Easthampton Public Schools

FY 2015 Proposed Budget

Easthampton Public Schools Mission Statement and Core Values
Mission Statement
The Easthampton Public School System is committed to providing an excellent education for all students. Educational excellence will be achieved when each student can demonstrate lifelong learning skills. Lifelong learners are competent in reading, writing, quantitative reasoning and analysis, and are able to solve problems using both print and electronic media as resources. Lifelong learners can communicate clearly and effectively in both private and public forums. All members of the school community are expected to strive toward lifelong learning. To create lifelong learners, the Easthampton Public School System pledges to teach each student at the student’s point of need. To meet this goal, the Easthampton School Committee will provide, to the best of its ability, the resources required so that all members of the school community – students, parents, teachers, administrators, and staff – can work together to produce a learning environment that meets each student’s needs.

Core Values
Respect: All members of the school community must show respect for themselves and for each other. Respect will help each person realize individual potential, understand differences, and value common beliefs. Equality: All students have an equal right to a quality education in which their academic and social growth is nurtured by effective teaching in a supportive environment. Achievement: All students are expected to achieve and demonstrate the skills necessary for lifelong learning. Students must be challenged and expected to meet those challenges. Teachers and administrators are expected to achieve and demonstrate improved educational outcomes. Community: All members of the community – students, parents, teachers, administrators, staff, and townspeople – share the responsibility of working together to produce the environment necessary for educational excellence. Honor: The Easthampton Public School System will conduct its educational mission with honor and integrity, which deserves public respect, esteem, and support. Diversity: All members of the school community will work toward actively challenging prejudice, stereotyping, bias, racism, and sexism, as well as the personal and institutional behaviors that perpetuate them.

Easthampton Public Schools Strategic Plan 2011-2014
Vision
The Easthampton Public Schools provide high quality staff, rich educational experiences, state of the art resources, and a collaborative environment that includes students, families, and community. All students are partners in their education. They think critically, analyze information, problem-solve and apply their knowledge in varied contexts. Students communicate effectively using mathematical thinking, oral and written language, and technology. Easthampton Public School students are prepared for success in college and career and are responsible, contributing members of a global community.

Theory of Action
If we effectively use resources, promote teacher excellence, align district curriculum, utilize diverse instructional strategies, and monitor student progress, then we will dramatically improve student achievement and close the achievement gap.

Strategic Objectives
Student Achievement Educator Excellence We will improve student performance and close the We will develop educator excellence that achievement gap. provides quality instruction to meet diverse student needs. Resource Alignment We will direct financial, human, time, and community resources to effectively meet District objectives.

Initiatives
1. Build a continuum of math instruction K-12. Partially Completed – A continuum exists K-6 and 7-12 but is not in place 5-8. 2. Build a continuum of writing instruction K-12. Not Completed – an area of focus for 2013-2014. 3. Develop and implement common assessments. Partially Completed – an area of focus for 20132014. 4. Analyze data from a variety of assessments to inform instruction. Partially Completed – an area of focus for 20132014. 5. Assess and redesign intervention strategies and expand alternative programming for all students. Partially Completed 6. Assess current transition practices and ensure systems are in place to support students and families. Completed – transitions programs exist in Kindergarten, grade 4, grade 6, and grade 9. 1. Review common components of unit and lesson planning and align with state evaluation system. Completed – components have been identified and aligned with the Educator Evaluation System. 2. Use data from formative and summative assessments to identify student need and drive instructional practice. Partially Completed – data from formative and summative assessments is used throughout the district but not with consistency. 3. Develop systems to collect and analyze data. Partially Completed – data teams have been formed; additional training on data team work will occur summer 2013; district is piloting Edwin, the DESE data system. 4. Create a professional development plan that aligns with strategic objectives. Completed

1. Assess alignment of current resources and allocate all resources to support strategic objectives. Ongoing through budget building process 2. Identify needs and secure additional resources to support strategic objectives. Ongoing through application and acquisition of grant funds; 2012 override 3. Engage stakeholders to expand educational opportunities for all students. New 4. Examine time as a resource to maximize its efficient and effective use. New

Revised 8/12/2013

Easthampton Public Schools Strategic Plan 2011-2014

Strategic Objectives
Student Achievement We will improve student performance and close the achievement gap. Educator Excellence We will develop educator excellence that provides quality instruction to meet diverse student needs. 5. Explore ways to enhance collaboration among all district educators to improve student achievement. Ongoing – time for collaboration has been provided through schedule revisions, use of substitute teachers, use of faculty meetings. 6. Develop and implement a district-wide teacher and administrator evaluation system aligned with state evaluation standards. Completed 7. Develop and implement district-wide hiring protocols. New 8. Redesign new teacher induction program to support and retain high quality staff. New 9. Redefine walkthrough practices to align with strategic objectives and the Educator Evaluation System. New Resource Alignment We will direct financial, human, time, and community resources to effectively meet District objectives.

Initiatives Continued
7. Integrate the use of twenty-first century skills in curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Partially Completed – new technology at the high school has led to increased ability to integrate 21st century skills. Technology is integrated into other schools as funding allows. 8. Provide safe and supportive school environments. Completed – support from behavior interventionists is now provided at all schools; Responsive Classroom and Developmental Designs at the elementary and middle school levels; school-wide positive behavioral support programs in the elementary schools; Second Step program K8; bullying prevention training; locks for elementary and MS classroom doors; new high school 9. Vertically align curriculum K-12 with the Common Core. Partially Completed – curriculum alignment will be completed in 2013-2014. 10. Expand opportunities for enrichment for all students. New 11. Empower students to become partners in their learning. New

Revised 8/12/2013

Easthampton Public Schools Executive Summary

The FY2015 budget being recommended to the School Committee is $18,138,327, which represents an increase of 6% from the FY2014 School Committee’s approved budget. Of this amount, $16,668,484 is being requested from the City. The Superintendent’s proposed budget will allow the School Department to maintain the personnel, services, and programs currently available in FY2014.

The budget process began with building administrators and school councils examining current programs and services and making recommendations to the Superintendent based on identified needs in the district aligned with the District Strategic Plan. As staff positions, programs, and resources have been eliminated over the years due to insufficient funds available for a level service budget, and as there are newly elected city councilors, school committee members, and a new mayor, everyone involved in the budget building process believed it was important to paint a picture of the resources that are needed to remain competitive with neighboring school districts and charter schools in continuing to provide a high quality educational program for Easthampton’s children. Administrators were asked to develop a needs-based budget, and as a result of that process, a list of additional requests, above a level service budget, was created and is included in this budget book. The requests represent a partial restoration of what has been lost over the years as well as additional resources needed to meet current needs. These requests are not included in the Superintendent’s Level Service request. This is not because they are not needed, for they are in fact the personnel and resources necessary to support the vision of education in Easthampton held by the School Department, the School Committee, and the families of our students past and present. They are not included due to the School Department’s understanding from the Mayor of the limited resources available to the City of Easthampton for FY2015.

The limited resources available to communities in Massachusetts and their schools, and a steady increase in unfunded mandates imposed on school districts by the state, has made it ever more difficult to maintain what was once in place in our schools. Anything less than a level service budget will necessitate additional reductions in what is available to the students and families of Easthampton.

Easthampton Public Schools FY15 Needs-Based Requests
REQUEST
.6 to 1.0 HS Drama Grade 5 Teacher MS World Language Teacher MS Reading Teacher/Coach (1) MS Math Teacher/Coach (2) MS Assistant Principal to full time Grade 2 Teacher Elem Reading Teacher/Coach (2) Elem Math Teacher/Coach (2) Elem Behavior Interventionist Elem ELL Teacher Elementary Assistant Principal to full time Paraprofessionals (4) School Psychologist (2) Technology Support Position Maintenance/Custodian Position Additional Sped Teachers at each level (3) Summer hours for HS Guidance Staff Textbooks (science, social studies, math) Elem, MS, HS Athletics Technology Supplies Expenses SPED Materials and Contracted Services SPED Contracted Services (Medical) TOTAL

JUSTIFICATION
Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration/Needs-based Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration/Needs-based Needs-based Restoration Needs-based Restoration Needs-based Needs-based Restoration Needs-based Restoration Restoration/Needs-based Needs-based Needs-based – Elem Classrooms; Phone System Restoration Needs-based – HS license renewals; graduation; testing Needs-based Needs-based

COST
$17,807 55,000 55,000 55,000 110,000 10,000 55,000 110,000 110,000 55,000 55,000 10,000 72,000 110,000 20,000 38,000 165,000 9,456 20,000 18,000 15,000 28,316 25,100 42,500 71,000 $1,332,179

Easthampton Public Schools Enrollment Comparison
2011-2012
Grade Early Childhood Kindergarten Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Grade 13 Enrollment 49 117 111 147 116 116 143 117 113 123 124 118 106 99 3 Average Class Size

2012-2013
Enrollment 52 132 108 111 150 120 119 141 109 113 121 120 109 104 3 Average Class Size

2013-2014
Enrollment 40 122 133 111 106 149 113 129 141 105 120 113 117 114 2 Average Class Size

2014-2015
Projected Enrollment 52 est. 120 122 133 111 106 149 113 129 141 105 120 113 117

19.5 18.5 24.5 19.33 19.33 23.83 23.4 22.6 24.6

22 21.6 22.2 25 20 23.8 23.5 21.8 22.6

20.33 22.16 22.2 21.2 24.83 22.6 25.8 23.5 21

Total

1602

1612

1615

1631

Easthampton Public Schools Charter School / School Choice Information

Charter Out
Student FTE's FY2014 FY2013 FY2012 FY2011 FY2010 FY2009 FY2008 FY2007 FY2006 FY2005 FY2004 FY2003 60 58 51 55 48 42 38 35 33 28.6 32 28 Cost $533,126 $475,926 $434,060 $388,403 $490,159 $412,497 $366,292 $317,127 $300,359 $233,809 $243,072 $207,032

Choice Out
Student FTE's 186 189 194 197 211 192 180 197 200 197.1 179.4 134.1 Cost $1,145,878 $1,127,357 $1,141,213 $1,172,061 $1,237,450 $1,126,387 $1,005,639 $1,119,193 $1,082,415 $1,084,252 $1,093,858 $652,031 Total City Assessment $1,679,004 $1,603,283 $1,575,273 $1,560,464 $1,727,609 $1,538,884 $1,371,931 $1,436,320 $1,382,774 $1,318,061 $1,336,930 $243,072

Choice In
Student FTE's
74 68 66 61 64 90 96 89 79.69 68.6 58.7 54

Tuition Receipts $409,843 $366,380 $361,461 $323,374 $352,573 $497,929 $514,633 $479,084 $421,360 $340,061 $293,134 $226,485

Easthampton Public Schools Budget History – School Department Appropriation

Fiscal Year
2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2009 2008 2007 2006

Budget
$15,305.581 $15,005,400 $14,718,000 $14,730,000 $14,795.000 $14,959,963* $15,329,963** $14,935,584 $14,260,000 $13,370,000

Increase/Decrease
$300,181 $287,400 ($112,000) $35,000 ($535,000) ($370,000) $394,379 $675,584 $890,000 $150,452

%Diff
2.0% 1.9% -.076% .24% -3.5% -2.4% 2.6% 4.7% 6.7% 1%

*Mid-year reduced budget. **Original budget

Easthampton Public Schools Programmatic Impact Over 5 Years
From FY10 to FY14 reductions in funding from level service requests have had a cumulative impact of $4,999,673 on educational programming. Fiscal Year FY14 Budget (Requested) $15,614,811 High School .5 Metal Shop Teacher .5 Math Teacher Textbooks/Materials Instructional Equipment Guidance Summer Work Supplies Principal Contracted Services FY13 $15,702,123 High School 1 English Teacher Budget (Approved) $15,305,581 Middle School 1 Classroom Teacher .5 Secretary Tutor School Psych – Summer Technology Hardware Testing Supplies Increase/Decrease (From Req. to Approved) ($310,230) Elementary Schools 2 Adjustment Counselors District Curriculum Funds Technology Maintenance

Reductions by School Level

$15,005,400 Middle School 1 World Language Teacher Asst. Principal Reduced to .8

($600,723) Elementary Schools 1 Grade 1 Teacher 1 Grade 2 Teacher 1 Reading Teacher 1 ELL Teacher District .5 School Psychologist 1 Custodian Significant Reductions: Textbooks & Supplies Technology Support Tutors After School Programs Summer Hours for Guidance/Psychologist

Reductions by School Level

FY12

$16,004,426 High School .5 Metal Shop Teacher .5 Math Teacher .5 Guidance Counselor Library Para Reduced to .6 Secretary Reduced to .8

$14,718,000 Middle School 1 Custodian Secretary Reduced to .8

($1,286,426) Elementary Schools 1 Reading Teacher 1 Special Education Teacher District 1 Enrichment Teacher 1 Special Education Teacher Parsons School Closed AP Secretary Reduced to .8

Reductions by School Level

Easthampton Public Schools Programmatic Impact Over 5 Years
FY11

Re-Instatements
Edu Jobs and SFSF Funds enabled the district to put these 5 of the 17 positions eliminated in FY10:

$16,111,000 $14,682,726* ($1,428,274) *(Original Approved was $14,830,000 reduction due to SFSF grant received) High School Middle School Elementary Schools .5 Guidance Counselor 1 Focus Room Para 1 Grade 2 Teacher .5 Guidance Counselor 4 Kindergarten Paras

District Tech Support ($10,000) 1 Autism Para MS/ELEM Tutors ($20,000)

FY10

$16,089,020 High School 1 Science Teacher .5 Social Studies Teacher .5 Drama Teacher .5 Guidance Counselor

$14,795,020 Middle School 2 Classroom Teachers 1 Math Specialist .5 Guidance Counselor Tutors

($1,294,020) Elementary Schools 1 Classroom Teacher 1 Literacy Specialist Tutors District 2 Special Education Teachers 7 Paraprofessionals Significant Reductions: Computer Technician Hours Secretary Hours $100,000 in Textbooks, Supplies, and Materials Increases In: Bus Fees Athletic Fees Building Use Fees

Reductions by School Level

Easthampton Public Schools Grant Descriptions
FUND CODE 240 IDEA
The purpose of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Act entitlement grant program is to provide funds to ensure that eligible students with disabilities receive a free and appropriate public education that includes special education and related services designed to meet their individual needs. The priority is to serve eligible students with special education services and activities deemed essential for student success in school. Services and activities must ensure compliance with state special education laws and regulations and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - 2004 (IDEA-2004).

GRANT DESCRIPTION

262 Special Education – Early Childhood
The Early Childhood Special Education Entitlement (ECSE) Grant provides funds to school districts and charter school districts to build capacity and to ensure that eligible 3, 4, and 5 year-old children with disabilities are appropriately identified as eligible for special education and receive developmentally appropriate special education and related services designed to meet their individual needs in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - 2004 (IDEA-2004) and Massachusetts Special Education laws and regulations.

274 Special Education - Program Improvement Title I
The purpose of this federal grant program is to fund professional development activities that will help to improve the capacity of educators to meet the diverse needs of students with disabilities.

305 Title I
Title I, as reauthorized under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB), provides supplemental resources to local school districts to assist low achieving students in high poverty schools to meet the state's challenging academic standards.

Easthampton Public Schools Grant Descriptions
FUND CODE GRANT DESCRIPTION

321 Title I: Commendation
Purpose: Schools statewide are recognized as Commendation Schools when they exit NCLB accountability status, exhibit high growth on MCAS, or narrow gaps in subgroups. The purpose of this grant is to fund regional efforts to identify and document effective practices from Commendations Schools, and disseminate those practices to Level 3 schools.

140 Title II – Part A Teacher Quality
The purpose of this federal grant program is to increase student achievement through comprehensive district initiatives that focus on the preparation, training, recruitment, and retention of highly qualified educators. These initiatives should be aligned with Massachusetts' reform efforts and should help districts meet the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) goals and requirements for highly qualified teachers and instructional paraprofessionals in Title I targeted assistance and school-wide programs, and for high-quality professional development. The goal is to improve the overall effectiveness of all educators, making those activities that focus on teacher effectiveness a high priority.

201 Race to the Top
Race to the Top (RTTT), funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009, is a new four-year U.S. Department of Education (USED) grant awarded to state education agencies that won a national competition for committing to a set of education reforms.

204 RTTT – SIF Reimbursement
The purpose of this supplemental reimbursement grant as part of the federal grant program, RTTT, is to provide reimbursements for funding used to build the Vertical Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) structure which supports the reporting of both student and staff data to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s data collection systems in near-real time. A separate application must be submitted to receive these funds when available.

Easthampton Public Schools Grant Descriptions
FUND CODE GRANT DESCRIPTION

220-E & 323-B District and School Assistance Center, DSAC, Grants
The purpose of this grant program is to support improvement in Level 3 districts, districts that were Level 3 in FY2013, and eligible Level 4 districts and their schools through participation in regionally based professional development and assistance initiatives associated with the District and School Assistance Centers (DSACs). DSAC regional assistance grants are designed to enhance district and regional capacity to plan, implement, and sustain practices to improve student performance. DSACs are aligned with the Massachusetts District Accountability and Assistance Framework.

E.L.F. Learning Enhancement Grants
Easthampton Learning Foundation offers grants to enhance the education experiences of students attending Easthampton Schools. E.L.F. is working to build an endowment, with an initial goal of one million dollars, to provide grants from its earnings. The purpose of E.L.F. grants is to make possible innovative, hands-on learning programs which otherwise would not be funded by local school budgets

400 Collaborative for Educational Services, CES, Perkins
The purpose of this federal grant is to assist school districts in improving secondary-level programs that meet the definition of career and technical education as contained in the Carl D. Perkins Career & Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 P.L.109-270 (Perkins IV). This grant is managed by the local educational collaborative.

632/625 Academic Support Grants (Secondary)
The goal of this state-funded allocation is to enhance academic support services for the following students during School Year and/or Summer programs: post 12th graders who have not met the Competency Determination required for a high school diploma; and, students in grades 8-12 (classes of 2014-2018) who scored in the Warning/Failing or Needs Improvement levels (<240) on their most recent MCAS in English Language Arts or Mathematics, and/or the Warning/Failing level (<220) on their most recent Science and Technology/Engineering MCAS.

Easthampton Public Schools Grant History

Fund

Grant

FY-11
$488,899 0 16,915 0 $505,814

FY-12
$487,152 0 16,951 18,334 $522,437

FY-13
$496,862 0 16,886 11,948 $525,696

FY-14
$481,066 2,900 0 6,850 $490,816

Special Education Grants 240 IDEA 298 Early Childhood Sped Program Improvement 262 SPED Early Childhood 274 SPED Program Improvement Total Entitlement Grants 305 Title I 140 Title II - Part A - Teacher Quality 321 Title I - Commendation Total Competitive Grants 201 Race-to-the-Top 204 Race-to-the-Top - SIF 206 Education Jobs Grant 220-E District and School Assistance 323-B District and School Assistance Total Other E.L.F. - Easthampton Learning Foundation 400 Collaborative - Perkins 632/(625) Academic Support (Summer) Total

$418,902 87,558 0 $506,460

$457,472 72,827 65,000 $595,299

$404,020 68,204 0 $472,224

$344,087 65,523 0 $409,610

$268,636 4,500 471,948 0 0 $745,084

$229,438 0 0 3,903 5,177 $238,518

$223,441 0 6,954 3,567 5,727 $239,689

$132,110 0 0 5,441 9,882 $147,433

$14,055 18,853 10,200 $43,108

$15,000 21,189 10,300 $46,489

$15,000 15,357 10,000 $40,357

$18,450 13,022 9,500 $40,972

Grand Total

$1,800,466 $1,402,743 $1,277,966 $1,088,831

Easthampton Public Schools FY11 to FY15 Budget by DESE Function Code
$14,000,000 $12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 $4,000,000 $2,000,000 $0 ADMIN FY11 ACTUAL FY12 ACTUAL FY13 ACTUAL FY14 BUDGET FY15 PROPOSED $742,134 $726,201 $799,771 $835,277 $815,277 INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES $11,496,518 $11,182,021 $11,000,525 $11,352,578 $11,580,799 OTHER SCHOOL SERVICE $448,003 $470,141 $383,026 $385,261 $405,615 TRANSPORTATION $703,126 $836,779 $749,661 $749,661 $815,323 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE $1,553,201 $1,335,206 $1,686,622 $1,639,439 $1,597,773 FIXED CHARGES $32,966 $50,506 $54,203 $54,203 $54,203 COMMUNITY SERVICES $59,145 $59,145 $60,919 $60,919 $60,919

TUITIONS TO OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS $1,856,316 $2,219,639 $2,372,390 $2,083,415 $2,808,416

Administration (1000): School committee, superintendent, business office, district-wide technology Instructional Services (2000): Teaching, curriculum and grants, professional development, paraprofessionals, classroom materials Other School Services (3000): Health services, athletics, student activities Transportation (3000): Transportation Operations and Maintenance (4000): Custodial/maintenance personnel and expenses in the building/grounds, phone system maintenance Fixed Charges (5000): Lease payments and insurance for equipment district-wide Community Services (6000): Payments to the recreation department for use of buildings and fields Tuitions (9000): Payments to special education programs, collaborative, a vocational tuition, but not choice and charter assessments

Easthampton Public Schools FY 15 Level Service Budget

Civic Activities 0.34% Fixed Charges 0.30%

Tuitions to Other Districts 15.48%

Administration 4.49%

Operations & Maintenance 8.81%

Transportation 4.50%

Other Services 2.24%

Instructional Services 63.85%

Administration Instructional Services Other Services Transportation Operations & Maintenance Fixed Charges Civic Activities Tuitions to Other Districts

FY14 $835,277 $11,352,578 $385,261 $749,661 $1,639,439 $54,203 $60,919 $2,083,415

FY15 $815,277 $11,580,799 $405,615 $815,323 $1,597,773 $54,203 $60,919 $2,808,416

Difference ($20,000) $228,221 $20354 $65,662 ($41,666) $0 $0 $725,001

Administration Instructional Services Other Services Transportation Operations & Maintenance Fixed Charges Civic Activities Tuitions to Other Districts

FY14 4.87% 66.15% 2.25% 4.37% 9.55% .32% .35% 12.14%

FY15 4.49% 63.85% 2.24% 4.50% 8.81% .30% .34% 15.48%

Easthampton Public Schools Other Funding Sources
$1,400,000.00 $1,200,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $800,000.00 $600,000.00 $400,000.00 $200,000.00 $0.00 FY11 ACTUAL FY12 ACTUAL FY13 ACTUAL FY14 BUDGET FY15 PROPOSED

School Choice $158,966.00 $66,482.00 $775,388.00 $772,173.00 $409,843.00

Circuit Breaker $100,921.00 $171,744.00 $248,751.00 $130,000.00 $120,000.00

Other Revolving $210,035.00 $236,610.00 $251,388.00 $68,000.00 $55,000.00

Grants $1,266,549.00 $1,261,898.00 $886,112.00 $885,000.00 $885,000.00

FY15 LEVEL SERVICE BY DESE FUNCTION CODE FY15 ALL FUNDS
Description: 1000 - ADMINISTRATION 2000 - INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES 3000 - OTHER SCHOOL SERVICES 3000 - TRANSPORTATION 4000 - OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 5000 - FIXED CHARGES 6000 - CIVIC ACTIVITES 9000 - TUITIONS TO OTHER DISTRICTS FY15 LEVEL SERVICE BUDGET FY14 BUDGET PROPOSED INCREASE FY15 ALL FUNDS $ 815,277.33 $ 11,580,799.48 $ 405,615.38 $ 815,323.39 $ 1,597,773.44 $ 54,202.85 $ 60,919.35 $ 2,808,415.92 $ 18,138,327.15 FY15 CITY SCHOOL CIRCUIT BUILDING TRANSPORT TUITION TITLE I TITLE IIA 94-142 EEC APPROPRIATION CHOICE BREAKER USE REV REVOLV $ 815,277.33 $ 10,765,956.48 $ 409,843.00 $ 380,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 405,615.38 $ 795,323.39 $ 20,000.00 $ 1,589,773.44 $ 8,000.00 $ 54,202.85 $ 60,919.35 $ 2,181,415.92 $ 120,000.00 $ 480,000.00 $ 27,000.00 $ 16,668,484.15 $ 409,843.00 $ 120,000.00 $ 380,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 480,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 8,000.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 27,000.00 $ 15,305,581.00 $ 1,362,903.15 8.90%

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) FY15 SUMMARY LEVEL SERVICE
FUNDING SOURCE: ALL FUNDS SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) FY15 $ % PROPOSED INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 18,138,327 977,574 6% 409,843 (362,330) -47% 120,000 (10,000) -8% 55,000 (13,000) -19% 885,000 0% 16,668,484 1,362,904 9% FY14 BUDGET 17,160,754 772,173 130,000 68,000 885,000 15,305,581 FY13 ACTUAL 17,107,117 775,388 248,751 251,388 886,112 14,945,478 FY12 ACTUAL FY11 ACTUAL 16,879,638 16,891,410 66,482 158,996 171,744 100,921 236,610 210,035 1,261,898 1,266,549 15,142,904 15,154,909

DESE FUNCTION CODE 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 9000****

FY15 $ % DESCRIPTION PROPOSED INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) ADMINISTRATION 815,277 (20,000) -2% INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES 11,580,799 228,222 2% OTHER SCHOOL SERVICES 1,220,939 86,017 7.58% OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE 1,597,773 (41,666) -3% FIXED CHARGES 54,203 0% COMMUNITY SERVICES 60,919 0% TUITIONS TO OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS 2,808,416 725,001 35% 18,138,327 977,574 5.70%

FY14 BUDGET 835,277 11,352,578 1,134,922 1,639,439 54,203 60,919 2,083,415 17,160,754

FY13 ACTUAL 799,771 11,000,525 1,132,686 1,686,622 54,203 60,919 2,372,390 17,107,117

FY12 ACTUAL FY11 ACTUAL 726,201 742,134 11,182,021 11,496,518 1,306,920 1,151,129 1,335,206 50,506 59,145 2,219,639 16,879,638 1,553,201 32,966 59,145 1,856,316 16,891,410

NOTES: 1000 - ADMINISTRATION ARE SCHOOL COMMITTEE, SUPERINTENDENT, BUSINESS OFFICE, DISTRICT-WIDE TECHNOLOGY. 2000 - INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES ARE TEACHING, CURRICULUM & GRANTS, PROF DEVELOPMENT, PARAPROFESSIONALS, & CLASSROOM MAT'LS. 3000 - OTHER SCHOOL SERVICES ARE TRANSPORTATION, HEALTH SERVICES, ATHLETICS, AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES. 4000 - OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE ARE CUSTODIAL/MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL & EXPENSES IN THE BUILDINGS/GROUNDS; PHONE SYSTEM MAINT. 5000 - FIXED CHARGES ARE LEASE PAYMENTS AND INSURANCE FOR EQUIPMENT DISTRICT-WIDE. 6000 - COMMUNITY SERVICES ARE PAYMENTS TO RECREATION DEPARTMENT FOR USE OF BUILDINGS AND FIELDS. 9000 - TUITIONS TO OTHER DISTRICTS ARE PAYMENTS TO SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS, COLLABORATIVES AND VOCATIONAL TUITION. IT IS NOT SCHOOL CHOICE AND CHARTER ASSESSMENTS. ****PARTIALLY UNFUNDED MANDATES.

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) 1000 LEVEL SERVICE DISTRICT-WIDE ADMINISTRATION
FY15 PROPOSED 815,277 10,000 805,277 $ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) (20,000) 10,000 (30,000) -2% FY14 BUDGET 835,277 835,277 FY13 ACTUAL 799,771 799,771 FY12 ACTUAL 726,201 40,000 686,201

FUNDING SOURCE: TOTAL ALL FUNDS: SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) -

FY11 ACTUAL 742,134 742,134

-3.59%

DESE FUNCTION CODE 1110 1210 1220 1230 1410 1420 1430 1435 1450

DESCRIPTION SCHOOL COMMITTEE SUPERINTENDENT ASSIST SUPER/CURR DIR OTHER ADMIN (CLERICAL) BUSINESS & FINANCE HUMAN RESOURCES & BENEFITS LEGAL SERVICES LEGAL SETTLEMENTS DISTRICT-WIDE TECHNOLOGY

FY15 PROPOSED 51,090 214,013 88,683 21,079 203,737 46,045 190,630 815,277 835,277

$ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) (20,000) (20,000) 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% -30% -2%

FY14 BUDGET 51,090 214,013 88,683 21,079 203,737 66,045 190,630 835,277 835,277

FY13 ACTUAL 37,640 209,208 81,000 21,079 199,945 56,045 194,854 799,771 799,771

FY12 ACTUAL 23,808 201,697 65,732 20,968 196,923 35,472 181,602 726,201 726,201

FY11 ACTUAL 21,717 201,131 72,158 27,474 189,385 28,628 201,641 742,134 742,134

1000 - ADMINISTRATION ARE SCHOOL COMMITTEE, SUPERINTENDENT, BUSINESS OFFICE, DISTRICT-WIDE TECHNOLOGY.

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) 2000 LEVEL SERVICE INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
FY15 PROPOSED 11,580,799 409,843 709,000 10,461,956 $ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 228,222 (362,330) (20,000) 72,600 537,952 2% -47% -100% 11% 5.42% FY14 BUDGET 11,352,578 772,173 20,000 636,400 9,924,005

FUNDING SOURCE: TOTAL ALL FUNDS: SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) -

FY13 ACTUAL FY12 ACTUAL FY11 ACTUAL 11,000,525 764,605 198,813 886,112 9,150,995 11,182,021 66,482 175,830 1,221,898 9,717,811 11,496,518 158,996 166,964 1,128,040 10,042,518

DESE FUNCTION CODE 2110 2120 2210 2220 2250 2305 2310 2315 2320 2325 2330 2340 2351 2353 2355 2357 2410 2415 2420 2430 2440 2451 2453 2455 2500 2710 2720 2800 CURRICULUM DIRS (SUPERVISORY) DEPT. HEADS (NON-SUPERVISORY) SCHOOL LEADER BUILDING SCHOOL CURR. LEADER/DEPT. HEAD BUILDING TECHNOLOGY TEACHERS - CLASSROOM TEACHERS - SPECIALIST INSTRUCTIONAL COORDINATORS MEDICAL/THERAPEUTIC SERVICES SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NON-CLERICAL/PARAS/INSTRL ASSTS. LIBRARIAN/MEDIA CTR. DIRECTORS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LEADER TEACHER/INSTR STAFF PD DAYS SUBSTITUTES FOR PD DAYS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT STIPENDS TEXTBOOKS & RELATED SOFTWARE MAT'LS OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT GENERAL SUPPLIES OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL HARDWARE INSTRUCTIONAL SOFTWARE LIBRARIAN/MEDIA CTR. DIRECTORS GUIDANCE/ADJUSTMENT COUNSELORS TESTING AND ASSESSMENT PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

DESCRIPTION

FY15 PROPOSED 211,540 894,686 20,826 2,838 8,051,170 29,339 234,000 120,000 836,971 62,542 8,619 34,680 37,380 43,609 34,287 92,143 14,447 36,945 475 5,230 3,800 550,597 4,275 250,401 11,580,799

$ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 808 700 66,889 (3,036) 40,000 60,385 924 1 825 2,181 (1,850) (2,660) (2,750) 9,762 56,043 228,222 0% 0% 0% 33% 1% -9% 0% 50% 8% 1% 0% 0% 0% 2% 0% 2% -11% -7% 0% -34% 0% 2% 0% 29% 2%

FY14 BUDGET 211,540 893,878 20,826 2,138 7,984,280 32,375 234,000 80,000 776,586 61,618 8,619 34,680 37,379 42,784 34,287 89,962 16,297 39,605 475 7,980 3,800 540,835 4,275 194,358 11,352,578

FY13 ACTUAL FY12 ACTUAL FY11 ACTUAL 208,194 918,343 20,220 2,138 7,762,701 32,375 245,000 80,000 734,875 56,656 8,619 34,680 37,379 42,784 34,287 100,600 16,297 39,605 475 7,980 3,800 523,128 4,275 86,112 11,000,525 161,205 861,376 18,131 402 7,910,606 23,423 330,397 171,893 777,101 55,819 17,674 33,812 40,958 5,077 63,534 1,478 31,450 1,085 4,230 485,066 4,050 183,254 11,182,021 201,620 882,140 20,325 1,500 7,934,578 33,600 339,915 92,893 724,478 51,065 146,375 60,465 43,697 20,137 118,625 57,407 38,925 42 6,234 5,195 526,056 2,910 188,337 11,496,518

2000 - INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES ARE TEACHING, CURRICULUM & GRANTS, PROF DEVELOPMENT, PARAPROFESSIONALS, & CLASSROOM MAT'LS.

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) 3000 LEVEL SERVICE OTHER SCHOOL SERVICES
FY15 PROPOSED 1,220,939 20,000 1,200,939 $ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 86,017 (8,000) 94,017 8% FY14 BUDGET 1,134,922 28,000 1,106,922 FY13 ACTUAL 1,132,686 10,783 52,575 1,069,328 FY12 ACTUAL 1,306,920 60,780 1,246,140

FUNDING SOURCE: TOTAL ALL FUNDS: SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) -

FY11 ACTUAL 1,151,129 37,462 1,113,667

-29% 8.49%

DESE FUNCTION CODE 3100 3200 3300 3400 3510 3520 3600

DESCRIPTION ATTENDANCE & PARENT LIAISION SERVICES MEDICAL/HEALTH SERVICES TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOOD SERVICES ATHLETICS OTHER STUDENT ACTIVITIES SCHOOL SECURITY

FY15 PROPOSED 212,204 815,323 20,000 134,814 38,597 1,220,939

$ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 9,577 65,663 10,777 86,017 5% 9% 0% 9% 0% 8%

FY14 BUDGET 202,627 749,661 20,000 124,037 38,597 1,134,922

FY13 ACTUAL 204,827 749,661 20,000 120,737 37,462 1,132,686

FY12 ACTUAL 5,042 206,568 836,779 38,069 194,545 25,917 1,306,920

FY11 ACTUAL 3,692 201,802 703,126 20,000 191,795 30,714 1,151,129

3000 - OTHER SCHOOL SERVICES ARE TRANSPORTATION, HEALTH SERVICES, ATHLETICS, AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES.

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) 4000 LEVEL SERVICE OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE
FY15 PROPOSED 1,597,773 8,000 1,589,773 $ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) (41,666) (12,000) (29,666) -3% FY14 BUDGET 1,639,439 20,000 1,619,439 FY13 ACTUAL 1,686,622 1,686,622 FY12 ACTUAL 1,335,206 1,335,206

FUNDING SOURCE: TOTAL ALL FUNDS: SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) -

FY11 ACTUAL 1,553,201 5,609 1,547,592

-60% -1.83%

DESE FUNCTION CODE 4110 4120 4130 4210 4220 4225 4230 4300 4400 4450

DESCRIPTION CUSTODIAL SERVICES HEATING OF BUILDINGS UTILITY SERVICES MAINTENANCE OF GROUNDS MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS BUILDING SECURITY SYSTEM MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE NETWORKING & TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY MAINTENANCE

FY15 PROPOSED 758,851 340,554 278,215 8,075 119,795 2,233 32,351 57,700 1,597,773

$ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 3,204 (44,870) (41,666) 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% -44% -3%

FY14 BUDGET 755,647 340,554 278,215 8,075 119,795 2,233 32,351 102,570 1,639,439

FY13 ACTUAL 762,487 359,037 288,075 8,075 119,795 2,233 32,351 114,570 1,686,622

FY12 ACTUAL 641,192 216,452 257,069 10,454 84,738 376 21,736 103,189 1,335,206

FY11 ACTUAL 700,949 307,635 270,545 7,710 115,844 2,070 18,169 130,280 1,553,201

4000 - OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE ARE CUSTODIAL/MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL & EXPENSES IN THE BUILDINGS/GROUNDS; PHONE SYSTEM MAINT.

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) 5000 LEVEL SERVICE FIXED CHARGES
FY15 PROPOSED 54,203 54,203 $ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 0% FY14 BUDGET 54,203 54,203 FY13 ACTUAL 54,203 54,203 FY12 ACTUAL 50,506 50,506

FUNDING SOURCE: TOTAL ALL FUNDS: SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) -

FY11 ACTUAL 32,966 32,966

0.00%

DESE FUNCTION CODE 5100 5200 5250 5260 5300 5350 5400 5450 5500

DESCRIPTION EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS INSURANCE - ACTIVE EMPLOYEES INSURANCE - RETIRED EMPLOYEES OTHER NON-EMPLOYEE INSURANCE RENTAL/LEASE - EQUIPMENT RENTAL/LEASE - BUILDINGS SHORT TERM INTEREST BANs SHORT TERM INTEREST OTHER FIXED CHARGES

FY15 PROPOSED 20,000 11,351 22,852 54,203

$ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 0% 0% 0%

FY14 BUDGET 20,000 11,351 22,852 54,203

FY13 ACTUAL 20,000 11,351 22,852 54,203

FY12 ACTUAL 11,606 38,900 50,506

FY11 ACTUAL 11,258 21,708 32,966

0%

5000 - FIXED CHARGES ARE LEASE PAYMENTS AND INSURANCE FOR EQUIPMENT DISTRICT-WIDE.

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) 6000 LEVEL SERVICE CIVIC ACTIVITIES
FY15 PROPOSED 60,919 60,919 $ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 0% FY14 BUDGET 60,919 60,919 FY13 ACTUAL 60,919 60,919 FY12 ACTUAL 59,145 59,145

FUNDING SOURCE: TOTAL ALL FUNDS: SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) -

FY11 ACTUAL 59,145 59,145

0.00%

DESE FUNCTION CODE 6200 6300 6800 6900

DESCRIPTION CIVIC ACTIVITES RECREATION HEALTH-NON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION- NON PUBLIC

FY15 PROPOSED 15,527 45,392 60,919

$ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 0% 0%

FY14 BUDGET 15,527 45,392 60,919

FY13 ACTUAL 15,527 45,392 60,919

FY12 ACTUAL 5,210 53,935 59,145

FY11 ACTUAL 15,075 44,070 59,145

0%

6000 - COMMUNITY SERVICES ARE PAYMENTS TO RECREATION DEPARTMENT FOR USE OF BUILDINGS AND FIELDS.

EASTHAMPTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY15 BUDGET PROPOSAL - ALL FUNDS (FY11 TO FY15) 9000 LEVEL SERVICE TUITION TO OTHER DISTRICTS
FY15 PROPOSED 2,808,416 120,000 27,000 166,000 2,495,416 $ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 725,001 (10,000) 27,000 (82,600) 790,601 35% -8% -33% 46.37% FY14 BUDGET 2,083,415 130,000 248,600 1,704,815 FY13 ACTUAL 2,372,390 248,751 2,123,639 FY12 ACTUAL 2,219,639 171,744 2,047,895

FUNDING SOURCE: TOTAL ALL FUNDS: SCHOOL CHOICE CIRCUIT BREAKER OTHER REVOLVING ACCOUNTS FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS LOCAL APPROPRIATION (REQUEST) -

FY11 ACTUAL 1,856,316 100,921 138,509 1,616,886

DESE FUNCTION CODE

DESCRIPTION 9100 TUITION TO MASS SCHOOLS 9300 NON-PUBLIC TUITIONS 9400 COLLABORATIVE TUITIONS

FY15 PROPOSED 1,209,769 1,500,000 98,647 2,808,416

$ % INCR/(DECR) INCR/(DECR) 67,544 652,760 4,697 725,001 6% 77% 5% 35%

FY14 BUDGET 1,142,225 847,240 93,949 2,083,415

FY13 ACTUAL 1,142,225 1,136,215 93,949 2,372,390

FY12 ACTUAL 877,761 1,317,028 24,850 2,219,639

FY11 ACTUAL 842,057 992,276 21,983 1,856,316

9000 - TUITIONS TO OTHER DISTRICTS ARE PAYMENTS TO SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS, COLLABORATIVES AND VOCATIONAL TUITION. IT IS NOT SCHOOL CHOICE AND CHARTER ASSESSMENTS.

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