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GPPSS Financial Benchmark Report_2009_10

GPPSS Financial Benchmark Report_2009_10

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Report comparing Metro Detroit area public school districts' per pupil expenditure as extraced and extrapolated from Michigan State Department of Education Bulletin 1014.
Report comparing Metro Detroit area public school districts' per pupil expenditure as extraced and extrapolated from Michigan State Department of Education Bulletin 1014.

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Grosse Pointe Public School SystemFinancial Benchmarking Report 
2003-42004-52005-62006-72007-82008-92009-102003-42004-52005-62006-72007-82008-92009-1
 ANN ARBOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS16,72016,94816,95416,74816,53716,49316,529877.4862.0867.3874.7813.0830.0849.2 BIRMINGHAM CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT7,9118,0288,0698,1328,0478,0808,179423.5438.5434.0430.6418.0411.0408.0 BLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOL DISTRICT5,9546,0275,9505,8675,7175,5715,498348.6350.9347.8352.6347.5331.3322.0 CHIPPEWA VALLEY SCHOOLS13,98814,42814,84515,19315,53915,73615,984557.9563.4580.4590.6589.4592.8621.3 EAST GRAND RAPIDS PUBLIC SCHOOLS2,8772,8962,9933,0163,0042,9723,005140.3136.5140.6145.0143.2142.4142.9 FARMINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT12,52412,49712,52512,33812,33512,21412,126619.1628.3629.0600.1575.4591.2576.4 FOREST HILLS PUBLIC SCHOOLS8,9899,4669,81710,01410,01410,08610,187459.1490.8478.7493.0505.8503.4501.8 GROSSE ILE TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS2,0221,9752,0172,0101,9411,8751,83898.797.097.8101.296.9101.487.4
GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOLS8,9158,9658,8888,8998,8538,5628,416487.0474.3460.2437.5430.8429.6415.3
HARPER WOODS SCHOOL DISTRICT1,1461,1881,1971,2401,2761,2441,33754.855.453.053.052.052.855.0 LAKE ORION COMMUNITY SCHOOLS7,6157,8467,8897,9087,8857,8657,870345.0345.7350.6345.0340.1345.4350.5 NORTHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS6,3566,6806,9637,0837,1857,2387,284317.0334.5351.2362.4347.7350.6342.3 NOVI COMMUNITY SCHOOLS6,1526,2296,3626,3786,3666,2516,287315.2306.8320.1331.8324.4325.4327.0 PLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS17,69518,11318,51018,82219,04719,13519,102783.1771.5777.0793.3790.0775.6784.3 ROCHESTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT14,42314,56814,67114,87415,01714,99014,976785.4616.8615.2632.3658.6662.6655.5 TROY SCHOOL DISTRICT12,12112,15812,10312,22312,29012,27312,152620.0600.5584.9594.7598.1589.0592.7 WALLED LAKE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS15,26615,50115,77315,88015,71315,80315,682734.0711.1719.2766.4713.6717.3723.3 WEST BLOOMFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT6,9496,9977,0196,9196,7046,9146,983345.7346.4340.6328.6338.1338.1322.7
 AVERAGES 
9,3129,4739,5869,6419,6379,6289,635461.8451.7452.6457.4449.0449.4448.8
GPPS Variance To Average (Actual)
(398)(507)(698)(742)(784)(1,066)(1,219) 25.322.67.6(19.9)(18.2)(19.9)(33.5)
GPPS Variance to Average (Percentage)
-4.3%-5.4%-7.3%-7.7%-8.1%-11.1%-12.7%5.5%5.0%1.7%-4.3%-4.1%-4.4%-7.5%
Sampling Annual Percentage Rate
0.49%-0.41%
GPPS Annual Percentage Rate
-0.82%-2.25%Decreasing by:
Commentary and Observations
The majority of the districts in the state are experiencing declining enrollment. However, among this sampling of 18suburban school districts, most around Metro Detroit, enrollment is on the rise. It is therefore a unique problem for GPPSS to experience a greater loss of enrollment than most of these districts. General Education teacher FTE wouldbe expected to decrease, but many other district costs do not scale down in equal proportion to enrollment.
Decreasing by:Increasing by:Decreasing by:
Pupil CountNumber of General Education FTE Teachers
Prepared by: Brendan Walsh, Treasurer, GPPSS Board of Education
1 of 16
Data Source: Michigan Department of Education
 
Grosse Pointe Public School SystemFinancial Benchmarking Report 
 ANN ARBOR PUBLIC SCHOOLSBIRMINGHAM CITY SCHOOL DISTRICTBLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOL DISTRICTCHIPPEWA VALLEY SCHOOLSEAST GRAND RAPIDS PUBLIC SCHOOLSFARMINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTFOREST HILLS PUBLIC SCHOOLSGROSSE ILE TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS
GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
HARPER WOODS SCHOOL DISTRICTLAKE ORION COMMUNITY SCHOOLSNORTHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLSNOVI COMMUNITY SCHOOLSPLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLSROCHESTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICTTROY SCHOOL DISTRICTWALLED LAKE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLSWEST BLOOMFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT
 AVERAGES GPPS Variance To Average (Actual)GPPS Variance to Average (Percentage)Sampling Annual Percentage RateGPPS Annual Percentage Rate
Commentary and Observations
2003-42004-52005-62006-72007-82008-92009-102003-42004-52005-62006-72007-82008-92009-1
19.119.719.519.120.319.919.5$63,212$66,303$67,346$66,624$70,758$72,761$72,05818.718.318.618.919.219.720.0$88,747$66,282$68,736$69,902$73,025$75,890$78,95017.117.217.116.616.516.817.1$63,768$66,268$72,371$73,352$74,340$72,966$70,35225.125.625.625.726.426.525.7$64,840$68,481$68,966$71,185$73,645$75,907$76,66520.521.221.320.821.020.921.0$56,266$59,255$60,416$60,594$63,387$65,614$66,94820.219.919.920.621.420.721.0$64,482$65,716$67,298$70,917$71,254$74,526$76,08619.619.320.520.319.820.020.3$57,093$57,621$58,993$60,732$61,595$64,460$67,39120.520.320.619.920.018.521.0$63,343$64,414$64,657$63,468$65,999$66,240$76,258
18.318.919.320.320.519.920.3$66,799$69,348$77,843$79,284$85,985$85,828$85,851
20.921.422.623.424.523.624.3$60,251$62,024$66,658$68,979$71,040$70,259$70,89422.122.722.522.923.222.822.5$51,392$55,208$58,151$61,565$65,109$66,539$67,64820.120.019.819.520.720.621.3$61,140$63,153$64,276$63,634$66,289$69,214$72,50019.520.319.919.219.619.219.2$67,320$73,665$69,205$70,948$71,432$73,480$75,22022.623.523.823.724.124.724.4$58,336$62,441$63,281$64,749$65,443$66,644$68,52618.423.623.823.522.822.622.8$51,066$64,317$67,334$67,296$67,013$67,827$69,18419.620.220.720.620.520.820.5$70,249$75,092$71,651$72,219$73,652$76,256$74,16220.821.821.920.722.022.021.7$62,371$66,014$67,680$66,855$74,105$76,048$59,80720.120.220.621.119.820.421.6$58,690$63,280$66,608$68,590$68,299$70,192$73,186
20.220.821.020.921.321.121.3$62,743$64,938$66,748$67,827$70,132$71,703$72,316(1.9)(1.9)(1.7)(0.6)(0.7)(1.2)(1.1)$4,057$4,410$11,095$11,457$15,853$14,125$13,535-9.2%-9.1%-8.1%-2.9%-3.3%-5.5%-5.1%6.5%6.8%16.6%16.9%22.6%19.7%18.7%0.82%2.05%1.46%3.65%
 As GPPSS enrollment has dropped, which introduces significant revenue loss, the ratio of students to teachers hasincreased. But even among the many districts in this sample, the ratio has also increased. GPPSS still preserves a ratiomore favorable than most of the sample districts.Of greater significance in this regard is average teacher salary. GPPSS' average is 18.7% higher, despite an averagerevenue per pupil that is only 12% higher than the sample. It is extremely difficult to maintain a favorable teacher ratioand pay the highest teacher salaries in the state.
Increasing by:Increasing by:Increasing by:Increasing by:
 
Pupil : Teacher RatioAverage Teacher Salary
Prepared by: Brendan Walsh, Treasurer, GPPSS Board of Education
2 of 16
Data Source: Michigan Department of Education
 
Grosse Pointe Public School SystemFinancial Benchmarking Report 
 ANN ARBOR PUBLIC SCHOOLSBIRMINGHAM CITY SCHOOL DISTRICTBLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOL DISTRICTCHIPPEWA VALLEY SCHOOLSEAST GRAND RAPIDS PUBLIC SCHOOLSFARMINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTFOREST HILLS PUBLIC SCHOOLSGROSSE ILE TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS
GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
HARPER WOODS SCHOOL DISTRICTLAKE ORION COMMUNITY SCHOOLSNORTHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLSNOVI COMMUNITY SCHOOLSPLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLSROCHESTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICTTROY SCHOOL DISTRICTWALLED LAKE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLSWEST BLOOMFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT
 AVERAGES GPPS Variance To Average (Actual)GPPS Variance to Average (Percentage)Sampling Annual Percentage RateGPPS Annual Percentage Rate
Commentary and Observations
2003-42004-52005-62006-72007-82008-92009-102003-42004-52005-62006-72007-82008-92009-1
$5,693$5,934$6,196$6,428$6,323$6,652$6,885$3,356$3,405$3,571$3,533$3,633$3,861$4,081$6,688$6,814$6,968$7,327$7,130$7,087$7,202$4,155$4,084$4,045$4,077$3,920$3,106$2,963$6,127$6,445$7,119$7,554$7,698$7,434$7,123$4,249$4,287$4,514$4,847$5,085$4,878$4,477$4,363$4,551$4,679$4,823$4,655$4,926$5,142$2,012$1,999$2,081$2,168$2,189$2,325$2,311$4,493$4,763$4,833$4,968$5,104$5,206$5,327$2,129$2,091$2,142$2,290$2,327$2,415$2,375$5,964$6,362$6,680$6,828$6,457$6,869$6,969$3,407$3,641$3,784$3,968$3,844$3,871$3,992$5,232$5,457$5,348$5,424$5,548$5,683$5,892$2,538$2,342$2,222$2,270$2,228$2,253$2,315$4,956$5,130$5,215$5,366$5,431$5,884$6,153$2,381$2,444$2,437$2,569$2,653$2,699$2,482
$6,536$6,430$6,924$7,114$7,133$7,479$7,444$2,645$2,678$2,772$2,740$2,768$3,006$3,055
$4,786$4,861$5,141$5,094$5,130$5,430$5,368$2,572$2,621$2,826$2,917$2,824$2,934$2,767$4,399$4,707$5,000$5,175$5,237$5,421$6,146$2,679$2,596$2,736$2,763$2,727$2,759$2,872$4,986$5,142$5,335$5,464$5,297$5,625$5,833$2,399$2,360$2,488$2,427$2,371$2,252$2,215$5,907$6,075$6,283$6,740$6,489$6,814$6,892$2,488$2,771$2,765$2,844$2,729$2,765$2,376$4,440$4,582$4,818$5,047$5,009$4,890$5,039$2,366$2,472$2,385$2,584$2,628$2,619$2,594$4,665$4,824$5,012$5,214$5,341$5,547$5,649$2,727$2,851$2,982$3,006$3,043$3,087$2,938$6,107$6,767$6,308$6,405$6,385$6,885$6,559$3,012$3,206$3,204$3,170$3,064$3,061$2,331$5,045$5,168$5,456$5,799$5,890$6,014$5,796$3,097$3,126$3,266$3,238$3,095$3,031$3,163$5,390$5,863$6,063$6,243$6,280$6,333$6,316$2,885$3,006$3,087$3,065$3,159$3,005$2,874
$5,321$5,549$5,743$5,945$5,919$6,121$6,208$2,839$2,888$2,962$3,026$3,016$2,996$2,899$1,215$881$1,181$1,169$1,214$1,358$1,237($194)($210)($190)($286)($248)$10$15622.8%15.9%20.6%19.7%20.5%22.2%19.9%-6.8%-7.3%-6.4%-9.5%-8.2%0.3%5.4%2.23%0.30%1.88%2.08%
The Instructional Salary expenditures per pupil, given the high average teacher salary, reflect this premium and evenincrease GPPSS proportional expenditure over the sample's average given the lower student to teacher ratio. However,the Support Services salaries per pupil compares more favorably to the sample revealing that GPPSS non-teachingsalaries are higher than most, but not as disproportionately high as teacher salaries. The GPPSS relative change incomparison to the sample in Support Services is most likely due to the loss of students in greater numbers, which wouldincrease cost per pupil.
Increasing by:Increasing by:Increasing by:Increasing by:
 
Instructional SalariesExpenditure Per PupilSupport Services SalariesExpenditure Per Pupil
Prepared by: Brendan Walsh, Treasurer, GPPSS Board of Education
3 of 16
Data Source: Michigan Department of Education

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