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Hope Creek Elementary School - Budget Justification

Hope Creek Elementary School - Budget Justification

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Hope Creek Elementary SchoolOperating Budget, 2012-13 School YearKelly Anne Mudd, Krista Fasoli, Tim Mudd
State Instructional Supplies 1.5110.061.411 $14, 075
 
Copy paper
 
Laminator film
 
Academic programs
State instructional supply funding will be used to purchase materials that will be available and implemented, as needed, across the school. Copy paper will be delivered on a semester basis and used at 
each teacher’s discretion until his/ her own supply ru
ns out. Laminator paper will be kept in the mediacenter and restocked as needed by the media specialist. In addition, these funds will be used to cover academic programs that support the Common Core Curriculum and teaching and learning in this regard. Academic programs include Reading Mastery, Reading A-Z, Math A-Z, Fossil Science Kits, etc.
Local Instructional Supplies 2.5110.061.411 $7,630
 
Allotment for each teacher
 
Additional classroom supplies
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Pencils, pens, markers, crayons
o
 
Scissors, glue
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Calculators, rulers, protractors
o
 
Printer paper, construction paper
Local instructional supply funds will be used to provide each teacher with $200 for classroom instructional materials. Staff members are responsible for submitting a spreadsheet that shows the materials he/ she will need for the year. This form will be provided for grade level chairs and then submitted to the executivesecretary that will order and distribute the supplies. Additional classroom supplies will be ordered by theexecutive secretary and stored in the school storage room. Teachers may request additional supplies asneeded throughout the school year.
Copier Services 2.5110.061.327 $8,045
 
Leasing of 3 standard copy machines and 1 Risograph machine
 
Toner
 
Scheduled maintenance and emergency service calls
Funding for copier services will be used for all costs associated with the copy machines, except for copy  paper. The copy machines are leased on a yearly contract. Three standard copying machines will bemaintained at the school 
two located in the media center for teacher use and one in the main office for administrator and office staff use. Additionally, there will be one Risograph machine reserved for bulk copying jobs by the office staff.
School Office Supplies 2.5400.005.411 $713
 
Pens
 
Tape
 
 
Staples
 
Sticky notes
 
Notebooks
 
Assorted envelopes (standard and manila)
 
Assorted clips (binder and paper)
 
Folders
School office supply funds will be used to cover materials needed for administrators and office staff. Suppliessuch as pens, staples, notebooks, and folders are needed to complete administrative and clerical duties.Select staff (principal, assistant principal, instructional coach, secretaries, and guidance counselor) will haveaccess to these materials as needed.
Janitorial Supplies and Materials 2.6540.804.411 $3,941
 
Paper products (toilet paper, paper towels)
 
Cleaning chemicals
 
Disposable gloves
In order to maintain a tidy and sanitary workplace environment, facilities staff requires select supplies.While bathroom tissue cannot be monitored, teachers will be responsible for handing out one paper towel toeach student when he/ she leaves the bathroom. This will help to conserve paper resources. Facilities staff will use the remaining funds for necessary cleaning supplies. For all other maintenance requests, work orders will be submitted to the executive secretary and sent to Central Office.
Title I 3.5320-050-131 $180,000
 
Parent/ community outreach
 
Professional development (in-house and travel for workshops)
 
Technology
 
Substitutes
Hope Creek Elementary School qualifies for Title I funding as based upon the percentage of studentsreceiving free-and-
reduced lunch. Using previous year’s data, the School Improvement Team established 
 priority goals including increased parental involvement, increased student engagement through the use of research-based strategies and technology use. Title I funds will be used to cover the costs associated withthe school-wide priorities.In order to increase parental and community involvement, various workshop opportunities will be provided spanning a broad spectrum of learning experiences across all content areas and aligned to the CommonCore Standards. Such workshops may address the following: literacy, Common Core Standards, and End-Of-Grade test preparation.
To ensure that Hope Creek’s teachers are equipped with the skil 
lsets and strategies necessary toauthentically engage students in learning experiences along with increased technology use, school wide and teacher/ subject/ grade level specific professional development will be necessary. Professional developmen for staff may include; Common Core development, technology training, professional learning community support, research-based instructional practices, Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS), and Response to Intervention (RTI). In order to dismiss staff members for professional development opportunities, money to compensate substitutes will also be taken from Title I.

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