, choreographic and
    performance perspective. It is designed for the
    serious student of dance. The course will focus
    on advanced beginner to intermediate technical
    work, repertory, and the development of
    performance quality in the following genres of
    dance ballet, modern, jazz, tap and hip hop.

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • .
  • World Languages/English as a Second Language
  • Spanish Program for Grades 3-4
  • A technology-based program through AVENTA
    On- line Learning and Middlebury College
  • Concurrent Enrollment in French and Spanish
    (New)
  • Social Studies
  • Curriculum redevelopment for grades K-11
  • Continued use of the Document Based Question
  • Science
  • Preparation for next generation Science
    Standards
  • Expansion of Research and Design
  • Expansion of Project Lead the Way

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • .
  • Project Lead the Way, A Bio-Medical
  • Sciences Program
  • NPHS is a member of the Project Lead the Way
    network of schools. For 2014-2015 we are offering
    both the first, Principles of Biomedical
    Sciences, and the second course, Human Body
    Systems, in the four-course series in the
    Bio-Medical Sciences program in Project Lead the
    Way. Project Lead the Ways comprehensive
    curriculum emphasizes critical thinking,
    creativity, innovation, and real-world problem
    solving.

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • .
  • Technology
  • Robotics, Grades 6,7, and for 2014-2015 in Grade
    8
  • Additional Course in Computers (Video Editing),
    Grade 7
  • Cisco-IT Essentials Course, High School
  • Curriculum covers the fundamentals of computer
    hardware and software as well as advanced
    concepts such as security, networking, and the
    responsibilities of an ICT professional.
  • Science, Math, and Technology
  • Johnson and Johnson Partnership
  • Technology Awareness Program (TAP)
  • Students are exposed to information technology
    careers in hands-on experiences

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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
(STEM)
2013-2014 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade High School 2015-2016 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade High School
2013-2014 Robotics 1 Robotics 2 Woods Computer Science 2015-2016 Robotics 1 Robotics 2 Robotics 3 Computer Science
2013-2014 Computers Computers (Office/Database) Computers (Web Design) Web Page Design 2015-2016 Computers Computers (Office/Database) Computers (Web Design) Web Page Design
2013-2014 Art Woodshop CAD Robotics 2015-2016 Art Computers (Video Editing) CAD Advanced Computer Science
2013-2014 Music Art Drama Computer Applications 2015-2016 Music Art Drama Computer Applications
2013-2014 Study Skills Music Music Advanced Computer Science 2015-2016 Study Skills Music Music Cisco IT Essentials (Hardware and Software)
2013-2014   Conflict Resolution Art CAD 1 2015-2016   Conflict Resolution Art Cisco IT Essentials (Networking 1)
2013-2014       CAD 2 2015-2016       CAD 1
2013-2014       CAD 3 2015-2016       CAD 2
2013-2014       Home Repair 2015-2016       CAD 3
2013-2014       Woods Technology 2015-2016       Home Repair
2013-2014       Machine Woods 2015-2016       Project Lead The Way- Introduction to Engineering Design
2013-2014       Architecture 2015-2016       Design Challenge
2013-2014       Game Design 2015-2016       Project Lead the Way- Principles of Biomedical
2013-2014       Project Lead the Way- Principles of Biomedical 2015-2016       Project Lead the Way- Human Body Systems
2014-2015         2015-2016       Project Lead the Way- Medical Interventions
2014-2015 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade High School 2016-2017 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade High School
2014-2015 Robotics 1 Robotics 2 Robotics 3 Computer Science 2016-2017 Robotics 1 Robotics 2 Robotics 3 Computer Science
2014-2015 Computers Computers (Office/Database) Computers (Web Design) Web Page Design 2016-2017 Computers Computers (Office/Database) Computers (Web Design) Web Page Design
2014-2015 Art Computers (Video Editing) CAD Robotics 2016-2017 Art Computers (Video Editing) CAD Advanced Computer Science
2014-2015 Music Art Drama Computer Applications 2016-2017 Music Art Drama Computer Applications
2014-2015 Study Skills Music Music Advanced Computer Science 2016-2017 Study Skills Music Music Cisco IT Essentials (Hardware and Software)
2014-2015   Conflict Resolution Art Cisco IT Essentials (Hardware and Software) 2016-2017   Conflict Resolution Art Cisco IT Essentials (Networking 1)
2014-2015       CAD 1 2016-2017       Cisco IT Essentials (Networking 2)
2014-2015       CAD 2 2016-2017       CAD 1
2014-2015       CAD 3 2016-2017       Home Repair
2014-2015       Home Repair 2016-2017       Design Challenge
2014-2015       Woods Technology 2016-2017       Project Lead The Way- Introduction to Engineering Design
2014-2015       Machine Woods 2016-2017       Project Lead The Way- Principles of Engineering
2014-2015       Project Lead the Way- Principles of Biomedical 2016-2017       Project Lead the Way- Principles of Biomedical
2014-2015       Project Lead the Way- Human Body Systems 2016-2017       Project Lead the Way- Human Body Systems
2014-2015         2016-2017       Project Lead the Way- Medical Interventions
2014-2015         2016-2017       Project Lead the Way- Capstone- Biomedical Innovation
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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • Mathematics
  • Grades 6-9 Continue to provide a double period
    of math in grades 6-9 to the following students
    through the use of the Carnegie Learning
    Programs 
  • All Grade 6 students. This allows advanced
    students to progress through seventh grade
    material in the online program when they are
    ready. 
  • Identified students in Grade 7 and 8
  • Identified Grade 9 students for Math 9K
    (remedial) and Algebra 1K (on level with
    additional time)
  • Elementary Newest version of Everyday Math in
    Grades K-2. The program has again been revised
    to more closely align with the CCSS. This does
    not represent any additional expense to the
    district because all teacher's materials will be
    provided free of charge and we would have
    purchased the students' materials anyway.
  • NPHS Quantitative Reasoning, a new RVCC
    concurrent enrollment course

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • NPHS
  • Concurrent Enrollment Continues in Biology,
    French, Spanish, English, and Math
  • North Plainfield High School continues to partner
    with Raritan Valley Community College to offer
    college credits to high school juniors or
    seniors. Students must have a B average, be
    enrolled in a course taught by a teacher with an
    advanced degree in the content area, and place
    into the course via Accuplacer or SAT scores.
    Students enrolled in the course will receive two
    transcripts, North Plainfield High School and
    Raritan Valley Community College. Concurrent
    enrollment is being increased to 37 college
    credits being offered in 12 different course at
    NPHS. We project that approximately 60 students
    will be able to participate in this program with
    many participating in multiple courses.

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • NPHS
  • Option II (Expanded)
  • An innovative and creative way for students to
    earn high school credits for learning experiences
    outside of the traditional classroom.
    Independent Studies, Internships, On-line Courses
    (Aventa Learning), Community Service
  • Online Courses
  • Students learn at their own speed, at times
    convenient to them. Students work at home and/or
    use the high school computer labs during study
    hall, lunch, and after school. Additionally, the
    computer labs at Somerset School are available to
    students in the early evening and in the summer.
  • Performance and Achievement System for Success
    (P.A.S.S.) Program adjusted to meet student and
    teacher needs

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • NPHS
  • Bridge to Employment (BTE)
  • Last school year, 44 members from the Class of
    2016 were selected to participate in Johnson
    Johnson and RVCCs Bridge-To-Employment program,
    which is supported by a 100,000 grant. As a BTE
    cohort, students get career mentors from J J and
    are exposed to careers in the science,
    technology, engineering, math, and medical
    fields. Two of our students are going to Cork,
    Ireland in October as representatives from our
    site.
  • SAT Preparation
  • North Plainfield High School has partnered with
    the Estelle Finkel Center for Learning to provide
    SAT preparation for 100 NPHS students. This 900
    program is being offered for 190 per student.
    District pays 95 student pays 95.

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • NPHS
  • Counseling/Career Education
  • NAVIANCE
  • A college and career readiness platform that
    helps connect academic achievement to
    post-secondary goals. Its comprehensive college
    and career planning solutions optimize student
    success, enhance school counselor productivity,
    and track results for school and district
    administrators. Students can send applications,
    letters of recommendation and transcripts to
    colleges, universities and trade schools
    electronically through Naviance.

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • NPHS
  • Alternative Programs
  • Bridge Program Special Needs Academy, Grades
    7-12
  • Pathways 2 (Two Periods)
  • Prepares students for obtaining career
    knowledge, skills, and abilities to become
    productive working members of 21st century
    society.  Students as second year employees
    are expected to demonstrate initiative,
    leadership, positive work attitudes, and prior
    knowledge of work responsibilities. The Business
    Center, Horticulture Centers, and Food Services
    Center combined with the Photo Shoppe provide
    students with a diversity of opportunities to
    discover their strength and preferences.
  • Alternative Program, General Education, Grades
    9-12
  • Career Awareness Program
  • Assist students in preparing for post high school
    education and developing career readiness

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PROGRAMS CURRICULUMRestored Added Expanded
  • District
  • Summer Programs
  • Special Education Extended School Year (ESY)
    program is a true extension of the academic year
  • Academic Support, ESL, Kindergarten Readiness,
    Grades Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4
  • Math and Language Arts, Grades 5-8
  • The five week summer school program requires
    students to attend class once a week on the day
    designated for their grade to complete a 45
    minute session online per assigned subject.
    Students are then required to complete another
    45 minute session independently at home.
  • NPHS, Grades 9-12
  • Credit Recovery through Aventa Learning on-line
    program students pay per course facilitated
    through Alternative Program
  • Advanced Credit through on-line courses for
    courses not offered in NPHS

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STAFF
  • Added Expanded
  • Teachers
  • Special Education, MS/HS 1
  • Wilson Reading Specialist 1
  • Academic Support, Somerset School 1
  • Other
  • School Psychologist 1
  • Assistant Principal, West End School 1
  • Speech Therapist 1
  • School Counselor, West End School 1
  • JV Coaches for Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis,
    and Cheerleading 3
  • Advisors, NJROTC Drill Team 2

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TECHNOLOGY
  • Laptop Computers, All Schools
  • iPads Expanded, Grade 9 and 10
  • Epson Interactive Projectors, NPHS, Somerset,
    East End

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TECHNOLOGY
  • iPad Initiative
  • All grade 9 and 10 students will have or receive
    an iPad for use in all instructional areas.
    Students will learn to post their assignments and
    send them electronically to their teachers, be
    provided with textbooks online, and use them
    throughout their classes as teachers will
    integrate additional technology.
  • Interactive Whiteboards
  • Continue to purchase Epson Interactive
    whiteboards for integration of instruction and
    for students to participate in activities that
    will better prepare them for the PARCC testing.
  • Expanded Learning Options
  • Cisco IT Essentials course for high school
    students, Carnegie Math, My Access, Fast For
    Word, 9th and 10th grade online textbooks, Aventa
    Learning, Middlebury Language Program, Discovery
    Learning, Compass Learning and/or Study Island,
    NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) math,
    language arts, and reading on-line assessments
  • Laptops for Instructional Use
  • Laptops will continue to be purchased for
    integration of technology across the district and
    for PARCC on-line testing.

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TECHNOLOGY
  • Expanded Management Software Repertoire
  • OnCourse
  • Schoolwires
  • Aesop
  • VeriTime
  • Genesis (NJASK, HSPA, PASS, DRAs, SATs, PSATs,
    and IEPS)
  • Systems 3000
  • AlertNow phone calling/email system
  • Teachscape
  • Applitrack
  • On-line Professional Development

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FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS
  • SDA GRANT PROJECTS
  • Fire and Intrusion Alarm System Replacement
  • High School
  • East End School
  • West End School
  • Stony Brook School

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FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS/MAINTENANCE
  • High School Middle School
  • Additional Security Cameras,
  • Drop Ceiling Replacements
  • Stairwell Door Replacements
  • East End School
  • Painting and Repairs
  • West End School
  • Painting and Repairs
  • Stony Brook School
  • Additional Security Cameras, Expansion of
    Existing Kitchen Area, Painting and Repairs
  • Harrison School
  • Painting and Flooring Repairs
  • Somerset School
  • Additional Security Cameras

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HOW DO WE BALANCE THE BUDGET?
  • Revenue
  • Secure Grants (Federal, State, Local, School
    Development Authority)
  • Property Taxes
  • (Legislated Cap on Increase 2)
  • State Aid
  • Surplus (Prior Year Savings)
  • Miscellaneous Revenue
  • Expenses
  • Provide Appropriate Staffing
  • Provide Effective Instruction and Programs
  • Control Line Item Expenses
  • Support State-Mandated Initiatives (Evaluation
    System, PARCC Testing)

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STATE AID IMPACT FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL BUDGET
  • State aid (under adequacy) is being increased by
    .27 of 2013-2014 General Operating Budget which
    is an increase of
  • 67,160
  • Additional assessment for Debt Service on
    previously completed SDA Grant Projects
  • -196,636
  • Reduction of Early Childhood Aid
  • -148,824
  • Total Impact of Revenue, Reductions, and
    Assessment from the State Decrease of
    -81,664
  • State Aid represents 42 of the total School
    Budgeted Revenue which is the same level as
    2013-2014

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STATE AID VS. LOCAL TAX LEVY
  • FACTORS -
  • Surplus from 2012-2013 budget used to support
    expenditures, increased from the prior year by
    745,350
  • State Aid only increased by .27 over prior
    year.
  • Local Tax Levy increased for this year 2

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WHERE DOES THE REVENUE COME FROM?
  • Revenue Generated to Support Operating Budget
  • Total 56,290,215
  • Misc. Revenue 32,282
  • SEMI Program 38,341
  • Fund Balance 3,076,560
  • Local Tax Levy 28,490,467
  • State Aid 24,652,565

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WHERE DOES THE REVENUE COME FROM?
Total Revenue 59,801,589 State and Federal
26,874,208 -1.0 Local Tax Levy
Gen Fund Debt Service 29,779,840
2.0 Savings from Prior Year (Fund 10 40)
3,076,918 31.97 Medicaid Reimb. (SEMI)
38,341 - 29.02 Misc. Income
32,282115.21
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APPROPRIATIONS WHERE DOES THE MONEY GET SPENT?
Total Expenditures 59,801,589 Classroom
Instruction 20,202,942
34.0 Special Education
11,041,867 18.5 Employee Benefits
9,818,114 16.0 Operations
Maintenance 5,634,935
9.5 Administration
4,899,068 8.0 Classroom Support
3,885,654 7.0 Capital
Expenditures 2,071,729
3.5


Debt Service
1,289,731 2.0 Other Programs
658,524 1.0 Charter
Schools 299,025
.5
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COST CONTAINMENT MEASURES
  • Cooperative Purchasing (SCESC, MSESC,
    Transportation, Labor)
  • Special Education (Tuition Savings Autistic
    Program, Bridge Program, Pathways Program,
    Alternative HS Program)
  • Energy Savings Initiatives (Member of ACES,
    Demand Response Program, Solar Panels)
  • Energy Grants PSEG various district wide
    lighting improvements
  • E-Rate Reimbursements (Data Network Solutions,
    Verizon, X-Tell)
  • Telecommunication Cooperative Purchasing (ACT)
  • Cooperative Purchasing of Property Insurance and
    Workers Compensation through Diploma Joint
    Insurance Fund
  • Purchasing of Gasoline and Road Hazard materials
    from the Borough
  • SEMI Federal Reimbursement Program for Related
    Costs
  • SDA Grants for facilities projects

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GENERAL FUND TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET

School Years Total Operating Budget Variance to Prior Year of Change
2010-2011 51,654,190 (464,403) -0.89
2011-2012 51,776,403 122,130 0.24
2012-2013 55,533,008 3,915,587 7.59
2013-2014 54,917,464 (615,544) -1.11
2014-2015 56,290,215 1,372,751 2.50


Average Increase over 5 years Equals 2
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BUDGET COMPARISON
Base Budget Budget 2013-14 Budget 2014-15 Inc/Dec Change
Operating Budget 54,917,464 56,290,215 1,372,751 2.50
Total Debt Service 1,331,222 1,289,731 -41,491 -3.12
Total Fiscal Year Taxable Budget 56,248,686 57,579,946 1,331,260 2.37
Federal/State Restricted Programs 2,516,789 2,221,643 -295,146 -11.73
Total Budgeted Expenditures 58,765,475 59,801,589 1,036,114 1.76
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COMPARISON COST PER PUPIL
Category 2013/2014 Cost per Pupil 2014/2015 Cost per Pupil Inc. / (Dec.)
Classroom 8683 8835 1.8
Total Administration 1433 1411 -1.5
Total Per Pupil Cost 14692 15028 2.3
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SCHOOL TAX LEVY2014-2015 BUDGET
  • 2014 2015 Diff.
  • Local Tax Levy Gen. 27,931,831
    28,490,467 2
  • Local Tax Levy Debt 1,331,222
    1,289,373 -3
  • Tax Impact This Year Equals an
  • Increase of 516,787.00

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SCHOOL TAX LEVY
  • 2013 2014
    or -
  • Annual Levy 28,983,121
    29,521,446 2.00
  • Ratables 1,680,161,816
    1,600,850,735 (5.00)
  • School Tax Rate 1.725
    1.844 7.00
  • Avg. Residential 255,405
    244,018 (4.46)
  • Property Assessment
  • Avg. School Tax 4,405 4,499
    1.38
  • FINANCIAL IMPACT OF ANNUAL TAX 94.17 per
    household

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