Transfer from other sources 2013/2014

Report
2012-2013
SAINT AUGUSTINE SCHOOL
END OF THE YEAR REPORT
MISSION AND VISION
St. Augustine School Mission Statement (March, 2013)
St. Augustine parish school exists to build a strong spiritual and
academic foundation for our students. With the guidance of the Holy
Spirit, the teachings of Jesus Christ and in partnership with the parish
community and school families, we seek to foster spiritual
development, creative problem solving, and academic excellence. This
will prepare our graduates to live their faith as lifelong learners and
Christian stewards in our global society.
Vision Statement (March, 2013)
St. Augustine Catholic School is called to provide a community of faith,
an awareness of social justice, and a strong academic foundation
through prayer and the teachings of Jesus Christ. As stewards of
Catholic education, St. Augustine School leads the way to a just, life
giving and limitless future.
SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PLAN
QAC- Quality Assurance Committee
We are scheduled for our QAC visit on Oct. 15-16
Standards for Visit
1.
Vision and Purpose
2.
Governance and Leadership
3.
Teaching and Learning
4.
Documenting and Using Results
5.
Resource and Support Systems
6.
Stakeholder Communication and Relationships
7.
Commitment to Continuous Improvement
8.
Catholic Identity
SPRING 2013-TERRA
NOVA RESULTS
Grade 3
Reading
Composite
Language
Composite
Math
Composite
4.2
4.8
4.1
4.4
5.8
4.8
3.7
60
67
68
65
81
74
51
Grade
Mean
Equivalent
National
Percentage
Of Mean
NCE
Total
Score
Grade 5
Reading
Composite
Grade Mean
Equivalent
National
Percentage
Of Mean
NCE
Grade 7
Grade
Mean
Equivalent
National
Percentage
Of Mean
NCE
Reading
Composite
Language
Composite
Science
Math
Composite
Social
Studies
Language
Composite
Spelling
Math
Composite
Total
Score
Science
Social
Studies
Spelling
6.5
6.1
5.6
6.0
6.7
7.0
5.5
56
52
50
53
58
61
48
Social
Studies
Spelling
Total
Score
Science
8.6
8.7
7.8
8.8
8.4
9.4
8.4
58
57
49
59
58
60
56
ARCHDIOCESE OF
LOUISVILLE TERRA
NOVA RESULTS
Reading
Grade 3
Grade 5
Grade 7
Reading
63
60
63
Vocabulary
64
62
58
COMPOSITE
66
62
62
Language
Grade 3
Grade 5
Grade 7
Language
63
60
65
Mechanics
67
63
65
COMPOSITE
66
63
66
Mathematics
Grade 3
Grade 5
Grade 7
Mathematics
66
61
64
Computation
65
60
66
COMPOSITE
67
61
67
2012-2013 ACADEMIC
SUCCESSES
Book Bee
Geography Bee
Science Fair
4H speeches
Spelling Bee
WHAT A YEAR!
• We added a Pre-K 3 classroom!
• Our enrollment is up to 188 students Pk-8!
• We purchased a bus to transport students from Taylor
county to St. A!
• We had a tremendously successful: Turkey Social-Spring
Fling-Art Show-School Play and more!
• Our cafeteria is ranked #1 for student participation in the
Archdiocese of Louisville!
• Our 8th graders received Confirmation and our 2nd graders
received First Holy Communion!
MIDDLE SCHOOL
MATH
Starting the 2013-2014 school year
8th grade math:
Test count 70%
Final at end of year counts 20%
Homework Counts 10%
The final at the end of the year is made by the ACT company and
is taken online. The final will cover everything learned through
out the year.
To receive high school credit for Algebra I, students must have
an overall average of 85% or better.
This grading policy is used by all Marion County 8th graders
and freshman taking Algebra I.
SERVICE TO OTHERS
• SCN MISSIONS
• The Caring Place
• Hope Pregnancy Center of Taylor County
• The Food Bank
• The Duffy Family
• St. Baldrick’s
FR. BILL
.
OUR CATHOLIC POPULATION
St. Augustine School serves the Catholic
population in Marion County and Taylor County.
Marion Co. - 2,500 households, 7 parishes
Taylor Co. – 290 households, 2 parishes
Approximately 2,800 Catholic households
MARION COUNTY
POPULATION
Population change from 2000-2010: 8.8%
Number of people in 2011:
Number of households: 7,135.
19,820
MARION COUNTY
DIVERSITY
88.1% white persons
8.1 % black persons
2.4% Hispanic or Latino persons
1.7% persons reporting two or more races
.6% Asian persons
.2% American Indian and Alaska Native
GOOD NEWS FOR
CENTRAL KENTUCKY
We have good news to share with all the people of
Central Kentucky.
We have a mission:
To bring people to a saving and sacramental
relationship with Jesus Christ.
To grow in holiness.
To grow in knowledge of our faith
WHY CATHOLIC
EDUCATION?
There has probably never been a tougher
time to be a parent, which is why there's never been a
better time to choose St. Augustine Catholic School.
"Community is at the heart of all Catholic education, not simply as a concept to be taught,
but as a reality to be lived . . . Your students will learn to understand and appreciate the
value of community as they experience love, trust, and loyalty in your school and
educational programs, and as they learn to trust all persons as brothers and sisters
created by God and redeemed by Christ."
Pope John Paul II
When parents choose a Catholic School for their children, it sets
their children apart as a family so committed to their children's
education that they are ready to make extraordinary sacrifices.
Parents, by making the sacrifice necessary to send their children to
Catholic school, show them education is a high priority. Catholic
schools provide a loving, loyal environment where the entire
community of parents, teachers, students, and parish is committed
to academic and personal success.
2012-2013
FINANCIALS
St. Augustine School Income Budget 2012/2013
$350,000.00
$300,000.00
$250,000.00
$200,000.00
$150,000.00
$100,000.00
$50,000.00
$0.00
TRANSFERS
Transfers from other sources 2012/2013
$140,000.00
$120,000.00
$100,000.00
$80,000.00
$60,000.00
$40,000.00
$20,000.00
$0.00
2013-2014
St. Augustine School Income Budget 2013/2014
$400,000.00
$350,000.00
$300,000.00
$250,000.00
$200,000.00
$150,000.00
$100,000.00
$50,000.00
$0.00
2013-2014
TRANSFERS
Transfer from other sources 2013/2014
$120,000.00
$100,000.00
$80,000.00
$60,000.00
$40,000.00
$20,000.00
$0.00
2012/2013 and 2013/2014 Budget Comparisons
INCOME:
2012/2013
2013/2014
Tuition & Fees
330,733
340,408
Rental Income
25,200
31,000
Annual Fund
20,000
After School Fees
16,000
16,800
Auxiliary & Program
59,048
33,595
Transfers
295,200
376,109
TOTAL INCOME:
746,181
797,912
TRANSFERS:
Parish subsidy
2012/2013
-
2013/2014
110,000
112,000
26,500
30,500
1,200
1,200
Gifts from God-Interest
12,500
5,000
Gifts from God-Principal
120,000
87,000
25,000
50,000
-
90,409
295,200
376,109
Fall Social
Boosters
PTO & Scrip
Freewill donations
TOTAL TRANSFERS
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
NEEDED FOR EACH CHILD
2013-2014 school year
167 children enrolled
Actual cost per child for 2013-2014
Less Tuition & fees one child
$4,778
($2,150)
$2,628
Less Parish Subsidy per child
($660)
$1,968
Less Fall Social, PTO, Scrip
($220)
$1,748
Less Gifts from God Prin. & Inter.
($550)
$1,198
Less rental property & aux. income
($386)
$ 812
Free will Offerings needed per child
($812)
$
0
STEPPING STONE TO SUCCESS
#1
PRAYER
“Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it.”
I make a personal commitment to prayer as an essential
support for the future of our school ministry.
•Mass each Sunday
•Daily Mass (rosary @ 6:30 a.m., Mass @ 7 a.m.)
•Daily family prayer
•Personal devotional prayer
Pray for our school ministry – every day!!!
STEPPING STONE TO
SUCCESS #2
FAITHFUL STEWARDSHIP: TIME & TALENT
Turkey Social:
Volunteer at the social…. OR …… donate $100.
Choose AT LEAST THREE activities to support our school
ministry.
Room Parent, Book Fair, PTO committee member, Scrip
Card Sales, etc.
YOU ARE ST. A.!!! You are needed and wanted.
STEPPING STONE TO
SUCCESS #3
FAITHFUL STEWARDSHIP: TREASURE
“Give and gifts will be given to you;
a good measure, packed together, shaken down,
and overflowing, will be poured into your lap.”
Tithing and free will donations help all our ministries,
including our school ministry. Plan to give generously.
Median Marion Co. income = $37,488
5% gift to parish = $1,800.00
5% gift to other charities = $1,800.00
WHAT IF WE ALL GAVE
LIKE THAT?
St. Augustine has approximately 1000 registered households.
$1,800 annual tithe at the median household income
X 1000 households registered in the parish
= 1.8 million dollars in tithing at 5%.
(our 2013-2014 budget anticipates $560,000 in tithing)
What is my potential for free will donations in support of the
school ministry?
ADDITIONAL
REVENUE SOURCES
Scrip Cards – a “no brainer”
Use and re-use those Scrip Cards for groceries and gas.
REVENUE POTENTIAL
Groceries & Gas = $100/week X 52 weeks = $5,200
@ 4% back to the parish = $208
100 households =$20,800
500 households =$104,000
REVENUE REALITY
2012-2013 fiscal year: $8,583.00
What is my potential for school ministry revenue
through Scrip Cards?????
EARLY REGISTRATION
Early Registration for 2013-2014
PK3-8
PK4-17
K-21
1-12
2-20
3-10
4-16
5-10
6-20
7-13
8-20
Total Early Enrollment-167
2013-2014
STAFFING MODEL
PK3 –Hope Dougherty PK4 – Chasity Smith (PK Director)
K-Cindy Bland
3/4-Lenae Thompson
1-Gina Carter
2-April Hammond
4/5-Nancy Higdon
6-Rebekah Gabbart- Math. 6-8; Social Studies 6-8
7-Ann Edelen- Science & Tech 6- 8; Science 3-5
8-Mollie Bystrek- 6-8 Religion; 6-8 Literature
Writing Teacher-6-8; Librarian 6-8
Renee Spalding- P.E. K-8; Tech, K-5.
Amanda Whitlock- Art K-5;
Diane Thomas- Library K-5
Sugar Hamilton –PRINCIPAL -Music K- 8; Art 6-8; Drama 8
2013-2014
CONTINUED SUCCESS
•
New PTO Officers-Farrah Mattingly and YOU
•
Turkey Social Chairs-Erin Bland-Jeremy Bowman
2013-2014 SAC
•
Linda Gordon – Chair
•
Stephanie Thompson – Vice Chair
•
Jennifer Mullins – Secretary
•
Trista Wheatley
•
Bill Adams
•
Eric Lanz
•
Irene Ballard
•
Roy Palagi
•
Miss Hamilton
•
Father Bowling
SCHOOL FAMILIES
YOU are our best evangelists!
Share your love of St. Augustine School wherever you go!
The End

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