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2013 -2014 Projected State Education Aid, Suffolk County NY

2013 -2014 Projected State Education Aid, Suffolk County NY

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2013 -2014 Projected State Education Aid amounts for school districts in Suffolk County, NY
2013 -2014 Projected State Education Aid amounts for school districts in Suffolk County, NY

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2013-14
State
Aid
Projections
Preliminary
Estimate
of
2012-13
and
2013-14
State
Aids
Payable
under
Section
3609
plus
Other
Aids
COMBINED
AIDS
2012-13Base
Year
Aids:
For
2012-13
Aid,
theActual
Valuation
(AV)
of
taxable
real
property
for
purposes
of
determining
a
districts
propertywealthper
pupil
is
defined
as
the2009
AV.
For
aid
other
than
Foundation
Aid,
theStateaverage
of
the2009
AV
per
2010-11
Total
Wealth
PupilUnit(TWPU)
is
$590,100.Income
wealth
is
based
on
2009AdjustedGrossIncome
of
residents
of
thedistrict,
as
reported
on
tax
returns
and
including
the
results
of
the
statewide
computerized
incomeverificationprocess,divided
by
the
TWPU
of
thedistrict.This
is
compared
to
the
Stateaverage
of
$158,500.TheAVandIncome
Wealthratios
are
usedequally
to
computethe
district’s
CombinedWealth
Ratio(CWR).Some
formulas
use
the
Resident
Weighted
AverageDaily
Attendance
(RWADA)
wealth
ratio;
the
Stateaverage2009AV
per
2010-11
RWADA
is
$712,300.
Transportation
Aidusesthe
Enrollment
(Resident
Publicand
NonpublicEnrollment)
wealth
ratio;
the
State
average
is
$636,000.For
Foundation
Aid,
Selected
AV
is
the
lesser
of
2009AVor
the
average
of
2009
AV
and2008
AV.
Foundation
Aid:
The2012-13
Foundation
Aid
is
the
sum
of
the2011-12
Foundation
Aid
Base
(FAB)
plus
a
Phase-in
Foundation
Increase;
it
is
atleast
a
0.6
percentincrease
over
2011-12
Foundation
Aid
and
cannotexceed
a
15
percent
increase
over
2011-12
Foundation
Aid.
The2012-13
Phase-in
Foundation
Increase
is1.7
percent
of
the
positive
difference
of
(1)
theproduct
of:
SelectedTotal
AidableFoundation
Pupil
Units
(TAFPU)
multiplied
bySelected
Foundation
Aid,
minus
(2)
the
2011-12FAB.Selected
Foundation
Aid
is
thegreater
of
$500or
Formula
FoundationAid
or
AlternateFoundation
Aid.
FormulaFoundation
Aid
is
the
positive
result
of
(a)
the
district-adjusted
foundation
amount
which
is
thebasic
foundation
amount
for
2011-
12
($5,776)
multiplied
by
the
consumerprice
index(1.032)
multiplied
by
a
phase-in
foundationpercent
(1.1038)
multiplied
by
a
Regional
CostIndex
(RCI)
multiplied
by
aPupil
Need
Index(PNI)
less
(b)
an
expected
minimum
localcontribution.
AlternateFoundation
Aid
is
the
result
of
theState
Sharing
Ratio(SSR)
for
Foundation
Aid
multiplied
by
the
district-adjusted
foundation
amount.TheSelected
TAFPU
is
based
onAverageDaily
Membership
(ADM)
including
dual
enrollmentplus
additional
weightings
for:
students
with
disabilities
(includingdualenrolledSWD)
at1.41,
summer
school
at
0.12
and
declassification
pupils
at
0.50.
The
PM
is
1
plusthe
Extraordinary
Needs
percent
(based
on
economic
disadvantage,
Limited
English
Proficiency
and
sparsity)and
ranges
between
1
and
2.
The
expectedminimum
local
contribution
is
the
product
of
SelectedActual
Value
per
2010-Il
Total
WealthFoundation
Pupil
Units(TWFPIJ)
and0.0130
multiplied
by
an
Income
Wealth
Index(whichranges
from0.65
to
2.0).
TWFPU
is
based
on
ADM
and
eliminates
additionalweightings.The
SSR
for
Foundation
Aid
is
the
 
highest
of
the
following
formulas.Forhigh
needlresource-eapacity
districts,
the
SSR
is
multiplied
by
1.05.
Itis
not
less
thanzero
nor
more
than
0.90:
(1)
Ratio
=
1.37-
(1.23
*
CWR);
(2)
Ratio
=
1.00-
(0.64
*
CWR);
(3)
Ratio
=
0.80-
(0.39
*
CWR);
(4)
Ratio
=
0.51
-
(0.173
*
CWR).
The
Combined
WealthRatio
(CWR)
for
Foundation
Aid
is
calculated
as:
(A)
.5
multiplied
by
the
districtSelected
ActualValuationI2OlO-1
1
TWPU
compared
to
theState
average
of
$587,900;
plus,
(B)
.5
multipliedby
the
district
Selected
LncomeI2OlO-l
1
TWPU
compared
to
the
State
average
of
$158,300.
For
Foundation
Aid.
Selected
AV
is
the
lesser
of
2009AVortheaverage
of
2009
AV
and
2008AV.
Selected
Income
is
the
lesser
of
2009Income
or
the
average
of
2009And
2008Income.Full
Day
K
Conversion:Full
Day
Kindergarten
Conversion
Aid
is
.provided
to
eligible
districts
based
onSelected
Foundation
Aid
per
Selected
TAFPUmultiplied
by
the
increase
in
full
day
kindergarten
enrollment
in
the
current
year
over
the
prior
year.
Schoolofficials
must
offer
full
day
programs
to
all
kindergarten
students
in
order
to
qualif3e
for
this
aid.
Universal
Prekindergarten:Statefunding
for2012-13
Universal
Prekindergarten
districtprograms.
BOCES
+
SpecialServices:The2012-13BOCES
Aid
claimed
for
administrative,sharedservices,
rent
andcapitalexpensesplus
any
Due
Save-harmless
Aid.
Special
Services
Aid
is
thesum
of
Career
Education
Aid,
AcademicImprovementAid
and
ComputerAdministration
Aid
claimed
in
2012-13by
non-components
of
BOCESincluding
the
Big
5
City
school
districts.
HighCostExcess
Cost:The
2012-13PublicExcess
Cost
High
Cost
Aid,
based
on
expenses
in
excess
of
thelesser
of
$10,000
or
four
times
district
2010-Il
Approved
Operating
Expense/TAPU
for
Expense,
claimed
for
studentswithdisabilities
attending
publicschoolsorBOCES.
Private
Excess
Cost:
The2012-13
Private
ExcessCostAid
claimed
for
public
schoolstudentsattending
private
schools
for
studentswith
disabilities
for
whom
the
districtpaystuition.
Hardware
&
Technology:TheInstructional
Computer
Hardware
and
Technology
Equipment
Aid
that
canbe
claimedby
the
district
in
2012-13
for
instructional
computer
hardwareexpenses
(acquisition
and
limitedrepair
expenses)
is
equal
to
the
lesser
of
2011-12
expenses
or
$24.20
multiplied
by
the
enrollment
for
Software
Aid
(seebelow)
multiplied
by
the2012-13
Hardware
AidRatio
(1
-
.51
*
RWADA
wealth
ratio).
 
Software,Library,
Textbook:
Software
Aid
is
thelesser
of
approved2011-12
expenditures
or$14.98
multiplied
bythecombined2011-12
public
plus
nonpublic
school
enrollment
for
pupilsattendingschool
in
thedistrict
plus
district
pupils
attending
14111
timeBOCES
and
private
school
programs
forstudents
withdisabilities
plus
pupils
attending
the
Stateoperatedschools
at
Rome
andBatavia
and
resident
pupils
placed
in
SpecialActschooldistricts.
LibraryMaterialsAid
is
thelesser
of
approved2011-12
expenditures
or
$6.25
multiplied
by
the
pupilcountforSoftware
Aid.
Textbook
Aid,includingLottery
Aid
for
textbook
purchases,
is
the
lesser
of
approved
2011-12expenditures
or
$58.25
multiplied
by
the
2011-12
enrollment
of
resident
publicplus
resident
nonpublic
pupilsplus
residentpupils
with
disabilitiesattendingapproved
privateschoolsortheStateoperatedschools
at
Rome
and
Batavia
and
resident
pupils
placed
in
Special
Act
schooldistricts.
Charter
school
enrollments
are
included
in
thepupilcounts.
Transportation
i.
Summer:The2011-12
approvednon-capital
transportation
expense
multiplied
by
theselected
transportation
aidratiowith
a
.9
maximum
and
a.065
minimum.
Aid
oncapitalexpenses
is
computed
as
above
butbased
onthe
assumed
amortization
of
theaidablepurchase,leaseor
equipment
expensesover
five
years,
at
a
statewide
averageinterest
rate.
Included
is
aid
for
unconfirmed
transportationexpenses
claimed
by
districtsbutnot
yet
attributable
to
approvedcontracts.
Transportation
Aid
for
districtoperated
summer
schoolprograms
is
prorated
to
totalno
more
than
$5.0
million
statewide.
Operating
Reorg.
Iruentive:
Reorganization
Incentive
Operating
Aid
is
upto
40
percent
of
2006-07Formula
Operating
Aid
for
districtsreorganized
after
July
1,
2007.
Thesum
of
2006-07
Formula
Operating
Aid
and
IncentiveOperatingAid
is
limited
to
95
percent
of
2010-11
ApprovedOperatingExpense.
CharterSchool
Transitional:Fordistricts
whosecharter
school
enrollment
exceeds
2
percent
of
residentpublic
school
enrollment
orwhosecharterschool
payments
exceed
2
percent
of
TGFE,transitional
aid
is
provided
for
2012-13.
A
district’said
willequalthe
sum
of
Tier
1,
2
and
3
aids.
Tier
1
Aidequalsthe
product
of
80
percent
of
the
2011-12
charterschoolbasictuition,
multiplied
by
the
increase
in
the
number
of
resident
pupilsenrolled
in
a
charterschool
between
the
2010-11
and
2011-12
school
years.
Tier
2
Aid
equalsthe
product
of
60
percent
of
the
2011-12
charter
school
basic
tuition,
multipliedby
the
increase
in
the
number
of
residentpupils
enrolled
in
a
charterschool
between
the2009-10
and2010-11
school
years.
Tier
3
Aid
equalstheproduct
of
40
percent
of
the2011-12charterschoolbasictuition,
multiplied
by
the
increase
in
the
number
of
residentpupils
enrolled
in
a
charter
school
between
the2008-09and
2009-10
school
years.
Academic
Enhancement:
Forthe2012-13schoolyear
Academic
Enhancement
Aid
is
thesame
as
the
2008-09
amount
set
forth
in
the
computer
run
for
the
2009-10
enactedbudget.Thisamount
also
includes$17.5
million
for
supplementaleducational
improvement
planprograms
in
the
Yonkers
CitySchool
District
and
upto

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