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									                                                                    Curriculum - Budget (Unit C)
                                                                             Line Item Narratives

 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)                  2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                           Budget
C-1     Curriculum Office - S & B= $669,195                                                  $200,144 Increase (BC)                    $869,339
        Salary and benefits for the Curriculum and Instruction staff. The Curriculum         Moved funding source for some staff
        Office works with schools to identify and provide instructional materials            who were funded in I728, Math/Science,
        linked directly to the learning requirements, staff development aligned to           or Title II. Reduce administrator salary.
        student learning needs, and support tied to courses, content and programs.
C-2     Curriculum Office - Operating Costs = $41,027                                        ($2,051) Decrease (BC)                  $38,976
        The base includes a minimum for supplies, materials, travel and capital              Reduction of 5% in NERCS
        outlay budgets for the offices. Included in this are purchase of office
        supplies, contractual agreements, some memberships and registrations,
        extra clerical hours during times of need, and repair/purchase of office
        equipment.
C-3     LSC Office S & B = $163,513                                                          ($15,720) Decrease (BC)                 $145,781
        Salary and benefits for Library Services support staff which provides support        Reduce salary and benefits for LSC
        to school library staff.                                                             staff.
C-4     LSC Office - Operating Costs = $13,149                                               ($657) Decrease (BC)                    $12,492
        Provides technical support and services to district libraries, enabling library      Reduction of 5% in NERCS
        staff to devote their time to direct contact with students. These funds are
        used to manage the library software program, purchase library cataloging
        and processing supplies, and to provide school libraries with AV
        support/supplies. In addition, a small amount is set aside to cover printing
        and travel.
C-5     Library S & B = $2,316,045                                                           $0                                      $2,249,075
        Includes salaries and benefits for 1 Librarian at each elementary and junior
        high schools, 1.4 Librarians at CK High School, 1.2 at Olympic High School
        and 1.0 at Klahowya Secondary School, 5.5 hours classified Library Clerks
        at elementary schools, 7.0 hours at junior high schools, and 14 hours at high
        schools. Note: Processing of library materials is done centrally at the
        District's Library Services Center (LSC).
C-6     Library - Operating Costs = $153,481                                                 ($42,057) Decrease (OA)                   $103,750
        Supports and enhances the Essential Learnings and GLEs by providing                  ($7,674) Decrease (BC)
        resources, personnel and training. The operating costs amounts per student           Reduction of 5% NERCS in for budget
        are $8.99/elementary, $9.25/junior high, and $9.50/senior high. Funds are            changes. Operating adjustment is the
        used to purchase instructional materials in a variety of formats, library            elimination of one-year state funding for
        supplies, postage for overdue notices, and professional development.                 libraries.




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                                                                    Curriculum - Budget (Unit C)
                                                                             Line Item Narratives

 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)               2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                        Budget
C-7     A-V Equipment Repair = $15,250                                                       ($7,000) Decrease (BC)               $8,250
        Includes District-wide contracts for AV and laminator equipment repair and           Reduce repair budget by 46%.
        maintenance.
C-8     Health Services - Hearing Screening = $14,827                                        $0                                   $14,221
        Funds the services of a certified audiologist to perform the state mandated
        hearing screenings and follow-up.
C-9     Health Services - Clerical Support = $41,779                                         $0                                   $42,629
        Provides the necessary clerical support for the Health Services office to
        process student health records and the necessary related correspondence
        in this office. This staff person also assists with state mandated screenings.
C-10    Health Services Operating Costs = $6,093                                             ($305) Decrease (BC)                 $5,788
        Provides for the provision of needed health supplies for the school health           Reduction of 5% in NERCS
        clinics, i.e., bandages, gauze, ice packs, rubber gloves, etc.
C-11    Health Services - Nurses Contract = $316,115                                         $0                                   $316,115
        Provides for 5.4 FTE nurses to provide the necessary and required health
        screenings as well as day-to-day health care services. Establishes an
        approximate ratio of nurses to students of 1:2200. This level of service
        typically provides nurse coverage of 1 day/week to elementary schools and
        1.5 days/week to secondary schools.
C-12    Staff Development = $61,400                                                          $0                                   $61,400
        Curriculum and Instruction coordinates required staff training opportunities
        targeted to serve District-wide academic needs, and specific to individual
        school improvement efforts. Staff Development is offered throughout the
        year and during summer institute, Curriculum day, and District approved
        days (LID, Curriculum CPT).
C-13    Instructional Materials = $624,695                                                   ($328,500) Decrease (BC)              $296,195
        Textbooks and supplemental materials, Instructional materials, and specific          Delay some adoptions slowing down the
        support for Essential Learnings implementation and GLE alignment. This               adoption process for instructional
        budget is primarily used for school year and semester start-up costs.                materials.
C-14    Elementary Science Kits = $100,134                                                   ($13,134) Decrease (BC)               $87,000
        Each K classroom uses two different FOSS kits, 1-2 classrooms uses three             Reduce 4 hour classified position.
        different Foss kits per year and grades 3-6 use four different FOSS kits per
        year. Includes all instructional materials, restocking of consumable
        materials, and delivery to buildings. Includes salary and benefits for .3 cert
        FTE and 1.0 class FTE.




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                                                                    Curriculum - Budget (Unit C)
                                                                             Line Item Narratives

 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)                2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                         Budget
C-15 Research & Evaluation S & B = $160,002                                                  ($20,743) Decrease (BC)               $139,259
     Salary and benefits for staff. Staff consists of 0.5 FTE certificated and 1.6           Reduce FTE of administrative staff
     FTE classified staff.                                                                   resulting in cost savings.
C-16 Research & Evaluation - Operating Costs = $85,995                                       $15,000 Increase (OA)                 $96,695
     Directs and coordinates District-wide testing and assessment, such as MSP,              ($4,300) Decrease (BC)
     HSPE, DRP, KAT, WLPT, CogAT, Math Placement. This budget provides                       Reduction of 5% in NERCS and an
     for printing costs, answer sheets, substitutes and testing support hours,               increase for data analyzer program.
     District surveys, hardware/software maintenance, test supplies and
     materials, consulting support and travel.
C-17 GLE - Essential Learnings = $33,730                                                     ($33,730) Decrease (BC)               $0
     This budget funds curriculum development /alignment, scoring and                        Budget eliminated - portions may be
     assessment work in content areas.                                                       funded from other sources.
C-18 Human Growth = $31,000                                                                  $0                                    $31,000
     Human Growth and Development is the human sexuality curriculum
     delivered District-wide by two HGD Specialists to grades 5 and 6. Also
     provides state-mandated HIV/AIDS instruction to secondary students.
C-19 Standards-Based Education = $19,000                                                     ($19,000) Decrease (BC)               $0
     Milestones/goals accomplished through work completed in District                        Budget eliminated - portions may be
     committees by classroom teachers. Currently, this includes the new                      funded from other sources.
     elementary progress report and development of materials to support
     standards-based assessment.
C-20 Media Center Contract = $72,237                                                         ($27,237) Decrease (BC)             $45,000
     Provides access to films, videos, kits and print materials for use as                   Reduce based upon upcoming contract
     instructional materials in K-12 classrooms                                              and required needs of the program.

C-21 504 Accommodation = $22,964                                                             $0                                    $32,244
     Expenses incurred to comply with Federal Law 504 that requires districts to
     accommodate students and staff with certain conditions.
C-22 District Music - Operating Costs = $63,900                                              ($3,000) Decrease (BC)                $60,900
     Covers costs of instrument repair and supports District music festivals.                Reduction of 5%
C-23 Early Entrance Testing = $2,000                                                         $0                                    $2,000
     This budget provides for the assessment of potential kindergarteners who
     do not meet the chronological age of 5 years by August 31 for the school
     year. It covers the expense of extra hours and related benefits expended by
     staff to assess these children and write the evaluations. It is a self-
     balancing program.


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                                                                    Curriculum - Budget (Unit C)
                                                                             Line Item Narratives

 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)                  2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                           Budget
C-24 Summer Academy (formerly I728) = $295,000                                               ($140,000) Decrease (BC)                $155,000
     Funds are utilized to support extended learning opportunities for students in           Reduce summer school opportunities.
     grades K-3 who are reading below the grade level standard. It also supports
     learning for high school students who have not yet met state standards in
     reading and writing.
C-25 Diversity (formerly I728) = $67,000                                                     $13,000 Increase (BC)                   $80,000
     Supports Professional Development funds to assist in the creation of a                  Increase to match prior year salary and
     school community that promotes cultural awareness thru staff training and               benefit and stipend costs.
     curriculum development. A thorough plan for these funds will be developed
     with the CKSD Diversity Advisory Committee. Includes salary and benefits
     for 0.4 FTE District Diversity Specialist.
C-26 Eastside/Westside Mentoring (formerly I728) = $0                                        $50,000 Increase (BC)                  $50,000
     These funds support adult and peer mentors in eastside schools and                      Moved a portion of the funding source
     interventions in westside schools.                                                      from I728 to basic education and
                                                                                             reduced the remaining budget. Refer to
                                                                                             line C-50
C-27 Professional Development Targeting Core Subjects = $88,968                              ($88,968) Decrease (BC)                $0
     Provides funds for a program of professional development targeting core                 Eliminated coaching position.
     subject areas to improve student learning using a curriculum training
C-28 Intervention Support (formerly I728) = $0                                               $500,000 Increase (BC)                  $500,000
     These funds provide interventions for students struggling in readinig, writing,         Moved the funding source from I728 to
     and/or math to assist them in meeting grade level standards. Funds provide              basic education. Refer to line C-53.
     for planning, training, and delivery of intervention instruction in grades K-12.
C-29 Supporting Students/Benchmarks = $10,000                                                ($10,000) Decrease (BC)                 $0
     These funds are used for academic competitions.                                         Eliminated this budget for 2009-10.
GRANT PROGRAMS
C-30 Talented in Arts = $5,000                                                               $0                                      $5,000
     This is an after-school, visual arts program for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade
     students. This opportunity is only offered based on student registrations and
     is a completely self-supporting class. Revenue from registrations covers the
     cost of the teacher and supplies.




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                                                                    Curriculum - Budget (Unit C)
                                                                             Line Item Narratives

 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)                    2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                             Budget
C-31 Teen Mentor - County Grant = $11,900                                         $0                                                   $11,900
     This program is patterned after the Big Brother/Big Sister program and
     matches high school mentors and elementary school student mentors by
     gender as well as interests. Overall goal is to develop a program model that
     will reduce the risk of substance abuse among children and teens through
     encouraging pro-social opportunities, fostering active involvement of
     students, encouraging goal setting and mastery, and providing alcohol and
     drug-free alternative activities.
C-32 Title - Federal Stimulus = $0                                                           $326,801 Increase (OA)                    $326,801
     Title I is a federal categorical program. Funds provide additional certificated         New funding source from the federal
     and classified staff to provide supplemental instruction to those students at           government to fund interventions for at
     greatest risk of not meeting the state standard. The programs focus on                  risk students.
     reading and math in grades K-9. Strict federal audit guidelines are used to
     track the use of these funds. Title I funds are allocated to eligible
     elementary and junior high schools based on number of free and reduced
     lunches. Stimulus funds have been allocated for two years - these are in
     addition to the regular Title I funds.
C-33 Student Improvement = $0                                                                $71,839 Increase (OA)                     $71,839
     This allocation is to assist schools in implementing student learning                   New funding source from the federal
     interventions as identified in school improvement plans. These interventions            government to provide professisonal
     must have a positive impact on student learning, be data driven, and be                 development and interventions.
     based on the characteristics of effective schools as identified by the Office
     of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
C-34 Title X - McKinney Vento Homeless = $0                                                  $8,404 Increase (OA)                      $8,404
     Federal competitive ARRA grant received through OSPI to support                         New funding source from the federal
     educational needs of homeless children and youths. This is one time                     government to provide support for
     funding which ends September 2011.                                                      homeless children.
C-35 Title I Part A - Disadvantaged = $1,012,893                                             $61,397 Increase (OA)                     $1,074,290
     Title I is a federal categorical program. Funds provide additional certificated         Increase to match grant allocation.
     and classified staff to provide supplemental instruction to those students at
     greatest risk of not meeting the state standard. The programs focus on
     reading and math in grades K-9. Strict federal audit guidelines are used to
     track the use of these funds. Title I funds are allocated to eligible elementary
     and junior high schools based on number of free and reduced lunches.




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                                                                    Curriculum - Budget (Unit C)
                                                                             Line Item Narratives

 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)                2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                         Budget
C-36 Title V Part A - Library = $0                                                           $0                                    $0
     Formerly Title VI. This is a federal "flow through" Grant provided to the
     District to support supplemental activities/strategies described in the
     application and based on a "needs assessment".
C-37 Title II, Part D - Technology Staff Development = $9,350                                $228 Increase (OA)                    $9,682
     Federal grant whose focus is staff development for "No Child Left Behind" to            Increase to match grant allocation.
     ensure that all students are technologically literate by the end of the eighth
     grade.
C-38 Title V Part A - Technology = $0                                                        $0                                    $0
     Formerly Title VI. This is a federal "flow through" Grant provided to the
     District to support supplemental activities/strategies described in the
     application and based on a "needs assessment".
C-39 Title V Part A - Teaching = $0                                                          $0                                    $0
     Formerly Title VI. This is a federal "flow through" grant provided to the
     District to support supplemental activities/strategies described in the
     application and based on a "needs assessment".
C-40 Title II, Part A = $380,111                                                             $2,998 Increase (OA)                  $383,109
     This is a federal grant provided for teacher and principal training and                 Increase to match grant allocation.
     recruiting. It is used to support continued training for teachers across
     content areas and to ensure all teachers are highly qualified.
C-41 Learning Assistance Program (LAP) = $729,462                                            $55,049 Increase (OA)                 $784,511
     LAP is the state funded program linked to the Title I program. All revenues             Increase to match grant allocation.
     are specifically used to support this program and cannot be used in any
     other program. Elementary, junior high, and high schools receive LAP funds
     based on academic needs.
C-42 Civics Social Studies = $3,841                                                          ($3,841) Decrease (OA)                $0
     2007-08 Competitive State Grant to support the development of innovative                Grant program discontinued
     civics projects, and other activities that support the civics assessment,
     including voter education.
C-43 Mentor Support - State Revenue = $11,042                                                $7,450 Increase (OA)                  $18,582
     This is a state grant used to fund training and support for beginning                   Increase to match grant allocation.
     teachers.
C-44 Math Coaching Demo = $72,490                                                            ($651) Decrease (OA)                  $71,839
     House Bill 1906 provided State Funds for a demonstration grant to assist                Decrease to match grant allocation.
     districts so that classroom teachers are able to increase their effectiveness
     when teaching mathematics. The goal is to improve student achievement
     through the collaborative efforts of the classroom teacher and a math coach.
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 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)                2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                         Budget
C-45 Qwest Foundation Grant = $0                                                             $0                                    $0
     The QWEST Foundation Learning and Technologies Grant provides funds
     to expand and enhance instructional technology.
C-46 Limited English Proficiency = $29,072                                                   $4,053 Increase (OA)                  $33,350
     These Title III federal grant funds are targeted for professioinal development          Increase to match grant allocation.
     of English Language Development staff members, tutoring before and after
     school for students whose first language is not English, and for a summer
     program for these same students.
C-47 Emergency Immigrants = $0                                                               $9,578 Increase (OA)                  $9,578
     This grant provides funding to support the learning of eligible immigrant               New grant for 2009-10.
     children in elementary & secondary schools.
C-48 Transitional Bilingual - District Support = $90,000                                     $0                                    $90,000
     These District dollars are combined with the Transitional Bilingual State
     Grant and Federal Title III Grant to serve students whose first language is
     not English. ESL students in CK speak 20 different languages and attend
     classes in all grades and all schools. The most common language among
     these students is Togalog (Filipino). District support is designed to assist
     students to develop oral, reading, writing, and comprehension of English that
     enables them to be successful in their academic work in conjunction with
     state funding and has been supplemented by state funding.
C-49 Transitional Bilingual - State Revenue = $162,787                                       $8,424 Increase (OA)                  $171,211
     This program is for students that have limited or no command of the English             Increase to match state revenue.
     language and who are, in some cases, illiterate in their native language.
     Students exit when they are fluent in English and have achieved above the
     35th percentile in both Reading and Language Arts sections of a
     standardized test. ESL staff members provide translating services for
     classroom teachers for conferences and special education IEP meetings.
C-50 I 728 School Improvement Planning = $110,000                                            ($110,000) Decrease (BC)              $0
     This allocation is to assist schools in developing school improvement plans.            Moved a portion of the funding source
     These plans must promote a positive impact on student learning, be data                 from I728 to basic education and
     driven, and be based on the characteristics of effective schools as identified          reduced the remaining budget.
     by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.                                  Reductions include .400 FTE of Mentor
                                                                                             Specialist and staff development for
                                                                                             Eastside/Westside.
C-51 I728 Guest Teachers = $51,800                                                           (51,800) Decrease (BC)                $0
     Student Achievement funds used to pay for release time in buildings to
     support District Improvement Plan.
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                                                                             Line Item Narratives

 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)                  2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                           Budget
C-52 I-728 Clerical Support & Curriculum Specialists = $375,540                              ($375,540) Decrease (BC)                $0
     Funds staff positions: one elementary instructional coach; two secondary                Reduction of instructional coaching
     curriculum specialists; clerical support for coaches and summer school; and             staff.
     extra days/time and materials for all coaches.
C-53 I-728 Reading Remediation = $500,000                                                    ($500,000) Decrease (BC)                $0
     These funds provide retraining to poor readers to become excellent readers.             Moved the funding source from I728 to
     Funds provide for planning, training, and delivery of intervention instruction          basic education. Refer to line C-28.
     focused on K-3, 7-8, and planning for grades 10-12.
C-54 I-728 Standards Based Reporting = $135,000                                              ($135,000) Decrease (BC)                $0
     Funding to support time and training for the continued development and                  Eliminated funding.
     implementarion of the elementary progress report across the entrie district.
     Provides a $600 stipend for each elementary teacher in their first year of
     using the new standards-based report card.
C-55 Indian Education Grant = $31,059                                                        $10,725 Increase (OA)                   $41,784
     Through a U.S. Department of Education, Office of Indian Education Title VII            Increased to match grant allocation.
     Grant, the District receives federal money to operate an educational
     program that provides additional instruction assistance to individuals or
     small groups to enhance students' achievement. Students are eligible for
     these services by filling out a Title VII eligibility form.
C-56 Summer Academy - Tuition Based = $150,000                                               $0                                      $150,000
     Summer Academy (Self-Balancing program).
C-57 Gifted Program - District Support = $198,000                                            ($48,000) Decrease (BC)                 $150,000
     The District is committed to offering variety of options to gifted students as          Reduce building gifted support and
     adopted by the School Board in the Spring of 1994. The funds are combined               gifted specialist support by 0.5 FTE.
     with C-43 State Revenue to support building mentors and building support
     services at each school; self-contained magnet gifted classes (grades 2-3
     and 4-5-6 at Emerald Heights Elementary); gifted cluster classes at each
     elementary; a Magnet block class (7-8) currently housed at CKJH; limited
     transportation for all District sponsored programs; staff development for
     educators of gifted students; testing and identification of highly
     capable/gifted students; and gifted specialist position to support all program
     components. This budget also provides support for Advanced Placement
     classes, the Achieve program, and the Junior High and Beyond class.
C-58 Gifted Program - State Revenue = $106,050                                               ($789) Decrease (OA)                    $105,261
     State funding for gifted programs.                                                      Decrease to match grant allocation.



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 Line                                                                                               Operating Adjustment (OA)               2009 - 10
                           Activity Description/2008- 09 Budget                                       Budget Change (BC)
 Item                                                                                                                                        Budget
C-59 Math & Science Professional Development Days = $216,035                                 $26,965 Increase (OA)                   $100,000
     Funding to support additional professional development focused on                       ($143,000) Decrease (OA)
     improving math and science instruction. Funding provides three                          Funding Source eliminated for 2009-10.
     professional development days for middle and high school and two                        Budgeted expenditure amount is
     professional development days for fourth and fifth grade teachers.                      anitcipated carryover expenses of funds
                                                                                             remaining from 2008-09.
C-60 PEP Grant = $161,360                                                                    ($161,360) Decrease (OA)                $0
     Carol M. White Physical Education Program provides funds to initiate,                   Grant Discontinued.
     expand, and improve physical education programs for students.
C-61 High School SAT Testing/Prep = $120,370                                      $0                                                $121,450
     Certificated staff time and material costs to provide SAT assistance outside
     of the normal school day. Students pay a fee for this course and it pays for
     the teacher's additional time and any materials associated with the course.




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