Board of Education Meeting

February 11, 2013
Review of Proposed Plan for
Educational & Economic Stability

Three Strategies
To make better instructional and

budgetary choices

Holt’s examples of implementing these
strategies.
1. Prioritize both achievement & cost
efficiency.
1.
2.

2.

Make staffing decisions based on
student needs, not adult preferences
1.
2.
3.

3.

Data Charts – some are included
Consideration analyzed for
savings (data chart)

Ed Trek – success
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Staff to Enrollment

Manage special education
spending for better outcomes &
greater cost effectiveness
1.

2.
3.

Focus on reading instruction
(adoption of K-2 Core reading
program – Reading Street)
Teacher consultant model
Push in model

Thomas B. Fordham Institute.
Policy Brief Paper – 12/2012

Fund balance
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Holt

16%

18%

19%

18%

17%

17%

14%

East Lansing

12%

10%

10%

9%

9%

11%

7%

Haslett

8%

8%

7%

8%

7%

9%

9%

Lansing

8%

8%

9%

9%

9%

11%

9%

Mason

13%

10%

10%

10%

10%

12%

8%

Okemos

13%

12%

12%

7%

7%

5%

7%

Waverly

19%

18%

17%

13%

13%

13%

14%

Williamston

9%

7%

4%

4%

4%

5%

7%

Reductions at Holt
• Holt Public Schools reductions.




2009/2010 reductions of $ 1,274,000
2010/2011 reductions of $ 1,591,000
2011/2012 reductions of $ 1,741,000
2012/2013 reductions of $ 1,900,000
2013/2014 reductions of $2M to $3Million

• Why do we continue to cut?
• Less State Aid & Less Students

State Aid
State Aid
LAW

State Cut
Schools

State actually
paid

Federal
Stimulus

2008-2009

$7,714

($372)

$ 7,342

$ 372

2009-2010

$7,714

($432)

$ 7,282

$ 278

2010-2011

$ 7,714

($286)

$ 7,428

$ 315

2011-2012

Cut $470

$ 7,244

-0-

$7,244

-0-

$ 7,244
2012-2013

$ 7,244

Student Count by Grade
Grades

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

K

402

399

409

436

455

476

479

1st

403

407

420

380

394

401

407

2nd

412

420

371

394

425

414

410

3rd

419

386

397

415

420

421

441

4th

409

400

415

416

432

449

415

5th

418

431

414

444

444

436

397

6th

473

451

474

474

471

422

462

7th

453

500

486

480

452

488

477

8th

498

498

476

456

482

473

491

9th

486

503

483

493

495

491

493

10th

12/521

29/526

501

501

495

499

530

11th

61/406

35/391

505

517

493

533

520

12th

64/368

71/412

485

483

511

485

476

137/5668

139/5720

Totals

(54)

23

5,836
(53)

5,889
(80)

5,969
(19)

5,988
(10)

5,998

HOLT PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1st Budget Update
PROJECTED
2013
REVENUES:
Lose 60 FTE
State Sources
48,007,614
(994,252) $170 cut
(1,754,400) $300 cut
303,000 Best Practice#1
Best Practice#2
623,000 one time- offset
retirement
All other revenue
9,102,893
TOTAL REVENUE $55,287,855
EXPENDITURES:
Salaries & Benefits 48,093,263
All other expenditures 9,447,300

TOTAL EXPENSES

57,540,563

NET (LOSS)
FUND BALANCE:
Beginning of year

(2,252,708)

End of year

Speculation
PROJECTED
PROJECTED
2014
2015
Lose -0Lose -0-

0

0

$55,287,855

$55,287,855

48,593,263
8,800,000
(2,000,000) Cut
55,393,263
(105,408)

49,093,263
8,800,000
(2,000,000) Continued
(1,000,000) Cut Needed
54,893,263
394,592

7,932,017

5,679,309

5,573,901

5,679,309 9.87%

5,573,901 10.06%

5,968,493 10.87%

Discussion & Consideration
Plan for Educational & Economic Stability







Repurpose 9th Grade campus to Middle College
Blended learning labs @ 9th Grade Campus – expand options
Repurpose an elementary building into all preschool – consolidating K-4 education
Move one more elementary building - 180 day balanced calendar
Close the JH Pool
Ask community for additional Millage
Continued implementation of contract agreements
Continued Streamlining & Internal efficiency changes

Considerations analyzed for Savings
Description
Repurpose 9th Grade

2013/14
$ 200,000

2014/15
$

Repurpose blended learning labs

280,000

Repurpose K-4 Building

300,000

Another K-4 to 180 day balanced calendar

20,000

Close Junior High Pool

50,000

Additional Millage

136,000 to ??

Continued Implementation cost reductions in
contract agreements

750,000

600,000

Continued Streamlining & Internal Efficiency,
along with Union negotiations

350,000

900,000

TOTAL Savings for Consideration

$ 1,320,000

$2,266,000

HOLT PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1st Budget Update
PROJECTED
2013
REVENUES:
Lose 60 FTE
State Sources
48,007,614
(994,252) $170 cut
(1,754,400) $300 cut
303,000 Best Practice#1
Best Practice#2
623,000 one time- offset
retirement
All other revenue
9,102,893
TOTAL REVENUE $55,287,855
EXPENDITURES:
Salaries & Benefits 48,093,263
All other expenditures 9,447,300

TOTAL EXPENSES

57,540,563

NET (LOSS)
FUND BALANCE:
Beginning of year

(2,252,708)

End of year

Speculation
PROJECTED
PROJECTED
2014
2015
Lose -0Lose -0-

0

0

$55,287,855

$55,287,855

48,593,263
8,800,000
(1,300,000) Cut
56,093,263
(805,408)

49,093,263
8,800,000
(1,300,000) Continued
(2,000,000) Cut Needed
54,593,263
694,592

7,932,017

5,679,309

4,873,901

5,679,309 9.87%

4,873,901 8.69%

5,568,493 10.20%

Educational & Economic Stability
Next Steps
• February 2013
• Board Curriculum Committee 1/31/13 – Input on framework of plan
• Governor's Budget - 2/7/2013

• Board of Education Meeting – Presentation of Plan

• Community Outreach… When, where, TBA

• March
• Current Budget updated – refined projection 2013/2014
• Community Outreach… When, where, TBA

• April/May 2013
• Continued Community Outreach… When, where, TBA
• Legislation – Proposed legislation

• June 2013 – Adoption of 2013/2014 Budget
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