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					White Plains City School District

    Proposed 2010-2011 Budget
         Non-Instructional Budget
•   General Support
•   Transportation
•   Employee benefits
•   Debt Service
•   Transfers to Special Aid Fund
                The Challenge
• Most Difficult Period for Preparing the School Budget
• District Sensitive to the impact of the National and
  Regional Economy on the Community
• District Must Provide Learners With the Resources
  and Instruction Necessary to be Successful in a
  Global Economy
• Balance Program Cost with Community Needs and
  Expectations
           Budget Philosophy

• Recognize the Mandated Increases

• Identify Cost Savings and Reductions

• Overall Budget at 0% or Budget Decrease
General Support Budget
                              2009-2010       2010-2011   % CHG


Board of Education        $   153,344     $     145,156    -5.3%
Chief Administrator       $   514,326     $     321,820   -37.4%
Finance                   $ 1,787,272     $ 1,550,737     -13.2%
General Legal             $   345,000     $     315,000    -8.7%
Personnel                 $   674,929     $     659,754    -2.2%
Records Management        $    19,500     $     20,110     3.1%
Public Information        $   142,650     $     90,250    -36.7%
Facilities & Operations   $ 10,899,424    $ 10,817,030     -0.8%
Print/Postage/Copying     $   228,118     $     269,535   18.2%
Admin Data Processing     $   600,000     $     675,000   12.5%

Gen Ins/Dues/BOCES        $ 1,891,734     $ 1,979,861      4.7%


General Support Total     $ 17,256,297    $ 16,844,253     -2.4%
            Board of Education
• Budget of $145,156 a decrease of $8,188

• Includes: Board of Education
            District Clerk
            District Meeting

• Funding for BoardDocs software of $13,000
      Chief School Administrator
• Budget of $321,820 a decrease of $192,506

• Includes: Superintendent’s Office

• Reduction of 1.0 FTE in Staffing
• Environmental Safety reallocated to Facilities &
  Operations
                     Finance
• Budget of $1,550,737 a decrease of $236,535

• Includes: Business Administration, Auditing,
  Treasurer, Tax Collector, and Purchasing

• Reduction of 1.0 FTE in Staffing
• Elimination of Contingency funds
• Payment of $40,000 to City of White Plains
                 General Legal
• Budget of $315,000 a decrease of $30,000

• Includes: Legal, Contract Administration, and
  Negotiations

• No Significant Changes
                    Personnel
• Budget of $659,754 a decrease of $15,175

• Includes: Human Resource Office

• Reduction of 1.0 FTE in Staffing
• District wide staff training
          Records Management
• Budget of $20,110 an increase of $610

• Includes: Record Retention and Disposition

• No Significant Changes
             Public Information
• Budget of $90,250 a decrease of $52,400

• Includes: Public Information Services

• Greater use of website versus print materials
          Facilities & Operations
• Budget of $10,817,030 a decrease of $82,394

• Includes: Maintenance of 11 buildings, 1,365,381 sq.
  ft. and 162.9 acres of property

• Reduction of 3.0 FTE in Staffing & $50,000 overtime
• Deferral of equipment & maintenance projects
• Utilities – Energy Performance Contract
     Central Printing and Mailing
• Budget of $269,535 an increase of $41,417

• Includes: District wide Printing, Postage and Copying

• Transition to a BOCES Service (BOCES Aidable)
• Moving toward more centralization to save dollars
         Central Data Processing
• Budget of $675,000 an increase of $75,000

• Includes: Administrative technology services such as
  Infinite Campus, Connect Ed, Data Warehousing,
  hardware and software systems

• BOCES Services (BOCES Aidable)
         Undistributed Expenses
• Budget of $1,979,861 an increase of $88,127

• Includes: Insurance, School Association Dues, Water,
  BOCES Admin & Capital Charges, and MTA Tax

• Property Insurance Increase
• BOCES Retirement Health Insurance
• Tax Certiorari Refunds
                Transportation
• Budget of $8,790,085 a decrease of $529,742

• Includes: Transportation Office, Contract with White
  Plain Bus (Daily ridership of 4,412), Program, Sports
  and Field Trips.

• Elimination of Fuel Allowance
• Reduction of Program and Sports Trips
• Elimination of General Field Trips
Employee Benefits Budget
                                   2009-2010       2010-2011   % CHG
 Employees Retirement          $ 1,218,355     $ 1,785,000      46.5%
 Teachers Retirement           $ 7,030,535     $ 9,010,000      28.2%
 Social Security               $ 7,252,895     $ 7,275,000       0.3%
 Workers' Compensation         $    545,000    $    545,000      0.0%
 Life & Disability Insurance   $     95,000    $     95,000      0.0%
 Unemployment Insurance        $     75,000    $    200,000    166.7%
 Health Insurance              $ 21,468,000    $ 20,530,000     -4.4%
 Dental Insurance              $    590,000    $    600,000      1.7%
 Health Insurance Waiver       $ 1,050,000     $ 1,000,000      -4.8%
 Welfare Fund                  $    953,050    $    950,000     -0.3%

 Personal Property Loss        $     10,000    $     10,000      0.0%
 Employee Benefits Total       $ 40,287,835    $ 42,000,000      4.2%
              Employee Benefits
• Budget of $42,000,000 an increase of $1,712,165

• Includes: All Employee Benefits for School Employees

•   Negotiated Employee Benefits
•   ERS & TRS Mandated State Increases
•   Increased Unemployment Costs
•   Major Changes in Health Insurance
               Health Insurance
• Budget of $20,530,000 a decrease of $938,000

• Employee Contract Changes
   – Increase in Health Net Co-pay
   – Elimination of High Cost Plan
   – Increased Employee Share Participation
• SWSCHP rate decrease of 11%
• Health Net & HIP rate increase of 10%
                 Debt Service
• Budget of $11,871,324 a decrease of $546,422

• Includes: Capital Project and Tax Cert Bond Financing

• 2006 Capital Project Financing Complete
• Refinanced 2000 High School Capital Project Debt
• No projected financing in 2010-2011
      Transfer to Special Aid Fund
• Budget of $430,000 a decrease of $60,947

• Includes: District Share of Summer Special Education
  Services and District Share of Universal PreK Program

• District required to pay 20% of Summer Special
  Education Services
• State only pays for part of Universal PreK Program
 Non-Instructional Budget

                              2009-2010        2010-2011    % CHG
General Support           $ 17,256,297     $ 16,844,253      -2.4%


Transportation            $    9,319,827   $    8,790,085    -5.7%
Employee Benefits         $ 40,287,835     $ 42,000,000      4.2%
Debt Service              $ 12,417,746     $ 11,871,324      -4.4%

Transfer to Special Aid   $     490,947    $     430,000    -12.4%
Non-Instructional Total   $ 79,772,652     $ 79,935,662      0.2%
       2010-2011 Budget Calendar
•   February 8th – Instructional Budget Part 1
•   March 8th – Instructional Budget Part 2 & Revenue
•   March 22nd – Public Hearing on Proposed Budget
•   April 12th - Board of Education Adopts Budget
•   May 10th – Public Hearing on Adopted Budget
•   May 18th – Budget Vote
Non-Instructional Budget



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