2013 -2014 Projected State Education Aid, Suffolk County NY | Percentage | Wealth

2013-14 State Aid Projections

Preliminary Estimate of 2012-13 and 2013-14 State Aids
Payable under Section 3609 plus Other Aids
COMBINED AIDS

2012-13 Base Year Aids:
For 2012-13 Aid, the Actual Valuation (AV) of taxable real property for purposes of
determining a districts property wealth per pupil is defined as the 2009 AV. For aid other than
Foundation Aid, the State average of the 2009 AV per 2010-11 Total Wealth Pupil Unit (TWPU) is
$590,100. Income wealth is based on 2009 Adjusted Gross Income of residents of the district, as
reported on tax returns and including the results of the statewide computerized income verification
process, divided by the TWPU of the district. This is compared to the State average of $158,500.
The AV and Income Wealth ratios are used equally to compute the district’s Combined Wealth
Ratio (CWR). Some formulas use the Resident Weighted Average Daily Attendance (RWADA)
wealth ratio; the State average 2009 AV per 2010-11 RWADA is $712,300. Transportation Aid
uses the Enrollment (Resident Public and Nonpublic Enrollment) wealth ratio; the State average is
$636,000. For Foundation Aid, Selected AV is the lesser of 2009 AV or the average of 2009 AV
and 2008 AV.
Foundation Aid: The 2012-13 Foundation Aid is the sum of the 2011-12 Foundation Aid
Base (FAB) plus a Phase-in Foundation Increase; it is at least a 0.6 percent increase
over 2011-12 Foundation Aid and cannot exceed a 15 percent increase over 2011-12
Foundation Aid. The 2012-13 Phase-in Foundation Increase is 1.7 percent of the
positive difference of (1) the product of: Selected Total Aidable Foundation Pupil
Units (TAFPU) multiplied by Selected Foundation Aid, minus (2) the 2011-12
FAB. Selected Foundation Aid is the greater of $500 or Formula Foundation Aid or
Alternate Foundation Aid. Formula Foundation Aid is the positive result of (a) the
district-adjusted foundation amount which is the basic foundation amount for 201112 ($5,776) multiplied by the consumer price index (1.032) multiplied by a phase-in
foundation percent (1.1038) multiplied by a Regional Cost Index (RCI) multiplied
by a Pupil Need Index (PNI) less (b) an expected minimum local contribution.
Alternate Foundation Aid is the result of the State Sharing Ratio (SSR) for
Foundation Aid multiplied by the district-adjusted foundation amount. The Selected
TAFPU is based on Average Daily Membership (ADM) including dual enrollment
plus additional weightings for: students with disabilities (including dual enrolled
SWD) at 1.41, summer school at 0.12 and declassification pupils at 0.50. The PM
is 1 plus the Extraordinary Needs percent (based on economic disadvantage,
Limited English Proficiency and sparsity) and ranges between 1 and 2. The
expected minimum local contribution is the product of Selected Actual Value per
2010-Il Total Wealth Foundation Pupil Units (TWFPIJ) and 0.0130 multiplied by
an Income Wealth Index (which ranges from 0.65 to 2.0). TWFPU is based on
ADM and eliminates additional weightings. The SSR for Foundation Aid is the

highest of the following formulas. For high needlresource-eapacity districts, the
SSR is multiplied by 1.05. It is not less than zero nor more than 0.90:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Ratio
Ratio
Ratio
Ratio

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1.37- (1.23 * CWR);
1.00- (0.64 * CWR);
0.80- (0.39 * CWR);
0.51 (0.173 * CWR).
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The Combined Wealth Ratio (CWR) for Foundation Aid is calculated as: (A) .5
multiplied by the district Selected Actual ValuationI2OlO-1 1 TWPU compared to
the State average of $587,900; plus, (B) .5 multiplied by the district Selected
LncomeI2OlO-l 1 TWPU compared to the State average of $158,300. For
Foundation Aid. Selected AV is the lesser of 2009 AV or the average of 2009 AV
and 2008 AV. Selected Income is the lesser of 2009 Income or the average of
2009 And 2008 Income.
Full Day K Conversion: Full Day Kindergarten Conversion Aid is .provided to eligible
districts based on Selected Foundation Aid per Selected TAFPU multiplied by the
increase in full day kindergarten enrollment in the current year over the prior year.
School officials must offer full day programs to all kindergarten students in order to
qualif3e for this aid.
Universal Prekindergarten: State funding for 2012-13 Universal Prekindergarten district
programs.
BOCES + Special Services: The 2012-13 BOCES Aid claimed for administrative, shared
services, rent and capital expenses plus any Due Save-harmless Aid. Special
Services Aid is the sum of Career Education Aid, Academic Improvement Aid and
Computer Administration Aid claimed in 2012-13 by non-components of BOCES
including the Big 5 City school districts.
High Cost Excess Cost: The 2012-13 Public Excess Cost High Cost Aid, based on
expenses in excess of the lesser of $10,000 or four times district 2010-Il Approved
Operating Expense/TAPU for Expense, claimed for students with disabilities
attending public schools or BOCES.
Private Excess Cost: The 2012-13 Private Excess Cost Aid claimed for public school
students attending private schools for students with disabilities for whom the district
pays tuition.
Hardware & Technology:
The Instructional Computer Hardware and Technology
Equipment Aid that can be claimed by the district in 2012-13 for instructional
computer hardware expenses (acquisition and limited repair expenses) is equal to
the lesser of 2011-12 expenses or $24.20 multiplied by the enrollment for Software
Aid (see below) multiplied by the 2012-13 Hardware Aid Ratio (1 .51 * RWADA
wealth ratio).
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Software, Library, Textbook: Software Aid is the lesser of approved 2011-12 expenditures
or $14.98 multiplied by the combined 2011-12 public plus nonpublic school
enrollment for pupils attending school in the district plus district pupils attending
14111 time BOCES and private school programs for students with disabilities plus
pupils attending the State operated schools at Rome and Batavia and resident pupils
placed in Special Act school districts. Library Materials Aid is the lesser of
approved 2011-12 expenditures or $6.25 multiplied by the pupil count for Software
Aid. Textbook Aid, including Lottery Aid for textbook purchases, is the lesser of
approved 2011-12 expenditures or $58.25 multiplied by the 2011-12 enrollment of
resident public plus resident nonpublic pupils plus resident pupils with disabilities
attending approved private schools or the State operated schools at Rome and
Batavia and resident pupils placed in Special Act school districts. Charter school
enrollments are included in the pupil counts.
Transportation i. Summer: The 2011-12 approved non-capital transportation expense
multiplied by the selected transportation aid ratio with a .9 maximum and a .065
minimum. Aid on capital expenses is computed as above but based on the assumed
amortization of the aidable purchase, lease or equipment expenses over five years, at
a statewide average interest rate. Included is aid for unconfirmed transportation
expenses claimed by districts but not yet attributable to approved contracts.
Transportation Aid for district operated summer school programs is prorated to total
no more than $5.0 million statewide.
Operating Reorg. Iruentive: Reorganization Incentive Operating Aid is up to 40 percent of
2006-07 Formula Operating Aid for districts reorganized after July 1, 2007. The
sum of 2006-07 Formula Operating Aid and Incentive Operating Aid is limited to
95 percent of 2010-11 Approved Operating Expense.
Charter School Transitional: For districts whose charter school enrollment exceeds 2
percent of resident public school enrollment or whose charter school payments
exceed 2 percent of TGFE, transitional aid is provided for 2012-13. A district’s aid
will equal the sum of Tier 1, 2 and 3 aids. Tier 1 Aid equals the product of 80
percent of the 2011-12 charter school basic tuition, multiplied by the increase in the
number of resident pupils enrolled in a charter school between the 2010-11 and
2011-12 school years. Tier 2 Aid equals the product of 60 percent of the 2011-12
charter school basic tuition, multiplied by the increase in the number of resident
pupils enrolled in a charter school between the 2009-10 and 2010-11 school years.
Tier 3 Aid equals the product of 40 percent of the 2011-12 charter school basic
tuition, multiplied by the increase in the number of resident pupils enrolled in a
charter school between the 2008-09 and 2009-10 school years.
Academic Enhancement: For the 2012-13 school year Academic Enhancement Aid is the
same as the 2008-09 amount set forth in the computer run for the 2009-10 enacted
budget. This amount also includes $17.5 million for supplemental educational
improvement plan programs in the Yonkers City School District and up to

SI ,200,000 for the New York City School District for academic achievement
programs.
High Tax Aid: For the 2012-13 school year High Tax Aid is the same as the 2008-09 High
Tax Aid amount set forth in the computer run for the 2009-10 enacted budget.
Supplemental Pub Excess Cost: For the 2012-13 school year Supplemental Public Excess
Cost Aid is the same as the 2008-09 Supplemental Public Excess Cost Aid amount
set forth in the computer run for the 2009-10 enacted budget.
Gap Elimination Adjustment: The Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) for the 2012-13
school year is: I. the amount set forth in the computer run for the 2011-12 enacted
budget reduced by II. the 2012-13 GEA Adjustment as set forth in the computer run
for the 2012-13 enacted budget.
I. The 2011-12 GEA. A Reduction Amount is calculated as the lesser of A or B
however, for districts with high need relative to fiscal capacity, as defined by the
State Education Department, the reduction will not exceed -6.8 percent of estimated
2010-11 total general find expense and for districts with high need, and an
Administrative Efficiency Ratio (see below) less than 1.55 percent and a three-year
K-6 free and reduced price lunch percentage greater than 75 percent, then the
reduction will not exceed -4.09 percent of estimated 2010-11 TGFE. For other
districts, the reduction will not exceed-Il percent of estimated 2010-11 TGFE.
A. The sum of a) the product of -6.40 percent multiplied by a district’s 2011-12
Formula Aid (as computed for BTI 112 without Building and Building
Reorganization Incentive Aids and Universal Pre-kindergarten) plus b) the result
of -$4,400.00 multiplied by 1.0 minus a district’s three-year K-6 free and reduced
price lunch percentage for Foundation Aid with the resuit multiplied by a district’s
Combined Wealth Ratio for Foundation Aid multiplied by estimated 2010-11
Public Enrollment.
The minimum reduction is -9.5 percent multiplied by a district’s 2011-12 Formula
Aid (as computed for BTI 112 without Building and Building Reorganization
Incentive Aids and Universal Pre-kindergarten). The maximum reduction is -21.4
percent of selected aids.
or
B. For districts with a Tax Effort Ratio (a district’s residential levy divided by
district income) greater than 4.0 percent and a Combined Wealth Ratio for
Foundation Aid less than 1.5:
The result of -23 percent divided by the quotient of the district’s Tax Effort Ratio
divided by 4.247 percent, but not less than -13 percent, multiplied by 2011-12
Formula Aid (as computed for BT1 112 without Building and Building

Reorganization Incentive Aids and Universal Pre-kindergarten). The maximum
reduction is -23 percent; the minimum reduction is -13 percent.

An Administrative Efficiency Restoration offsets a portion of the Reduction
Amount. If a district, other than a Big 5 City School district, has an Administrative
Efficiency Ratio (ratio of 2008-09 board of education and central administration
expenses to total expenditures) of less than 1.80 percent and the administrative
expenses per pupil are less than $348.00, the Administrative Efficiency Aid is the
product of $75.00 multiplied by the State Sharing Ratio for Foundation Aid (but
with a minimum of .10), multiplied by the Selected TAFPU.
The Needs-based Restoration offsets a portion of the Reduction Amount. If a
district, other than a Big 5 City School district, is high need, the award is $61.00
multiplied by the estimated 2010-11 Public Enrollment. If a district is average need,
the award is $54.00 multiplied by the enrollment. In addition, if the district’s
estimated 2010-11 Limited English Proficient count exceeds 13 percent of estimated
2010-11 Public Enrollment, the award is 0.0075 (0.75 percent) multiplied by the
2011-12 Formula Aid (as computed for BT1 112 without Building and Building
Reorganization Incentive Aids and Universal Pre-kindergarten).
A Low Wealth High Tax Effort Restoration offsets a portion of the Reduction
Amount. If a district’s Combined Wealth Ratio for Foundation Aid is less than
0.7 and the Tax Effort Ratio is greater than 6.0 percent, the award is $100.00
multiplied by the estimated 201O-1 1 Public Enrollment.
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An Enrollment Adjustment Restoration offsets a portion of the Reduction
Amount. If a district’s increase in public enrollment from 2009-10 to 2010-11 is
equal to or greater than 45 and the Combined Wealth Ratio for Foundation Aid is
less than 3.0 and either the enrollment increase is greater than 1 percent or the
Combined Wealth Ratio for Foundation Aid is less than 2.0, then the award is
$500 multiplied by the increase in enrollment.
II. The 2012-13 GEA Adjustment is the sum of (1) the greater of A, B, C, D or E,
below but not more than 25 percent of the 2011-12 GEA amount, plus (2) LEP Aid:
A. The product of an extraordinary needs index (i.e., extraordinary needs percent
divided by 48 percent) and $223.80, with the result multiplied by the State
Sharing Ratio, multiplied by the 2011-12 public school enrollment; or,
B. For any district with a GEAITGFE ratio (i.e., positive value of the district’s
2011-12 GEA divided by its 2011-12 Total General Fund Expense, divided by the
State average of .0479) greater than 1, the product of the GEAJTGFE ratio and
$90, with the result multiplied by the State Sharing Ratio, multiplied by the 201112 public school enrollment; or,
C. The product of 2.956 percent of the positive value of the 2011-12 GEA; or,

D. The product of $473.70 multiplied by an Aid Ratio (1.37 —(1.50 * Combined
Wealth Ratio), .0 minimum and 1.0 maximum), multiplied by the 2011-12 public
school enrollment; or,
E. For any district with a Tax Effort Ratio (i.e., 2009 residential levy with
condominiums divided by 2009 Adjusted Gross Income) greater than 4.4 percent
and a CWR less than 1.5, the result of $309.30 multiplied by the State Sharing
Ratio, multiplied by the 2011-12 public school enrollment.
LEP Aid: For Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and Yonkers City school districts, the
product of a factor multiplied by 0.11 percent of the 2011-12 total aid. If the LEP
percent (i.e., 50 percent of the estimated 2011-12 Limited English Proficient
Pupils divided by 2011-12 public school enrollment) is greater than 4 percent but
less than 5 percent, the factor is .70. If the LEP percent is greater than 5 percent,
the factor is 2.20. Jf the LEP percent is less than 4 percent, the factor is 1.75.
Subtotal: Sum of the above aids and reduction.
Building + Bldg Reorg Incent: Aidable building expenses are for leases, certain capital
outlay exceptions, certain refinancing costs and an assumed debt service payment
based on the useful life of the project and an average interest rate. Building Aid
equals approved building expenses, multiplied by the greater of the Current
AVJRWADA Aid Ratio or the Aid Ratio selected for payment of building aid in the
2011-12 school year. For projects approved on or after July 1, 2000, expenses are
multiplied by the higher of the Building Aid Ratio used for 1999-00 aid less .10 or
the Current AV/RWADA Aid Ratio or, for eligible projects, the low income aid
ratio. For projects approved on or after July 1, 2005 for high need/resource-capacity
districts, expenses are multiplied by 0.05 multiplied by the same aid ratio used for
projects approved on or after July 1, 2000, however reimbursement is limited to 98
percent, including the incentive of up to 10 percent. Up to 10 percent of additional
building aid is provided for projects approved on or after July 1, 1998.
Reorganization Incentive Building Aid is 25 percent of Approved Building Aid for
qualifying reorganized school districts (or 30 percent for districts reorganized since
July 1, 1983). Aid is not provided for those prospective and deferred projects that
had not fully met all eligibility requirements as of the November 15, 2011 database.
Total: Sum of Subtotal and the above aids.

2013-14 Estimated Aids:
For 2013-14 Aid, the Actual Valuation (AV) of taxable real property for purposes of
determining a district’s property wealth per pupil is defined as the 2010 AV. For aid other than
Foundation Aid, the State average of the 2010 AV per 2011-12 Total Wealth Pupil Unit (TWPU) is
$561,400. Income wealth is based on 2010 Adjusted Gross Income of residents of the district, as
reported on tax returns and including the results of the statewide computerized income verification
process, divided by the TWPU of the district. This is compared to the State average of $169,300.
The AV and Income Wealth ratios are used equally to compute the district’s Combined Wealth
Ratio (CWR). Some formulas use the Resident Weighted Average Daily Attendance (RWADA)
wealth ratio; the State average 2010 AV per 2011-12 RWADA is $677,300. Transportation Aid
uses the Enrollment (Resident Public and Nonpublic Enrollment) wealth ratio; the State average is
$609,100. For Foundation Aid, Selected AV is the lesser of 2010 AV or the average of 2010 AV
and 2009 AV.

Foundation Aid: The 2013-14 Foundation Aid is the sum of the 2012-13 Foundation Aid
Base (FAD) plus a Phase-in Foundation Increase; it is at least a 0.3 percent (1.176
percent for districts with public enrollment greater than 20,000) increase over 201213 Foundation Aid and cannot exceed a 15 percent increase over 2012-13
Foundation Aid. The 2013-14 Phase-in Foundation Increase is a percentage (5.23
percent for districts with public enrollment greater than 50,000 or 0 for all other
districts) of the positive difference of (1) the product of: Selected Total Aidable
Foundation Pupil Units (TAFPU) multiplied by Selected Foundation Aid, minus (2)
the 2012-13 FAB. Selected Foundation Aid is the greater of $500 or Formula
Foundation Aid or Alternate Foundation Aid. Formula Foundation Aid is the
positive result of (a) the district-adjusted foundation amount which is the basic
foundation amount for 2012-13 ($5,926) multiplied by the consumer price index
(1.021) multiplied by a phase-in foundation percent (1.0768) multiplied by a
Regional Cost Index (RCI) multiplied by a Pupil Need Index (PM) less (b) an
expected minimum local contribution. Alternate Foundation Aid is the result of the
State Sharing Ratio (SSR) for Foundation Aid multiplied by the district-adjusted
foundation amount. The Selected TAFPU is based on Average Daily Membership
(ADM) including dual enrollment plus additional weightings for: students with
disabilities (including dual enrolled SWD) at 1.41, summer school at 0.12 and
declassification pupils at 0.50. The PHI is 1 plus the Extraordinary Needs percent
(based on economic disadvantage, Limited English Proficiency and sparsity) and
ranges between 1 and 2. The expected minimum local contribution is the product of
Selected Actual Value per 2011-12 Total Wealth Foundation Pupil Units (TWFPU)
and 0.0137 multiplied by an Income Wealth Index (which ranges from 0.0 to 2.0).
TWFPU is based on ADM and eliminates additional weightings. The SSR for
Foundation Aid is the highest of the following formuls. For high need/resource
capacity districts, the SSR is multiplied by 1.05. It is not less than zero nor more
than 0.90:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Ratio
Ratio
Ratio
Ratio

1.37- (1.23 * CWR);
*
CWR);
= 1.00 -(0.64
*
= 0.80- (0.39
CWR);
*
(0.173 CWR).
= 0.51
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The Combined Wealth Ratio (CWR) for Foundation Aid is calculated as: (A) .5
multiplied by the district Selected Actual Valuationl2ol 1-12 TWPU compared to
the State average of $560,600; plus, (B) .5 multiplied by the district Selected
Income/20l 1-12 TWPU compared to the State average of $164,000. For
Foundation Aid, Selected AV is the lesser of 2010 AV or the average of 2010 AV
and 2009 AV. Selected Income is the lesser of 2010 Income or the average of
2010 and 2009 Income.
Full Day K Conversion: Districts with any half-day kindergarten or no kindergarten
programs in 1996-97 and in the base year are eligible for Full Day K Conversion
Aid equal to Selected Foundation Aid per Selected TAFPU multiplied by the
increase in full day kindergarten enrollment in the current year over the prior year.
School districts must offer full day programs to all kindergarten students in order
to quali for this aid.
Universal Prekindergarten:
For the 2013-14 school year the maximum Universal
Prekindergarten Grant is held to the 2011-12 Universal Prekindergarten Grant as set
forth in the computer run for the 2011-12 enacted budget except for those districts
whose corrections were included in the May update of the 2011-12 enacted budget
run. Those districts use the greater of the amount on the enacted run or the updated
run. For the 2013-14 school year, school districts may quali for additional
amounts for full-day prekindergarten through a competitive grant application
process.
BOCES + Special Services: BOCES Aid for administrative, shared services, rental and
capital expenses plus Aid Due Save-harmless. Approved expense for BOCES
Administrative and Shared Services Aids is based on a salary limit of $30,000. Aid
is based on approved 2012-13 administrative and service expenses and the higher of
the millage ratio or the Current AV/20l 1-12 RWADA Aid Ratio: (1
(.51 *
RWADA Wealth Ratio)) with a .36 minimum and .90 maximum. Rent and Capital
Aids are based on 2013-14 expenses multiplied by the Current AVIRWADA Aid
ratio with a .00 minimum and a .90 maximum. Payable Aid is the sum of these aids
including save-harmless. Special Services Aid, for non-components of BOCES
including the Big 5 City school districts, is the sum of Career Education Aid,
Academic Improvement Aid and Computer Administration Aid. Career Education
Aid equaLs the Aid Ratio (1 (.59 * CWR), with a .36 minimum) multiplied by
S3,900 multiplied by the 2012-13 Career Education pupils including the pupils in
business and marketing sequences weighted at .16. Academic Improvement Aid
equals the Aid Ratio (1 (.59 * CWR), with a .36 minimum) multiplied by $100
plus $1,000/CWR, minimum of $1,000, multiplied by the 2012-13 Career
Education pupils including the pupils in business and marketing sequences weighted

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at .16. Computer Administration Aid equals the Aid Ratio (1 (.51 * CWR), with a
.30 minimum) multiplied by approved expenses not to exceed the maximum of
$62.30 multiplied by the estimated 2012-13 public school enrollment by district of
attendance with half-day kindergarten weighted at 1.0.
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High Cost Excess Cost: High Cost expenses, for students with disabilities attending public
schools or BOCES, must exceed the lesser of$10,000 or four times district 2011-12
Approved Operating Expense/TAPU for Expense. The aid per pupil equals the
allowed expense times the Aid Ratio (I (.51 * CWR), with a 25 minimum).
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Private Excess Cost: Private Excess Cost Aid is for public school students attending private
schools for students with disabilities. Net tuition expense is multiplied by the Aid
Ratio (1 (.15 * CWR), with a .5 minimum).
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Hardware & Technology: Instructional Computer Hardware and Technology Equipment
Aid is equal to the lesser of 2012-13 expenses or the enrollment for Software Aid
(see below) multiplied by $24.20 times the Current AV/RWADA Aid Ratio. For
the purpose of this estimate, the maximum aid is shown (enrollment for Software
Aid multiplied by $24.20 times the Current AV/RWADA Aid Ratio).
Software, Library, Textbook: All three aids use 2012-13 expenditures and pupil counts.
The maximum Software Aid equals $14.98 per pupil and the maximum Library
Materials Aid equals $6.25 per pupil, each multiplied by the combined 2012-13
public plus nonpublic enrollment for pupils attending school in the district plus
district pupils attending fill time BOCES and private school programs for students
with disabilities plus pupils attending the State operated schools at Rome and
Batavia and resident pupils placed in Special Act school districts. Aid cannot
exceed approved expenditures. Textbook Aid equals $43.25 per pupil for Regular
Textbook Aid plus $15 per pupil for Lottery Textbook Aid multiplied by resident
public plus resident nonpublic enrollment plus resident pupils with disabilities
attending approved private schools or the State operated schools at Rome and
Batavia and resident pupils placed in Special Act school districts. Textbook Aid is
not to exceed actual expenditures for purchase of textbooks during 2012-13.
Charter school enrollments are included in the pupil counts. For the purpose of
these estimates, the maximum aid is shown for Software, Library and Textbook.
Transportation md Summer: Aid for non-capital expenses is based upon estimated
approved transportation operating expense multiplied by the selected transportation
aid ratio with a .9 maximum and a .065 minimum. The selected aid ratio is the
highest of 1.263 multiplied by the Selected State Sharing Ratio or 1.01 (.46 *
RWADA Wealth Ratio) or 1.01 (.46 * Enrollment Wealth Ratio), plus a sparsity
adjustment. Aid for capital expenses, including district operated summer school, is
computed as above, but based on the assumed amortization of purchase, lease and
equipment costs over five years, at a statewide average interest rate. Transportation
Aid for district operated summer school programs is prorated to total no more than
$5.0 million statewide. Aid is provided, based on approved transportation operating
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expenses and the selected transportation aid ratio, for the transportation of pupils to
approved district operated summer programs.

Operating Reorg. Incentive: Reorganization Incentive Operating Aid is up to 40 percent of
2006-07 Formula Operating Aid for districts reorganized after July 1, 2007. The
sum of 2006-07 Formula Operating Aid and Incentive Operating Aid is limited to
95 percent of 201 1-12 Approved Operating Expense.
Charter School Transitional: For districts whose charter school enrollment exceeds 2
percent of resident public school enrollment or whose charter school payments
exceed 2 percent of TGFE, transitional aid is provided for 2013-14. A district’s aid
will equal the sum of Tier 1, 2 and 3 aids. Tier I Aid equals the product of 80
percent of the 2012-13 charter school basic tuition, multiplied by the increase in the
number of resident pupils enrolled in a charter school between the 2011-12 and
2012-13 school years. Tier 2 Aid equals the product of 60 percent of the 2012-13
charter school basic tuition, multiplied by the increase in the number of resident
pupils enrolled in a charter school between the 2010-11 and 2011-12 school years.
Tier 3 Aid equals the product of 40 percent of the 2012-13 charter school basic
tuition, multiplied by the increase in the number of resident pupils enrolled in a
charter school between the 2009-10 and 2010-11 school years.
Academic Enhancement: For the 2013-14 school year Academic Enhancement Aid is the
same as the 2008-09 amount set forth in the computer run for the 2009-10 enacted
budget. This amount also includes $17.5 million for supplemental educational
improvement plan programs in the Yonkers City School District and up to
$1,200,000 for the New York City School District for academic achievement
programs.
High Tax Aid: For the 2013-14 school year, High Tax Aid is the greater of the 2012-13
High Tax Aid or the 2013-14 High Tax Aid as computed for the 2013-14 Executive
Budget Proposal on computer run BT 1314.
Supplemental Pub Excess Cost: For the 2013-14 school year Supplemental Public Excess
Cost Aid is the same as the 2008-09 Supplemental Public Excess Cost Aid amount
set forth in the computer run for the 2009-10 enacted budget.

Gap Elimin. Adjmt (SA1213): The amount computed for the 2012-13 Enacted Budget on
computer run SAl213.
GEA Restoration: The 2013-14 Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) Restoration is the
amount restored in the Enacted Budget. It is the sum of Tiers A through J below but
not more than 43 percent of the positive value of the 2012-13 GEA amount, nor less
than $100,000:

Tier A. The GEA Restoration as computed for the 2013-14 Executive
Budget proposal on computer run BT1314; and,
Tier B. For any high or average need/resource-capacity district (2003
categories) with a Combined Wealth Ratio (CWR) less than 1.7 and 201213 public enrollment per square mile less than 170 and a tier 1 amount less
than the product of the 2012-13 GEA multiplied by -0.207, the positive
result of -20.7 percent of the 2012-13 GEA minus tier A; and,
Tier C. The result of (a) 60 percent of the positive value of the 2012-13
GEA minus (b) the sum of tiers A and B, but not less than 0; and,
Tier D. For any low or average needlresource-capacity district based on
the 2003 categories, that is now a high need/resource-capacity district
based on the 2008 categories, the product of .35 multiplied by any positive
result of (a) the absolute value of the 2011-12 GEA minus (b) the product
of 6.8 percent of the 2010-11 Total General Fund Expense; and,
Tier E. For any district with (a) a CWR less than 1.1 and (b) a percent
change between the absolute values of the 2011-12 GEA and the 20 12-13
GEA of less than 7.5 percent, the result of 2.5 percent of the positive
value of the 2012-13 GEA; and,
Tier F. For high need/resource-capacity districts (2003 categories) with a
GEA/TGFE ratio (i.e., positive value of the district’s 2012-13 GEA
divided by its estimated 2012-13 Total General Fund Expense) greater
than .0491, the greater of $100,000 or the product of $15 multiplied by the
20 12-13 public school enrollment; and,
Tier G. The product of 2012-13 public enrollment multiplied by: $42.02
for New York City; $10 for Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse; or $8 for
Yonkers; and,
Tier H. For any district with 2012-13 public enrollment less than 20,000,
the product of the positive result of 1.430 minus the 2006-07 Regional
Cost Index, multiplied by 5, multiplied by the 3-year average K-6 FRPL
ratio, multiplied by $100, multiplied by 2012-13 public enrollment; and,
Tier I. For any district with a 3-year average K-6 FRPL ratio greater than
.60 and a CWR greater than 1.1, the result of $150 multiplied bythe 201213 public school enrollment; and,
Tier J. For any district with a CWR less than 1.1, the result of $200
multiplied by any increase in public enrollment from 2008-09 to 2012-13.

Gap Elimination Adjustment: The Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) for the
2013-14 school year is the sum of the 2012-13 GEA reduced by the 2013-14
GEA Restoration.
Subtotal: Sum of the above aids and reduction.
Building ± Bldg Reorg Incent: Aidable building expenses are for capital outlay, leases,
certain capital outlay exceptions, certain refinancing costs and an assumed debt
service payment based on the useful life of the project and an average interest rate.
Building Aid is equal to the product of the estimated approved building expenses
multiplied by the highest of the 1981-82 through the Current AVJRWADA Aid
Ratio. For projects approved on or after July 1, 2000, expenses are multiplied by the
higher of the Building Aid Ratio used for 1999-00 aid less .10 or the Current
AV/RWADA Aid Ratio or, for eligible projects, the low income aid ratio. For
projects approved oh or after July 1, 2005 for high needlresource-capacity districts,
expenses are multiplied by 0.05 multiplied by the same aid ratio used for projects
approved on or after July 1, 2000, however reimbursement is limited to 98 percent,
including the incentive of up to 10 percent. Up to 10 percent of additional building
aid is provided for projects approved on or after July 1, 1998. For districts that have
reorganized, Reorganization Incentive Building Aid is included as in permanent
law. Aid is not estimated for those prospective and deferred projects that had not
fully met all eligibility requirements as of the November 2012 database. Current
statute provides that school districts may receive partial reimbursement for base year
expenditures associated with security camera, metal detectors and other security
devices. Additionally, with passage of the NY Safe Act, for projects approved by
the commissioner on or after July 1, 2013, specified safety system improvements
will be eligible for enhanced re-imbursement under the state’s School Building Aid
formula (a rate 10 percent higher than their current building aid ratio).
Total: Sum of Subtotal and the above aids.

$ Chg Total 13-14 minus 12-13: Difference between the two Totals.
% Chg Total Aid: Difference between the two totals divided by 2012-13 Total Aids, multiplied by
100.

$ Ch w/o Bldg. Reorg Bldg Aid: Difference between the two Subtotal Aids without Building and
Building Reorganization Incentive Aids.
% Chg wlo Bldg. Reorg Bldg Aid: $ Change w/o Bldg, Reorg Bldg Aid divided by 2012-13
Subtotal excluding Building and Building Reorganization Incentive Aids, multiplied by
100.

tljUatI,n

UParlm,fl

MOD ED: 02818
COUNTY
STEUBEN

08 ED: 01818

STATE OF NEW YORK

SA ED:

181

PY ED:

296

03/22113

296

03/22/13

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DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT WANE
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOrES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INL SLR9IER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REDRG INCENT
TDTAL

573002
WAYLAND—COe4OCT

COUNTY
TOTALS

14,678,186
0
248,781
1,291,665
135.430
61,103
29,147
117,646
1,583,014
0
D
0
0
0
—2,030,182
16,114,790
3,080,680
19,195,470

129,077,262

2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKIHDERGARTEH
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL SUMNER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIN. ADJNT (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG IHCENT
TOTAL

14,722,220
0
252,105
1,308,201
128,032
60,644
27,454
114,832
1,686,301
0
0
0
0
D
—2,030,182
808,889
—1,221,293
17,078,496
3,080,680
20,159,176

2,121,466
19,204,923
3,000,722
411,830
303,686
1,273,651
13,298,292
193,401
5,967
—17,841,860
151,049,340
31,551,733
182,601,073
129,464,486
2,158,129
19,213,415
3,159,454
339,873
291,857
1,260,590
14,207,612
193,401
5,967
—17,841,860
6,260,086
—11,581,774
158,713,010
35.707,074
194,420,084

$ CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
% UNG TOTAL AID

963 706
tO2

11,819,011

$ CHG MID SLOG, REORG BLDG AID
t CHG N/u BLDG. REORG BLDG AID

963 706
.98

7,663,670

MOO ED: 01818
COUNTY

08 ED: 01818

STATE OF NEW YORK
PY ED:
SA ED: 181
2013—14 STATE AID PROJECTIONS
PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF 2012—13 AND 2013—14 AIDS PAYABLE UNDER SECTION 3609 PLUS OTHER AIDS

SUFFOLK

DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOrES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL SIfl4ER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

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580101
BABYLON

580102
NEST BABYLON

580103
NORTH BABYLON

580104
LINDENftJRST

580105
COPIAGUE

580106
AMITYVILLE

5,157,517
0
0
596,063
285,495
93,383
15,757
150,606
682,840
0
0
0
641,751
0
—1,154,744
6,468.668
675,066
7,143,734

22,029,266
0
0
1,561,282
755,607
212,560
51,048
327,042
1,830,115
0
0
0
1,733,369
79,682
—4,451,962
24,128,009
2,125,538
26,253,547

31,115.845
0
0
895,039
1,648,987
327,389
56,647
386,736
2,471,883
0
0
0
1,678,344
129,755
—5,748,748
32,961,877
5,567,274
38,529,151

36,735,399
0
0
1,775,568
835,335
597,106
96,177
550,945
3,945,653
0
0
0
2,363,304
0
—5,892,275
41,007,212
3,352,523
44,359,735

30,828,959
0
514,675
2,528,234
3,582,898
373,974
71,587
416,970
5,663,545
0
0
0
1,710,034
0
—5,354,121
40,336,755
1,247,865
41,584,620

14,308,898
0
343,402
1,043,828
1,191,736
443,636
23,886
297,488
2,152,688
0
0
0
1,275,598
0
—3,505,587
17,575,573
1,128,828
18,704,401

5,172,989
0
0
796,412
331,316
97,426
16,283
146,419
750,724
0
0
0
641,751
0
—1,154,744
100,000
—1,054,744
6,898,576
539,852
7,438,428

22,095,353
0
0
1,878,225
752,693
263,263
55,968
350,033
2,051,166
0
0
0
1,733,369
79,682
—4,451,962
302,045
—4,149,917
25,109,835
2,156,572
27,266,407

31,209,192
0
0
1,139,955
2,346,297
401,187
70,419
404,981
2,813,969
0
0
0
1,678,344
129,755
—5,748,748
392,878
—5,355,870
34,838,229
5,893,078
40,731,3D7

36,845,605
0
0
1,881,935
1,139,981
789,381
94,520
531,743
4,484,469
0
0
0
2,616,972
0
—5,892,275
530,226
—5,362,049
43,022,557
3,868,217
46,890,774

30,921,445
0
516,977
3,075,325
3,654,455
444,928
77,298
427,200
6,190,047
0
0
0
1,710,034
0
—5,354,121
894,874
—4,459,247
42,558,462
1,313,976
43,872,438

14,351,824
0
343,402
1,495.834
1,369,521
541,540
32,338
301,922
2,771,540
0
0
0
1.275,598
0
—3,505,587
381,421
—3,124,166
19,359,353
1,224,613
20,583,966

$ CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
X CHG TOTAL AID

294 694
4.ia

1,012 860
L86

2,202 156
ê.72

2.531 039
.71

2,287 818
.so

1,879 565

$ CHG N/O BLDG, REORG BLDG AID

429 908
.65

981 826
L.oi

1,876 352
L69

2,015 345
4.91

2,221 707
ê.51

1,783 780
iô.is

2013—14 ESTIMAtED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKIIDERGARTEM
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HAI1ONARE £ TECHNOLOGY
SOFTNARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL SLlER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADENIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELININ. ADJNT (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

% CHG N/O BLDG, REORG BLDG AID

-

iô.os

NOD ED: 01813
COUNTY

SA ED:

STATE OF HEN YORK

DB ED: 01813

181

PY ED:

03/22/13

296

2013—14 STATE AID PROJECTIONS

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DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CDNYERS!DM
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtl SUMNER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

58010?
DEER PARK

580109
NYANDANCH

580201
THREE VILLAGE

580203
COMSENOGUE

580205
SACHEM

580206
PORT JEFFERSON

17,056,510
0
472,326
922,332
594,273
201,881
49,827
345,178
2,374,760
0
0
0
2,685,418
0
—2,871,185
21,831,320
1,430,872
23,262,192

25,708,804
0
412,291
1,179,665
994,387
265,287
33,140
176,340
2,997,908
0
0
1,016,243
2,050,262
o
—2,051,511
32,782,816
1,095,871
33,878,687

25,517,439
0
0
1,234,170
753,655
203,008
62.74?
612,57?
2,770,801
0
0
0
826,783
0
—6,589,145
25,392,035
9,721,366
35,113,401

21,914,303
0
234,900
724,623
433,457
54,177
49,372
314,874
1,844,425
0
0
0
1,158,391
109,902
—4,179,320
22,659,104
1,871,712
24,530,816

82,731,090
0
599,400
3,891,783
2,013,18?
1,500,919
175,358
1.190,656
9,989,648
0
0
0
4,022,826
0
—18,668,010
87,447,857
20,051,856
107,499,713

2,680,792
0
75,600
188,301
122,385
45,960
0
104,066
67,805
0
0
0
94,118
0
—681,514
2,697,513
388,472
3,085,985

2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAYKCONVERSIOM
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE A TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtl St**IER
OPERATING REDRG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELININ. ADJMT {SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELININATION ADJUSTNENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REDRG INCENT
TOTAL

17.107,679
0
472,326
1.270,754
608,742
229,213
54,651
362,407
2,565,451
0
0
0
2,685,418
0
-2,871,185
302,658
—2,568,527
22.788,114
2,632,565
25,420,679

25,785,930
0
422,639
1,635,113
1,164,367
288,368
34,681
178,779
3,134,814
0
0
1,016,243
2,191,435
0
—2,051,511
584,650
—1,466,861
34,385,508
948,114
35,333,622

25,593,991
0
0
1,390,310
718,700
207,418
69,815
603,765
3,209,216
0
0
0
826,783
0
—6,589,145
396,100
—6,193,045
26,426,953
9,825,239
36,252,192

21,980,045
0
234,900
842,773
760,527
53,331
50,903
313,038
1,945,544
0
0
0
1,158,391
109.902
—4,179,320
295,654
—3,883,666
23,565,688
2,048,676
25,614,364

82,979,283
0
599,400
4,151,005
1,880,843
1,461,427
182.657
1,172,024
10,869,210
0
0
0
4,022,826
0
—18,668,010
1,124,968
—17,543,042
89,775,633
18,036,126
107.811,759

2,688,834
0
75,600
195,905
123,093
43,089
0
100,816
66,156
0
0
0
94,118
0
—681,514
100,000
—581,514
2,806,097
388,470
3,194,567

2,158 487
4.28

1,454 935
4.29

1,138 791
3.24

1,083 548
4.42

312 046
6.29

lOB 582
3.52

956 794
4.38

1,602 692

1,034 918
4.08

906 584
4.00

2,327 776
3.e

108 584
4.o

S CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
CHG TOTAL AID

$ CHG Nb BLDG. REORG BLDG AID
% CHG N/C BLOC, REORG BLDG AID

MOO ED: 01816
COUNTY

09 ED: 01818

SUFFOLK

4.s,

STATE OF NEW YORK
2013—14 STATE AID PROJECTIONS

SA ED:

181

PY ED:

296

03/22/13

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DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE A TECHNOLOGY
SOFTMARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION IItL SIMMER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEM1C ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL
2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES ÷ SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE A TECHNOLOGY
SOFTMARE LIBRARV TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INëL SLfl4ER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIN. ADJNT (5A1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTNENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORO INCENT
TOTAL
S CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
t CHG TOTAL AID
S CHG N/O BLDG. REQRG BLDG AID
t DIG N/D BLOC, REORG BLDG AID

580207
MOUNT SINAI

580208
MILLER PLACE

580209
ROCKY POINT

580211
MIDOLE COUNTRY

580212
LONGN000

580224
PATCHOGUE—NEDF

12,054,710
0
0
412,767
433,953
123,720
28,186
192,063
1,734,106
0
0
0
393,079
1,575
—2,393,881
12,980,278
1,541,035
14,521,316

13,155,976
0
0
875,366
601,058
87.755
31,04-4
245,950
1,517,897
0
0
0
1,040,107
16,509
—2,466,196
15,105,466
2,569,994
17,675,460

17,200,221
0
194,886
1,116,680
961,578
199,646
45,810
277.252
2,342,799
0
0
0
372,408
0
—2,470,219
20,241,061
2,595,956
22,837,017

60,388,069
0
1,283,547
2,077,216
2,598,347
714,826
141,869
845,988
9,575,849
0
0
0
1,116,502
12,751
—11,834,690
66,920,274
6,678,544
73,598,818

59,478,191
0
996,075
1,376,421
3,050,088
674,120
107,371
757,244
5,783,406
0
0
0
4,041,841
103,560
—9,680,197
66,688,120
9,625,252
76,313,372

44,495,730
0
646,022
1,496,756
2,957,518
348,589
107,749
675,343
4,672,750
0
0
0
918,339
92,813
—8,692,822
47,718,787
9,355,291
57,074,078

12,090,874
0
0
496,684
430,747
130,875
29,393
202,533
1,850,221
0
0
0
393,079
1,575
—2,393,881
143,869
—2,250,012
13.375,969
1,824,868
15,200,837

13,195,443
872,776
0
961,291
668,534
97,692
37,081
240,799
1,773,631
0
0
0
1,040,107
16,509
—2,466,196
182,326
—2.283,870
16,619,993
2,569,992
19,189,985

17,251,821
0
197,136
1,267,340
1,648,835
185,586
47,294
272,169
2,613,880
0
0
0
853,478
0
—2,470,219
289,520
—2,180,699
22,156,840
2,600,522
24,757,362

60,569,233
0
1,283,547
2,284,620
2,589,169
703,582
142,424
837,225
9,888,693
0
0
0
2,387,787
12,751
—11,834,690
820,457
—11,014,233
69,684,798
6,765,583
76,450,381

59,656,625
0
998,204
1,339,591
3,431,312
664,316
115,052
751,439
6,153,624
D
0
0
4,041,841
103,560
—9,680,197
695,358
—8,984,839
68,270,755
9,926,097
78,196.852

44,629,217
0
646,790
1,641,428
3,030,882
342,951
111,093
664,464
4,053,165
0
0
0
1,791,109
92,813
—8,692,822
649,980
—8,042,842
48,961,D7D
9,255,061
58,216,131

679 521
4.68

1,514 525
4.57

1,920 345
4.41

2,851 563
3.87

1,883 480
L47

1.142 053
.oo

395 691
3.os

1,514 527
16.03

1,915 779
4.46

2,764 524
4.ia

1,582 635
L37

1,242 283
.6O

1400 ED: 018113
COUNTY

013 ED: 018113

SUFFOLK

SA ED:

STATE OF MEN YORK

181

PV ED:

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DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDNARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION IM& SLJO4ER
OPERATING REORG IMCENTIYE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

580232
WILLIAM FLOYD

580233
CENTER I4ORICIIE

580234
EAST MORICHES

580235
SOUTH COUNTRY

580301
EAST HAMPTON

580303
ANAGANSETT

19,004,933
0
1,483513
2,370,252
4,210,417
700,300
149,144
755,301
8,523,204
0
0
0
3,684,077
0
—9,760,478
91,120,663
15,861,224
106,981,887

6,946,582
0
129,600
334,369
193,185
95,036
24,614
135,746
697,999
0
0
0
795,746
24,725
—981,133
8,396,469
1,633,637
10,030,106

3,894,665
0
29,700
145,452
244,883
128,600
6,438
75.296
597,620
0
0
0
107,201
D
-603,1B7
4,626,668
866,967
5.493,635

32,660,478
0
584,877
819,464
1,796,709
323,190
51,528
385,783
3,934,440
0
0
0
2,794,176
0
—5,988,725
37,361,920
10,959,441
48,321,361

1,897,157
0
54,000
246,934
39,901
25,927
0
130,034
122,129
0
0
0
143,681
16,426
—536,532
2,139,657
373,517
2,513,174

185,927
0
32,400
43,068
0
0
0
9,097
13,680
0
0
0
50,000
1,457
—61,695
273,934
31,817
305,751

79,241,947
0
1,486,267
2,437,754
4,031,028
702,590
151,263
745,210
8,931,893
0
0
0
3,752,477
0
—9,760,478
1,251,599
—8,508,879
92,971,550
14,451,351
107,422,901

6,967,421
0
129,600
363,682
222,458
106,938
26,708
133,527
722,347
0
0
0
795,746
24,725
—981,133
164,006
—817,127
8,676,025
1,656,995
10,333,020

3,906,348
0
30,166
156,636
245,968
129,977
7,947
86,421
558,129
0
0
0
323,352
0
—603,187
100,000
—503,187
4,941,757
832,186
5,773,943

32,758,459
0
624,380
904.707
2,253,565
349,226
55,106
403,143
4,332,759
0
0
0
2,794,176
0
—5,988,725
408,157
—5,580,568
38,894,953
10,982,296
49,877,249

1,902,848
0
54,000
247,105
47,668
26,266
0
129,882
121,827
0
0
0
143,681
16,426
—536,532
100,000
—436,532
2,253,171
3613,845
2,622,016

186,484
0
32,400
42,868
0
0
0
8,271
16,100
0
0
0
50,000
1,457
—61,695
26,528
—35,167
302,413
31,815
334,228

441 014
6.41

302 914
102

280 308
4.10

1,555 888
122

108 842
4.33

28 477
4.ai

1,850 887
.O3

279 556

315 089
h.81

1,533 033
4.io

113 514
4.31

28 479
16.40

2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
KIWI COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE 2. TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATIOM IML StillER
OPERATING REalm INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIM. ADJNT (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTHENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

$ CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
X CHG TOTAL AID

$ CHG N/O BLDG. REORG BLDG AID
‘A CHG N/O BLDG. REORG BLDG AID

NOD ED: 0181B
COUNTY

DB ED: 01818

SUFFOLK

133

SA ED:

STATE OF HEN YORK

181

PY ED:

296

2013—14 STATE AID PROJECTIONS

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DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
KARD44ARE 2. TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL StillER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REQRG IMCENT
TOTAL

580304
SPRINGS

580305
SAG HARBOR

580306
HONTAUIt

580401
ELM000

580402
COLD SPRING HA

580403
I4JNTINGTON

697,633
0
62,100
79,937
32,011
6.319
0
72,140
53,066
0
0
0
334,391
0
—265,616
1,071,981
16,064
1,088,045

1,170,421
0
0
114,061
51,507
7,635
0
81,789
42,102
0
0
0
165.430
0
—341,395
1,291,550
135,531
1,427,081

489,963
0
32,400
55,448
21,792
0
0
21,428
77,674
0
25,007
0
169,936
0
—159,729
733,969
0
733,969

7,746,292
4,260
0
622,896
331,096
67,447
29,158
216,360
1,068,536
0
0
0
1,046,049
0
—1,287,443
9,844,651
1,611,808
11,456,459

1,757,309
0
0
458,237
19,433
35,768
0
169,832
234.885
0
0
0
155,612
0
—582,693
2,248,383
630,837
2,879,220

8,114,481
0
334,800
1,003,028
276,388
307.169
6,965
437,194
2,292,420
0
0
0
642,003
168,228
—2,268,095
11,114,601
754,017
11,868,618

2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE £ TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION IWêL SUIIIER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLENEMTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIM. ADJNT (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCEMT
TOTAL

699,725
0
62,100
80,574
96,451
6,651
0
73,749
46,821
0
0
0
342,209
0
—265,616
100,000
—165,616
1,242,664
16,923
1,259,587

1,173,932
0
0
110,034
56,403
5,755
0
86,307
52,868
0
0
0
165,430
0
—341,395
100,000
—241,395
1,409,336
138,913
1,548,247

491,432
0
33,750
58,319
15,504
0
0
26,327
84,141
0
18,755
0
169,986
0
—159,729
68,683
—91,046
807,168
0
807,168

7,769,530
0
0
1,008,263
290,712
131,159
27,126
208,993
1,053,333
0
0
0
1,046,049
0
—1,2B7,443
134,982
—1,152,461
10,382,704
1,687,042
12,069,746

1,762.580
0
0
627,474
4,628
32.978
0
166,043
240,544
0
0
0
155,612
0
—582,693
100,000
—482,693
2,507,166
655,006
3,162,172

8,138,824
0
335,605
1.266,903
452,300
396.672
16.053
438.423
2,627,589
0
0
0
442,003
168,228
—2,268,095
139,828
—2,128,267
12,154,333
472,579
12,626,912

S CHG 13—14 NINUS 12—13
% CHG TOTAL AID

171 542
i4.ii

121 166
A.49

73 199
.97

613 287
4.35

282 952
4.83

758 294
L39

S CHG 14/0 BLDG, REORG BLDG AID
% CHG N/0 BLDG. REORG BLDG AID

170 683
14.92

117 784
4.12

73 199
4s7

538 053
4.47

256 783

1,039 732
4.35

ii.si

L),prnlmen

NOD ED: 01818
COUNTY

SA ED:

STATE OF MEN YORK

08 ED: 01818

SUFFOLK

181

PY ED:

196

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PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF 2012—13 AND 201314 AIDS PAYABLE UNDER SECTION 3609 PLUS OTHER AIDS
580404
MORTHPORT

580405
HALF HOLLOW HI

580406
HARBORFIELDS

580410
CD04ACK

580413
S. FflJNTINGTON

580501
BAY SHORE

8,195,540
0
67,372
1,289,060
733,036
266,628
0
546,127
1,148,119
0
0
0
735,742
0
—2,439,222
10,542,402
1,176.882
11,719.284

17,886,167
0
588,745
1,168,446
701,344
440,635
39,112
810,284
3,216.555
0
0
0
1,355,779
0
—4,946,008
21,261,059
4,665,164
25,926,223

8,708,475
0
172,800
667,965
454,523
246,803
26,623
204,985
1,600,892
0
0
0
627,527
0
—1,994,081
10,716,512
2,585,250
13,301,762

21,438,523
0
378,000
1,520,707
645,049
508,028
58,274
614,279
5,360,340
0
0
0
3,253,567
0
—4,364,185
29,412,582
5,424,290
34,836,872

18,251,962
0
280,800
1,312,876
0
685,358
78,663
560,428
3,383,084
0
0
0
2,827,798
0
—3,634,365
23,746,604
2,636,056
26,382,660

26,164,065
0
532,803
1,276,290
1,657,521
493,113
74,149
522,855
3.537,193
0
0
0
2,569,217
0
—5,381,013
31,446,193
4,169,377
35,605,570

8,220,126
0
67,372
1,510,433
681,028
250,882
0
533,626
1,259,750
0
0
0
0
—2,439,222
147,202
—2,292,020
10,966,939
928,302
11,895,241

17.939,825
0
588,745
1,368,429
695,599
427,766
45,023
794,049
3,783,785
0
0
0
1,365,779
0
—4,946,008
299,255
—4,646,753
22,352,237
4,781,139
27,133,376

21,502,838
0
378,000
1,743,223
1,006,773
559,303
79,454
597,233
5,624,386
0
0
0
3,253,567
0
—4,364,185
329,119
—4,035,066
30,709,711
5,176,617
35,886,328

175 957

1,207 153

Iss

1,049 456
lot

18,306,717
0
280,825
1,500,017
582,495
680,220
83,305
574,084
3,730,296
0
0
0
2,827,798
0
—3,634,365
322,564
—3,311,801
25.253,956
2,688,839
27,942,795
1,560 135
.91

26,242,557
0
534,600
1,418,542
2,320,748
537,620
83,029
512,409
3,929,424
0
0
0
2,717,904
0
—5,381,013
655,494
—4,725,519
33,571,314
4,432,031
38,003,345

$ CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
% CHG TOTAL AID

8,734,600
0
172,800
715,769
380,076
257,112
36,073
290,470
1,629,679
0
0
0
627,527
0
—1,994,081
142,168
—1,851,913
10,992,193
2,782 058
13,774:251
472 489

BLDG, REORG BLDG AID
% CHG N/O BLDG, REORG BLDG AID

424 537
4.03

1,091 178
&13

275 681
£si

1,297 129
4.41

1,507 352
4.35

2,125,121
o.76

DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTNARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INft SUMMER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCENENr
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELININATIOM ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL
2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION IN& St**4ER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIN. ADJMT (SA1213)
GEA RESTDRATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJIJSTNENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

735,742

1.so

$ CHG Nb

HOD ED: 01818
COUNTY

4.66

SA ED:

STATE OF MEN YORK

DB ED: 01818

181

PV ED:

296

2,397,775
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SUFFOLK

PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF 2012—13 AND 2013—14 AIDS PAYABLE UNDER SECTION 3609 PLUS OTHER AIDS
580507
CONNETQUOT
30,450,840
0
396,630
1,809,356
1,156,744
343,463
51,192
497,000
3,864,331
0
0
0
3,199,157

580502
ISLIP

580503
EAST ISL1P

580604
SAYVILLE

580505
BAYPORT BLUE P

580506
HAUPPAUGE

13,813,173
0
0
600,832
756,127
106,637
37,782
272,721
1,754,529
0
0
0
665.219

25,047,934
0
218,700
1,081,455
741,990
287,709
60,044
380,962
2,772,895
0
0
0
1,654,682

17,436,630
0
0
1,267,179
476,872
108,116
38,467
269,880
1,476,833
0
0
0
1,729,079

10,058,265
0
0
776,153
574,270
103,188
27,224
204,630
878,363
0
0
0
1,440,718

8,650,385
0
0
387,126
141,803
147,680
2,340
331,003
869,132
0
0
0
545,250

—2.714,186

—4,077,640

2,280,753
17,573,587

4:369,553
32,538,284

—3,403,822
19,410,000
3,276,285
22,686,285

—2,026,884
12,0-80,885
3,141,619
15,222,504

—2,312,969
8,795,281
2,556,712
11,351,993

—6,116,544
35,753,510
8,345,067
44,098,577

13,854,612
0
0
700,466
740,020
109,406
39,040
261,170
2,012,277
0
0
0
1,027,361
0
—2,714,186
188,089
—2,526,097
16,218,255
2,307,995
18,526,250

25,123,077
0
218 700
1.164:344
764,538
274,220
60,986
366,827
2,858,895
0
0
0
1,721,431
0
—4,077,640
288.286
—3,789,354
28 763,664
4:369,551
33,133,215

17,488,939
0
0
1,383,008
817,166
112,681
38,720
262,447
1,646,830
0
0
0
1.729,079
10,766
—3,403,822
204,880
—3,198,942
20,290,694
3,316,578
23,607,272

10,088,439
0
0
807,465
791,816
160,317
28,765
201,764
1,154,133
0
0
0
1,440,718
44,958
—2,026,884
139,176
—1,887,708
12,830,667
3,131,718
15,962,385

30,542,192
0
396,630
2,110,216
1,335,912
335,883
56,482
527,478
4,143,971
0
0
0
3,199,157
101,341
—6,116,544
369,16-6
—5,747,378
37,001,884
8,901,298
45,903,182

$ CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13

952 663
.42

594 931
1.83

920 987
4.06

739 881
4.86

8.676,336
0
0
499 496
154:077
204,704
8,146
330,925
1,097,614
0
0
0
545,250
33,531
—2,312,969
139,440
—2,173,529
9, 376,550
2 268 058
11:644:608
292 615
*.58

BLOC, REORG BLDG AID
% CHG N/a SLOG, REORG BLDG AID

925,421
o.O5

594 933
11

880 694

749 782
4.21

581 269
4.61

1,248 374
3.49

DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT MANE

2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:

FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
NIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE tIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL. SL9G4ER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCENENr
HIGH TAX AID

0

SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST

GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REQRG INCENT
TOTAL
2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE 8 TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL SL*€ER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIN. ADJNT (5A1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL
CHG TOTAL AID

$ CHG Nb

-

15,292,834

0
28 168,731

10,766

4.

44,958

33,531

-

101,341

1,804,605
4.09

MOD ED: 0181B
COUNTY

OS ED: 01818

SUFFOLK

STATE OF NEW YORK

SA ED:

181

PY ED:

296

03/22/13

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DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEM
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE I TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INêL SLflIER
OPERATING REORG IMCENTIYE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL im EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

580509
WEST ISLIP

580512
8RENTN000

580513
CENTRAL ISLIP

580514
FIRE ISLAND

580601
SHOREHAN—NADIN

580602
RIVERHEAD

22,458,255
D
0
909,036
693,60?
394,490
84,879
451,253
2,111,082
0
0
D
1,155,461
91,039
—4,028,920
24,320,182
5,531,079
29,851,261

167,691,702
0
3,335,663
3,199,735
4,840,558
1,485,233
299,139
1,403,628
16,232,951
0
0
0
6,848,775
0
—12,584,459
192,752,925
12,268.856
205,021,781

60,165,552
0
1,162,328
2,086.370
2,771,532
396,542
99,172
552,295
6,162,341
0
0
2,459,141
7,256,598
0
—7,251,027
75,860,844
5,965,133
81,825,977

188,29?
0
0
56,454
0
0
0
2,918
45.871
0
0
0
50,000
0
—72,145
271,395
11,721
283,116

5,919,452
0
0
736.953
232,184
141,955
14,078
209,789
957,817
0
D
0
1,167,111
0
—1,388,457
7,990,882
285,854
8,276,736

13,136,749
0
645,066
1,006,715
383,306
165,381
2,361
455,932
2,144,818
0
0
0
2,256,813
0
—3,391,888
16,805,253
800,036
17,605,289

2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINOERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE I TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION IN& SUMNER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADENIC ENHANCEHENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLENENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIN. ADJNT (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG IMCEMT
TOTAL

22.525,629
0
0
1,027,312
730,330
398,586
87,241
454,477
2,356,610
0
0
0
1,155,461
91,039
—4,028,920
313,829
—3,715,091
25,111,594
5,583,086
30,694,680

168,194,777
0
3,335,663
3,330,938
6,997,946
1,501,283
321,564
1,419,116
17,271,496
0
0
0
7,048,331
0
—12,584,459
5,077,599
—7,506,860
201,914,254
15,403,271
217.317,525

60,346,048
6,708,262
1,164,350
2,290,082
2,783,992
490,473
108,450
561,413
6,862,373
0
0
2,459,141
7,350,865
0
—7,251,027
1,396,010
—5,855,01?
85,270,432
5,826,586
91,097,018

188,861
0
0
58,048
0
0
0
4,524
46,504
0
0
0
50,000
0
—72,145
31,022
—41,123
306,814
11,721
318.535

5,937,210
0
0
890,387
357,570
151,875
17,116
204,394
1.075,446
0
0
0
1,167,111
0
—1,388,457
102,255
—1,286,202
8,514,907
409,168
8,924,075

.13,176,159
0
673,254
1,308,105
695,212
212,893
20,849
464,205
2,934,573
0
257,216
0
2,256,813
0
—3,391,888
708,075
—2,683,813
19,315,466
1,136,192
20,451,658

$ GIG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
X DIG TOTAL AID

843 419
92.sa

12,295 744
4.00

9,271 041
11.33

35 419
ñ.51

64? 339
t.82

2,846 369

$ GIG 11/0 BLDG, REORG BLDG AID
I GIG N/0 BLDG. REORG BLDG AID

791 412
3.25

9,161 329
.75

9,409 588
192.40

35 419

524 025
4.56

2,510 213
LL.94

HOD ED: 01818
COUNTY

DB ED: 01818

SUFFOLK

-

STATE OF NEW YORK

ii.os

SA ED:

181

PY ED:

296

2013—14 STATE AID PROJECTIONS

03/22/13

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PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF 2012—13 AND 2013—14 AIDS PAYABLE UNDER SECTION 3609 PLUS OTHER AIDS
DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION IN& SUMNER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELININATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCEMT
TOTAL

580701
SHELTER ISLAND

580801
SMITHTDNN

580805
KINGS PARK

580901
REMSENBURG

580902
NESTHANPTON BE

580903
Q’JCGUE

24,462,489
0
0
1,684,499
1,112,480
654,197
118,249
921,867
5,831,827
0
0
0
1.934,010
0
—6,301,470
30,418,148
7,908,905
38,327,053

10,248,616
0
0
679.304
224,519
129,544
31,152
322,684
1,667,727
0
0
0
859,400
26,017
—2,397,191
11,791,772
1,668,846
13,460,618

287,289
0
35,100
44,440
0
0
0
21,929
35,573
0
0
0
147,522
1,864
—110,217
463,500
0
463,500

1,389,511
0
63,180
153,662
47,253
11,76?
0
95,937
70,530
0
0
0
234,417
1,830
—434,616
1,633,471
8,565
1,642,036

195,434
0
0
32,266
0
0
0
4,783
14,932
0
0
0
50.000
4,495
—62,685
239,225
7,546
246,771

355,852
0
0
43,898
3,914
7,989
0
20,133
13,650
0
0
0
100,000
0
—115,931
49,850
—66,081
479,355
42,375
521,730

24,535,876
0
0
1,909,933
1,094,026
640,812
117,554
894,987
5,908,816
0
0
0
1,934,010
0
—6,301,470
392,028
—5,909,442
31,126,572
8,004,910
39,131,482

10,279.361
0
0
809,206
654,511
211,850
33,106
319,674
1,790,653
0
0
0
859,400
26,01?
—2,397,191
150,232
—2,246,959
12,736,819
1,715,569
14,452,388

288,150
0
37,800
39,123
9,659
0
0
28,472
28,523
0
0
0
147,522
1,864
—110,217
47,393
—62,824
518,289
0
518,289

1,393,679
0
63,180
162,273
46,125
20,285
0
94,280
94,895
0
0
0
234,417
1,830
—434,616
100,0-DC
—334,616
1,776,348
10,388
1,786,736

196,020
0
0
27,366
0
0
0
9.849
20,507
0
0
0
50,000
4,495
—62,685
26.954
—35,731
272,506
7,545
280,051

$ CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
I CHG TOTAL AID

70 747
1L69

804 429
.io

991 770
t.ai

54 789
11.82

144 700
4.81

33 280
13.49

$ CHG N/0 BLDG. REORG BLDG AID
I CHG N/C BLOC, REORG BLDG AID

63997
lê.41

708 424
92.33

945 047
4.oi

54789
11.82

142 877
4.75

33281
13.91

2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
EULLDAYKCONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKIIWERGARTEH
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION ItL St**4ER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACACENIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL P1)8 EXCESS COST
GAP ELININ. AD.D4T (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELININATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING 4 BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

354,788
0
0
43,387
5,362
9,146
0
5,740
12,866
0
0
0
100,000
0
—115,931
415,358
35,625
450,983

.

HOD ED: 01818
COUNTY

DB ED: 0181B

STATE OF HEN YORK

SUFFOLK

SA ED:

181

PV ED:

296

03/22/13

2013—14 STATE AID PROJECTIONS

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PRELIMINARY ESTINATE OF 2012—13 AND 2013—14 AIDS PAYABLE UNDER SECTION 3609 PLUS OTHER AIDS
DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT NAME
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEM
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE 6 TECHNOLOGY
SOFTMARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION IMft SUMNER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELININATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

580905
HAMPTON BAYS

580906
SOUTHAMPTON

580909
BRIDGEHAMPTON

580912
EASTPORT—SOUTH

580913
TUCKAHOE COMMa

580917
EAST QUOGUE

3,273,776
0
89,100
275,901
143,520
22,231
0
169,928
288,637
0
0
0
581,735
0
—860,441
3,984,387
124,482
4,108,869

1,464,056
0
102,600
288,675
65,816
54,239
0
131,833
188,178
0
0
0
119,010
4,890
—494,176
1,925,121
376,394
2,301,515

447,194
0
0
114,588
3,873
0
0
13,331
37,434
0
0
0
50,000
0
—118,777
547,643
16,232
563,875

16,782,808
0
129,720
893,660
527,663
151,800
48,091
302,781
1,811,100
0
0
0
401,277
117,918
—2,548,039
18,618,779
10,800,140
29,418,919

432,304
0
54,000
58.923
14,598
0
0
37,863
62,414
0
0
0
287,815
15,263
—184,403
778,757
49,484
828,241

747,399
0
0
104,137
32,558
0
0
35,644
85,473
0
0
0
133,715
0
—243,233
895,693
4,289
899,982

3,283,597
0
89,100
282,739
159,537
24,431
0
172,814
341,610
0
0
0
581,735
0
—860,441
100,000
—760,441
4,175,122
124,481
4,299,603

1,468,448
0
102,600
302,752
61,324
54,579
0
133,031
211,284
0
0
0
119,010
4,890
—494,176
100,000
—394,176
2,063,742
381,120
2,444,862

448,535
0
0
108,709
5,532
0
0
14,290
26,416
0
0
0
50,000
0
—118,777
51,074
—67,703
585,779
20,516
606,295

16,833,156
0
129,720
1,044,463
745,947
242,558
50,329
300,930
1,921,760
0
0
0
894,355
117,918
—2,548,039
528,244
—2,019,795
20,261,341
12,353,856
32,615,197

433,600
0
54,000
57,731
24,412
48,147
0
40,231
64,886
0
0
0
287,815
15,263
—184,403
79,293
—105,110
920,975
32,252
953,227

749,641
0
0
111,308
36,209
0
0
34,732
89,375
0
0
0
133,715
0
—243,233
100,000
—143,233
1,011,747
44,289
1,056,036

S CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
% CHG TOTAL AID

190 734
4.64

143 347
.23

42 420
t.52

3,196 278
16.86

124 986
lê.09

156 054
1t.34

S CKG M/O 8LDG, REORG BLDG AID

190 735
4.79

138 621
t.20

38 136
.96

1,642 562
A.82

142 218
1A.26

116 054
ü.96

2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKIMDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL SUMNER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIOMAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIHIN. ADJMT (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

% CHG M/0 8LDG, REORG BLDG AID

HOD ED: 01818
COUNTY

DB ED: 01818

STATE OF MEN YORK

SUFFOLK

SA ED:

181

PY ED:

296

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2013—14 STATE AID PROJECTIONS

PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF 2012—13 AND 2013—14 AIDS PAYABLE UNDER SECTION 3609 PLUS OTHER AIDS
DISTRICT CODE
DISTRICT MANE
2012—13 BASE YEAR AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL SUtRIER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADENIC ENHANCEMENT
HIGN TAX AID
SUPPLEMENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL
2013—14 ESTIMATED AIDS:
FOUNDATION AID
FULL DAY K CONVERSION
UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN
BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES
HIGH COST EXCESS COST
PRIVATE EXCESS COST
HARDWARE & TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE LIBRARY TEXTBOOK
TRANSPORtATION INtL SLB*IER
OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE
OIARTER SCHOOL TRANSITIONAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCENENT
HIGH TAX AID
SUPPLENENTAL PUB EXCESS COST
GAP ELIMIN. ADJHT (SA1213)
GEA RESTORATION
GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTNENT
SUBTOTAL
BUILDING + BLDG REORG INCENT
TOTAL

$ CHG 13—14 MINUS 12—13
% CHG TOTAL AID
S CHO M/O BLDG. REORG BLDG AID
% CHG M/0 BLDG, REORO BLDG AID

581002
OYSTERPONDS

581004
FISHERS ISLAND

581005
SOUTHOLD

581010
GREENPORT

581012
NATTITUCK—CUTC

COUNTY
TOTALS

232,239
0
D
34,302
0
0
0
2,594
16,211
0
0
0
100,000
0
—79,489
305,857
896
306.753

151,874
0
0
10,341
0
0
0
914
557
0
0
0
100,000
0
—54,293
209,393
4.138
213,531

1,173,27?
0
51,300
209,806
40,839
43,801
0
72,229
54,912
0
0
0
298,147
10.292
—387,500
1,567,103
18,328
1,585,431

1,017,419
0
0
64,913
22,127
9,886
0
45,978
14,907
0
0
0
148,016
0
—253,790
1,069,456
63,699
1,133,155

1,625,956
0
72 900
203:004
93,538
37,177
0
98,283
80,435
0
0
0
499,848
10,413
—572,594
2,148,960
315,726
2,464,686

1,207,071,955
4,260
16.893,321
56.237,756
50,325,878
15,610,094
2,607,413
20,932,585
147,867,492

232,935
0
0
30,076
0
0
0
6,871
18,893
0
0
0
100,000
0
—79,489
34,180
—45,309
343,466
896
344,362

152,329
0
5,400
10,551
0
0
0
4,964
650
0
0
0
10 0,000
0
—54.293
23,345
—30,948
242,946
4,13?
247,083

1,176,796
0
54,000
206,731
40,356
37,398
0
72,335
60,492
0
0
0
298 14?
10:292
—387,500
100,000
—287,500
1,669,04?
20,166
1,689,213

1,020,471
0
0
66,119
55,839
24,014
0
46,598
18,308
0
0
0
148,016
0
—253,790
109,129
—144,661
1,234,704
69,124
1,303,828

1,630,833
0
72,900
207,003
115,141
70,310
0
115,021
88,092
0
0
0
499,848
10,413
—572,594
100,000
—472,594
2,336,967
330,413
2,667,380

1,210,693,134
7,581,038
16,998,828
64,295,080
59,254,529
16,881,372
2,821,335
21,037,875
160,090,723

37 609
1.26

33 552
1&71

103 782
.55

170 673
1.O6

202 694
*.22

75,803,713

37 609
1.30

33 553
1.O2

101 944
L.si

165 248
1.45

188 007
A.75

70,857,056

.

25,007
3,475,384
83,394,231
1,232,000
—208,869,508
1,396,807,868
204,781,160
1.601,589,028

275,971
3,475,384
88,071,045
1,232,000
—208,869,508
23,826,118
—185,043,390
1,467,664,924
209,727,817
1,677,392,741

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