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    How did this happen?NYS has become extraordinarily dependent on Wall Street (20 %

    of revenues)

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    Source: Adapted from, New York States Fiscal Reckoning, by E.J.McMahon, in City Journal, Autumn 2008

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    Broader economy is struggling

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    Source: Budget Directors Presentation, 10/28/2008

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    Foundation Aid 2008-09

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    11%District 11

    13%District 10

    8%District 8

    6%District 7

    10%District 6

    9%District 5

    11%District 4

    17%District 3

    5%District 2

    8%District 1

    3%Williamson

    % Change

    (base aid)

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    Enrollment

    Enrollment History Williamson

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    12661235

    11851172 1165 1168

    1372 1363

    1050

    1100

    1150

    1200

    1250

    1300

    1350

    1400

    2002

    -03

    2003

    -04

    2004

    -05

    2005

    -06

    2006

    -07

    2007

    -08

    Aug-08

    Sep.20

    08

    Nov.20

    08

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    How does next years aid look?

    The governors proposal is for a $570,000cut to base state aid, overall $777,291.

    This is a starting point.

    The state budget needs to be passed bythe legislature.

    Traditionally, they have put money backinto education.

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    Federal Stimulus Package

    Federal money is earmarked for certain programs.

    Title 1: $31,000

    IDEA: $138,500These will need to follow Federal guidelines andcannot just be used to offset tax rates.

    Additional state stabilization money may replace

    some of the aid lost under the governorsoriginal proposal.

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    Moving from Revenues to Expenditures

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    12.13%Levy Increase

    21,297,61120,691,523Total Budget

    23,00022,500Interfund Transfers1,662,7421,580,521Debt Service

    4,217,2374,064,391Employee Benefits

    3,4723,500Other Community Services

    957,648952,394Transportation12,000,84411,684,844Instruction

    2,432,6682,383,373General Support

    Budget

    2009-10

    No Cuts2008-09 Budget

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    Budget Comparison

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    2008-09 11,684,844 952,394 3,500 4,064,391 1,580,521 22,500 20,691,523

    2009-10 No Cuts 12,000,844 957,648 3,472 4,217,237 1,662,742 23,000 21,297,611

    2009-10 3.3% Levy 11,405,844 957,648 3,472 4,021,237 1,662,742 23,000 20,506,611

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    Percent of Total Budget

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    Non-Instructional Areas2009-2010 budget

    Cut materials and supplies, contractualand equipment below last years levels.

    Administrative reduction in health carecoverage under discussion

    District Office cut (Treasurer)

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    Non-instructional areas2009-2010 budget

    Athletics

    2 games cut from each schedule

    (Section 5 decision) Reduce the number of competitionsand/or tournaments per sport (Local

    decision) No away scrimmages (Local decision)

    $8,000 savings

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    Where do we stand?

    Aid picture is uncertain, theenrollment numbers are not.

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    Class Size Guidelines

    Grade 7-12 core subjects

    Rounding rules apply (eg.95 to 100, 83 to 80)

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    370

    480

    490

    5100

    Number of SectionsGrade LevelEnrollment

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    Class Size Guidelines

    Continued

    Electives will run if 10 or morestudents have enrolled.

    K-2 class sizes will remain at 18

    or under.

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    Cut Enrollment

    LibrarianJob Loss: YesSavings: $45,000+

    Effect on Students: MinimalProgram Impact: Decreased enrollment has left openings in

    schedule

    MS Librarian will move between the MS and ESto teach classes Library aide will remain in library full time so

    library will remain open.

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    Cut- Enrollment

    Kindergarten Aides

    Job Loss: Yes

    Savings: $45,000+Effect on Students: Minimal, these aides

    were added because of class size

    Function Covered: No

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    Cut-Enrollment

    1.0 MathJob Loss: YesSavings: $40,000+

    Effect on Students: MinimalProgram: New math sequence implemented; no longer

    running two sets of courses

    Class size guidelines used (present class sizesnow range from 10-19) With cut, we will still have 2.5 periods of math

    open per cycle.

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    Cut-Enrollment

    Teaching Assistant (MS)

    Job Loss: Yes

    Savings: $20,000+Effect on Students: None

    Program Impact:

    Shifting special education populationleaves no function uncovered

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    Cut-Enrollment

    1.0 Art

    Job Loss: Yes

    Savings: $45,000+

    Effect on Students: None

    Program Impact:

    Shrinking class sections over last few years

    have left open periods for Art teachers District art needs can now be covered by two

    teachers

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    Cut-Enrollment/Attrition

    .3 Music - Sept. .5 Music - MarchJob Loss: Yes/No

    Savings: $30,000+

    Effect on Students: None

    Program Impact:

    Declining enrollment has left openings

    Second semester change will be backfilledafter retirement in March 2010

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    Cut through Attrition

    Teaching Assistant ES

    Computer Lab

    Job Loss: NoSavings: $20,000+

    Effect on Students: None

    Already in place.

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    One Elementary Teacher

    Job Loss: No

    Savings: $70,000+

    Effect on Students: Minimal due to decliningenrollment

    Program Impact:

    Slight class size increase in Grade 4

    (67 students, 3 sections)

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    Cut through Attrition

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    Cut through Attrition

    1.0 Speech (HS)

    This teacher presently teaches 4 English classes and doesspeech therapy for HS students.

    Job Loss: NoSavings: $70,000+Effect on Students: NoneProgram Impact: Move English teacherfrom half timeAIS middle school

    position to cover HS English classes taught by retiringtherapist

    Middle School AISneeds can be met by classroomteachers because of less core subject sections (decliningenrollment)

    Speech needs in the HS can be covered by district speechtherapists

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    Cut through Attrition

    School to Work / Enrichment Coordinator

    Job Loss: No

    Savings: $70,000+

    Effect on Students: MinimalProgram Impact:

    Enrichment coordinator becomes stipendposition

    School to Work is done by business teacher

    Teacher from outside of business departmentteaches one period of business

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    Questions to Answer

    These are things I can support.

    These are things I am concernedabout.

    Here are some additional questionsI have.

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    Budget Discussion

    The Williamson Board of Education willdiscuss the budget at the followingmeetings:

    Wednesday, February 25 Wednesday, March 11

    Wednesday, March 25

    Meetings are held in the Williamson MiddleSchool Cafeteria, 7:00 p.m.

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