The FY2011 proposed budget is driven by three key factors

:
Special Education Mandates:
The cost of special education continues to be a key factor in the development of the school district budget.
The three major cost components include out of district tuition, transportation services, and contracted
services. In FY2011, the special education budget is projected to increase by $1,366,734 or 36% due to
out-of-district tuition increases and the use of one-time Circuit Breaker Extraordinary Relief funds in
FY2010. Circuit Breaker reimbursement is projected conservatively at $830,000 for FY2011.
Health Care Benefits:
The cost of health care continues to rise, and for FY2011, is expected to increase by 10% or $407,100.
Franklin’s Insurance Advisory Committee continues to meet to explore options to contain costs and keep
premium increases to a minimum. In recent years, we have been fortunate to have had the support of
most of the collective bargaining units in implementing plan changes to obtain significant cost savings for
both the town and its employees. We are encouraged by this level of collaboration as we investigate
further cost containment measures.
Personnel Salaries and Contractual Obligations:
The FY2011 proposed budget includes funding for all known and anticipated collective bargaining
increases. The overall salary recommendation does not include costs for employees who are expected to
be absent due to an unpaid leave of absence. The net increase in personnel costs with the addition of 1.5
ELL teachers is $381,705, or 1%. One-time offsets from revolving accounts have been applied to keep
increases within reasonable levels
Human resources continue to be our most valuable asset as indicated by the fact that eighty-two percent of
the FY2011 budget is comprised of salaries and health benefits.
FY2011 Proposed Budget
$52,255,910

Transportation
4%
Other Expenses
4%

Out-of-District
Tuition
10%

Health & Medicare
Costs
8%

Salaries
74%

The remaining eighteen percent accounts for payment for students attending out-of-district placements,
transportation, and other expenses, mainly supplies and purchased services.
Summary by Function by Line Item

The FY2011 budget can be further summarized by the eleven categories of spending reported in the DESE
Expenditure per Pupil calculations, which follow the order of the DESE chart of accounts. The chart below
indicates the amount budgeted for FY2011 as well as the change from the FY2010 budget.

FY2011 Proposed Budget
DESE Function
1000
2100, 2200
2305, 2310
2315, 2340
2350
2400
2800, 2900
3000
4000
5000
9000

Description
Administration
Instructional leadership
Classroom and specialist teachers
Other teaching services (library, therapeutic,
substitutes, paraprofessionals)
Professional development
Instructional materials, technology and equipment
Guidance and psychological services
Pupil services
Maintenance (technology only)
Employee benefits and fixed charges
Programs with other school districts (tuition)
Total

Amount
1,029,741
2,881,158
28,930,346

Increase/Decrease
(395,756)
(95,045)
992,029

2,748,614
428,411
1,392,644
1,582,273
3,162,023
484,896
4,412,969
5,202,835
52,255,910

(74,364)
47,317
26,485
28,964
(364,196)
18,823
407,100
1,366,734
1,958,090

Administration
Total: $1,029,741
Accounts for salaries and expenses for central office departments such as Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent,
human resource, and finance. Legal fees are also included here as well as any expenses incurred by or for the
school committee. This budget category reflects a decrease of $395,756 primarily due to a change in the
classification of expenses for teachers for degree advancement and longevity to the classroom teacher category.
Instructional leadership
Total: $2,881,158
Accounts for salaries and expenses for building and district level leaders such as principals, assistant principals,
curriculum leaders and expenses for the Office of Pupil Services. This budget category reflects a decrease of
$95,045 primarily due to a change in the classification of expenses for teachers who teach in an extended school
year program.
Classroom and Specialist Teachers
Total: $28,930,346
Accounts for salaries for all certified teachers with primary responsibility for teaching designated curriculum to
established classes or students in a group instruction setting. This account also includes expenses for providing
individualized instruction to students to supplement the services delivered by the student’s classroom teachers. This
budget category reflects an increase of $992,029 primarily due to contractual obligations and the reclassification of
expenses from the administration category.
Other teaching services (library, therapeutic, substitutes, paraprofessionals)
Total: $2,748,614
Accounts for salaries for all certified and non-certified professionals who provide services as a substitute teacher,
paraprofessional, or therapist. Such individuals are responsible for providing assistance to teachers/specialists in
the preparation of instructional materials or classroom instruction. This budget category reflects a decrease of
$74,364 primarily due to contractual obligations and reallocation of staffing.
Professional development
Total: $428,411
Accounts for professional development expenses for professional staff as directed by the Office of Curriculum and
Professional Development. Expenses include teachers being trained to implement new curriculum or instructional
practices, teachers targeted for training and support to remedy performance weaknesses, master teachers, mentor
teachers, curriculum coaches and others who provide in-district professional development. Also includes
contractual obligations for course reimbursement. This budget category reflects an increase of $47,317 primarily
due to additional costs necessary for state-mandated trainings as well as contractual obligations.

Instructional materials, technology and equipment
Total: $1,392,644
Expenses include technology and related software/media/materials, workbooks, materials, and accessories, such as
CD-ROMs and videos, provided as an integrated package as well as printed manuals used to support direct
instructional activities. Also included are reference materials for use in school libraries, lease/purchase of
equipment used to produce instructional material, and general supplies and materials such as paper, pens, pencils,
crayons, chalk, paint, toner, calculators etc. This budget category reflects an increase of $26,485 primarily due to
the discretion of the principal to reallocate expenses in the best interests of the students.
Guidance and psychological services
Total: $1,582,273
Accounts for salaries and expenses for guidance counselors, school adjustment counselors, psychologists and social
workers as well as any psychological evaluation, counseling and other services provided by licensed mental
health professionals. Also includes any clerical staff as well as related supplies and materials. This budget
category reflects an increase of $28,964 primarily due to contractual obligations
Pupil services
Total: $3,162,023
Accounts for salaries of school nurses and related supplies as well as expenses for the school physician. All
salaries, stipends, and expenses for transportation, extracurricular activities and athletics are included as well This
budget category reflects a decrease of $364,196 primarily due to increased offsets from the related revolving
accounts.
Maintenance (technology only)
Total: $484,896

Includes salaries and expenses of technology specialists and technicians to support the school district's
networking and telecommunications infrastructure. This budget category reflects an increase of $18,823
primarily due to contractual obligations.
Employee benefits and fixed charges

Total: $4,412,969

Accounts for all employer contributions to Medicare based on payroll expenses. Also includes all
employer share cost for health and life insurance premiums for active and retired school employees. This
budget category reflects an increase of $407,100 primarily due to anticipated increases in premium costs for health
insurance for active and retired employees.
Programs with other school districts (tuition)
Total: $5,202,835
Includes costs for tuitions for students with special needs to access the curriculum through other public school
districts in Massachusetts, out-of-state schools, and non-public schools. Also includes any payments of
assessments to member collaboratives for administrative and instructional services in accordance with collaborative
agreements. This budget category reflects an increase of $1,366,734 primarily due to increases in tuition rates, an
increase in the number of students requiring placement, and the one-time use of Circuit Breaker Extraordinary
Relief funds applied in FY2010.

Franklin Public Schools
FY2011
Proposed Budget

Maureen Sabolinski, Superintendent
Sally Winslow, Assistant Superintendent
Miriam Goodman, School Business Administrator

LEVEL SERVICE BUDGET

$52,255,910
$1,958,090 increase over FY2010
3.89% increase

Use of ONE-TIME Revenue
Sources
American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
(IDEA)
School Age – FY11 Anticipated

728,421

Pre Kind. – FY11 Anticipated

28,393

Additional Revenue Sources
Offsets from Revolving Accounts
Circuit Breaker
$830,000
Transportation
$600,000
School Choice
$500,000
Athletics
$300,000
Lifelong Learning $120,000
Foodservice
$70,000
Early Childhood
$50,000
Extracurricular
$40,000
Total
$2,470,000

Additional Revenue Sources
Entitlement and Other Grants
FY 2010

$2,784,792

Additional staffing and supplemental services
to meet student needs

Salaries and benefits account
for 82% of the 2011 budget
2011 Proposed Budget
Transportation
4%
Other Expenses
4%
Out of District
Tuition
10%

Total
2011
Budget
$52,255,910

Salaries
74%

Health &
Medicare Costs
8%

Note: Other Expenses include Materials, PD and Contracted Services

PER PUPIL EXPENDITURES*

* FY09

Franklin

State Average

$10,010

$13,060

Per Pupil costs were applied to enrollment
figures to determine 2011 budget allocations

Elementary Level

$210

Middle School Level

$225

High School Level

$355

This is consistent with prior year allocations.

Budget Drivers
HealthCare Costs

Special Education Costs
Contractual Obligations

Health Care Costs
Projected to increase

10%
$407,100

Special Education Costs
Projected to increase – $1,325,324

22%

Due to:
• increased tuition rates
• increased number of
students requiring placement
• use of one time sources of
revenue in FY2010

Salary Obligations
Initial increase was
Offsets from revolving accounts
and expense reductions

Projected Net Increase

$941,705

2.5%

($560,000)
$381,705

1%

Questions and Answers

Thank You

 Vision Statement 
The Franklin Public Schools will foster within its
students the knowledge and skills to find and
achieve satisfaction in life as productive global
citizens.

 Mission Statement 
The Franklin Public Schools, in collaboration
with the community, will cultivate each student's
intellectual, social, emotional and physical
potential through rigorous academic inquiry and
informed problem solving skills within a safe,
nurturing and respectful environment.

 Core Values 
Student Achievement
All students are entitled to academic excellence, appropriate facilities and quality
materials and instruction.

Social / Civic Expectations
Students will become engaged, responsible citizens who respect the dignity and diversity
of all individuals and cultures.

School Climate
Through our words and our actions, we create a culture of civility, thoughtfulness,
appreciation and approachability.

School / Community Relationships
An active commitment among family, community and schools is vital to student learning.

Community Resources for Learning
We partner with all members of the community to exchange ideas, solve problems and
build a comprehensive educational experience.

2009 MCAS PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS
The district’s analysis of the 2009 MCAS data continues to identify the Franklin Public School System as a “high
performance” district. This continues to be an important milestone for the district as the target scores for ELA
(85.4 to 90.2) and Mathematics (76.5 to 84.3) have again been increased in the “race to the top” score of 90-100 CPI
points reflective of advanced/proficient performance.
AGGREGATE:
 Students in the aggregate (all students) continue to out perform the state on the same tests in English Language
Arts (ELA), Mathematics, and Science/Technology Engineering (STE).
 Performance on all district grade level tests, including three Long Composition administrations in grades 4, 7,
and 10, reflect a “High” (80-89.9) or “Very High” (90-100) performance rating, outperforming the state in CPI
points on every test and by at least one performance level on all but three tests (higher CPI in grade 3, 8 and 10
ELA, same performance level of High or Very High).
 The 9th and 10th grade STE Biology test identified a Very High CPI (92.0), outperforming the state by one
performance rating.
SUBGROUPS:
 All Special Education subgroups in grades 3-10 outperformed comparable state subgroups in each of the subject
tests. On two tests (grades 3 Reading and Math) students scored in the same performance category as the state.
This may in part be due to students’ first experience in taking the state tests. On all other tests, this subgroup
scored 1 to 2 performance ratings above that of the state.
 All Low Income subgroups outperformed comparable state subgroups in each tested area as identified by either
a higher CPI score or higher performance rating.
83% of ALL Franklin students performed at the Advanced/Proficient Levels in ELA compared to 67% across the
state.
74% of ALL Franklin students performed at the Advanced/Proficient levels in Mathematics compared to 57%
across the state.

ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS (AYP) FOR 2009
The district met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for 2009 in ELA and Mathematics as identified by a “No Status”
AYP label. The district has maintained this status for four consecutive years. While the district’s aggregate and
subgroups in ELA met AYP, the district will need to improve subgroup performance in Mathematics on the 2010
tests in order to continue to meet annual yearly progress. A “No” label attached to a testing population for a second
year would move Franklin’s Mathematics AYP into an Improvement Year 1– Subgroups accountability status. The
district is taking several steps to ensure improved subgroup mathematics performance.
English Language Arts AYP Data for 2009 – Very High – On Target (improved within target range)
 Franklin met the AYP expectations in the aggregate and Low Income subgroup in ELA in grades 3-5. However,
the special education subgroup in grades 3-5 did not meet AYP expectations for ELA.
 The district met AYP expectations in the aggregate and all subgroups in ELA in grades 6-8.
 In grades 9-12, Franklin met AYP expectations in the aggregate but did not meet AYP expectations for ELA in
the Special Education subgroup.
Mathematics AYP Data for 2009 – High – No Change (gain was equivalent to baseline plus or minus the target
range)
 Franklin met the AYP expectations in the aggregate in Mathematics in grades 3-5. However the district did not
meet AYP subgroup expectations at this level.
 The district met AYP expectations in the aggregate in Mathematics in grades 6-8 but did not meet AYP
expectations in Special Education or Low Income subgroups in grades 6-8 for Mathematics.
 Franklin met AYP expectations in Mathematics in the aggregate in grades 9-12. AYP expectations in
Mathematics for the Special Education subgroup were not met.

2009 Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) Data
(A) = All students – Aggregate data
(S) = Special Education
(L) = Low Income
Yes* = Yes/Safe Harbor
Table 1 English Language Arts AYP for 2009
(A) Participation
Student
Group
Grades
3-5 (A)
Grades
3-5 (S)
Grades
3-5 (L)
Grades
6-8 (A)
Grades
6-8 (S)
Grades
6-8 (L)
Grades
9-12
(A)
Grades
9-12 (S)
Grades
9-12 (L)

Enrolled Assessed

(B) Performance

%

Met
Target
(95%)

(D) Attendance/
Grad Rate

(C) Improvement

N

2009
CPI

Met
Target
(90.2)

2008 CPI
(Baseline)

Gain
Target

On
Target
Range
91.8 –
93.8

Met
Target

%

Change

Met
Target

Yes

96.7

0.0

Yes

Yes

No

95.7

-0.3

Yes

No

Yes/SH 94.9

0.1

Yes

Yes

AYP
2009

1531

1530

100

Yes

1529

91.9

Yes

91.3

1.5

237

237

100

Yes

237

73.1

No

71.6

4.7

73.8-78.8

99

99

100

Yes

99

81.3

No

81.4

3.1

81.4-89.0

1536

1530

100

Yes

1530

95.2

Yes

94.8

0.9

94.8-96.7

Yes

96.3

-0.1

Yes

Yes

278

274

99

Yes

274

80.8

No

77.3

3.8

78.6-83.6

Yes

94.8

-0.7

Yes

Yes

116

115

99

Yes

115

86.1

No

82.5

2.9

82.9-87.9

Yes

93.1

-0.6

Yes

Yes

425

421

99

Yes

421

96.6

Yes

97.4

0.4

97.4-99.8

No

94.4

1.0

Yes

Yes

77

73

95

Yes

73

85.6

No

87.1

2.2

87.1-93.7

No

83.6

1.7

Yes

No

24

23

-

-

23

89.1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Table 2 Mathematics AYP for 2009
(A) Participation
Student
Group
Grades
3-5 (A)
Grades
3-5 (S)
Grades
3-5 (L)
Grades
6-8 (A)
Grades
6-8 (S)
Grades
6-8 (L)
Grades
9-12 (A)
Grades
9-12 (S)
Grades
9-12 (L)

(B) Performance

(D) Attendance/
Grad Rate

(C) Improvement

Enrolled

Assessed

%

Met
Target
(95%)

N

Met
2009
2008 CPI Gain
Target
CPI
(Baseline) Target
(84.3)

On
Target
Range

Met
Target

%

Change

Met
Target

1531

1529

100

Yes

1528

91.1

Yes

92.0

1.3

92.3-94.3

No

96.7

0.0

Yes

Yes

237

236

100

Yes

236

71.3

No

74.7

4.2

76.4-81.4

No

95.7

-0.3

Yes

No

98

96

98

Yes

96

78.9

No

79.1

3.5

79.1-87.1

No

94.9

0.1

Yes

No

1536

1532

100

Yes

1532

85.7

Yes

86.3

2.3

87.6-89.6

No

96.3

-0.1

Yes

Yes

278

276

99

Yes

276

57.1

No

57.0

7.2

61.7-66.7

No

94.8

-0.7

Yes

No

116

116

100

Yes

116

64.0

No

61.9

6.4

65.8-70.8

No

93.1

-0.6

Yes

No

423

417

99

Yes

417

94.5

Yes

95.5

0.8

95.5-98.3

No

94.4

1.0

Yes

Yes

76

73

96

Yes

73

77.4

No

81.3

3.1

81.3-88.9

No

83.6

1.7

Yes

No

25

23

-

-

23

79.3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

AYP
2009

Franklin Public Schools
Enrollment
2/26/2010
ECDC

K

1

2

3

4

5

pre-K
Ungraded
172

Davis Thayer

26
26

24
24

20
19
16

18
17
17

19
20
21

24
24

DT Grade Totals

52

48

55

52

60

48

Jefferson

26
25
26

23
23
24

22
23
23

20
20
19
18

21
21
21
21

25
25
26
25

Jeff Grade Totals

77

70

68

77

84

101

Kennedy

21
21
21
21

20
19
18
19

27
26
26

22
21
21
22

25
25
22
22

23
23
22
23

JFK Grade Totals

84

76

79

86

94

91

Oak Street

20
15
19
19

18
19
18
19

22
21
21
22

22
21
24

20
20
19
20

23
25
24

OSS Grade Totals

73

74

86

67

79

72

Keller Elem.

23
23
24
23

23
22
23
23
23
114

22
23
23
24

93

24
23
22
22
24
115

24
23
25
24

KES Totals

20
20
21
20
19
100

Parmenter

22
21
21

24
25
25

19
18
18
18

23
23
23

20
21
20
21

24
24
22

Parm Grade Totals
Elementary Totals

64
443

74
442

73
476

69
447

82
513

70
474

Horace Mann
Remington
Sullivan

6
189
163
151
503

7
174
163
135
472

Ungraded
8
169
178
157
504
0

Total
532
504
443
1479

High School
Totals

9
415
Elem
3010

10
401
MS
1479

11
412
HS
1625

96

92

Ungraded Total
12
397
1625
Total
6114

0

0

Total
172

315

7
8
9

0

24

501

0

0

510

6
5

0

11

462

0

0

610

4
4

0
172

8
43

440
3010

Franklin Public Schools
K

Key:

K

1

1

2

2009

2010

2

3

3

4

4

5

Unpre-K pre-K graded
177
172

5

ECDC
Davis Thayer

24
22

26
26

21
20
19

24
24

16
18
17

20
19
16

21
19
20

18
17
17

24
24

19
20
21

20
20

24
24

DT Grade Totals

46

52

60

48

51

55

60

52

48

60

40

48

Jefferson

18
17
17
17

26
25
26

17
18
15
16

23
23
24

27
26
27

22
23
23

28
27
28

20
20
19
18

25
25
25
25

21
21
21
21

29
29
29

25
25
26
25

Jeff Grade Totals

69

77

66

70

80

68

83

77

100

84

87

101

Kennedy

20
19
19
20

21
21
21
21

19
20
20
19

20
19
18
19

21
21
22
22

27
26
26

26
25
25
25

22
21
21
22

22
22
22
21

25
25
22
22

25
26
26
25

23
23
22
23

JFK Grade Totals

78

84

78

76

86

79

101

86

87

94

102

91

Oak Street

19
20
19
18

20
15
19
19

21
22
22
20

18
19
18
19

25
22
25

22
21
21
22

21
20
21
22

22
21
24

25
25
24

20
20
19
20

24
24
22
23

23
25
24

OSS Grade Totals

76

73

85

74

72

86

84

67

74

79

93

72

Keller Elem.

21
21
20
21
20
103

23
23
24
23

23
24
25
24
24
120

20
20
21
20
19
100

24
23
25
26

23
22
22
23
23
113

24
23
25
24

24
24
24
24

22
23
23
24

96

96

23
22
23
23
23
114

27
27
27
26

98

24
23
22
22
24
115

107

92

Parmenter

25
25
25

22
21
21

20
20
19
20

24
25
25

22
22
22

19
18
18
18

27
27
27

23
23
23

23
25
24

20
21
20
21

24
24
24

24
24
22

Parm Grade Totals
Elementary Totals

75
447

64
443

79
488

74
442

66
453

73
476

81
522

69
447

72
477

82
513

72
501

70
474

KES Totals

Page 1

93

Comparison: 2-27-09 to 2-26-10

0

0

Ungraded

0

0

11
12

7
8
9

Total
177

Total
172

305

315

0

0

23

24

508

501

0

0

0

0

532

510

5
5

6
5

0

0

10

11

494

462

0

0

0

0

637

610

6
3

4
4

9
42

8
43

454
3107

440
3010

0
177

0
172

Horace Mann
Remington
Sullivan
Grade Totals:

High School

Grand Totals:

Page 2

6
173
173
135
481

9
418

6
189
163
151
503

9
415

ELEM ELEM
3107
3010

7
170
177
166
513

7

174
163
135
472

8
8
188 169
183 178
158 157
529
504

10
415

10
401

11
394

11
412

MS
1523

MS
1479

HS
1602

HS
1625

Total
531
533
459
1523

Total
532
504
443
1479

12
375

12
397

DIST
6232

DIST
6114

Total
1602

Total
1625

Comparison: 2-27-09 to 2-26-10

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
FY2011 Franklin School District Proposed Budget
Q. Why should the community support the budget?
The commitment to educate our children is a commitment that the residents of Franklin have
long supported. Horace Mann, the father of public education and integral to Franklin’s historical
legacy stated, “Education then, beyond all devices of human origin, is the equalizer of conditions
of men, the great balance wheel of the social machinery”.
The School Committee, administration and staff developed a fiscally responsible budget that
promotes student achievement, protects core programs and is respectful of the current economic
climate. The FY 2011 proposed budget requests a 3.89% increase to maintain level services. We
have used grants, stimulus and revolving funds to reduce the budget gap and we are requesting
what we needed to maintain the program we currently have in place for our students.
Q. Why is the school district continually facing budget gaps?
The Town of Franklin, as many municipalities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is faced
with structural deficits as costs and service needs rise faster than the available tax revenue.
Health insurance, retiree health insurance, contractual obligations and unfunded federal and state
mandates result in cost increases that outpace available tax revenues. To improve municipal
finances we will need innovative ideas to generate new sources of revenue and we will look to
collaborate with the town to build efficiencies into our budget and operations.
Q. What has the School Committee and administration done to budget in a fiscally
conservative manner?
Through partnerships we have co-written grants to help offset a variety of costs. We have
engaged with the Town to implement a number of energy savings through our efforts to “Go
Green”. Solar panels will be constructed on Parmenter Elementary school to reduce energy costs.
Water gardens have been constructed at Franklin High School and one will be established at
Parmenter also. The Town and School Department have consolidated facilities and technology
services to reduce costs. The School Department has been implementing a variety on online
services for employees to reduce personnel costs and to limit paper consumption. Over the last
ten years we have significantly reduced and eliminated programs and positions while meeting
higher educational standards and accountability requirements as established by federal and state
regulations.
Q. What other federal and state funds support the operating budget?
Franklin actively seeks federal and state grants to supplement the operational budget. During FY
2010 Franklin received $2,784,792 in grant funds to provide additional staffing and supplemental
services to meet the needs of students.

Q. What are some other sources of financial support for the Franklin Public Schools?
The district receives significant financial support from the community. Grants from the Franklin
Education Foundation support teachers directly. Other parent and community sponsored groups
help support our programs. The Music Boosters, all the Athletic booster clubs, and the Parent
Communication Councils (PCC) support the mission and vision of the school district. Without
their financial support many of our needs would go unmet.
Q. How will class size be impacted by this budget?
Class sizes will remain reasonable. While some classes will be outside of the School
Committee’s recommended guidelines, many will be within these guidelines. Class size will be
reviewed and intra-district reallocation of positions will be implemented to minimize inequities
in class size
Q. Will user fees be increased?
The FY 2011 budget does not require any increases to fees, nor does it require new fees to be
implemented.
Q. How does per pupil spending in Franklin compare with spending in other
Massachusetts communities?
A Franklin Public School education is a tremendous value when you compare achievement
results with the local cost to taxpayers. Based on data released by the Massachusetts Department
of Elementary and Secondary Education Office of Finance, as of FY 2009 Franklin's per pupil
expenditures are $10,010 while the state average is $13,060.
Q. How will the FY 2011 budget impact educational services?






Class sizes will be reasonable
Special Education mandates will be funded
Programs for English Language Learners will be funded
Late bus will be reinstated at the Middle and High School
No increases to transportation, athletic or extracurricular fees
Current educational programs will be in place
Art, music, athletic and extracurricular programs remain intact

FRANKLIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
FY 2011 PROPOSED BUDGET
Budget Center

ECDC
Davis Thayer Elementary School
Jefferson Elementary School
Keller Elementary School
Kennedy Elementary School
Oak Street Elementary School
Parmenter Elementary School
Sullivan Middle School
Remington Middle School
Horace Mann Middle School
Franklin High School
Facilities Management
Central Office
Curriculum/Instruction
Pupil Personnel Services
Transportation

Insurance/Benefits

FY2008
Budget

FY2008
Actual

1,056,768
985,154
2,196,344 2,192,956
3,409,382 3,402,300
3,388,122 3,284,706
3,100,485 3,075,293
3,282,541 3,476,102
2,857,660 2,865,886
3,608,340 3,563,437
3,813,856 3,838,884
3,791,780 3,644,031
10,353,708 10,778,849
820,454
883,730
3,415,707 1,725,270
258,894
251,181
5,083,585 4,924,196
681,285 1,242,698
51,118,911 50,134,672

FY2009
Actual

FY2010
Revised
Budget

FY2011
Proposed
Budget

836,112
2,132,149
2,921,260
2,982,545
2,768,453
3,080,784
2,605,135
2,964,061
3,433,486
3,521,688
9,246,480
0
1,677,212
316,100
4,990,033
595,688
44,071,188

957,315
2,146,535
2,975,173
3,123,286
2,691,418
3,229,600
2,673,803
3,152,295
3,314,233
3,440,996
9,107,707
0
2,286,001
346,655
5,852,570
998,363
46,295,951

850,635
2,049,052
3,008,328
3,042,564
2,869,074
3,104,188
2,647,355
3,075,020
3,669,537
3,811,988
9,033,106
0
2,350,403
352,626
7,177,894
804,972
47,846,741

-11.1%
-4.5%
1.1%
-2.6%
6.6%
-3.9%
-1.0%
-2.5%
10.7%
10.8%
-0.8%

4,203,207

3,162,614

4,001,869

4,409,169

10.2%

54,673,500 54,337,880

47,233,802

50,297,820

52,255,910

3.89%

3,554,589

Amount of Increase

4,260,137

1,958,090

Percent of Increase

8.45%

3.89%

3/4/2010

% Change
2011 Proprosed
to 2010 Revised

2.8%
1.7%
22.6%
-19.4%

FY2011 Proposed Franklin School District Budget
FY07 Actual

1110-School Committee

1110-School Committee Total
1210-Superintendent's Office

1210-Superintendent's Office Total
1220-Assistant Superintendent's Office

20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
10-Salaries
10-Travel Stipend
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
40-Professional Development
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses

10-Salaries
10-Travel Stipend
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
61-Mentors
1220-Assistant Superintendent's Office Total
1410 Business & Finance
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
21-Salarie Increases Non Union
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
61-Lexington Plan/Sick Day BB
62-Degree Advancement
Less Revenue from LLL-Admin offset
1410 Business & Finance Total
1420 Human Resources
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
Less Revenue from LLL-Admin offset
1420-Human Resources
1430 Legal Services - School Committee
40-Contracted Services
1430 Legal Services - School Committee Total
1450-District-wide Data Processing
10-Salaries
1450-District-Wide Information Data Processing
2110 Curriculum/PPS Directors
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
30-ESY Salaries
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses

3/4/2010

1,895
190
5,214
7,299
155,022
47,000
5,022
0
4,976
26,976
238,996
113,215
43,493
0
920
938
0
158,566
92,676
189,030
0
9,420
7,926
204
0
0
(50,000)
299,256
82,000
34,215
45,771
4,036
2,401
(50,000)
168,423
7,149
7,149
61,000
61,000
287,282
103,919
0
400
19,858
4,123

FY08 Actual

1,607
937
6,631
9,175
154,501
4,200
48,410
8,404
0
5,943
27,492
248,950
114,826
2,400
0
513
593
3,865
0
122,197
68,778
190,039
0
34,838
18,471
893
0
0

FY09 Actual

1,182
109
5,681
6,972
158,092
4,200
50,378
19,358
0
3,944
22,949
258,921
120,502
2,400
0
10,192
1,196
525
30,091
164,906
103,480
167,064
0
7,900
7,796
2,381
0
0

313,019
84,460
36,908
22,401
2,187
3,075

288,621
87,406
28,686
19,272
1,262
2,535

149,031
70,517
70,517
62,830
62,830
296,605
152,721
0
15,051
21,958
2,999

139,161
37,003
37,003
64,716
64,716
197,973
129,841
45,275
13,970
16,697
2,832

FY10
Approved
Budget
2,200
5,000
5,908
13,108
155,000
4,200
50,378
5,000
0
10,000
20,000
244,578
125,000
1,500
0
1,000
1,000
4,000
45,000
177,500
103,577
180,502
0
11,496
7,000
950
136,000
425,000
(12,500)
852,025
87,453
35,858
33,000
2,200
3,000
(12,500)
149,011
60,000
60,000
0
0
210,846
131,023
85,000
20,000
8,000
5,610

FY10 Revised
Budget
2,200
5,000
5,908
13,108
155,000
4,200
50,528
5,000
0
10,000
20,000
244,728
125,000
1,500
0
1,000
1,000
4,000
45,000
177,500
103,577
180,502
0
11,496
7,000
950
58,925
425,000
(12,500)
774,950
93,653
35,858
33,000
2,200
3,000
(12,500)
155,211
60,000
60,000
0
0
210,846
131,023
85,000
20,000
8,000
17,991

FY11 Level
Service
2,200
5,000
5,908
13,108
161,200
4,200
52,393
5,000
0
10,000
20,000
252,793
130,000
1,500
0
1,000
1,000
4,000
45,000
182,500
107,720
187,408
0
11,496
7,000
950

(12,500)
302,074
90,951
42,615
33,000
2,200
3,000
(12,500)
159,266
120,000
120,000
0
0
216,453
135,712
0
20,000
8,000
16,991

Amount of
Increase/Decre
ase
0
0
0
0
6,200
0
1,865
0
0
0
0
8,065
5,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,000
4,143
6,906
0
(0)
0
0
(58,925)
(425,000)
0
(472,876)
(2,702)
6,757
0
0
0
0
4,055
60,000
60,000
0
0
5,607
4,689
(85,000)
0
0
(1,000)

% of
Increase
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
4.00%
0.00%
3.69%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
3.30%
4.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
2.82%
4.00%
3.83%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-100.00%
-100.00%
0.00%
-61.02%
-2.89%
18.84%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
2.61%
100.00%
100.00%

2.66%
3.58%
-100.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-5.56%

1 of 4

FTE

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
3.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

FY2011 Proposed Franklin School District Budget
FY07 Actual

Less Revenue from LLL-Admin offset
2110-District Wide Curriculum/Instruction
2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom

Less Revenues School Choice
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED

Less Revenue Pre K Revolving
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2320-Therapeutic Services
2320-Therapeutic Services Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-ESP's Paraprofessionals
2330-ESP's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries Professional
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
60-Other Expenses
40-Mileage Itinerant Teachers
61-Lexington Plan/Sick Day BB
62-Degree Advancement

10-Salaries
30-ESY Salaries
31-Home Tutor Salaries

10-Salaries
40-Contracted Services
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-ESP's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-ESP's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development

2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library

3/4/2010

10-Salaries
10-Salaries/Stipends
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
50-Materials and Supplies
61-Curriculum Teams
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses

FY08 Actual

FY09 Actual

FY10
Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

(50,000)
415,582
1,615,922
604,262
15,697
7,738
33,515
15,286
2,292,420
5,749
16,591
22,340
23,698,168
1,160
2,516

489,334
1,725,212
665,778
11,406
7,698
35,560
25,428
2,471,082
0
1,270
1,270
23,822,752
0
1,907

406,588
1,710,302
668,662
9,414
7,965
37,009
19,873
2,453,225
0
5,256
5,256
21,999,517
0
2,915

(12,500)
447,979
1,649,017
695,800
10,010
11,550
39,875
43,141
2,449,393
0
6,450
6,450
22,523,317
0
0

(12,500)
460,360
1,699,017
705,800
10,010
11,550
39,875
43,141
2,509,393
0
6,450
6,450
22,523,717
0
0

0
23,701,844
4,556,915

23,824,659
4,673,292

22,002,432
5,376,348

(400,000)
22,123,317
5,789,600

(400,000)
22,123,717
5,789,600

0

48,349

68,688

4,556,915

4,721,641

125,054
125,054
403,034
403,034
1,645,054
1,645,054
227,452
160,637
388,089
4,239

161,991
161,991
376,306
376,306
1,849,742
1,849,742
249,096
127,801
376,897
340

22,513
81,193
4,653
0
112,598
29,059
299,225
328,284
627
63,267
573

111,018
125,721
8,774
0
245,853
37,831
277,585
315,416
0
83,251
3,519

5,445,036
7,215
176,515
183,730
446,577
446,577
1,822,279
1,822,279
305,761
106,030
411,791
0
99,253
138,576
8,177
62,059
308,065
46,237
364,382
410,619
0
89,426
0

25,000
5,814,600
12,000
200,300
212,300
426,711
426,711
2,068,393
2,068,393
0
115,574
115,574
0
2,000
156,000
220,125
6,950
30,000
415,075
0
331,996
331,996
0
86,050
0

25,000
5,814,600
12,000
200,300
212,300
426,711
426,711
2,068,393
2,068,393
0
115,574
115,574
6,725
2,000
92,420
219,725
6,950
53,274
381,094
0
362,118
362,118
0
81,016
0

FY11 Level
Service
(12,500)
384,656
1,753,400
656,496
10,010
15,000
36,901
19,295
2,491,102
0
5,400
5,400
22,888,813
0
0
134,000
250,000
(500,000)
22,772,813
6,088,533
87,000
32,000
(50,000)
6,157,533
12,449
200,355
212,804
443,248
443,248
1,951,584
1,951,584
0
140,978
140,978
6,725
15,000
96,815
249,647
6,950
53,274
428,411
0
345,288
345,288
0
71,312
0

Amount of
Increase/Decre
ase
0
(75,704)
54,383
(49,304)
0
3,450
(2,974)
(23,846)
(18,291)
0
(1,050)
(1,050)
365,096
0
0
134,000
250,000
(100,000)
649,096
298,933
87,000
7,000
(50,000)
342,933
449
55
504
16,537
16,537
(116,809)
(116,809)
(0)
25,404
25,404
0
13,000
4,395
29,922
0
0
47,317
0
(16,830)
(16,830)
0
(9,704)
0

% of
Increase
0.00%
-16.44%
3.20%
-6.99%
0.00%
29.87%
-7.46%
-55.27%
-0.73%
-16.28%
-16.28%
1.62%

25.00%
2.93%
5.16%
28.00%
5.90%
3.74%
0.03%
0.24%
3.88%
3.88%
-5.65%
-5.65%
-100.00%
21.98%
21.98%
0.00%
650.00%
4.76%
13.62%
0.00%
0.00%
12.42%
-4.65%
-4.65%
-11.98%

2 of 4

FTE

5.0
17.0
18.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
35.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
337.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
337.5
90.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
90.4
1.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
105.5
105.5
0.0
8.0
8.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

FY2011 Proposed Franklin School District Budget
FY07 Actual

2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
2430-General Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2440-Other Instructional Services
60-Other Expenses
2440-Other Instructional Services Field Trips Total
2451-Instructional Technology
50-Materials and Supplies
2451-Instructional Technology
2453-Library Technology/Hardware
40-Contracted Services
2453-Library Technology/Hardware Total
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total
2710-Guidance
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
2710-Guidance Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
10-Salaries
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-ESP's
33-Salaries-Substitutes
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3300-Transportation Services
10-Salaries Van Drivers
30-Trans. Coordinator Salary
30-Crossing Guards Salaries
40-Reg. Day Trans Contr. Svcs
40-Contr. Svcs Out of District
40-Contracted Svcs Homeless
40-SPED Van Leases/Misc Exp
40-Contracted Services
Less Revenue Pay to Ride
3300-Transportation Services Total
3510-Athletics
10-Salaries
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
51-Salaries/Athletic Director/Sec
60-Other Expenses

3/4/2010

64,467
124,978
124,978
355,478
0
355,478
2,951
2,951
94,475
94,475
3,015
3,015
31,174
31,174
545,238
33,548
578,786
1,200
5,427
0
6,627
689,481
23,121
4,482
717,084
375,856
55,502
409
6,952
19,575
748
459,042
121,078
25,235
74,213
605,485
652,075
0
0
1,675
0
1,479,761
226,068
183,547
47,988
18,487
10,101

FY08 Actual

86,770
134,386
134,386
417,218
2,484
419,702
1,220
1,220
84,635
84,635
13,473
13,473
63,699
63,699
497,167
33,660
530,827
325
8,354
0
8,679
759,705
31,255
3,654
794,614
389,443
54,387
0
12,456
10,381
2,605
469,272
154,115
25,992
71,748
1,144,958
813,452
44,375
0
210
2,254,850
204,091
155,313
52,040
0
0

FY09 Actual

89,426
215,355
215,355
511,780
0
511,780
2,246
2,246
167,085
167,085
4,751
4,751
82,274
82,274
643,461
33,357
676,818
0
5,183
200
5,383
765,990
45,827
11,848
823,665
441,056
64,870
0
12,506
12,904
4,103
535,439
135,016
26,772
67,683
501,233
881,818
38,995
0
1,485
1,653,002
120,452
182,024
35,313
89,952
16,306

FY10
Approved
Budget
86,050
166,655
166,655
488,931
0
488,931
10,008
10,008
144,000
144,000
8,000
8,000
96,306
96,306
658,988
39,421
698,409
0
12,354
0
12,354
804,324
25,000
8,110
837,434
456,006
54,725
0
13,451
13,232
910
538,324
216,620
26,772
74,511
1,297,080
1,142,000
20,000
0
0
(400,000)
2,376,983
255,316
216,134
43,483
92,214
7,765

FY10 Revised
Budget
81,016
166,655
166,655
487,531
0
487,531
10,008
10,008
144,000
144,000
8,000
8,000
106,831
106,831
658,988
39,421
698,409
0
9,266
0
9,266
804,324
33,200
8,110
845,634
456,006
54,725
0
13,451
13,232
910
538,324
216,620
26,772
74,511
1,297,080
1,142,000
20,000
0
0
(400,000)
2,376,983
255,316
216,134
43,483
92,214
7,765

FY11 Level
Service
71,312
175,310
175,310
490,318
0
490,318
10,650
10,650
147,942
147,942
8,000
8,000
143,824
143,824
677,564
31,385
708,949
0
10,880
0
10,880
808,894
45,000
8,550
862,444
522,631
56,362
0
14,243
12,332
908
606,476
216,620
27,843
80,049
1,297,080
1,065,566
20,000
0
0
(600,000)
2,107,158
255,316
217,215
42,135
100,012
7,804

Amount of
Increase/Decre
ase
(9,704)
8,655
8,655
2,787
0
2,787
642
642
3,942
3,942
0
0
36,993
36,993
18,576
(8,036)
10,540
0
1,614
0
1,614
4,570
11,800
440
16,810
66,625
1,637
0
792
(900)
(2)
68,152
0
1,071
5,538
0
(76,434)
0
0
0
(200,000)
(269,825)
(0)
1,081
(1,348)
7,798
39

% of
Increase
-11.98%
5.19%
5.19%
0.57%
0.57%
6.41%
6.41%
2.74%
2.74%
0.00%
0.00%
34.63%
34.63%
2.82%
-20.39%
1.51%
17.42%
17.42%
0.57%
35.54%
5.43%
1.99%
14.61%
2.99%
5.89%
-6.80%
-0.22%
12.66%
0.00%
4.00%
7.43%
0.00%
-6.69%
0.00%

50.00%
-11.35%
0.00%
0.50%
-3.10%
8.46%
0.50%

3 of 4

FTE

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
10.0
1.0
11.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
10.7
0.0
0.0
10.7
8.0
3.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
11.3
8.0
0.5
8.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
16.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.5
0.0

FY2011 Proposed Franklin School District Budget
FY07 Actual

Less Revenues
3510-Athletics Total
3520-Other Student Activities

51-Athletic Revolving
10-Salaries
50-Graduation
60-Other Expenses
50-Materials and Supplies

Less Revenue Extracurricular Participation
3520-Other Student Activities Total
3600-School Security
10-Salaries
3600-School Security
4300 -Extraordinary Maintenance
10-Salaries
4300 -Extraordinary Maintenance
4450-Technology Maintenance
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-Tech
10-Travel Stipend
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expense. In Dist. Travel
Less Revenue from LLL-Admin offset
4450-Technology Maintenance Total
5200-Fixed Charges/Insurance
40-Contracted Services
40-Health Care
40-Long Term Disability
40-Medicare Payroll Tax Exp.
Less Revenue from LLL-Admin offset
Less Revenue from LLL/Café/Grants
5200-Fixed Charges/Insurance Total
9100-Out of District
40-Contractual Svcs Public
9200- Out of State
40-Contractual Svcs Out of State
9300- Private
40-Contractual Svcs Private
9400-Collaboratives
40-Contractual Svcs Collab
Less Circuit Breaker
Less CB Extraordinary Relief
Less Medicaid Reimbursement

FY09 Actual

FY08 Actual

-156,205
329,986
72,461
6,309
1,646
120,098

411,444
72,590
0
21,837
100,150

444,047
174,552
5,255
20,595
3,000

200,514
39,942
39,942

194,577
0
0

0
257,057
195,377

0
113,229
291,798
1,000
0
0
1,722

203,402
0
0
17,198
17,198
164,824
294,099
1,000
0
0
1,291

FY10
Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

(180,000)
434,912
139,700
5,700
30,000
0

(180,000)
434,912
140,300
5,700
30,000
0

175,400
0
0

FY11 Level
Service

176,000
0
0

(300,000)
322,482
139,700
11,793
14,414
0
(40,000)
125,907
0
0

(120,000)
(112,430)
(600)
6,093
(15,586)
0
(40,000)
(50,093)
0
0
0
8,732
10,091
0
0
0
0
0
18,823
(200)
389,337
0
17,963
0
0
407,100
(77,175)
(10,718)
378,351
69,937
280,000
426,339
300,000

0
223,286
252,287
1,000
0
0
1,800
(12,500)
465,873
4,000
3,702,663
19,580
579,626
0
(300,000)
4,005,869
604,190
77,700
3,460,000
1,538,750
(1,110,000)
(426,339)
(300,000)

0
223,486
252,287
1,000
0
0
1,800
(12,500)
466,073
4,000
3,702,663
19,580
579,626

0
232,218
262,378
1,000
0
0
1,800
(12,500)
484,896
3,800
4,092,000
19,580
597,589

(300,000)
4,005,869
604,190
69,500
3,460,000
1,538,750
(1,110,000)
(426,339)
(300,000)

(300,000)
4,412,969
527,015
58,782
3,838,351
1,608,687
(830,000)
0
0

3,318,404

3,844,301

3,836,101

5,202,835

51,371,350 54,337,880 47,233,802

50,297,820

50,297,820

52,255,910

0
0
1,447
(50,000)
453,881
3,800
3,194,252
26,885
516,177
(50,000)
0
3,691,114
437,810

407,749
3,800
3,633,283
33,338
536,586

1,268,039
1,052,404
0

1,711,346
1,095,930
0

0

0

9100-Out of District

2,758,253

3,260,126

Facilities

5,147,919

5,184,940

0
4,207,007
452,850

461,214
3,800
2,634,378
17,997
510,239

3,166,414
319,054
0
2,006,367
992,983

Amount of
Increase/Decre
ase

% of
Increase
66.67%
-25.85%
-0.43%
106.89%
-51.95%

-28.46%

3.91%
4.00%
0.00%

0.00%
0.00%
4.04%
-5.00%
10.52%
0.00%
3.10%

FTE

1.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.0
6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.00%
10.16%
-12.77%
-15.42%
10.94%
4.55%
-25.23%
-100.00%
-100.00%

9.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

1,366,734

35.63%

0.0

1,958,090

3.89%

653.0

Wage Settlement and Holdback Accounts

Total District Budget

3/4/2010

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F.X. O’Regan Early Childhood Development Center
224 Oak Street
Karen Seyfried-Principal
www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/ecdc
School Philosophy:
The Francis X. O.’Regan Early Childhood Development Center is a multi-aged integrated
preschool operated by the Franklin Public Schools. The program is designed for children who are three to
five years old. Parent and community involvement is an integral part of our school.
The highly trained staff utilizes a developmentally appropriate curriculum based on the National
Association for the Education of Young children and the Massachusetts Department of Education
guidelines. Multi-sensory and hands-on experiences maximize learning opportunities in the areas of
social/emotional, language, motor, cognitive, and daily living skills.
School Mission:
The Francis X. O’Regan Early Childhood Development Center’s mission is to focus on the whole
child and their families by providing a safe and nurturing environment that support a high quality early
childhood education.
We encourage each child to observe, question, and explore their environment. The Francis X.
O’Regan Early Childhood Development Center believes every child has the ability to learn and will be
provided the tools needed for them to succeed.
Enrollment:
Current enrollment: 199 students (27 related service only)
87 students have individualized educational programs (IEP)
Professional Staff:
Early Childhood Special Educators- 7
Speech and Language Therapist- 3
Physical Therapist-1
Occupational Therapist-1
Educational Assistants- 12
School Facts:
1. Outreach- Special Education consults to private preschools
2. Community involvement: Weekly partnership with the Franklin Senior Center (music/art), Franklin Food
Pantry (throughout the year), Meals on Wheels (Thanksgiving placemats), Shriner’s Hospital (can tabs)
and Boston Children’s Hospital (new book drive)
3. Facilitate and coordinate the Franklin Early Childhood Network (Franklin private and public preschools
and kindergarten programs) initiatives with the Department of Early Education and Care mandates
4. Child Find- Screen and evaluate all Franklin three to five year olds suspected of a disability
5. Provide weekly workshops and support to parents with children on IEP’s
6. Provide special education services for Franklin three-to five years old with a disability
7. The F.X. O’Regan Early Childhood Development Center is accredited by the National Association for
the Education of Young Children

ECDC Budget

10

FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
10-Salaries
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
10-Salaries
Less Pre-K Revolving
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2320-Therapeutic Services
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses - Mileage
2320-Therapeutic Services Total
2325-Subsititutes
33-Salaries-Substitutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
31-Salaries-EA's
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
2430-General Supplies Total
2453-Library Technology
40-Contracted Services
2453-Library Technology Total
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total

3/4/2010

87,550
-3,110
0
1,217
2,955
340
88,952

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

90,177
34,147

94,489
35,676

1,645
237
126,206

3,395
416
133,976

1,288
1,288
0
0
541,786

475
475

1,144
1,144

0
583,928

0
625,938

541,786

583,928

300
300
2,859
2,859
86,791
86,791

0
1,742
1,742
125,790
125,790

625,938
4,386
258
4,644
17,730
17,730

0
2,930
3,881

0
2,775
1,405

0
900
645

6,811
2,942
2,942
0
0
2,208
2,208
0
0
0
0
0
0

4,180
1,954
1,954

1,545
3,980
3,980

0
2,451
2,451

2,464
2,464

0

0

0

0
234
234

0

0

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

94,571
40,591
911
0
3,300
500
139,873
0
1,200
1,200
0
0
669,746

94,571
40,591
911
0
3,300
500
139,873
0
1,200
1,200
0
0
669,746

669,746

669,746

300
300
11,463
11,463
76,950
76,950
0
0
0
3,000
0
0
0
3,000
4,312
4,312
0
0
3,063
3,063
0
0
0
0
500
500

300
300
11,463
11,463
76,950
76,950
0
0
0
3,000
0
0
0
3,000
4,312
4,312
0
0
3,063
3,063
0
0
0
0
500
500

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
98,354
36,030
911
4,000
600
139,895
1,200
1,200
0
681,866
(50,000)
631,866
355
355
18,000
18,000
0

0
2,100

2,100
4,400
4,400
0
2,300
2,300
0
0
800
800

3,783
(4,561)
0
0
700
100
22
0
0
0
0
0
12,120
(50,000)
(37,880)
0
55
55
6,537
6,537
(76,950)
(76,950)
0
0
0
(900)
0
0
0
(900)
88
88
0
0
(763)
(763)
0
0
0
0
300
300

% of
Increase
4.0%
-11.2%
0.0%

FTE

1.0
1.0

21.2%
20.0%
0.0%

2.0

0.0%
0.0%

0.0

1.8%

0.0
9.8

-5.7%

9.8

18.3%
18.3%
57.0%
57.0%
-100.0%
-100.0%

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
-30.0%

-30.0%
2.0%
2.0%

0.0
0.0
0.0

-24.9%
-24.9%

0.0
0.0
0.0

60.0%
60.0%

0.0

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ECDC

2710-Guidance
2710-Guidance Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services

FY07 Actual

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

10-Salaries
0

0

0

0

0

0

0
35,142
353

0
37,580
580

659
36,154

658
38,818

0
41,862
1,267
670
658
44,457

0

0

0
102,041
3,068

0
22,623
3,726
26,349
13,629
2,959
1,921
18,509
23,475

4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total

105,109
13,094
2,932
3,145
19,171
22,801
2,117
24,918
0
11,161
11,161
0
0
5,783
217
6,000

ECDC Totals

936,450

985,154

2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3300-Transportation Services
3300-Transportation Services Total
3520-Other Student Services
3520-Other Student Services Total
4110-Custodial Services

4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings

4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4225-Building Security
4225-Building Security
4230-Maintenance of Equipment

3/4/2010

50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

23,475
8,253
10,323
18,576
0
4,972
7,729
12,701
836,112

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45,233
0
0
1,675
46,908
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45,233
0
0
1,675
46,908
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

957,315

957,315

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
ease
Budget

0
0

0
48,044

1,675
49,719
0
0

850,635

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,811
0
0
0
2,811
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(106,680)

% of
Increase

FTE

0.0
0.0

6.2%

0.0
1.0

0.0%
6.0%

1.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0
-11.1%

12.8

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Davis Thayer Elementary School
137 West Central Street
Franklin, Massachusetts
Shirley A. Babcock, Principal
www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/davis/

School Vision: Davis Thayer adheres to the Franklin Vision Statement. Davis Thayer will foster
within its students the knowledge and skills to find and achieve satisfaction in life as productive
global citizens.
School Mission: The Davis Thayer community encourages students to become respectful and
responsible citizens by nurturing self-esteem and a love of learning and fostering the ideals of
excellence, courage, honor, and service to others.
Enrollment: 315 students in grades K-5
Professional Staff: 25 professional staff members
School Facts:
 Davis Thayer offers a myriad of enrichment and support services beyond the school day
including:
o Before School Math and Reading Clubs
o Continental Math League
o 5th grade Breakfast Book Club
 An anti-bullying club, Bobcat Buddies, works to promote elimination of all types of
bullying and unkind behavior. The Buddies have also spearheaded several service
projects including donations to the Franklin Food Pantry and the Haiti Earthquake effort.
 Students are encouraged to read outside of school through a home/school reading
initiative, “Read Across the Solar System”.
 The Davis Thayer PCC raises funds to provide numerous cultural, academic, and science
programs to enrich the educational program for our students.
 Annual academic projects such as the 5th grade Invention Convention and the 4th grade
Wax Museum are presented to the school and parent communities.
 Family Math Fun mornings are held monthly to familiarize parents with games that can
be played at home to reinforce math skills.
 An annual Founders’ Day is held every June to celebrate the rich history and tradition of
Davis Thayer. Former graduates are invited back for a musical program and a tour of
their alma mater.
School Achievement Profile:
 All subgroups at Davis Thayer have met AYP.
 The Davis Thayer AYP report card indicates that students have met or exceeded the
target in both English Language Arts and Mathematics.
 Davis Thayer students received ratings of very high in both ELA and Mathematics.
 The Davis Thayer 4th grade placed third in the state for the percentage (60%) of students
scoring on the advanced level on the ELA subtest of the MCAS.

Davis Thayer Budget 11

FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
60-Other Expenses
10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total

3/4/2010

87,550
33,691
8,495
0
3,384
490
133,610
1,267
0
1,267
1,306,356
1,160
1,307,516
224,385
224,385
19,702
19,702
160,934
160,934
17,981
10,259
28,240
1,935
7,075

9,010
24,844
24,844
627
911
573
2,111
9,120
9,120

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

90,177
45,168

93,600
35,740
9,049

2,516
569
138,430

2,887
869
142,145

0
1,269,504

0
1,290,752

1,269,504
235,275
235,275
10,755
10,755
140,786
140,786
19,675
11,541
31,216
2,222
6,306

1,290,752
299,227
299,227
30,862
30,862
153,725
153,725
21,479
12,107
33,586

8,528
3,918
3,918

7,532
3,148
3,148

3,559

6,795

3,559
9,929
9,929

6,795
18,406
18,406

7,532

FY10 Approved
Budget
93,685
39,421
911
0
2,500
950
137,467
0
0
0
1,300,435
0
1,300,435
351,937
351,937
24,000
24,000
164,487
164,487
0
10,749
10,749
0
0
0
0
0
23,500
23,500
0
4,000
0
4,000
14,900
14,900

FY10 Revised
Budget
93,685
39,421
911
0
2,500
950
137,467
0
0
0
1,300,435
0
1,300,435
351,937
351,937
24,000
24,000
164,487
164,487
0
10,749
10,749
0
0
0
0
0
23,500
23,500
0
4,000
0
4,000
14,900
14,900

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
97,432
34,698
911
2,500
950
136,491

0
1,330,346
1,330,346
233,581
233,581
24,000
24,000
154,055
154,055
11,002
11,002

0
23,200
23,200
1,500
1,500
17,000
17,000

3,747
(4,723)
0
0
0
0
(976)
0
0
0
29,911
0
29,911
(118,356)
(118,356)
0
0
(10,432)
(10,432)
0
253
253
0
0
0
0
0
(300)
(300)
0
(2,500)
0
(2,500)
2,100
2,100

% of
Increase
4.0%
-12.0%
0.0%

FTE

1.0
1.0

0.0%
0.0%
-0.7%

2.0

2.3%

0.0
19.0

2.3%
-33.6%
-33.6%
0.0%
0.0%
-6.3%
-6.3%
2.4%
2.4%

19.0
3.3
3.3
0.0
8.5
8.5
0.0
1.0
1.0

0.0
-1.3%
-1.3%

0.0

-62.5%
-62.5%
14.1%
14.1%

0.0
0.0

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Davis Thayer

2430-General Supplies
2430-General Supplies Total
2451-Instructional Technology
2451-Instructional Technology
2455-Instructional Software
2455-Instructional Software Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3520-Student Activities
3520-Student Activities
4110-Custodial Services

4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings

4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings

FY07 Actual

50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services

32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
Total Davis Thayer

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

16,789

39,303

56,050

16,789
0
0
0
0
50,011
1,624
51,635
44,689
876
658
46,223
500
500
77,514

39,303

56,050

0

0

0
33,884
660
34,544
48,252
617
1,383
50,252

0
30,680
230
30,910
56,250
1,076
1,685
59,011

0
79,282

4,917
82,431
35,173
4,971
4,920
45,064
39,506
7,068
46,574
1,782
29,886
31,668
4,529
4,563
9,092

6,304
85,586
36,530
7,698
2,553
46,781
46,002
46,002
17,050
12,836
29,886
4,454
4,248
8,702

2,250,715

2,192,956

2,132,149

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

FY11 Level
Amount of
Increase/Decr
Service
Budget
ease

18,550
0
18,550
0
0
0
0
34,864
250
35,114
60,106
0
1,290
61,396
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

18,550
0
18,550
0
0
0
0
34,864
250
35,114
60,106
0
1,290
61,396
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

19,250

2,146,535

2,146,535

2,049,052

19,250
0
0
34,568
250
34,818
62,519
1,290
63,809
0

700
0
700
0
0
0
0
(296)
0
(296)
2,413
0
0
2,413
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(97,483)

% of
Increase

FTE

3.8%
3.8%

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.7

-0.8%
0.0%
-0.8%
4.0%

0.7
1.0

0.0%
3.9%

1.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
-4.5%

35.5

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Jefferson Elementary School 
628 Washington Street 
Franklin, MA  02038 
Jane Hyman, Principal 
www.franklin.k12.ma.us/auto/schools/Jefferson  
 
School Motto:  
School Mission: 

School Values: 

Enrollment:   
Professional Staff: 
School Facts:   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Jefferson Learning Keeps the World Turning 
Our  mission,  in  partnership  with  Jefferson  families,  is  to  promote  academic 
excellence  through  appropriate  educational  experiences  in  a  safe  and  healthy 
environment that is conducive to developing a lifelong learner.  We will promote 
social competency by encouraging a sense of self‐esteem, teamwork, a respect 
for  human  diversity,  and  an  appreciation  for  the  importance  of  community 
involvement. 
We  value  a  safe  and  clean,  orderly  environment  that  encourages  lifelong 
learning. 
We value developing the self‐esteem of children by promoting their strengths, 
acknowledging  their  needs,  and  recognizing  the  value  of  their  opinions  and 
ideas. 
We  value  encouraging  students  to  be  responsible  and  respectful  toward  the 
diverse Jefferson community and the community at large. 
We  value  promoting  academic  excellence  by  encouraging  and  challenging 
students to reach their potential. 
We  value  the  importance  of  staff,  parents,  guardians,  and  the  community  in 
the development of the whole child. 
501 
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Artist‐in‐Residence Program ~ 2009/2010 Origami 
Citizens Award Program 
Community Service Projects 
 
Hope for Haiti 
 
Hat and Mitten Drive 
 
Baskets for Seniors and Concert Serenade 
 
Food Pantry Donations 
School Buddy Program 
Supplementary Reading Program ~ 2009/2010 Theme: Dive Into Reading 
Jump Rope for Heart Project 
Student Council 
 
 

 
 

   <         Good Citizens  
 
 Program 

 
 

 
 

           Chinese New Year 
 
   Parade  

Jefferson Elementary Budget

12
FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2320-SPED Contracted Services Tch
2320-SPED Contracted Services Tch
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
40-Mileage Itinerant Teachers
10-Salaries
40-Contracted Services
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

104,840
48,532
592
1,317
2,500
185
157,966
0

107,985
48,789
1,296

110,633
51,565

2,889
490
161,449

2,749
490
165,437

0
2,051,386
2,516
2,053,902
390,857
390,857
0
0
15,954
15,954
171,548
171,548
11,885
36,065
47,950
2,689
5,895

0
2,054,864
1,907
2,056,771
305,397
305,397

0
1,771,141
2,915
1,774,056
420,412
420,412

0
18,990
18,990
232,405
232,405
22,425
31,371
53,796
2,931
5,167

0
20,854
20,854
251,371
251,371
43,007
6,977
49,984

8,584
27,313
27,313
9,024
9,024
9,403
9,403
58,374

8,098
23,147
23,147
9,838
9,838
8,352
8,352
58,956

3,958
28,574
28,574
10,805
10,805
9,541
9,541
83,868

58,374

58,956

83,868

3,958

FY10 Approved
Budget
110,732
59,132
911
0
3,000
700
174,475
0
0
0
1,854,909
0
1,854,909
436,088
436,088
0
0
39,000
39,000
267,190
267,190
0
9,343
9,343
0
0
0
0
0
13,560
13,560
8,000
8,000
9,500
9,500
57,290
0
57,290

FY10 Revised
Budget
110,732
59,132
911
0
3,000
700
174,475
0
0
0
1,854,909
0
1,854,909
436,088
436,088
0
0
39,000
39,000
267,190
267,190
0
9,343
9,343
0
0
0
0
0
13,560
13,560
8,000
8,000
9,500
9,500
57,290
0
57,290

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
115,161
48,922
911
3,000
600
168,594

0
1,807,976
1,807,976
513,888
513,888
0
39,000
39,000
265,397
265,397
9,771
9,771

0
12,100
12,100
5,500
5,500
10,000
10,000
59,752
59,752

4,429
(10,210)
0
0
0
(100)
(5,881)
0
0
0
(46,933)
0
(46,933)
77,800
77,800
0
0
0
0
(1,793)
(1,793)
0
428
428
0
0
0
0
0
(1,460)
(1,460)
(2,500)
(2,500)
500
500
2,462
0
2,462

% of
Increase
4.0%
-17.3%
0.0%

FTE
1.0
1.5

0.0%
-14.3%
-3.4%

2.5

-2.5%

0.0
26.5

-2.5%
17.8%
17.8%

26.5
7.3
7.3
0.0

0.0%
0.0%
-0.7%
-0.7%
4.6%
4.6%

0.0
15.0
15.0
0.0
0.5
0.5

0.0
-10.8%
-10.8%
-31.3%
-31.3%
5.3%
5.3%
4.3%
4.3%

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

page 15 of 29

Jefferson

2451-Instructional Technology
2451-Instructional Technology
2453-Instructional Hardware
2453-Instructional Hardware
2455-Instructional Software
2455-Instructional Software Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3520-Other Student Activities
3520-Other Student Activities
4110-Custodial Services

4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings

4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4225-Building Security
4225-Building Security
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
Total Jefferson Elementary

3/4/2010

FY07 Actual
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
50-Materials and Supplies
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

855
855
0
0
2,951
2,951
0
0
58,595
985
59,580
19,789
5,828
658
748
27,023
500
500
111,341

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

0
9,553
9,553
5,281
5,281
0
62,082
876
62,958
20,979
6,488
658
1,074
29,199
0
104,969

14,003
125,344
50,460
20,557
5,000
76,017
99,066
11,955
111,021
724
24,844
25,568
3,000
3,000
8,972
3,842
12,814

12,865
117,834
55,286
8,590
4,005
67,881
119,086

3,395,548

3,402,300

971
971
4,039
4,039
4,765
4,765
0
57,307
853
58,160
22,268
5,995
658
2,544
31,465
3,000
3,000

119,086
24,520
12,193
36,713
2,951
2,951
9,397
4,248
13,645
2,921,260

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

1,000
1,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
0
0
62,942
500
63,442
23,774
5,942
1,000
660
31,376
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1,000
1,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
0
0
62,942
500
63,442
23,774
5,942
1,000
660
31,376
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2,975,173

2,975,173

Amount of
FY11 Level
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
1,000
1,000
5,000
5,000
4,000
4,000
0
65,372
500
65,872
32,534
6,286
1,000
658
40,478
0

3,008,328

0
0
0
0
(1,000)
(1,000)
0
0
2,430
0
2,430
8,760
344
0
(2)
9,102
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33,155

% of
Increase
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-20.0%
-20.0%

3.9%
0.0%
3.8%
36.8%
5.8%
0.0%
-0.3%
29.0%

FTE

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.3

0.8
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0
1.1%

53.6

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John F. Kennedy School
551 Pond Street
Joan D. Toye
http://www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/kennedy/

School Mission:
The mission of the John F. Kennedy School is to enable, encourage, and challenge every
student to continue the pursuit of lifelong learning by providing a safe, nurturing, and
enjoyable academic environment. Through the collaborative efforts of staff, parents, and
community we strive to help each student become a confident, responsible, and active
citizen on an ever-changing global society.
Enrollment: 510
Professional Staff: 37.7 (23 classroom teachers, 8.5 specialist teachers, 3.2 specialist
teachers, school nurse, .5 team chairperson,. 5 head teacher, principal)

School Facts:
 Our school is in its 45th year.
School Achievement Profile:
 One of 19 schools in Massachusetts to meet the criteria for both “High
Achievement” and “High Growth” in Mathematics, using the new DESE Student
Growth Model. The criteria is for at least 85% of our students to achieve at
Proficient or Above Proficient levels and to show a median growth above the 60th
percentile.
 On latest MCAS testing, (Spring 2009):
o 90% of our 3rd grade students achieved at levels Proficient or Above
Proficient in Math.
o 89% of our 5th grade students achieved at levels Proficient or Above
Proficient in Math.
o 87% of our 5th grade students achieved at levels Proficient or Above
Proficient in ELA.
o 86% of our 4th grade students achieved at levels Proficient or Above
Proficient in ELA.

Kindergarten Penguin Show

John F. Kennedy Budget

13
FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2320-SPED Contracted Services Tch
2320-SPED Contracted Services Tch
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
10-Salaries
40-Contracted Services
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total

3/4/2010

93,359
36,140
0
0
4,097
1,893
135,489
1,317

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual
96,160
35,972
8,390

98,518
37,387

1,933
726
143,181

4,720
938
141,563

1,885,287
1,885,287
351,632
351,632

1,836,975
1,836,975
345,289
345,289

0
30,459
30,459
117,428
117,428
19,820
8,172
27,992
2,312
10,018

0
36,504
36,504
127,889
127,889
21,626
14,026
35,652

13,469
30,464
30,464
3,794
3,794
12,271
12,271
37,523

12,330
19,920
19,920
4,212
4,212
14,598
14,598
46,128

9,852
30,096
30,096
5,870
5,870
16,381
16,381
49,094

37,523

46,128

49,094

1,317
1,913,427
1,913,427
412,104
412,104
0
0
51,836
51,836
117,331
117,331
19,748
0
19,748
1,855
11,614

9,852

FY10 Approved
Budget
98,606
39,421
911
0
4,000
750
143,688
0
0
0
1,745,859
1,745,859
364,133
364,133
0
0
33,000
33,000
134,447
134,447
0
18,324
18,324
0
0
0
0
0
42,000
42,000
5,000
5,000
23,000
23,000
32,400
0
32,400

FY10 Revised
Budget
98,606
39,421
911
0
4,000
750
143,688
0
0
0
1,745,859
1,745,859
364,133
364,133
0
0
33,000
33,000
134,447
134,447
0
18,324
18,324
0
0
0
0
0
42,000
42,000
5,000
5,000
23,000
23,000
32,400
0
32,400

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
102,550
35,718
911
3,000
1,200
143,379

0
1,956,541
1,956,541
352,436
352,436
0
33,000
33,000
116,747
116,747
18,864
18,864

0
43,000
43,000
4,000
4,000
20,000
20,000
30,640
30,640

3,944
(3,703)
0
0
(1,000)
450
(309)
0
0
0
210,682
210,682
(11,697)
(11,697)
0
0
0
0
(17,700)
(17,700)
(0)
540
540
0
0
0
0
0
1,000
1,000
(1,000)
(1,000)
(3,000)
(3,000)
(1,760)
0
(1,760)

% of
Increase
4.0%
-9.4%
0.0%

FTE
1.0
1.0

-25.0%
60.0%
-0.2%

2.0

12.1%
12.1%
-3.2%
-3.2%

0.0
27.5
27.5
5.5
5.5
0.0

0.0%
0.0%
-13.2%
-13.2%
-100.0%
2.9%
2.9%

0.0
6.5
6.5
0.0
1.0
1.0

0.0
2.4%
2.4%
-20.0%
-20.0%
-13.0%
-13.0%
-5.4%
-5.4%

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

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John F. Kennedy

2451-Instructional Technology
2451-Instructional Technology
2455-Instructional Software
2455-Instructional Software Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3520-Other Student Activities
3520-Other Student Activities
4110-Custodial Services

4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings

4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4225-Building Security
4225-Building Security
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
Total Kennedy Elementary

3/4/2010

FY07 Actual

50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

0

520

485

0
0
0
0
0
62,701

520

485
1,896
1,896

62,701
56,962
213
658
57,833
500
500
114,913

0
0
66,285
66,285
57,983
90
658
643
59,374
0
118,492

5,380
120,293
46,442
6,000
3,993
56,435
47,643
6,902
54,545
1,501
25,387
26,888
2,948
2,948
6,750
2,788
9,538

6,850
125,342
52,516
8,188
6,340
67,044
57,738

3,140,454

3,075,293

0
69,526
425
69,951
59,453
658
845
60,956
0

57,738
27,303
4,535
31,838
1,948
1,948
6,864
5,173
12,037
2,768,453

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

1,000
0
1,000
2,000
2,000
0
0
78,045
0
78,045
67,162
0
660
700
68,522
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1,000
0
1,000
2,000
2,000
0
0
78,045
0
78,045
67,162
0
660
700
68,522
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2,691,418

2,691,418

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
ease
Budget
800
800
3,000
3,000
0
78,045
78,045
67,162
660
800
68,622
0

2,869,074

(200)
0
(200)
1,000
1,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
177,656

% of
Increase

FTE

-20.0%
-20.0%
50.0%
50.0%

0.0
0.0

0.0%

0.0
1.0

0.0%
0.0%

1.0
1.0

0.0%
14.3%
0.1%

1.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0
6.6%

44.5

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Oak Street Elementary School
224 Oak Street
Franklin, MA 02038
Principal Corine Minkle
http://www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/oak/default.htm

School Motto:

Lessons from the geese.

School Vision:

To foster critical thinking. To strive for academic excellence. To promote
life long learners.

School Mission:
Oak Street School creates a safe, nurturing, child-centered environment that promotes a variety of effective
teaching and learning strategies, while fostering a positive self image for all learners. Students will achieve
their maximum potential towards life-long learning based on their abilities, learning styles, and
developmental stages. Our educational programs will meet students needs and develop critical thinking
skills, as well as emphasize academic excellence. Such excellence depends on diversity of perspective, a
spirit of independence, and a community of trust. Oak Street School aims to create cooperative partnerships
linking our school with the home and community.
Enrollment: 462
Professional Staff: 44
School Facts:
 Night of the Arts
 Walking Wednesdays
 Fundraisers:
o Coins for Caps (Franklin Food Pantry)
o Hats for Haiti (Doctors w/o Borders)
o Daffodils (Cancer research/cures)
o Dollars for Cure (MS)
o Jean Jar Donation (staff only fundraiser to Franklin Food Pantry)
School Achievement Profile:

NCLB Accountability Status

Performance
Rating

Improvement Rating

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

No Status

Very High

On Target

MATHEMATICS

No Status

High

No Change

Adequate Yearly Progress History
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
ELA
MATH

Aggregate

Yes

Yes Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

All Subgroups -

-

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Aggregate

Yes Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

All Subgroups -

Yes

NCLB Accountability Status
No Status
No Status

Oak Street Budget

14

FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
50-Materials and Supplies
2720-Testing and Assessment Total

3/4/2010

92,031
46,597
724
0
3,601
1,650
144,603
531
0
531
1,904,364
1,904,364
300,377
300,377
27,833
27,833
187,775
187,775
28,867
12,807
41,674
1,082
5,100

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

94,791
50,636

99,428
50,906
365

3,720
944
150,091

3,899
944
155,542

0
1,974,515
1,974,515
487,671
487,671
39,887
39,887
240,735
240,735
31,263
17,467
48,730
2,900
8,838

0
1,912,919
1,912,919
495,492
495,492
34,355
34,355
216,849
216,849
37,215
10,948
48,163

6,182
40,826
40,826
7,573
7,573
16,792
16,792
27,839

11,738
7,543
7,543
4,830
4,830
19,136
19,136
58,250

6,979
0
4,049
4,049
22,741
22,741
76,259

27,839
2,320
2,320
0
0

58,250
5,319
5,319

76,259
3,657
3,657

0

0

6,979

FY10 Approved
Budget
99,515
59,132
911
0
4,000
1,000
164,558
0
0
0
1,948,317
1,948,317
613,987
613,987
36,000
36,000
257,646
257,646
0
9,298
9,298
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,400
3,400
20,000
20,000
68,800
0
68,800
5,000
5,000
0
0

FY10 Revised
Budget
99,515
59,132
911
0
4,000
1,000
164,558
0
0
0
1,948,317
1,948,317
613,987
613,987
36,000
36,000
257,646
257,646
0
9,298
9,298
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,400
3,400
20,000
20,000
68,800
0
68,800
5,000
5,000
0
0

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
103,496
51,567
911
2,000
1,000
158,974

1,834,456
1,834,456
613,274
613,274
36,000
36,000
252,235
252,235
9,524
9,524

0
0
1,000
1,000
20,000
20,000
68,110
68,110
4,000
4,000
0

3,981
(7,565)
0
0
(2,000)
0
(5,584)
0
0
0
(113,861)
(113,861)
(713)
(713)
0
0
(5,411)
(5,411)
0
226
226
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(2,400)
(2,400)
0
0
(690)
0
(690)
(1,000)
(1,000)
0
0

% of
Increase
4.0%
-12.8%
0.0%
-50.0%
0.0%
-3.4%

-5.8%
-5.8%
-0.1%
-0.1%
0.0%
0.0%
-2.1%
-2.1%
2.4%
2.4%

FTE

1.0
1.5

2.5

0.0
26.7
26.7
9.1
9.1
0.0
14.0
14.0
0.0
0.5
0.5

0.0
0.0
-70.6%
-70.6%
0.0%
0.0%
-1.0%
-1.0%
-20.0%
-20.0%

0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0

page 13 of 29

Oak Street

2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3520-Other Student Activities
3520-Other Student Activities
4110-Custodial Services

4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings

4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4230-Maintenance of Equipment

FY07 Actual

10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
50-Materials and Supplies
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
4300-Extraordinary Repairs
50-Materials and Supplies
4300-Extraordinary Repairs
5350-Rental/Lease Buildings
50-Materials and Supplies
5350-Rental/Lease Buildings
Total Oak Street Elementary School

3/4/2010

55,389
0
55,389
43,039
7,309
658
0
51,006
500
500
100,034
12,140
112,174
56,048

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

59,325
638
59,963
45,953
7,388
658
888
54,887

62,882
924
63,806
27,039
11,562
658
714
39,973

0
74,147
738
12,464
87,349
69,027

0

4,903
60,951
100,093
9,525
109,618
4,219
7,466
11,685
6,916
4,850
11,766
4,440
4,440
0
0

5,259
74,286
105,634

3,126,218

3,476,102

105,634
16,292
11,940
28,232
13,751
3,555
17,306
0
0
3,080,784

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
ease
Budget

66,865
500
67,365
27,586
6,393
1,000
250
35,229
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

66,865
500
67,365
27,586
6,393
1,000
250
35,229
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

69,301
500
69,801
29,053
6,511
1,000
250
36,814

3,229,600

3,229,600

3,104,188

0

2,436
0
2,436
1,467
118
0
0
1,585
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(125,412)

% of
Increase
3.6%
0.0%
3.6%
5.3%
1.8%
0.0%
0.0%
4.5%

FTE

1.0
1.0
0.5
0.3

0.8
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0
-3.9%

54.6

page 14 of 29

Gerald M. Parmenter Elementary School
235 Wachusett Street
Judith Bassignani, Principal
http://www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/parmenter/
School Motto: Touching minds, shaping futures
Gerald M. Parmenter School Mission Statement
The Gerald M. Parmenter School community’s mission is to touch the minds and shape the futures of its students
preparing them to meet the opportunities and challenges of their lives. Parmenter creates a learning environment in
which students are encouraged to




develop into self-confident, independent, responsible, and compassionate individuals.
respect other points of view and appreciate differences.
become self-motivated learners who strive to attain high levels of achievement.
work individually and cooperatively to solve problems creatively and communicate effectively.
reach out to the global community to broaden their learning experiences.

Gerald M. Parmenter Elementary School Goals
The Gerald M. Parmenter School provides a balanced curriculum that enables and encourages students to










Accept social and academic responsibility for their actions.
Respect integrity, hard work, diversity and the rights, opinions, and feelings of others.
Apply appropriate problem-solving skills in academic areas and social situations.
Communicate effectively when speaking and writing.
Listen with understanding and empathy.
Read for understanding and enjoyment.
Use mathematical skills as a practical life tool.
Develop skills based on the scientific method and a hands-on approach.
Learn about people and their cultures.
Develop skills and attitudes that promote physical and mental health.
Develop an appreciation of the arts.

 Use technology and other media appropriately as tools to gain knowledge and enhance
understanding of other curricular areas.
Enrollment: 440
Professional Staff: 36.5
School Facts:

 The Parmenter mascot is the Parmenter Panda
 Custodian Joe Zazza is the Parmenter artist in residence and has painted murals and stenciled artwork to
enhance our hallways
 Parmenter is leading the way in grind green as a school community
 Parmenter received a state grant to add fifty solar panels to the rook. This initiative project will reduce energy
costs. Part of the grant includes a weather monitoring system which will be used by grade four students to
supplement their science curriculum.
 The Town of Franklin ill be installing a water garden in front of Parmenter. The rain garden will help to make
the Charles River cleaner and safer. Paremten is part of the Charles River watershed and runs off flows from
Parmenter to the river.

School Achievement Profile:

 Parmenter showed high growth on the Grade 5 ELA test with a SGP of 67% and a Very High CPI
performance rating.
 Parmenter made AYP in Mathematics in both the aggregate and subgroups. The school did not make AYP in
ELA in the aggregate or the Special Education subgroups. The school’s aggregate missed meeting the ELA
target performance score (90.2) by 0.8 CPI points. Parmenter must make ELA AYP in both populations to
avoid Improvement-Subgroups status.

Parmenter Budget 15
FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2451-Instructional Technology
50-Materials and Supplies
2451-Instructional Technolology
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total

3/4/2010

93,506
37,509
289
0
2,905
490
134,699
1,317
182
1,499
1,618,956
1,618,956
352,733
352,733
43,605
43,605
178,884
178,884
6,413
9,601
16,014
3,645
4,394

8,039
9,316
9,316
583
583
7,835
7,835
43,737
43,737
0
0
902
902

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

94,791
37,411
663

98,512
37,839

5,096
1,994

1,888
1,009
139,248

139,955

0
1,653,342
1,653,342
293,859
293,859
42,922
42,922
184,117
184,117
10,305
10,305
1,965
4,117

0
1,602,443
1,602,443
347,427
347,427
19,528
19,528
239,462
239,462
18,767
10,440
29,207
8,487

6,082
26,566
26,566
3,637
3,637
15,202
15,202
22,334
1,124
23,458

8,487
30,915
30,915
2,772
2,772
15,537
15,537
36,781

0

0

0

0

36,781

FY10 Approved
Budget
98,598
39,421
911
0
4,700
2,000
145,630
0
0
0
1,589,955
1,589,955
413,669
413,669
28,248
28,248
260,489
260,489
0
12,218
12,218
0
0
0
0
0
31,500
31,500
4,000
4,000
15,000
15,000
33,900
0
33,900
0
0
0
0

FY10 Revised
Budget
98,598
39,421
911
0
4,700
2,000
145,630
0
0
0
1,589,955
1,589,955
413,669
413,669
28,248
28,248
260,489
260,489
0
12,218
12,218
0
0
0
0
0
31,500
31,500
4,000
4,000
15,000
15,000
33,900
0
33,900
0
0
0
0

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
102,542
35,718
911
3,000
2,000
144,171

0
1,623,449
1,623,449
359,611
359,611
28,248
28,248
252,850
252,850
12,572
12,572

0
32,800
32,800
3,000
3,000
15,000
15,000
34,940
34,940
0
0

3,944
(3,703)
0
0
(1,700)
0
(1,459)
0
0
0
33,494
33,494
(54,058)
(54,058)
0
0
(7,639)
(7,639)
0
354
354
0
0
0
0
0
1,300
1,300
(1,000)
(1,000)
0
0
1,040
0
1,040
0
0
0
0

% of
Increase
4.0%
-9.4%
0.0%
-36.2%
0.0%
-1.0%

2.1%
2.1%
-13.1%
-13.1%
0.0%
0.0%
-2.9%
-2.9%
2.9%
2.9%

FTE

1.0
1.0

2.0

0.0
24.3
24.3
5.4
5.4
0.0
13.5
13.5
0.0
1.0
1.0

0.0
4.1%
4.1%
-25.0%
-25.0%
0.0%
0.0%
3.1%
3.1%

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0

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Parmenter

2710-Guidance
2710-Guidance Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3520-Other Student Activities
3520-Other Student Activities
4110-Custodial Services

4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings

4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4225-Building Security
4225-Building Security

FY07 Actual

10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
5350-Rent/Lease of Buildings
50-Materials and Supplies
5350-Rent/Lease of Buildings
Total Parmenter

3/4/2010

0
0
1,319
1,319
72,778
0
72,778
51,213
859
658
52,730
500
500
116,100

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

889
889
0
75,054
75,054
50,537
852
1,280
52,669
0
118,706

7,624
123,724
61,128
5,552
4,162
70,842
64,386
4,640
69,026
3,306
21,688
24,994
1,671
1,671
5,802
4,186
9,988
31,800
31,800

7,392
126,098
52,684
7,669
5,602
65,955
69,951

2,876,174

2,865,886

0
353
353
76,555
76,555
54,578
692
658
492
56,420
0

69,951
22,801
7,950
30,751
2,235
2,235
6,125
4,914
11,039
31,800
31,800
2,605,135

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

0
0
900
900
78,469
0
78,469
58,165
0
660
1,000
59,825
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
900
900
78,469
0
78,469
58,165
0
660
1,000
59,825
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2,673,803

2,673,803

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease

0
0
78,469
78,469
60,585
660
1,000
62,245
0

2,647,355

0
0
(900)
(900)
0
0
0
2,420
0
0
0
2,420
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(26,448)

% of
Increase

FTE

0.0
-100.0%
-100.0%
0.0%

0.0
1.0

0.0%
4.2%

1.0
1.0

0.0%
0.0%
4.0%

1.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
-1.0%

48.2

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Helen Keller Elementary School
500 Lincoln Street
Franklin, MA 02038
www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/keller/
School Motto: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller
Mission: The mission of the Helen Keller Elementary School, through strong support systems,
and with the cooperation of parents and community, strives to educate all students to high levels
of performance, measured by local, state, and national standards. We are committed to fostering
strong social values and responsibility to self, others and the global community. The entire Keller
staff pledges to support this mission in a safe and nurturing environment.
Enrollment:

610 (K=93; 1=100; 2=115; 3=96; 4=114; 5=92)

Professional Staff: 39
School Facts:
 Largest elementary school in the district
 Second largest school in the district
 100% of professional staff is “highly qualified” according to DESE guidelines
 In the process of kindergarten NEAYC accreditation – study group phase
 Houses a BICO middle school program
 Sponsors before school remediation opportunities for regular education students from
October – April (grades 3, 4, 5 in reading and math)
 We accept and train student teachers from local colleges and universities every
semester
School Achievement Profile
MCAS
GRADE 3
Advanced
Proficient
Reading
20%
54%
Mathematics
35%
44%
Student performance rating= very high

Needs Improve.
24%
17%

Warning
2%
4%

GRADE 4
Advanced
Proficient
Reading
13%
56%
Mathematics
34%
43%
Student performance rating=very high

Needs Improve.
30%
23%

Warning
1%
0

GRADE 5
Advanced
Reading
29%
Mathematics
61%
Science/Techn.
38%
Student performance rating=very high

Needs Improve.
10%
10%
26%

Warning
0
2%
0

NCLB DATA
Keller has consistently met AYP
Student growth range from 42-63%

Proficient
61%
27%
36%

Keller Budget 16
FY07 Actual
2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2453-Library Technology
40-Contracted Services
2453-Library Technology Total
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

102,705
51,357
0
7
3,418
756
158,243
1,317

105,787
54,158

110,578
53,244

6,165
1,576
167,686

5,983
134
169,939

1,317
2,058,625
2,058,625
172,995
172,995
35,333
35,333
246,413
246,413
25,396
25,362
50,758
2,633
11,620

0
2,076,826
2,076,826
183,331
183,331
40,196
40,196
209,865
209,865
25,242
18,127
43,369
3,000
4,806

0
2,066,968
2,066,968
220,640
220,640
66,473
66,473
181,572
181,572
21,678
11,255
32,933

14,253
31,214
31,214
5,914
5,914
10,566
10,566
35,858

7,806
14,519
14,519
1,913
1,913
10,726
10,726
47,763

2,889
21,868
21,868
2,353
2,353
32,421
32,421
58,926

35,858
0
0
0
0

47,763
1,005
1,005
1,112
1,112

58,926
712
712

2,889

0

FY10 Approved
Budget
110,675
59,132
911
0
4,000
1,100
175,818
0
0
0
2,206,935
2,206,935
249,380
249,380
35,000
35,000
197,238
197,238
0
9,588
9,588
0
0
0
0
0
46,532
46,532
3,150
3,150
31,000
31,000
45,900
0
45,900
0
0
0
0

FY10 Revised
Budget
110,675
59,132
911
0
4,000
1,100
175,818
0
0
0
2,206,935
2,206,935
249,380
249,380
35,000
35,000
197,238
197,238
0
9,588
9,588
0
0
0
0
0
46,532
46,532
3,150
3,150
31,000
31,000
45,900
0
45,900
0
0
0
0

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
115,102
52,192
911
4,000
1,100
173,305

0
2,197,058
2,197,058
153,563
153,563
40,000
40,000
224,200
224,200
10,147
10,147

4,922
4,922
49,040
49,040
2,000
2,000
17,000
17,000
46,900
46,900
0
0

4,427
(6,940)
0
0
0
0
(2,513)
0
0
0
(9,877)
(9,877)
(95,817)
(95,817)
5,000
5,000
26,962
26,962
0
559
559
0
0
0
4,922
4,922
2,508
2,508
(1,150)
(1,150)
(14,000)
(14,000)
1,000
0
1,000
0
0
0
0

% of
Increase
4.0%
-11.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-1.4%

-0.4%
-0.4%
-38.4%
-38.4%
14.3%
14.3%
13.7%
13.7%
5.8%
5.8%

FTE
1.0
1.5

2.5

0.0
30.8
30.8
2.5
2.5
0.0
12.0
12.0
0.0
0.5
0.5

0.0
5.4%
5.4%
-36.5%
-36.5%
-45.2%
-45.2%
2.2%
2.2%

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0

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Keller

2710-Guidance
2710-Guidance Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3520-Other Student Services
3520-Other Student Services Total
4110-Custodial Services

4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings

4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
Total Keller Elementary

3/4/2010

FY07 Actual
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

0
0
0
0
77,121
771
77,892
24,911
13,396
658

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

0

0

38,965
500
500
133,559

0
78,663
798
79,461
25,062
12,797
658
1,909
40,426

0
84,236
212
84,448
27,193
11,537
658
1,015
40,403

0
117,323

0

17,120
150,679
80,693
13,191

13,480
130,803
77,386
10,029

93,884
96,731
4,463
101,194
1,053
14,297
15,350
8,985
4,228
13,213

87,415
108,459

3,313,166

3,284,706

108,459
17,104
6,520
23,624
4,021
4,380
8,401
2,982,545

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

0
0
0
0
82,242
850
83,092
29,083
8,912
658
1,000
39,653
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
82,242
850
83,092
29,083
8,912
658
1,000
39,653
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,123,286

3,123,286

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
0
0
82,242
850
83,092
30,293
9,386
658
1,000
41,337
0

3,042,564

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,210
474
0
0
1,684
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(80,722)

% of
Increase

FTE

0.0

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
4.2%
5.3%
0.0%
0.0%
4.2%

0.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5

1.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
-2.6%

50.3

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School Name: Annie Sullivan Middle School
Address: 500 Lincoln Street
Principal Name: Beth A. Wittcoff
Web site link: http://www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/sullivan/
School Motto:
 Setting Our Goals Higher and Higher (as seen on our student designed logo created in 2005).
School Vision:
 To foster within middle school students the desire to achieve and to help them make good decisions that will chart their
course for a positive and productive future.
School Mission:
PERSONAL GROWTH
 ASMS celebrates the unique qualities of early adolescence by nurturing the physical, social, emotional and intellectual
growth of all students.
ACADEMIC STANDARDS
 We encourage independent, creative and critical thinking in a rigorous program of studies that promotes student
excellence. Our team of educators combines passion with innovative practices to inspire lifelong learning.
CULTURE
 We provide a safe learning environment that fosters tolerance and respects individual differences.
COMMUNITY
 In partnership with the Franklin community, our mission is to educate our students to be resourceful, responsive and
contributing members of our evolving society.
Enrollment: 444
Professional Staff: # of staff: 41.1 (.5 shared nurse with Helen Keller, shared .3 Chorus and shared .3 Orchestra)
School Facts: (Bulleted list of any interesting school information, awards, sports recognition, music, art etc.):
 Second middle school in Commonwealth of Massachusetts to establish a Best Buddies Program in 2004.
 Best Buddies received 4 grants from The Friends of Best Buddies this year. The grants awarded will provide funding for
the following social activities in order to support the mission of best buddies.
1. Adaptive PE Equipment for use with our Best Buddies club members
2. Social Language Field Trips (out for lunch with 1:1 buddies)
3. Chapter friendship celebration at Pump It Up
4. Bowling outing for 1:1 buddies
 Students in 2009 and 2010 awarded the John F. Kennedy Make A Difference Award presented at the John f. Kennedy
Presidential Library in March 2009 and 2010.
 Eighth grade students in 2009 placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd in varying categories in the Boston College Poetry Contest.
 Community Service Club that has participated in annual Winter Coat Drive, The Franklin Veteran War Memorial,
Pennies for Patients, etc.
 Active and vibrant Student Council that has raised money for Dana Farber Institute, Rock Band Concert for Relief for
Haiti, and Franklin Food Pantry.
 Students audition and have been selected for the MMEA Central District Band, Orchestra and Chorus.
(Massachusetts Music Educators Association)
 Attendance at MICCA Festival for Orchestra and Chorus. (Massachusetts Instrumental, Choral and Conductors
Association)
 Student Artwork chosen to be displayed at the Worcester Art Museum
 Student Artwork chosen to be displayed at Town Hall
School Achievement Profile:
Test
6th Grade ELA
6th Grade Math

Annie Sullivan Middle School 2008-09 MCAS Data
% Advanced
% Proficient
% Needs Improvement
32
55
8
47
34
10

% Warning
5
9

7th Grade ELA
7th Grade Math

19
23

65
40

15
25

1
11

8th Grade ELA
8th Grade Math
8th Grade Science

22
29
8

71
32
51

7
28
34

1
11
6

Anne Sullivan Budget 21
FY07 Actual
2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2440-Other Instructional Services
40-Contracted Services
2440- Other Instructional Services Total
2453-Library Technology
40-Contracted Services
2453-Library Technology Total
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total

3/4/2010

177,912
54,630
0
0
823
3,412
236,777
0
0
0
2,194,092
2,194,092
440,974
440,974
31,949
31,949
129,810
129,810
23,622
3,787
27,409
0
4,790
4,790
1,427
1,427
6,829
6,829
13,375
13,375
48,751
0
48,751
0
0
0
3,688
3,688

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual
183,550
56,348

201,675
57,439

1,972
2,306
244,176

2,223
3,177
264,514

285
285
2,062,622
2,062,622
427,251
427,251
20,665
20,665
131,979
131,979
25,242

1,188
1,188
1,692,475
1,692,475
456,605
456,605
53,983
53,983
163,087
163,087
14,549
8,840
23,389

25,242
3,448
5,627
9,075
10,262
10,262
3,907
3,907
17,228
17,228
44,178

9,678
9,678
28,763
28,763
119
119
23,406
23,406
22,685

44,178

22,685

0

0

0

0
2,802
2,802

0

FY10 Approved
Budget
189,684
60,301
911
0
2,975
4,351
258,222
0
1,700
1,700
1,879,999
1,879,999
483,941
483,941
35,000
35,000
179,424
179,424
0
9,588
9,588
0
200
200
18,275
18,275
500
500
16,800
16,800
49,049
0
49,049
1,000
1,000
0
0
5,000
5,000

FY10 Revised
Budget
189,684
60,301
911
0
2,975
4,351
258,222
0
1,700
1,700
1,879,999
1,879,999
483,941
483,941
35,000
35,000
179,424
179,424
0
9,588
9,588
0
200
200
18,275
18,275
500
500
16,800
16,800
48,449
0
49,049
1,000
1,000
0
0
5,000
5,000

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
191,828
59,379
911
2,975
4,351
259,444
1,700
1,700
1,745,811
1,745,811
573,453
573,453
40,000
40,000
115,590
115,590
10,147
10,147
200
200
18,275
18,275
500
500
16,800
16,800
46,124
46,124
1,000
1,000
0
5,000
5,000

2,144
(922)
0
0
0
0
1,222
0
0
0
(134,188)
(134,188)
89,512
89,512
5,000
5,000
(63,834)
(63,834)
0
559
559
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(2,325)
0
(2,925)
0
0
0
0
0
0

% of
Increase
1.1%
-1.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.5%
0.0%
0.0%
-7.1%
-7.1%
18.5%
18.5%
14.3%
14.3%
-35.6%
-35.6%
5.8%
5.8%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-4.8%
-6.0%
0.0%
0.0%

FTE
2.0
1.5

3.5

0.0
28.8
28.8
10.0
10.0
0.0
6.0
6.0
0.0
0.5
0.5

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0%
0.0%

0.0

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Anne Sullivan Middle School

2710-Guidance
2710-Guidance Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

FY07 Actual

10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3300-Transportation Services
40-Contracted Services
3300-Transportation Services Total
3520-Other Student Services
10-Salaries
Less Revenues - Extracurricular Participation fees
3520-Other Student Services Total
4110-Custodial Services
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4225-Building Security
50-Materials and Supplies
4225-Building Security
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
40-Contracted Services
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
Total Anne Sullivan Budget

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

57,091
57,091
0
0
62,701
0
62,701
25,797
2,417
658
28,872
0
0
38,856

70,642
70,642
369
369
66,285

72,105
72,105
0
69,526

66,285
25,475
968
2,567
29,010

69,526
44,900
6,908
1,674
53,482

0
33,850

0
26,254

38,856
131,259
0
24,375
155,634
78,648
7,992
4,430
91,070
96,731
4,463
101,194
4,196
7,490
11,686
4,040
4,040
6,862
6,862

33,850
115,474

26,254

3,697,877

3,563,437

13,588
129,062
76,999
9,580
4,913
91,492
108,459
108,459
9,720
12,822
22,542
1,995
1,995
12,861
12,861
2,964,061

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

73,856
73,856
850
850
78,045
500
78,545
29,083
8,913
1,850
39,846
0
0
20,500

73,856
73,856
850
850
78,045
500
78,545
29,083
8,913
1,850
39,846
0
0
21,100

20,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

20,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,152,295

3,152,295

Amount of
FY11 Level
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
73,856
73,856
850
850
78,045
500
78,545
63,989
9,386
1,850
75,225
0
20,500
(8,000)
12,500

3,075,020

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
34,906
473
0
35,379
0
0
(600)
(8,000)
(8,000)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(77,275)

% of
Increase
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
120.0%
5.3%
0.0%
88.8%

FTE

1.0
1.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
1.0
0.0

-2.8%
-39.0%

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0
-2.5%

51.8

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Remington Middle School
628 Washington Street
Paul Peri, Principal
http://www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/remington/default.htm
School Motto: “Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.” -Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
School Vision: We strive to teach our subject matter with passion, and our students with compassion!
School Mission: The Remington Middle School Community is dedicated to understanding and guiding students during this unique
developmental stage, and facilitating their transition to high school. We are committed to fostering the intellectual, physical,
emotional and social needs of our students. Our programs promote academic excellence, equity, responsibility, and the development
of skills that will encourage students to be independent learners and critical thinkers.
Enrollment: 504 students
Professional Staff: 46 Teachers/Staff 1/3 Chorus, 1/3 Band, 1/3 Orchestra
School Facts from this past year:
Staff:
 Remington Middle School is recognized as one of ten Spotlight Schools in Massachusetts, and one of forty in New England,
by NELMS (New England League of Middle Schools)
 Denise Ghiloni, 7th grade ELA, has been accepted to The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA), a program
of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State
 Nancy Schoen has completed the Educational Leadership Program for Administrative Licensure through Bridgewater State
College, was selected to be a member of Deval Patrick’s “Readiness Project” and is a former Massachusetts T.O.Y
 Jenn Muldowney, 6th grade Science/SS just completed The Education Cooperatives Initial Licensure program for 5-8
Math/Science
 Brian Wildeman-8th grade Special Education, John Claypool-8th grade SS, and Keith Turner-6th grade Math/SS are all
completing administrative internships as they are a part of the MSSAA Administrative Licensure Program
 Senora Carol Martin, 6-8 Spanish, has been published in the MAFLA (Massachusetts Foreign Language Association)
newspaper and Jeff Chaffee, CET, was published in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School
 Russ Holden, 8th grade Science, earned his graduate degree of Life Sciences UMD and certification from the National Boards
for Professional Teaching Standards
 Mary Cotillo earned certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
 Laura Chiaravallotti, 6th grade ELA/SS is currently in her fifth year of a Ph.D in Education program at the University of
Rhode Island/Rhode Island College and she has also been published twice this year in Voices From the Middle
 Cortney O’Hearn, Laura Chiaravalotti, John Claypool, Brian Wildeman, Mary Cotillo and Paul Peri are presenting at an
annual Middle School conference
Students The RMS Community has donated hundreds of coats, hundreds of pounds of food to the Food Pantry, has worn Hats for
Haiti, and collected Toys for Tots
 Too many students to list have played and won locally and state-wide in leagues for softball, wrestling, football, baseball,
basketball, dance, and swimming. RMS even has students placing in Horse-racing (Samantha Fitzpatrick) and figure skating
(Isabella Cook)! Our cheerleaders were Hockomock Champions and finished 4th Nationally
 The Green Team is a student run recycling and composting program helping to save our Earth!
 Eric Cohen, Sammy Rondeau, Cody Todesco, Kathleen Sindoni, Brooke LePage, and Abby Normandin represent RMS on
the Teen Angels
 Tim LaRowe and his soccer team raised $2600 for Haiti
 One of our 6th grade teams has now done three years of community service learning, recently winning the Massachusetts
Secretary of Energy and the Environment Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education Award
 Remington 8th grade student, David Cuba placed first in the Central District Jazz Festival auditions. As a result of his top
score, David received the honor of being chosen as the only drummer in the District Honors Jazz Band
 Artistically speaking… The following students were part of the Youth Art Exhibit at Worcester Art Museum 2010 Olivia
Adulator, Alexi Held, and Alexandra Bailey andthe next group of students had their work shown at the Portrait Show at
Gallery 218, Jacob Extruder, Jack Vail, Kevin Demotes, Abby Ross, Madison Wendell, Ryan Spellman, Elizabeth Cannel,
Kayla Trackman, Casey Sabatini, Cody Tedesco, and Becky Rittenhouse
School Achievement Profile: RMS met AYP for 2008-2009 in English
Math
English
Sixth Grade85% Advanced and Proficient
71% Advanced and Proficient
Seventh Grade88% Advanced and Proficient
65% Advanced and Proficient
Eighth Grade88% Advanced and Proficient
70% Advanced and Proficient

Remington Budget 22

FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Staff
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2440-Other Instructional Services
40-Contracted Services
2440- Other Instructional Services Total
2451-Instructional Technology
50-Materials and Supplies
2451-Instructional Technology
2453-Library Technology
40-Contracted Services
2453-Library Technology Total

Remington Middle School

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

173,706
51,023
4,936
150
2,148

178,928
54,971
1,057

231,963

237,764

252
3,298
182
240,949

1,037
1,037
2,317,651
2,317,651
355,763
355,763
10,909
10,909
127,737
127,737
11,886
25,816
37,702
3,294
8,240

396
396
2,298,166
2,298,166
437,292
437,292
43,135
43,135
149,318
149,318
22,426
14,016
36,442
2,483
8,995

201
201
2,211,951
2,211,951
501,243
501,243
26,500
26,500
137,433
137,433
41,654
7,066
48,720
618
11,841

11,534
17,641
17,641
8,445
8,445
9,403
9,403
29,992

11,478
10,857
10,857
8,711
8,711
7,299
7,299
29,949

12,459
8,374
8,374
9,391
9,391
12,721
12,721
14,118

29,992

29,949

14,118

0
0
0
3,015
3,015

0
7,271
7,271
2,915
2,915

0
3,062
3,062

FY07 Actual

2,808

179,288
57,929

0

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

FY10 Approved
Budget
172,075
60,301
911
0
3,500
0
236,787
0
1,000
1,000
2,041,080
2,041,080
522,547
522,547
35,000
35,000
151,441
151,441
0
9,343
9,343
0
3,500
0
0
3,500
19,000
19,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
47,875
0
47,875
4,500
4,500
9,000
9,000
3,000
3,000

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget
172,075
60,301
911
0
3,500
0
236,787
0
1,000
1,000
2,041,480
2,041,480
522,547
522,547
35,000
35,000
151,441
151,441
0
9,343
9,343
0
3,100
0
0
3,100
19,000
19,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
47,875
0
47,875
4,500
4,500
9,000
9,000
3,000
3,000

FY10 Revised
Budget

Amount of
FY11 Level
Increase/Decr
Service
ease
Budget
181,480
58,629
911
3,400
244,420
1,000
1,000
2,246,593
2,246,593
671,710
671,710
35,000
35,000
147,554
147,554
9,771
9,771
3,100

3,100
17,000
17,000
9,000
9,000
10,000
10,000
44,875
44,875
4,500
4,500
8,000
8,000
3,000
3,000

9,405
(1,672)
0
0
(100)
0
7,633
0
0
0
205,113
205,113
149,163
149,163
0
0
(3,887)
(3,887)
0
428
428
0
0
0
0
0
(2,000)
(2,000)
(1,000)
(1,000)
0
0
(3,000)
0
(3,000)
0
0
(1,000)
(1,000)
0
0

Amount of
FY11 Level
Increase/Decr
Service
ease
Budget

% of
Increase
5.5%
-2.8%
0.0%

FTE

2.0
1.5

-2.9%
3.2%
0.0%
0.0%
10.0%
10.0%
28.5%
28.5%
0.0%
0.0%
-2.6%
-2.6%
4.6%
4.6%

3.5

0.0
32.8
32.8
10.0
10.0
0.0
7.0
7.0
0.0
0.5
0.5

0.0%

0.0%
-10.5%
-10.5%
-10.0%
-10.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-6.3%

0.0

-6.3%
0.0%
0.0%
-11.1%
-11.1%
0.0%
0.0%

0.0

% of
Increase

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0

FTE

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2455-Instructional Software
2455-Instructional Software Total
2710-Guidance
2710-Guidance Total
2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

40-Contracted Services
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3300-Transportation Services
40-Contracted Services
3300-Transportation Services Total
3520-Other Student Services
10-Salaries
Less Revenues - Extracurricular Participation fees
3520-Other Student Services Total
4110-Custodial Services
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4225-Building Security
50-Materials and Supplies
4225-Building Security
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
40-Contracted Services
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
Total Remington Middle School

3/4/2010

3,888
3,888
61,301
61,301
1,567
1,567
73,184
450
73,634
19,425
5,910
658
25,993
600
600
39,218

1,544
1,544
68,637
68,637
478
478
75,738
392
76,130
20,178
6,294
1,732
28,204

0
70,010
70,010
783
783
77,253
756
78,009
21,937
5,773
2,036
29,746

0
34,789

0
27,816

39,218
114,275

34,789
111,568

27,816

12,216
126,491
48,123
7,994
4,993
61,110
99,066
11,954
111,020
5,133
12,118
17,251
1,367
1,367
13,777
13,777

12,374
123,942
52,208
3,192
1,684
57,084
119,086

3,700,009

3,838,884

119,086
16,359
16,295
32,654
1,896
1,896
13,447
13,447
3,433,486

5,000
5,000
71,760
71,760
1,000
1,000
79,184
1,000
80,184
23,774
5,942
2,000
31,716
0
0
20,500

5,000
5,000
71,760
71,760
1,000
1,000
79,184
1,000
80,184
23,774
5,942
2,000
31,716
0
0
20,500

20,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

20,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,314,233

3,314,233

5,000
5,000
71,760
71,760
1,000
1,000
79,184
1,000
80,184
32,534
6,286
2,750
41,570
0
20,500
(6,000)
14,500

3,669,537

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8,760
344
750
9,854
0
0
0
(6,000)
(6,000)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
355,304

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
36.8%
5.8%
37.5%
31.1%

0.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.3
0.8
0.0

0.0%
-29.3%

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0
10.7%

56.6

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Horace Mann Middle School
224 Oak Street
Franklin, MA 02038
Dr. Anne K. Bergen, Principal
http://www.franklin.ma.us/auto/schools/horace/
School Mission: Sail the 7 C’s to Success: Confidence, Curiosity, Competition, Cooperation, Critical Thinking,
Creativity and Character.
Anchored by: a healthy lifestyle, perseverance, a sense of humor, the wisdom to make good choices, a passion for
life.
School Core Values: Do one’s best every day ~ Treat others as you would be treated ~ Do the Right Thing
Gr. 6 -189; Gr. 7 -174; Gr. 8 -169
Enrollment:
46.8
Number of Professional Staff:

Total 532

School Facts:
 Middle School Drama Club Award Winners
 Currently First Place in the Regional Math Team Competition
 An 8th grade student has advanced to the state competition in the National Math Counts
Competition to be held on March 6th
th
 7 Grade students currently competing in the National History Day Competition
 Competed in the First Lego League Robotics Competition
 Seven students accepted by audition to the Central District Choral/Band/Strings
performing groups
 Five Silver Keys and two Honorable Mentions in the Scholastic Arts Competition
 Participation of our students in the SEAMAGNET Geography Fair through Bridgewater
State College – a number of students received individual awards
 Jim Schliefke, 7th grade science teacher organizing July trip to the U.S. Space and Rocket
Center in Huntsville, Alabama
 Franklin Cultural Council Grants supported a trip to the Fogg Museum which integrated
Renaissance Art and the history curriculum for our 8th graders
 Partnership with the Worcester Art Museum integrating technology education, history
and art – Mosaic Art Project
 Mr. Vacca’s Asian study group trip visited the Museum of Fine Arts for a Sunday
afternoon of discovery and adventure!
 Holocaust Speaker for our entire school with follow up small group discussion
 Franklin Education Foundation Recipients of grants supporting Science, Technology
Education, Robotics Teams and a Girls Leadership Initiative
 S.T.E.M. initiative – partnerships with Northeastern University, M.I.T., Metrowest News,
Natick Labs, Nypro Corporation, The Laborer’s Institute
 Involvement with the Gifted/Talented Initiative and implementation of School
Enrichment Model – Thirty enrichment clusters matching student/teacher passions
and interests
 Teacher Leaders: Andrew Carroll, Latin teacher, presenter at the Massachusetts Foreign
Language Annual Fall Conference; Mr. Rob Vacca presenter at the Five College
Center for East Asian Studies
 Vibrant PCC supporting theatre trips, Challenge Center trip, Nationally renowned author
visit, summer reading celebrations, museum trips, Shakespeare theatre presentation
School Achievement Profile:
 Strong MCAS scores in all categories; made AYP in all categories
 Documented significant achievement in reading comprehension, vocabulary, fluency
and vocabulary for special needs students as measured by MCAS and other nationally
normed tests.

Horace Mann Budget 23

FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians

10-Salaries Professional
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's

2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development Principal 40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2440-Other Instructional Services
40-Contracted Services
2440- Other Instructional Services Total
2453-Library Technology
40-Contracted Services
2453-Library Technology Total
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total
2710-Guidance
10-Salaries
2710-Guidance Total

3/4/2010

187,827
50,895
0
3,037
1,343
2,305
245,407
0
0
2,284,777
2,284,777
340,447
340,447
20,609
20,609
97,540
97,540
0
3,164
3,164
2,450
5,180
7,630
42,302
42,302
2,676
2,676
3,930
3,930
19,185
0
19,185
0
0
0
531
531
137,247
137,247

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

193,462
53,765

202,805
53,122

1,523
248,750

4,788
360
261,075

0
2,299,425
2,299,425
374,300
374,300
14,470
14,470
114,474
114,474

0
2,586
8,971
11,557
43,909
43,909
7,617
7,617
5,908
5,908
18,865

0
2,271,731
2,271,731
486,186
486,186
37,137
37,137
111,875
111,875
30,059
7,366
37,425
40
8,338
8,378
62,954
62,954
9,365
9,365
7,210
7,210
8,886

18,865

8,886

0

0

0

0

0
69,044
69,044

0
70,425
70,425

FY10 Approved
Budget
202,985
60,301
900
0
4,500
2,750
271,436
0
0
0
2,157,450
2,157,450
512,361
512,361
40,000
40,000
129,139
129,139
0
9,298
9,298
3,000
0
3,000
49,975
49,975
10,000
10,000
6,000
6,000
38,250
0
38,250
2,000
2,000
0
0
0
0
72,186
72,186

FY10 Revised
Budget
202,985
60,301
900
0
4,500
2,750
271,436
0
0
0
2,157,450
2,157,450
512,361
512,361
40,000
40,000
129,139
129,139
0
9,298
9,298
3,000
0
3,000
49,975
49,975
10,000
10,000
6,000
6,000
38,250
0
38,250
2,000
2,000
0
0
0
0
72,186
72,186

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
211,101
56,418
900
4,500
1,700
274,619

0
2,390,934
2,390,934
687,448
687,448
40,000
40,000
94,696
94,696
0
9,524
9,524
3,000
10,000
13,000
45,638
45,638
8,000
8,000
6,000
6,000
35,837
35,837
2,000
2,000
0
0
72,186
72,186

8,116
(3,883)
0
0
0
(1,050)
3,183
0
0
0
233,484
233,484
175,087
175,087
0
0
(34,443)
(34,443)
0
226
226
0
10,000
10,000
(4,337)
(4,337)
(2,000)
(2,000)
0
0
(2,413)
0
(2,413)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

% of
Increase
4.0%
-6.4%
0.0%
0.0%
-38.2%
1.2%

10.8%
10.8%
34.2%
34.2%
0.0%
0.0%
-26.7%
-26.7%
2.4%
2.4%
0.0%

FTE

2.0
1.5

3.5

0.0
34.3
34.3
9.5
9.5
0.0
5.0
5.0
0.0
0.5
0.5

333.3%
-8.7%
-8.7%
-20.0%
-20.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-6.3%

0.0

-6.3%
0.0%
0.0%

0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0%
0.0%

0.0
1.0
1.0

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Horace Mann

2720-Testing and Assessment
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

FY07 Actual

50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
40-Contracted Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3300-Transportation Services
40-Contracted Services
3300-Transportation Services Total
3520-Other Student Services
10-Salaries
Less Revenues - Extracurricular Participation fees
3520-Other Student Services Total
3600-School Security
20-Salaries
3600-School Security
4110-Custodial Services
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services
10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer
4130-Utility Services Total
4220-Maintenance of Buildings
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4225-Building Security
50-Materials and Supplies
4225-Building Security
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
40-Contracted Services
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
Total Horace Mann Budget

3/4/2010

0
0
26,696
495
27,191
0
7,086
1,029
8,115
1,075
1,075
39,024
39,024
0
0
118,576
10,943
12,196
141,715
54,343
7,983
4,983
67,309
100,549
9,525
110,074
4,323
9,113
13,436
1,405
1,405
17,568
17,568
3,632,357

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

0
78,663
224
78,887

229
229
80,236

7,506
1,546
9,052
210
210
31,511

80,236
24,757
10,733
1,490
36,980
1,485
1,485
30,111

31,511

30,111

80,951
12,487
93,438
61,332
14,195
4,083
79,610
105,634
105,634
19,000
8,694
27,694
0
9,676
9,676
3,644,031

3,521,688

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

500
500
82,242
500
82,742
27,586
6,573
2,000
36,159
0
0
20,500

500
500
82,242
500
82,742
27,586
6,573
2,000
36,159
0
0
20,500

20,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

20,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,440,996

3,440,996

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
ease
Budget
300
300
82,242
500
82,742
29,053
6,511
2,000
37,564
0
20,500
(9,000)
11,500

3,811,988

(200)
(200)
0
0
0
1,467
(62)
0
1,405
0
0
0
(9,000)
(9,000)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
370,992

% of
Increase
-40.0%
-40.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
5.3%
-0.9%
0.0%
3.9%

FTE

0.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.3
0.8
0.0

0.0%
-43.9%

0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0
10.8%

55.7

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Franklin High School
218 Oak Street
Peter Light, Principal
http://www.edline.net/pages/4110945536397392498
School Motto: Home of the Panthers
Academic Vision - In order for Franklin High School students to become responsible and passionate learners, we expect them to be
able to communicate effectively through listening, speaking, writing and a variety of media and techniques; and creating and
performing. Read critically with understanding. Analyze and solve problems effectively by working collaboratively, identifying,
clarifying and describing issues/problems, locating, organizing and processing information from various sources, utilizing thinking
skills and reasoning strategies and creating, testing and justifying solutions and conclusions; and make interdisciplinary connections
through observing and understanding connections within and between disciplines and articulating and demonstrating these
connections. Demonstrate knowledge and skills to promote the health, safety and well-being of oneself and others.
Social and Civic Vision - In order to help prepare our students to be contributors to our democratic society and an interdependent
world, we expect them to have respect for themselves and others, be open minded and compassionate, make informed decisions and
accept responsibility for them, be involved in school and community activities, develop and cultivate knowledge of their physical,
emotional and social well-being, utilize effective problem solving strategies to resolve social and emotional issues, be responsible
citizens and be ambassadors of the school and the community
School Mission: Franklin High School exists as a covenant among students, parents, staff and community. This collaboration
promotes a rigorous, safe and nurturing environment in which students are responsible and passionate learners. In an atmosphere of
equality, acceptance and respect, students prepare to contribute to our democratic society and an interdependent world.
Enrollment: 1625
Professional Staff: 122
Jason Butera Gold Key Award winning Drawing
ART DEPARTMENT
 Gallery 218 Art Gallery: Franklin Public Schools’ community art
gallery had four art shows this year:
1. A Non-Art Teacher Art Show where we displayed 15
different staff members’ art work in the gallery.
2. A student-based Portraits 09’ show that displayed art
works from110 students in grades K-12.
3. The current show is a Community Member art show. We
have 5 local artists displaying their work. Yes art happens
in Franklin!
4. The final show, Young Artists 10’ will be a K-12 student
show highlighting the best work from the year. There will
be 150 student works of art in this show.
 Fall 2009 Franklin Art Association Annual Show: The Art
Department had a number of students whose art work was accepted
and displayed at this annual community event: Jillian Todesca,
Sam Hidden, Aubrey Beauregard, & Natasha Urkevic, Hannah,
Minor, Emily Cucalon, Jeremy Carrion, Jason Butera, Katherine
Pizzela, Lauren Hodgkins, Madelyn Becker, and Jeremy
Reinertson.
 2010 MA Drama Festival Award: Under the artistic direction of
Ms. Lauren Jezierski a group of students won the Set Construction
award at the MA Drama Festival. The students are: Emily Cucalon,
Tara Coughlan, Roxanne Begin, and Tim Haigh.
Scholastic Art Awards: This year the FPS Art Department chose over 70 art works for the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards.
All of these pieces will be displayed at Gallery 218 during our Young Artist 10’ show. The Horace Mann School had 7 student
awards: Liam Devine (Silver Key), Elizabeth Hannon (Honorable Mention), Drew Kelly (Silver Key), Kathleen Kilroe (Silver
Key), Ashley Muratore (Honorable Mention), Katie Murratore (Silver Key), and Gina Terrasi(Silver Key). Franklin High School
also had 7 student awards: Anne Versprill(Honorable Mention), Natasha Urkevic(Honorable Mention), Sam Hidden (Honorable
Mention), Emily Cucalon (Silver Key and Honorable Mention), Amanda Carter (Honorable Mention, Emily Blank (Silver Key),
and Jason Butera (Gold Key)

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
Chris Anderson (12) was awarded the NCTE Achievement Award in Writing
The FHS English Department received a commendation from NCTE for "excellence in its instructional program"
Joe Alie (12) was accepted into Harvard acceptance
Charlie Garufi represented FHS at the Congressional Youth Leadership Council's National Young Leaders State Conference (NYLSC)
Jamie Corbman and John Koch, faculty, wrote and were awarded an FEF grant
Carolyn Fortuna, faculty earned her Ph.D this year
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Latin Students: 51 students won awards on the National Latin Exam. There were 10 summa cum laude, 16 maxima cum laude, 10
magna cum laude, and 15 cum laude.
Heidi Olson, faculty, presented a workshop entitled "Truly Interactive Spanish Language Classes" at the New Hampshire Association
of World Language Teachers (NHWALT) annual conference in October 2009.
HEALTH EDUCATION
Kayla Santello ( Junior) was appointed to the MA State SADD Student Board.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT
New World Chorale (founder and director Holly Krafka) celebrated its 10th Anniversary this year with a gala concert in October
2009. Holly was asked to fill in for an ailing Charles Ansbacher and conduct the Landmarks Symphony Orchestra and New World
Chorale in a performance of the Brahms Requiem on the Hatch Shell on September 9, 2009.
A new chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society was begun at Franklin High School with a total of 62 members. Faculty advisor is
Holly Krafka. For a service project they produced a performance of The Cat's Pajamas Vocal Band on Wednesday, February 24th at
the Horace Mann Auditorium. This one performance netted over $2,000 for the music department.
Two new vocal clubs were added this year. Sincerely Seven is an a cappella women's group who sing their own arrangements of
contemporary music. Know Idea is a new barbershop harmony group of men. Both new clubs performed at Concert Hour this past
February 2010.
Several members of the Franklin High School Chorus will be performing as the Ragazze Chorus in Carmina Burana on Saturday,
March 6, 2010 at 7:30pm. This performance is conducted by Holly Krafka and features the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra and the
New World Chorale.
Select, an elite mixed vocal group of 11 students, made their first CD last year. It includes several of their best performances
including classical, contemporary, jazz and a cappella vocal arrangements.
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
Faculty member Marie Weber is sponsoring the group FACE (Franklin Association for Climate Education). FHS student Elizabeth
Hart wrote and received a grant from the Association for Climate Education as a result of a climate presentation offered earlier in the
year. The grant is to implement the use of compostable utensils.
With a generous contribution from Mr. Redpath, the chemistry department is able to use SPARK technology in order to complete data
analysis, including ph measurements, conductivity, etc
SOCIAL STUDIES
Members of the Academic Decathlon team have received Gold, Silver, and Bronze medal recognition in many different curriculum
areas
Members of the Mock Trial team have received recognition for receiving perfect scores (10 out of 10) during competition. The Mock
Trial team is competing in the sectional finals this week.
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
Fall League Champions (Hockomock): Cheerleading; Girls Cross Country & Football
Winter League Champions: Girls Indoor Track; Boys Ice Hockey & Wrestling
State Champions: Wrestling
Other Individual accomplishments
Eric Des Lauriers- State wrestling champion
Kendall Knous- Girls 600 meter All State champion
Matt Carini- named to the Super "26" football team- First Franklin player to do so
Matt Palazini- became 4th member of the 1,000 point club for FHS boys basketball
Dan Telhada- State and All-State wrestling champion

School Achievement Profile:
GRADUATING CLASS OF 2009
Size

375

FHS vs. State-Wide & National SAT Performance-Math 2005-2009
570

79%

2-year colleges

11%

Continuing Education

90%

Taking SAT

93%

Mean score-Critical Reading

541

Mean score-Math

561

560
550

CompositeMeanScore

4-year colleges

FHS
MA
US

540
530
520
510
500
490
2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Year

Mean score-Writing

544
FHS vs. State-Wide & National SAT Performance-Critical Reading 20052009
570

560

560
Com
positeMeanScore

Composite MeanScore

FHS vs. State-Wide & National SAT Performance-Writing 2005-2009
570

550
540
FHS
MA
US

530
520
510

550
540
FHS
MA
US

530
520
510
500

500

490

490
2006

2007

2008

* 2005 scores not available

2005

2009

2006

2007

2008

2009

Year

Year

FHS Advanced Placement Performance 2009
100%

4

90%

Percent of Students

3

2

1

80%

70%

60%
FHS-Passing
MA-Passing
FHS-Adv./Prof.
MA-Adv./Prof.

U.S. Hist.

Spanish

Statistics

Physics B

Music Theory

European Hist.

Environmental

Econ. Macro

English Lit./Comp.

Chemistry

Computer Science

Calculus BC

Biology

Calculus AB

0
Art 2D Design

Mean Grade for All FHS Students

FHS vs. State-Wide MCAS Performance-English 2005-2009
5

50%

40%
2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Year

AP Test

FHS vs. State-Wide MCAS Performance-Mathematics 2005-2009
FHS vs. State-Wide MCAS Performance-Science 2007-2009*

100%
100%

90%

70%

60%
FHS-Passing
MA-Passing
50%

Percent of Students

Percent of Students

90%

80%
80%

70%

60%
FHS-Passing
MA-Passing
FHS-Adv./Prof.
MA-Adv./Prof.

FHS-Adv./Prof.
MA-Adv./Prof.

50%

40%
2005

2006

2007
Year

2008

2009

40%
2007

2008
Year

2009
*No science testing prior to 2007

Franklin High School Budget

31
FY07 Actual

2210-Principal's Office

2210-Principal's Office Total
2250-Principal's Technology
2250-Principal's Technology Total
2305-Teachers Classroom
Less Revenues School Choice
2305-Teachers Classroom Total
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED
2310-Teachers Classroom-SPED Total
2325-Subsititutes
2325-Subsititutes Total
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals
2330-EA's Paraprofessionals Total
2340-Librarians
2340-Librarians Total
2357-Professional Development

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
34-Salaries Substitute Caller
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries

10-Salaries
33-Salaries-Substitutes
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
10-Salaries
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses

2357-Professional Development Total
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials Total
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library 50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2415-Other Instructional Materials-Library Total
2420-Instructional Equipment
50-Materials and Supplies
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430-General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2430-General Supplies Total
2440-Other Instructional Services
60-Other Expenses
2440-Other Instructional Services Total

3/4/2010

414,936
196,998
661
2,010
6,341
3,765
624,711
0
0
6,048,534
6,048,534
1,024,494
1,024,494
142,445
142,445
140,291
140,291
81,654
33,776
115,430
917
1,487
18,499
20,903
29,059
70,936
99,995
17,518
17,518
27,080
27,080
37,430
37,430
2,951
2,951

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual
489,404
194,413

420,776
197,814

7,698
6,816
15,063
713,394

7,713
1,179
11,354
638,836

0
6,248,201

0
5,342,162

6,248,201
993,356
993,356
113,085
113,085
202,845
202,845
83,003
16,802
99,805

5,342,162
1,177,889
1,177,889
102,651
102,651
239,016
239,016
55,727
17,005
72,732

2,841
28,660
31,501
37,831
114,990
152,821
35,027
3,519
38,546
22,046
22,046
51,492
1,360
52,852
1,220
1,220

1,568
25,226
26,794
46,237
145,710
191,947
37,907
37,907
45,548
45,548
82,632
82,632
2,246
2,246

FY10 Approved
Budget
377,891
178,647
911
11,550
3,400
29,040
601,439
0
0
0
5,798,378
(400,000)
5,398,378
1,171,811
1,171,811
110,000
110,000
249,942
249,942
0
17,825
17,825
0
0
0
0
0
83,342
83,342
38,000
0
38,000
14,392
14,392
74,917
0
74,917
2,508
2,508

FY10 Revised
Budget
427,891
188,647
911
11,550
3,400
29,040
661,439
0
0
0
5,798,378
(400,000)
5,398,378
1,171,811
1,171,811
110,000
110,000
249,942
249,942
0
17,825
17,825
0
800
0
800
0
91,464
91,464
32,966
0
32,966
14,392
14,392
74,117
0
74,117
2,508
2,508

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
434,354
187,225
911
15,000
4,526
5,794
647,810

0
5,755,649
(500,000)
5,255,649
1,247,703
1,247,703
110,000
110,000
328,260
328,260
39,657
39,657
6,095
6,095
77,835
77,835
36,812
36,812
39,210
39,210
88,890
88,890
3,150
3,150

6,463
(1,422)
0
3,450
1,126
(23,246)
(13,629)
0
0
0
(42,729)
(100,000)
(142,729)
75,892
75,892
0
0
78,318
78,318
0
21,832
21,832
0
5,295
0
5,295
0
(13,629)
(13,629)
3,846
0
3,846
24,818
24,818
14,773
0
14,773
642
642

% of
Increase
1.5%
-0.8%
0.0%
29.9%
33.1%
-80.0%
-2.1%

-0.7%
25.0%
-2.6%
6.5%
6.5%
0.0%
0.0%
31.3%
31.3%
122.5%
122.5%

FTE
4.0
5.5

9.5

0.0
86.8
86.8
18.0
18.0
0.0
18.0
18.0
0.0
2.0
2.0

661.9%
661.9%

0.0

-14.9%
-14.9%
11.7%

0.0

11.7%
172.4%
172.4%
19.9%

0.0

19.9%
25.6%
25.6%

0.0

0.0

0.0

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Franklin High School

2455-Instructional Software
2455-Instructional Software Total
2710-Guidance
2710-Guidance Total
2720-Testing and Assessment

2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services

2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services

3200-Medical/Health Services Total
3300-Transportation Services
3300-Transportation Services Total
3510-Athletics

Less Revenues
3510-Athletics Total
3520-Other Student Services

FY07 Actual
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
10-Salaries
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
10-Salaries
31-Salaries-EA's
33-Salaries-Substitutes
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
40-Contracted Services
10-Salaries -Coaches
10-Salaries/Athletic Director
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
51-Athletic Revolving

10-Salaries
50-Graduation
60-Other Expenses
Less Revenues - Extracurricular Participation fees
3520-Other Student Services Total
4110-Custodial Services
32-Salaries-Facilities
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings
10-Heat
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4120-Heating Buildings Total

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

0
289,599
33,548
323,147
1,200
2,541
0
3,741
150,305
3,735
157
154,197
54,889
11,255
409
658
67,211
0
0
226,068
18,487

0
287,955
33,660
321,615
325
7,507

3,744
3,744
430,921
33,357
464,278

7,832
163,726

3,818
200
4,018
157,789

66
163,792
57,444
10,807

473
158,262
60,819
9,327

658
2,252

658
3,748

71,161

74,552

0
204,091

0
120,452
89,952

183,547
47,988
10,101
-156,205
329,986
72,461
6,309
1,646

155,313
52,040

182,024
35,313
16,306

411,444
72,590

444,047
90,371
5,255
20,595

80,416
345,167

94,427
254,265

39,512
384,679
207,752
29,298
10,567
247,617

35,757
290,022
225,263
28,164
13,466
266,893

21,837

116,221

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

0
0
441,186
39,421
480,607
0
9,104
0
9,104
161,426
0
510
161,936
64,454
12,050
0
658
3,532
0
80,694
0
0
255,316
80,978
11,236
216,134
43,483
7,765
(180,000)
434,912
78,200
5,700
30,000

0
0
441,186
39,421
480,607
0
6,016
0
6,016
161,426
0
510
161,936
64,454
12,050
0
658
3,532
0
80,694
0
0
255,316
80,978
11,236
216,134
43,483
7,765
(180,000)
434,912
78,200
5,700
30,000

113,900
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

113,900
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

FY11 Level
Amount of
Increase/Decr
Service
Budget
ease
0
459,762
31,385
491,147
1,730
1,730
161,426
950
162,376
66,865
11,996
700
3,532
83,093
0
255,316
84,217
15,795
217,215
42,135
7,804
(300,000)
322,482
78,200
11,793
14,414
(17,000)
87,407

0
0
18,576
(8,036)
10,540
0
(4,286)
0
(4,286)
0
0
440
440
2,411
(54)
0
42
0
0
2,399
0
0
(0)
3,239
4,559
1,081
(1,348)
39
(120,000)
(112,430)
0
6,093
(15,586)
(17,000)
(26,493)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

% of
Increase

4.2%
-20.4%
2.2%

FTE

0.0
7.0
1.0
8.0

-71.2%
-71.2%
0.0%

0.0
2.0

86.3%
0.3%
3.7%
-0.4%

2.0
1.0
1.0

6.4%
0.0%
3.0%

2.0
0.0

0.0%
4.0%
40.6%
0.5%
-3.1%
0.5%
66.7%
-25.9%
0.0%
106.9%
-52.0%
-23.3%

1.0
0.5

1.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

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Franklin High School

4130-Utility Services

FY07 Actual

10-Electricity
30-Water & Sewer

4130-Utility Services Total

4220-Maintenance of Buildings
4300-Custodial Revolving Account
4220-Maintenance of Buildings Total
4230-Maintenance of Equipment

40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Building Rental Revenue
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies

4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
4300-Extraordinary Maintenance
40-Contracted Services
4300-Extraordinary Maintenance
5200-Insurance Athletic Insurance
50-Materials and Supplies
5200-Insurance Programs
5350-Rental/Lease Building
50-Rent/Lease Bldgs High
5350-Rental/Lease Building
Total Franklin High School

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

260,819
66,598
327,417

359,996

3,905
104,860
(35,000)
73,765
19,983
12,675
32,658

28,385
60,588

359,996

88,973
12,002
9,156
21,158

0
3,800
3,800
8,064
8,064

0
3,800
3,800
8,064
8,064

10,338,480

10,778,849

0

17,198
17,198
3,800
3,800

9,246,480

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,000
4,000

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,000
4,000

0

0

9,047,707

9,107,707

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease

3,800
3,800

9,033,106

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(200)
(200)
0
0
0
(74,601)

% of
Increase

FTE

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0
-5.0%
-5.0%

0.0
0.0

-0.8%

147.8

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Central Office Budget 40

FY07 Actual

1110-School Committee

1110-School Committee Total
1210-Superintendent's Office

1210-Superintendent's Office Total
1220-Assistant Superintendent's Office

20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses
10-Salaries
10-Travel Stipend
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
40-Professional Development
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses

10-Salaries
10-Travel Stipend
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
61-Mentors
1220-Assistant Superintendent's Office Total
1410 Business & Finance
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
21-Salarie Increases Non Union
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
61-Lexington Plan/Sick Day BB
62-Degree Advancement
Less Revolving Fund Life Long Learning
1410 Business & Finance Total
1420 Human Resources
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
Less Revolving Fund Life Long Learning
1420-Human Resourses
1430 Legal Services - School Committee 40-Contracted Services
1430 Legal Services - School Committee Total
1450-Data Processing
10-Salaries
1450-Data Processing Total

3/4/2010

1,895
190
5,214
7,299
155,022

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

1,607
937
6,631
9,175
154,501
4,200
48,410
8,404

1,182
109
5,681
6,972
158,092
4,200
50,378
19,358

5,943
27,492
248,950
114,826
2,400

3,944
22,949
258,921
120,502
2,400

920
938

513
593
3,865

158,566
92,676
189,030

122,197
68,778
190,039

10,192
1,196
525
30,091
164,906
103,480
167,064

9,420
7,926
204

34,838
18,471
893

7,900
7,796
2,381

313,019
84,460
36,908
22,401
2,187
3,075

288,621
87,406
28,686
19,272
1,262
2,535

149,031
70,517
70,517
62,830
62,830

139,161
37,003
37,003
64,716
64,716

47,000
5,022
4,976
26,976
238,996
113,215
43,493

(50,000)
299,256
82,000
34,215
45,771
4,036
2,401
(50,000)
168,423
7,149
7,149
61,000
61,000

FY10 Approved
Budget
2,200
5,000
5,908
13,108
155,000
4,200
50,378
5,000
0
10,000
20,000
244,578
125,000
1,500
0
1,000
1,000
4,000
45,000
177,500
103,577
180,502
0
11,496
7,000
950
136,000
425,000
(12,500)
852,025
87,453
35,858
33,000
2,200
3,000
(12,500)
149,011
60,000
60,000
0
0

FY10 Revised
Budget
2,200
5,000
5,908
13,108
155,000
4,200
50,528
5,000
0
10,000
20,000
244,728
125,000
1,500
0
1,000
1,000
4,000
45,000
177,500
103,577
180,502
0
11,496
7,000
950
58,925
425,000
(12,500)
774,950
93,653
35,858
33,000
2,200
3,000
(12,500)
155,211
60,000
60,000
0
0

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
2,200
5,000
5,908
13,108
161,200
4,200
52,393
5,000
10,000
20,000
252,793
130,000
1,500
1,000
1,000
4,000
45,000
182,500
107,720
187,408
11,496
7,000
950

(12,500)
302,074
90,951
42,615
33,000
2,200
3,000
(12,500)
159,266
120,000
120,000
0

0
0
0
0
6,200
0
1,865
0
0
0
0
8,065
5,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,000
4,143
6,906
0
(0)
0
0
(58,925)
(425,000)
0
-472,876
(2,702)
6,757
0
0
0
0
4,055
60,000
60,000
0
0

% of
Increase
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
4.0%
0.0%
3.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
3.3%
4.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
2.8%
4.0%
3.8%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-100.0%
-100.0%
0.0%
-61.0%
-2.9%
18.8%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
2.6%
100.0%
100.0%

FTE

0.0
1.0
1.0

2.0
1.0

1.0
1.0
4.0

5.0
1.0
1.0

2.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

page 24 of 29

Central Office

2305-Teachers Classroom
2035- Teachers Classroom Total
2357-Professional Development

FY07 Actual

Less Revenue from LLL/Café/Grants
Total Insurance/Benefits Costs

3/4/2010

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

61-Lexington Plan/Sick Day BB
62-Degree Advancement
40-Contracted Services
60-Other Expenses

2357-Professional Development Total
2451-Classroom Instructional Technology 50-Materials and Supplies
2451-Classroom Instructional Technology Total
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software Total
4110-Custodial Services Central Office 32-Salaries-Facilities
4110-Custodial Services Total
4120-Heating Buildings Central Office
40-Contracted Services
4120-Heating Buildings Total
4130-Utility Services Telephone
40-Contracted Services
4130-Utility Services Electricity
40-Contracted Services
4130-Utility Services Total
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
4230-Maintenance of Equipment Total
4450-Technology Maintenance
10-Salaries
31-Salaries- Tech.
10-Travel Stipend
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expense. In Dist. Travel
Less Revolving Fund Life Long Learning
4450-Technology Maintenance Total
5200-Fixed Charges
40-Contracted Services
5200-Fixed Charges Total
Less Revolving Fund Life Long Learning
Total District Wide
5200-Insurance Programs

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

40-Health Care
40-Long Term Disability
40-Medicare Payroll Tax Exp.

0
1,010
12,804
13,814
93,620
93,620
16,688
16,688
0
0
0
0
158,354
0
158,354
2,394
2,394
257,057
195,377

0

0

18,894
18,894
71,019
71,019
48,320
48,320

37,582
37,582
156,471
156,471
61,645
61,645

0
14,300
14,300
166,875
20,000
186,875
2,394
2,394
113,229
291,798
1,000

164,824
294,099
1,000

1,722

1,291

407,749

461,214

1,447
(50,000)
453,881
0
0
(50,000)
1,629,440

1,725,270

1,677,212

3,194,252
26,885
516,177

3,633,283
33,338
536,586

2,634,378
17,997
510,239

3,737,314

4,203,207

3,162,614

0

FY11 Level
Amount of
Increase/Decr
Service
Budget
ease
134,000
250,000
384,000

0
0
196,600
196,600
115,000
115,000
72,306
72,306
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
223,286
252,287
1,000
0
0
1,800
(12,500)
465,873
0
0
0
2,346,001

0
0
196,600
196,600
115,000
115,000
82,831
82,831
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
223,486
252,287
1,000
0
0
1,800
(12,500)
466,073
0
0
0
2,286,001

2,350,403

3,702,663
19,580
579,626
(300,000)
4,001,869

3,702,663
19,580
579,626
(300,000)
4,001,869

4,092,000
19,580
597,589
(300,000)
4,409,169

211,600
211,600
120,142
120,142
120,024
120,024
0
0

0

0
232,218
262,378
1,000

1,800
(12,500)
484,896
0

134,000
250,000
384,000
0
15,000
15,000
5,142
5,142
37,193
37,193
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8,732
10,091
0
0
0
0
0
18,823
0
0
0
64,402
0
389,337
0
17,963
0
407,300

% of
Increase

FTE

0.0
7.6%
7.6%
4.5%
4.5%
44.9%
44.9%

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

3.9%
4.0%
0.0%

0.0%
0
4.0%

0.0
3.0
6.0

9.0
0.0

2.8%

19.0

10.5%
0.0%
3.1%
0.0%
10.2%

0.0

page 25 of 29

District Wide Curriculum/Instruction 41

FY07 Actual

2110 Curriculum Directors

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
2110-District Wide Curriculum/Instruction
2357-Professional Development
10-Salaries
40-Contractual Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
61-Curriculum Teams
2357-District Wide Professional Development
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
50-Materials and Supplies
2410-Textbooks/Media/Materials
Total Curriculum/Instruction

3/4/2010

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

96,981

100,595
45,812

103,033
46,312

5,065
1,086
103,132
3,322
71,032
4,653
600

803
534
147,744
340
81,555
8,774
12,768

3,857
32
153,234

79,607

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

103,437

87,931
8,177
4,699
62,059
162,866

103,128
46,142
0
6,000
1,610
156,880
0
150,000
5,950
3,825
30,000
189,775

0

0

0

0

103,128
46,142
0
6,000
13,991
169,261
6,725
85,620
5,950
3,825
53,274
155,394
22,000
22,000

182,739

251,181

316,100

346,655

346,655

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
107,253
47,988

% of
Increase
4.0%
4.0%

6,000
13,991
175,232
6,725
85,620
5,950
3,825
53,274
155,394
22,000
22,000

4,125
1,846
0
0
0
5,971
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

352,626

5,971

1.7%

0.0%
0.0%
3.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

FTE

1.0
1.0

2.0

0.0
0.0
2.0

page 27 of 29

Pupil Personnel Services 42

FY07 Actual

2110-Curriculum Directors

10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
30-ESY Salaries
31-Home Tutor Salaries
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses
Less Revolving Fund Life Long Learning
2110-Curriculum Directors
2250-Non-Instructional Building Technolog50-Materials and Supplies
2250-Non-Instructional Building Technology
2310- Teacher Specialists
30-ESY Salaries
31-Home Tutor Salaries
2310- Teacher Specialists Total
2320-Therapeutic Services
10-Salaries
40-PPS Contracted Services
2320-Therapeutic Services Total
2357-Professional Development
10-Salaries
20-Salaries Secretarial
40-Contracted Services (ELL)
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses Travel
2357-Professional Development
2420-Instructional Equipment
40-Contracted Services
2420-Instructional Equipment Total
2430- General Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies
2430- General Supplies
2451-Instructional Tech. Classroom
50-Materials and Supplies
2451-Instructional Tech. Classroom
2455-Instructional Software
40-Contracted Services
2455-Instructional Software
2720- Testing and Assessment
50-Materials and Supplies
2720-Testing and Assessment Total
2800-Psychological Services
40-Contracted Services
50-Materials and Supplies
2800-Psychological Services Total
3200-Medical/Health Services
50-Materials and Supplies
60-Other Expenses Travel
3200-Medical/Health Services
3300-SPED Transportation
10-Salaries Van Drivers
40-Contr. Svcs Out of District
40-Contracted Svcs Homeless
3300-SPED Transportation
4230-Maintenance of Equipment
50-Materials and Supplies
50-Materials and Supplies (fuel)
4230-Maint/Fuel Equipment

3/4/2010

190,301
103,919
0
0
400
14,793
3,037
(50,000)
312,450
14,084
14,084
0
0

124,754
124,754

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

196,010
106,909
48,349
15,051
21,155
2,465

94,940
83,529
45,275
68,688
13,970
12,840
2,800

389,939
114
114

322,042
2,723
2,723

0

0
7,215
171,871
179,086

161,991
161,991

8,196
0
0
2,995
2,995

1,149
1,149
1,511
1,511

0
0
0
206
206

0
5,825
5,825
2,123
2,123

19,386

31,255

19,386
18,917
0
18,917
121,078
652,075
0
773,153

31,255
6,220

38,525
38,525

6,220
154,115
813,452
44,375
1,011,942
3,457
48,544
52,001

870
9,066
8,979
8,979
22,481
22,481
6,096
6,096
3,531
3,531

45,827
7,975
53,802
7,994
7,994
135,016
881,818
38,995
1,055,829

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease

107,718
84,881
85,000
25,000
20,000
2,000
4,000
(12,500)
316,099
2,550
2,550

107,718
84,881
85,000

109,200
87,724

20,000
2,000
4,000
(12,500)
291,099
2,550
2,550

0
12,000
200,000
212,000
2,000
0
10,000
1,000
6,000
19,000
3,000
3,000
22,000
22,000
18,000
18,000
1,500
1,500

25,000
25,000
12,000
200,000
212,000
2,000
0
10,000
1,000
6,000
19,000
3,000
3,000
22,000
22,000
18,000
18,000
1,500
1,500

20,000
2,000
3,000
(12,500)
209,424
1,500
1,500
87,000
32,000
119,000
12,449
200,000
212,449
15,000

25,000
3,500
28,500
7,000
0
7,000
216,620
1,142,000
20,000
1,378,620
0
0
0

0
33,200
3,500
36,700
7,000
7,000
216,620
1,142,000
20,000
1,378,620
0
0
0

10,000
1,000
6,000
32,000
2,000
2,000
15,000
15,000
18,000
18,000
2,000
2,000
7,000
7,000
45,000
3,500
48,500
6,000
6,000
216,620
1,065,566
20,000
1,302,186

0

1,482
2,843
(85,000)
0
0
0
(1,000)
0
-81,675
(1,050)
(1,050)
87,000
7,000
94,000
449
0
449
13,000
0
0
0
0
13,000
(1,000)
(1,000)
(7,000)
(7,000)
0
0
500
500
7,000
7,000
11,800
0
11,800
(1,000)
0
(1,000)
0
(76,434)
0
(76,434)
0
0
0

% of
Increase
1.4%
3.3%
-100.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-25.0%
0
-28.1%
-41.2%
-41.2%
28.0%
28.0%
3.7%
0.0%
0.2%
650.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
68.4%
-33.3%
-33.3%
-31.8%
-31.8%
0.0%
0.0%
33.3%
33.3%

FTE

1.0
2.0

3.0
0.0

0.0
1.0
1.0

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

35.5%
0.0%
32.2%
-14.3%
-14.3%
0.0%
-6.7%
0.0%
-5.5%

0.0

0.0
8.0

8.0

0.0

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Out of District Tuitions
FY07 Actual

9100-Out of District

437,810

452,850

319,054

1,268,039
1,052,404

1,711,346
1,095,930

2,006,367
992,983

Less Circuit Breaker
Less CB Extraordinary Relief
Less Medicaid Reimbursement
9100-Out of District

2,758,253

3,260,126

Total Pupil Personnel

4,037,723

4,924,196

3/4/2010

40-Contractual Svcs Public
40-Contractual Svcs Out of State
40-Contractual Svcs Private
40-Contractual Svcs Collab

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

FY10 Approved
Budget

FY10 Revised
Budget

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease

604,190
69,500
3,460,000
1,538,750
(1,110,000)
(426,339)
(300,000)
3,836,101

527,015
58,782
3,838,351
1,608,687
(830,000)

3,318,404

604,190
77,700
3,460,000
1,538,750
(1,110,000)
(426,339)
(300,000)
3,844,301

5,202,835

(77,175)
(10,718)
378,351
69,937
280,000
426,339
300,000
1,366,734

4,990,033

5,852,570

5,852,570

7,177,894

1,325,324

% of
Increase

FTE

-12.8%
-15.4%
10.9%
4.5%
-25.2%
-100.0%
-100.0%
35.6%

0.0

22.6%

12.0

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Transportation Services Budget

FY07 Actual

3300-Transportation Services

Less Revenue Pay to Ride
3300-Transportation Services Total

3/4/2010

30-Trans. Coordinator Salary
40-Reg. Day Trans Contr. Svcs
40-SPED Van Leases/Misc Exp
30-Crossing Guards Salaries
40-Contracted Services

FY08 Actual FY09 Actual

25,235
605,485
0
74,213

25,992
1,144,958

26,772
501,233

71,748

67,683

704,933

1,242,698

595,688

FY10 Approved
Budget
26,772
1,297,080
0
74,511
0
(400,000)
998,363

FY10 Revised
Budget
26,772
1,297,080
0
74,511
0
(400,000)
998,363

FY11 Level
Amount of
Service
Increase/Decr
Budget
ease
27,843
1,297,080
80,049
(600,000)
804,972

1,071
0
0
5,538
0
(200,000)
(193,391)

% of
Increase

FTE

4.0%
0.0%

0.5

7.4%

8.0

50.0%
-19.4%

8.5

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