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10=1 Project Name1=122840

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10=2 Project Namej=122823

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SEMI (Special Education Medicaid Incentive)


Prngram
Projected SEMI Revenue:

Amo~nt

34,971

Estimated Medicaid Eligible!Special Education Student Count:

86

District has approved waiver:

No

90% of Projected SEMI Revenue:


Phase~in

31,474

plan for maximizing parental consent was prepared by the district:

Revenue reduction analysis was prepared by district:


Districts may budget more than the 90% projected amount; if'Yes' here then district budgeted more and entered this amount on the next line below.
Alternate Revenue Projection:

No
No
No
0

Entry above for waiver or alternative revenue projection has been reviewed and approved by ECS or ECSBA:

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District Status Above, At, or Below Expected Local


Levy

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has increased enrollment, as well as costs in salaries, benefits,

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Minimum Tax Levy Calculation

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NOTE: Amount Shown on Line 100 or 110 in 2015-16 Budget Must Equal or Exceed Line D {Above)

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Tax Levy Cap Calculation

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NOTE: The 2014-15 tax levy recorded on line 100 of budgeted revenue cannot exceed the amount on line G above unless as a result of a merged separate

proposal. Any additional levy increases must be proposed separately to the voters or board of school estimate and be supported by interpretive statements.

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Estimated Tuition Calculation Formulas


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Name

FORMULA A- BUILDING USE CHARGE

1\m!>!Wt

A. Line 890

I 211.2oo
I 47o.ooo

B. Line 89600

c. Line 89620
D. A1: if (B+C) less than or equal to 0 or (A) equal to 0 then 0%, else (A)/(B+C)

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E. A2: (B.D)/1 00

F. Building Use Charge: if (B~E) less than or equal to 0 then $0, else (B-E)

0.0%

1217,200

FORMULA B- ALLOCATED COSTS (OTHER THAN BETWEEN HOME AND SCHOOL) I

A. Line 52000

16,562

B. Line 52020

C. Line 52040

29,000

D. Line 52060

70,000

E. Line 52080

F. Line 52100

G. Line 52120

H. Line 52140

I. Line 52400

J. Line 52420

K. Line 52440

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L. Line 52450
M. Line 52460
N. 81: (D)/(A+B+C+D+E)

0. Allocated Costs: (N)*(F+G+H+I+J+K+L+M)

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0
24,776

0
0
1,427
0
3,248

60.6%

17,847

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Est. Tuition Calculated Rates for Special Ed Programs

11-3XX-1 OO-XXX/15-3XX-1 00-XXX

13160

11-401-1 00-XXX/15-401-1 DO-XXX

17100

105,000

773

11-402-1 00-XXX/15-402-1 00-XXX

17600

463,258

3,411

ol

796

1,308

3,514

1,185

3,182

11-4XX-1 OO-XXX/15-4XX-1 00-XXX

25100

11-000-216-XXX

40580

419,515

3,089

11-2XX-100-2XX

54240

11-3XX-1 00-2XX

55240

11-4XX-100-2XX

56240

11-000-216-ZXX

60240

1-000-262-441

TOTAL OTHER SUPP


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12-4XX-1 00-730115-4XX-1 00-730

Program
Undist. Expend.- Supp
Serv. - Related & Extra.

12-000-21X-730

12-000-400-722

Debt Service on SDA

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Est. Tuition Calculated Rates for Special Ed Programs

11-190-100-320/15-190-100-320

11-230-100-XXX
11-240-100-XXX
11-421-XXX-XXX

11-423-XXX-XXX
TOTAL OTHER SUPPLEMENTAUAT-RISK
PROGRAMS

11-424-XXX-XXX

22620

TOTAL UNDIST. EXPEND.-ATTENDANCE


AND SOCIAL WORK

11-000-211-XXX

29680

26,210

221

TOTAL UNDIST.
EXPENDITURES- HEALTH SERVICES

11-000-213-XXX

30620

373,486

3,143

11-000-218-XXX

41660

982,576

11-000-221-XXX

43200

191,426

1,611

541

1,452

11-000-222-XXX

43620

208,593

1,755

589

1,582

830

6,005

TOTAL UNDIST. EXPEND.-IMPROV. OF


INST.SERV.

44180
11-000-230-XXX

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713,553

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11-000-251-592

11-000-252-XXX

11-000-262-300
11-000-262-420
1-000-262-444

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Est. Tuition Calculated Rates for Special Ed Programs

11-000-263-XXX

11-000-270-162
11-000-270-163
than Bet Home and;

299

269

ol

35,505

261

0
0
63740

64740

65740

11-000-270-512/15-000-270-512

01

0
0

11-000-230-2XX

SCHOOL

01

11-000-251-2XX

66740

11-000-252-2XX

67240

11-000-260-2XX

68240

11-000-310-930

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'12-000-210-730/15-000-210-730

12-000-230-730

Undistributed Expen

Services
Undistributed Expenditures- Admin Info
Tech.

12-000-252-730
12-000-261-730

12-000-263-730

10-910
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Statement of Priorities
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Maintain Our
School System

A primary goal in the development of this budget proposal is maintaining the existing programs and services at current levels consistent with the implementation of the NJCCCS. In 2014-2015, the
district is in the first year of a Four Goal? Three Year Strategic Plan. Once again, to meet this year?s budget constraints the board had to withhold from expanding certain programs and projects to
keep the tax levy under the 2% mandated level. However, in Roselle Park, we continue to provide the essential programs and services in fulfilling the needs of a comprehensive school district.

Raising Standards The Board of Education continues to offer a comprehensive educational program for all students. This year, a full day kindergarten was established for the first time in Roselle Park. Also, a strong
and Expanding
student support system that includes an Alternative Education Program for at-risk student is offered. Research based programs with Multimedia components, such as Balanced Literacy instructional
Opportunities
strategies, Math Energizer, a remedial after school program, Reading Plus, Strategies for Writing, PMI/PSI, Reading A-Z, STEM, Robotics and a comprehensive Technology Plan all contribute to the
, high quality education delivered to Roselle Park students. Holding all schools and staff accountable is a major priority at Roselle Park. All staff understand their role as it relates to implementing the
j aligned curriculum through sound instructional practices which correlate to meeting testing objectives established by the State and the District?s goals. The District through hiring and training highly
'qualified teachers maintains its commitment to high standards. Through the expanding access of educational technology, students and staff have a wealth of information at their disposal that
provides for expanded opportunities and motivational activities.
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Building
The district builds a professional attitude among its stakeholders on a continuous basis. We accomplish this through promoting and endorsing good instruction, research, scholarship and service to
Professionalism
the community of Roselle Park. The district is committed to its Professional Learning Communities to encourage the sharing of ideas and sound instructional strategies. As a district we have been
! researching good teaching through the Danielson model of instruction. Scholarship and other professional activities compliment good teaching through staff development and aligning the curriculum
to the core standards. Finally, Roselle Park is a district that cares and service is a vital part of our school system in being an important part of the community.

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-Protecting Our
Investment

Planning for the


Future

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' The district maintains a five year long range facility plan and budgets for annual facilities improvement each year. These plans protect our investment by keeping our aging facilities and equipment in
good working order through needed upgrades and refurbishing. The district has in the past and will again approve a Lease Purchase Loan to be able to expand technology and purchase new books.
Looking into the future, the district is exploring the possibilities of working with a facility planner to create a long term facility expansion plan.
The Roselle Park School District is currently in the first year of a three year Strategic Plan. This plan addresses four areas of priorities including many activities and benchmarks that will drive the
course of the district. The four priorities area are: Teaching and Learning, Student Support, Professional Development and A Safe and Secure Learning environment. This new plan will be in effect
j from 2014 thru 2017. The Priority areas that will drive this plan from 2014-2017 are as follows: Goal #1 Teaching and Learning The Roselle Park School District is dedicated to the full
educational, social, and emotional development of all students. Each student will be provided with access to a rigorous curriculum and an infrastructure that will lead to high academic achievement.
Goal #2 Student Support The Roselle Park School District is dedicated to providing a quality education through student support services that will ensure the success of every student. Goal #3
Professional Development The Roselle Park School District District is committed to providing a meaningful Professional Program for staff. Standard #4 Safe and Secured Learning Environment
1
1 The Roselle Park School District is committed to providing each student with a nurturing, safe and secured learning environment where they have opportunity for success.

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all levels, the district continues to focus on developing understanding of instructional shifts associated with the Common Core State standards and the standards for mathematical practices. Additional
emphasis has been on the integration of technology as staff and students prepare for the introduction of PARCC assessments in the months ahead. Regular use of laptops, SMART Responders, !PADS, and

multimedia tools is now commonplace during math instruction at all grade levels throughout the district. We are prepared to administer PARCC assessments and are eager to reflect upon our first experience
the assessment.
Science

STEM emphasis continues at the High School across

School staff, with emphasis on common practices


supplement our current curriculum with Next
English

Prep Academy. PLC time


been
to enhance relationships between Middle and High
Preoaratiion to implement the Next Generation Science Standards is underway at all levels, as we begin to

standards in the future seamless for the district.

all levels, training and Professional Learning Communities (PLC) time has been dedicated to understand the instructional shifts associated with the Common Core State Standards and implementing a

Language Arts

balanced literacy framework, K-8. Emphasis is currently on instructional techniques to support student independence, build stamina to comprehend and analyze complex text appropriate to individual reading
level, and increase the use of data to drive instruction. All teachers are focused on explicit teaching of literacy skills necessary for success and creating a consistent literacy vocabulary across disciplines. We
are prepared to administer PARCC assessments and are eager to reflect upon our first experience with the assessment.

Social Studies

At all levels, training and Professional Learning Communities (PLC) time has been dedicated to understand the instructional shifts associated with the Common Core State Standards and identifying
opportunities to integrate SS and lA effectively. All teachers are focused on explicit teaching of literacy skills necessary for success and creating a consistent literacy vocabulary across disciplines. We have
introduced experiences to prepare students for PARCC assessments, specifically the Research Simulation Task, which our SS department was familiar with from their experience administering the AP test
and working with Document Based Questions (DBQ) in the past.

Life Careers

and
standards across content and disciplines. At all levels, Professional Learning Communities (PLC) time has
Focus
current
by incorporating 21st Century
been dedicated to identify opportunities to emphasize problem solving and critical thinking skills. Computer Science courses as well as appropriate elective courses in the Middle and High School are
annually reviewed to identify changes to address the competitive, evolving career opportunities for our students.

Visual
At all levels, Professional Learning Communities (PLC) time has been dedicated to incorporate subtle instructional shifts associated with the Common Core State Standards and integration across disciplines.
Performing Arts All teachers are focused on explicit teaching of literacy skills and creating a consistent literacy vocabulary across disciplines. The analysis of media in arts courses using language and practices consistent in
other disciplines has contributed to the district?s preparation for PARCC assessments.
Health and
Physical
Education

I
A focus of our Comprehensive Health and Physical Education program has been to increase elective opportunities for students in
curriculum. At all levels, Professional Learning Communities (PLC) time has been dedicated to identifying literacy skills in PEJHealth courses
analysis of media in PE/Health courses has contributed to the district?s preparation for PARCC assessments.

World
Languages
Technology

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Core State Standards and identifying literacy activities that can


of students for PARCC assessments.
Emphasis on daily, authentic technology use to support learning has continued at all levels. The district continues to provide an array of devices to staff and students and we continue to provide opportunities
for staff to share ideas, plans, and expertise related to technology integration in practical, meaningful ways to enhance the student learning. We are focused on using current technology resources to model
and facilitate data driven instructional practices to enhance student learning.

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10=1 Employee Name= Pedro Garrido

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Amount Contraot Dsonpll<m

Automobile

Gasoline

300
1,000

Computer/Internet
Cell Phone

600
3,000

Mearrrravel

Tuition

Professional Membership Fees

4,000

Other Allowances 1

Other Allowances 2

Other Allowances 3

8,900

TOTAL ALLOWANCES

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Other Bonus 1

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Other Bonus 3

24,963

TOTAL BONUSES

Other Stipends 3

Health lnsurance(Private Plan)


Health lnsurance(Other Plan)
TOTAL HEALTH INSURANCE

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Dentallnsurance(State Plan)

Dentallnsurance(Private Plan)
Dentallnsurance(Other Plan)

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10=1 Employee Name=Pedro Garrido

Ab>ve
Benelil C..tee:<>tY

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Amount Conl,.l:t llm>l!pllon


0

Payout of Sick days

15,000

0 only if retiring maximum eligible

Payout of Vacation days

11,923

0 only if retiring maximum eligible

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0 no compensation for unused personal days
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Other Post employment benefits 1

Other Post_employment benefits 2

0!

o1

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Buyback vacation time in cash

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0

Other Remuneration 1

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Other Remuneration 2

Other Remuneration 3

TOTAL REMUNERATION

Additional Comment 1

01

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10=2 Employee Name=Susan Guercio

llonollt !latogory
Automobile

Ab<>V<>
T-r
Amount Conlraot
0

O~on

---------------------------+------,+-------+--------------------------Gasoline
0
0
--c:---:-o-:::t---------o+---c~-:---- ----------1_c,_o_,m._:p_ut
___e__r.l_l_n_t_e_m_e_t________________1____:_1.o_o_.o,_ ______o+use of laptop
1
I:_----=---::-:---~---------------

Cell Phone
0
0
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1,500

Other Allowances 1

Other Allowances 2

1-:=---c-:--c--c:--:-- --=--=-----------11 -----:-::+-------:-1---------------------Professional Membership Fees

1-=::---::::-------_:----------li----=~---_+-----------------

Other Allowances 3

2,500

Meeting of Performance Goals

Other Bonus 1

Other Bonus 2

Other Bonus 3

TOTAL BONUSES

Other Stipends 2

TOTAL ALLOWANCES

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lc:c:_:::::c-::::::::::c:::::=:c:=---t---:+--:+---------------------------------Longevity
0
0
1-::--"-=--'---------------------ci---+----+----------------------------1-:::----=------=--------------------------:!----c+----+-------------------------

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.?
0
----------------------

Other Stipends 3

TOTAL STIPENDS

0
0

Health lnsurance(State Plan)

21,456

lcc-~---=-,----='--------1---------i----------

Health lnsurance(Private Plan)


Health lnsurance(Other Plan)

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oentallnsurance<other Plan)

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Teaei:le:r
Amount C<mtlatt DoOOllption

Bemo!it!lall>gory

Other lnsurance(Prescription)
Other lnsurance(Vision)
,~.,

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Other lnsurance(Workers Compensation)

Other lnsurance(Supplemental

Other lnsurance(Other1)

Other Jnsurance(Other2)

Other lnsurance(Other3)

TOTALINSURANCE
.-

"""

~~~-~-,--~~-~"~"-~~-~

-~~

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Retirement Plan(Employees shares)

Retirement Plan(Annuity)

Retirement Plan(Trust Account)

Retirement P/an(Other1)

Retirement Plan(Other2)

Retirement Plan{Other3)

TOTAL RETIREMENT PLAN

Payout of Sick days

25,000

0 only if retiring maximum eligible

Payout of Vacation days

15,866

0 only if retiring maximum eligible

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Payout of Personal days

o no compensation for unused personal days

Other Post employment benefits 1

Other Post_employment benefits 2

01

Other PosLemployment benefits 3

...

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TOTAL POST_EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS

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40,866

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Buyback sick time in cash


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10=3 Employee Name=Michael Estrada


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Teaonar

' Benlit Cat<>!IQfY

Amount Contract Dosctiption

Other Allowances 1

0l

Other Allowances 2

0!

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Meeting of Performance Goals

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Other Bonus 3
I-.T=o:=:T::A:L-:s:o:cN:,u-::s:=E:s=---------------------+----Other Stipends 1

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Other Stipends 2

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Other Stipends 3

Health lnsurance(Other Plan)

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10=3 Employee Name=Michael Estrada


Atlov:e

teacJier

Benefit ca!Ogo'll

1\tm>utit C<mttacl Desctlplfon

Other lnsurance(Supplemental Disability)

Other lnsurance(Other1)

Other lnsurance(Other2)

Other lnsurance(Other3)

TOTAL INSURANCE

ReUrement Plan(Employees shares)

Retirement Plan(Annuity)

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Retirement Plan(Trust Account)


Retirement Plan(Other1)

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Retirement Plan(Other3)
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0
0

Payout of Sick days


Payout of Vacation days

15,000 j

0 only if retiring maximum eligible

5,364

0 only if retiring maximum eligible

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Other Post employment benefits 1

Other Post_employment benefits 2

01

01

Buyback vacation time in cash

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Employee Benefit Details

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10=3 Employee Name=Michael Estrada

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Teacher

Aml:lunt

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Buyback personal time in cash

Other Remuneration 1

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0

0ther Remuneration 2

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Other Remuneration 3

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Additional Comment 1

Additional Comment 2

Additional Comment 3

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Advertised Per Pupil Cost Calculations

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*Does not include pension and social security paid by the State on-behalf of the district.
**Federal and State funds in the blended resource school-based budgets.
The information presented in columns 1 through 3 as well as the related descriptions of the per pupil cost calculations are contained in the Taxpayers' Guide to Education Spending (formerly the Comparative Spending Guide) and

can be found on the Department of Education's Internet website: http:/fwwv.l.state.nj.us/education/guide/. This publication is also available in the board office and public libraries. The same calculations were performed using the
2014-15 revised appropriations and the 2015-16 budgeted appropriations presented in this advertised budget. Total Budgetary Comparative Per Pupil Cost is defined as current expense exclusive of tuition expenditures.
transportation, residential costs, and judgments against the school district. For all years it also includes the restricted entitlement aids. With the exception of Total Equipment Cost, each of the other per pupil cost calculations
presented is a component of the total comparative per pupil cost, although all components are not shown.

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Administrative Cost Limit: Amounts

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Administrative Cost Limit: Per Pupil Calculation

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Revilmd ApprOllod Rogiilnm


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2014..111 2014-1& ~010.16 21115-111>

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From Advertised Enrollment Report:


Line 11: Pupils on Roll Regular Full Time
1/2 of Line 12: Pupils on Roll Regular Sh

p718

Line 21: Pupils on Roll Special Full Time~


1/2 of Line 22: Pupils on RoU Special Shar

1,718

10

10

241

241

From Enrollment Projection Report:


Less Line 35: Charter Schools

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1,722

1,722

10!

10

241\

241
6

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Total Enrollment for Per Pupil Calculation(A2)

1,974

1,9741

1,978

1,978

Total Administrative Costs per Pupil= A1/ A2

1,699

355

1,9411

1,533

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Employee Benefits Summary

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Above is a summary of the total health benefits costs for the district, showing district and employee shares.

Districts have the option of allocating direct benefits to the applicable programs and functions;
the expanded reporting shown here is summarized to the object level for comparison purposes.
P.L. 2010, c. 2 established a minimum contribution to be made by employees toward their health and
prescription coverage (1.5% of the employee's salary) in contracts with start dates after May 21, 2010.
Subsequently, P.L. 2011, c. 78 further changed the employee contribution and benefit provisions.

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Shared Services

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Amount

S!talilll SeMI:e Ca!"!Jl>I'Y T~pa

Sharod sarvlc& CatQgory DQ$!ip!ion

Others

Shared use of town recreation building for Academy Alternative Program

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Transportation Services, including Fuel Transportation through Union County Educational Services Commission

Transportation Services, including Fuel Transportation through Morris-Union Jointure Commission


Transportation Services, including Fuel

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rchasing of gasoline through the municipality DPW

Purchasing

x Regional Educational Services Commission Co-Op Pricing

Purchasing

1 Ed.

Purchasing

IA.C.E.S. Program for Electricity

Data School Purchasing Co-Op

Purchasing

AC.E.S. Program for Natural Gas

Curriculum Services

litre I Non-Public Services through Union County Ed. Services Commission

Technology Services

E-Rate Funding

0
0
0
0
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Projected Enrollment

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2015~16

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Projected Enrollment

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Advertised Enrollment

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Tax Levy Certification - Form A

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Municipality=ROSELLE PARK BORO

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Estimated Tax Rates

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I

A. Estimated 2015-16 School Tax Rate


WITHOUT REPAYMENT OF DEBT OR ADJUSTMENTS

(A) General Fund School Levy

19,819,259
283,829,128

(B) Estimated Net Taxable Valuation (as of 10/01114)

(C) Estimated 2015-16 General Fund School Tax Rate-(A)/(B)x100


WITH REPAYMENT OF DEBT AND ADJUSTMENTS

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6.9828
20,434,245

(D) Total School Levy

(E) Estimated Net Taxable Valuation (as of 10/01/14)

(F) Estimated 2015-16 Total School Tax Rate-(D)/(E)x100

B. Estimated 2015-16 Equalized School Tax Rate

283,829,128
7.1995

WITHOUT REPAYMENT OF DEBT OR ADJUSTMENTS


(G) General Fund School Levy
(H) Estimated Equalized Valuation (as of 10/01/14)
{I) Estimated 2015-16 Equalized General Fund School Tax Rate-(G)/(H)x100
WITH REPAYMENT OF DEBT AND ADJUSTMENTS

(J) Total School Levy

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19,819,259

11,031,628,295

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1.9212
20,434,245

(K) Estimated Equalized Valuation (as of 10/01/14)

11.031,628,295

(L) Estimated 2015-16 Equalized Total School Tax Rate=(J)/(K)x100

1.9808

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