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Renton School District


2009-10 General Fund Budget
Development Update
Presented by:

Rich Moore: Assistant Superintendent: Operations

and

Tracy Patterson: Business Manager

January 11, 2010


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Agenda:

• Introduction
• Budget Priorities
• State Budget Impact
• Revenue Forecast
• Budget Expenditure Impacts
• 2010-2011 Projected Summary
• Stakeholder Feedback
• Proposed Budget Development Process
• Closing Comments
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2010-2011 Budget Priorities

• Dramatically accelerate P/K-12 achievement through


research-proven initiatives

• Support high school on-time graduation and college readiness

• Ensure safe and secure learning environments

• Meet board goal of fund balance restoration


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Scope of the Challenge

• Prolonged Recession

• Declining State Tax Revenue

• Growing 2010-2011 State Budget Deficit


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Governor’s Budget Potential Impact

• K – 4 Ratio 100% reduction


• Highly Capable program 100% reduction
• Learning Improvement Days 100% reduction
• Full Day Kindergarten 100% reduction
• I-728 100% reduction to allocation formula
• Middle School Vocational program 100% reduction
• I – 732 Suspended
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Potential Impact of 2010-2011 Governor’s Budget


K-4 Allocation
Budgeted Current
Enrollment State Staff Proposed State
Grade Level FTE Allocation Staff Allocation

Kindergarten 660.50 35.14 32.36


Grade 1 – 3 3,301.80 175.66 161.79
Grade 4 1,162.80 61.86 53.49
5,125.10 272.66 247.64
Difference (25.02)
Reductions from Governor’s budget
K-4 Ratio Reduction to Basic Ed Allocation ($1,685,925)
K-4 Associated NERC Reduction ($ 253,679)
TOTAL POTENTIAL IMPACT OF K-4 RATIO REDUCTION ($1,939,604)
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Potential Impact of 2010-2011 Governor’s Budget

Other Allocation Reductions


• Highly Capable ($124,278)
• Loss of One LID Day ($246,220)
• Initiative 728 ($1,318,715)
• Full Day Kindergarten ($580,509)
• Middle School Vocational ($52,231)
Subtotal Lost Funding Other Allocations ($2,321,948)

• K-4 Ratio 100% Reduction ($1,939,604)

TOTAL POTENTIAL IMPACT OF GOVERNOR’S BUDGET ($4,265,557)


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Additional Estimated Expenditure Capacity Needs

Estimates Only
• 1% COLA District wide $1,100,250
• Opening Honeydew $1,000,000
• Utilities $400,000
• Increase to TRS, PERS, SERS Rates $300,000
• H/R Admin/Overload Costs $379,200
• Special Ed School Contracts Transp $125,000
• Increase Health Insurance $100,000
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Additional Estimated Expenditure Capacity Needs

Estimates Only

• Increase General Liability Ins. $100,000


• Increase Retiree Subsidy $ 96,000
• Increase Legal/Audit Fees $ 50,000

Total Estimated Capacity Needs $3,650,450


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2010-2011 Estimated Revenue Forecast


Estimates Only

• Enrollment – Estimated 100 FTE Increase $ 500,000


• Local Levy Collection $ 599,168
• Other Small State Increases
• Basic Ed Programs $ 15,476
• Special Education $ 1,695
• Transportation Operations $ 1,739
• Learning Assistance Programs $ 451

Total Anticipated Revenue Increases $1,118,529


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2010-2011 Revenue Projection Summary

Estimates Only

• 2009 Budgeted Revenues $137,094,040


• Add: New Revenues $ 1,118,529
• Less: State Revenue Reductions ($ 4,265,557)

Total Projected Revenues $133,947,012


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2010-2011 Expenditure Projection Summary

Estimates Only

• 2009 Budgeted Expenditures $135,604,526


• Additional Capacity Needs $ 3,650,450

Total Projected Expenditures $139,254,976


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2010-2011 Budget Summary


Estimates Only

Anticipated Revenues $133,947,012


Anticipated Expenditures ($139,254,976)

Subtotal ($ 5,307,964)
Fund Balance Restoration $ 800,000

Needed to Balance ($ 6,107,964)


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2009 Survey Results – 5 Most Important

1. Protect the benefits of smaller class size


2. Maintain safety and security students and staff
3. Maintain efforts to attract and retain high quality staff
4. Seek opportunities for increased revenues
5. Ensure that long range impacts of decisions considered
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2009 Survey Results – 5 Least Important

1. Communication tools such as newsletters and printed


calendars
2. Transportation for optional programs
3. Transportation for extra-curricular activities
4. Community services such as theaters, swimming pools, and
stadiums
5. Transportation for high school students
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2010-2011 Budget Development Timelines

• 1-11-2010 Legislature Convenes


• 1-11-2010 Budget Worksheets Distributed
• 1-27-2010 Budget Worksheets Return Deadline
• 1-29-2010 Develop Reduction Plan
• 2-10-2010 School Board Budget Study Session
• 2-13-2010 Enrollment Projections Complete
• 2-22-2010 Community Budget Meetings- (3) 1 per Svc Area
• 3-01-2010 Budget Update Leadership Team
• 3-15-2010 Staffing Allocation Plan
• 3-15-2010 Finalize Boundary Review Plan
• 3-31-2010 Finalize Reduction Plan
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2010-2011 Budget Development Timelines

• 3-31-2010 Staffing Plan Complete


• 4-23-2010 Legislature Adjourns
• 5-26-2010 School Board Budget Study Session
• 6-30-2010 Preliminary Budget Plan Presented
to the School Board
• 7-10-2010 Draft Budget Due to OSPI
• 8-25-2010 Formal Adoption of Budget

COMMENTS??? QUESTIONS????