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2014/15 PROPOSED BUDGET

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JAMES PTUCHA PRESIDENT ANNE MARIE MARRONE CALIENDO ASSISTANT SUPERINTEN DENT FOR FINANCE AND FACILITIES

FRANK GRIMALDI VICE PRESIDENT TRUSTEES: DIANA ACAMPORA BETTY DeSABATO ERIC GERINGSWALD DAVID KASTON PAUL PELLER

KELLY FALLON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

JOHN O'FARRELL ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION

PATRICK HARRIGAN DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT

MARY RETTALIATA ASSISTANT SUPERINTEN DENT FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION


TABLE OF CONTENTS

HISTORICAL REFERENCE MATERIALS SCHEDULE OF ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOL AND GRADE LEVEL ENROLLMENT CHART CHANGES IN SCHOOL BUDGET AND STATE AID

COLOR WHITE

CODE NUMBER

PAGE NUMBER

W-1 W-2 W-3 W-4

ESTIMATED REVENUES ESTIMATED TAX LEVY ASSESSED VALUATION AND ACTUAL VALUATION SCHOOL TAX RATE

W-5 W-6 W-7 W-8

GENERAL FUND REVENUE NARRATIVE DESCRIPTION OF REVENUE SOURCES OF REVENUE APPROPRIATIONS BY OBJECT CODE

W-9 W-10 W-11 W-12

BUDGET SUMMARY

W-13

GENERAL FUND SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS THREE PART FORMAT SUMMARY GOALS

W-14 W-15/W-16 W-17

GENERAL SUPPORT

BLUE

A-1000

B-1

BOARD OF EDUCATION

A-1010

B-2

DISTRICT CLERK

A-1040

B-4

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION

A-1240

B-6

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

A-1300/1310

B-8

STAFF/LEGAL/RECORDS MANAGEMENT

A-1400/1460/1480

B-12

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT

A-1600/1620

B-20

CENTRAL PRINTING & MAILING/DATA PROCESSING

A-1670/1680

B-34

SPECIAL ITEMS/INSURANCE

A-1900/1910

B-38


TABLE OF CONTENTS - CONTINUED INSTRUCTION

COLOR GOLDENROD

CODE NUMBER A-2000

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A-2010 A-2015 A-2020

G-4 G-6 G-8

A-2112 A-2113 A-2115 A-2116 A-2117 A-2118 A-2119 A-2120 A-2121 A-2122 A-2123 A-2124 A-2125 A-2130 A-2131 A-2170 A-2250 A-2280

G-20 G-22 G-24 G-26 G-28 G-30 G-32 G-34 G-36 G-38 G-40 G-42 G-44 G-46 G-48 G-50 G-52 G-54

A-2300

G-57

A-2600

G-61

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A-2800 A-2850/2855

G-69 G-80

TRANSPORTATION

GREEN

A-5500/5540

GR-1

COMMUNITY SERVICES/NAT A TORI UM

BUFF

A-7000/8000

Y-1

UNDISTRIBUTED EMPLOYEE BENEFITS DEBT SERVICE - PRINCIPAL & INTEREST

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A-9000/9900 A-9010 A-9700

P-1 P-2 P-4

TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS

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A-9900

P-6

SCHEDULE OF DEBT SERVICE

WHITE

ADMINISTRATION & IMPROVEMENT PUPIL PERSONNEL SUPERVISION - REGULAR SCHOOL TEACHING - REGULAR SCHOOL ART BUSINESS & OFFICE OCCUPATIONS LANGUAGE ARTS FOREIGN LANGUAGE HEALTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION HOME/CAREER SKILLS TECHNOLOGY MATHEMATICS MUSIC SCIENCE RESEARCH SOCIAL STUDIES DRIVER EDUCATION SPEECH READING - PSEN CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION

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TEACHING - SPECIAL SCHOOLS

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PUPIL SERVICES PUPIL ACTIVITIES/CO-CURRICULAR, INTERSCHOLASTIC

SUMMARY OF BOCES APPROPRIATIONS

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SCHEDULE OF ENROLLMENT

ENROLLMENTS FOR K-12 IN-DISTRICT STUDENTS ONLY (AS OF SEPTEMBER 30 OF EACH YEAR EXCEPT AS NOTED)* TOTAL

PERCENT

K-12

CHANGE

2,368

8,717

2.90

2,163

2,533

9,192

5.45

3,909

2,296

2,636

9,583

4.25

763

4,034

2,331

2,846

9,974

4.08

2005-06

820

4,086

2,375

2,915

10,196

2.2.1

2006-07

680

4,093

2,425

2,970

10,168

-0.27

2007-08

628

3,989

2,449

3,082

10,148

-0.20

2008-09

691

3,784

2,553

3,070

10,098

-0.49

2009-10

614

3,719

2,526

3,178

10,037

-0.60

2010-11

555

3,574

2,550

3,203

9,882

-1.54

2011-12

515

3,292

2,575

3,287

9,669

-2.lh

2012-13

479

3,164

2,458

3,336

9,437

-2.+0

2013-14 *

469

3,069

2,302

3,317

9,157

-2.97

2014-15 est. 418 2,780 2,155 3,406 NOl E PL1PllS l NROLl.F[) II\ <-,ELF CONJ .\l\JFD CL\'-,SES .\RE l!\CLUDED I!\ THESE FICURFS

8,759

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1-5

6-8

YEAR

K

2001-02

652

3,579

2,118

2002-03

785

3,711

2003-04

742

2004-05

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5

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6

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9

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0

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0

HIGH SCHOOL WEST

0

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T(1TALS

0

0

0

0

0

0

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0

0

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0

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CHANGES IN SCltO()L ~{.JDGET & STATE AID

PERCENT lNCREASE OVER PRECEDING YEAR AMOUNT

BUDGETED

2002/03

132,400,535

8,341,599

6.72

16,787,829

12.68

2003/04

141,861,769

9,461,234

7.15

16,758,297

11.81

2004/05

156,022,792

14,161,023

9.98

18,835,204

12.07

2005/06

168,798,789

12,775,997

8.19

19,888,125

11.78

2006-07

179,538,585

10,739,796

6.36

22,816,094

12.71

2007-08

187,913,969

8,375,384

4.66

24,900,524

n.25

2008-09

196,188,300

8,274,331

4.40

27,323,790

13.93

2009/10

201,876,771

5,688,471

2.90

28,053,183

13.90

2010/11

207,881,882

6,005,111

2.97

24,712,790

11.89

2011/12

215,978,880

8,096,998

3.89

24,083,419

1115

2012/13

221,918,299

5,939,419

2.75

25,368,178

1U3

2013/14

228,254,916

6,336,617

2.86

26,344,631 estimated

11.54

2014/15

234,216,849

5,961,933

2.61

27,314,471 estimated

11.66

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STATE AID

STATE AlD AS % OF BUDGE

YEAR

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2014/15 Revenue Summary $

REVENUE CATEGORY Property Tax Levy State Aid Use of Fund Balance & Reserves PILOTs FEMA* M iscellaneous** Total projected revenue *O ne-time only; Potential - not yet approved by FEMA **"Miscellaneous" includes interest income, health service and tuition payments from other schools, prior year refunds, use of facilities' charges and drivers' and continuing education fees

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

%

192, 116,536

82.03%

27,314,471

11.66%

9,500,000

4.05%

3,415,888

1.46%

400,000

.17%

1,469,954

.63%

234,216,849

100.00%


Proposed Tax Levy

Proposed 2014-15 Budget Less: Estintated Revenue*

$234,216,849 (42,100,313)

Estintated Gross Tax Levy: 2014-2015 Less Gross Tax Levy: 2013-2014 Total Gross Tax Levy $ Increase

$192,116,536 $187,717,454 $ 4,399,082

2014-2015 Gross Tax Levy % Increase

2.34%

*All revenue other than Property Tax Levy W-6


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ASSESSED VALUATIONANQ ACTLJALVALIJATloN- 200Z,03 -2014/15 (IN THOUSANDS

YEAR

• * • TOWN OF HUNTINGTON • • * CHANGE ACTUAL ASSESSED CHANGE EQUAL VALUATION VALUATION AMOUNT RATE %

OF DOLLARS)

* * • TOWN OF BABYLON * • * ASSESSED CHANGE EQUAL ACTUAL VALUATION AMOUNT RATE VALUATION

***TOTAL*** ACTUAL CHANGE VALUATION AMOUNT %

CHANGE %

2002-03

87,525

863

1.41

6,207.447

11.74

20,490

1

2.06

994,660

10.20

2003-04

88,789

1,264

1.06

8,376,321

34.94

20,073

(417)

1.66

1,209,242

21.57

2004-05

89,523

734

0.94

9,523,732

13.70

20,053

(21)

1.33

1,507,719

24.68

2005-06

89,914

391

0.87

10,334,925

8.52

19,939

(114)

118

1,689,724

2006-07

89,753

(161)

0.80

11,219,113

8.56

19,249

(690)

1.03

2007-08

89,322

(431)

0.77

11,600.260

3.40

19, 170

(79)

2008-09

88,643

(679)

0.76

11,663,514

0.55

18,953

2009-10

87,961

(682)

0.82

10,726,929

-8.03

2010-11

86,849

(1.112)

0.88

9,869.160

2011-12

85,719

( 1, 129)

0.88

2012-13

84,249

(2,599)

2013-14

83,402

(2.317)

I

7,202,107

744,251

11.52

9.585,562

2,383.455

33.09

11,031,451

1,445,888

15.08

12.07

12,024,649

993,198

9.00

1,868,826

10.60

13.087,939

1,063,290

8.84

0.94

2,039,362

9.13

13,639,621

551,682

4.22

(217)

0.98

1,933,955

(5 17)1

13,597,470

(42.152)

-0.31

18.427

(525)

1.05

1,754,981

(9 25)1

12,481,910

(1.115,559)

-8.20

-8.00

18,121

(307)

1.19

1.522,756

11,391,916

(1,089,994)

-8.73

9.740.828

-1.30

17,927

(194)

115

1,558,862

2.37

11.299,690

(92.226)

-0.81

0.90

9,361,051

-5.15

17,723

(397)

1.21

1,464,748

(3 81)

10.825,798

(566,118)

-4.97

0.90

9.266,926

-4.87

17,392

(535)

1.23

1,413,975

(9.29)

10,680,901

(618 789)

-5.48

2014-15 updated assessed values pending

(13.23)

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SCl-IOOL TAX RATES - 2003/04 TltROl)G1120l4/15 HUNTINGTON

YEAR

SCHOOL TAX RATE

BABYLON

INCREASE OVER PRECEDING YEAR $

'1'1

YEAR

SCHOOL TAX RATE

INCREASE OVER PRECEDING YEAR $ %

2003-04

117.23

9.20

8.52

2003-04

7..J..86

0.91

1.23

2004-05

127.87

10.64

9.08

2004-05

90.38

15.52

20.73

2005-06

138.48

10.61

8.30

2005-06

102.10

11.73

12.98

2006-07

145.16

6.68

4.82

2006-07

112.74

10.64

10.-12

2007-08

149.99

4.83

3.33

2007-08

122.87

10.13

8.99

2008-09

156.76

6.77

4.51

2008-09

121.57

-1.30

-1.06

2009-10

160.90

4.14

2.64

2009-10

125.65

4.08

3.36

2010-11

169.34

8.4.t

5.24

2010-11

125.22

-0.43

-0.34

2011-12

179.16

9.82

5.80

2011-12

137.09

11.87

9.48

2012-13

187.1 l

7.96

..J..44

2012-13

139.17

2.08

1.52

2013-14

195.28

8.17

4.36

2013-14

1..J.2.89

3.71

2.67

2014-15

to be determined

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.. ....... GENERAL FUN!) REVENUE 2010/11-2014/15 .

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REVENUE DETAIL CODE A1315/20/30 A1410/ll/89 A2230/35 A2280 A2350/2389 A2401 A2410 A2413

REVENUE ADULT ED. TU IT./ SUMMER SCH. TUITlON/FEES ADMISSIONS - POOL/DRIVER ED./MISC. CHARGES TUIDON - OTHER DlSTRICTS HEALTH SERVICE - OTHER DlSTRICTS YOUTH SVC/MISC REV. - OTHER MUNICIPALIDES INTEREST ON DEPOSITS REAL PROPERTY RENT AL BOCES RENT AL

A2440/50/2620 A2650/65/66/70 A2680 I 83 I 90 A2700

COMMISSIONS/ FINES/ RENTALS SALE OF EQUIPMENT

A2770 I 71I2730 A2801 A2730

INSUR. RECOVERY/ OTHER COMPENS. FOR LOSS REFUND MEDICARE PART D REFUND PRIOR YEAR EXPENSES GIFTS/ PT A/ OTHER OTHER UNCLASSlFIED / E-RATE INTERFUND REVENUES (FED INDlRECT COST) MTA

A3101/02/04 A3103

STATE AID- FOUNDATION AlD/TRANS AID/ BUILDING AID/EXCESS COST AID ST ATE AID, BOCES

A3260/62/63 A3289

STATE AID, TEXTBOOK/SOFTWARE/LIBRARY ST ATE AID, MISCELLANEOUS

A3960 A4601 A4285 A4960 A5031

NYS DISASTER ASSISTANCE MEDICAID

A2701/02/03 A2705

Al001/1085 AI081 A1081

ARRA/ FEMA INTERFUND TRANSFERS REAL PROPERTY TAX (lNCLUDES ST AR) PILOT - BABYLON IDA PILOT - SUFFOLK IDA SUBTOTAL - REVENUES: USE OF RESERVES APPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE TOTALS

2014/15 PROPOSED 35,000 255,000 575,000 75,000

2013/14 ADOPTED 35,000 95,000 750,000 75,000

2012/13 ACTUAL 104,399 130,825 750,784 115,956

2011/12 ACTUAL 118,908 99,335 1,453,479 117,539

2010(11 ACTUAL 93,640 91,310 861,104 119,782

90,000 110,000 0 2,000

90,000 110,000

139,883 148,665 25,700 2,214

0 90,000

0 90,000

0 170,000

0 170,000

259,974 64,896 23,750 6,950 13,522 218,335 890,867

0 67,954

0 150,000

0 0

0 0

119,676 243,216 26,150 6,600 15,188 244,836 334,724 362,644 41,186 155,514 1,233 0

23,730,016 1,421,758 806,918 1,355,779

22,781,351 1,368,429 839,072 1,355,779

0 2,000

36,931 422,083 679,505 319,874 130,782

361,105 120,229

185,482 1,473 312,577

269,295 49,414 387,122

23,159,005 1,179,439 849,396 113,609 66,729 12,736 0 80,262

22,275,613 955,847 851,959 0 0 5,887 0 4,058

21,126,070 1,029,937 861,462 3,099

0 0 0 400,000 0 192,116,536 2,767,335 648,553

187,717,454 2,734,471 391,360

182,307, 101 2,729,441 0

178,148,657 2,591,687 241,178

224,716,849

218,754,916

4,250,000 5,250,000 234,216,849

4,250,000 5,250,000 228,254,916

213,150,650 4,250,000

209,269,314 3,750,000

5,250,000 222,650,650

4,500,000 217,519,314

0 l,692,222 24,354 548,211 169,632,413 2,229,947 241,510 201,220,521 3,750,000 4,500,000 209,470,521


REVENUE

THE REVENUE SECTION OF THE BUDGET BALANCES WITH THE APPROPRIATION SECTION. REVENUE SOURCES ARE MANY AND VARIED AND INCLUDE LOCAL REVENUES, STATE AID AND PROPERTY TAXES. THE LOCAL PROPERTY TAX AND STATE AID ARE THE LARGEST SOURCES OF REVENUE.

A2230/2230A DAY SCHOOL TUITION IS TUITION CHARGED TO OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TUITION OF FOSTER CHILDREN WHO ARE EDUCATED IN OUR SCHOOLS. ALSO INCLUDED IS TUITION FOR RESOURCE ROOM SERVICES PROVIDED TO PARENTALLY PLACED STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS WITHIN THE DISTRICT. THIS REVENUE OFFSETS THE EXPENSE IN THE 2250-449 CODE. A2401

INTEREST ON DEPOSITS IS EARNED BY PLACING FUNDS TEMPORARILY IN INTEREST-EARNING ACCOUNTS OR INSTRUMENTS, SUCH AS CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.

A2700

REIMBURSEMENT OF MEDICARE PART D EXPENDITURES. IMBEDDED IN THE NYSHIP/EMPIRE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT PLAN WAS A PROVISION WHICH PROVIDED THE DISTRICT WITH A REIMBURSEMENT OF CERTAIN EXPENSES FOR PRESCRIPTION BENEFITS PROVIDED TO RETIREES. UNDER THE NEW EMPLOYER GROUP WAIVER PLAN AS PART OF THE FEDERAL HEALTH CARE REFORM INITIATIVE, THE DISTRICT NO LONGER RECEIVES THIS REIMBURSEMENT.

A2801

INTERFUND REVENUES INCLUDE MONIES TRANSFERRED FROM FUNDS SUCH AS CAPITAL OR SPECIAL AID.

A3101

STATE AID - BASIC FOUNDATION AID FORMULA, TRANSPORTATION AID, EXCESS COST AID AND BUILDING AID.

A3103

STATE AID - BOCES IS BASED ON THE COST OF CERTAIN SERVICES PURCHASED FROM THE BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES. COOPERATIVE SERVICE (COSER) AID IS PAID IN THE YEAR FOLLOWING WHEN THE EXPENDITURE WAS MADE. EACH COSER HAS ITS OWN AID RATIO.

A3260

STATE AID - TEXTBOOKS/SOFTWARE AND LIBRARY AIDS REPRESENT AID RECEIVED FOR PURCHASE OF TEXTBOOKS, INSTRUCTIONAL SOFTWARE AND LIBRARY MATERIALS PROVIDED TO STUDENTS WHO ARE RESIDENTS OF THE DISTRICT AND WHO ATTEND OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS OR PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS.

A1001/1081/ REAL PROPERTY TAX IS THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME AND REPRESENTS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TOTAL 1085 BUDGET EXPENDITURES AMOUNT LESS ALL OTHER SOURCES OF REVENUE. THESE SOURCES OF REVENUE INCLUDE REAL PROPERTY TAX, PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES (PILOT) FROM THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES AND STAR RECEIPTS. STAR RECEIPTS ARE NOT ENHANCED SCHOOL DISTRICT AID BUT ARE PASS THROUGH REDUCTIONS IN PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS. APPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE: EVERY YEAR THE DISTRICT USES A PORTION OF ITS SURPLUS TOWARD REDUCING THE TAX LEVY INCREASE FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR. RESERVES: THE DISTRICT POSSESSES RESERVE FUNDS FOR FUTURE LIABILITIES. THE DISTRICT PLANS TO USE A PORTION OF THOSE RESERVES TO OFFSET THE 2014/15 EXPENDITURES RELATED TO THOSE LIABILITIES. 5/20/14

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SOURCE OF REVENUE路 491'*,olS<(PROPOSED)

PERCENT OF BUDGET

DESCRIPTION

DOLLAR AMOUNT OF REVENUE

ALL OTHER REVENUE CHARGES FOR SERVICES USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY APPROPRIATED fUND BALANCE/USE OF RESERVES PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES (PILOT)

6.31"0

14,785,842

11.66%

27,314,471

82.lB 0 o

192, l 16,536

100掳/o

234,216,849

STATE AID ST A TE AID - BASIC FORM ULA STATE AID - BOCES ST ATE AID - TEXTBOOKS/SOFTWARE ST ATE AID - MISCELLANEOUS

TAX LEVY REAL PROPERIY l!\X TO BE RAISED INCLUDING Sl'AR RECFIPTS

GRAND TOTAL W-11


PROPOSED APPROPRIATIONS BY OBJECT CODE 201445 ·.

OBJECT DESCRIPTION

CODE

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PERCENT OF

DOLLAR Al\toUNT OF

!LUD_gE_I

APPROPRIATION

150

PERSONNEL SERVICES - CERTIFIED

39.19°0

91,784,876

160

PERSONNEL SERVICES - NON-CERT.

13.29°(,

31,ll7,922

800

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

26.86°0

~-·

62,906,828

79.33%

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I 85 ,809 ,626

200

EQUIP1\IENT

0.b3°o

1,484,830

480

TF\TBOOKS

0.32°0

755,048

500

SLPPI .JES & l\!XIER!ALS

1.44 °<,

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3,380,798

2.40 °o 5,620,b/b

490

SPEC!\! SCHOOL FXPENSES-BOCFS

3./<.)~o

8,875,852

.f(l()

CON IR,\CTL Al. & OTHER EXPEl\iSES

9.5()f1n

22,393,9l))

I.\\ \N llC!Pi\ 110:\ :\OTE - INTFRFST

0.30°0

694,400

TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS -

4.62",,

()00/ 7ll0

900

10,822,392

18.27

CAPITAL/DEBT SVC/SPECIAL AID

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42,78n.5.J7

100.00°0

234,216,849


2014-15 [

Proposed Budget Summary

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Total Budget Dollar,Increase :Percent Increase

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2013-14

$2~8,254,916 '"

II 2014-15 I $234,216,849 $s,961,933 2.61% ~

Capital $29,195,761 12.47% Program $184,118,008 78.61%

Administrative $20,903,080 8.92%


GENERAL FUND

AlOOO

GENERAL SUPPORT

A2000

INSTRUCTION

A5000

PUPIL TRANSPORTATION

A7000/8000

COMMUNITY SERVICE

A9000

UNDISTRIBUTED

Al000-9000 TOTALS

20,082,139

8.57%

14,951

0.07%

20,067,188

8.79%

125,441,845

53.56%

2,225,028

1.81 %

123,216,817

53.98%

14,148,841

6.04%

648,404

4.80%

13,500,437

5.91%

120,405

0.05%

25,000

26.20%

95,405

0.04%

74,423,620

31.78%

3,048,551

4.27%

71,375,069

31.27%

5,961,932

2.61'\lo

228,254,916

234,216,849

W-14


W-15

PROPOSED 2014/15 BUDGET-Three Part Format Summary 2014/15 CODE

FUNCTION

AD MIN.

PROGRAM

CAPITAL

2013/14 TOTAL

AD MIN.

PROGRAM

CAPITAL

TOTAL

1010 1040 1060 1240 1310 1320 1325 1420 1430 1460 1480 1620/1621 1670 1680 1910 1920 1980 1981 1989 2010 2015 2020 2040 2060 2070 2110 2112 2113 2115 2116 2117 2118 2119 2120 2121

Board of Education District Clerk District Meeting Office of Chief School Admin. Business Administration Auditing District Treasurer Legal Service Districtwide Administration Records Management Public Information & Services Plant Operations/Maintenance Printing and Mailing Mgmt. Of Information Systems Liability Insurance School Association Dues MTA Tax BOCES Ad min. Charges TAN Issue Expense Curriculum Development Pupil Personnel Supervision - Regular School Supervision - Adult Education Research Inservice Training Teaching - Regular School Teaching - Art Teaching - Bus./Voc. Educ. Teaching - English Language Arts Teaching - LOTE Teaching-Health Teaching - Physical Educ. Teaching - FACS Teaching -Technology Teaching - Math

15,133 77,322 42,782 491,067 1,469,228 123,248 0 218,000 692,630 8,950 45,588

218,000

13,569,546 223,026 894,399 1,236,707 19,390 0 702,123 35,000 596,018 0 7,228,396 18,662 0 295,821 28,850,930 2,504,546 864,206 4,353,218 4,229,700 743,578 3,402,247 776,473 618,614 5,522,615

15,133 77,322 42,782 491,067 1,469,228 123,248 0 436,000 692,630 8,950 45,588 13,569,546 223,026 894,399 1,236,707 19,390 0 702,123 35,000 596,018 0 7,228,396 18,662 0 295,821 28 ,850 930 2,504,546 864,206 4,353,218 4,229,700 743,578 3,402,247 776,473 618,614 5,522,615 I

••

I : ·.

.• ••• .. .. I. :.. •. !

' 1. ·.

..

15,133 76,438 41,282 484,107 1,472,318 122,248 0 187,500 625,635 9,150 45,250

187,500

13,743,163 217,264 877,718 1,210,453 19,390 0 697,639 35,000 591,602 7,581,247 18,662 45,000 296,819 28,586,827 2,497,291 724,959 4,289,262 4,144,181 759,546 3,341,875 794,336 637,734 5,288,941

15,133 76,438 41,282 484,107 1,472,318 122,248 0 375,000 625,635 9,150 45,250 13,743,163 217,264 877,718 1,210,453 19,390 O, 697,639 35,000 591,602 0 7,581,247 18,662 45,000 296,819 I 28,586,827 I 2,497,291 : 724,959 4,289,262 4,144,181 759,546 3,341,875 794,336 637,734 5,288,941


PROPOSED 2014/15 BUDGET-Three Part Format Summary 2014/15 CODE

FUNCTION

2122 2123 2124 2125 2130 2131 2170 2250 2280 2300 2610 2615 2630 2805 2810 2815 2820 2825 2850 2855

Teaching - Music Teaching - Science Teaching - Research Teaching - Social Studies Teaching - Driver Education Speech Teaching- Reading/PSEN Children with Disabilities Occupational Education Teaching - Special Schools School Library Audio/Visual Computer Assisted Instruction Attendance Guidance Health Services Psychological Services Social Work Services Co-Curricular Activities Interscholastic Athletics

5510 5530 5540

District Owned Transportation Garage Building Contract Transportation

7140 8070

Community Recreation Census

9010 9700 9900

Employee Benefits Tax Anticipation Note Interest Transfer to Other Funds Capital/Debt Svc/Special Aid TOTAL: PERCENT OF BUDGET:

ADMIN.

837,540

PROGRAM

2013/14 CAPITAL

3,177,626 6,318,288 173,857 4,889,144 175,000 2,361,964 1,534,173 30,143,084 866,250 284,842 1,422,784 69,280 2,785,695 127,791 3,681,599 1,751,345 1,502,112 224,978 1,160,243 1,949,226 4,630,768 125,397 9,071,111

$20,903,080 8.92'Yo

52,616,098

ADMIN.

3,177,626 6,318,288 173,857 4,889,144 175,000 2,361,964 I 1,534,173 30,980,624 866,250 284,842 1,422,784 : 69,280 2,785,695 127,791 ' 3,681,599 I< 1,751,345 1,502,112 224,978 I< 1,160,243 • 1,949,226 321,565

120,405 0 5.927,872

TOTAL

4,952,333 125,397 9,071,111

795,083

I

120,405 0 5,450,768

575,000 $184,118,008

$29,195,761

$234,216,849

$20,618,887

3,365,395 6,199,411 170,093 4,840,691 0 2,304,341 1,555,677 28,634,535 766,500 294,842 1,632,614 66,780 2,609,326 125,812 3,821,037 1,883,787 1,486,680 217,514 1,043,937 1,804,480

3,365,395 6,199,411 170,093 4,840,691

9.03%

I

o I. 2,304,341 1,555,677 29,429,618 766,500 294,842 1,632,614 66,780 2,609,326 125,812 3,821,037 1,883,787 1,486,680 217,514 1,043,937 1,804,480

I I

I I

95,405 0,

50,971,317 531,200

4,327,696 694,400 9,399,688

60,749,781 694,400 9,930,888

$179,471,082

$28,164,947

$228,254,916

78.63%

•: ••

.. ·•

5,015,834 109,180 : 8,375,423

0

12.34%

... W-16

TOTAL

95,405 0

62,906,828 694,400 10,822,392

12.47°/o

CAPITAL

5,015,834 109,180 8,375,423

4,362,858 694,400 10,247,392

78.61 11.1

PROGRAM

: .

.


OUR ESSENTIAL GOALS .· r

• • • •

• • • •

Maximize the achievement of all students by strengthening our district-wide Professional Learning Community Develop, deliver and implement a budget that strengthens and maximizes all of our resources while being fiscally responsible to our taxpayers Improve communication between and among all stakeholders Ensure equitable opportunities and optimal outcomes for ALL students and continue to review our elementary, middle and high school programs to ensure consonance with the latest research on educational excellence and 21st century learning Embrace technology as a tool to strengthen teaching and learning, and to effectively manage all District data Continue to address demographics and space needs to ensure exemplary learning environments for all students Support the physical and mental health and well-being of all District students and staff Continue to upgrade the safety, appearance, functionality and energy efficiency of all District buildings and grounds


PROPOSED

INCREASE

INCREASE

ADOPTED

ActUAl.

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

·2()14/1.5

$

"!..

2013/14.

~011/13

2011/12

2010'/U

CODE•·

DESCRIPTION

A1000

GENERAL SUPPORT - SUMMARY

Al000-000

BOARD OF EDUCATION

135,237

2,384

1.8%

132,853

108,298

113,226

104,829

Al240-000

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION

491,067

6,960

1.4%

484,107

474,102

480,194

504,572

Al300-000

FINANCE

1,592,476

(2,090)

-0.1%

1,594,566

1,490,099

1,464,487

1,518,927

A1400-000

STAFF

1,183,168

128,133

12.1%

1,055,o35

1,075,192

823,178

944,472

A1600-000

CENTRAL SERVICES

14,686,971

(151,174)

-1.0%

14,838,145

12,594,979

12,998,595

13,646,352

A1900-000

SPECIAL ITEMS

1,993,220

30,738

1.6%

1,962,482

1,839,686

2,096,317

2,595,494

AlOOO TOTALS

20,082,139

14,951

0.1%

20,067,188

17,582,357

17,975,996

19,314,647


B-2

Ariovrllo

·::::.:· ·.::·: . . . .

<$(

2opµf

ACll.IAL · AdvAL

20~¥t3

< )2~Vt2

CQP.E

DESCRIPTION

A1010

BOARD OF EDUCATION

AlOl0-400

OTHER EXPENSES

7,024

0

0.0%

7,024

0

197

450

AlOl0-475

TRAVEL & CONFERENCES

4,325

0

0.0%

4,325

1,311

4,367

3,274

AlOI0-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

3,784

0

0.0%

3,784

2,606

3,528

2,536

A1010 TOTALS

15,133

0

o.o•v.,

15,133

8,092

6,260

)2014/1$

.·%

>

3,917


A1010

BOARD OF EDUCATION

A1010-400

OTHER EXPENSES EXPENSES OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR PLAQUES, AWARDS, MEMBERSHIPS AND OTHER ITEMS ARE CHARGED TO THIS APPROPRIATION.

A1010-475

TRAVEL & CONFERENCES INCLUDES EXPENSES INCURRED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF OFFICIAL DUTIES, MANDATORY ATTENDANCE AT NEW BOARD MEMBER ORIENTATIONS AND SEMINARS HELD BY NEW YORK STATE SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION, AS WELL AS LEGISLATIVE AND MANDATORY FISCAL ACCOUNT ABILITY TRAINING.

A1010-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS SUPPLIES USED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS ARE CODED HERE. THEY INCLUDE SUCH ITEMS AS DIRECTORIES, SUBSCRIPTIONS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC. FOOD IS OCCASIONALLY PROVIDED WHEN MEETINGS ARE CONDUCTED DURING NORMAL MEAL HOURS.

5/20/14

A1010 B-3


B-4

..

: :

··

PROPOSED CODE

..

DESClUPTION

Al040

DISTRICT CLERK

A1040-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1040-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A1040-500

2014{15 ... .

INCREASE $

lNCREASE

•. • , %> ..

ADOPTED

~013/14

· ..

ACtu.U 2012/13

ACTtlAL 200/12

·.···

ACTUAL 2010{11 .·

75,559

884

1.2%

74,675

72,500

72,500

72,105

742

0

0.0%

742

0

91

60

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

1,021

0

0.0%

1,021

357

338

480

A1040 TOTALS

77,322

884

1.2'\t;,

76,438

72,857

72,929

72,645

1,750

0

0.0%

1,750

214

252

333

10,500

1,500

16.7%

9,000

9,629

8,731

8,476

2,600

0

0.0%

2,600

2, 153

2,352

2,008

19,102

0

().()%

19,102

15,040

14,460

14,185

0

0.0%

8,830

4,489

6,410

922

1,500

3.6'Yo

41,282

31,525

32,205

25,924

Al060

DISTRICT MEETING

A1060-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1060-4lX)

OTHER EXPENSES

A 1060-430

RENT AL, VOTING MACHINES

A1060-490

OTHER EXPENSES- BOCES

A !On0-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

8,8'.\0

A1060 TOTALS

42,782


IH94Q

DISTRICT CLERK

81040-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION COVERS THE SALARY OF THE DISTRICT CLERK. FORMAL APPOINTMENT TO THIS POSITION TAKES PLACE AT THE ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING IN JULY AT WHICH TIME THE SALARY OF THIS OFFICER IS ESTABLISHED. THE DISTRICT CLERK IS ALSO THE DISTRICT'S RECORDS ACCESS OFFICER UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LAW (FOIL).

A1040-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR THE RENTAL AND REPAIR OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT.

A1040-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS REQUIRED IN THE DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE ARE APPROPRIATED IN THIS ACCOUNT.

A1060

DISTRICT MEETING

8J 060_::_1-QQ

PERSONNEL SERVICES FEES PAID FOR ELECTION INSPECTORS AT VOTER REGISTRATION AND ELECTION.

A1060-400

OTHER EXPENSES INCLUDED ARE THE EXPENSES OF ADVERTISING, PRINTING AND OTHER CHARGES INCIDENTAL TO THE CONDUCT OF AN ELECTION.

8_]_060-4=1.Q

RENTAL, VOTING MACHINES VOTING MACHINES USED FOR DISTRICT MEETINGS ARE RENTED FROM THE SUFFOLK COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS. DURING THE TIME THESE MACHINES ARE IN USE, THE DISTRICT IS REQUIRED TO PAY FOR A BOARD OF ELECTIONS EMPLOYEE TO BE PRESENT.

81060-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR A COMPUTERIZED VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEM, SHAREPOINT (PAPERLESS BOARD MEETINGS) THROUGH BOCES.

A1060-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS BOOKS OF REGISTRATION, FILING MATERIALS AND OTHER OFFICE MATERIALS AS REQUIRED BY THE BOARD OF REGISTRY AND ELECTION CLERKS IN THE CONDUCTING OF THE DISTRICT MEETINGS ARE CHARGED TO THIS ACCOUNT.

5/20/14

A1040/A1060 B-5


B-6

.

.: <::<

.· CQl)E

\ <·.·

DE~ClUPT10N •· •· .·

ioi#is<

A1240

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR

Al240-150/160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1240-400

OTHER EXPENSES

Al240-475

TRAVEL & CONFERENCES

A1240-500

>

AI)()VlllP ...... ACTUAL

PROPOSED

2t).13/l.~

.. .

j-01~3

>ACrOAL

.2lnl/lZ

>

<

...

A~A~ .20W/ll

>

458,063

6,960

1.5%

451,103

444,495

446,146

476,338

8,866

0

0.0%

8,866

13,415

8,685

12,237

0

0

0.0%

0

1,061

402

530

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

24,138

0

0.0%

24,138

15,130

24,960

15,467

A1240 TOTALS

491,067

6,960

1.4%

484,107

474,102

480,194

504,572


81240

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR

A 1240-150/ 160

PERSONNEL SERVICES PROVIDES FOR THE SALARY AND CONTRACTUAL PAYMENTS FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS AND CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF.

A1240-400

OTHER EXPENSES PROVIDES FOR OFFICE EQUIPMENT LEASE AND REPAIR, MEMBERSHIP FEES, AND OTHER CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES. FUNDS ARE INCLUDED FOR NYS COUNCIL OF SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS AND SUFFOLK COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP FEES.

A1240-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS PROVIDES FOR THE CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES USED BY THE OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT, SUCH AS BOOKS, STATIONERY, COPIER PAPER, AND OTHER OFFICE SUPPLIES. FOOD IS OCCASIONALLY PROVIDED WHEN MEETINGS ARE CONDUCTED DURING NORMAL MEAL HOURS.

5/20/14

A1240

B-7


B-8

~~i>l~i

~cp?A!J

>zo1#.J,~

Al310

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Al310-150/160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1310-400

OTHER EXPENSES

Al310-472

ADVERTISING

Al310-475

TRAVEL & CONFERENCE

A1310-490

A1310-500

1,327,757

(3,090)

-0.2%

1,330,847

1,264,680

1,242,717

1,258,182

110,565

0

0.0%

110,565

75,003

99,920

108,879

7,000

0

0.0%

7,000

1,974

3,094

5,153

0

0

0.0%

0

0

1,522

2,350

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

12,161

0

0.0%

12,161

21,081

11,036

10,767

SUPPLIES & MATERI ALS

11,745

0

0.0%

11,745

7,113

11,361

10,878

-0.2'1..

1,472,318

1,369,649

1,396,209

Al310 TOTALS

1,469,228

(3,090)

1,369,851


A1310

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

A 1310-150/ 160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR THE SALARY PAYMENTS FOR THE OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR FINANCE & FACILITIES, INCLUDING THE PURCHASING AND ACCOUNTING OFFICES STAFF.

A 1310-400/472

OTHER EXPENSES/ ADVERTISING THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR THE COSTS OF THE RENTAL AND REPAIR OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT, MEMBERSHIPS, LEGAL ADVERTISING, COOPERATIVE BID PURCHASING CONTRACT, AND ACCOUNTING AND STATE AID CONSULTING SERVICES. ALSO INCLUDED IS AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ANNUAL DISTRICTWIDE FIXED ASSETS INVENTORY UPDATE.

A1310-490

OTHER EXPENSES - SPECIAL SERVICES FROM BOCES THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES PURCHASING COOPERATIVE AND QUESTAR STATE AID PLANNING.

A 1310-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES AND PAPER FOR THE OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR FINANCE AND FACILITIES, PURCHASING AND ACCOUNTING.

5/20/14

A1310

B-9


B-10

... ~ < ' .. :

;:

~.: ~

::;;;:~;:Y<i::.":: :;:·;.?~;(;:::-/

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··••.~~··•·•·

-< ;:\>=;._./;;::;

::i>::::: _.-

( ~PfUAL A~J\L

. . ~~stt4 >• ~Q1~A

..

2Pim2..

tLUo/t~

Al320

AUDITING

A1320-442

AUDITING- EXTERNAL AUDITOR

50,500

1,000

2.0%

49,500

48,500

26,475

46,500

Al320-443

AUDITING- INTERNAL AUDITOR

46,396

0

0.0%

46,396

45,396

41,613

45,396

A1320-444

AUDITING - CLAIMS AUDITOR

26,352

0

0.0%

26,352

26,352

26,352

26,352

A1320 TOTALS

123,248

1,000

0.8''.lo

122,248

120,248

94,440

118,248

A1325

DISTRICT TREASURER

A1325-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

398

4,470

Al325 TOTALS

0

0

0.0°;.,

0

0

398

4,470


A1320

AUDITING

A1320-442

EXTERNAL AUDITOR IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, THE FINANCIAL RECORDS OF THE DISTRICT ARE AUDITED ANNUALLY BY AN INDEPENDENT CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNT ANT. THIS APPOINTMENT IS MADE AT THE ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING IN JULY. ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS CODE ARE FUNDS FOR GASB 34 REQUIREMENTS.

A1320-443

INTERNAL AUDITOR FUNDS ARE PROVIDED IN THIS CODE FOR AN INTERNAL AUDITOR FUNCTION IN COMPLIANCE WITH NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATION CHAPTER 263.

A1320-444

CLAIMS AUDITOR THIS CODE PROVIDES FUNDS FOR A CLAIMS AUDITOR IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEW YORK STATE REQUIREMENTS.

A1325

DISTRICT TREASURER

A 1325-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THE EXPENSES OF THE DISTRICT TREASURER ARE CHARGED TO THIS ACCOUNT. FORMAL APPOINTMENT TO THIS POSITION TAKES PLACE AT THE ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING IN JULY. THESE DUTIES ARE COMPLETED, WITH NO ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION, AS PART OF AN EXISTING STAFF MEMBER'S RESPONSIBILITIES.

5/20/14

A1320/A1325 B-11


B-12

A~k . ACroAL ..•. ~~1~:

OES~QN A1420

LEGAL SERVICE

A1420-441

RETAINER FEE

A1420-448

MISC. LEGAL SERVICES/LITIGATION

A1420-449

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

A1420 TOTALS

z()~~~

.

<

ZITTt/ti .••• ••

2~~1

51,000

1,000

2.0%

50,000

50,000

87,029

150,901

325,000

60,000

22.6%

265,000

256,364

0

0

60,000

0

0.0%

60,000

68,984

0

0

436,000

61,000

16.3"/,,

375,000

375,348

87,029

150,901


A 1420

LEGAL SERVICES

A 1420-441

LEGAL RETAINER THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE DISTRICT AND INCLUDES A BASIC RETAINER FEE FOR GENERAL COUNSEL AND LABOR COUNSEL SERVICES FOR THE DISTRICT.

A 1420-448

LEGAL SERVICES/LITIGATION THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE ESTIMATED FEES FOR LITIGATION, STUDENT DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS, IMPARTIAL HEARINGS AND OTHER GENERAL EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION RELATED EXPENSES. PERSONNEL RELATED MATTERS, INCLUDING GRIEVANCES AND ARBITRATIONS, ARE ALSO CHARGED HERE. ALL OUT-OF-RETAINER LEGAL EXPENSES HAVE BEEN COLLAPSED INTO CODE 1420-448 FROM 2010-441, 2250-441 AND 1430-441.

A 1420-449

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES, HEARING OFFICERS AND OTHER CHARGES RELATED TO LITIGATION OR DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS.

5/20/14

A1420 B-13


B-14

... >>> ..

PROPOSED

zinw

CODE

DESCRll'TlQN .

Al430

PERSONNEL/DISTRICT-WIDE ADMlNISTRATION

A1430-150/160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1430-400

OTHER EXPENSES

Al430-401

STAFF DEVELOPMENT

A1430-440

INCREASE •. $.

~~CREASE

Hu%•····

Al)QM'ED

Z013Jlf

.

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

ACTUAL<

<2()1~3

2-0ll/1~

.·. 2fu®L<

617,981

65,995

12.0%

551,986

563,135

510,449

518,459

2,250

0

0.0%

2,250

0

363

364

24,000

0

0.0%

24,000

29,000

2,675

9,219

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

0

0

0.0%

0

2,909

1,000

982

A1430-441

LEGAL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

22,244

33,402

A1430-449

PRO/TECH SERVICES

22,500

0

0.0%

22,500

12,236

11,738

14,249

A1430-472

ADVERTISING

1,000

1,000

100.0%

0

959

724

30,048

A1430-475

TRAVEL & CONFERENCES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

1,928

1,759

A1430-490

OTHER EXPENSES- BOCES

12,051

0

0.0%

12,051

9,411

9,325

9,185

Al430-500

SUPPLIES & 1v1ATERIALS

12,848

0

0.0%

12,848

7,484

7,125

10,501

692,630

66,995

10.7°/o

625,635

625,134

567,570

62S,1SS

A1430 TOTALS


A1430

DISTRICTWIDE ADMINISTRATION

A 1430-150/160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS ALLOCATION REFLECTS THE SALARIES OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT AND SUPPORT STAFF.

A 1430-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION INCLUDES FUNDS FOR MEMBERSHIPS, SERVICE AGREEMENTS ON OFFICE MACHINES AND PRINTING EXPENSES FOR THE OFFICE OF DISTRICTWIDE ADMINISTRATION.

A1430-401

STAFF DEVELOPMENT THIS CATEGORY PROVIDES FUNDS FOR CONTRACTUAL INSERVICE TRAINING OF NYS CERTIFIED STAFF MEMBERS, SUBSTITUTE EMPLOYEES, STAFF MENTORING AND NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION.

A 1430-440

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 1430-400.

A 1430-441

LEGAL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A1420-448 (SEE PAGE B13).

A 1430-449

PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION INCLUDES EXPENSES FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR FINGERPRINTING OF ALL NEW PARAPROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES PER CONTRACT AGREEMENT AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH SAVE LEGISLATION. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT FOR THE DISTRICTWIDE ON-LINE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION SYSTEM.

A1430-472

ADVERTISING THIS APPROPRIATION COVERS ADVERTISING COSTS FOR THE OFFICE OF DISTRICTWIDE ADMINISTRATION.

A 1430-490

BOCES - REGIONAL CERTIFICATION SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION COVERS THE FEE TO THE BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR REGIONAL CERTIFICATION AND NEGOTIATIONS INFORMATION SERVICE.

A 1430-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION INCLUDES ALL OFFICE SUPPLIES, PAPER AND FORMS USED BY THE OFFICE OF DISTRICTWIDE ADMINISTRATION.

5/20/14

B-15

A1430


B-16 <)~:~~(

lNC~ASE l~CR~A~ ~IIT:En < ~;¥t4 .·

CODE

O~SCRtPTIO~

A1460

RECORDS MANAGEMENT

A1460-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1460-400

OTHER EXPENSES

7,200

A1460-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A1460 TOTALS

$/

><

•••

AquAL

<

2011/l?

Acru%~

21)tlt/l~.>

0.0%

0

0

10,783

7,814

(100)

-1.4%

7,300

7,267

6,287

5,418

1,750

(100)

-5.4%

1,850

0

1,303

190

8,950

(200)

-2.2%

9,150

7,267

18,373

13,421

0

0

o/t1


A1460

RECORDS MANAGEMENT THIS CATEGORY RECORDS EXPENDITURES FOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.

A 1460-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION INCLUDES FUNDS FOR MAINTENANCE OF MICROFILM READER-PRINTERS AND RECORDS CONVERSION. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE INCLUDED FOR OFFSITE DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION FEES.

A 1460-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS INCLUDES FUNDS FOR BOXES, LABELS AND READER/PRINTER SUPPLIES USED IN THE RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.

A1460

5/20/14 B-17


B-18

··;::<~ ;:>:'.;~;;, ·.·..

CODE

····•••Ol1$(t~IPTION

A1480

PUBLIC INFORMATION & SERVICES

A1480-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A1480-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

A1480 TOTALS

··PROPOSED .·. .. ·. .

,·,'.'

. .

~~4/t5

'

.

rN<ttffiA.sE: > >t>

tNCREAsE

<. . . %

ADOPTinJ ·. ·.·.· ...... · .

2{)13/lf

ACTUAL

·z-012/13

· Acit.JAt

ACTUAt

·. 20}ytz> ••.. 2l~W/l1

38,500

0

0.0%

38,500

16,764

45,561

47,122

7,088

338

5.0%

6,750

50,680

104,646

104,840

45,588

338

0.7'Y.1

45,250

67,443

150,206

151,962


A 1480

PUBLIC INFORMATION AND SERVICES

A 1480-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE PRINTING AND OCCASIONAL MAILING OF PUBLIC INFORMATION SERVICES INCLUDING THE DISTRICT NEWSLETTER, AQUATICS PROGRAM INFORMATION, ADULT EDUCATION BROCHURES, THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND SPORTS AWARDS PROGRAM.

A 1480-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES REPRESENTS PAYMENTS TO BOCES FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION SERVICES. BOCES AID, WHICH IS RECEIVED THE YEAR FOLLOWING THE EXPENSE, PARTIALLY OFFSETS THIS COST.

5/20/14

A1480 B-19


B-20

A1620/A1621/0PERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PLANT/SECURITY - SUMMARY A1622 THESE MAJOR FUNCTION CODES INCLUDE ALL APPROPRIATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH KEEPING THE PHYSICAL PLANT OPEN AND READY FOR USE AND FOR MAINTAINING EXISTING GROUNDS, BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT. INCLUDED ARE CLEANING, HEATING, LIGHTING, COMMUNICATIONS, POWER, FUEL AND OTHER SUCH HOUSEKEEPING ACTIVITIES AS ARE REPEATED REGULARLY ON A DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY OR SEASONAL BASIS. THIS FUNCTION CODE IS ALSO USED TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN AND REPAIR FIXED BUILDING EQUIPMENT AND OTHER EQUIPMENT WHICH CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED WITH ANOTHER FUNCTION. THE CODING FOR THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN SEPARATED INTO A1620 - OPERATION OF PLANT AND A1621 MAINTENANCE OF PLANT IN ORDER TO ADHERE TO NEW YORK STATE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT (ST-3) CODING. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR DISTRICTWIDE SECURITY, CODED AS A 1622.

5/20/14

A 1620/A 1621/A1622


B-21

INCREASE

·.. CODE

I;>E$ClUl'l'JON

Al620

OPERATION OF PLANT - SUMMARY

A1621

MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - SUMMARY

A1622

SECURITY

®4/t.5.

..

· 1Nc;~~ASE

$.

ADOrr~n>. Z(l:t~H /

.. %

ACTUAL ...

'

ACTUAL

A.CTUAL

.

~Z'P

20i:1a2. .

w,~:t.

A1620/1621/ 1622 - 160

8,523,836

(209,131)

-2.4%

8,732,967

8,057,682

8,270,239

8,003,955

EQUIPMENT

132,000

50,000

61.0%

82,000

91,953

63,823

89,180

CONTRACTED REP AIRS

472,750

(20,000)

-4.1 %

492,750

395,703

443,387

415,061

CONTRACTED SERVICES

463,700

19,254

4.3%

444,446

315,638

497,599

433,294

3,336,000

6,000

0.2%

3,330,000

2,230,624

2,227,530

3,111,044

641,260

(19,740)

-3.0%

661,000

570,879

607,759

637,986

13,569,546

(173,617)

-1.3°/o

13,743,163

11,662,479

12,110,337

12,690,520

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1620/ 1621/1622 - 200/230

A1621 - 466/469

A 1620/1621/ 1622 - 400/490

Al620-450

UTILITIES

A1620/ 1621/1622 - 500/562

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A1620/A1621 TOTALS


B-22

~OPOSED CODE

DESCIUPTION

A1620

OPERATION OF PLANT

A1620-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

·%/

~4/15

/~~:o

ACTUAL.. . Z01:¥,13 •. .

~CITUAL ~()ll/12

~q1J~L> 2.(llqtll

6,141,060

(220,819)

-3.5%

6,361,879

5,829,415

6,078,608

5,885,614

1,850,617

35,844

2.0%

1,814,773

1,735,677

1,684,156

1,609,472

532,159

(24,156)

-4.3%

556,315

492,590

507,475

508,868

8,523,836

(209,131)

-2.4'Vi,

8,732,967

8,057,682

8,270,239

8,003,955

SUPERVISION/CLERICAL CUSTODIANS

A1621

MAINTENANCE OF PLANT

A1621-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES SUPERVISION/CLERICAL MAINTENANCE GROUNDS MECHANICS

Al622

SECURITY

A1622-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES SECURITY GUARDS

A1620/21/22-160 TOTALS


A1620/A1621 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - PERSONNEL SERVICES A1622-160 THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR SALARIES OF THE STAFF OF THE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DEPARTMENT INCLUDING THE FACILITIES ADMINISTRATOR, CLERICAL STAFF, SECURITY GUARDS, CUSTODIANS, MAINTENANCE STAFF AND GROUNDSKEEPERS. IT INCLUDES FUNDS FOR BASE WAGES, SUBSTITUTES, OVERTIME AND SEASONAL WORK. IN ADDITION, A PORTION OF THE MECHANIC'S TIME WHICH IS SPENT REPAIRING DISTRICT VEHICLES OTHER THAN BUSES IS REFLECTED HERE AS WELL.

5/20/14

A 1620/A 1621/A 1622 B-23


B-24

;::··::·:.:.:.:::·

PRQPOSEP> CODE

OESCR;IM'{ON

A1620

OPERATION OF PLANT - EQUIPMENT

A1620-200

PLAYGROUND EQ. & SIGN

2014/ts

tNc~tASE

INCREASE

$

'%

APOPTEP . ~n/l~

0

0

0.0%

0

110,000

50,000

83.3%

60,000

0

0

0.0%

0

0

22,000

132,000

0

AC11.1AL

ACTUAL

201l/1:2:

· 2010/1,1,: ...

0

24,855

13,369

13,012

5,029

0

0

14,673

12,174

0.0%

0

35,100

29,253

44,800

0

0.0%

22,000

43,483

6,884

2,322

50,000

61.0'Y.1

82,000

91,953

63,823

- offset by donations

Al620/1621-200

CUSTODIAL/MAINT /GROUNDS EQUIP

A1620-230

FACILITIES EQUIPMENT

A1621

MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - EQUIPMENT

A1621-200

MAINT /GROUNDS EQUIPMENT

A1622

SECURITY

A1622-200

SECURITY EQUIPMENT

A1620/A1621-200 TOTALS

89,180


A1620/1621/ OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PLANT/SECURITY - EQUIPMENT 1622 THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES REPLACEMENT AND NEW EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN CLEANING AND MINOR REPAIR BY THE MAINTENANCE, GROUNDS AND CUSTODIAL PERSONNEL. IN ADDITION, REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT REQUESTED BY BUILDING PRINCIPALS IS INCLUDED. REPLACEMENT AND NEW FURNITURE USED IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM IS FOUND IN CODE 2110. ITEMS UNDER $500 HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED TO THE SUPPLY CODE IN COMPLIANCE WITH GASB34. BUILDING

ITEM

A1620/1621 -200

DISTRICTWIDE

DISTRICTWIDE CUSTODIAL, MAINTENANCE AND GROUNDS EQUIPMENT

A 1622-200

SECURITY

TOTAL

SECURITY CAMERAS, DVRS, OTHER SECURITY EQUIPMENT ITEMS DISTRICTWIDE

A1620/1621/1622~200

TOTAL

5/20/14 B-25

110,000

22,000

$132,000


B-26

r~BrosED . INdREASE •• lNCR~ASE

2M4/ls> •. . ·.

CODE

P~S~IM1QN

Al621

MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - OTHER EXPENSE

A1621-466

CONTRACTED-MAINTENANCE &

< f . .· .· . %

ADOPTED 2013/14

·. A¢tiJAL ·. )1112113

A=~L·····~itt

472,750

79,000

20.1%

393,750

293,760

363,654

340,039

0

(99,000)

-100.0%

99,000

101,943

79,733

75,023

472,750

(20,000)

-4.l'Yo

492,750

395,703

443,387

415,061

GROUNDS EXPENSE

A1621-469

PLANT PROJECTS

A1621-466/469 TOTALS


A 1621-466

MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - OTHER EXPENSE

THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR CONTRACTED SERVICES FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. IT INCLUDES ALL CONTRACTED REPAIR SERVICES FOR MAINTENANCE OF SOUND/LIGHTING SYSTEMS, PLUMBING/HEATING SYSTEMS, ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL SYSTEMS, FUEL TANK REPAIRS, UNDERGROUND UTILITY SERVICE REPAIRS, ELEVATORS, DUCT CLEANING, SEWERS/DRAINS, TREE SERVICE, FENCING, ROOFING SYSTEMS, PAVED AREAS, ETC., AS WELL AS RENTAL OF SPECIAL EQUIPMENT USED TO CARE FOR THE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. IT ALSO INCLUDES FUNDS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ATHLETIC FIELDS DISTRICTWIDE. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF SECURITY/SAFETY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM, HAS BEEN MOVED TO A1622-400. PLANT PROJECTS PREVIOUSLY CODED TO A1621-469 HAVE BEEN MOVED TO THE A1621-466 CODE.

5/20/14

A1621 B-27


B-28

P~Ql'-OSEI) .

INctUlASli

ACTUAL

ACTUAi> 201q'11.

COOE

l)ES~J.P'I'lO:N

A1620

OPERATION OF PLANT - CONTRACTED SERVICES

A1620-449

PROFFS5IONAL/TECHNICAL SVCES

90,000

0

0.0%

90,000

46,700

81,473

57,766

A1620-460

CART AGE & DUMP FEES

75,000

0

0.0%

75,000

67,741

61,995

53,809

A1620-463

UNIFORM RENT AL

0

0

0.0%

()

5,245

17,297

18,177

A1620-478

TELEPHONE

262,000

(1,000)

-OA%

263,000

176,970

181,673

187,489

Al620-490

BOCES SERVICES

254

3.0%

8,-1-16

8,107

7,588

7,509

A1621

MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - CONTRACTED SERVICES

A 1621-400

GROUNDS EQUIP REPAIRS

0

0

0.0%

0

()

4,676

9,501

A1621--165

EQUIP/ BLDG REP AIRS

0

0

0.0%

0

5,000

134,363

79,063

A1622

SECURITY/SAFETY/ALARM SYSTEMS- CONTRACTED SERVICES

Al622-.J.OO

CONTRACT EXPENSE

28,000

20,000

250.0%

8,000

5,875

8,534

19,980

463,700

19,254

-t.:V\1

444,446

315,638

497,599

A1620/A1621/A1622 TOTALS

2014/lS >

'Yo ..

$

8,700

201m4

201'.l/12

433,294


A1620/1621

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - CONTRACTED SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR SERVICES PERFORMED BY OTHERS UNDER CONTRACT TO THE DISTRICT; CONTRACTOR SUPPLIES, LABOR AND MATERIALS.

A1620-449

PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL SERVICES THIS ALLOCATION COVERS COSTS FOR ALL TECHNICAL, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENGINEERING SURVEYS, REPORTS, TESTS AND PROPOSALS.

A1620-460

CARTAGE PROVIDES FOR CONTRACT REFUSE REMOVAL AND RECYCLING, AS WELL AS PRIVATE RECYCLERS FEES.

A1620-478

TELECOMMUNICATIONS REPRESENTS COSTS FOR TELEPHONE, INTERNET ACCESS CHARGES, USAGE CHARGES, AND THE MAINTENANCE COST OF DISTRICT OWNED TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT.

A1620-490

BOCES SERVICES REPRESENTS FEES FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY/RISK MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR VARIOUS DISTRICT EMPLOYEES, AS MANDATED BY STATE AND FEDERAL LAW.

A1621-400/ -465

REPAIR OF EQUIPMENT/BUILDING REPAIRS THIS ALLOCATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A1621-466.

A1622-400

SECURITY - CONTRACT EXPENSE THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR CENTRAL STATION MONITORING OF BURGULAR/MECHANICAL AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS.

5/20/14

A1620/1621 B-29


B-30

PROPOSE)) . ·cooE A1620-450

Q~SCRlPTION

.. 2014/1$ ..

JN CREASE ....... "!ti

lNCREASE

$

ADOPTED

ACTUAL

.ACTUAL

2Pt¥14

%011./13

2011/1~

ACTUAL·· 2010/11

OPERATION OF PLANT -FUELS & UTILITIES

100,000

0

0.0%

100,000

0

0

22,805

2,100,000

0

0.0%

2,100,000

1,498,254

1,467,886

1,975,471

36,000

6,000

20.0%

30,000

33,092

28,970

22,649

GAS

1,100,000

0

0.0%

1,100,000

699,278

730,673

1,090,118

A1620-450 TOTALS

3,336,000

6,000

0.2°;.,

3,330,000

2,230,624

2,227,530

Al620-454

OIL

A1620-455

ELECTRIC

A1620-456

WATER

A1620-457

3,111,044


A 1620-450

OPERATION OF PLANT - FUELS AND UTILITIES THESE APPROPRIATIONS ARE FOR THE FUEL OIL, ELECTRIC, WATER AND GAS USED TO OPERATE THE BUILDINGS OF THE DISTRICT EXCEPT THE TRANSPORTATION CENTER, WHICH IS APPROPRIATED IN CODE 5530-454. NEW BOILERS INSTALLED UNDER THE CAPITAL PROJECT ARE DUAL FIRED SO THAT THE DISTRICT CAN SELECT THE MOST BENEFICIAL FUEL FROM AN ECONOMICAL POINT OF VIEW. MORE MONEY IS BEING ALLOCATED FOR GAS THAN OIL BECAUSE GAS HAS BEEN LESS EXPENSIVE. THIS MAY CHANGE DURING THE YEAR, REQUIRING A REALLOCATION OF BUDGETED AMOUNTS. THE DISTRICT HAS INSTITUTED CONSERVATION MEASURES THROUGH LOWER USAGE TO OFFSET RISING PRICES, WHICH ARE REFLECTED HERE IN THE 2014/15 BUDGET YEAR PROJECTIONS.

A1620

5/20/14 B-31


B-32 . <<<·>.·. ·.:

~OPOSED •[Nq&El~~

.

.

21)14/1$

.$

GC)DE •

DE$¢Ril'T:lON

A1620

OPERATION OF PLANT - SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A1620-500

GENERAL OFFICE SUPPLIES

A1620-540/542

GENERAL CLEANING SUPPLIES

A1620-578

TELEPHONE SYSTEM SUPPLIES

A1621

MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A1621-545

MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES

Al621-546

PLANT PROJECTS (IN-HOUSE)

0

A1621-551

PAINTING SUPPLIES

A1621-553

GROUNDS SUPPLIES

A1622

SECURITY - SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A1622-500

SECURITY SUPPLIES

A1620/A1621/A1622 TOTALS

'·.

.INCREASE

ADON£0.

%.

2,(113/14

ACTUAL. ~1W13

AOTUAL . 201l!li

ActlJAL

wWu

3,000

0

0.0%

3,000

2,999

2,054

1,722

192,855

(19,740)

-9.3%

212,595

193,719

197,119

200,699

10,000

0

0.0%

10,000

1,245

4,904

6,374

29,000

9.9%

292,405

257,755

290,035

313,077

(19,000)

-100.0%

19,000

15,890

2,169

9,015

0

(30,000)

-100.0%

30,000

24,893

31,146

23,459

90,000

20,000

28.6%

70,000

65,623

71,231

61,162

24,000

0

0.0%

24,000

8,755

9,103

22,479

-3.0°/.,

661,000

570,879

607,759

321,405

641,260

(19,740)

637,986


8.J620/1621/ !500/540/545/ ยง53

Qf>_E_B8.TION AND MAINTENANCE OF PLANT - SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION INCLUDES PURCHASE PRICE, PACKAGING AND SHIPPING CHARGES OF SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS USED BY CUSTODIANS, GROUNDSMEN, MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL AND OTHERS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION OF THE PHYSICAL PLANTS. SUPPLIES ARE DEFINED AS ITEMS OF AN EXPENDABLE NATURE THAT ARE CONSUMED, WORN OUT OR DETERIORATED IN USE; OR ITEMS THAT LOSE THEIR IDENTITY THROUGH FABRICATION OR INCORPORATION INTO A DIFFERENT OR MORE COMPLEX UNIT OR STRUCTURE. THEY INCLUDE WAX, SOAP, LIGHT BULBS, PAINT, LUMBER, ELECTRICAL WIRE, ETC. INCLUDED IN THIS CODE ARE HEALTH AND SAFETY ITEMS PROVIDED FOR CUSTODIAL, MAINTENANCE AND GROUNDSMEN BY CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT. ALSO INCLUDED IN 553 IS A SNOW CONTINGENCY APPROPRIATION. EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500 AND MATERIALS UTILIZED BY THE MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT FOR IN-HOUSE PLANT PROJECTS ARE ALSO CODED HERE.

8.1620-578

TELEPHONE SYSTEM SUPPLIES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR SUPPLIES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT TELEPHONE SYSTEM.

A1622-500

SECURITY SUPPLIES FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR SUPPLIES FOR DISTRICTWIDE SECURITY SERVICES. INCLUDED IN THIS CODE ARE FUNDS FOR SECURITY CAMERA UPGRADES.

5/20/14

A1620/A1621 B-33


B-34

PROPOSED

CODE

DE$CRll'TIOJN

Al670

CENTRAL PRINTING AND MAILING

Al670-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A1670-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A1670-473

OTHER EXPENSES-POSTAGE

A1670-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A1670 TOTALS

<2014/15< .

>INCREASE .··· INCREASE

) /$ ..•..• •••••·· <>< k 0

< <

ADoPTED

~1:¥14>

.

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

~01lp2

Wto/lf

61,526

5,762

10.3%

55,764

57,046

45,227

27,515

4,950

0

0.0%

4,950

3,216

2,980

2,806

152,500

0

0.0%

152,500

99,512

113,290

116,300

4,050

0

0.0%

4,050

2,957

2,571

3,650

223,026

5,762

2.7'Vo

217,264

162,731

164,068

150,272


A 1670

CENTRAL PRINTING AND MAILING

A1670-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES PROVIDES FOR THE SALARY OF A DISTRICTWIDE PHOTOCOPY MACHINE OPERATOR, AND SUBSTITUTE SALARY EXPENSES.

A 1670-400

OTHER EXPENSES INCLUDES POSTAGE EQUIPMENT RENTAL FEES, REPAIR COSTS AND SERVICE AGREEMENTS.

A 1670-473

POSTAGE THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR DISTRICTWIDE COSTS OF POSTAGE, SHIPPING CHARGES AND BULK RATE MAILINGS. THE DISTRICT ALWAYS LOOKS FOR COST SAVINGS MEASURES BY COMBINING MAILINGS TO SAVE POSTAGE AND/OR UTILIZING ELECTRONIC MEANS OF COMMUNICATION.

A1670-500

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS THIS CATEGORY PROVIDES FOR INTEROFFICE MAIL SUPPLIES USED BY ALL SCHOOLS IN THE DISTRICT.

5/20/14

A1670 B-35


B-36

A1680

MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS

A1680-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

466,768

7,239

1.6%

459,529

439,988

424,446

427,126

A1680-200

EQUIPMENT

115,931

0

0.0%

115,931

51,551

88,217

135,431

A1680-400

CONTRACT SERVICES

182,000

8,592

5.0%

173,408

166,946

106,064

149,615

A1680-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

97,000

0

0.0%

97,000

89,334

73,522

68,660

A1680-500/520

SUPPLIES & t-.IA TERIALS

32,700

850

2.7%

31,850

21,951

31,942

24,729

894,399

16,681

1.9'\1(,

877,718

769,769

724,191

A1680 TOTALS

805,560


A1680

MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS (MIS} THIS FUNCTION REPRESENTS COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH IN-HOUSE DATA PROCESSING APPLICATIONS USED FOR PAYROLL, BUDGETARY ACCOUNTING, PERSONNEL REPORTING, PUPIL PERSONNEL REPORTING, GRADE REPORTING, SCHEDULING, TRANSCRIPTS, PERMANENT RECORDS, AND STATE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. IN ADDITION, THE MIS DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS, WHICH IS CODED TO 1620-478.

A 1680-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS ALLOCATION REPRESENTS FUNDING FOR A NETWORK SYSTEMS COORDINATOR, NETWORK AND COMPUTER TECHNICIANS AND CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF.

A 1680-200

EQUIPMENT THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR SERVERS, CISCO SWITCHES, REPLACEMENT OF COMPUTERS DISTRICTWIDE, PRINTERS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S WIDE AREA NETWORK AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.

A 1680-400

CONTRACT SERVICES SOFTWARE SYSTEM AND APPLICATION MAINTENANCE COSTS AND LICENSING FEES, SERVICE CONTRACT COSTS FOR HARDWARE, NETWORK CABLING AND DISTRICTWIDE SOFTWARE IS INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, TRAINING AND SUPPORT SERVICE.

A 1680-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR STUDENT ASSESSMENT DATA PROCESSING, TEST SCORING, AND NYSTART PARENT REPORT PRINTING FOR ELA AND MATH TESTS. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE INCLUDED FOR BARS (NYS ASSESSMENT SOFTWARE} AND PRELIMINARY SCORE REPORTS.

A 1680-500

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS PROVIDED FOR HERE IS MONEY TO PURCHASE EXPENDABLE ITEMS SUCH AS PRINT CARTRIDGES, ACCOUNTING FORMS, ID CARDS AND OTHER COMPUTER RELATED SUPPLIES, AS WELL AS EQUIPMENT UNDER $500.

5/20/14

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A1910-400

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1,236,707

26,254

2.2%

1,210,453

1,106,349

1,079,362

1,438,807

A1910TOTALS

1,236,707

26,254

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1,210,453

1,106,349

1,079,362

1,438,807

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SPECIAL ITEMS - UNALLOCATED INSURANCE THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE PROPERTY AND LIABILITY INSURANCE COVERAGES OF THE DISTRICT. SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION CODE 5510-422 FOR SCHOOL VEHICLE LIABILITY.

INCLUDED IN THIS ALLOCATION ARE: BASIC LIABILITY PROPERTY VEHICLE EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY BOILER AND MACHINERY EXCESS LIABILITY COMMERCIAL CRIME STUDENT ACCIDENT* JUDGEMENT & CLAIMS** TOTAL:

*

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PROPOSED 2014/15

ADOPTED 2013/14

ACTUAL 2012/13

ACTUAL 2011/12

ACTUAL 2010/11

455,037 303,050 76,569 93,200 26,537 144,065 8,560 129,689 0

457,614 298,902 77,733 94,633 27, 170 142,632 8,967 102,802 0

426,013 271,729 70,666 86,030 24,700 129,666 8,152 89,393 0

395,903 258,416 68,204 82,257 24,613 133, 146 8, 152 80,954 27,717

412, 149 207,470 88,599 75,338 19,771 137,060 8,152 83, 105 407, 163

$1,210,453

$1,106,349

$1,079,362

$1,236,707

$1,438,807

A PORTION OF STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE IS EXPENSED IN THE TRANSPORTATION CODE FOR STATE AID PURPOSES. STUDENT ACCIDENT COVERAGE IS PROJECTED AT A 25% INCREASE OVER 2013/14 ACTUAL DUE SPECIFICALLY TO CLAIMS HISTORY. THE 2010/11 JUDGEMENT & CLAIMS INCLUDES THE SETTLEMENT OF A CLAIM FOR WORK PERFORMED UNDER A BUILDING PROJECT. THE EXPENSE WAS RECORDED HERE BUT OFFSET BY USE OF OUR LIABILITY RESERVE.

5/20/14

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15,120

14,945

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0

0.0%

19,390

15,518

15,120

14,945


A1920-400

SCHOOL ASSOCIATION DUES THIS APPROPRIATION REPRESENTS DUES TO THE NEW YORK STATE SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION, THE NASSAUSUFFOLK SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION AND SCOPE.

5/20/14

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0

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0

0

0.0%

0

BOCES-ADMIN./CAPITAL CHARGES

702,123

4,484

0.6%

A1981 TOTALS

702,123

4,484

TAN ISSUE EXPENSE & REFUNDS

35,000

A1989TOTALS

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412,831

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412,831

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688,141

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685,513

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697,639

688,141

690,296

685,513

0

0.0%

35,000

29,678

44,995

43,399

0

0.0%

35,000

29,678

44,995

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43,399


A 1980-400

MT A TAX THE MTA TAX HAD BEEN REPEALED UNDER CURRENT LEGISLATION.

A1981-490

BOCES - ADMINISTRATIVE CAPITAL CHARGE ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES OF WESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES ARE PAID BY EACH PARTICIPATING SCHOOL DISTRICT. EACH DISTRICT'S SHARE OF THE COST IS PRO-RATED ON THE BASIS OF A THREE YEAR RESIDENT WEIGHTED AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE. STATE AID IS RECEIVED ON THIS ITEM. CHARGES INCLUDE COSTS FOR COSER #1 ADMINISTRATIVE, AND COSER #2 CAPITAL AND RENTAL PAYMENTS.

A1989-400

TAN ISSUE EXPENSE THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF NOTES FOR TEMPORARY BORROWING OF FUNDS. IT INCLUDES PRINTING THE NOTES, SPECIAL BOND COUNSEL, INDEPENDENT INVESTMENT COMPANY RATING OF THE NOTES, FINANCIAL ADVISOR AND OTHER EXPENSES.

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A2000-000

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:PROPOSED ·

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ACWAL···

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ACTUAL

i~4/l5.

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8,138,897

(394,433)

-4.6%

8,533,330

8,609,334

7,625,890

7,655,437

2,646,375

2.7%

99,696,678

%,635,980

94,999,841

93,935,156

A2100-000

TEACHING - REGULAR SCHOOL

102,343,053

A2300-000

TEACHING- SPECIAL SCHOOLS

284,842

(10,000)

-3.4%

294,842

456,020

482,677

469,720

A2600-000

INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA & 4,277,759

(30,961)

-0.7%

4,308,720

4,049,359

4,969,972

4,581,355

10,397,294

14,047

0.1%

10,383,247

10,135,432

10,607,283

10,654,853

125,441,845

2,225,028

l.8''1.1

123,216,817

119,886,126

118,685,664

117,2%,521

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A2800-000

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CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT &

596,018

4,416

0.7%

591,602

552,379

768,124

744,837

0

0

0.0%

0

0

331,558

400,231

7,228,3%

(352,851)

-4.7%

7,581,247

7,798,177

6,198,611

6,181,947

18,662

0

0.0%

18,662

18,532

14,367

18,500

0

(45,000)

-100.0%

45,000

4,800

0

798

295,821

(998)

-0.3%

296,819

235,447

313,230

309,125

8,138,897

(394,433)

-4.6'V.,

8,533,330

8,609,334

7,625,890

7,655,437

SUPERVISION

A2015-000

PUPIL PERSONNEL

A2020-000

SUPERVISION - REGULAR SCHOOL

A2040-000

SUPERVISION - ADULT EDUCATION

A2060-000

RESEARCH AND PLANNING

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A2010-150/

PERSONNEL SERVICES

546,118

9,916

1.8%

536,202

525,%2

534,336

534,860

0

0

0.0%

0

0

4,945

4,816

24,750

(5,500)

-18.2%

30,250

12,175

16,084

11,948

160

A2010-200

EQUIPMENT

A2010-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2010-441

LEGAL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

135,138

101,027

A2010-446

EDUCATIONAL CONSULT ANTS/

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

5,008

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH

A2010-449

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

54,816

66,661

A2010-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

0

0

0.0%

0

0

1,433

3,791

A2010-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

13,000

0

0.0%

13,000

901

9, 131

7,218

A2010-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

12,150

0

0.0%

12,150

13,342

12,241

9,509

596,018

4,416

0.7'V.1

591,602

552,379

768,124

744,837

A2010 TOTALS


A2010

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT & SUPERVISION

A2010-150/ 160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS ALLOCATION IS FOR CONTRACTUAL PAYMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING PERSONNEL: ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION AND CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF.

A2010-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR SERVICE AND REPAIRS ON OFFICE EQUIPMENT, EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES.

A2010-441

LEGAL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A1420-448 (SEE PG. B13).

A2010-449

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HEARING OFFICERS, TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES AND OTHER CHARGES RELATED TO DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS PREVIOUSLY FUNDED HERE HAVE BEEN MOVED TO 1420-449.

A2010-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PARTICIPATION IN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT.

A2010-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS MATERIALS FOR THE OFFICE OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND SUPERVISION, RESPONSIBLE FOR UNIFORM DEVELOPMENT OF CURRICULUM AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PROCEDURES, ARE CHARGED TO THIS CODE.

5/20/14

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CODE

DESCRU'TION

A2015

PUPIL PERSONNEL

A2015-150/160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

300,510

366,507

A2015-400

OTHER EXPENSES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

3,267

3,595

A2015-449

PRO/TECH SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

10,427

11,994

A2015-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

0

0

0.0%

0

0

1,055

0

A2015-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

0

0

0.0%

0

0

16,299

18,134

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0

0

O.O'Y.i

0

0

331,558

400,231


A2015

PUPIL PERSONNEL

A2015-150/ 160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO CODE A2250-150 AND A2250-160 (SEE PG. G-56).

A2015-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A2250-400/475 (SEE PG. G-56).

A2015-449

PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A2250-449 (SEE PG. G-56).

A2015-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCES THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A2250-400/475 (SEE PG. G-56).

A2015-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A2250-500 (SEE PG. G-56).

5/20/14

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SUPERVISION - REGULAR SCHOOL

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zoio/11<

3,789,%2

(441,860)

-10.4%

4,231,822

4,321,922

4,367,628

4,463,294

1,518,837

150,816

11.0%

1,368,021

1,516,574

0

0

1,861,087

(57,957)

-3.0%

1,919,044

1,927,986

1,781,%3

1,655,506

2,500

2,000

400.0%

500

0

0

794

12,310

(4,050)

-24.8%

16,360

3,994

6,086

3,876

0

0.0%

0

0

9,810

9,196

PRINCIPALS/ AP'S

A2020-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES COORDINATORS & DIRECTORS

A2020-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES - CLERICAL

A2020-200

EQUIPMENT

A2020-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2020-401

GRADUATION EXPENSE

0

A2020-500 I 520

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

43,700

(1,800)

-4.0%

45,500

27,701

33,124

49,282

7,228,396

(352,851)

-4.7'\io

7,581,247

7,798,177

6,198,611

6,181,947

A2020 TOTALS


A2020

SUPERVISION - REGULAR SCHOOL THIS BUDGET CODE REPRESENTS COSTS FOR SALARIES AND OTHER EXPENSES FOR BUILDING PRINCIPALS/ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS, COORDINATORS AND DIRECTORS, SUPPORT STAFF AND OFFICE EXPENSES.

A2020-120/ 130/150

PERSONNEL SERVICES -

PRINCIPALS/DIRECTORS AND COORDINATORS

THE SALARIES OF BUILDING PRINCIPALS AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS ARE CHARGED TO THIS CATEGORY. ALSO PAID HERE ARE THE SALARIES OF COORDINATORS AND DIRECTORS. A2020-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES - CLERICAL THE SALARIES OF CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF FOR THE PRINCIPALS, DIRECTORS AND COORDINATORS ARE CHARGED TO THIS CODE.

A2020-200

EQUIPMENT THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR STORAGE CABINETS FOR CANDLEWOOD PRINCIPAL'$ OFFICE.

A2020-400

OTHER EXPENSES PROVIDES FOR OFFICE EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND REPAIR IN THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE TO SUPPORT THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM, PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIP FEES AND OTHER CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES.

A2020-401

GRADUATION THE APPROPRIATION FOR GRADUATION SUPPLIES HAS BEEN MOVED TO A2110-400 (SEE PG G-18).

A2020-500/ 520

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS CONSUMABLE ITEMS SUCH AS PAPER, TONER, CARTRIDGES, FORMS, ETC. ARE CODED HERE. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500.

5/20/14

A2020 G-9


G-10

A2040

SUPERVISION-ADULT EDUCATION

A2040-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

8,500

0

0.0%

8,500

8,500

4,250

8,500

A2040-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

10,000

0

0.0%

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

A2040-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

162

0

0.0%

162

32

117

0

18,662

0

0.0%

18,662

18,532

14,367

18,500

-100.0%

45,000

4,800

0

-216

0.0%

0

0

0

1,014

0.0째;.,

45,000

4,800

0

798

A2040 TOTALS

A2060

RESEARCH AND PLANNING

A2060-400

OTHER EXPENSES

0

(45,000)

A2060-500

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS

0

0

A2060 TOTALS

0

(45,000)


P.2040

SUPERVISION - ADULT EDUCATION THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FOR SALARIES, OFFICE SUPPLIES AND PRINTING FOR THE OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION. THE COST OF INSTRUCTION IS APPROPRIATED IN CODE A2330-150, TEACHING - ADULT EDUCATION.

A2060

RESEARCH AND PLANNING THE INSTRUCTIONAL RESEARCH PROGRAM HAS BEEN RE-CODED TO 2124 (PAGE G- 46/47).

5/20/14

A2040/A2060 G-11


G-12

A2070

INSERVICE TRAINING

A2070-150/160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

170,407

3,002

1.8%

167,405

166,502

232,553

220,523

A2070-400

CONTRACT SERVICES

36,878

34,200

1277.1%

2,678

2,654

2,678

2,405

A2070-475

STAFF DEVELOPMENT

46,000

(13,200)

-22.3%

59,200

26,993

33,087

37,314

A2070-446

EDUCATIONAL CONSULT ANTS

0

(5,000)

-100.0%

5,000

750

0

2,520

A2070-449

PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL SVC.

0

(20,000)

-100.0%

20,000

20,000

18,909

18,986

A2070-490

BOCES SERVICES

18,540

0

0.0%

18,540

15,342

16,905

15,070

A2070-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

21,870

0

0.0%

21,870

3,205

9,099

12,307

A2070-524

PERIODICALS

2,126

0

0.0%

2,126

0

0

0

-0.3째/.,

296,819

235,447

313,230

309,125

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295,821

(998)


82070

INSERVICE TRAINING

A2070-150/ 160

PERSONNEL SERVICES RECORDED HERE ARE THE EXPENSES OF ACTIVITIES THAT ENHANCE THE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL. THE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE WORKSHOPS IN SPECIFIC SUBJECT AREAS FOR GRADES K-12. STIPENDS FOR TEACHER MENTORS, AND CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF FOR THE OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ARE CODED HERE.

A2070-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR A COPIER RENTAL FOR THE OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATIONAL/SITE BASED MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS, ANNUAL LICENSE FEE, WEB MAINTENANCE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR THE DISTRICTWIDE ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM.

A2070-401/ 475

CONTRACT SERVICES/STAFF DEVELOPMENT THIS CATEGORY PROVIDES FUNDS TO SUPPORT DISTRICTWIDE SUPERINTENDENT CONFERENCE DAYS FOR STAFF. INCLUDED IN THIS ALLOCATION ARE FUNDS FOR CONTRACTUALLY REQUIRED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF DEVELOPMENT COSTS.

A2070-446

CONTRACT SERVICES/EDUCATIONAL CONSULT ANTS THIS ALLOCATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A2070-400.

A2070-449

PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL SERVICES THIS ALLOCATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A2070-400.

A2070-490

BOCES SERVICES - STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PARTICIPATION IN STAFF DEVELOPMENT COURSES OFFERED BY BOCES, AND NASSAU BOCES STAFF DEVELOPMENT.

A2070-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS MATERIALS USED FOR INSERVICE TRAINING/STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ARE CHARGED TO THIS CATEGORY.

A2070-524

PERIODICALS PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PROFESSIONAL PERIODICALS USED IN STAFF DEVELOPMENT.

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28,850,930

264,103

0.9%

28,586,827

28,493,681

29,905,120

30,379,664

2,504,546

7,255

0.3%

2,497,291

2,527,904

2,658,305

2,658,276

864,206

139,247

19.2%

724,959

674,290

567,462

650,214

LANGUAGE ARTS

4,353,218

63,956

1.5%

4,289,262

4,214,725

4,082,785

3,894,933

A2116-000

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

4,229,700

85,519

2.1%

4,144,181

4,521,060

4,513,892

4,403,616

A2117-000

HEALTH

743,578

(15,%8)

-2.1%

759,546

1,023,771

1,089,912

1,177,456

A2118-000

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3,402,247

60,372

1.8%

3,341,875

3,262,464

3,111,482

2,990,079

A2119-000

HOME/CAREER SKILLS

776,473

(17,863)

-2.2%

794,336

750,247

729,190

712,312

A2120-000

TECHNOLOGY

618,614

(19,120)

-3.0%

637,734

654,255

626,494

589,021

A2121-000

MATHEMATICS

5,522,615

233,674

4.4%

5,288,941

5,190,791

4,992,359

5,084,271

A2122-000

MUSIC

3,177,626

(187,769)

-5.6%

3,365,395

3,409,695

3,539,058

3,453,472

A2123-000

SCIENCE

6,318,288

118,877

1.9%

6,199,411

5,745,157

5,567,513

5,528,863

A2124-000

RESEARCH

173,857

3,764

2.2%

170,093

154,479

160,089

159,760

A2125-000

SOCIAL STUDIES

4,889,144

48,453

1.0%

4,840,691

4,817,179

4,624,414

4,559,466

A2130-000

DRIVER EDUCATION

175,000

175,000

100.0%

0

298,436

222,606

324,734

A2131-000

SPEECH

2,361,964

57,623

2.5%

2,304,341

2,068,592

1,739,820

1,560,022

A2170-000

READING - PSEN

1,534,173

(21,504)

-1.4%

1,555,677

1,773,477

2,190,259

2,109,428

A2250-000

CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

30,980,624

1,551,006

5.3%

29,429,618

26,306,776

23,853,092

23,031,584

A2280-000

OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION

866,250

99,750

13.0%

766,500

749,000

825,990

667,985

102,343,053

2,646,375

2.7°!..

99,696,678

96,635,980

94,999,841

93,935,156

A2100 TOTALS


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DESCRIPTION

A2110

TEACHING-REGULAR SCHOOL

A2110-110

PERSONNEL SERVICES-CERTIFIED FULL DAY KDG.

A2110-120

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2014/l5

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ADOPTED

ACTUAL

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Wli/13

ACTUAL zon112

ACTUAL :W1WU

2,434,824

328,246

15.6%

2,106,578

2,477,788

2,528,530

2,378,029

PERSONNEL SERVICES-CERTIFIED 1-6

17,937,166

(383,705)

-2.1%

18,320,871

18,284,754

18,249,512

18,809,743

A2l10-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES-CERTIFIED 7-12

1,214,478

(14,095)

-1.1%

1,228,573

1,334,067

1,399,278

1,375,519

A2l10-140

PERSONNEL SERVICES - SUBSTITUTES

2,392,702

564,000

30.8%

1,828,702

2,075,254

2,508,870

2,605,033

A2110-160

PERSONNEL SVCS - CLERICAL

141,185

6,142

4.5%

135,043

130,771

442,898

445,127

A2110-l70

PERSONNEL SVCS- AIDES/MON.

2,963,432

(173,198)

-5.5%

3,136,630

2,865,277

2,965,498

2,834,473

A2110-200

EQUIPMENT

16,700

0

0.0%

16,700

9,776

30,753

42,804

A2l 10-400

OTHER EXPENSES

570,903

(10,900)

-1.9%

581,803

438,878

528,294

527,320

A2110-410

TUITION-OTHER DISTRICTS

37,600

0

0.0%

37,600

7,324

(9,356)

28,855

A2110-474

TEACHERS' TRAVEL

7,250

0

0.0%

7,250

2,716

2,126

2,251

A2110-480

TEXTBOOKS

140,301

2,107

1.5%

138,194

97,913

240,727

263,457

A2110-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

600,000

(23,461)

-3.8%

623,461

432,654

533,582

550,800

A2110-500 / 520

SUPPLIES& MATERIALS

394,389

(31,033)

-7.3%

425,422

336,510

484,407

516,253

28,850,930

264,103

0.9''1.,

28,586,827

28,493,681

29,905,120

30,379,664

A2110 TOTALS


A2110

A2110-110

TEACHING - REGULAR SCHOOL THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR TEACHING, WHICH IS DEFINED AS THAT PART OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM CONCERNED WITH INSTRUCTING PUPILS IN A TEACHING-LEARNING SITUATION, WHERE THE TEACHER IS REGULARLY IN THE PRESENCE OF THE PUPIL TAUGHT OR IN REGULAR COMMUNICATION WITH PUPILS IN A SYSTEMATIC PROGRAM DESIGNED TO ASSIST STUDENTS IN ACQUIRING NEW OR IMPROVED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDING. IT INCLUDES THE SALARIES OF TEACHERS, TEACHER AIDES AND CLERICAL ASSISTANTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM, TEACHING EQUIPMENT, TUITION, TEXTBOOKS, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS AND OTHER CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES INCLUDING THE COST OF SERVICES PURCHASED FROM THE BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES. PERSONNEL SERVICES - CERTIFIED KINDERGARTEN

THIS PROVIDES FOR THE SALARIES OF THE TEACHERS OF THE KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM. A2110-120

PERSONNEL SERVICES - CERTIFIED 1-6 THIS CODE INCLUDES THE SALARIES OF TEACHERS IN GRADES 1-6; INCLUDING MATH TEACHERS, AND A TEACHER OF THE AHAP PROGRAM. ALSO APPROPRIATED IN THIS CATEGORY ARE FUNDS FOR HOMEBOUND INSTRUCTION AT THE ELEMENTARY LEVEL AND OTHER CONTRACTUAL SALARY PAYMENTS.

A2110-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - CERTIFIED 7-12 THIS CODE PROVIDES FOR THE SALARIES OF TEACHERS IN GRADES 7-12 ASSIGNED TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER (Ell) PROGRAM. ALSO INCLUDED ARE ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR HOMEBOUND INSTRUCTION AND OTHER CONTRACTUAL SALARY PAYMENTS.

A2110-140

PERSONNEL SERVICES - SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS THIS PROVIDES FOR THE WAGES PAID TO SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS HIRED TO COVER CLASSES DURING THE ABSENCE OF THE REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF BECAUSE OF TEACHER ILLNESS, PERSONAL LEAVE ABSENCES OR TEACHER PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES.

A2110-160/ 170

PERSONNEL SERVICES - CLERICAL/ AIDES/MONITORS THIS ACCOUNT PROVIDES FOR THE SALARIES OF CLERICAL STAFF, TEACHER AIDES, PLAYGROUND MONITORS, HALL MONITORS, LUNCH MONITORS, AND OTHER CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL RELATED TO THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM. INCLUDED ARE PARAPROFESSIONALS TO ASSIST INSTRUCTION IN THE KINDERGARTEN CLASSROOMS, AND PARAPROFESSIONALS TO ASSIST THE ELL PROGRAM.

A2110-200

EQUIPMENT THIS ACCOUNT PROVIDES FOR THE PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL OR REPLACEMENT FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT USED IN THE SCHOOLS. EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500 HAVE BEEN CODED TO 2110-520 IN COMPLIANCE WITH GASB34 STANDARDS.

5/20/14

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A2110


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TEACHING - REGULAR SCHOOL - CONTINUED

A2110-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS ACCOUNT PROVIDES FOR THE LICENSING AND MAINTENANCE OF INFINITE CAMPUS STUDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, AND AUTOMATED COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM, REPAIR OF INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT, COPIER RENTAL, GRADUATION SUPPLIES AND FUNDS FOR THE SECONDARY COURSE OFFERING BOOKLETS.

A2110-410

TUITION - OTHER DISTRICTS THESE FUNDS PROVIDE TUITION PAYMENTS FOR NON-SPECIAL EDUCATION CHILDREN EDUCATED IN OTHER DISTRICTS WHO WERE RESIDENTS IN HALF HOLLOW HILLS PRIOR TO PLACEMENT IN FOSTER HOMES OUTSIDE OUR DISTRICT. THE TUITION PAYMENTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS IN FOSTER PLACEMENTS OUTSIDE OUR DISTRICT ARE BUDGETED IN THE 2250-4 70 CODE.

A2110-474

TEACHERS' TRAVEL THIS ACCOUNT IS USED FOR THE COSTS OF TEACHER TRAVEL BETWEEN SCHOOLS AND TO MEETINGS RELATED TO THEIR WORK IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM.

A2110-480

TEXTBOOKS THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR THE PURCHASE OF TEXTBOOKS USED IN THE REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT. STATE AID FOR TEXTBOOKS IS RECEIVED ON A PORTION OF THESE EXPENSES.

A2110-490

OTHER EXPENSES - SPECIAL SCHOOL SERVICES FROM BOCES THIS ACCOUNT IS FOR THOSE COSTS FOR INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES RECEIVED FROM WESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES. THE SERVICES INCLUDE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMS, CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAM, ARTS IN EDUCATION, LAW RELATED EDUCATION, AND PRIVATE SCHOOL TEXTBOOK ADMINISTRATION. STATE AID IS RECEIVED FOR A PORTION OF THESE EXPENSES IN THE SUBSEQUENT YEAR.

A2110-500/ 520

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS ALLOCATION INCLUDES CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS WHICH ARE USED IN THE TEACHING PROCESS OF REGULAR DAY SCHOOL. INCLUDED ARE PAPER, WORKBOOKS, COPIER SUPPLIES, SUPPLIES FOR THE STUDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, TESTING SUPPLIES, AGENDA BOOKS FOR THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND CONSUMABLE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS USED IN THE ELEMENTARY READING PROGRAM. ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS CODE IS FUNDING FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS PROGRAM, AHAP, PLANETARIUM, AND EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500.

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A2112

TEACHING - ART PROGRAM

A2112-120/130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2112-200

EQUIPMENT

2,120

A2112-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2112-475

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0.9%

2,411,213

2,462,347

2,565,632

2,568,456

(10,780)

-83.6%

12,900

5,362

22,736

9,239

8,516

0

0.0%

8,516

(1,476)

2,825

3,070

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

0

0

0.0%

0

0

449

0

A2112-480

TEXTBOOKS

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

5,456

A2112-500 / 520 / 524

SUPPLIES & MATEI\IALS

(3,638)

-5.6%

64,662

61,671

66,663

72,056

7,255

0.311.1

2,497,291

2,527,904

2,658,305

2,658,276

A2112 TOTALS

2,432,886

61,024

2,504,546

21,673


A2112

TEACHING - ART PROGRAM

A2112-120/ 130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION INCLUDES SALARIES FOR THE DISTRICTWIDE ART TEACHERS.

A2112-200

EQUIPMENT INCLUDES FUNDS FOR ART EQUIPMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE DISTRICTWIDE ART PROGRAM.

A2112-400/ 500/520

OTHER EXPENSES/SUPPLIES & MATERIALS FUNDS ARE INCLUDED FOR ART SUPPLIES AND ART PERIODICALS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF ART DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT, AND EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500.

A2112

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TEACHING- BUSINESS/CAREER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

845,552

137,247

19.4%

708,305

662,354

553,783

635,187

10,500

2,000

23.5%

8,500

8,493

8,569

7,476

TEXTBOOKS

4,394

2,000

83.5%

2,394

2,254

3,258

2,780

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

3,760

(2,000)

-34.7%

5,760

1,189

1,852

4,771

864,206

139,247

19.2°/.i

724,959

674,290

567,462

650,214

A2113-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES- TEACHERS

A2113-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2113-480

A2113-500

A2113 TOTALS


A2113

TEACHING - BUSINESS/CAREER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

A2113-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES PROVIDES FOR THE TEACHER SALARIES OF THE SECONDARY BUSINESS/OFFICE OCCUPATIONS COURSES AND CAREER VOCATIONAL PROGRAM.

A2113-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS PROVIDES FOR THE REPAIR OF INSTRUCTIONAL OFFICE MACHINES USED IN THIS DEPARTMENT AND CONTEST COMPETITION ENTRY FEES.

A2113-480

TEXTBOOKS TEXTBOOKS USED IN THE INSTRUCTION OF BUSINESS AND OFFICE/CAREER VOCATIONAL PROGRAM ARE CODED IN THIS CATEGORY.

A2113-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS IS FOR THE CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS USED IN THE BUSINESS AND OFFICE/CAREER VOCATIONAL PROGRAM. FUNDING FOR APPRECIATION CEREMONIES, BRIDGE PUBLICATIONS AND SOFTWARE FOR COMPUTER LABS ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR THE SCHOOL-TOCAREERS PROGRAM.

5/20/14

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A2115

TEACHING - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA)

A2115-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2115-200

EQUIPMENT

A2115-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2115-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2115-480

TEXTBOOKS

A2115-500

A2115-524

4,224,218

64,956

1.6%

4,159,262

4,094,410

3,912,180

3,780,097

0

0

0.0%

0

0

2,158

0

38,200

(1,400)

-3.5%

39,600

37,908

70,319

1,749

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

1,618

84,000

0

0.0%

84,000

77,532

93,081

102,530

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

4,000

0

0.0%

4,000

4,485

3,371

6,278

PERIODICALS

2,800

400

16.7%

2,400

390

1,677

2,662

4,353,218

63,956

1.5'Yt,

4,289,262

4,214,725

4,082,785

3,894,933

A2115 TOTALS


A2115

TEACHING - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA)

A2115-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS IS FOR THE SALARIES AND CONTRACTUAL PAYMENTS FOR TEACHERS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA).

A2115-400

OTHER EXPENSES FILM RENTALS, BOOK REBINDING AND SERVICE AGREEMENTS USED BY THE LANGUAGE ARTS DEPARTMENT AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP FEES ARE CHARGED TO THIS APPROPRIATION. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL ELA TEST SCORING, WHICH ALLOWS FOR THE SCORING OF EXAMS WITHOUT THE LOSS OF INSTRUCTIONAL TIME OR THE COST OF SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS.

A2115-480

TEXTBOOKS FUNDS TO REPLENISH REQUIRED AND SUPPLEMENTARY TEXTS ACROSS THE CURRICULUM, TEXTBOOKS, NOVELS AND ANTHOLOGIES, USED BY THE LANGUAGE ARTS DEPARTMENT ARE CODED TO THIS CATEGORY. THIS ALLOCATION INCLUDES CLASSROOM LIBRARIES CURRICULUM TEXTS, GRAMMAR TEXTBOOKS DISTRICTWIDE, AND GRADE 6 CONTENT LITERACY TEXTS.

A2115-500/ 524

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS INCLUDES SUCH MATERIALS AS WORKBOOKS, READERS, AND WRITERS' NOTEBOOKS FOR GRADES 5 AND 6, PERIODICALS FOR NON-FICTION AND INFORMATIONAL TEXTS, AND ELA TEST PREPARATION BOOKS FOR GRADES 6-8 USED IN THE INSTRUCTION OF LANGUAGE ARTS IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOLS. INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR THE MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL MONTHLY JOURNALS.

5/20/14

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A2116

TEACHING - LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH (LOTE)

A2116-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2116-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2116-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2116-480

TEXTBOOKS

A2116-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A2116 TOTALS

4,185,623

87,019

2.1%

4,098,604

4,467,878

4,467,960

4,347,683

1,500

(1,500)

-50.0%

3,000

773

974

1,224

0

0

0.0%

0

750

998

925

36,799

0

0.0%

36,799

50,645

41,577

45,927

5,778

0

0.0%

5,778

1,013

2,383

7,857

4,229,700

85,519

2.1 1'!.1

4,144,181

4,521,060

4,513,892

4,403,616


A2116

TEACHING - LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH (LOTE)

A2116-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES PERSONNEL SERVICES IS FOR THE SALARIES OF TEACHERS IN THE LOTE DEPARTMENT.

A2116-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS IS FOR PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND JOURNALS USED FOR INSTRUCTION.

A2116-480

TEXTBOOKS INCLUDED IN THIS AREA ARE TEXTBOOKS, WORKBOOKS AND NEWSPAPERS USED IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE (6-12).

A2116-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS PROVIDES FOR CONSUMABLE ITEMS SUCH AS WORKBOOKS FOR THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS, DICTIONARIES, MAPS, DVDS, TAPES, ETC. USED IN THE LOTE PROGRAM.

5/20/14

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A2117

TEACHING- HEALTH

A2117-120/130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2117-200

EQUIPMENT

A2117-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2117-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2117-480

727,691

(26,255)

-3.5%

753,946

1,019,728

1,079,515

1,170,244

0

(1,200)

-100.0%

1,200

0

0

0

3,971

2,971

297.1%

1,000

0

0

0

0

0

0.0%

0

0

761

1,667

TEXTBOOKS

7,816

7,816

100.0%

0

0

0

1,469

A2117-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

4,100

700

20.6%

3,400

3,517

9,266

3,324

A2117-524

PERIODICALS

0

0

0.0%

0

526

371

752

-2.1 'Y.,

759,546

1,023,771

1,089,912

1,177,456

A2117 TOTALS

743,578

(15,968)


A2117

TEACHING - HEALTH PROVIDES FUNDS FOR THE HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM IN GRADES K-12.

A2117-120/ 130

PERSONNEL SERVICES REPRESENTS THE SALARY COST FOR TEACHERS OF HEALTH.

A2117-400

OTHER EXPENSES INCLUDES COSTS FOR CONTRACTED EXPENSES, REPAIRS AND IN-DISTRICT PRESENTATIONS.

A2117-480

TEXTBOOKS PROVIDES FUNDS FOR A NEW 10rn GRADE TEXTBOOK.

A2117-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR CLASSROOM SUPPLIES FOR THE DISTRICTWIDE HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND AED SUPPLIES.

5/20/14

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3,339,715

29,725

0.9%

3,309,990

3,230,454

3,036,327

2,911,094

EQUIPMENT

25,350

25,350

100.0%

0

2,980

41,360

52,754

A2118-400

OTHER EXPENSES

10,550

1,900

22.0%

8,650

6,438

6,343

6,865

A2118-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

0

0

0.0%

0

0

1,460

1,943

A2118-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

26,632

3,397

14.6%

23,235

22,593

25,992

17,423

3,402,247

60,372

l.8''l!1

3,341,875

3,262,464

3,111,482

2,990,079

A2118-120/130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2118-200

A2118 TOTALS


A2118

TEACHING - PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

A2118-120/ 130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE SALARIES OF TEACHERS IN THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.

A2118-200

EQUIPMENT THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION EQUIPMENT AT HIGH SCHOOL EAST AND HIGH SCHOOL WEST.

A2118-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS IS FOR THE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION EQUIPMENT, SAFETY INSPECTIONS FOR PROJECT ADVENTURE EQUIPMENT, STAFF TRAINING, PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND SUFFOLK ZONE AWARDS DINNER.

A2118-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS IS FOR SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS USED IN THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM, K-12. FUNDS ARE ALSO INCLUDED FOR CERTIFICATES AND ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS, POOL SUPPLIES, AND INTRAMURAL SUPPLIES.

5/20/14

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A2118


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A2119

TEACHING - FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCE

A2119-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2119-200

EQUIPMENT

A2119-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2119-475

TRAVEL & CONFERENCE

A2119-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A2119 TOTALS

719,602

(34,191)

-4.5%

753,793

709,451

692,561

679,193

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

600

17,300

15,700

981.3%

1,600

68

199

0

0

0

0.0%

0

0

50

300

39,571

628

1.6%

38,943

40,729

36,380

32,219

-2.2'1'路

794,336

750,247

729,190

712,312

776,473

(17,863)


A2119

TEACHING - FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE

A2119-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES PERSONNEL SERVICES IS FOR SALARIES OF HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS WHO INSTRUCT THE FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE CLASSES.

A2119-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS IS FOR REPAIRS TO APPLIANCES, SEWING MACHINES AND OTHER EQUIPMENT. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR 5TH GRADE STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN THE COMMERCE PLAZA PROGRAM.

A2119-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS USED IN THE FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE PROGRAM ARE INCLUDED IN THIS ACCOUNT AND ARE FOR SUCH THINGS AS FOOD ITEMS, SMALL UTENSILS, FABRICS AND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES.

A2119

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A2120

TEACHING - TECHNOLOGY (INDUSTRIAL ARTS)

A2120-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2120-200

EQUIPMENT

A2120-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2120-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIAlS

A2120 TOTALS

603,894

(19,120)

-3.1%

623,014

641,946

610,724

573,667

0

0

0.0%

0

0

2,935

875

1,000

0

0.0%

1,000

0

1,095

0

13,720

0

0.0%

13,720

12,309

11,741

14,479

-3.0'Vo

637,734

654,255

626,494

589,021

618,614

(19,120)


A2120

TEACHING - TECHNOLOGY

A2120-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES

(INDUSTRIAL ARTS}

PROVIDES FOR THE SALARIES OF TEACHERS OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS. A2120-400

OTHER EXPENSES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR REPAIRING AND MAINTAINING EQUIPMENT USED IN THE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM.

A2120-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS PROVIDES FOR PROGRAM CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ROCKETRY KITS, ALTERNATIVE ENERGY KITS, LUMBER AND RAW MATERIALS, PROJECT KITS AND COMPONENTS, HARDWARE AND EXPENDABLE TOOLS & OTHER ITEMS NECESSARY FOR CURRICULUM PROJECTS.

5/20/14

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G-36

A2121

TEACHING - MATHEMATICS

A2121-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2121-200

EQUIPMENT

A2121-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2121-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2121-480

TEXTBOOKS

A2121-500

SUPPLIES & MA TERI A LS

A2121 TOTALS

5,158,650

233,518

4.7%

4,925,132

4,876,884

4,651,280

4,533,487

0

0

0.0%

0

0

15,705

1,759

60,500

(5,505)

-8.3%

66,005

61,925

67,550

42,141

0

0

0.0%

0

0

977

208

242,023

21,476

9.7%

220,547

159,661

176,245

401,426

61,442

(15,815)

-20.5%

77,257

92,321

80,603

105,251

5,522,615

233,674

4.4%

5,288,941

5,190,791

4,992,359

5,084,271


A2121

TEACHING - MATHEMATICS THIS CATEGORY REFLECTS THE SALARIES, SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND OTHER COSTS USED IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS COURSES AT THE MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL LEVELS.

A2121-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FOR THE SALARIES OF MATHEMATICS TEACHERS AT THE MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL LEVELS.

A2121-400

OTHER EXPENSES FEES FOR MATH OLYMPIADS, MATH TOURNAMENTS, MATH FAIR JUDGES, SYMPOSIUM FEES, MATH COMPETITION EXAMS, AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL EXAM, MATH FAIR AND MATH CONTESTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR ELEMENTARY MATH COMPETITIONS, HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCED MATHEMATICS CONSULTATION FEES, STAFF TRAINING, AND ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL TEST SCORING.

A2121-480

TEXTBOOKS MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOK COSTS ARE APPROPRIATED IN THIS CODE. INCLUDED IN THIS CODE ARE FUNDS FOR STUDENT RESOURCES TO TRANSITION TO THE NEW ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY COURSES. ALSO INCLUDED ARE ELEMENTARY CONSUMABLES FOR THE ENVISION PROGRAM, AIS ENRICHMENT MATERIALS, HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL REPLACEMENT TEXTS AND SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS TO FULLY IMPLEMENT THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS.

A2121-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES PURCHASED BY THE MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT ARE CODED HERE INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, GRAPH PAPER, GRID-CHART PAPER AND MEASURING TOOLS. CALCULATORS, AS MANDATED BY THE STATE, FOR STUDENTS IN THE INTERMEDIATE AND HIGH SCHOOL MATH AND SCIENCE ASSESSMENTS AND ELEMENTARY MANIPULATIVE$ ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY.

5/20/14

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A2121


G-38

A2122

TEACHING - MUSIC PROGRAM

A2122-120/130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2122-200

3,056,774

(179,876)

-5.6%

3,236,650

3,300,952

3,425,500

3,295,056

EQUIPMENT

18,898

(10,127)

-34.9%

29,025

17,479

28,948

37,230

A2122-400

OTHER EXPENSES

61,874

2,824

4.8%

59,050

49,254

42,473

55,115

A2122-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

0

0

0.0%

0

0

757

3,748

A2122-500/520/524

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

40,080

(590)

-1.5%

40,670

42,009

41,380

62,323

3,177,626

(187,769)

-5.6'Y.i

3,365,395

3,409,695

3,539,058

3,453,472

A2122 TOT A LS


A2122

TEACHING - MUSIC PROGRAM

A2122-120/ 130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FOR THE SALARIES OF TEACHERS IN THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT.

A2122-200

EQUIPMENT PROVIDES FOR THE PURCHASE OF REPLACEMENT MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT USED IN THE K-12 MUSIC PROGRAM.

A2122-400

OTHER EXPENSES PROVIDES FOR PIANO TUNING, MUSIC LAB REPAIRS, AND REPAIRS TO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PARTICIPATION IN ALL STATE SELECTIONS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS, FESTIVAL FEES, COMPETITION CHARGES, ALL-COUNTY MUSIC HONORS REGISTRATION FEES, MEMBERSHIPS, MILEAGE AND EXPENSES FOR STAFF WHO CHAPERONE OUR ALL-STATE AND ALL EASTERN STUDENTS AT OVERNIGHT MUSIC FESTIVALS.

A2122-500/ 520/524

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS PROVIDES FOR ALL SHEET MUSIC AND SUPPLY ITEMS SUCH AS STRINGS, BOWS, CASES AND OTHER CLASSROOM SUPPLIES. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE REQUESTED FOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500, ELEMENTARY MUSIC MAGAZINES AND SUPPLEMENTAL CURRICULAR MATERIAL.

5/20/14

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A2123

TEACHING - SCIENCE

A2123-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2123-200

EQUIPMENT

A2123-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2123-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2123-480

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A-D

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~itt£ L>iot~1<

6,032,376

83,915

1.4%

5,948,461

5,513,910

5,312,522

5,265,240

0

0

0.0%

0

779

5,512

4,990

55,150

5,550

11.2%

49,600

46,651

48,645

44,559

0

0

0.0%

0

0

1,686

4,203

TEXTBOOKS

73,600

23,700

47.5%

49,900

41,550

45,332

65,315

A2123-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

76,212

3,212

4.4%

73,000

70,800

69,300

66,023

A2123-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

80,950

2,500

3.2%

78,450

71,467

84,515

78,533

6,318,288

118,877

1.9°/.1

6,199,411

5,745,157

5,567,513

5,528,863

A2123 TOTALS


~-2_1~~

TEACHING _:_S!CIENCE

~2J_~_:130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION REPRESENTS SALARIES OF TEACHING STAFF IN THE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT AT THE MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS.

A2123-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION IS USED FOR THE COSTS OF REPAIRING AND MAINTAINING EQUIPMENT USED IN THE SCIENCE PROGRAM, PLANETARIUM, RESEARCH SUPPORT FEES, FEES FOR THE COLD SPRING HARBOR DNA LEARNING PROJECT, SCIENCE OLYMPIADS AND ELECTRONIC BALANCE CALIBRATION. THIS ALSO PROVIDES FOR A CHEMICAL SAFETY MAINTENANCE PROGRAM MANDATED BY NEW YORK STATE REGULATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS. INCLUDED IS THE SCORING OF 4TH GRADE AND 8TH GRADE SCIENCE ASSESSMENTS AND PARTICIPATION IN THE FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION.

A2.123-480

TEXTBOOKS TEXTBOOKS USED IN THE K-12 SCIENCE PROGRAM ARE CODED IN THIS CATEGORY, INCLUDING REPLACEMENT TEXTBOOKS, AND WORKBOOKS, DIGITAL TEXTBOOK SUBSCRIPTIONS THAT ARE CRITICAL PIECES OF THE CORE CURRICULUM, AND SUPPLEMENTAL WEB-BASED TEXTS AND APPLICATIONS.

A2123-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES THIS CODE PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE OUTDOOR LEARNING LAB FOR 5TH AND 7TH GRADE, AND AP ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FIELD EXPERIENCE, SCIENCE EDUCATION CONSORTIUM, TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONFERENCES.

A2123-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS USED IN THE SCIENCE PROGRAM SUCH AS ELEMENTARY SCIENCE LAB MATERIALS, JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS, SOFTWARE UPDATES, CHEMICALS, LAB & DEMONSTRATION EQUIPMENT, SPECIMENS, COMPETITION AND RESEARCH SUPPORT MATERIALS.

A2123

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A2124

TEACHING - RESEARCH

A2124-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2124-200

EQUIPMENT

A2124-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2124-490

OTHER EXPENSES- BOCES

A2124-500

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS

A2124 TOTALS

101!¥11 .

146,582

3,764

2.6%

142,818

122,577

131,311

132,171

0

0

0.0%

0

0

619

0

23,000

0

0.0%

23,000

26,928

24,000

16,007

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

5,040

4,275

0

0.0%

4,275

4,974

4,160

6,542

173,857

3,764

2.2'\'(,

170,093

154,479

160,089

159,760


A2124

TEACHING - RESEARCH THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS TO SUPPORT THE SECONDARY SCIENCE, MATH AND HUMANITIES DISTRICTWIDE RESEARCH PROGRAM. THE FUNDING FOR THIS PROGRAM WAS PREVIOUSLY CODED UNDER 2060 AND 2110-130.

A2124-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR AN ACADEMIC RESEARCH DIRECTOR OF THE RESEARCH PROGRAM.

A2124-400

OTHER EXPENSES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES AND ENTRY FEES FOR THE DISTRICTWIDE RESEARCH PROGRAM. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR COPIER RENTAL AT HIGH SCHOOL EAST AND HIGH SCHOOL WEST.

A2124-500

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICTWIDE RESEARCH PROGRAM.

5/20/14

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A2125

TEACHING - SOCIAL STUDIES

A2125-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2125-200

EQUIPMENT

A2125-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2125-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2125-480

TEXTBOOKS

A2125-500/524

SUPPLIES & MA TERI A LS

A2125 TOTALS

AciirAt.

4,725,644

29,504

0.6%

4,6%,140

4,748,349

4,468,695

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

2,298

4,000

0

0.0%

4,000

1,146

903

3,703

0

0

0.0%

0

0

8,639

8,703

125,200

22,200

21.6%

103,000

60,011

119,402

111,931

34,300

(3,251)

-8.7%

37,551

7,672

26,774

36,304

48,453

1.0°;.,

4,840,691

4,817,179

4,624,414

4,559,466

4,889,144

4,3%,52


A2125

TEACHING - SOCIAL STUDIES THIS CATEGORY REFLECTS THE SALARIES, SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND OTHER COSTS USED IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL.

A2125-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE SALARIES OF SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS AT THE SECONDARY AND MIDDLE GRADE LEVELS.

A2125-400

OTHER EXPENSES COVERED HERE ARE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH INTEGRATED CURRICULUM PROJECTS AND COLLEGE BOARD CONFERENCES. IN ADDITION, FUNDS ARE USED TO SUPPORT PARTICIPATION IN THE "WE THE PEOPLE" COMPETITION, AND TO SUPPORT MEMBERSHIP IN THE NATIONAL AND THE LONG ISLAND COUNCIL FOR THE SOCIAL STUDIES.

A2125-480

TEXTBOOKS TEXTBOOKS USED IN THE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM ARE CHARGED TO THIS APPROPRIATION. INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR REPLACEMENT TEXTS FOR SENIOR EXPERIENCE, SOCIAL STUDIES GRADES 7 AND 8, US HISTORY GRADE 11, NEW TEXTBOOK IN AP WORLD HISTORY, ONLINE TEXTS IN GLOBAL HISTORY 9 REGENTS, AP ECONOMICS, AND AP GOVERNMENT. INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR ELEMENTARY COMMON CORE CONTENT TEXTS FOR GRADES K-3.

A2125-500/ 524

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS/PERIODICALS THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES, SUBSCRIPTIONS AND PUBLICATIONS.

5/20/14

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G-46

A2130

TEACHING - DRIVER EDUCATION

A2130-130

PERSONNEL SERVICES 路

A2130-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2130-500

SUPPLIES & MA TERI ALS

A2130 TOTALS

0

0

0.0%

0

126,608

60,685

165,674

175,000

175,000

100.0%

0

171,828

161,921

158,915

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

145

175,000

175,000

100.0%

0

298,436

222,606

324,734


A2130

TEACHING - DRIVER EDUCATION

DISTRICT FUNDED DRIVER EDUCATION WILL NOT BE PROVIDED IN THE 2014/15 SCHOOL YEAR. DRIVERS' EDUCATllON IS A FULLY SELF-SUSTAINING PROGRAM SUCH THAT THE FUNDING IS PROVIDED FOR BY PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF STUDENTS WHO CHOOSE TO SIGN UP FOR THIS PROGRAM. THE DISTRICT OVERSEES THIS PROGRAM. BUT DOES NOT INCUR ANY COST IN DOING SO AS AN EQUAL AMOUNT IS REFLECTED AS REVENUE.

5/20/14

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A2131

TEACHING - SPEECH - REGULAR SCHOOL

A2131-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2131-200

2,342,745

51,946

2.3%

2,290,799

2,057,453

1,725,521

1,547,523

EQUIPMENT

5,000

5,000

100.0%

0

2,260

1,513

571

A2131-400

OTHER EXPENSE

7,560

360

5.0%

7,200

6,644

6,612

6,735

A2131-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

6,659

317

5.0%

6,342

2,234

6,173

5,194

2,361,964

57,623

2.5째/i.

2,304,341

2,068,592

1,739,820

1,560,022

A2131 TOTALS


A2131

SPEECH - REGULAR SCHOOL

A2131-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES SALARIES FOR SPEECH THERAPISTS AND TEACHERS OF THE DEAF ARE CHARGED TO THIS APPROPRIATION. INCLUDED IN THIS ALLOCATION ARE SPEECH TEACHERS TO PROVIDE SPEECH IMPROVEMENT SERVICES IN ALL OF THE FIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS TO SERVICE HARD OF HEARING AND DEAF STUDENTS, A BILINGUAL SPEECH PATHOLOGIST, AND A SPEECH/LANGUAGE EVALUATOR. SOME OF THESE POSITIONS ARE FEDERALLY FUNDED.

A2131-200

EQUIPMENT PROVIDES FUNDS FOR HEARING AND COMMUNICATIONS DEVICES FOR HEARING IMPAIRED STUDENTS.

A2131-400

OTHER EXPENSES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR EQUIPMENT WARRANTIES, EXTENDED EAR AND AUDITORY TRAINER REPAIRS. IN ADDITION, COSTS FOR MANDATED EVALUATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH SIGNIFICANT HEARING IMPAIRMENTS ARE CODED HERE.

A2131-500

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION IS USED FOR SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS WHICH ARE USED IN THE SPEECH AND HEARING PROGRAMS. IN ADDITION, MONIES ARE ALLOCATED FOR TESTING PROTOCOLS AND COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMS TO BE USED BY CHILDREN WITH AUDITORY DEFICITS.

5/20/14

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A2170

TEACHING - READING/PSEN

A2170-120/130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2170-160

ACTUAL

2-0lZ/li

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w'*1;t

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1,498,368

(19,830)

-1.3%

1,518,198

1,737,871

2,102,483

2,025,404

PERSONNEL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

49,892

47,383

A2170-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

0

0

0.0%

0

0

3,026

4,890

A2170-480

TEXTBOOKS

18,850

2,396

14.6%

16,454

15,605

17,425

15,947

A2170-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

1,500

(3,000)

-66.7%

4,500

325

220

1,443

A2170-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

15,455

(1,070)

-6.5%

16,525

19,676

17,212

14,362

1,534,173

(21,504)

-1.4')';,

1,555,677

1,773,477

2,190,259

2,109,428

A2170 TOTALS


A2170

TEACHING - READING/PSEN

A2170-120/ 130

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION COVERS THE SALARIES OF READING PERSONNEL. ADDITIONAL POSITIONS ARE FEDERALLY FUNDED.

A2170-480

TEXTBOOKS THIS APPROPRIATION COVERS THE COST OF LEVELED LITERACY INTERVENTION TEXT SETS, TREASURE BAY LEVELED TEXTS FOR FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS, NON-FICTION TEXTS FOR AIS READING PROGRAM, AND WRITE PROGRAM TEXTS.

A2170-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RELATED TO BEST PRACTICES AND MANDATES IMPLEMENTING COMMON CORE LEARNING STANDARDS, STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES, AND NYS/PARCC ASSESSMENTS.

A2170-500

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION COVERS THE COSTS FOR SUPPORTIVE READING AND WRITING MATERIALS. INCLUDED IN THIS CODE ARE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS FOR THE AIS/SUPPORTIVE READING PROGRAM, DISTRICTWIDE SUMMER READING PROGRAM, LEVELED LITERACY WRITING AND READING BOOKS.

5/20/14

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DESCRIPTION

A2250

TEACHING - CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

A2250- l 20/130

PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHERS

A2250-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES COORDINATORS/DIRECTORS

A2250-160/ 170

PERSONNEL SERVICES CLERICAL/ AIDES/THERAPISTS

A2250-200

'

21)14/15

INCREASE

INClUiASE

ADOl'TED

A.CTUAl

$

%:

Wl:vl4

2(}1$3

ACTUAL 2opµ2

ACTUAL 2(}1qtll

11,836,654

(417,124)

-3.4%

12,253,778

10,746,900

9,904,520

10,515,415

837,540

42,457

5.3%

795,083

795,083

633,219

0

8,112,306

1,026,657

14.5%

7,085,649

6,978,064

6,179,928

5,741,611

EQUIPMENT

10,000

(5,000)

-33.3%

15,000

14,957

11,314

9,995

A2250-400

OTHER EXPENSES

40,000

500

1.3%

39,500

16,504

8,369

22,483

A2250-441

LEGAL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

62,939

122,045

A2250-449

PRO/TECH SERVICES/THERAPY SVC.

691,249

(81, 115)

-10.5%

772,364

504,272

431,676

388,692

A2250-449A

PRO/TECH SVC - PARENTALLY PLACED

492,450

47,346

10.6%

445,104

473,668

335,626

371,397

A2250-470

TUITION

2,791,764

307,984

12.4%

2,483,780

1,882,489

1,564,955

1,358,919

A2250-480

TEXTBOOKS

17,565

15,000

584.8%

2,565

133

2,498

1,959

A2250-490

BOCES - TUITION

6,085,994

599,199

10.9%

5,486,795

4,841,852

4,670,639

4,458,767

A2250-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

65,102

15,102

30.2%

50,000

52,854

47,409

40,300

30,980,624

1,551,006

5.3'\in

29,429,618

26,306,776

23,853,092

23,031,584

A2250 TOTALS


A2250 TEACHING - CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES A2250-120/130/ PERSONNEL SERVICES - TEACHING 150 SALARIES FOR TEACHERS OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES ARE CHARGED TO THIS ALLOCATION. ADDITIONAL POSITIONS ARE THIS CATEGORY ALSO REFLECTS SALARIES FOR THE SUPERVISION OF THE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES FEDERALLY FUNDED. PROGRAM, A POSITION OF WHICH WAS MOVED FROM 2015-150 (SEE PG. G-6). A2250-160/170 PERSONNEL SERVICES - AIDES/CLERICAL/THERAPISTS THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR SALARY PAYMENTS FOR AIDES IN THE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM, AIDES TO IMPLEMENT ALTERNATIVE TESTING AND AIDES WHO ASSIST INDIVIDUAL DISABLED STUDENTS. THE INCREASE OF PARAPROFESSIONAL HOURS ARE DUE TO THE NEED FOR INDIVIDUAL AIDES AS MANDATED BY THE COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL EDUCATION IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN THE LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT. THE SALARIES OF CLERICAL POSITIONS FOR THE SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM, LICENSED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS, AND A PHYSICAL THERAPIST ARE CODED HERE. ADDITIONAL CLERICAL POSITIONS AND JOB COACHES ARE FEDERALLY FUNDED. A2250-200

EQUIPMENT THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FUNDS TO PURCHASE SPECIAL ED CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT DISTRICTWIDE, AS MANDATED BY A STUDENT'S IEP.

A2250-400

OTHER EXPENSES CODED HERE ARE THE COSTS FOR SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND REPAIRS. COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE COMMISSION'S REGULATIONS TO PART 200.4 WHICH REQUIRE A VOCATIONAL ASSESSMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AS A COMPONENT FOR DEVELOPING A TRANSITION SERVICES PLAN. COSTS FOR BILINGUAL AND ADAPTIVE DRIVER EVALUATIONS, PARENT TRAINING, IN ADDITION TO TRAINING AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE CSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ARE IN THIS CODE.

A2250-441

LEGAL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO A1420-448 (SEE PG. B13).

A2250-449/ 449A

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - THERAPY /PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT COSTS OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, CLASSROOM CONSULTATIONS AND EVALUATIONS ARE CHARGED TO THIS CODE AS REQUIRED BY A CHILD'S. IEP. THIS ALLOCATION ALSO PROVIDES MANDATED SERVICES BY THE COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS, REQUIRED BY DEAF STUDENTS. ALSO INCLUDED ARE IEP DIRECT APPLICATION SUPPORT/MAINTENANCE, SERVICES RELATED TO STATEWIDE TESTING, SERVICES FOR STUDENTS IN PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS MANDATED BY THE CSE TO RECEIVE RESOURCE ROOM AND/OR SPEECH SERVICES AND CONTRACTS WITH AGENCIES FOR PROVIDING TRANSITION SERVICES. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR SERVICES RENDERED TO NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS ATTENDING PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS WITHIN HALF HOLLOW HILLS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 378 OF THE LAWS OF 2007. THIS EXPENSE IS OFFSET IN THE REVENUE SECTION OF THE BUDGET THROUGH TUITION BILLING.

A2250-480

TEXTBOOKS THIS ALLOCATION IS FOR TEXTBOOKS FOR A NEW SPECIAL EDUCATION READING PROGRAM.

A2250-490

BOC ES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION TUITION AND SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY BOCES TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES.

A2250-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES WHICH ARE USED IN THE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM, THE PROGRAM SERVICING CHILDREN IN THE INTENSIVE PRIMARY CLASSES AND SPECIAL INTEGRATED PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN ON THE AUTISTIC SPECTRUM, CAREER CONNECTION/PATHWAY CLASSES, ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPECIAL WORK PROGRAM AND TRANSITION SERVICES. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR GENERAL OFFICE SUPPLIES FOR THE OFFICE OF PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES.

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A2280-490

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866,250

99,750

13.0%

766,500

749,000

825,990

667,985

A2280 TOTALS

866,250

99,750

13.0%

766,500

749,000

825,990

667,985


A2280

TEACHING - OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION

A2280-490

BOCES SERVICES THESE SERVICES REPRESENT TUITION FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING THE BOCES VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT A COST OF $11,250 EACH. BOCES AID, WHICH IS RECEIVED THE YEAR FOLLOWING THE EXPENSE, PARTIALLY OFFSETS THIS COST.

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22,842

21,084

24,795

23,496

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20,000

11,184

5,012

7,384

A2345-000

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252,000

0

0.0%

252,000

423,753

452,871

438,841

A2350-000

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0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

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284,842

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294,842

456,020

482,677

469,720

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A2330-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A2330-400

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0

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21,842

18,614

23,829

21,991

1,000

0

0.0%

1,000

2,470

966

1,505

22,842

0

0.0%

22,842

21,084

24,795

23,496

A2331

TEACHING - ADULT EDUCATION

A2331-490

BOC ES

10,000

(10,000)

-50.0%

20,000

11,184

5,012

7,384

A2331 TOTALS

10,000

(10,000)

-50.0%

20,000

11,184

5,012

7,384

A2345

TEACHING - SUMMER SCHOOL

A2345-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

171,500

0

0.0%

171,500

152,656

144,045

167,278

A2345- I60 / 170

PERSONNEL SERVICES

71,000

0

0.0%

71,000

70,405

65,337

69,244

A2345-480

TEXTBOOKS

4,500

0

0.0%

4,500

0

4,505

5,141

A2345-490

BOCES SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

199,560

233,505

189,175

A2345-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

5,000

0

0.0%

5,000

1,131

5,479

8,003

252,000

0

0.0°/ii

252,000

423,753

452,871

438,841

A2345 TOTALS


A2330

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A2331

TEACHING - ADULT EDUCATION FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR PAYMENTS TO BOCES FOR CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION, GED PREPARATION, ESL, ACADEMIC REMEDIATION COUNSELING, AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH AND TEEN PARENTS UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE. STUDENTS ARE SELF-REFERRED OR ENROLLED AT THE DISTRICT'S REQUEST.

A2345

TEACHING - SUMMER SCHOOL THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR A FOUR (4) WEEK ELEMENTARY SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM.

A2345-150/ 170

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS CODE INCLUDES FUNDS FOR STAFF INVOLVED IN THE SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM.

A2345-490

BOCES SERVICES THE DISTRICT WILL NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE SECONDARY LEVEL REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR THE 2014/15 SCHOOL YEAR.

A2345-480 /500

TEXTBOOKS/SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR SUMMER SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND TEXTBOOKS.

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1,422,784

(209,830)

-12.9%

1,632,614

1,561,144

1,573,515

1,620,747

69,280

2,500

3.7%

66,780

63,371

60,048

66,781

COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION

2,785,695

176,369

6.8%

2,609,326

2,424,844

3,336,409

2,893,826

A2600 TOTALS

4,277,759

(30,%1)

-0.7"/i,

4,308,720

4,049,359

4,%9,972

4,581,355

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PERSONNEL SERVICES

A2610-170

PERSONNEL SVCS - AIDES

A2610-200

EQUIPMENT

A2610-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2610-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2610-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

A2610-500

SUPPLIES/MATERIALS $ 14,400

A2610-521

LIBRARY BOOKS

$ 62,044

A2610-524

PERIODICALS

$

A2610 TOTALS

4,444

1,026,940

(141,046)

-12.1%

1,167,986

1,104,856

1,047,676

1,079,748

295,806

(64,221)

-17.8%

360,027

353,322

336,703

317,833

0

0

0.0%

0

8,335

24,012

534

2,000

2,000

100.0%

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0%

0

0

0

910

17,150

(3,007)

-14.9%

20,157

14,436

15,292

14,000

80,888

(3,556)

-4.2%

84,444

80,194

149,832

207,722

1,422,784

(209,830)

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1,561,144

1,573,515

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PERSONNEL SERVICES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR THE DISTRICT LIBRARIANS' SALARIES.

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PERSONNEL SERVICES - AIDES REPRESENTS FUNDS FOR LIBRARY AIDE POSITIONS.

A261Q:400

CONTRACT EXPENSE THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR CONTRACTUAL SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF THE DISTRICT LIBRARIES.

A2610-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR LIBRARY AUTOMATION. BOCES AID, WHICH IS RECEIVED THE YEAR FOLLOWING THE EXPENSE, PARTIALLY OFFSETS THIS COST.

A2610-500/ ยง2_1/524

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS/BOOKS & PERIODICALS INCLUDES BOOK JACKETS, TAPE, CARDS, PAPER SUPPLIES, LIBRARY BOOKS AND PERIODICALS.

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AUDIO/VISUAL

A2615-200

EQUIPMENT

A2615-400/ 465

OTHER EXPENSES/REP AIRS

A2615-500

18,000

0

0.0%

18,000

18,250

17,693

33,460

5,000

(3,500)

-41.2%

8,500

0

2,154

4,605

SUPPLIES & MA TE RIALS

46,280

6,000

14.9%

40,280

45,121

40,201

28,717

A2615 TOTALS

69,280

2,500

3.7%

66,780

63,371

60,048

66,781


A2615

AUDIO/VISUAL

A2615-200

EQUIPMENT FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT DISTRICTWIDE.

A2615-400/ 465

OTHER EXPENSES RENT AL CHARGES AND MINOR MAINTENANCE OF AUDIO/VISUAL EQUIPMENT ARE INCLUDED IN THIS ACCOUNT.

A2615-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THE PURCHASE OF LADYBUG DOCUMENT CAMERAS AND OTHER MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES FOR THE AUDIO/VISUAL PROGRAM ARE CHARGED HERE.

5/20/14

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A2630

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A2630-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

0

0

0.0%

0

0

164,263

187,877

A2630-151

PERSONNEL SERVICES

71,579

0

0.0%

71,579

69,494

134,940

212,200

A2630-160/170

PERSONNEL SERVICES

839,628

(54,266)

-6.1 %

893,894

784,268

677,700

720,619

A2630-200

EQUIPMENT

772,756

256,498

49.7%

516,258

310,086

1,142,052

271,687

A2630-400

OTHER EXPENSES

207,816

(18,000)

-8.0%

225,816

114,198

183,648

104,387

A2630-478

DATA LINES/CABLEVISION

120,000

0

0.0%

120,000

90,968

90,968

90,968

A2630-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES

298,656

45,344

17.9%

253,312

490,414

447,711

861,822

A2630-500/ 520

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

250,260

0

0.0%

250,260

209,286

287,909

282,527

A2630-560

SOFTWARE

225,000

(53,207)

-19.1%

278,207

356,130

207,220

161,738

2,785,695

176,369

6.8°!t1

2,609,326

2,424,844

3,336,409

2,893,826

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A2630-1ยงQ

PERSONNEL SERVICES THE ALLOCATION FOR THE DISTRICTWIDE DIRECTOR FOR THE COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION PROGRAM HAS BEEN MOVED TO 2020-150.

~2630-151

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR A TEACHING ASSISTANT.

A263Q.:-J 60/ 170

PERSONNEL SERVICES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR INSTRUCTIONAL AIDES, NETWORK SPECIALISTS, COMPUTER TECHNICIANS, AND CLERICAL SUPPORT FOR COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT.

A2630-200

EQUIPMENT PROVIDES FOR THE PURCHASE OF SMARTBOARDS, REPLACEMENT MACBOOK AIRS, IMAC DESKTOP COMPUTERS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT DISTRICTWIDE.

A2630-400

OTHER EXPENSES PROVIDES FOR THE COST OF ONLINE SERVICES, WARRANTIES, MEMBERSHIPS, LEXMARK TECH INTEGRATION, TESTING AND GRADING LICENSE, WEBSITE FEES AND SERVICES AND OTHER NETWORK SERVICES IN EACH OF OUR BUILDINGS. ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS CODE ARE FUNDS FOR AN APPLE PROTECTION PLAN, EBOARDS SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE AND OTHER CONTRACTS IN SUPPORT OF THE COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT.

A2630-478

OTHER EXPENSES - DATA NETWORK PROVIDES FUNDS FOR THE DISTRICT'S WIDE AREA NETWORK SERVICES THROUGH CABLEVISION.

A2630-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES REPRESENTS COSTS FOR CONTRACTS PURCHASED THROUGH BOCES IN SUPPORT OF THE COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT. THESE COSTS ARE PARTIALLY OFFSET BY STATE AID, WHICH IS RECEIVED IN THE YEAR FOLLOWING THE EXPENSE.

A2630-500 520

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS PROVIDES FOR THE PURCHASE OF COMPUTER PARTS, (MEMORY UPGRADES FOR IMACS, AIRPORTS FOR CARTS, HARD DRIVES, LOGIC BOARDS, CD ROMS, POWER SUPPLIES) AND OTHER CONSUMABLES SUCH AS STORAGE MEDIA, CABLES, BATTERIES, AND PRINT CARTRIDGES. CLASSROOM PRINTERS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500, PREVIOUSLY CODED UNDER 2630-200, ARE BEING APPROPRIATED HERE IN COMPLIANCE WITH GASB34 STANDARDS.

A2630-560

SOFTWARE PROVIDES FUNDS FOR THE PURCHASE (SOFTWARE LICENSES) OF INSTRUCTIONAL SOFTWARE BOTH FOR INDIVIDUAL COMPUTERS AS WELL AS NETWORKED SYSTEMS. A PORTION OF THESE MONIES ARE STATE AIDED AND REFLECTED ON THE REVENUE SIDE OF THE BUDGET.

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A2805-000

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A2810-000

127,791

1,979

1.6%

125,812

122,029

92,073

90,573

GUIDANCE

3,681,599

(139,438)

-3.6%

3,821,037

3,757,732

3,689,704

3,565,499

A2815-000

HEALTH SERVICES

1,751,345

(132,442)

-7.0%

1,883,787

1,765,529

1,711,341

1,765,738

A2820-000

PSYCHOLOGICAL/SOCIAL WORK

1,727,090

22,896

1.3%

1,704,194

1,570,956

1,713,207

1,705,509

A2850-000

CO-CURRICULAR/ CHAPERONES

1,160,243

116,306

11.1%

1,043,937

1,039,719

1,365,902

1,440,754

A2855-000

INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS

1,949,226

144,746

8.0%

1,804,480

1,879,468

2,035,055

2,086,780

10,397,294

14,047

O.l'Y.,

10,383,247

10,135,432

10,607,283

10,654,853

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1,979

1.6%

125,812

122,029

92,073

90,573

~127,791

1,979

1.6%

125,812

122,029

92,073

90,573


A2805

ATTENDANCE

A2805-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR A SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SPECIALIST WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF ALL STUDENTS ENTERING THE DISTRICT FROM A RESIDENCY PERSPECTIVE. THIS INCLUDES INTERVIEWING NEW REGISTRANTS, INVESTIGATING QUESTIONS OF ILLEGAL RESIDENCE, VERIFICATION OF CUSTODY, CONTINUED RESIDENCE, AND PREPARATION OF REPORTS, AND TO ADDRESS ACUTE ATTENDANCE PROBLEMS IN EACH OF THE SCHOOLS. ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS CODE IS A SALARY ALLOCATION FOR CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF.

5/20/14

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GUIDANCE

A2810-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

3,099,746

(151,278)

-4.7%

3,251,024

3,194,574

3,116,471

3,028,171

A2810-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

557,225

10,720

2.0%

546,505

547,162

550,414

517,532

A2810-200

EQUIPMENT

0

0

100.0%

0

0

989

449

A2810-400

OTHER EXPENSES

8,740

0

0.0%

8,740

3,723

5,388

7,237

A2810-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

0

0

0.0%

0

0

1,002

0

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SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

15,888

1,120

7.6%

14,768

12,273

15,439

12, 110

-3.6'V.i

3,821,037

3,757,732

3,689,704

3,565,499

A2810 TOTALS

3,681,599

(139,438)


A2810

GUIDANCE THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR GUIDANCE SERVICES PROVIDED TO PUPILS BY CERTIFIED GUIDANCE COUNSELORS, CLERICAL STAFF AND OTHER EXPENSES OF THE GUIDANCE OFFICES OF THE MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS.

A2810-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FOR THE SALARIES OF GUIDANCE COUNSELORS. IN ADDITION, STIPENDS FOR THE GUIDANCE DIRECTORS, SUMMER COUNSELING AND COLLEGE VISITATIONS ARE INCLUDED.

A2810-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR THE SALARIES OF CLERICAL POSITIONS IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICES.

A2810-400/ 500

OTHER EXPENSES/SUPPLIES & MATERIALS RENT AL, REPAIR, OTHER EXPENSES AND SUPPLIES & MATERIALS REFLECT THE NEEDS OF EACH SECONDARY BUILDING AS COSTS FOR COPIER MACHINE RENTALS, OFFICE AND COMPUTER SUPPLIES AND DETERMINED BY THE PRINCIPAL. EQUIPMENT ITEMS UNDER $500 ARE CHARGED TO THESE CODES.

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A2815-160

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A2815-170

PERSONNEL SERVICES - AIDES

A2815-200

EQUIPMENT

3,000

A2815-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A2815-440

PHYSICIANS FEES

A2815-470

SERVICES/OTHER DISTRICTS

A2815-490

A2815-500

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1,179,745

(118,648)

-9.1%

1,298,393

1,212,028

1,158,928

1,219,118

233,231

(23,943)

-9.3%

257,174

231,101

227,582

213,739

0

0.0%

3,000

0

1,050

3,046

1,800

0

0.0%

1,800

626

600

700

12,000

580

5.1%

11,420

10,794

12,256

22,002

270,000

10,000

3.8%

260,000

268,781

271,459

257,074

OTHER EXPENSES/BOCES

26,000

0

0.0%

26,000

25,343

19,602

26,324

SUPPLIES & MA TERI A LS

25,569

(431)

-1.7%

26,000

16,855

19,865

23,736

1,751,345

(132,442)

-7.0°/o

1,883,787

1,765,529

1,711,341

1,765,738

A2815 TOTALS


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HEAL TH SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR HEALTH SERVICES FOR STUDENTS SUCH AS EXAMINATIONS AND FIRST-AID PERFORMED BY REGISTERED NURSES AND SCHOOL PHYSICIANS.

A2815-160/ 170

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION REPRESENTS SALARY PAYMENTS FOR REGISTERED NURSES, ONE OF WHOM PROVIDES SERVICES AT THE UPPER ROOM CHRISTIAN SCHOOL AS REQUIRED UNDER EDUCATION LAW 912. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR PART-TIME HEALTH OFFICE AIDES, PAYMENTS FOR TWO NURSES TO COVER SUMMER REGISTRATIONS, SPORT PHYSICALS AND SUMMER SCHOOL.

A2815-200

EQUIPMENT INCLUDES FUNDS FOR HEAL TH OFFICE EQUIPMENT DISTRICTWIDE.

A2815-400

OTHER EXPENSES INCLUDES FUNDS FOR REPAIR OF HEALTH EQUIPMENT.

A2815-440

PHYSICIANS FEES PHYSICIANS FEES ARE FOR MEDICAL AND WORKING PAPER EXAMINATIONS FOR STUDENTS.

A2815-470/ 490

SERVICES FROM OTHER DISTRICTS/BOCES SERVICES FROM OTHER DISTRICTS IS FOR MANDATED COSTS OF MEDICAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND BOCES TO HALF HOLLOW HILLS RESIDENT STUDENTS ATTENDING PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS IN OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

A2815-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS, FIRST-AID FORMS, PROFESSIONAL MATERIALS AND MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES USED BY THE NURSE AND HEAL TH OFFICES. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE REQUESTED FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO SCHOOL HEALTH NEWS AND SCHOOL NEWS ALERT FOR EACH NURSE.

5/20/14

A2815 G-75


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A2820

PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

A2820-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A2820-400

CONTRACT SERVICES

A2820-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A2820 TOTALS

.

~trrUAL

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·.• •

1,486,992

18,712

1.3%

1,468,280

1,345,640

1,505,534

1,494,84

0

(4,000)

-100.0%

4,000

0

0

0

15,120

720

5.0%

14,400

14,302

14,380

15,854

1,502,112

15,432

1.o•v.,

1,486,680

1,359,942

1,519,914

1,510,701


A2820

PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

A2820-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS APPROPRIATION REPRESENTS REGULAR SALARY PAYMENTS TO DISTRICT PSYCHOLOGISTS. AN ADDITIONAL POSITION IS FEDERALLY FUNDED. COSTS FOR SUMMER COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL EDUCATION PRESENTATIONS, SUMMER EVALUATIONS AND COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGIST COSTS ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY. THE PSYCHOLOGIST SERVICES FOR UPPER ROOM, ST. PIUS AND MONTESSORI SCHOOLS ARE OFFSET UNDER SECTION 912 OF THE EDUCATION LAW WHERE CHARGES ARE BILLED TO OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

A2820-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FOR THE ACQUISITION OF SUPPLY ITEMS SUCH AS TEST MATERIAL, TEST REPLACEMENTS, BOOKS AND PERIODICALS USED BY THE DISTRICT PSYCHOLOGISTS. IN ADDITION, UPDATED VERSIONS OF BASC-11, VINELAND AND THE WOODCOCK JOHNSON COGNITIVE BATTERY Ill TEST, AS MANDATED BY IDEA, WILL BE PURCHASED.

5/20/14

A2820

G-77


G-78

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SOCIAL WORK SERVICES

A2825-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A2825-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A2825 TOTALS

223,611

7,464

3.5%

216,147

210,799

193,058

194,169

1,367

0

0.0%

1,367

215

235

639

224,978

7,464

3.4%

217,514

211,014

193,293

194,808


A2825

SOCIAL WORK

A2825-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR THE SALARY PAYMENT FOR SOCIAL WORKERS. THE SOCIAL WORKERS PRIMARILY PROVIDE OUTREACH SERVICES TO COMMUNITY RESIDENTS AND AGENCIES, IN ADDITION TO WORKING DIRECTLY WITH STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES, PROVIDING COUNSELING SERVICES AND RUNNING GROUPS WITHIN ALL SCHOOLS, COORDINATING OCCUPATION EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, AND SERVING AS LIAISONS TO OUT-OFDISTRICT PLACEMENTS AND SCHOOL AND BUSINESS ADVISORY COUNCIL.

A2825-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS ALLOCATION PROVIDES FOR CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS WHICH ARE USED WITH CHILDREN PARTICIPATING IN GROUPS.

5/20/14

A2825

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CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

A2850-150

PERSONNEL SERVICES

736,181

102,306

16.1%

633,875

672,235

944,478

966,873

A2850-151

PERSONNEL SVC-CHAPERONES

293,212

(5,000)

-1.7%

298,212

299,553

338,036

380,414

A2850-400

OTHER EXPENSES

84,000

0

0.0%

84,000

50,979

59,038

69,462

A2850-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

46,850

19,000

68.2%

27,850

16,952

24,349

24,005

1,160,243

116,306

11.l'Yo

1,043,937

1,039,719

1,365,902

1,440,754

A2850 TOTALS


A2850

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

A2850-150/ 151

PERSONNEL SERVICES THE PROGRAMS OFFERED BY THE SCHOOLS INVOLVE A GREAT MANY STUDENT ACTIVITIES IN WHICH TEACHERS SPEND TIME BEYOND THE NORMAL TEACHING DAY. THIS CODE PROVIDES FOR THE COMPENSATION OF THE TEACHERS, AND CHAPERONES WHO SUPERVISE THESE ACTIVITIES.

A2850-400

CONTRACTED SERVICES CODED HERE ARE ITEMS SUCH AS FEES FOR DEBATE, CONTRACT PRINTING, ROYALTIES, EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND SCHOOL NEWSPAPER COSTS, CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES TO FACILITATE THE ELEMENTARY DISTRICTWIDE THEATRE EVENTS AND MIDDLE SCHOOL/ HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS.

A2850-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS THIS CODE COVERS THE COST OF ELEMENTARY INTRAMURAL SUPPLIES AND AWARDS AND SUPPLIES FOR ELEMENTARY DISTRICTWIDE THEATRE EVENTS.

A2850

5/20/14 G-81


G-82

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CODE.

t;)~SCRlfl'ION

A2855

INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS

A2855-150

COACHING

A2855-200

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1,462,312

105,690

7.8%

1,356,622

1,426,061

1,578,014

1,580,910

EQUIPMENT

19,800

30

0.2%

19,770

0

36,088

30,289

A2855-400

OTHER EXPENSES

57,200

0

0.0%

57,200

48,107

35,573

46,897

A2855-440

PHYSICIANS FEES

35,000

0

0.0%

35,000

35,715

37,497

43,093

A2855-447

OFFICIALS FEES

A2855-451

A2855-463/ 465

160,000

(11,579)

-6.7%

171,579

157,256

159,305

157,487

AWARDS

15,000

1,155

8.3%

13,845

19,894

15,568

12,249

RECONDITIONING/ REP AIR OF

58,500

17,100

41.3%

41,400

44,658

20,102

52,791

41,414

(100)

-0.2%

41,514

39,578

39,568

38,681

0

0

0.0%

0

0

6,300

5,054

100,000

32,450

48.0%

67,550

108,199

107,041

119,330

1,949,226

144,746

8.0°/o

1,804,480

1,879,468

2,035,055

2,086,780

EQUIPMENT

A2855-470

MEMBERSHIPS

A2855-475

TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE

A2855-500 / 520

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A2855 TOTALS


A2855

INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE DIRECT EXPENDITURES INCURRED IN TRAINING AND MAINTAINING BOYS' AND GIRLS' TEAMS FOR OVER 3,000 STUDENTS FOR INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS COMPETITION, INCLUDING FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, SOFTBALL, BADMINTON, TRACK, SOCCER, SWIMMING, LACROSSE, VOLLEYBALL, FIELD HOCKEY, GYMNASTICS, FENCING, TENNIS, WRESTLING, AND GOLF AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL. AN ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S POSITION, PREVIOUSLY CODED HERE, HAS BEEN MOVED TO 2020-150.

A2855-150

COACHING SALARIES THIS COACHES' SALARIES ARE SET BY A NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT WITH THE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. APPROPRIATION INCLUDES STIPENDS FOR OVER 180 COACHES, ASSISTANT COACHES, ATHLETIC TRAINERS AND ATHLETIC TIMERS, PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR 129 TEAMS.

A2855-200

EQUIPMENT THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC PROGRAM.

A2855-400

FOR

ATHLETIC

EQUIPMENT

IN

SUPPORT

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THE

DISTRICTWIDE

OTHER EXPENSES PROVIDES FOR CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES INCURRED AT TOURNAMENTS, INVITATIONALS, GOLF TEAM SITE FEES, NEW YORK STATE INTERSECTIONAL EXPENSES AND SUPERVISION. ALSO INCLUDED ARE COSTS FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT, STAFF CLINICS AND INSTRUCTIONAL CAMPS, COUNTY AWARD DINNERS, GOLD KEY AWARD DINNER AND DISTRICT AWARD PRESENTATION EXPENSES.

A2855-440

PHYSICIANS FEES PROVIDES FOR THE COSTS OF PHYSICIANS FEES AND STATE MANDATED PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS, REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION IN AN INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC PROGRAM. IN ADDITION, MEDICAL COVERAGE IS MANDATED FOR ALL HOME FOOTBALL CONTESTS.

A2855-44 7

OFFICIALS FEES PROVIDES FOR COSTS OF SECTION XI CONTRACTUAL OFFICIAL FEES REQUIRED FOR ALL HOME NON-LEAGUE, LEAGUE CONTESTS AND TOURNAMENTS.

A2855

5/20/14 G-83


G-84

A2855

INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS - CONTINUED

A2855-451 I 463/465

AWARDS/RECONDITIONING FEES/RECONDITIONING/REPAIR FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR AWARDS FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS, SUCH AS CERTIFICATES, LETTERS, 2ND-6TH YEAR AWARDS, TEAM MVP AND COACHES AWARD WINNERS. RECONDITIONING AND REPAIR COSTS INCLUDE CLEANING AND REPAIR OF ALL UNIFORMS, AS WELL AS THE RECONDITIONING AND SAFETY CERTIFICATION OF PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT SUCH AS FOOTBALL, BASEBALL, SOFTBALL AND LACROSSE HELMETS; SHOULDER PADS, ARM PADS, LEG GUARDS, ETC. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR REPAIRS, AS NEEDED, TO ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SUCH AS SCOREBOARDS AND WRESTLING SCALES.

A2855-470

MEMBERSHIP DUES/FEES MEMBERSHIP FEES INCLUDE DUES REQUIRED BY SECTION XI AND THE NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, WHICH PROVIDE GAME SCHEDULES, OFFICIALS, AND SPONSORSHIP OF COUNTY AND STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS.

A2855-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS FUNDS FOR SUPPLIES, PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, AND UNIFORMS USED IN THE INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC PROGRAM ARE CODED HERE.

5/20/14

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A5530-000

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A5540-000

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ASSOOTOTALS

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5,015,834

4,713,403

5,287,897

5,149,428

125,397

16,217

14.9%

109,180

100,565

68,214

125,555

9,071,111

695,688

8.3%

8,375,423

7,680,511

8,176,965

7,620,988

14,148,841

648,404

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13,500,437

12,494,479

13,533,077

12,895,970


A5500

PUPIL TRANSPORTATION THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION FOR PUPILS TO AND FROM DISTRICT SCHOOLS, PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS AND SPECIAL SCHOOLS. IT ALSO PROVIDES SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICE FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED STUDENT, i.e., ON CRUTCHES OR IN A WHEELCHAIR. TRANSPORTATION FOR AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS AND EDUCATIONAL FIELD TRIPS ARE ALSO INCLUDED.

THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION FOR ALL STUDENTS ATTENDING DISTRICT SCHOOLS. ADDITIONALLY, TRANSPORTATION IS PROVIDED TO STUDENTS ATTENDING PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 15 MILES FROM HOME TO SCHOOL. PUPIL TRANSPORTATION IS PROVIDED BY DISTRICT-OWNED BUSES AND BY PRIVATE BUS OPERATORS UNDER CONTRACT TO THE DISTRICT. SUPPLY ITEMS SUCH AS GASOLINE, TIRES AND PARTS ARE PURCHASED ON ST ATE AND SUFFOLK COUNTY CONTRACTS OR BY DISTRICT BID. THIS APPROPRIATION IS SUB-DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS:

5510-000 5530-000 5540-000

DISTRICT OWNED TRANSPORTATION SERVICE GARAGE BUILDING CONTRACT TRANSPORTATION

5/20/14

A5500 GR-3


GR-4

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CODE

DE$C1UP'flON

A5510

DISTRICT TRANS. SERVICE

A5510-100

PERSONNEL SERVICES

A5510...200

EQUIPMENT

A5510...210

EQUIPMENT, BUSES

A5510-400

OTHER EXPENSES

A5510-422

VEHICLE INSURANCE

A5510-465

CONTRACT REPAIRS- BUSES

A5510-467

CONTRACT EXPENSES- OTHER

A5510-490

CONTRACT EXPENSES - BOCES

A5510-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

A5510-570

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3,465,302

(395,902)

-10.3%

3,861,204

3,275,016

3,555,053

3,669,068

21,210

10,710

102.0%

10,500

9,534

23,693

6,645

321,565

321,565

100.0%

0

303,573

589,730

349,380

60,000

0

0.0%

60,000

26,825

32,384

18,203

152,930

0

0.0%

152,930

128,221

126,583

138,720

50,000

0

0.0%

50,000

130,697

56,671

9,127

0

0

0.0%

0

27,289

33,494

34,787

4,326

126

3.0%

4,200

2,418

29,486

21,692

12,000

0

0.0%

12,000

6,930

29,658

14,791

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS & ACCES.

200,000

0

0.0%

200,000

204,795

205,108

199,942

A5510-571

FUEL

599,000

0

0.0%

599,000

508,845

544,724

622,037

A5510-572

OIL & LUBRICANTS

18,000

0

0.0%

18,000

16, 144

16,066

16,788

A55I0-573

TIRES

48,000

0

0.0%

48,000

73,115

45,247

48,248

4,952,333

(63,501)

-1.3°!.1

5,015,834

4,713,403

5,287,897

A5510 TOTALS

5,149,428


A_551Q

Pl~JRICT OPERATED TRANSPORTATION SERVICE THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR PUPIL TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED BY DISTRICT OWNED VEHICLES. IT INCLUDES REGULAR TO AND FROM SCHOOL RUNS, ACTIVITY BUSES, IN-DISTRICT SPECIAL NEEDS RUNS, IN-DISTRICT PROGRAMS (PLANETARIUM, LIBRARY, CLINICAL SPORTS, RECREATIONAL SPORTS, SWIM, WATER SAFETY, ORIENTATIONS) AND MOST OF THE ATHLETIC AND FIELD TRIPS. THE COSTS OF OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS ARE INCLUDED.

A5510-100

PJ;RSONNEL SERVICES PERSONNEL SERVICE APPROPRIATIONS PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR, CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF, DISPATCHER, HEAD BUS DRIVER, DRIVERS, AND MECHANICS.

A5510-2_9_Q

EQUIPMENT THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FOR REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN BUSES. THIS YEAR'S APPROPRIATION INCLUDES IN-BUS SECURITY CAMERAS AND RADIOS.

A5510-210

BUSES THIS APPROPRIATION PROVIDES FUNDS FOR THREE (3) 72-PASSENGER BUSES.

A5510-400

OTHER EXPENSES INCLUDES COSTS FOR CONTRACT SERVICES SUCH AS OFFICE EQUIPMENT REPAIR AND RADIO REPAIR, FEES FOR ANNUAL UPDATE AND SERVICE OF TIME CARD SYSTEM, FINGER PRINTING, WASTE OIL REMOVAL, PHYSICALS, TOOL AND SHOE ALLOWANCE, LICENSE RENEWALS, TOLLS, RADIO MAINTENANCE AND UPDATES OF DISTRICT MAPS. ALSO INCLUDED ARE FUNDS FOR BUS ROUTING SYSTEM SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE FEES. EXPENSES FOR CONTRACT SERVICES BUDGETED IN DISTRICTWIDE CODES ARE ALLOCATED HERE TO MAXIMIZE TRANSPORTATION AID.

A55J 0-4n

VEHICLE INSURANCE REPRESENTS COSTS FOR VEHICLE INSURANCE ON DISTRICT OWNED BUSES.

A5510-465

CONTRACT REPAIRS-BUSES CONTRACT REPAIR IS FOR THOSE SPECIALIZED REPAIRS PERFORMED BY CONTRACTORS ON OUR BUSES SUCH AS PAINTING AND BODY WORK, MAJOR ENGINE OVERHAUL OR REPLACEMENT AND MACHINE SHOP WORK.

A5510-490

OTHER EXPENSES - BOCES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL TESTING.

A5510-500/

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS PROVIDES ALLOCATIONS FOR PURCHASE OF REPAIR PARTS, GASOLINE AND DIESEL FUEL, OIL AND TIRES FOR THE DISTRICT OWNED BUS FLEET, ROUTE CHANGERS, BUS SIGNS, AND SUPPLIES FOR THE DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION OFFICE.

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14,817

26.7%

55,580

67,647

32,383

76,066

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2,000

0

0.0%

2,000

287

0

135

A5530-454

FUELS & UTILITIES

48,000

0

0.0%

48,000

28,483

32,570

44,768

A5530-500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS

5,000

1,400

38.9%

3,600

4,149

3,262

4,585

125,397

16,217

14.9'1.i

109,180

100,565

68,214

125,555

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A5530

GARAGE BUILDING THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE CUSTODIAL AND MAINTENANCE COST OF THE TRANSPORTATION CENTER. IT INCLUDES ONE PART-TIME CUSTODIAN, CONTRACTED REPAIRS, FUEL AND UTILITIES, CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE INCLUDED FOR SNOW REMOVAL FOR THE BUS YARD AND BUS LANES AT EACH SCHOOL.

5/20/14

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695,688

8.3%

8,375,423

7,680,511

8,176,%5

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695,688

8.3%

8,375,423

7,680,511

8,176,965

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7,620,988


A5540-400

CONTRACT TRANSPORTATION THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR PUPIL TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED BY PRIVATE BUS OPERATORS UNDER CONTRACT TO THE DISTRICT. THIS WILL BE THE 1sr YEAR OF A THREE (3) YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION, THE TOTAL ESTIMATED COST OF WHICH IS $28,223,855 OVER THE TERM OF THE MULTI-YEAR CONTRACT. DISTRICT PURCHASES THE FUEL AND DEDUCTS THIS COST FROM THE CONTRACTOR'S INVOICES. BY CONTRACT, HALF HOLLOW HILLS MUST ASSUME THE COST OF FUEL OVER THE CAP OF $3.50/GALLON. YEAR 1 (2014-15) CPI OR 3% WHICHEVER IS LOWER YEAR 2 (2015-16) CPI OR 3.5% WHICHEVER IS LOWER YEAR 3 (2016-17) CPI OR 4% WHICHEVER IS LOWER

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A7140-500

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A7140 TOTALS

120,000

25,000

26.3%

95,000

103,660

107,097

104,834

405

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405

400

472

451

120,405

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104,060

107,569

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A7140-100

PERSONNEL SERVICES INCLUDES SALARY PAYMENTS FOR LIFEGUARDS AND OTHER RELATED POSITIONS REQUIRED FOR COMMUNITY POOL PROGRAMS. THIS COST IS PARTIALLY OFFSET BY RECEIPTS FROM POOL FEES.

A7140-500

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62,906,828

2,157,047

3.6%

60,749,781

52,470,932

49,037,734

45,494,106

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11,516,792

891,504

8.4%

10,625,288

10,195,062

9,613,083

9,009,570

74,423,620

3,048,551

4.3°/.i

71,375,069

62,665,994

58,650,817

54,503,676

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EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT

5,987,553

A9020-800

TEACHERS RETIREMENT

16,295,046

A9030-800

SOCIAL SECURITY

A9040-800

WORKERS COMPENSATION

A9045-800

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6,046,227

4,806,958

4,307,682

3,015,122

1,183,594

7.8%

15,111,452

10,779,527

9,953,515

7,787,700

9,231,250

182,682

2.0%

9,048,568

8,770,544

8,620,950

8,804,966

1,100,000

0

0.0%

1,100,000

1,091,531

1,008,893

671,275

LIFE INSURANCE

503,463

45,319

9.9%

458,144

455,088

470,371

475,330

A9050-800

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

575,000

(45,000)

-7.3%

620,000

373,930

183,435

198,794

A9055-800

DISABILITY INSURANCE

215,000

15,000

7.5%

200,000

192,467

180,346

191,974

A9056-800

DENT AL INSURANCE

978,242

74,639

8.3%

903,603

861,568

816,201

792,058

A9060-800

HEALTH INSURANCE

26,286,274

309,487

1.2%

25,976,787

22,657,275

22,110,324

20,%3,405

A9070-800

COMPENSATED ABSENCES

1,700,000

450,000

36.0%

1,250,000

2,458,130

1,360,730

2,565,519

A9089-800

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35,000

0

0.0%

35,000

23,914

25,287

27,%2

62,906,828

2,157,047

3.6'Y.,

60,749,781

52,470,932

49,037,734

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A9010-800

THE EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM (ERSI IS FOR NON-CERTIFIED EMPLOYEES AND IS MANDATED BY LAW. THE DISTRICT'S CONTRIBUTION RATES ARE ESTABLISHED AND MANDATED BY THE NEW YORK STATE PENSION FUND. FUNDING FOR THE 2014/15 EXPENDITURE MAY BE PARTIALLY OFFSET THROUGH THE USE OF THE DISTRICT'S RESERVE FUND.

A9020-800

THE TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM (TRS) IS FOR CERTIFIED EMPLOYEES AND IS MANDATED BY LAW. CONTRIBUTION RATE IS ESTABLISHED AND MANDATED BY THE NEW YORK STATE PENSION FUND.

A9030-800

SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE ARE MANDATED BY LAW. THE DISTRICT'S CONTRIBUTION RATES AND THE MAXIMUM WAGE BASE ARE ESTABLISHED BY THE SOCIAL SECURITY AGENCY.

A9040-800

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COVERAGE IS MANDATED BY LAW. THE DISTRICT IS SELF-FUNDED UNDER A RISK-RETENTION PLAN AND MAINTAINS A SEPARATE INSURANCE POLICY FOR EXCESS COVERAGE. FUNDING FOR THE 2014/15 EXPENDITURE MAY BE PARTIALLY OFFSET THROUGH THE USE OF THE DISTRICT'S RESERVE FUND.

A9045-800

LIFE INSURANCE IS MANDATED AS A NEGOTIATED BENEFIT IN CERTAIN EMPLOYEE CONTRACTS.

A9050-800

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE IS MANDATED BY LAW. THE DISTRICT IS ON A DIRECT REIMBURSEMENT BASIS. FUNDING FOR THE 2014/15 EXPENDITURE MAY BE PARTIALLY OFFSET THROUGH THE USE OF THE DISTRICT'S RESERVE FUND.

A9055-800

DISABILITY INSURANCE IS MANDATED AS A NEGOTIATED BENEFIT IN CERTAIN EMPLOYEE CONTRACTS. SELF-FUNDED UNDER A RISK-RETENTION PLAN.

A9056-800

DENTAL INSURANCE IS MANDATED AS A NEGOTIATED BENEFIT IN CERTAIN EMPLOYEE CONTRACTS.

A9060-800

MEDICAL INSURANCE IS MANDATED AS A NEGOTIATED BENEFIT IN CERTAIN EMPLOYEE CONTRACTS.

A9070-800

COMPENSATED ABSENCES PROVIDES FUNDS FOR SICK DAY BUY BACK AND ACCRUED COMPENSATION DURING EMPLOYMENT IN-DISTRICT AND AT RETIREMENT. FUNDING FOR THE 2014/15 EXPENDITURE MAY BE PARTIALLY OFFSET THROUGH THE USE OF THE DISTRICT'S RESERVE FUND.

A9089-800

OPTICAL COVERAGE IS MANDATED AS A NEGOTIATED BENEFIT IN CERTAIN EMPLOYEE CONTRACTS.

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TRANSFER TO DEBT SERVICE

8,417,392

17,704

0.2%

8,399,688

8,785,546

8,123,932

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8,417,392

17,704

0.2%

8,399,688

8,785,546

8,123,932

694,400

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694,400

69,914

79,784

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528,081

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7,601,993

7,601,993

A9760

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A9760-700

INTEREST

A9900

TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS

A9901-950

TRANSFER TO SPECIAL AID FUND

575,000

43,800

8.2%

531,200

539,602

609,367

A9901 TOTALS

575,000

43,800

8.2%

531,200

539,602

609,367

TRANSFER TO CAPITAL FUND

1,830,000

830,000

83.0%

1,000,000

800,000

800,000

782,000

A9950 TOTALS

1,830,000

830,000

83.0%

1,000,000

800,000

800,000

782,000

11,516,792

891,504

8.4''1.路

10,625,288

10,195,062

9,613,083

A9950-900

A9700/9900 TOTALS

528,081

9,009,570


TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES

A9760

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THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR THE INTEREST DUE ON THE YEARLY ANNUAL TEMPORARY BORROWING REQUIRED FOR CASH FLOW PURPOSES IN ANTICIPATION OF PROPERTY TAX RECEIPTS. ESTIMATED TAN 2014/15 $43,400,000

ESTIMATED INTEREST RATE 1.6%

A9900

TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS

A9901-960

TRANSFER TO DEBT SERVICE FUND

ESTIMATED INTEREST $694,400

THIS ACCOUNT IS USED TO TRANSFER TO THE DEBT SERVICE FUND AND RECORD THE COST OF PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYMENTS ON DISTRICT INDEBTEDNESS. THIS YEAR'S APPROPRIATION INCLUDES THE PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYMENTS FOR THE DISTRICT CAPITAL PROJECTS (DISTRICTWIDE ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS) APPROVED BY THE VOTERS IN MARCH OF 2000, AS WELL AS PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYMENTS NECESSARY FOR EXCEL PROPOSITION 1 APPROVED BY THE VOTERS FEBRUARY 7, 2007. FUNDS ARE ALSO INCLUDED FOR THE PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYMENT OF THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACT. THESE EXPENSES ARE PARTIALLY OFFSET BY BUILDING AID REVENUE. A9901-950

TRANSFER TO SPECIAL AID FUND THIS ALLOCATION IS FOR THE APPROXIMATE 20% DISTRICT SHARE OF SUMMER TUITION, MAINTENANCE AND TRANSPORTATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED STUDENTS PLACED IN PRIVATE DAY, RESIDENTIAL OR BOCES PROGRAMS AS MANDATED BY THEIR INDIVIDUAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (IEPS).

A9950-900

TRANSFER TO CAPITAL FUND THIS ACCOUNT PROVIDES MONEY APPROPRIATED IN THE ANNUAL BUDGET AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE CAPITAL FUND BUDGET. THE PROJECTS MAY INCLUDE WEST HOLLOW ATRIUM REPLACEMENT, GENERATOR AT FRAN GREENSPAN ADMINISTRATION CENTER AND OTHER PROJECTS DISTRICTWIDE. ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE INCLUDED FOR A GENERATOR AT HIGH SCHOOL EAST. THIS PROJECT IS CONTINGENT UPON FEMA APPROVAL SINCE A PORTION OF THE FUNDING IS ANTICIPATED FROM THIS OUTSIDE SOURCE.

TOTAL

$ 1,830,000

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PRINCIPAL

LOCATION/ ORIGINAL BOND PRINCIPAL

DISTRICTWIDE RENOVATIONS $33,000,000 4.25% REFUNDING FOR ABOVE BOND

VARIABLE

INTEREST

TOTAL

2001 2007

1,840,000

664,000

2,504,000

APRIL 15, 2023

DISTRICTWIDE RENOVATIONS (PHASE II)

AUGUST 15, 2023

$20,000,000

3.5%

2004

1,025,000

19,219

1,044,219

REFUNDING FOR ABOVE BOND

VARIABLE

2013

5,000

394, 100

399, 100

$25,500,000

4.0%

2005

1,250,000

REFUNDING FOR ABOVE BOND

VARIABLE

2013

735,000

APRIL 15, 2025

53,125

1,303, 125

935, 150

1,670, 150

BOND/BAN FOR BUILDING AID PORTION OF EXCEL PROPOSITION 1 VOTER APPROVED 02/7 /07. (WILL BE OFFSET BY BUILDING AID REVENUES) MAY 1, 2023

$2,183,717

4.85%

2008

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACT TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 2014-15

145,000

57,056

202,056

911 ,052

383,689

1,294,741

2,506,339

8,417,391

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19,102

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STAFF TRAINING- LEVELED LITERACY INTERVENT ION

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SPECIAL SERV ICES - PURCHASING COOP /STATE AID

12,161

2250

1430

PERSONNE L - REGIONAL CERTIFICATION SERVICE

12,051

1480

PUBLIC IN FORMATION & SERVICES

7,088

1620

ASBESTOS TRAINING/HEALTH & SAFETY PROGRAM

8,700

1680

DI\TA PROCESSING - ST ATE REPORTS

97,000

1981

BOCES- ADM INISTRATIVE EXPENSES

702,123

2010

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

13,000

CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES JAMES E ALLEN, DIX HILLS JAMES E ALLEN, MELVILLE JAMES E ALLEN, ALTERNATIVE MANOR PLAINS, HS BRENN AN HS BRENNAN M.S. EASTERN SU FFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS IN GEN . OCC. ED VISUALLY IM PA IRED PROGRAM IN DISTRICT EVALUATION FEES RELATED SERVICES IN BOCES PROGRAM TRANSPORT ATION -TRIPS NASSAU BOCES

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INSERVICE TRAIN ING

18,540 2280

OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION

23'.H

TEACHING - ADULT EDUCATION

23-15

TEACHING - SUMMER SCHOOL

2610

SCHOOL LIBRA RY / MEDIA CENTER

2630

COMPUTER INSTRU CTIO N

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HE ALTH SERV ICES

26,000

5500

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600,000

76,212

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PROPOSED 2014/15 BUDGET-Three Part Format Summary 2014/15 CODE 1010 1040 1060 1240 1310 1320 1325 1420 1430 1460 1480 1620/1621 1670 1680 1910 1920 1980 1981 1989 2010 2015 2020 2040 2060 2070 2110 2112 2113 2115 2116 2117 2118 2119 2120 2121

FUNCTION Board of Education District Clerk District Meeting Office of Chief School Admin. Business Administration Auditing District Treasurer Legal Service Districtwide Administration Records Management Public Information & Services Plant Operations/Maintenance Printing and Mailing Mgmt. Of Information Systems Liability Insurance School Association Dues MTA Tax BOCES Admin. Charges TAN Issue Expense Curriculum Development Pupil Personnel Supervision - Regular School Supervision - Adult Education Research Inservice Training Teaching - Regular School Teaching - Art Teaching- Bus./Voc. Educ. Teaching - English Language Arts Teaching - LOTE Teaching -Health Teaching - Physical Educ. Teaching - FACS Teaching - Technology Teaching - Math

AD MIN. 15,133 77,322 42,782 491,067 1,469,228 123,248 0 218,000 692,630 8,950 45,588

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CAPITAL

2013/14 TOTAL

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218,000

13,569,546 223,026 894,399 1,236,707 19,390 0 702,123 35,000 596,018 0 7,228,396 18,662 0 295,821 28,850,930 2,504,546 864,206 4,353,218 4,229,700 743,578 3,402,247 776,473 618,614 5,522,615

436,000 692,630 8,950 45,588 13,569,546 223,026 894,399 1,236,707 19,390 0 702,123 35,000 596,018 0 7,228,396 18,662 0 295,821 28,850,930 2,504,546 864,206 4,353,218 4,229,700 743,578 3,402,247 776,473 618,614 5,522,615

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15,133 76,438 41,282 484,107 1,472,318 122,248 0 187,500 625,635 9,150 45,250

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CAPITAL

187,500

13,743,163 217,264 877,718 1,210,453 19,390 0 697,639 35,000 591,602 7,581,247 18,662 45,000

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296,819 28,586,827 2,497,291 724,959 4,289,262 4,144,181 759,546 3,341,875 794,336 637,734 5,288,941

TOTAL 15,133 76,438 41,282 484,107 1,472,318 122,248 ' 0 375,000 625,635 9,150 45,250 L 13,743,163 ·• 217,264 877,718 1,210,453 19,390 0 697,639 35,000 591,602 I 0 7,581,247 18,662 45,000 296,819 28,586,827 2,497,291 724,959 4,289,262 4,144,181 759,546 I< 3,341,875 794,336 ·. 637,734 5,288,941


PROPOSED 2014/15 BUDGET- Three Part Format Summary 2014/15 CODE

FUNCTION

2122 2123 2124 2125 2130 2131 2170 2250 2280 2300 2610 2615 2630 2805 2810 2815 2820 2825 2850 2855

Teaching - Music Teaching - Science Teaching - Research Teaching - Social Studies Teaching - Driver Education Speech Teaching- Reading/PSEN Children with Disabilities Occupational Education Teaching - Special Schools School Library Audio/Visual Computer Assisted Instruction Attendance Guidance Health Services Psychological Services Social Work Services Co-Curricular Activities Interscholastic Athletics

5510 5530 5540

District Owned Transportation Garage Building Contract Transportation*

7140 8070

Community Recreation Census

90!0 9700 9900

Employee Benefits Tax Anticipation Note Interest Transfer to Other Funds Capital/Debt Svc/Special Aid TOTAL: PERCENT OF BUDGET:

AD MIN.

837,540

PROGRAM

2013/14 CAPITAL

3,177,626 6,318,288 173,857 4,889,144 175,000 2,361,964 1,534,173 30,143,084 866,250 284,842 1,422,784 69,280 2,785,695 127,791 3,681,599 1,751,345 1,502,112 224,978 1,160,243 1,949,226 4,630,768 125,397 9,071,111

$20,903,080 8.92 1'1.1

52.616.098

321,565

795,083

4,952,333 125,397 • 9,071,111

575,000

62,906,828 694,400 10,822,392

$184,118,008

$29,195,761

$234,216,849

12.47%

PROGRAM

CAPITAL

3,365,395 6,199,411 170,093 4,840,691 0 2,304,341 1,555,677 28,634,535 766,500 294,842 1,632,614 66,780 2,609,326 125,812 3,821,037 1,883,787 1,486,680 217,514 1,043,937 1,804,480 5,015,834 109,180 8,375,423

120,405 0 4.362.858 694,400 10,247,392

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AD MIN.

3,177,626 6,318,288 173,857 I< 4,889,144 175,000 2,361,964 1,534,173 30,980,624 866,250 284,842 1,422,784 .• 69,280 2,785,695 127,791 3,681,599 1,751,345 1,502,112 224,978 1,160,243 1,949,226

120,405 0 5.927.872

TOTAL

3,365,395 6,199,411 170,093 4,840,691 0 2,304,341 1,555,677 29,429,618 766,500 294,842 1,632,614 66,780 2,609,326 125,812 3,821,037 1,883,787 1,486,680 217,514 1,043,937 1,804,480 0

95,405 0 5.450.768

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50.971.317

TOTAL

5,015,834 109,180 8,375,423 95,405 0

531,200

4J27.696 694,400 9,399,688

60,749,781 694,400 9,930,888

$179,471,082

$28,164,947

$228,254,916

78.63%

12.34%

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Property Tax Report Card 580405 - HALF HOLLOW HILLS CS

2013--2014 - Page 1 Official - as of 04/11/2014 12:35 PM

Important Note: Chapter 97 of the Laws of 2011 requires school districts to report data elements necessary to calculate a Property Tax Levy Umlt. Data elements for the Property Tax Report Card have been renamed and redefined in accordance with these changes. Please see http://www.p12.nysed.gov/mgtservtpropertvtaxftaxcap/ for additional guidance.

Form Due - April 26, 2014 School District Contact Person:

jANNE MARIE MARRONE CALIENDO

School District Telephone Number:

@31..s92-3030

Budgeted 2013-14 (A)

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Proposed Budget 2014-15 (B)

Total Proposed Spending

~28,254,916

1234.216,849

!2.61

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Total Proposed School Year Tax Levy, Including Tax Levy to Support Library Debt 1 Permissible Exclusions to the School Tax Levy Limit Proposed School Year Tax Levy, Not Including Levy for Permissible Exclusions or Levy to Support Library Debt School Tax Levy Limit2 Difference (positive value requires 60.0% voter approval) Public School Enrollment

1187, 717,454

1192,116,536

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~.737,300

15.596,772

j180,980,154

1186,519,764

1180,980,154

1186,519,764

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19.128

18,759

;-4.04

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11.46

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Consumer Price Index 1 All proposed levies should exclude any prior year reserve for excess tax levy, including interest.

2 For 2014-15, includes any carryover from 2013-14 and excludes any tax levy for library debt or prior year reserve for excess tax levy. including interest.

Actual 2013-14 (D)

Estimated 2014-15 (E)

Adjusted Restricted Fund Balance

@3,850,315

119.600,315

Assigned Appropriated Fund Balance

15.250,000

15.250,ooo

Adjusted Unrestricted Fund Balance

19.129,601

19.368,674

Adjusted Unrestricted Fund Balance

as a Percent of the Total Budget

~4.00

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Property Tax Report Card - 2014-2015 Certification Change in Certification Process - Please submit electronically only. The Superintendent must submit the certification for the Property Tax Report Card.

Property Tax Report Card - Certification This certification form must be completed using the State Aid Management System. In accordance with the Electronic Signatures and Record Act (ESRA), an electronic signature is an electronic sound, symbol or process, attached to or logically associated with an electronic record and executed and or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record. An electronic signature is considered to be "attached to or logically associated with an electronic record" if the electronic signature is linked to the record during the transmission and storage. Therefore, when clicking on the "Certify" button below, such process shall be considered the electronic signature of the Superintendent of Schools. AFFIDAVIT OF SUPERINTENDENT I, the undersigned Superintendent of Schools of this school district for which the following report is made, being duly sworn, deposes and says that to the best of his/her knowledge, infonnation, and belief that all the statements and data contained in the Property Tax Report Card were reviewed by the Superintendent of Schools.


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Fiscal Accountability Summary Commissioner's Regulations require that certain expenditure ratios for general education and special education students be reported and compared with ratios for similar districts and all public schools. The required ratios for this district are reported below. The numbers used to compute the statistics on this page were collected on the State Aid Form A, the State Aid Form F, the School District Annual Financial Report (ST-3), and from the Student Information Repository System (SIRS). These data are from the 2011 - 12 school year.

This School District

Instructional Expenditures

Special Education

General Education

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$125, 76_0,_3_11_ _ _ 9,671

Pupils

Expenditures Per Pupil Similar District Group (Low Need/Resource Capacity) Instructional Expenditures

$13,004

$28,920

General Education

Special Education

$5.2_0_6._2_66_.6_2_3._ _

Pupils

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Expenditures Per Pupil

$13,295

All School Districts

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Instructional Expenditures

~--$31.088.294.986

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Expenditures Per Pupil

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$12,418,610,168

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$30,207

Instructional Expenditures for General Education are K-12 expenditures for classroom instruction (excluding Special Education plus a proration of building level administrative and instructional support expenditures. These expenditures include amounts fo1 instruction of students with disabilities in a general-education setting. District expenditures, such as transportation, debt servicE and district-wide administration are not included.


The pupil count for General Education is K-12 average daily membership plus K-12 pupils for whom the district pays tuition to another school district. This number represents all pupils, including those classified as having disabilities and those not classified, excluding only students with disabilities placed out of district. Pupils resident in the district but attending a charter school are included.For districts in which a county jail is located, this number includes incarcerated youth to whom the district rnust provide an education program. Instructional Expenditures for Special Education are K-12 expenditures for students with disabilities (including summer special education expenditures) plus a proration of building-level administrative and instructional support expenditures. District expenditures, such as transportation, debt service and district-wide administration are not included. The pupil count for Special Education is a count of K-12 students with disabilities for the 2011-12 school year plus students for whom the district receives tuition from another district plus students for whom the district pays tuition to another district. Students attending the State schools at Rome and Batavia, private placements and out-of-state placements are included. Instructional Expenditures Per Pupil is the simple arithmetic ratio of Instructional Expenditures to Pupils. The total cost of instruction for students with disabilities may include both general- and special-education expenditures. Special-education services provided in the generaleducation classroom may benefit students not classified as having disabilities.

Total Expenditures Per Pupil This School District

Similar District Group

~-$21,s5_7_~1

C

$23,588

NY State

$20,906

Total Expenditures Per Pupil is the simple arithmetic ratio of Total Expenditures to Pupils. Total Expenditures include district expenditures for classroom instruction, as well as expenditures for transportation, debt service, community service and districtwide administration that are not included in the Instructional Expenditure values for General Education and Special Education. As such, the sum of General Education and Special Education Instructional Expenditures does not equal the Total Expenditures.

Information about Students with Disabilities (2012 - 13) Commissioner's Regulations require reporting students with disabilities by the percent of time they are in general education classrooms and the classification rate of students with disabilities. These data are to be compared with percentages for similar districts and all public schools. The required percentages for this district are reported below.

Student Placement (Percent of Time Inside Regular Classroom)

80% or more

This School District Number of Students

Percent of Students

Similar District Group {Low Need/Resource Capacity)

NY State

Percent of Students

Percent of Students


1-------i 202

40%. 79%

···-y

I

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~13_._9~_o-_=1~~'~~~17_.1_~_0~~-J~L~~~11_.7_%

-~IL____3_~~4;0

Less than 40%

Separate Settings

Other Settings

[--~-4--r

1 L~I

_ __

4.8% ~---~II

6.2%~-

l

2.9% _ _

3.0%

II

4.2%

II

3.3%

The source data for the statistics in this table were reported through the Student Information Repository System (SIRS) and verified in Verification Report 5. The counts are numbers of students reported in the least restrictive environment categories fo1 school-age programs (ages 6-21) on October 3, 2012. The percentages represent the amount of time students with disabilities are in general-education classrooms, regardless of the amount and cost of special education services they receive. Rounding ( percentage values may cause them to sum to a number slightly different from 100%.

School-age Students with Disabilities Classfication Rate This School District

15.3°/o

Similar District Group

0 _11_.4_ /o _

'------1_·

NY State

~_1_3_.1°_Yo _ _

_______..JJ

This rate is a ratio of the count of school-age students with disabilities (ages 4-21) to the total enrollment of all school-age students in the school district, including students who are parentally placed in nonpublic schools located in the school district. The numerator includes all school-age students for whom a district has Committee on Special Education (CSE) responsibility ti ensure the provision of special education services. The denominator includes all school-age students who reside in the district. In the case of parentally placed students in nonpublic schools, it includes the number of students who attend the nonpublic schools located in the school district. Source data are drawn from the SIRS and from the Basic Education Data System (BEDS Similar District Groups are identified according to the Need-to-Resource-Capacity Index. More information is available on our NRC capacity categories page.

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Fiscal Accountability Summary Commissioner's Regulations require that certain expenditure ratios for general education and special education students be reported and compared with ratios for similar districts and all public schools. The required ratios for this district are reported below.

A. the State Aid

The numbers used to compute the statistics on this page were collected on the State Aid Form

Form F, the School District Annual Financial Report (ST-3), and from the Student Information Repository System (SIRS). These data are from the 2011 - 12 school year.

This School District

Instructional Expenditures Pupils

Special Education

General Education

~---$_12_5_,7_6_0_,3_11_ _ _ _~11~ 9,671

jll

Similar District Group (Low Need/Resource Capacity)

$13,004

$_4_2_,2_81,391 1,462

--·-----------·-- --

~------~·

Expenditures Per Pupil

___

II

-----

Special Education

General Education

$5,206, 266, 623

-

$28,920

~-----------------------------

Instructional Expenditures

-----

I!

--------

$1,876,789,686

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~---3_9_1_,5_92_ _ _~]~[_ _ _--~-5-_o-~_90_;_---- __ ------~---~

Pupils

~------·--~·-

Expenditures Per Pupil

All School Districts

~----$_1_3,_2_95_ _ _ _~1~·___________ !~~~8_7_0----- ----Special Education

General Education

lf____ -----------Instructional Expenditures

$31,088,294,986

11

$12,418,61~::~~------

Pupils Expenditures Per Pupil

$30,207


Instructional Expenditures for General Education are K-12 expenditures for classroom instruction (excluding Special Education) plus a proration of building level administrative and instructional support expenditures. These expenditures include amounts for instruction of students with disabilities in a general-education setting. District expenditures, such a transportation, debt service and district-wide administration are not included. The pupil count for General Education is K-12 average daily membership plus K-12 pupils for whom the district pays tuition to another school district. This number represents all pupils, including those classified as having disabilities and those not classified, excluding only students with disabilities placed out of district. Pupils resident in the district but attending a charter school are included.For districts in which a county jail is located, this number includes incarcerated youth to whom the district must provide an education program. Instructional Expenditures for Special Education are K-12 expenditures for students with disabilities (including summer special education expenditures) plus a proration of building-level administrative and instructional support expenditures. District expenditures, such as transportation, debt service and district-wide administration are not included. The pupil count for Special Education is a count of K-12 students with disabilities for the 2011-12 school year plus students for whom the district receives tuition from another district plus students for whom the district pays tuition to another district. Students attending the State schools at Rome and Batavia, private placements and out-of-state placements are included. Instructional Expenditures Per Pupil is the simple arithmetic ratio of Instructional Expenditures to Pupils. The total cost of instruction for students with disabilities may include both general- and special-education expenditures. Specialeducation services provided in the generaleducation classroom may benefit students not classified as having disabilities.

Total Expenditures Per Pupil This School District

~r:-----~$_21_,8_57_

Similar District Group

_____,11.______$_23_,5_88_~

NY State

$20,906

Total Expenditures Per Pupil is the simple arithmetic ratio of Total Expenditures to Pupils. Total Expenditures include district expenditures for classroom instruction, as well as expenditures for transportation, debt service, community service and district-wide administration that are not included in the Instructional Expenditure values for General Education and Special Education. As such, the sum of General Education and Special Education Instructional Expenditures does not equal the Total Expenditures.

Information about Students with Disabilities (2012 - 13)


Commissioner's Regulations require reporting students with disabilities by the percent of time they are in general education classrooms and the classification rate of students with disabilities. These data are to be compared with percentages for similar districts and all public schools. The required percentages for this district are reported below.

Student Placement (Percent of Time Inside Regular Classroom)

This School District Percent of Students

Number of Students

Similar District Group (Low Need/Resource Capacity)

NY State

Percent of Students

Percent of Students 'r·------···· il

80% or more

~-8_9_2_ __.__6_1_.3_%_o____,'---_ _ _63_._4_%_ _ ___,I! _______57 :~. ~o _..... ·1-·••••••••••••••••>•m••••••>

40% - 79%

202 13.9% 17.1% 11 ~-----'-------''-------- _ _ _ _ JL___ 255

Less than 40%

17.5%

••••••• -.>•

11.7% ···----···

11.4% 6.2%

Separate Settings Other Settings

··-··- - ... 0

c......_6_1_ __..__4_._2_%_ __, .....____3_._3_%_ _

··--r-·----····-~~~

-

The source data for the statistics in this table were reported through the Student Information Repository System (SIRS and verified in Verification Report 5. The counts are numbers of students reported in the least restrictive environment categories for school-age programs (ages 6-21) on October 3, 2012. The percentages represent the amount of time students with disabilities are in general-education classrooms, regardless of the amount and cost of special education services they receive. Rounding of percentage values may cause them to sum to a number slightly different from 100°~

School-age Students with Disabilities Classfication Rate This School District

0 :_·-····_···········__1=-5._3_ /o_ _I

Similar District Group

NY State

1_1_.4_0/c_o

13.1°/o

L--1_ _

This rate is a ratio of the count of school-age students with disabilities (ages 4-21) to the total enrollment of all schoolage students in the school district, including students who are parentally placed in nonpublic schools located in the school district. The numerator includes all school-age students for whom a district has Committee on Special Educatior (CSE) responsibility to ensure the provision of special education services. The denominator includes all school-age students who reside in the district. In the case of parentally placed students in nonpublic schools, it includes the numbE of students who attend the nonpublic schools located in the school district. Source data are drawn from the SIRS and from the Basic Education Data System (BEDS).


Similar District Groups are identified according to the Need-to-Resource-Capacity Index. More information is available on our NRC capacity categories page.

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The New York State School Report Card [2012 - 13]

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NAME: HALF HOLLOW HILLS CSD BEDS Code: 580405060000 SUPERINTENDENT: Kelly Fallon ADDRESS: 525 HALF HOLLOW RD. DIX HILLS. NY 11746 PHONE: (631) 592-3008

The New York State Report Card is an important part of the Board of Regents' effort to raise learning standards for all students. It provides information to the public on school/district enrollment and staff, student performance, and other measures of school and district performance. Knowledge gained from the report card on a school's or district's strengths and weaknesses can be used to improve instruction and services to students.

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HALF HOLLOW HILLS CSD Enrollment (2012 13) These enrollment data are collected as part of NYSED's Student Information Repository System (SIRS). These counts are as of "BEDS Day" which is typically the first Wednesday in October. Available are enrollment counts for public and charter school students by various demographics for the 2012 · 13 school year. For nonpublic school enrollment data please see the , information on our Information and Reporting Services webpage

Students by Gender Female

Male

Students by Ethnicity American Indian or Alaska Native

Black or African American

Hispanic or Latino

1,153

Oo/o

12°/o

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Multiracial

White

1,136

8°/o

12°/o

65°/o . :

Other Groups Limited English Proficient Students

177

2%

Students with Disabilities

1,549

16%

Economically Disadvantaged Students

987'

Students by Grade - Kindergarten (Full Day)

1st Grade

2nd Grade

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

9th Grade

10th Grade

652 . 6th Grade

Ungraded Elementary

7th Grade

8th Grade

803 11th Grade

12th Grade

.

Ungraded Secondary

.- 797

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Average Class Size (2012 -13) Common Branch

Grade 8 English

-

-

--

Grade 8 Mathematics

Grade 8 Science

Grade 8 Social Studies

Grade 10 Mathematics

Grade 10 Science

Grade 10 Social Studies

24 Grade 10 English

Free and Reduced-Price Lunch (2012 - 13) Eligible for Reduced-Price Lunch

Eligible for Free Lunch

8째/o

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Glossary of Terms - Report Cards Data Alternative High School Equivalency Preparation Program (AHSEPP)

A program of preparation for the High School Equ1valency Examination for students 16 to 19 years old as described in Section 100.?(h) of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education. The number of enrolled students used as the denominator for determining the percentage of students who entered an AHSEPP is the number of students in grades 9-12 and ungraded secondary-level students age 14 or older.

Attendance Rate

Annual Attendance Rate is determined by dividing the school's (or district's) total actual attendance by the total possible attendance tor a school year. A school's (or district's) actual attendance is the sum of the number of students in attendance on each day the school (or district's schools) was open during the school year. Possible attendance is the sum of the number of enrolled students who should have been 111 attendance on each day the school (or schools) was open during the school year. The state's Annual Attendance Rate is a weighted average of all distncHevel attendance rates. Attendance data are lagged a year because data for the reporting year are reported in October following the close of that reporting year.

Average Class Size

Average Class Size 1s the total registration in specified classes divided by the number of those classes with registration. Common Branch refers to self-contained classes in Grades 1-6.

Complete rs

Completers are students with a local diploma with or without Regents endorsement or with an Individualized Education Diploma (IEP).

Core Classes

Core Classes are primarily K-6 common branch, English. mathematics. science. social studies. art. music and foreign languages.

Disability Status

Students with disabilities are those who have been identified as such by the Committee on Special Education and are receiving services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEAj. Students with disabilities include those having an intellectual disability; hearing impairment. including deafness: speech or language impairment; visual impairment, including blindness: serious emotional disturbance: orthopedic impairment: autism: traumatic brain injury; developmental delay; other health impa11ment: specific learning disability; deaf-blindness: or multiple disabilities and who. by reason thereof. receive special education and related services under the IDEA according to an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). or a services plan.

Dropouts

Dropouts are students in grades 7-12 and ungraded secondary students whose last enrollment record indicated they dropped out of school. The number of enrolled students used as the denominator for determining the percentage of students who dropped out is the number of students in grades 9-12 and ungraded secondary-level students age 14 or older. +

Economically Disadvantaged

~~~-~~--~~~,.,--------------

Economically disadvantaged students are those who participate in. or whose family participates 1n. economic assistance programs. such as the free or reduced-price lunch programs. Social Security Insurance (SSI), Food Stamps, Foster Care. Refugee Assistance (cash or medical assistance) Earned Income Tax Credit (EITCl. Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), Safety Net Assistance 1SNAl. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), or Family Assistance: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). If one student in a family is identified as low income. all students from that household (economic ulll!; may be identified as low income. -

Free and Reduced-Price Lunch (FRPL)

----------------------

Eligible for Free Lunch and Eligible for Reduced-Price Lunch percentages are determined by div1d1ng the number of approved lunch applicants by the Basic Educational Data System (BEDS) enrollment 1n full-day Kindergarten through Grade 12.

Gender Grade Level

Gender of the student being reported. as identified by the parent/guardian.

Instructional level tor the student. as determmed by the school district. Pre-Kindergarten counts rnclude half- and full-day students. Students classified by districts as "pre-first" are included in first grade counts.

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Ungraded students are those assigned to a class that is not organized on the basis of grade grouping and has no standard grade designation. This includes both regular and special classes that have no grade designations. Such a class may contain students of different ages who are 1dent1tied according to level ot performance in one or more areas of instruction, rather than according to grade level or age level. The definition of 'Ungraded' does not include out-of-school youth. preschoolers, or children who are not yet school age. Ungraded Elementary includes ungraded students who are age equivalent to students in Kindergarten through 6th grade. Ungraded Secondary includes ungraded students who are age equivalent to students in 7th through 12th grade.

Graduates

Graduates include students who received a local diploma or a local diploma with Regents endorsement (Regents diploma). All students who received a Regents diploma (with or without Advanced Designation or CTE Endorsement) are included 1n the number of students with Regents diploma.

High School Completers

High school completers are Graduates plus students who received an Individualized Education Diploma (IEP).

Highly Qualified Teachers

To be Highly Qualified. a teacher must have at least a Bachelor's degree. be certified to teach 1n the subject area or otherwise in accordance with State standards. and show subject matter competency. In public schools. a teacher who taught one class outside of the cer11f1cat1on area(s) 1s counted as Highly Qualified provided that 1) the teacher had been determined by the school or district through the HOUSSE process or other state-accepted methods to have demonstrated acceptable subject knowledge and teaching skills and 2) the class in question was not the sole assignment reported. Credit tor incidental teaching does not extend beyond a single assignment. Independent of Highly Qualified Teacher status. any assignment for which a teacher did not hold a valid certificate still registers as teaching out of certification. In charter schools, a teacher is counted as Highly Qualified if the teacher has at least a Bachelor's degree. is certified to teach, and shows subject matter competency. Enabling legislation considers charter school teachers to be certified if they hold any valid teaching certificate. Enabling legislation also permits up to 30 percent (with a maximum of five) of charter school teachers to be without certification and to be considered Highly Qualified if they meet all remaining criteria. High-poverty and low-poverty schools used for highly qualified teacher categonzat1on are those schools

in

the upper and lower quartiles, respectively. for percentage of students eligible for a free or reduced-price lunch.

Limited English Proficiency

Limited English proficient students are those who. by reason of foreign birth or ancestry. speak a language other than English and (1) either understand and speak little or no English or (2) score below a Statedesignated level of proficiency on the Language Assessment Battery-Revised 1LAB-R) for 1n1t1al 1dent1fication or are identified as such using the New York State ldent1f1cation Test for English Language Learners (NYSITELL) or. for subsequent years. score below a State-designated level of proficiency on the New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT).

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

The National Assessment of Educational Progress INAEP). developed in 1969. is a nationally representative assessment of the performance of United States' students rn mathematics, reading. science. writing, the arts, civics. economics. geography. and U.S. history. The NAEP assessment 1s administered to a sampling of schools across New York State. Teachers. principals. parents. policymakers, and researchers use NAEP results to assess progress and develop ways to improve education in the United States. As part of a federal requirement. NYSED 1s publishing these statewide results on NAEP. There are no consequences for schools. teachers. or students based on NAEP results. For more information about NAEP. see the National Center for Education Statistics web site at .__:.

New York State Alternate Assessment ( NYSAA)

The New Yori< State Alternate Assessments are administered in English language arts 1ELA; and mathematics to ungraded students with severe cognitive disabilities whose ages are equivalent to graded students in grades 3 through 8 and secondary level. They are administered in science to students with

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disabilities age equivalent to graded students in grades 4. 8. and secondary level. And they are administered in social studies at the secondary level only. Students 1dent1f1ed by their district's Committee on Special Education as eligible to take the New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) may use this assessment to fulfill the participation and performance criteria for elementary.middle- and secondary-level English language arts and mathematic and elementary1middle-level science for accountability.

New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAn New York State Testing Program (NYSTP) Non-completers

The New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Tests are administered

in

grades K

through 12 to limited English proficient students.

The New York State Testing Program (NYSTP) assessments are administered annually 1n English language arts (ELA) and mathematics in grades 3 through 8. Non-completers is the sum of dropouts and students who entered an Alternative High School Equivalency Preparation Program (AHSEPP). The number of enrolled students used as the denominator for determining the percentage of noncompleters is the number of students in grades 9-12 and ungraded secondary-level students age 14 or older.

. .-

Out of Certification

-··---------------

The Percent Teaching Out of Certification tor public schools 1s the percent doing so on more than an incidental basis: that is. the percent teaching tor more than five periods per week outside certification.

Performance Levels

Descriptors of performance levels for the Grades 3-8 New York State Testing Program Assessments in English language arts (ELA) and Mathematics are available at '. r.

"...

1n

the "Scale Score to Performance Level Conversion Charts" section. Descriptors of performance levels for Grades 4 and 8 Science Tests are available 1n the Rating Guides at

Race/Ethnicity

Race or races with which the student primarily identifies as indicated by the student or the parent/guardian.

• American Indian or Alaska Native: A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America) and who maintains cultural identification through tribal affiliation or community recognition.

• Asian: A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East. Southeast Asia. or the Indian subcontinent, including Cambodia. China. India, Japan. Korea. Malaysia. Pakistan the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

• Black or African American: A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. • Hispanic or Latino: A person of Mexican. Puerto Rican. Cuban. Central or South American. or other Spanish culture or origin. regardless of race.

• Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander: A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii. Guam. Samoa. or other Pacific Islands.

• White: A person having origins

in

any of the original peoples of Europe. North Africa. or the Middle

East.

Recently Arrived LEP Students

Recently arrived LEP students are limited English proficient (LEP) students (including those from Puerto Rico) who on April 1 of the reporting year will have been attending school in the United States tor less than one year. These students may use the New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test INYSESLAT) 1n lieu of the 3-8 New York State Testing Program (NYSTP) 1n English language arts' ELA) to meet the participation requirement for making Adequate Yearly Progress 1n elementary 1 m1ddle-level ELA for institutional accountability purposes.

Regents Competency Tests

Annual Regents Competency Test (RCT) results include those from August. January. and June of the reporting year. If a student takes the same RCT multiple times during the reporting year. only the highest

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score is included in the annual results.

Regents Examinations

Annual Regents examination results include those from August. January. and June of the reporting year. If a student takes the same Regents examination multiple times during the reporting year. only the highest score is included 1n the annual results.

Staff Counts

Principals and assistant principals include full- and part-time. Other professional staff include administrators, guidance counselors. school nurses, psychologists. and other professionals who devote more than hall of their time to non-teaching duties. Paraprofessionals include full- and parHrme supplementary school personnel.

Suspensions

Student Suspension rate is determined by dividing the number of students who were suspended from school (not including in-school suspensions) for one full day or longer anytime during the school year by the Basic Educational Data System (BEDS) day enrollments for that school year. A student 1s counted only once. regardless of whether the student was suspended one or more times during the school year. Suspension data are lagged a year because data for the reporting year are reported in October following the close of that reporting year.

Teacher Turnover Rate

Teacher Turnover Rate for a specified school year is the number of teachers in that school year who were not teaching in the following school year divided by the number of teachers 1n the specified school year. expressed as a percentage. Teacher turnover data are lagged one year because they must be compared to prior year data.

Total Cohort

A secondary-level total cohort consists of all students who first entered grade 9 anywhere or. 1n the case of ungraded students with disabilities, reached their seventeenth birthday 1n a particular year. For more detailed information on cohort definitions. see the

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Attendance and Suspensions (2011 - 12) Student Suspensions

Annual Attendance Rate

_..-· ··

96°/o

Teacher Turnover Rate (2011 - 12) Turnover Rate of Teachers with Fewer Than Five Years of Experience

Turnover Rate of All Teachers

Teacher Qualifications (2010-11 through 2012-13) 2010 • 11

2011·12

2012-13

Total Number of Teachers Percent with No Valid Teaching Certificate

O"/o

Percent Teaching Out of Certification

0%

Percent with Fewer Than Three Years of Experience

5%

~"'

'

294 ' '

Percentage with Master's Degree Plus 30 Hours or Doctorate

>

,. <'. y~'~q~

63°/o

Total Number of Core Classes Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers In This District Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers Statewide Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers In High.Poverty Schools Statewide

5%

Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers in Low.Poverty Schools Statewide

0%

Total Number of Classes

'.2,711 ,'

Percent Taught by Teachers Without Appropriate Certification

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High School Completers (2012 â&#x20AC;˘ 13) Results by Student Group

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities

Completers (Graduates+ IEP Diplomas)

Graduates (Regents + Local Diplomas)

Number of Students

Number of Students

Number of Students

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities

Number of Students

Percent of Graduates

Regents with Advanced Designation

Number of Students

- -----Regents with CTE Endorsement

Results by Student Group

Regents Diploma

Percent of Graduates

Local Diplomas

Number of Students

Percent of Graduates

Percent of Graduates

Individualized Education Program (IEP) Diplomas

Number of Students

Percent of Complete rs

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High School Non-completers (2012 - 13) Dropped Out

Entered Approved High School Equlvalency Preparation Program

Total Noncompleters

Results by Student Group Number of Students

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities

Percent of Students

Number of Students

Percent of Students

Number of Students

Percentot Students

- ----------

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Post*graduation Plans of Completers (2012 â&#x20AC;˘ 13) Results by Student Group

To Four-Vear College

To Two-Vear College

Number of Students

Number of Students

Percent of Completers

Percent of Completers

To Other Post¡ Secondary Number of Students

Percent at Completers

To the Military Number ot Students

Pe,cent 01 Complete1s

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities Results by Student Group

To Employment Number of Students

All Students General Education Students with Disablllties

Percent of Complete rs

To Adult Services Number of Students

Percent of Completers

To Other Known Plans Number of Students

Percent of Completers

Plan Unknown Number of Students

Percent of Complete rs

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Grade 3 English Language Arts

Mean Score 2013

2012

315

674

Results by Student Group

2013 Total

Tested

2012 % Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

1

2

3

4

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Total Tested

All Students

3

2

700

4

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

18

General Education Students with Disabilities American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American ---- -

Hispanic or Latino

28

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34

:l

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5

'i

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38

ii

49

29

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White

5

L..

59

49

80

16

53

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-~r

-

Multiracial Small Group Total

4

23

73

8

1r------,c-----11-----路1r--路 -ir-----,---Female

49

Male English Proficient Limited English Proficient

621 29

II

7

f1

56

II

337

1.

2

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Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Migrant

Not Migrant


Grade 4 English Language Arts

Mean Score 2013

2012

685

Results by Student Group

2013 Total Tested

2012

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

1

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

2

91

Black or African American

61

Hispanic or Latino

73

12

White

6

79

Multiracial Small Group Total Female Male

67

22

347

1G~JL__~_Jl__~~--Jl~~J[-~~-~Jf~~~--,-=~~-~-~---

83

70

3

English Proficient

70

77

Limited English Proficient

50

50


'f_, __

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Economically Disadvantaged

46

Not Economlcally Disadvantaged

73

Migrant Not Migrant

I

4

50

6

79


Grade 5 English Language Arts

Mean Score 2013

2012

315

679

Results by Student Group

2013

Total Tested

2012 %

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

1

3

4

19

All Students

Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

51

702

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

3

88

General Education

Students with Disabilities

%

Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

44

11

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

61

23

Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

5

78

White

75

10

85

Multiracial

74

9

83

0

0

Small Group Total

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Male

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I; 21 ____,_j l.~

37

Female I

,J

58

331

11 _ ----- _,, __ -----> "------- ------, J L_. --

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·: ·

83

. -- _

r···--------·r·------------· ir·· ----- - -----1 f - - - - - - - -

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14

81

·'---····-

English Proficient

74

9

83

Limited English Proficient

17

0

17


Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Migrant Not Migrant


Grade 6 English Language Arts

Mean Score 2013

2012

318

671

2013

Results by Student Group

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Total Tested

All Students

t_703

2012

2

II

10

Ji

38

3

4

% Proficient Total (Levels Tested 3 and 4)

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

1

]~3~JL~_J[_5~-j~~JL

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

19-_-:r

General Education

Students with Disabilities

American Indian or Alaska Natlve Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

58

Black or African American

Hispanic or Latino

58

White

3

61

4

82

Multiracial

74

Small Group Total

Female

4

82

Male

4

73

English Proficient

74

4

78

Limited English Proficient

11

0

11


Not Migrant

703


Grade 7 English Language Arts

Mean Score 2013

2012

316

675

2013

Results by Student Group

Total Tested

2012

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

77

All Students

General Education

26

Students with Disabilities

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American

59

2

61

Hispanic or Latino

60

White

81

Multiracial

Small Group Total

Female

82

Male

73

English Proficient

71

7

78

Limited English Proficient

0

0

0


Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Migrant Not Migrant


Grade 8 English Language Arts

Mean Score 2013

2012 --

- -------

-

322

668

2013

Results by Student Group

2012

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Total Tested

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

All Students

General Education

68

Students with Disabilities

14 0

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

535 --

]1

69

4

73

0

18

77

5

82

11

66

24

0

24

0

0

0

0

0

20

72

7

78

56

0

56

17

50

2

48

46

4

50

5

576

21

73

5

78

--~------

25

Female 路-

Male ;------::~---

814

I_

25

39

38

Limited English Proficient

2

5

Small Group Total

English Proficient

4

111

10

0

20

70

10

80

72

0

0

0

0

0

0

64

359

21

71

7

79

26

Multiracial

3

42

12

_ _ _ _ _;,~ _ _ Jl_

White

2

88

31

59

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

73 95

Black or African American

Hispanic or Latino

713

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

,

'

-- - -

24

59

476

3

28

67

2

69

--,-------,-

6

8 ___ ___63

- ----- --- -

--- --

32

38

25

62

825

2

24

70

4

74

38

0

0

0

10

10

80

10

0

10

_( ____


Economlcalty Disadvantaged

___"________ T_ - ---iNot Economically Disadvantaged

72

5

77

Not Migrant

69

4

73


Grade 3 Mathematics

Mean Score 2013

2012

315

700

2013

Results by Student Group

2012 'lo Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Total Tested

2

1

3

4

Total Tested

%

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

4

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities

45

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

57

White

88

Multiracial

77

Small Group Total

n

1

Female

f

,;~1

11

-----ii·"-···

-·-~-T~,

L 333 IL~_J_~~j~J~~j__ ~Jl_~~--!:

30

86

'f~~-~c---

12

Male English Proficient Limited English Proficient

622

11

1

82

3

12

55

30

85

0

71

29

0

29


0

Migrant

Not Migrant

55

29

84


Grade 4 Mathematics

Mean Score 2013

2012

318

702

2012

2013

Results by Student Group

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

2

3

All Students

11

43

87

General Education

5

44

95

2

3

4

4

50

Students with Disabilities American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

93

Black or African American

73

Hispanic or Latino

74

White

90

Multiracial Small Group Total Female

43

Male

11

English Proficient

43

45

88

45

88

0

63

'i ,_

Limited English Proficient

11

0

38

63

I

,,_, ______ ,,,~_,_, ,,, , __ , _ _ _ _ L__


Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Migrant Not Migrant


Grade 5 Mathematics

Mean Score 2013

2012

319

705

Results by Student Group

2013 Total Tested

2012

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s) 2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

All Students General Education

92

Students with Disabilities

50

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

93

Black or African American

65

Hispanic or Latino

84

White

89

Multiracial

87

Small Group Total

0

Female

85

Male

87

English Proficient Limited English Proficient


Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Migrant Not Migrant


Grade 6 Mathematics

Mean Score 2013

2012

·-·-·---·---·---------------------·--~,----------····-·--·-······----··-·--·-····-------· --~------------

319

2013

Results by Student Group

Total Tested

2012 %

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

3

2

Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

4

Total Tested

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

22

42

30

72

32

33

64

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

All Students General Education

Students with Disabilities American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

23 66

21

r---1r----1·1·---··-w--:r-·- ·J·.:;'·-·

lI i

44

!'

21

i!

12

i

33

i

96

.... ·' -···· ······" -···---·· .. - -- -- -··· - ... -·

48

30

6

73

87

White Multiracial Small Group Total

89

Female

84 31

Male

English Proficient Limited English Proficient

---

700

64

9

52

83

54

85

0

-------- - - - - - -

9 _)

-


Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Migrant Not Migrant


Grade 7 Mathematics

Mean Score 2013

2012

322

706

2013

Results by Student Group

Total Tested

2012

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3 ,

___

,,

__

---

6

All Students General Education

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

4 ----;,-------,--

71

92

77

98 48

Students with Disabilities American lndlan or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

45

81

34

48

83

20

75

94

15

85

100

Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

5

White Multiracial Small Group Total

94

Female

21

69

90

6

22

72

93

50

13

0

13

Male English Proficient Limited English Proficient

38


Economical~ Disadvantaged Not

L--~~J0l~i

Economical~ Disadvantaged i~ll

Migrant Not Migrant

21

IL_~__

Jl__~~Jl-_~_.J[:~~_J[~~i-_:;--32

12 -11-;;-T--;;_~T ~~_ J[__ ~_?_J~~_7_;7

76


Grade 8 Mathematics

Mean Score 2013

2012

324

701

2013

Results by Student Group

Total Tested

2012

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American

76

Hispanic or Latino

78

White

90

" 100

Multiracial

0

Small Group Total

90

Female Male

12

37

49

86

English Proficient

11

42

46

88

Limited English Proficient

30

20

60

40

'

---~--~------


Economically Disadvantaged

!

72

40

70


Grade 4 Science

Mean Score 2013

2012

89

89

Results by Student Group

2013 Total Tested

All Students

2012

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

4

3

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

721

General Education Students with Disabilities American lndlan or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

90 30

65

94

16

82

98

21

75

96

79

97

Male

78

97

English Proficient

79

97

38

100

_______ L_ ---

White Multiraclal Small Group Total Female

Limited English Proficient

'

---- _j i ~-----

63


Economically Disadvantaged

Not Econom1ca11y Disadvantaged

Migrant

Not Migrant

I

~~D~lf~0~T---~-l 0

II

0

IL~JL_<J_jl~~-_JL~_Jl-2Ji 2

666

_ _ _ !.

15

83

86

98


Grade 8 Science Data in the bar charts include those for grade 8 students who took the New York State Grade 8 Science Test and grade 8 students who took a Regents science test

in

lieu of this test Mean

scores and data in the table for grade 8 science include only those for grade 8 students who took the New Yori< State Grade 8 Science Test

Mean Score 2013

2012

82

80

2013

Results by Student Group

2012

4

'lo Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Small Group Total

34

85

Female

42

92

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

American lndlan or Alaska Native

3

4

'lo Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

Total Tested

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

O

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

0

Black or African American Hispanic or Latino White

Multiracial

Male English Proficient

~I

11

6

~C2Jls


limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged Not Economlcally Disadvantaged Not Migrant


Grade 8 Students Taking a Regents Science Test Accelerated grade 8 students who take a Regents science test in lieu of the New York State Grade 8 Science Test

Total Tested

All Students

2012

2013

Results by Student Group

409

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

1

0

2

3

4

6

94

% Proficient (Levels 3 and -'l

Total Tested

% Proficient (Levels 3 andâ&#x20AC;˘)

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

0

2

3

4

0

2

98

I

100


Recently Arrived LEP Students Taking NYSESLAT in Lieu of NYSTP: Grade 3 2013

2012

3

3

Recently Arrived LEP Students NOT Tested on the ELA NYSTP: Grade 3 2013

2012

3

3

Recently Arrived LEP Students Taking NYSESLA T in Lieu of NYSTP: Grade 4 2013

2012

Recently Arrived LEP Students NOT Tested on the ELA NYSTP: Grade 4 2013

2012

0 Recently Arrived LEP Students Taking NYSESLAT in Lieu of NYSTP: Grade 5 2013

2012

1

1

Recently Arrived LEP Students NOT Tested on the ELA NYSTP: Grade 5 2013

2012

1

1

Recently Arrived LEP Students Taking NYSESLA T in Lieu of NYSTP: Grade 6 2013

2012

1

2

Recently Arrived LEP Students NOT Tested on the ELA NYSTP: Grade 6 2013

2012


1

2

Recently Arrived LEP Students Taking NYSESLA T in Lieu of NYSTP: Grade 8 2013

2012

1

0

Recently Arrived LEP Students NOT Tested on the ELA NYSTP: Grade 8 2013

2012

1

0


Statewide Results on the National Assessment of Educational Progress: NAEP (2012 - 13) NAEP Grade 4 Reading % Below Basic

% Basic

% Proficient

% Advanced

······-···-~-r

30

9

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

19

18

Black or African American

45

3

All Students

American Indian or Alaska Native

Hispanic or Latino

White

4

20

12

Multiracial

Students with Disabilities

2

Limited English Proficient

Economically Disadvantaged

4

NAEP Grade 4 Mathematics % Below Basic

% Basic

% Proficient

%Advanced

American Indian or Alaska Native

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Black or African American

Hispanic or Latino

White

Multiracial

Students with Disabilities

Limited English Proficient

Economically Disadvantaged •Reporting standards not met

21


Statewide Results on the National Assessment of Educational Progress: NAEP (2012 13) NAEP Grade 8 Reading % Basic

% Below Basic

% Proficient

%Advanced

5

All Students

American Indian or Alaska Native

12

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American

r------ -- -------Hispanic or Latino

~---36-

--T

______,!__ ____________ --- -- -40

White

6

Multlraclai Students with Dlsabllities Limited English Proficient

Economically Disadvantaged

NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics % Below Basic

All Students

% Basic

% Proficient

%Advanced

8

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

26

Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

2 __________________ !

White

10

Multiracial Students with Disabilities Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged "Reporting standards not met.

4


Statewide Results on the National Assessment of Educational Progress: NAEP (2012 13) NAEP Participation Rates Grade 4 Reading

Participation Rate

Students with Disabllitles

94

Limited English Proficient

93

Grade 4 Mathematics

Participation Rate

Students with Disabilities Limited English Proficient

Grade 8 Reading

Participation Rate

Students with Disabilities Limited English Proficient

Grade 8 Mathematics

Participation Rate

Students with Dlsabllltles Limited English Proficient

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Total Cohort Results in Secondary-Level English Language Arts after Four Years of Instruction Total cohort results are those for New York State Regents examinations only.

Results by Student Group

2009 Cohort Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Number of Students

All Students

2008 Cohort

3

2

4

% Proficient Number (Levels of 3 and <4) Students

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and <4)

3

53

21

74

33

59

92

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

I 848 Ii

~-~~'~~~~~~

,-----.,

General Education

i

728 /i

0

Students with Dlsabllities Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic or Latino White

40

Multiracial ,---~-,---.1----~1

I~

I

Male

~Q0

English Proficient

I

Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Not Migrant

388

843

1

-

--~-----:r-----~路--:r--~---~::---

-路~-1:----路-;;

l~_JL!_~__ JL~'.- ~~8J~_J

Female

39

J0L ~T~l[_~[=~---

IQQGJI

60

li;il _1_ 800

1

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3o ][_65 ...

k

______ . .


Total Cohort Results in Secondary-Level Mathematics after Four Years of Instruction Total cohort results are those for New York State Regents examinations only.

Results by Student Group

2009 Cohort Number of Students

2008 Cohort

Percent Scoring at Levei(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient Number (Levels of 3 and 4) Students

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

2

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities

728 72

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic or Latino White

96

Multiracial

Female Male English Proficient Limited English Proficient

40

Economically Disadvantaged

84

Not Economically Disadvantaged

95

Not Migrant


Total Cohort Results in Secondary-Level Global History and Geography after Four Years of Instruction Total cohort results are those for New York State Regents examinations only.

Results by Student Group

2009 Cohort Number

2008 Cohort

Prori'~ient

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Of Students

2

(Levels 3 and 4)

3

4

31

l~JI

All Students

~L2__J~!

General Education

~00~~c

Students with Disabilities

l~L6._JL__~___L~_j[_ ~_:_j[!!_

72

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

94

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Number of Students

JI 8~~J

2

97

134 105

4

~ J[_~----· -~~--;c_ 64

. . __

J1-;~r-~-;·-t

Ji.

3

25

l ..~0 . J-~~ j-0

0

-H--

72

--H

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

;r--9-196 66 95

Black or African American Hispanic or Latino White Multlraclal Female i

Male English Proficient

~i_4_60~1~1-~l~J1 1

:

-----·--11--··:r··----:r······--1~--c

_ _~l_--~~---J~JIH_ 43 ~L--~64

95

806

Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged

80

Not Economically Disadvantaged

93

Not Migrant


Total Cohort Results in Secondary-Level U.S. History and Government after Four Years of Instruction Total cohort results are those for New York State Regents examinations only.

2009 Cohort

Results by Student Group

2008 Cohort

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Number of Students

2

3

4

%

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

Proficient Number (Levels of 3 and 4) Students

2

3

%

4

Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

82

95

All Students General Education

Students with Dlsabllltles Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American

Hispanic or Latino

- F _________ ,,,_,,_

I

Multiracial

~I L.:__11

Female

~~~l

557

Ii

-路路---路-n------~11--路---

---~''T___

o il2J_~~Jl ___~~Jl. 97

White

o ljr;l, I "

lr

1'.

52~L __ 1__

20

70

Male

English Proficient Limited English Proficient

93

843 5

Economically Disadvantaged --

16

Not Economically Disadvantaged Not Migrant

848

76

96

,-

-

79

95 93


Total Cohort Results in Secondary-Level Science after Four Years of Instruction Total cohort results are those for New York State Regents examinations only.

Results by Student Group

2009 Cohort Number of Students

All Students

2008 Cohort

Percent Scoring at Level(s)

1

2

3

4

Pro~ient (Levels 3 and 4)

Number of Students

96

811

%

Percent Scoring at Level(s) 2

Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

4

3

General Education

Students with Disabilities Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

82 :1

White

i

I

557

19

i

1

·1

77

!

96

·~--L __ __,c_______

Multiracial

Female

96

Male English Proficient Limited English Proficient Economlcally Disadvantaged

.

--

__

..

_, -- .....------"-·" · · - - -

83


Regents Examination Results (2012 - 13) Integrated Algebra

Comprehensive English

Results by Student Group Total

Tested

Percent of students scoring at or above

55

65

85

Total

Tested

Percent of students scoring at or above

55

65

85

71

11

99

70

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

White Multiracial

BC99 GJI

62

92

91

Small Group Total Female

[3s1 l[-9~- _Jl---;-6~[~~62

98

94

Male

I 446 [=-~~--------~-----~~~----~

97

93

English Proficient

65

___ I __

59

52 56

Limited English Proficient

0

Economically Disadvantaged

17

Not Economically Disadvantaged

60

Migrant Not Migrant

0 55


Regents Examination Results (2012 - 13) Results by Student Group

Geometry Total

Algebra 2/Trigonometry

Percent of students scoring at or above

Tested

55

All Students

99

65

Percent of students scoring at or above

85

55

65

;;-------ir------:t_____ 路1;--------11 oo i ________________ 49 .,____,!I 722 97

92

1

~--~'1

1 L _ _ _ _;

~L.

!1

---~------

-,r-----------~-~1-----1~--~--------~------路

,___99_JL ____~i

General Education

Total Tested

52

t~~9_JL

97

Students with Disabilities

-

-----------~--,-

85

62 - --- -----

93

64

77

37

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Black or African American r-----, r---

Hispanic or Latino

i

37

11

100

i1

92

c_______j _ _ _ ___jL__ _____

White Multiracial

94

85

88

81

,,--------,~------

---~I

I 47;--r-;~i---~~- ---ii ___ ~6 --11

L _________ _

44

49;--[_~-9_7_ c___ - ~;-~j--~-~-100

50

0

0

Economically Disadvantaged

88

64

Not Economically Disadvantaged

92

62

0

0

92

62

Small Group Total

100

Female Male English Proficient Limited English Proficient

Migrant Not Migrant


Regents Examination Results (2012 - 13) Global History and Geography

Results by Student Group Total Tested

U.S. History & Government

Percent of students scoring at or above

55

65

85

Percent of students scoring at or above

Total Tested

55

65

85

All Students

78

General Education

85

Students with Disabilities

37 0

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

85

85 --1=~~5 -Jl . . . . 11

Black or African American

~L?_~=11 _____

Hispanic or Latino

r·--~~r--·;;·-11---~--~r-·~;

White

~I

98

I[

94

136

)~~3----·

4 8 1r

r-~---:~ 5~~l~·-·

62

96

44

;;·

84

Multiracial

92

83

Small Group Total

0

0

1

Female 1

Male

97

J~I_92__

65

t__

6_6

·-ir-·--11 379 iL..-_._________9_5~-~--7_7·----···~

_Jl~3~- J[

99

95

79

English Proficient

79

Limited English Proficient

13

81

Economically Disadvantaged

52

Not Economically Disadvantaged

81

Migrant

0

Not Migrant

92

78


Regents Examination Results (2012 - 13) Results by Student Group

Physical Setting/Earth Science

Living Environment Total

Percent of students scoring at or above

Tested

Total Tested

Percent of students scoring at or above

65

85

All Students

93

65

General Education

96

71

Students with Disabilities

69

21

98

75

55

65

85

55

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Black or African American

l ~~J L_ 1

94 ____

1r-----;;-----,c~-~~- -~J

Li; :~r~~~~--- _~---!~d

_~~~!-

Hispanic or Latino

91

86

35

White

98

95

69

95

66

Economically Disadvantaged

80

30

Not Economically Disadvantaged

94

68

Migrant

0

0

Not Migrant

93

65

Multiracial Small Group Total Female Male English Proficient Limited English Proficient


Regents Examination Results (2012 - 13) Results by Student Group

Physical Setting/Chemistry Total

Tested

Physical Setting/Physics

Percent of students scoring at or above

SS

6S

8S

Percent of students scoring at or above

Total

Tested

SS

6S

8S

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities

43

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Black or African American Hispanic or Latino White Multiracial Small Group Total

0

0

0

100

95

51

97

94

61

99

96

r------ir--1:---Female

100

94

,1

38

:

ii 222 ii L....._ _

__J~--

11-:-1, Male

98

92

39

!! 254

ii

~---~---~~---.Ji~,__ JL-----~路路路~~-

English Proficient Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Migrant Not Migrant

0

0

95

56


Regents Competency Test Results (2012 - 13) Results by Student Group

Reading Total Tested

Writing

Percent Passing

Total Tested

Percent Passing

Total Tested

Percent Passing

42

34

35

All Students

Math

General Education

11

33

Students with Dlsabllitles

----1 r----------------: r0

0

American Indian or Alaska Native

ii

0

'~:

-----1 0 __

_~1~~-----------~

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic or Latino

43

White

0

Multiracial

40

Small Group Total

6

Female

100

3

93

9

,------------,r-----

Male

1

29

II

English Proficient

77

12

42

0

0

0

Limited Engllsh Proficient

l'---_~IC

Economically Disadvantaged

~I~1o~ll~_70~~----~~--------

Not Economically Disadvantaged

~25

0

2

Migrant

0

0

Not Migrant

12

42


Regents Competency Test Results (2012 -13) Results by Student Group

U.S. History & Government

Global Studies

Total Tested

Percent Passing

Total Tested

All Students

19

General Education

0

Percent Passing

Science Total Tested

Percent Passing

40 0

Students with Disabilities

American Indian or Alaska Native Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

~~----r-------

I

Black or African American I

Hispanic or Latino White

0

8

I

3

I

6

I 11

0

38

-

0

--·--1

_J

0

0

J~-~~~-------------~~--:_·_=--4--~:. 1

0

2

~------~-------···-·-'

w

!~~~~~~"~--------

Multiracial

0

0

40

Small Group Total ~----~!

IL

43

11

0

11

42

8

40

English Proficient

~I_ _ 19_J

42

Limited English Proficient

l-- u_-------o___J[ir· .... _ o_=__J

Female

'

1

Male

I

12

Economically Disadvantaged

[

J~_______18_

4

---------1

1

"

~----~IL______

12

I

2

29 ____________ ,

IC~--- ·1 ~----------"·----------~

Not Economically Disadvantaged

/

Migrant

[ _____

Not Migrant

[-~~---------][-----~2--------] '--------~ "--------··-·--·---~ 26

o _____][_ _~_

J

0

-- --·--·-----

3 0

0

5

40


New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) Results (2012 - 13) Number Scoring at Level(s) Grade/Subject

Total T estecl

1

l L_

Grade 4 ELA

3

4

% Proficient (Levels 3 and 4)

100

Grade 3 ELA

Grade 3 Math

2

14

100

--------

9

Grade 4 Math

89

Grade 4 Science

9

89

Grade 5 ELA

13

92

Grade 5 Math

13

100

Grade 6 ELA

16

100

Grade 6 Math

88

Grade 7 ELA

100

Grade 7 Math

100

Grade 8 ELA

100

Grade 8 Math

100

Grade 8 Science

16

91

Secondary-Level ELA

Secondary-Level Math

94

11

82


New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT) Results (2012 - 13) Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Kindergarten

All Students

Total Tested

33

Beginning

lntennediate

9%

24%

Advanced

Proficient

General Education Students with Disabilities Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 1

Total Tested

All Students

Beginning

Intermediate

3%

31%

General Education

29%

Students with Disabilities

40%

Advanced

Proficient

Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 2

All Students

Total Tested

25

Beginning

Intermediate

12%

8%

Advanced

Proficient

5%

General Education

20%

Students with Disabllitles

Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 3

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

Advanced

28%

6%

All Students

Proficient

35%

General Education

33%

Students with Disabilities

17%

Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 4

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

Advanced

Proficient

36%

All Students General Education Students with Dlsablllties Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 5

All Students

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

18%

9%

Advanced

Proficient

27%


General Education Students with Disabilities

Grade 6

Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s)

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

Advanced

All Students

Proficient

44%

General Education Students with Disabilities Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 7

Total Tested

All Students

Beginning

Intermediate

Advanced

Proficient

0%

22%

44%

33%

General Education Students with Dlsabllltlea Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 8

Total Tested Beginning

All Students General Education

Intermediate

Advanced

1%

Proficient

44%

2

Students with Dlsabllities Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 9

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

Advanced

Proficient

All Students General Education Students with Dlsabilitles Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 10

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

Advanced

Proficient

All Students General Education Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 11

All Students

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

33%

0%

Advanced

Proficient

33%


General Education

33%

0%

33%

33%

Percent of Students Scoring at Level(s) Grade 12

Total Tested Beginning

Intermediate

Advanced

Proficient

All Students General Education Students with Disabilities

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Elementary/Middle-Level English Language Arts Results for Accountability All accountability groups made AYP: YES Student Group

Made AYP

Students Enrolled During the Test Administration

Tested

95%

Period ; .

..

All Students American Indian or Alaska Native

.......

~~; -

-

·'.' tt" '':"f,;l\ti.

Percent of

Enrolled

Pl >= EAMO

Students with or Safe Harbor Valid Test Scores Target

4,536

99"/o

17

-

Tested Students Enrolled on BEDS Day

Pl

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

4,456

143

80

80

17

-

-

-

Black or African American

489

100%

476

112

Hispanic or Latino

378

99%

365

115

'

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander ~

White

....- ·.'!II::

.

Multiracial ;

Students With Dlsabilltles Limited English Proficient

···~

-.

,•

540 -.. ·~'1"'J '1'

2.970

1990/~ ·

....

~-

-

: ...~ '

100%

--

~-j,

.....

..

2.936

(

'142

~~oo%~'

140

766

99'%

760t

81

99%

113*

99Yo

444

457

~-.;;'~

'54'·"

. -!-\-~' ..

59

...

-

~.4'f!l. ~;; ., . ;sQ~ r.

'•

162

~ ~f1 J

148

103

~ ~··,_,,,,,,,.,..

.' : ' :?.~;i ~ '~t -1 r."q 29 •.ti 71t ,, .:a. .. 74

,a

...

Economically Disadvantaged

'

111 ..

147

-~

., j,-..._ ,_....

.··-,.,.., -~i]

'-"'

93

!61

61

Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP. Student Group

Students Enrolled During the Test Administration Period

Percent of Enrolled Students with Valld Test Scores

Tested Students Enrolled on BEDS Day

Not American Indian or Alaska Native

..

4,439

,

Pl

""" ....

Not Black or African American Not Hispanic or Latino Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Not Wh ite Not Multiracial General Education English Proficient Not Economically Disadvantaged Male Female Migrant Not Migrant .; Yes

IC No

-

There were fewer than 40 students enrolled during the test administratlon period, so the Percent of Enrolcd Students with Valid Test Scores oata arc supp,csscd OR there wer e tcwer li'>ar. 3il

tested students enrolled on BEDS day and during the test administration period, so the Pf. EAMO. arid Safe Harbor Target data are suppressed . t lncluoes for mer stuoents with drsabaities because the number of students with disabiities in the current year is equal to or greater th an 30. ~

Includes former hmrted English proficient students t>ecause the number of omrted English proficient students 1n the current year IS equal to or greater tnan 30

2 of 12


Elementary/Middle-Level Mathematics Results for Accountability All accountability groups made AVP: YES Students

Student Group

Made AYP

Percent of

Pl >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Valid Test Scores Target

Enrolled During the Test

Tested

95%

Enrolled

Students with

Administration Per1od

Pl

EAMO

..

4.448 -J .,, ~~·

99o/a

4.531

All Students

Tested Students Enrolled on BEDS Day

'fO. ,~;"I

··4 1•1 : : • • • ; •

American Indian or Alaska Native Black or African American

l~ •.

---.

-

17 ·-

~-·'--"'

~1

3n

Hispanic or Latino

White

....~

99%

476

112 '

366

113

'~

&1

100%

523

171

129

2,966

993

2,927

150

97 ,"

142 ~:ii~_,,·~. ... 1~:.:

-· ~~,,·~~

99%

139

99%

760t

•'

t

4,.~.u

56 ~

m

gr !; -

~

.63

153

765

~-""~·~

81

74t

,

99°k :.,-;;.

116*

457

100'Yo

':._,447 ......!.. ~

... \o ...

'.. • •

33 1

33 110.·~-;r:

74.t 96

(t;.• 33\~

'

.57

<I:

631!'

··.-t_.;

j".

Economically Disadvantaged

a

540

Multiracial

Limited English Proficient

100o/o

···-~'"~ ~·- ~~·

•4-' . .

" I

Asian or Nati ve Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Students With Disabilities

....,,, s:_ :_JI -·

17

.

. ,, :'' •.:

Safe Harbor Target

~~

....

j~

I

.. •' . S'ii .

'

Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP. Student Group

Students Enrolled During the Test Administration Period

Percent of Enrolled Students with Valid Test Scores

Tested Students Enrolled on BEDS Day

Pl

Not American Indian or Alaska Native Not Black or African American Not Hispanic or Latino Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Not White Not Multiracial General Education English Proficient Not Economically Disadvantaged Male Female Migrant Not Migrant ,,. Yes JC No

-

There were fewer tnan 40 students enrolled dunng the test adm1n1Stration period. so the Percent of Enrolled Students wrth Valid Test Scores data are suppressed OR ther e we •e rewer 1n2_,· 3(,

tested students enrolled on BEDS day and duru1Q the test administration penoo. so the Pl, EAMO . and Safe Harbor Target data are suppressed. t Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year 15 equal to or greater than 30.

t lnclUdes form er timrted English proficient students cec ause tne number of limned English proficient students 1n the current year is equal to or grearer than 30

3 of 12


Elementary/Middle-Level Science Results for Accountability All accountability groups made AYP: YES Student Group

Made AYP

Tested

80%

Students Enrolled During the Test Administration

Percent of

Enrolled Students wit h Valid Test Scores

Period

1,582

All Students

Black or African American

186

-·-· ·11e'-=·•r.i· .- ... ,.,.,, ........~

Hispanic or Latino Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

Students With Disabilities

198

-

~.·1... :.'":"..:.:~

Limited Engllsh Proficient Econom ically Disadvantaged

~ ~.

100%

"'

-

Prog re!ls

Pl

99%

.. 993··

as7.

- - ··...

183

191

113

188

,,.,

~··

~99% : .~ ·: -:

190

198

1,025

100%

1,015

198

52

100o/o

51

200

235

100%

233t

184t

0

·..

159

.~

....

.. .•... ..,!.'..1'lill'li ~-

;,·. .

20

~~-5=

~·- .... ,........ ··-·- .... -.- .......

100o/o

.

l

151 ~.

1!f(~

L___

17 141

-··~

·-na '."'.ii.~ ·, ~ 116 ld :;. ~-Y'

,

.•" 4

157

- ~.®~ ;<' 1BQ1 ---<

·-:

~-

... ~

;'11ir8

.-~

,,

Target

EAMO

5

~.......,.

Multiracial

Tested Students Enrolled on BEDS Day

5

American Indian or Alaska Native

White

Pl>= EAMO or Progress Target

1'11

.~~i

182:.

Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP. Student Group

Students Enrolled During the Test Administration Period

Percent of Enrolled Students with Valid Test Scores

Tested Students Enrolled on BEDS Day

Pl

Not American Indian or Alaska Native Not Black or African American Not Hispanic or Latino Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Not White Not Multiracial General Education English Proficient Not Economically Disadvantaged Male Female Migrant Not Migrant , Yes

lC No -

There were !ewer than 40 students enrolled during the test administration period. so the Percent ol Enrolled Students with Valid Test Scores data are suppressed OR the• e wer e fewer t,oan 30

tested students enrolled on BEDS day and during the test administration period. so the Pl. EAMO . and Progress Target data are suppressed .

t Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities 1n the current year IS equal to or greater than 30.

4 of 12


Secondary-Level English Language Arts Results for Accountability All accountability groups made A VP: YES Student Group

Tested 95%

Made AYP

....•

._

12th Graders

,

All Students

.

Amer ican Indian or Alaska Native

.

Pl>= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2009

Accountability Co hort Members

Pl

841

d if"

.. ·-=----

-:.,;-;:~

840 :......

• .

,'!\;·· •

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99'Ya

i.

0

OJ:.·

·;•--:"-Ci

~~4.~ 1

-':" :

~

Safe Harbor Target

EAMO

.. -.

..

-

":162: ..

.J~.-- I

-..

..,...

.:.

'J 274~'' 1 , • c-. r

100%

Hispanic or Latino

40

95%

41

llL ~ ~ :. ~

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

115

100o/a

115

192J •;

White

552

99"/o

555

186

Black or African American

~

::125.

.

'~itl"'•J,,

........ ,

131'

165 ~,;-.

Multiracial Students With Disabilities

95%

120

Limited Engllsh Proficient

2

.. ~.--·--· . JS• , .=;

Economically Disadvantaged

-

.--&.#~~'

1211"

139t

2

~P,~~·;

71

10<Wo

....

..

~ ~~ 13~

id~

165 -r -.;

.,l~~

5

6

U J59

.-.

~ -:~

·-i: . ·-'--·

~! ~

-m

182f~ ~. i135ic . ·~--· ~ ~

'

-~-~

Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP. Student Group

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

12th Graders

2009 Accountability Cohort Members

Pl

Not American Indian or Alaska Native Not Black or African American Not Hi spanic or Latino Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Not White Not Multiracial General Education English Proficient Not Economically Disadvantaged Male Female Migrant Not Migrant -' Yes 'I(

No

-

There were fewer than 40 12th graders . so the Percent of 12th G raders

w~h

Valid Test Scores data are suppres sed OR there wer e fewer than 30 students .n the 2009 accountabihty cohere .

so Pl. EAMO. and Safe HarbOr Target data are suppresseo.

t lncluaes former students with d1Sabilities beeause the number of students with disabiities

lf1

the c urrent year

IS

equal to or greater than 30.

5 of 12


Secondary-Level Mathematics Results for Accountability All accountability groups made A VP: YES Student Group

All Students American Indian or Alaska Native Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White Multiracial Students With Disabilities Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged

Made AVP

Tested 95%

12th Graders

Percent of 12th Graders with Valld Test Scores

Pl>= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2009 Accountability Cohort Members

Pl

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

--------------•-----------------•----------------------------

Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP. 12th Graders

Student Group

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

2009 Accountability Cohort Members ,

Not American Indian or Alaska Native

841

Not Black or African American

716

,.

" ' .,,,,, •:t

Not Hispanic or Latino

100%

Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

100%

'

<

"~·

'

I

726

,

,

<

,

Not White Not Multiracial

100% ' 720

General Education

100"k.

QQQ ~

~

, , ,'(::; ~

99%

Pl

,

,

•>,,

-

100%

English Proficient Not Economically Disadvantaged Male Female Migrant

100%

Not Migrant ., Yes )(No

-

There were fewer than 40 12th graders, so the Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores data are suppressed OR there were fewer than 30 students 1n the 2009 accountabllrty cohor 1 •

so Pl EAMO. ano Safe Harbor Target data are suppressed.

t lncluoes former students wrth d1sab1l1t1es because the number of students with disabilities 1n the current year is equal 'o or greater !nae 30. ~·-···--------------------

2 of 14


Unweighted Combined ELA and Math Pis Student Group

Elementary/ Middle- Elementary/ MiddleLevel ELA Pl Level Math Pl

Secondary-Level ELAPI

Secondary-Level Math Pl

Unweighted Combined Pl

All Students American Indian or Alaska Native Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White Multiracial Students With Disabilities Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged

-

There were not enough students to determine a Performance Index.

路---------------------

3 of 14


Overall Graduation Rate for Accountability All accountability groups made AVP: YES Student Group

Made AYP

All Students American Indian or Alaska Native Black or African American

Hispanic or Latino Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White Multiracial Students With Disabilities Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged /Made AYP )(Did not make AYP -

There were not enough students to make an AYP determination.

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Four-Vear Graduation-Rate Total Cohort for Accountability Student Group

Met Graduation-Rate Criterion

2008 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Graduation Rate

State Standard

Progress Target

All Students American Indian or Alaska Native Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White Multiracial Students With Disabilities Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged , Graauation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target )(Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's Progress Target. -

There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.

t Includes former s tudents with disabitities because the number ol students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30 .

5 of 14


Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort for Accountability Student Group

Met Graduation-Rate Criterion

2007 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Graduation Rate

State Standard

Progress Target

All Students American Indian or Alaska Native Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White Multiracial Students With Disabilities Limited English Proficient Economically Disadvantaged "' Graduation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target. 'K Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's

-

Progr0Ss Target.

There were fewer than 30 students 1n the cohort

t Includes lormer students with dlsabitities because the number of students with oisabilities in the current year

is

equal to or greater than 30 .

6 of 14


Graduation Rates for Non-A VP Groups for Accountability Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP. Five-Vear Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Four-Vear Graduation-Rate Total Cohort Student Group 2008 Four-Vear Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Not American Indian or Alaska Native

2007 Five-Vear Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Graduation Rate

Graduation Rate

95%

Not Black or African American Not Hispanic or Latino Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Not White Not Multiracial General Education English Proficient Not Economically Disadvantaged Male Female Migrant Not Migrant -

There were fewer than 30 students 1n the cohort.

Graduation Rates for Regents with Advanced Designation and CTE Endorsement for Accountability Percentage of 2008 Graduation-Rate Total Cohort members who graduated as of August 31, 2012 with: Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (This District)

Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (Statewide)

69o/o

30o/o

Regents Diploma with CTE Endorsement (This District)

Regents Diploma with CTE Endorsement (Statewide)

2%

3o/o

Percentage in This District Exceeded Statewide

. Percentage in This District Exceeded Statewide

.

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Date: May 1 2014

Half Hollow Hills Central School District

Exe~ptlon

Statutory Authority

Total Assessed Value

Senior Citizens Limited Income Disabled Person with Limited Income Veterans aergy Commercial

NYS and Local law NYS and Local law NYS and Local Law NYSLaw NYSLaw

328,940 23,080 136,625 19,500

Home Improvement~ Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's Agricultural Wholly Exempted (Non路Profit, Government, Schools, Parks, Churches, Fire Districts)

NYS and Local law NYS and Local law NYS Law State Laws

Description

117,400 135,736 39,310 68,930 6,841,735

-


REPORT ISSUED - 07/15/2013

TOWN

OF

B A B Y L 0 N

PROGRAM NAME - ASB262

EXEMPTION IMPACT SUMMARY BY DISTRICT 2013/2014 SC016 SCHOOL DIST. -HALF HOLLOW HILLS

ASSESSED VALUE EXEMPTION AMOUNT STAR EXEMPTIONS TAXABLE VALUE

PARTIALLY EXEMPT PRIVATE

27,976,724 10,504,029 1,559,010 15,032,005

100.00\ 37.03\ 62.17\

PARTIALLY EXEMPT PUBLIC

AGED (A) CLERGY !Cl RESIDENTIAL (R) VETERAN (V) FIRE FIGHTERS (Z) BUSINESS (B) DISABLED LIMITED INCOME (D) FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS (Y)

104,460 7,500 4,000 3,060 11,360 0 9,400 0

.37\ .03\ .01\ . 01\ .04\ .00\ .03\ .00\

COUNTY (0) NYS TAXABLE LAND (T)

0 0

.00\ .00\

TOTAL

140,500

.SO\

TOTAL

0

.00\

7,240,134

25.00\

WHOLLY EXEMPT PRIVATE TOTAL

IDA

WHOLLY EXEMPT PUBLIC 603,305

2.44\

2, 520,730

9. 01\

TOTAL

3300

TOTAL

TIME OF REPORT .. 16 .16. 56

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Salary: Administrative Compensation Information 580405 â&#x20AC;˘ HALF HOLLOW HILLS CS

2013-2014 - Page 1 Official¡ as of 04/30/2014 03:22 PM

Note that for the first time in many years we are amending the format of this form. In response to recent legislative efforts spurring the need for greater sharing of costs in service provision and local government administration, we wish to give those districts that have shared administrative staff in the past and are doing so at the present, the ability to highlight these efforts in the upcoming school year. Accordingly, the form will allow a district to identify the other districts with whom they will be sharing administrative staff for school year 2014-15. If you will be sharing a superintendent, list the district (or districts) with whom you will do so in the text box on the form for that purpose and if you will be sharing other administrative staff, please send an email to EMSCMGTS@mailnysed.gov, indicating the title of staff persons(s) as well the other district(s) involved in the cost-sharing.

When you do the data entry for the salaries, benefits and other compensation if applicable, in the form, please note that you should reflect only the financial support or commitment that ill!JL district will be making. That is to say that if a district will be sharing admin staff, the values entered here by an individual district to the cost-sharing arrangement, should not reflect the total amounts budgeted to be paid by all participating districts over the school year.

Submittal Form for Estimated Salaries in the Budget for the 2014-2015 School Year (Form Due - May 12, 2014) Sections 1608 and 1716 of the Education Law (Please read the instructions and definitions before completing this form.)

1.

Title

Salary

Employee Benefits

Other Remuneration

jsuperintendent of Schools

1249,900

j63,914

19,600

Please list the district or districts with whom you will be sharing a superintendent (if applicable): Associate, Assistant and Deputy Superintendents (Example Titles: Associate Superintendent for Instruction, Deputy Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent for Business, etc.) 2. 3.

4.

5.

I :========; 1204,089 I 1183,058 :========; jASST. SUPT FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION I 1201,089 :========; IASST SUPT FOR FINANCE & FACILITIES I 1188,442 IDEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT

ls3,533

14,200

jASST SUPT FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION

le1 ,741

14,200

~====:=::::;

6.

164,499

j4,200 14 200

I

19.

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20

I

7. 8.

9. 10. 11.

12. 13.

14. 15. 16. 17.

18.

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Salary: Administrative Compensation Information 580405 • HALF HOLLOW HILLS CS

2013-2014 - Page 3 Official - as of 04/30/2014 03:31 PM

Other SupeNisory and Administrative Employees Scheduled to Receive $128,000 or More in Salary 71.

!ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL - ELEMENTARY

1140,871

72.

!ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL - HIGH SCHOOL

1146,544

73.

jASSISTANT PRINCIPAL - MIDDLE SCHOOL

1146,927

74.

!ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL- MIDDLE SCHOOL

1159,147

75.

!ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL- HIGH SCHOOL

1146,469

76.

!ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL- HIGH SCHOOL

1146.469

77.

lcoORDINATOR OF LANGUAGE ARTS

1154,741

78.

!ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL - HIGH SCHOOL

!154.741

79.

lcoORDINATOR- MS SPECIAL EDUCATION

1158,288

80.

!COORDINATOR- HS SPECIAL EDUCATION

1161,209

81.

lcoORDINATOR - ELEMENTARY READING

82.

!ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL- HIGH SCHOOL

83.

lcoORDINATOR- ELEM. SPECIAL EDUCATION! 1167,960

1167,960

I

1166,960

84.

lcOORDINATOR - PRE-K & RELATED SERVICE~ 1167,960

85.

!DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL STUDIES

86.

!DIRECTOR OF MATHEMATICS

87.

!DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION & HEALi 1154,280

I 1145,092 I 1154,280

88.

!DIRECTOR OF COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUj 1154,280

89.

!PRINCIPAL - ELEMENTARY

90.

!DIRECTOR OF FINE ARTS

1163,469

91.

!PRINCIPAL - ELEMENTARY

1163,469

92.

!PRINCIPAL - ELEMENTARY

1169,936

93.

!PRINCIPAL - ELEMENTARY

1176,687

94.

jPRINCIPAL - ELEMENTARY

1176,687

95.

!DIRECTOR - INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS

1176,687

96.

!EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUC.

1177, 124

97.

jPRINCIPAL - MIDDLE SCHOOL

1182,798

I

1163,469

98.

jPRINCIPAL - MIDDLE SCHOOL

1186,798

99.

!PRINCIPAL - HIGH SCHOOL

1171,740

100.

jPRINCIPAL - HIGH SCHOOL

1194,748

101.

!NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR

1135,748

102.

!FACILITIES ADMINISTRATOR

1141.170

103.

I

104.

I

105.

I I

106

107. 108 109.

110. 111 112.

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