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					Manteca Unified School District
         45 Day Revise
          Sept 9, 2003
2002-03 Proposition 98 Funding
The Shrinking 2002-03 Minimum Funding
                 Level
                   $2.42 B cut by
     $46.48 B      SBX1 18
                                    $162 M cut by
                                    SBX1 28           $80 M cut by
                      $44.06 B                        SB 1040            This is level
                                                                         carried into
                                           $43.90 B        $43.82 B      2003-04




  September 2002      March 2003           May 2003      June 30, 2003
    2003-04 Proposition 98 Funding per ADA
• Per the Governor:
                              $6,887
                $6,624                  Increase of
                                        $263 or 4.0%




                2002-03       2003-04
 2003-04 Proposition 98 Funding per ADA
• What the Governor isn’t showing:
                           $7,067    $7,067
        $443 per ADA cut                       Still $180 per
       from State Budget                       ADA below
              as adopted             $6,887    2002-03 Adopted
                                               Budget Level
                           $6,624




                           2002-03   2003-04
  2003-04 Proposition 98 Funding per ADA
• Deferrals and reappropriations of prior year unspent Proposition
  98 funds really cloud funding picture

2002-03                                         Amount per ADA
  Prop 98 funding per ADA                            $6,624
  Less: Pay for deferral from 2001-02                 <$198>
  Plus: Amount deferred into 2003-04                   $321
  Plus: Amount from prior years                         $96
  Net: Adjusted 2002-03 Prop. 98 per ADA             $6,843
2003-04
  Prop 98 funding per ADA                            $6,887
  Less: Pay for deferrals from 2002-03                <$321>
  Plus: Amount deferred into 2004-05                   $182
  Net: Adjusted 2003-04 Prop 98 per ADA              $6,748
          Decline of $95 per ADA, or 1.4%!
  2003-04 K-12 Revenue Limits
                          1.86%            3.002%
                        Inflation          Deficit
                        Increase
                                                            1.20% Cut for
                                                            Average District
        2002-03
        Funded                             2003-04
        Revenue                            Funded
         Limit                             Revenue
                                            Limit

      2002-03 Base    2003-04 Base      2003-04 Base
      Revenue Limit   Revenue Limit   Revenue Limit After
                                           Deficit

• Impact of deficit depends on district-specific
  revenue limit
                Schools Get Less
• Compared with typical year of funded COLA
  and no deficit, loss in funding is:


                              Revenue    Combined
                  Loss of
                             Limit Cut      Cut
                  COLA
                             (Average)   (Average)
  Elementary         <$85>       <$55>     <$140>
  High School       <$102>       <$66>     <$168>
  Unified            <$88>       <$57>     <$145>
   So what does this mean for us?

Manteca Day funding
Cut
No other major changes
we didn’t expect or
plan for.
                   Enrollment
2000

1500

1000

500

   0
                       ENROLLMENT

   K   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   SD

                         22,412
               296 students above projection
•   Class size 4-12
                                        Budget Cuts
•   Elimination of 9th Grade CSR
•   Reduction of Bussing due to WHS opening
•   Reduction in Data Processing Costs
•   Reduction in staff development budget
•   Restructure in Reading Recovery
•   Reduction in Warehouse inventory
•   Elimination of Buy Back Day encroachment                                   didn’t save 1st day, in negotiations
•   Elimination of Board Packets to the Public
•   Early Retirement Incentives
•   Elimination of Asst. Supt. Ed Services for 1 year
•   Elimination of Dir. Personnel Services for 1 year
•   Not heating pools from October – February
•   Elimination of General Fund Out-of-State Recruiting
•   Shift in Food Services costs to Food Service
•   Reduction in Block Grant funding by 5% and restricting conferences
•   Reduction in School Site Budgets by 5%
•   Reduction in Operational Budgets by 5%
•   Elimination of Public Relations Officer and materials
•   Reduction in Busing by enforcing current busing policies – point to point               Board Delayed
•   Reduction in School Site Clerical Support, Custodial and growth positions
•   Not fill General Funded Program Coordinator Positions
•   Recapture of all Ending Balance Carry-overs allowable by law                            didn’t capture projection
•   Reduction in Utilities                                                                  not saved any yet
•   Administrative Reorganization
•   Installation of a bus wash rack                                                         not installed yet
•   Limit Activity Bus to Weston Ranch
•   Eliminate Truancy Officer Contract
•   Bus leases, flu shots, cards for staff, Supt’s Health Benefits, drug screening
                  Budget Adds
•   Growth Teachers – 30 + 6 more for new Growth
•   Weston Ranch HS Staffing (6.77 FTE)
•   Komure/Great Valley VP’s
•   Step and Column increases for Staff
•   Raises for Staff from (2002-2003)
•   Growth Expenses for Supplies/Materials
•   Increases in Property Insurance
•   Increases in Utilities for new schools
•   Repayment on Attendance Error
•   Lease Payment on 2 replacement Buses
•   Lease Payment on Equipment Replacement
•   Increased fuel costs
•   Increased Legal Expenses
•   Increased Postage costs for student growth
                         $0.66 Instruction                                    $0.03 Admin               $0.02 Misc
                                                                                                Utilities,
                                                                                                Insurance,
                                                        Instructional Aides, Library,
                                                                                                Maintenance,
                                                        Speech, Psychs, Health Svcs,
                                                                                                Security,
                                                        Transportation, Guidance
                                                                                                Facilities




                                                                                        Admin                  Debt,
Classroom Instruction, Regular Ed, Special Ed
                                                                                          &                    County
                                                                                        Board                  Svcs.

                                                $0.20 Instructional Support                     $0.09 Operations

				
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