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									April 15, 2010




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   In seeking solutions to an extraordinary set of
financial and academic challenges, our priority has
 always and will always be to maintain the quality
     of core instructional services for students.
     The solutions contained herein have been
structured to put the District in the best possible
position to support schools and students and meet
 our overarching goal of regaining accreditation.


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   Balance expenditures and revenues
   Align resources to support principals,
    teachers and students
   Promote more school autonomy and
    innovation
   Increase academic initiatives
    ◦ Curriculum
    ◦ Library Resources
   Raise expectations and accountability across
    the board


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   Declining SLPS enrollment, although slowing
   Increasing Charter school enrollment
   Flat sales and property tax collections
   Reduced state aid: -4% ($4.2M)
   Maintaining desirable Pupil Teacher Ratio
   Escalating medical benefit costs: +16.9%
   High fixed costs with excess capacity
   High magnet transportation costs
                      Increased
                  employee pension
                                             Furloughs
                    contributions

School Closings                                       Pay
                                                    Freezes

Unpaid
                                              Transportation
Leave
                                                Reductions
     Full day
  kindergarten                       Health Benefits:
     charges                    -Reduced/eliminated
                  Layoffs       -Increased employee
                                    contribution
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     Kansas City:                          Des Moines:
  Closing 28 schools         Proposing elimination of 60 full-time
and eliminating 700 of       positions, library services, elementary
 3,000 jobs, including         art, C-team athletics, & reducing
  teaching positions.            number of instructional days.

       Indianapolis:                          Wichita:
 Eliminating 300 teaching      Considering eliminating 320 full time
positions and another 100        positions and closing alternative
      staff positions.                       schools.

    Milwaukee:
                                                   St. Paul:
    Proposing              Omaha:
                                            Facing a $25 million
    reductions           Eliminating
                                         shortfall, cutting 267 staff
  including 397              224
                                          positions, including 143
     teaching             positions.
                                             teaching positions.
    positions.
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   50,000
   45,000
   40,000
   35,000
   30,000
   25,000
   20,000
   15,000
   10,000
    5,000
          0
                2003      2004      2005      2006         2007   2008   2009   2010 * 2011 *
   Charters 3,046 3,635 4,353 4,514 5,405 7,726 9,211 9,507 10,458
   SLPS     39,916 38,374 36,045 35,361 32,135 27,574 26,108 24,832 23,930


                                                                                      * Projected   7
Note: Above enrollment data reflects K-12 students only.
$400,000
                                                    SLPS General Operating Revenues
                                                    SLPS General Operating Expenditures
$350,000



$300,000



$250,000



$200,000


           371,036   350,839   331,899   352,148   333,500   354,443   340,072   311,069   296,994   278,700
$150,000


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                                     FY2011      FY2010
   Revenue                           $278.7M     $297.0M
     Payroll Expenditures            $218.2M     $216.0M
     Non-Payroll Expenditures        $115.0M     $104.0M
       Expenditure Projection        $333.2M     $320.0M
                 Reserve                3.0M        -
   Surplus/(Deficit)                 ($ 57.5M)   ($ 23.0M)
                            $(5.0)                   FY
        GOAL
       GOAL:               $(15.0)
                                                    2010,
                                                   $(23.0)
    Balance GOB            $(25.0)

Expenditures with GOB      $(35.0)       FY
     Revenues              $(45.0)      2011,
                           $(55.0)
                                       $(57.5)
                           $(65.0)

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 2010-2011
 Proposed
Reductions
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‣ Salary Reductions/Incentives                           $1.5M
 ◦ Shift select 12 month employees to 11 month

 Staff Reductions          (490 positions)             $33.8M
    Change to an attendance staffing model
    Reduce non-highly qualified staff (144)
    Continuing Substitutes (80)
    Provide retirement incentive ( 632 eligible)
    Reduction in force layoffs will be considered only after
     exhausting all other options
    Present -      Teacher /Student Ratio is 13.5 to 1
    Proposed -     Teacher /Student Ratio is 16.2 to 1
    State -         Teacher / Student is         17 to 1

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   Classroom Teacher Positions     226
   Substitute Teachers Positions    80
   School –Site Support Staff      130
   Administrators                   24
   Central Office Staff             30
    TOTAL                           490




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‣ Furloughs (5 days @ $600k/day)       $3.0M




            Total Workforce Related Options:
                      ₊Staff Reductions: $33.8M
          ₊Salary Reductions/Incentives:   1.5M
                            ₊Furloughs:    3.0M
                                         $38.3M
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   Reductions identified and incorporated into
    Central Office 10/11 Budgets            $8.0M
    ◦ March 22 & 23 Budget Meetings, and
      Executive Leadership Team Reductions

‣ Energy Management Reductions               $0.5M
    ◦ Energy Management/Utilities

   School Closings/Consolidations           $0.8M




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Gallaudet
   Recommendation – Close the building
    ◦ Children will be assigned to the appropriate school that
      provides the necessary services to continue with their
      program.
    ◦ Children will be offered seats to attend Mullanphy
      Investigative Learning Center; Ames Visual and Performing
      Arts; McKinley Classical Junior Academy; and Gateway
      Institute of Technology.
    ◦ Cost savings = $298,266
    ◦ Decommissioning/moving cost = $80,000 (one time cost)




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Bunche International Studies
Recommendation - Close the building
 ◦ Reconfigure Soldan International Studies for grade levels 7
   thru 12.
 ◦ Create one “campus” that will expose the students to
   international studies from middle school through high
   school
 ◦ The students advancing to sixth grade in FY10-11 at
   Bunche will remain in their current school or be offered
   other magnet choices.
 ◦ Cost savings = $388,968
 ◦ Decommissioning/moving cost = $65,000 (one time cost)



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Cleveland NJROTC at Pruitt
Recommendation– Close the building
 ◦ Children assigned to this school will relocate to the space
   that was once occupied by the International Welcome
   Center at Central VPA
 ◦ The NJROTC program will remain a focus
 ◦ Cost savings = $339,075
 ◦ Decommissioning/moving cost = $75,000 (one time cost)




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Alternative Education South @ Lyon                     –
 Recommendation - Close the building
 ◦ Students assigned to this school will relocate to Stevens
   Middle School
 ◦ Cost savings = $207,130
 ◦ Decommissioning/moving cost = $65,000 (one time cost)




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Ford Branch
Recommendation – Close the building
 ◦ Children that occupy this building for after school care will
   attend Ford Elementary School
 ◦ Cost savings = $36,000
 ◦ Decommissioning/moving cost = $30,000 (one time cost)




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Fresh Start @ Turner
   Recommendation - Close Turner
    ◦ The students and staff from Fresh Start @Turner can
      physically be housed in the Sumner facility based on
      building capacity and available space.
    ◦ English wing is not being used daily only for ACT testing
      and/or tutoring as needed.
    ◦ There are 12 large classrooms and 2 small
      classrooms/offices.
    ◦ Girls restroom and one Unisex restroom on upper level;
      Boys restroom and one men’s and one women’s restroom
      on lower level.
    ◦ Cost savings = $50,000
    ◦ Decommissioning/moving cost = $30,000 (one time cost)

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   VICC Special Education Excess Costs                  $1.5M
    ◦ IEP Audit
‣ Bond, Hold Harmless, Pension Reserve                     8.5M
    o   Bond revenue for capital related expenditures
    o   Cover portion of deficit with add’l state funds if “held
        harmless”
    o   Pension reserve adjustment

        Total Non-Workforce Related Initiatives:
                 ₊Central Office Reductions:
                                     $8.0M
                       ₊Energy Management:
                                      0.5M
            ₊School Closings/Consolidations:
                                      0.8M
                     ₊VICC Special Ed. Audit:
                                      1.5M
₊Bond/Hold Harmless/Pension Reserve: 8.5M
                                    $19.3M
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             $8.0M
          Central Office
           Reductions
            Energy
          Mgmt. & VICC                    -$57.5M       +57.6M
    0.8      2.0M          8.5M
                                          (overspend) (Reductions)
   School                                         NET = +.$01M
  Closing/            Bond/Hold
Consolidation      Harmless/Pension


                          Staff                   Workforce
                       Reductions                  = 38.3M
                           33.8M      1.5M
             3.0M                     Salary
                                   Reductions
           Furloughs               & Incentives
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                                  FY2011*        FY2010
                                 Proposed       Projected


    Revenue                       $278.7M       $297.0M
      Payroll Expenditures        $180.0M       $216.0M
      Non-Payroll Expenditures    $ 95.7M       $104.0M
        Expenditure Projection    $275.7M       $320.0M

   Surplus/(Deficit)               $ 3.0M       ($ 23.0M)

* Submitted for April 29, 2010 Board Approval

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   Renegotiate contracts               $ 2M
   Employee Benefit Participation      $1.4M
    2,400 staff x$600/yr
   Cooperative purchase agreements   $0.5M
   Reduce PTO Days                 $455k/day
    ◦ PTO payout savings: $270k/day
    ◦ Substitute savings: $185k/day
   Winter/Spring Break Closure       $26k/day
    o   PTO payout savings



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                Furloughs
                  5.2%         Salary
                            Reductions &
                             Incentives
                                2.6%

                    Central
                    Office
   Staff          Reductions
                                     VICC Audit
Reductions          13.9%
                                        2.6%
  58.7%
                                         School Closing/
             Bond/Hold                    Consolidation
             Harmless/           Energy       1.4%
              Pension          Management
              Reserve           Programs
               14.8%              0.9%
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              FY2007      FY2008     FY2009      FY2010 * FY2011*



REVENUE           354.4    340.1      311.1       297.0      278.7

EXPENSE           342.6    338.9      344.2       320.0      275.7



Surplus/Deficit    11.8       1.2      (33.1)     (23.0)        3.0


                   * Preliminary estimates based on available state and
                   local information which is subject to change
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General Operating Revenue : $276.4M

Assumptions
   State formula funding flat (per DESE)
   Enrollment declines not as steep as previous years
   Economy shows slight but slow improvement
   Property taxes 2% growth (re-assessment year)




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ACADEMICS                               Expansion of the Renaissance
   College Summit (269K)                Learning program (110K)
   St. Louis Police & Firefighter      High school textbook
    program (35K )                       adoption, social studies,
                                         math, art, & science (350K)
   Ranken program (45K)
                                        High school marching band
   Field trips (300K)
                                         uniforms (100K)
   Sports activities (350K)
                                        New Library Books (500K)
   High school choir risers (30K)
                                        Purchase of new kilns (60K)
   Marching band percussions
                                        Middle school textual
    w/ carriers (30K)
                                         adoption, foreign languages
   Replacement of middle school         & science (246K)
    novels (15K)
                                        1.6M - Window replacements
   Erate payments and match             after lead removal
    money (2.9M)
                                        200K - Teach for America
                                         Contract
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