Special Education Budget Presentation FY 2014

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HINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
FY 2014 BUDGET PROPOSAL
FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM
January 17, 2013
SPECIAL EDUCATION
2100B, 2300B, 2350B,
2400B, 2700B, 2800B, 3300B, 9100B
FY 14 Proposed Budget
Special Education and VoTech
2100B
Sped Supervision
$204,300
$238,244
$242,314
4,070
2300B
Sped Instruction
$5,128,518
$5,457,819
$5,692,823
235,004
2350B
Sped Prof. Development
$10,700
$10,700
$9,900
-800
2400B
Sped Textbooks
$900
$900
$900
0
2700B
Sped Counseling
$372,524
$388,316
$403,720
15,404
2800B
Sped Psychological Services
$196,285
$231,753
$245,277
13,524
3300B
Sped Transportation
$559,305
$627,287
$569,553
-57,734
9100B
Sped Prog w/other Districts
$2,977,918
$3,543,599
$3,400,388
-143,211
Total Special Education
$9,450,450
$10,498,618
$10,564,875
$66,256
3300E
Vocational Transportation
$10,400
$10,400
$10,400
0
9100E
Vocational Tuition
$62,100
$135,108
$127,892
-7,216
$72,500
$145,508
$138,292
-$7,216
-4.96%
$38,434,395
$40,567,321
$42,568,038
$2,000,718
4.93%
Total Votech
Total Proposed Budget
0.63%
FY 2014 ADMINISTRATION - PROPOSED BUDGET
“AT A GLANCE”
Regular Education $31,864,872
( + 6.49 % from FY ‘13)
Special Education
$10,564,875
( + 0.63 % from FY ‘13)
Vocational Education $138,292
( - 4.96 % from FY ’13)
Combined Budgets $42,568,038
( + 4.93 % from FY ‘13)
Proposed FY 14 School Budget By
Program Area
Regular Instruction,
21,770,528.979, 51%
Special Education,
10,564,875, 25%
Vocational Education,
138,292, 0%
Athletics and Student
Activities, 698,931,
2%
School Committee
and Central Office,
914,805, 2%
Regular
Transportation,
1,286,998, 3%
Custodial, Main't
& Utilities,
Principals Offices, 3,444,151, 8%
1,965,454, 5%
Counseling & Health
Services, 1,784,005,
SPECIAL EDUCATION BUDGET AS % OF TOTAL SCHOOL
OPERATING BUDGET - FY ’98 TO FY ’14
Fiscal Year
% of Total Operating
Circuit Breaker
FY 98
15.7%
FY 99
16.8%
FY 00
17.8%
FY 01
17.1%
FY 02
17.7%
FY 03
19.0%
FY 04
20.1%
$125,804
FY 05
20.9%
150,000
FY 06
20.6%
589,384
FY 07
20.6%
556,912
FY 08
22.5%
641,777
FY 09
23.3%
607,366
FY 10
23.3%
845,081
FY 11
21.5%
513,039
FY 12
24.6%
438,670
FY 13
25.9%
767,625
FY 14
24.8%
$777,118
Budget figures
are net of grants
and offsets,
including Circuit
Breaker.
VoTech, 138,292, 0%
Facilities and
Operations, 3,444,151,
8%
Health And Student
Activities, 1,191,031, 3%
Sch Committee and
Admin, 1,130,541, 3%
Special Ed, 10,564,875,
25%
Regular Ed, 26,099,149,
61%
2013-2014 Proposed Budget By Function
FY 14 Budget Budget Offsets
(Gross and Net Budget)
Gross Special Ed Spending
Grants
IDEA
ECC
CB
Tuition Revolving
Other Revolving SSEC/Grant
Total Offsets
Net Spending - Special Ed
Gross Regular Ed Spending
Revenue Offsets
Athletics
Middle School Activity
Field Revolving Account
Building Revolving Account
Kids In Action
Drivers Ed
Continuing Ed
Other (Drama, Student Parking)
Cable Grant
Total Offsets
Net Spending Regular Ed
Total Offsets v ia Grants/Fees
and Receipts
Budget
2011-2012
11,032,854
-808,244
-13,490
-438,670
-257,000
-65,000
-1,582,404
Proposed
Budget
Budget
2012-2013
2013-2014
12,268,184 12,473,748
-783,951
-13,490
-767,625
-200,000
-4,500
-1,769,566
-825,265
-13,490
-777,118
-250,000
-43,000
-1,908,873
9,450,450
10,498,618 10,564,875
29,370,996
30,367,784 32,324,925
-233,250
-60,000
-66,000
-33,850
0
-10,000
-10,000
-13,000
-33,451
-459,551
28,911,445
-2,041,955
-224,000
-53,789
-66,500
-23,850
-10,000
-10,000
-10,000
-13,000
-33,451
-444,590
-260,000
-64,949
-76,500
-7,500
0
-10,000
-10,000
-13,000
-18,104
-460,053
29,923,194 31,864,872
-2,214,156
-2,368,926
2,366,685, 6%
1,141,945, 3%
959,546, 2%
217,926, 0%
3,528,280, 8%
Personnel
Tuitions (Net of CB)
Contracted Services
Heating, Electric, Utilities
34,353,657, 81%
Text, Equipment
Other
FY 2014 PROPOSED BUDGET BY CATEGORY
SPECIAL EDUCATION ENROLLMENT
January 2013 “Snapshot”
By Level (In + Out of District)
By Building
Pre-K
Elem. K-5
MS 6-8
HS 9-12+
35 + 2
211 + 16 + (1#)
150 + 15 + (2#)
152 + 29 + (3#)
TOTALS
548 + 62 + (6#)
EAST
FOSTER
PRS
SOUTH
MS
HS
60 K-5 + 35 PK
55 K-5
54 K-5
42 K-5
150 6-8
147+5 9-12+
TOTAL
548
610
# NON-SPED PRIVATE SCHOOL, BUT SERVICE
ELIGIBLE
Object 4 covers covers specialized contracted services including services in the following
areas: hearing impairment, visual impairment, behavioral intervention (including parent
training and home services), life skills training related to intellectual impairment and
Autism, major medical or health disorders, out-of district liaison services, specialized
equipment, repair and maintenance of individually designed equipment. This is an area
of increased costs. There is an increase of $58,132 in this object (partially offset by
$37,368 more from IDEA). Costs for purchase, updating, and repair of new technology
resources continue to escalate.
Objects 5 and 6 are level funded.
TOTAL: $5,692,823 Increase: 4.31%
FY2014 - Special Education Staffing
FTEs under 2300 B
3.0 Pre-K (E) 3.0 Ext K. (E,S)
4.O Foster (K-5) 4.0 PRS* (K-5)
4.0 East (K-5) 4.0 South (K-5)
7.0 MS (6-8) 7.0 HS (9-12+)
5.0 Speech/Lang.** (see CS)
2.0 Occup. Therapy
5.8 Reading
Support
Para-educators, tutors,
building clerical (hourly)
(* includes 1.0 new)
FTEs in other functions
2100B Director 1.0
2100B C.O. Clerical 1.85
2700B Elem. Psych./Chairs (4.0)
2700B E. Childhood Coord. (.7)
2800B Sec. Psychologists (2.5)
Contracted Services (CS)
English Support Tutor, ASL
Interpreter (2), Phys. Ther.(1),
ABA Spec.( PT), O of D Coord.
(PT), **Sp./Lang. (PT)
Function 2400 B: SPECIAL EDUCATION TEXTBOOKS
This Function includes modified and specialized textbooks and software that
correspond to children’s individual needs and specialized testing materials.
General text materials for special education students are included in the
regular education budget
Object 5 covers specialized supplies and materials unique to individual
children’s specific disabilities (ex. expanded visual text, specialized scanners
and language producing software for children with visual impairments, and
augmented auditory computer-driven speaking program software).
This budget Object has not risen significantly and is level funded because the
district has taken advantage of past grant funding to develop a repertoire of
software licenses for recording for blind and dyslexic students at the
elementary and secondary levels. Some parents have also chosen to
individually purchase software and the CD hardware that can be primarily
used at home. Word processing documents can be easily emailed to school or
carried via flash drives. Advanced technology has helped in this area.
TOTAL: $900 Increase: 0.00%
Function 2800 B: SECONDARY SPECIAL EDUCATION
PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES
Object 1 includes the salaries of the now three secondary special education
chairpersons/school psychologists, one (,5 FTE) hired in Summer 2012. The
increase reflects the new person and HEA contractual benefits
Object 4 reflects evaluation services that are contracted for outside the school
district, including specialized testing and funding for parent requested
independent educational evaluations. This Object is budgeted at anticipated
cost.
Object 5 includes the anticipated cost of supplies and accommodated materials
for MCAS testing in accordance with MCAS guidelines for special education,
three-year psycho-educational evaluations and accommodated learning
materials. It is presently level funded.
TOTAL: $245,277 Increase: 5.84%
2,366,685, 6%
1,141,945, 3%
959,546, 2%
217,926, 0%
Personnel
3,528,280, 8%
Tuitions (Net of CB)
Contracted Services
34,353,657, 81%
Heating, Electric,
Utilities
Text, Equipment
Other
FY 2014 PROPOSED BUDGET BY CATEGORY
Function 9100 B: SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS WITH
OTHER DISTRICTS (OUT-OF-DISTRICT TUITIONS)
Other Public Districts
(Scituate and Braintree)
Collaborative Programs
(SSEC + Other)
Special Education in
Institutional Settings
Private Day School
5
26 +10 = 36
2
12
Private Residential
11
Total Budgeted for
September, 2013
Actual Budgeted as of
January 1, 2013
66
62
· The currently proposed budget includes several tuitions for students
whose placements are pending or under discussion. It may be possible
to reduce this allowance as on-going discussions are resolved.
Out of District *Tuitions
(2013-2014, projected for 66 students)
Type of School
*Tuition Range
Private Day Schools (12)
$ 40,492
to
$ 106,000
Private Residential Schools (11)
$ 69,812
to
$ 213,570
SEIS (Public) Residential (2)
Deducted from Chapter 70
Other Public Schools (5)
$ 32,270
to
$ 42,700
South Shore Educ. Collab. (26)
$ 32,270
to
$ 56,120
Other Local Collaboratives (10)
$ 29,750
to
$ 56,650
*Tuitions include known increases and
projections for OSD requested increases.
Some tuitions are for year-round services.
SEIS - Special Education in Institutional
Settings(add’ services only)
OSD – Operational Services Division
NEXT STEPS
• School Committee’s initial discussions and
prioritizing of requests (January 24)
• Presentation to Joint Meeting of Selectmen and
AdCom (January 31)
• Formal Public Hearing on Budgets (February 11)
• School Committee adoption of its budgets
(February 11 or later)
• Selectmen and AdCom vote on budgets to be
recommended to Town Meeting (TBD)
• Town Meeting vote on Article 6 -Town Budgets
(April 22)

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