Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Development

Called Board Meeting April 16, 2013

Budget Summary by Category – FY2013
2013 BUDGET

Superintendent School Board Communications Curriculum and Instruction Facilities and Operations Finance Human Resources
Information Technology Legal Services

994,087 12,831,181 955,413
41,604,347 88,062,758 3,796,682 5,124,431 19,768,646 8,668,922 22,696,996 723,954 23,412,241 503,368,773 732,008,431

School Leadership And Operational Support
Strategic Management & Accountability District-Wide NonDiscretionary Costs Schools

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Personnel Impact to Budget
Approximately 85% of General Fund Operating Budget is for Salaries & Benefits

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Employee Make-Up of District
1. School Based Positions • Teachers, Principals, Paraprofessionals, Food Service, Custodial, Media Specialist, Counselors School Support Positions • Bus Drivers, Bus Monitors, Crossing Guards, Psychologist, Social Workers, Nurses Central Office Positions • Superintendent, Strategic Management, Finance, HR, Information Technology, Legal Affairs, Operations, School Leadership, and Curriculum & Instruction Temporary/Substitute Positions • Substitute Employees, Lay Coaches, Extra Activity
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Employee Count

Full Time- Part Time Temporary- Substitute Total Employees

12,417 1,311 13,728

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Full Time Count- Funding Source
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General Fund Special Revenue SPLOST Food Service Total

10,429 982 11 995 12,417

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General Fund Expenditures

Location
School-Based

Count
8,587

Salary

Benefits

Percentage of Salary & Ben Budget
$ 535,667,850.23 73%

$ 408,906,755.90 $ 126,761,094.33

System Support

1,220

$ 20,275,956.16 $

6,285,546.41

$ 26,561,502.57

4%

Central Office

622

$ 34,638,157.39 $ 10,737,828.79

$ 45,375,986.18

6%

Total

10,429

$ 463,820,869.45 $ 143,784,469.53

$ 607,605,338.98

83%

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Revenue Projections
FY13 $361.3Million $370.7 Million $732.0 Million FY14 (estimated) $368.7 Million $359.9 Million $728.6 Million

 State Revenue  Local Revenue  Total Revenue

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Budget Realities – FY2014

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Increase Georgia Teacher Retirement System (TRS) Increase to Certified Health Increase to Non-Certified Health Increase to State Salary Steps New Charter School Textbook Lease Payment

$3.8 Million $2.2 Million $5.2 Million $1.3 Million $2.2 Million $1.4 Million

Total Increases

$16.1 Million

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Budget Parameters Board Discussion

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Financial performance indicators Elements critical to the organization’s success Realities of the current financial situation Specific financial expectations for next school year Decisions will move the district forward

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