Bolton Public Schools

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BOLTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BUDGET PRESENTATION 2013 – 2014
January 10, 2013
BUDGET GUIDELINES
The 2013 – 2014 budget will be
developed to meet the needs of
our students and established student
learning outcomes as outlined in the
Bolton 2020 Vision and District
Goals.
BOLTON 2020 VISION
Clear direction for the district
based on core values and beliefs
identified by teachers, students,
families, and community
members.
BOLTON 2020 VISION
Teaching and
Learning
Organizational
Structure
Technology
BOLTON DISTRICT GOALS 2012-2013
1. Promote a school environment that is rigorously academic,
safe and disciplined, and conducive to student learning
and employee effectiveness.
2. Promote learning environments that prepare students for
college, careers, and life in the 21st century.
3. Focus on instructional frameworks at every grade level
to improve student outcomes.
SCHOOL PARTNERS
A partnership with the
school & community
to bring together
the school & community
Over 150 individual, family, and business
sponsors help to provide grants and
school/community oriented events
SCHOOL PARTNERS
Bolton PTA
Bolton Scholarship Committee
Bolton Music Works
Bolton Athletic Boosters
Bolton Alumni Association
Bolton Community Education Foundation
2013-14 PROPOSED BUDGET
 $13,682,259
 6.64% Increase
 $851,996
SUPERINTENDENT’S BUDGET 10 YEAR LOOK BACK
10 YEAR AVERAGE: 5.40%
Budget Year
Superintendent Request
% Increase
% Approved
2003 - 2004
$9,746,066
6.76%
4.25%
2004 - 2005
$10,270,722
6.77%
4.09%
2005 - 2006
$10,670,984
5.78%
2.49%
2006 - 2007
$11,153,956
6.52%
3.21%
2007 - 2008
$11,823,055
9.40%
4.22%
2008 - 2009
$12,051,463
6.99%
4.71%
2009 - 2010
$12,189,953
3.35%
0.76%
2010 - 2011
$12,240,251
1.81%
1.59%
2011 - 2012
$12,524,998
3.75%
3.50%
2012 - 2013
$12,857,061
2.90%
2.69%
SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET
SUMMARY
2013-2014
1%
3%
7%
Regular Instruction
8%
Administration & Business Support
Pupil Services
Operations & Services
Salaries/Wages & Employee
Benefits
81%
MAJOR DRIVERS OF INCREASE
6.64% Increase
4%
4%
Salaries/Wages & Employee
Benefits
Pupil Services
28%
Regular Instruction
Administration & Business Support
64%
COMPONENTS OF BUDGET INCREASE
$325,000
$300,000
$275,000
$250,000
$225,000
$200,000
$175,000
$150,000
$125,000
$100,000
$75,000
$50,000
$25,000
$0
$322,423
$238,568
$227,000
$35,373
$11,701
$10,118
$560
$6,251
HEALTH BENEFITS “NOT TO EXCEED”
PERCENTAGE INCREASE
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
5.00
0.00
21.38
13.26
11.31
8.46
7.44
5.07
0.81
HEALTH BENEFITS “BUDGETED”
PERCENTAGE INCREASE
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
5.00
0.00
17.00
13.26
11.31
7.44
5.07 6.00
0.81
REDUCTION IN FORCE
2.0 FTE Instructional Assistant
Positions
1.0 Part-time Instructional Assistant
Position
PROJECTED REVENUE
Revenue Source
Amount
Federal Grants
$217,175
State Grants
$344,500
Erase Grant (Substance
Abuse/Reduction of Tobacco Use
$2,285
Total Projected Grant Award:
$563,960
GRANT FUNDING
INNOVATION AND CHANGE
Bolton Center School
1.5 FTE for Full Day Kindergarten
New Common Core Aligned Math
Program for K - 7
Homework Club
GRANT FUNDING
INNOVATION AND CHANGE
Bolton High School
.4 FTE FCS to address enrollment increase
Textbooks for numerous BHS course
offerings to address enrollment increase
Homework Club
GRANT FUNDING
INNOVATION AND CHANGE
Bolton Public Schools Professional Development
Common Core State Standards Curriculum
Development in All Content Areas
New Teacher Evaluation to Improve Teacher
Practice and Student Learning
ENROLLMENT FIGURES
Year
BCS PRE K - 5
BCS 6 - 8
BHS
Total
10/01/09
344
239
296
879
10/01/10
363
205
329
897
10/01/11
352
197
344
893
10/01/12
357
176
361
894
10/01/13
Projected
356
168
377
901
PROJECTED COLUMBIA ENROLLMENT
12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16
YEAR
58
62
69
55
Gr 9
20
40
40
35
Gr 10
18
20
40
40
Gr 11
16
18
20
40
Gr 12
17
16
18
20
Total
71
Columbia Enrollment in Grade 8
Projected/Estimated
Columbia Students at BHS
94 118 135
PROJECTED/ESTIMATED
COLUMBIA TUITION INCREASE
Year
20% Town General Fund
80% BHS Bond
Total
Projected for
2012 - 2013
$159,000
$636,000
$795,000
Estimated Increase from
12/13 to 13/14
$55,000
$221,000
$276,000
Estimated Total
for 2013 - 2014
$857,000
$1,071,000
$214,000
BUDGET PRIORITY #1
COMMON CORE STANDARDS
Curriculum Development, Materials,
and Teacher Training Pre K - 12
Full Day Kindergarten
BUDGET PRIORITY #2
BHS ENHANCEMENTS TO
SUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING
Add .4 FCS to address increased
enrollment/expand course offerings
Materials for increased BHS enrollment
BUDGET PRIORITY #3
NEW TEACHER EVALUATION TO
SUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING
Professional Development for
Administrators and Teachers
Technology to Support New Evaluation
System
CAPITAL PROPOSALS
SCHOOL
ITEM
COST
BPS
Technology Infrastructure – security cameras and other
security measures
$ 40,000.00
BCS
Office Updates
$ 24,000.00
BPS
Ball Field Conditioner
$ 11,000.00
BPS
High Lift Equipment
$ 13,000.00
BCS
Carpet Replacement – Asbestos Abatement K - 3
$ 120,000.00
$208,000.00
CRITICAL MOVING TARGETS
ECS
Education Cost Sharing Grant
Columbia Enrollment/Tuition
Health Insurance
BOLTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS: A RECORD
OF ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS
U.S. News and World Report ranked Bolton High
School in 2012 as one of America’s Best High
Schools.
Newsweek Magazine recognized Bolton High
School as one of the best 1,000 public high
schools in the nation and 9th in Connecticut.
BOLTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS: A RECORD
OF ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS
Connecticut Magazine, March 2012, rated
Bolton education 3rd out of 24 small towns.
Bolton Public Schools placed on 3rd Annual
College Board AP District Honor Roll.
SELECTED INDICATORS OF ACHIEVEMENT
CLASS OF 2012 ( 65 STUDENTS)
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2 AP Scholars with Honor
4 AP Scholars
Governor’s Scholar Finalist
U.S. Youth Senate
National Merit Finalist
6 National Merit Semi-Finalists
Capitol Region Inter-district Leadership Academy
COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES: MISSION IN ACTION
Year
# of
Students
Acceptances at
“Most Competitive Colleges”
Acceptances at
“Highly Competitive Colleges”
2008
59
12%
71%
2009
60
5%
60%
2010
62
8%
58%
2011
65
6%
69%
2012
65
5%
75%
BUDGET WORKSHOPS 2013
- Thursdays at 6:00 PM –
The Board of Education Office at BHS
January 17
January 24
January 31
BOLTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BUILDING INNOVATIVE, INFLUENTIAL
LEADERS TO CHANGE THE WORLD!

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