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Review the following list of items not fully funded by the state. Use the column labeled "Priority to Fund First" to identify areas of low, medium and high priority.
Partially Funded or Not Funded by the State
The state funds 50% of the current library program. Library hours will be cut significantly. Students will have less access and 11,000 50%
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Fund 65% of the current library program. Library hours will be reduced; students will have less access and support.
Fund 80% of the current library program. Libraries will be
open daily; students will have less support.
Fund 100% of the current library program. Libraries will be open daily; students will have roughly the same amount of suDDort.
fhe state does not fund elementary band and orchestra.
Fund 50% of Sth and 6th grade band and orchestra proEram.
Fund 100% of sth and 6th grade band and orchestra program. Basellne for the technology proBram ls 83% of the current level. One administrator and 5.5 staff positions will be cut' Service will be reduced; training will be eliminatid, All technical support will be remote.
Fund 88% of the current technology program. one administrator and 2.5 staff positions will be cut' Service will be reduced; less training will be offered. All technical support will be remote.
Fund the technology program near current levels. One administrator position will be cut. Other areas will be
gaseline for m"lntenance and grounds posltions ls 807o ofthe current level. A ,8 administrator and 4.2 staff positions will be cut. Response times will increase' Preventative maintenance
will be reduced.
Fund 90% of maintenance and grounds positions' A .4 administrator and 2'1 staff positions will be cut. Response
times will increase' Preventative maintenance will be less frequent,
Fund maintenance and grounds positions at current level' No chanses to resDonSe times or maintenance.
for custodial posltlons is 85% of the current level.
8,3 positions will be cut. Daily cleaning will be reduced, repairs will be limited.
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Fund 93% of custodial positions. Four (4.0) positions will be
cut. Building cleanliness and support will be impacted.
Fund 100% of custodial positions, Cleaning and minor repairs
will remain at the current level, Bisellne for secondary stafflng ls 93% of the current level. A
,4 administrator and 13,5 staffing for deans, zero hour classes and alternative programs (extra staffing) will be cut. Currrent 5,500 93%
staffing for smaller classes will be will be cut by 7.6 staff. Students will have fewer course options.
Fund 96% of current secondary staffing. A .2 administrator and and 6.0 staffing for deans, zero hour classes and alternative programs (extra staffing) will be reduced. Regular staffing will not be cut. Some smaller classes will be offered. oR
Fund 100% of current secondary staffing. No chanBes to
staffing. Zero hour classes and smaller class cholces will
state does not tund athletlcs or actlvlties. All support to wlll be cut. (Athletic directors, activity coordinators, secretary, grounds positions, supplies, utilities and stadium
Fund all high schoot varsity sports and 50% of activities. High hool junior varsity athletics, 50% activities and support will be t, All junior high athletics, activities and support will be Some resources will remain for an intramural proSram.
Fund all high school varsity and junior varsity athletics and activitles. All junior high athletics, activjties and support will be
cut. High school programs will remain.
Fund 100% of current athletics and activities. All high school and junior high school athletics will continue. All activities will
Basellne for the learnlng speclallst program ls 50% of the cunent level. A .4 administrator and 6.2 staff positions will be cut. Services to students, staff and families will be significantly reduced.
Fund 75% of the current learning specialist program. A .2 administrator and 3.1 staff positions will be cut. Less support
will be available to students.
Fund 100% of the current learning specialist program. Services and support will remain at the current level.
District music budget. This budget funds materials, supplies
and operatinR costs.
Additional staffing for the Transitional Bilingual program. Provides up to 1.5 support staff to help English Language
Learners succeed and graduate on time.
Highly Capable program. Funds 2 part-time support positions. Building support and support for Advanced Placement and Achieve Prosrams is oart of this budpet. Curriculum support. Funds up to 2.1 curriculum staff; provides support and trainine for staff, Nursing care services. Provides time at each school to support students and staff in implementing individual health plans. Supplies and materials for maintenance, grounds and custodial departments. Provides needed supplies and
materials, Secondary counseling program, including occupational
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information specialists. Funds up to 3 positions. Provides
support to students for graduation and career exploration.
Additional staffing for small Advanced Placement classes.
Maintains 0.5 teachers at each high school. Some courses will continue at an averaqe class size of less than 30, ln school suspension. Funds one position at each secondary
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Building Technology Coordinators. Provides 0.2 staff at each secondary school to supoort technologv. District pool. Keeps the pool open through the 2012-13 school vear (unless maior repairs are needed).
fransportation. Funds current routing structure and stops.
School security. Continues staffing near current levels with
adiustments based on school size. Support for At-Risk students. Provides extra help to struggling students. Elementary teacher assistants. Provides classroom and clerical supoort to schools.
Special Education. Continues staffing at present levels, with
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Ienne-Wrlght administrative support, Funds 2,9 staff positions. Provides services in support ofstudents, schools and
Community Schools, District Archives and Sclence Kit Center. All staff and Funds 3.2 staff positions, Allows community use of district 11,000 students facilities; elementary science curriculum maintenance; and and community student records management. Without funding, these functions orga nizations will be cut. (District records will be a building responsibility,)
Note; The Classified Staffing Model is not included here, but will be adjusted based on
ofstudents per building.
Eliminated for the 2012-13 School Year Budget
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Fund 50% of additional staffing for secondary interventions. Staffing will be reduced; students will have limited course options. Class sizes will remain near a 20:1 ratio; some training
for staffwill be provided,
Fund 100% of additional staffing for secondary interventions,
will remain below a 20:1 ratio; training for staff will
also be provided.
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lncrease elementary class size to match 92% of current funding. (K-3 = 25 and 4-6 = 27) This level will reduce 16.3
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lncrease elementary class slze to match 96% of current
funding, lK=23,1-2=24,3-4=25 and 5-6=27) This level will
reduce 8.5 teaching positions.
Maintain current elementary class size' (K=22, L'2=23,3'4=24
Free All Day Kindergarten at Cougar Valley, Esquire Hills,
PineCrest and Woodands elementary schools. Funds 7 :eaching positions and 1 support staff position. Diverslty support. Provides professional development for staff to help underrepresented student groups meet the standard and graduate on time. Mentoring program. Provides support to students to improve academic performance and graduate on time.
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