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Salem-Keizer

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About Salem-Keizer Our total budget General Fund Budgets by individual programs: Elementary Instruction Middle School Instruction High School Instruction Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Student Services Instructional Services Executive Administration Business Services Human Resources Technology and Information Services Transportation Facilities and Planning Charter Schools; Asset Replacement; Fee-Based Funds Strategic Plan Contact information

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BUDGET GUIDE FOR OUR COMMUNITY

2011-12

Educating 40,000 Students


Salem-Keizer has about 40,000 students.

Our Students

Our District

On average...

Almost one third of our students (about 11,650) hear a language other than English at home, and of those, just over 6,100 are receiving English language services. About 14 percent of our students are receiving Special Education services About 9 percent are identified as Talented and Gifted

66 schools Around 4,300 individual employees District covers 172 square miles of Marion and Polk counties Second largest school district in Oregon On average, we transport 11,000 students to and from school every day while the rest are within walking distance

Thank You, Community

Students in Poverty

Sixty percent of Salem-Keizers student population is considered living in poverty based on the number who are receiving the Federal Free and Reduced Meal Program. A student may qualify for the program if his/her family income is below a certain federal level. For a family of four, the household income must be at or below $3,400 per month to qualify for the reduced-meal program. Or, a student may qualify if his/her family is receiving Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), or benefits from the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR).

On November 4, 2008, the Salem-Keizer community said yes to providing a safe and healthy school environment for our students. The $242.1 million construction bond was passed by voters. Repairs and renovations of our schools are under way. The bond projects include: School repairs and renovations at 48 schools Built one new middle school and one new elementary school in West Salem Building two new elementary schools, one in South Salem and one in Northeast Salem

A Changing Community

Salem-Keizers student population has changed significantly in the last ten years, especially in our Hispanic population. This graph shows our current student demographics:

Current Demographics (2010-11)


American Indian/ Alaskan Native: 1%

2001-02 School Year


Salem-Keizer is growing more diverse each year.
African American: 1% No response: 10% American Indian/ Alaskan Native: 1% Asian/Pacific Islander: 3%

MultiRacial: 4%

Asian: 2%

African American: 1%

Pacific Islander: 2%

Multi-Ethnic: 3%

Hispanic: 37%

White: 53%

Hispanic: 18% White: 64%

Demographic information is based on categories selected by parents on student registration forms.

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Academic Achievement
Each year, students take tests in key subject areas to determine progress from year to year. These tests measure benchmarks or things a child should know by a certain grade. These graphs show student achievement results for the last two to three years. Test results show students are making steady progress in reading and math, while science scores are flat, and writing is an area for improvement. This year, the state changed the high school grade level tested (all subjects) from 10th to 11th grade, and increased the math benchmark score. For more detailed information about student achievement, please read our Progress Toward Success publication. Reading
100% 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

3,680 students took at least one advanced placement, honors or international baccalaureate class last school year. 242 state-approved career and technical courses were offered in Salem-Keizer schools. 429 high school students had a cumulative GPA of 4.0 in 2010-11. 4,824 students enrolled in a career and technical education course in 2010-11. Dropout rate decreased from 4.49% to 3.75% in our district. $13.8 million was earned in college scholarships by our graduating class of 2011. Seven of our eight high schools increased their graduation rate in 2010-11.

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Grade 11

Total Budget

$621,978,721

Each year our School Board adopts a financial plan (budget) for the upcoming school year. This plan guides our staff in how funds are spent toward instructional programs for students. The budget is initially put together by the superintendent and district staff based on feedback from staff, parents and community members. The Citizen Budget Committee then reviews the plan and gathers feedback from our local community. After review and possible revisions, the Budget Committee approves the financial plan. The School Board then adopts the financial plan as our Adopted Budget for the coming school year.

Internal Service Funds: $23,951,490 4% Capital Projects Fund*: $126,118,948 20%

Special Revenue Funds*: $78,848,873 13%

General Fund (main operating budget): $340,970,127 55%

Debt Service Fund - PERS*: $20,549,966 3% Debt Service Fund - General Obligation Bonds*: $31,539,317 5%

*Restricted Funds: These accounts have specific restrictions on the money. They may only be spent as specified by either state or federal law, or by the source of the money, such as grants and donations. Please note: Oregon follows open accounting practices so public agencies list all fund accounts they manage as part of their budgeteven if they have no say over how the money in a particular account is spent.

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Fund Accounts
General Fund: $340,970,127
Our main operating budget. This fund pays for the instructional programs, daily operations of our schools and general functions of our school district. See the next page for more detail.

RESTRICTED - Special Revenue Funds: $78,848,873


Special Revenue includes accounts that are for self-supporting programs, grant funds we have received for specific projects, or fee-based programs. Included under these accounts are funds received from the federal government for Title programs, such as those targeted at low-income students. Money in Special Revenue accounts may only be used for targeted programs and services as specified by the source of funds.

RESTRICTED - Capital Projects Fund: $126,118,948

When local voters approved funds to build new schools and repair current schools, an account was created that tracks spending on construction projects. In 2008, voters approved a $242.1 million bond measure. The first sale of bonds occurred in March 2009 followed by subsequent sale in December 2009 totaling $210.5 million. In June of 2011, the remaining $31.6 million in bonds were sold. The proceeds from these sales were deposited directly into the Capital Projects Fund and have been used for school construction and repairs.

Internal Service Funds: $23,951,490

RESTRICTED - Debt Service Fund, General Obligation Bonds: $31,539,317


When our district sells bonds to finance voter-approved construction, an account is set up to repay the debt associated with the sale. This fund receives the money that is collected from our taxpayers to repay the debt. We are currently repaying debt approved by voters in 1992, 1998 and 2008.

Internal Service Funds track services, such as liability insurance and workers compensation claims, utility conservation and charter school direction. Insurance-related services are required by law; however, school districts may choose to either provide them for themselves or contract them out. We found it to be more cost-effective to use a self-insurance model. Internal Services include Risk Management (liability insurance, workers compensation, and unemployment); Auxiliary Services (selfsupporting print shop and warehouse); Charter Schools (tracks cost associated with charter schools); and Energy Conservation Program (tracks activities and savings from internal energy conservation efforts).

RESTRICTED - Debt Service Fund, PERS Bonds: $20,549,966

Total Budget by Category


This graph shows the total budget broken out by various categories like salaries, supplies, etc. The 2011-12 budget includes a large portion of Capital Outlay. Salem-Keizer received voter approval in 2008 for a $242.1 million construction bond to repair and renovate schools, as well as build four new schools.

This fund tracks our districts refinancing of the accrued Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) liability. We refinanced the debt through the issuance of pension bonds in 2002 and 2004. This generated a savings of about $10.7 million in 2010-11, and an anticipated $1.5 million in 2011-12. The money for the repayment of the bonds is tracked in this fund account.

Supplies and Materials: $22,681,288

Other: $69,396,287 Capital Outlay: $124,950,111

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $331,143,836

Purchased Services: $73,807,199

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General Fund

$340,970,127
Direct Support to Students: $84,977,470 25%

The majority of the General Fund goes toward instruction and support services for students. The General Fund is our main operating budget, and is the area that our School Board has the most discretion over. Allocation of General Fund resources flows from Board direction and the districts strategic plan, which can be found on page 23.

Instruction of Students: $225,904,983 (66%)


All costs associated with classroom instruction; for example, teacher salaries, supplies and activities are budgeted in this portion. It also includes services for alternative education, guidance/counseling, special education, English language learner and other compensatory instructional programs.

Direct Support to Students: $84,977,470 (25%)


This piece includes all costs that go toward running a school, including student safety, school offices, maintenance, phone service, custodial, and student transportation. It also contains costs for assessment and testing, library media services and school improvement/ curriculum services.

Instruction of Students: $225,904,983 66%

Central Administration: $30,087,674 (9%)

Expenses for services provided centrally by our district include the Superintendents office, Human Resources/ Personnel, Business Services, Communications, and Purchasing/Mail. Each school depends on these services to run its educational programs.

Central Administration: 30,087,674 9%

General Fund by Category


The graph below shows how the General Fund is budgeted by specific categories, such as salaries, wages, benefits, supplies and materials, etc. As the graph shows, 86 percent of the General Fund pays for people (salaries and benefits), and the majority of those people are school staff such as teachers.

* Purchased Services: Includes utilities, legal services, contracted work, and other services we do not provide for ourselves and must purchase from outside agencies. ** Other: This category includes contingency funds, which are used to pay for unexpected expenses, and the Transfer of Funds account, which are funds that must be transferred to restricted accounts. In addition, this category includes funds used to pay for the retirement of debt from lease/purchase agreements, dues and fees, and operational licenses and permits.

Other**: $14,333,660 4% Supplies and Purchased Services*: Materials: $21,996,743 $10,696,755 7% 3%

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $293,942,969 86%

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General Fund

$340,970,127

This information explains how Salem-Keizer balanced the General Fund budget for this school year. It shows how much we needed for the coming school year to run the same instructional programs and services as the previous year, and how much we received from our various sources of revenue. Amount to run current programs and meet obligations (PERS, bargained salary packages etc.) Amount of revenue (expected income and carry forward from last year) FUNDING SHORTFALL $379.5 million $325.5 million $54.0 million

Reductions and Adjustments to Balance the Shortfall


Reduced Administrator positions (elementary assistant principals, central supervisors, etc.) Reduced Classified positions (custodial, maintenance, human resources, etc.) Reduced Licensed positions Reduced funding for operations (repurpose 3 small schools, external audits, publications, etc.) Reduced Instructional Assistant positions Reduced funding for programs (supplies and materials, high school athletics, etc.) Reduced Differentials (pay allocated for teachers who accept additional duties) Salary concessions from all employee groups (administration, licensed, classified, confidential) Reduced reserves and capital maintenance TOTAL REDUCTIONS $1.5 million $ 3.3 million $ 22.7 million $ 2.4 million $ 4.3 million $ 1.0 million $ 0.9 million $11.1 million $6.8 million $54.0 million

Five year look at the General Fund Budget


Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Instruction of students $221,601,484 $235,741,330 $227,096,294 $231,245,546 $225,904,983 % of General Fund 67% 66% 68% 68% 66% Support To Students $87,186,116 $91,664,634 $83,868,888 $83,899,679 $84,977,470 % of General Fund 26% 26% 25% 25% 25% Central Administration* $21,509,981 $31,466,465 $22,454,393 $23,636,345 $30,087,674* % of General Fund 7% 8% 7% 7% 9%* Total General Fund $330,297,581 $358,872,429 $333,419,575 $338,781,570 $340,970,127

*The figures for Central Administration in 2011-12 include about a $6.5 million increase to the contingency fund. The $6.5 million represents a one-time adjustment to the budget as presented to the School Board at the June 28, 2011 meeting, and reflects changes to revenue which the Board has earmarked to offset anticipated cuts in 2012-13.

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Program Overview
The following pages provide an overview of each section of our districts budget by program. Weve included how all funds are distributed throughout our district. In addition, weve included staff numbers and how the budget is disbursed based on salaries, wages, benefits, supplies and materials, purchased services, etc.

2011-12 Budget Highlight

The budget includes voter-approved construction bond funds to repair and renovate our schools. These funds are mainly reflected in the Facilities and Planning budget. Construction bond funds are restricted by law and may only be used toward the construction and repair projects approved by Salem-Keizer voters.

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Elementary Instruction
By Program Elementary Instruction Elementary Instructional Support Fund Office of the Principal Grants Allocation By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other (includes grant indirect) $87,447,770 $2,037,129 $1,415,891 $215,178 $88,617,232 $2,536,603 $1,496,663 $389,854 2008-09 $73,481,517 $427,794 $11,682,456 $5,524,201 2009-10 $71,872,113 $147,700 $11,497,838 $9,522,701

$ 86,586,730
2010-11 $73,376,025 $140,635 $11,976,742 $5,521,796 $86,770,529 $2,397,358 $1,594,399 $252,912 2011-12 $71,106,564 $144,085 $10,734,197 $4,601,884 $82,997,828 $2,235,541 $1,168,963 $184,398

Elementary Education provides programs and services for regular kindergarten through 5th grade instruction. This program includes funding for teachers, instructional assistants, classroom materials, textbooks, each schools front office staff and the principal.

Total Budget
Instructional Support Fund: $144,085 Office of the Principal: $10,734,197

Distribution of Funds

The chart below shows how Elementary Instruction is budgeted by specific categories: Purchased Services: $1,168,963 Supplies and Materials: $2,235,541 Other: $184,398

Grants: $4,601,884

Elementary Instruction: $71,106,564

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $82,997,828

Staff
This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 742.41 Classified Staff: 256.47 School-Based Supervisors: 42.70

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Middle School Instruction


By Program Middle School Instruction Middle School Co-Curricular Athletics Middle School Co-Curricular Activities Instructional Support Fund Office of the Principal Grants Allocation By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Capital Other $42,691,758 $1,435,455 $1,977,957 $7,140 $158,947 $42,858,597 $1,548,905 $4,493,503 $0 $300,501 2008-09 $35,125,054 $627,014 $251,130 $101,423 $6,084,142 $4,082,494 2009-10 $34,456,742 $634,514 $260,470 $97,713 $6,189,579 $7,562,488

$43,511,688
2010-11 $34,409,227 $613,887 $247,450 $180,250 $6,238,772 $3,170,330 $41,116,871 $1,266,274 $2,302,287 $0 $174,484 2011-12 $33,050,654 $541,098 $0 $79,032 $6,515,166 $3,325,738 $41,394,600 $1,155,455 $801,659 $0 $159,974

The Middle School Instruction budget pays for all regular instruction of students in grades 6 through 8, including teachers, instructional assistants, classroom materials, athletics, activities, school office staff and the principal.

Total Budget
Instructional Support Fund: $79,032 Office of the Principal: $6,515,166

Distribution of Funds
The chart below shows how Middle School Instruction is budgeted by specific categories: Purchased Services: $801,659 Grants: $3,325,738 Supplies and Materials: $1,155,455 Other: $159,974

Middle School Co-Curriculars: $541,098

Middle School Instruction: $33,050,654

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $41,394,600

Staff
This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 360.05 Classified Staff: 94.50 School-Based Supervisors: 22.50

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High School Instruction


By Program High School Instruction High School Co-Curricular Athletics High School Co-Curricular Activities Alternative Education High School Instructional Support Fund Office of the Principal Grants Allocation By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other Capital $57,454,050 $2,566,725 $3,027,136 $148,936 $34,138 $55,923,582 $2,176,316 $3,537,900 $219,407 $0 2008-09 $42,891,843 $2,633,178 $428,652 $5,713,926 $628,403 $8,898,242 $2,036,741 2009-10 $40,896,646 $2,593,036 $442,020 $5,677,616 $464,502 $8,607,488 $3,175,897

$63,427,088
2010-11 $42,365,749 $2,622,073 $441,122 $5,706,781 $406,107 $8,500,132 $5,037,615 $58,773,721 $1,988,176 $4,040,092 $277,590 $0 2011-12 $39,773,187 $2,683,258 $494,997 $5,694,478 $142,553 $8,571,379 $6,067,236 $58,013,906 $2,371,065 $2,726,008 $316,109 $0

The High School Instruction budget pays for all regular instruction of students in grades 9 through 12, including teachers, instructional assistants, classroom materials, athletics, activities, school office staff and the principal.

Total Budget
Instructional Support Fund: $142,553 Co-Curricular: $3,178,255 Office of the Alternative Principal: Education: $8,571,379 $5,694,478 Grants: $6,067,236

Distribution of Funds

The chart below shows how High School Instruction is budgeted by specific categories: Purchased Services: $2,726,008 Supplies and Materials: $2,371,065 Other: $316,109

High School Instruction: $39,773,187

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $58,013,906

Staff
This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 457.54 Classified Staff: 132.97 School-Based Supervisors: 32.50

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Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment


By Program School Library Media Talented and Gifted Program Curriculum Assessment and Testing Services Central Library Services Grants By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other Capital $7,846,854 $1,615,632 $745,475 $44,752 $12,395 $7,079,200 $709,452 $530,145 $8,077 $0 2008-09 $4,813,694 $855,515 $2,327,729 $917,438 $371,832 $978,900 2009-10 $4,750,384 $750,853 $1,056,508 $1,029,306 $421,323 $318,500

$5,191,469
2010-11 $4,784,453 $752,297 $1,107,818 $1,071,307 $424,152 $714,573 $7,560,588 $591,292 $664,483 $38,237 $0 2011-12 $880,594 $711,865 $1,458,326 $856,821 $444,212 $839,651 $3,721,865 $762,440 $660,229 $39,935 $7,000

Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment budget pays for central and supportive services for direct instruction, including curriculum, Talented and Gifted coordination, library media, and central testing and assessment.

Total Budget

Distribution of Funds
Supplies and Materials: $762,440

The chart below shows how the funds were budgeted by specific categories: Purchased Services: $660,229 Other: $46,935

School Library Media: $880,594 Grants: $839,651

Curriculum: $1,458,326 Assessment and Testing Services: $856,821

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $3,721,865

Central Library Services: $444,212

Talented and Gifted Program: $711,865

Staff

This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 16 Classified Staff: 10.5 Supervisors: 5

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Student Services

$75,265,090

Student Services provides direct instruction and support to students with special needs through teachers, nurses, counselors, occupational therapists, speech/language therapists, school psychologists, testing specialists, autism team, behavior team, social workers, youth transition team, student threat assessment team and drug and alcohol intervention counselors. By Program Special Education Student Services - Central Guidance & Counseling Grants By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other $64,193,641 $777,058 $975,537 $323,230 $65,717,674 $2,357,145 $1,330,499 $500,282 $66,113,869 $1,014,665 $1,154,362 $531,082 $71,299,763 $2,077,930 $1,281,701 $605,696 2008-09 $41,125,155 $7,966,591 $8,032,203 $9,145,517 2009-10 $40,173,706 $7,919,835 $7,667,655 $14,144,404 2010-11 $41,823,949 $7,705,875 $7,730,903 $11,553,251 2011-12 $45,875,039 $8,768,958 $6,796,365 $13,824,728

Total Budget
Guidance & Counseling: $6,796,365 Student Services - Central: $8,768,958

Distribution of Funds

The chart below shows how the funds were budgeted by specific categories: Purchased Services: $1,281,701 Other: $605,696

Supplies and Materials: $2,077,930

Grants: $13,824,728

Special Education: $45,875,039

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $71,299,763

This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 394.57 Classified Staff: 583.29 Supervisors: 6.75

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Instructional Services
By Program
English Language Acquisition (ELA) Indian Education Instructional Services City of Salem Homeless Transportation Grant Indian Education Grant McKinney-Vento Homeless Services Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency Title IC Migrant Education Title IC Migrant Preschool Title IC Migrant Summer School Title ID Neglected or Delinquent Students Title III English Language Learners Title IA School Improvement Homeless ARRA (Federal Stimulus) Title IA ARRA (Federal Stimulus) Title IIA Staff Professional Development By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other $15,737,203 $402,451 $306,130 $157,475 $13,342,062 $530,103 $606,400 $135,860

$18,501,336
2008-09
$9,699,099 $129,546 $2,486,903 $7,503 $151,283 $45,000 $14,529 $954,306 $120,000 $121,298 $0 $806,375 $1,597,896 $0 $0 $469,611

Instructional Services oversees all English Language Learner programs, as well as all other compensatory programs, such as Homeless Education and Indian Education. In addition, Instructional Services provides support through curriculum development, data analysis and staff development. 2009-10
$9,211,060 $131,665 $1,255,029 $7,503 $139,501 $40,824 $31,229 $622,170 $76,062 $104,333 $107,417 $917,976 $1,242,109 $55,125 $672,422 $0

2010-11
$9,021,910 $134,570 $1,271,614 $7,278 $137,567 $60,000 $20,572 $665,451 $66,342 $154,845 $96,700 $929,804 $1,943,124 $0 $0 $0 $13,728,143 $324,571 $276,669 $180,394

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$10,789,843 $142,966 $0 $0 $157,380 $60,000 $16,943 $810,528 $65,217 $294,525 $104,879 $969,481 $5,089,574 $0 $0 $0 $13,893,603 $326,019 $4,007,715 $273,999

Distribution of Funds
This chart shows how the funds were budgeted by specific categories. Supplies and Materials: $326,019

Other: $273,999

Staff
This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 41.7 Classified Staff: 153.92 Supervisors: 4.25

Purchased Services: $4,007,715

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $13,893,603

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Executive Administration

$2,803,565

Executive Administration includes the office of the Superintendent and Community Relations and Communications. In addition, this section includes the districts Community Relations and Communications office and K-12 support services, which is the elementary education and middle/high school education level offices. By Program K-12 School Support Services Executive Administration School Board of Education Community Relations and Communications By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other $3,233,566 $119,339 $923,797 $36,274 $2,201,578 $107,750 $796,771 $36,997 $2,288,908 $72,188 $714,217 $36,997 $2,062,270 $67,255 $631,514 $42,526 2008-09 $2,049,619 $1,161,956 $619,978 $481,423 2009-10 $1,306,620 $810,189 $624,158 $402,129 2010-11 $1,320,397 $799,783 $577,127 $415,003 2011-12 $1,146,371 $745,407 $544,348 $367,439

Distribution of Funds Total Budget


Community Relations and Communications: $367,439

The chart below shows how the funds were budgeted by specific categories:

Supplies and Materials: $67,255

Other: $42,526

Executive Administration: $745,407

School Board of Education: $544,348

Purchased Services: $631,514

K-12 School Support Services: $1,146,371

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $2,062,270

This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 0.5 Classified Staff: 11.5 Supervisors: 6

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Business Services

$92,346,390

Business Services develops, implements and communicates financial systems and business practices that align with the districts strategic plan and increases the efficiency of business operations in schools and departments. Business Services oversees finance and budget, all major district purchases, mail and delivery, payroll and all major business operations. By Program Operating Contingency Mail and Delivery Services Business Services Transfer of Funds Purchasing Auxiliary Services General Obligation Bonds PERS Bonds Security (includes Internal Service Fund) Food Services Grants By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other Capital $6,115,176 $9,835,235 $25,830,546 $59,232,532 $156,162 $6,079,620 $4,392,662 $30,581,818 $,47,439,270 $197,085 $6,134,799 $1,419,262 $29,307,163 $48,864,885 $197,085 $6,149,164 $1,491,218 $26,440,589 $57,917,864 $347,555 2008-09 $12,453,681 $414,782 $2,233,912 $4,645,158 $388,469 $9,733,912 $30,498,724 $22,162,535 $3,785,219 $14,853,259 $0 2009-10 $3,724,798 $409,739 $2,308,197 $272,186 $295,709 $8,761,113 $31,152,639 $22,509,998 $3,755,712 $15,500,364 $0 2010-11 $5,317,500 $419,905 $2,407,023 $190,000 $240,175 $4,766,632 $30,373,919 $23,094,654 $3,611,526 $15,500,086 $1,774 2011-12 $11,828,509 $452,461 $2,182,429 $320,000 $269,001 $5,053,285 $31,539,317 $20,549,966 $3,540,380 $16,611,042 $0

Total Budget

Auxiliary Services: $5,053,285 Transfer of Funds: $320,000 Mail & Delivery: $452,461 Business Services: $2,182,429

Staff

This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 0 Supervisors: 5 Classified Staff: 84.80

Security: $3,540,380

Purchasing: $269,001 Food Services: $16,611,042 Operating Contingency: $11,828,509

PERS Bonds: $20,549,966

General Obligation Bonds: $31,539,317

This chart shows how the funds were budgeted by categories. Supplies and Salaries, Wages and Materials: Benefits: $6,149,164 $1,491,218 Capital: $347,555 Purchased Services: $26,440,589

Distribution of Funds

Other: $57,917,864

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Human Resources
By Program Human Resources Early Retirement Instructional Staff Development Grants Risk Management* By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Capital Other * includes Internal Service and General funds $10,237,794 $416,580 $4,282,967 $31,500 $5,227,246 $9,025,201 $366,020 $5,300,050 $32,130 $5,624,512 2008-09 $2,987,957 $3,596,482 $3,494,341 $1,199,031 $8,918,276 2009-10 $2,999,419 $3,289,170 $1,715,628 $1,823,195 $10,520,501

$27,849,998
2010-11 $3,139,676 $2,957,050 $1,749,051 $3,857,445 $12,392,870 $10,839,610 $349,783 $5,408,824 $32,130 $7,465,745 2011-12 $3,030,166 $2,750,705 $1,807,304 $5,393,108 $14,868,715 $11,743,793 $419,687 $9,646,008 $32,130 $6,008,380

Human Resources (personnel) coordinates the recruiting, hiring and retention of Salem-Keizer staff, and provides frequent opportunities for staff development.

Total Budget

Distribution of Funds

This chart shows how the funds were budgeted by categories. Supplies and Materials: $419,687

Risk Management: $14,868,715

Human Resources: $3,030,166

Grants: $5,393,108

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $11,743,793

Purchased Services: $9,646,008

Other: $6,008,380 Instructional Staff Development: $1,807,304 Early Retirement: $2,750,705 Capital: $32,130

Staff
This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 39 Classified Staff: 31.25 Supervisors: 8

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Technology and Information Services $9,594,724


Technology and Information Services (TIS) provides technology leadership and services that support schools and departments. TIS staff supports more than 13,000 computers, 300 servers, computer networks, mainframe computers and telephones. By Program Technology Telecommunications Capitol-Net By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Capital Other $6,363,040 $2,395,391 $2,606,913 $779,317 $1,696 $6,005,222 $1,633,654 $2,182,273 $615,917 $302 $6,094,406 $767,589 $2,236,048 $418,949 $283,759 $6,358,074 $849,027 $2,090,516 $13,125 $283,982 2008-09 $9,855,933 $1,463,437 $826,987 2009-10 $9,168,050 $1,269,318 $0 2010-11 $8,459,973 $1,340,778 $0 2011-12 $8,147,826 $1,446,898 $0

Total Budget

Distribution of Funds
The chart below shows how the funds were distributed by specific categories:

Telecommunications: $1,446,898

Technology: $8,147,826

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $6,358,074

Purchased Services: $2,090,516

Other: $283,982 Capital: $13,125 Supplies and Materials: $849,027

Staff
This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 0 Classified Staff: 66 Supervisors: 5

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Transportation
By Program Transportation By Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies, Materials, Purchased Services Capital Other $11,995,345 $1,391,597 $110,268 $674,041 $12,652,088 $1,367,026 $31,377 $654,772 2008-09 $14,171,251 2009-10 $14,705,263

$16,979,088
2010-11 $14,131,334 $12,074,910 $1,389,717 $31,377 $635,330 2011-12 $16,979,088 $14,495,442 $1,704,199 $31,691 $747,756

Transportation Services provides safe, efficient and friendly bus transportation to students and staff. Each day, Salem-Keizer buses transport more than 11,000 students to and from school each day, and our buses travel about 3 million miles per year.

This chart shows how the funds were distributed by specific categories.

Distribution of Funds

This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 0 Classified Staff: 279.81 Supervisors: 3

Staff

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $14,495,442

Capital: $31,691

Other: $747,756

Supplies, Materials and Purchased Services: $1,704,199

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Facilities and Planning


By Program Facilities Services Maintenance Services Utilities Custodial Services Capital Maintenance Fund Capital Projects (Construction Bond) Energy Fund Deferred Maintenance (Risk - Internal Service Fund) Grants By Object Salaries, Wages, and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Other Capital $15,914,301 $1,047,480 $10,617,389 $248,159 $188,597,738 $15,922,952 $1,079,499 $12,613,903 $126,776 $180,015,573 2008-09 $868,374 $8,274,487 $5,947,700 $11,208,950 $3,600,000 $184,964,027 $944,280 $500,000 $117,249 2009-10 $649,592 $5,978,427 $6,070,643 $11,174,185 $3,630,000 $181,154,904 $980,587 $0 $120,365

$151,237,874
2010-11 $647,353 $6,158,422 $6,054,049 $11,403,710 $2,010,000 $187,648,126 $980,587 $0 $120,246 $16,850,814 $976,809 $9,459,649 $88,292 $187,646,929 2011-12 $647,547 $5,627,317 $6,350,230 $10,766,824 $0 $126,118,948 $980,587 $620,000 $126,421 $16,187,572 $3,590,606 $10,139,454 $89,532 $121,230,710

Facilities and Planning provides clean, safe and comfortable learning and working environments at schools and support facilities. This includes coordinating the $242.1 million construction bond program approved by voters in 2008.

Total Budget

Staff

This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. Licensed Staff: 1 Supervisors: 6.9 Classified Staff: 209.38

Capital Projects: $126,118,948

Deferred Maint: $620,000

Distribution of Funds

The chart below shows how the funds were distributed by specific categories: Capital: $121,230,710

Energy Fund: $980,587

Custodial Services: $10,766,824 Maintenance Services: Grants: Utilities: $5,627,317 $126,421 $6,350,230 Salaries, Wages and Benefits: Facilities Services: $16,187,572 $647,547 Purchased Services: $10,139,454

Other: $89,532

Supplies and Materials: $3,590,606

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Charter Schools

$4,247,701

Salem-Keizer currently has four charter schools (Optimum Learning Environment, Valley Inquiry (formerly Baker), JGEMS, and Howard Street). Oregon Department of Education defines charter schools as a public school operated by a group of parents, teachers and/or community members as a semi-autonomous school of choice within a school district. It is given the authority to operate under a contract or charter between the members of the charter school community and the local board of education (sponsor). Under Oregon law, a charter school is a separate legal entity operating under a binding agreement with a sponsor. A public charter school is subject to certain laws pertaining to public schools, is released from others, and must operate in a manner consistent with the charter agreement. Program Charter Schools Charter Schools - Special Education Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services $506,665 $424 $3,297,924 $441,861 $432 $3,136,436 $444,791 $1,104 $3,085,213 $520,253 $1,115 $3,726,333 2008-09 $3,297,500 $507,513 2009-10 $3,136,004 $442,725 2010-11 $3,084,498 $446,610 2011-12 $3,725,611 $522,090

Staff

This is the amount of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in this programs budget. NOTE: The FTE figures here represent staff members who provide special education to students with special needs attending charter schools. Charter schools hire their own regular personnel and those staffing numbers are not reflected here. Licensed Staff: 4.6 Classified Staff: 1.69

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Fee Based Fund (ASB) Asset Replacement Fund

$15,300,834 $5,189,704

This fund accounts for programs, including Associated Student Body (ASB) activities, that are generally self-supporting in nature.

This fund receives the depreciation reimbursement from the State for district school buses. This revenue is used to purchase new buses and transportation equipment. This fund also replaces and repairs assets, which may be worn out, obsolete, damaged, destroyed or missing and have not been budgeted for purchase elsewhere. Revenue for this fund comes from sales of surplus furniture and equipment, property, sale of recyclable materials, equipment use fees, and cash gifts and donations.

Internal Service Fund (tracking Charters)


Program Fee Based Fund (ASB) Asset Replacement Fund Internal Service Fund (Charter School Tracking) Object Salaries, Wages and Benefits Supplies and Materials Purchased Services Capital Other $2,533,562 $6,961,349 $16,325,326 $8,860,200 $6,243,758 $1,747,474 $9,975,691 $13,097,512 $380,000 $7,709,998 2008-09 $16,422,360 $21,072,800 $3,429,035 2009-10 $15,840,393 $13,716,678 $3,353,604

$3,945,442
2010-11 $14,699,427 $13,263,597 $3,396,840 $1,775,759 $7,400,164 $11,776,251 $3,285,000 $7,122,690 2011-12 $15,300,834 $5,189,704 $3,945,442 $2,313,079 $5,392,765 $11,639,306 $3,287,900 $1,802,930

This fund tracks the cost of district services directly associated with the start up and management of each charter school contract. Currently, Salem-Keizer has four charter schools: Valley Inquiry, Optimum Learning Environment, JGEMS and Howard Street.

The graph below shows how the funds were distributed by specific categories. Other: $1,802,930

Distribution of Funds

Staff
This is the number of full-time equivalent (FTE) staff in positions that are paid through these funds. Licensed Staff: 7 Classified Staff: 16.49 Supervisors: 1

Supplies and Materials: $5,392,765

Purchased Services: $11,639,306

Capital: $3,287,900

Salaries, Wages and Benefits: $2,313,079

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Internationally Recognized for Best Business Practices


Salem-Keizer is now internationally recognized for the quality of our support programs. After an extensive audit by the International Organization for Standardization (recognized by the business world as a leader in quality assurance), our districts support departments met all the qualifications to be certified for excellence in business practices. Were now one of only a handful of school districts across the nation that has this certification. Why all the fuss about quality assurance? It frees up our instructional staff so they can focus on teaching, mentoring and guiding students. We want the business and support side of our district to run smoothly, efficiently and in the best interests of our students and staff so that our attention goes toward what really matters educating the students of this community.

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Contact Us
If you have any questions about our school district and our budget, please contact the appropriate office on the list below. If you are not sure which office is best to contact, please call our general information line at 503-399-3000. Business Services: 503-399-3036 Community Relations and Communications: 503-399-3038 Curriculum and Instruction: 503-399-3075 Elementary Education: 503-399-2632 English Language Acquisition: 503-399-3258 Executive Administration: 503-399-3001 Facilities and Planning: 503-399-3290 Fiscal and Accounting Services: 503-399-3021 Food and Nutrition Services: 503-399-3091 High School Education: 503-399-2636 Human Resources: 503-399-3061 Instructional Services: 503-399-3258 Middle School Education: 503-399-2636 Quality Assurance Model (QAM): 503-399-3001 School Board: 503-399-3001 Student Services: 503-399-3101 Superintendents Office: 503-399-3001 Technology and Information Services: 503-399-3031 Testing and Evaluation: 503-399-5590 Transportation Services: 503-399-3100

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