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Half Hollow Hills Central School District 2011- 2012 Proposed Budget Proposal 4/11/11

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Continuing Challenges for 2011/12 • • • • • • • •

Run an efficient system without negatively impacting programs for our students New York State’s economic crisis has not improved NYS Mandated contributions to retirement system and health insurance premiums are skyrocketing Governor’s Gap Elimination Plan would reduce our state aid another $2.2 million ($5 million over two years) Federal Stimulus money (ARRA) ends June 30, 2011 Secondary Enrollment still increasing The MTA Tax will continue in 2011/12 NYS Mandates for Districts shift costs from NYS to local school districts 2


New NYS mandates •

The following unfunded mandates are included in the current budget proposal.

• The District share, of residential maintenance costs for special education private school placements, has been increase from 20% to 38.424%.

• NYS funding, for private schools for the deaf,

blind and physically challenged, has been changed. These schools were previously Statesupported. The District is now responsible for tuition payments which will be partially reimbursed through excess cost aid. 3


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In-District K-12 Enrollment Trend Total Enrollment 1990/91 - 2011/12

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5,000

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Elementary Enrollment Trend Elementary (K-5) Enrollment (In-District)

5,2 00 4,7 00

4,651

4,906

4,797

4,773

4,617

4,475

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Secondary Enrollment Trend Secondary (6-12) Enrollment (In-District)

5,17 7 5,290

5,395

5,531

5,623 5,686

5,7 53 5,835

4,932

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Demographer’s 10 Year Enrollment Trend by Building** 2010/11

2011/12

2015/16

2020/21

Chestnut Hill Elementary

569

504

447

423

Forest Park Elementary

516

465

347

333

Otsego Elementary

590

522

404

383

Paumanok Elementary

683

628

555

513

Signal Hill Elementary

605

560

486

463

Sunquam Elementary

608

572

435

420

Vanderbilt Elementary

561

521

497

471

Candlewood Middle School

1,080

1,059

857

645

West Hollow Middle School

1,470

1,498

1,289

998

High School East

1,780

1,826

1,851

1,531

High School West

1,423

1,452

1,342

1,025

Grand Totals

9,882

9,607

8,510

7,205

** Enrollment numbers provided are for in-district K-12 students only.

** These figures do NOT include enrollment for out-of-district special educ. placements including BOCES ** These figures do NOT include Pre-K

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Budget-to-Budget comparison Adopted Budget 2010/11

Total Budget % Change

Rollover Budget 2011/12 (estimated cost of rolling forward budget as is)

$207,881,882 $221,769,657 6.68%

Proposed Budget 2011/12

Total Savings From Original Rollover

$215,978,880 -5,790,777 3.89%

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2011/12 Major Budget Reductions of close to $6M include: • Teacher and Administrator salary schedule freeze: $3M

• Staff reductions due to decreased

enrollment at the elementary level: $1.3M

• Restructuring due to retirements: $1.4M 9


Major Budget Increases 2010/11 Budget - $207,881,882

Proposed Increase

% of total Budget

2011/12 Budget - $215,978,880

$8,096,998

3.89%

NYS Health Insurance Premium Increases of 13% (most employees

$2,544,006

1.22%

NYS mandated contributions to the Retirement System

$3,500,967

1.69%

Reinvestment in Technology Hardware

$ 857,149

0.41%

Additional private placement buses

$ 394,240

0.19%

Total of Major Increases:

$7,296,362

3.51%

$800,636

0.38%

contribute 20%-25% of cost)

Balance of Budget Increases

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Budget updates • Elementary Summer School reinstated • Professional Development reinstated • Reinvestment in Technology

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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2011-12 Proposed Budget Summary

Total Budget Dollar Increase Percent Increase

2010-11

2011-12

$207,881,882

$215,978,880 $8,096,998 3.89%

Capital $27,301,730 12.64% Program $167,303,444 77.46%

Administrative $21,373,706 9.90% 13


Administrative Budget - General Support 1.943% of Total Budget

• Board of Education • District Administration • Finance • Legal Service

2011-12 $4,196,880

• • • •

Personnel Public Information Central Printing Management of Information Systems

2010-11

Change

$4,218,120

($21,240) 14


Administrative Budget- Special Items 1.014% of Total Budget

•Unallocated Insurance •School Association Dues •MTA Tax • TAN Issue Expense

•BOCES Administrative Charges 2011-12 $2,188,965

2010-11

Change

$2,143,437

$ 45,528 15


Administrative Budget – Supervision & Curriculum Improvement 4.329% of Total Budget

• Curriculum Development

• Building Administration

• Subject Supervisors • Pupil Personnel 2011-12 $9,349,857

2010-11 $9,349,023

Change $834 16


Operation & Maintenance of Plant 6.608% of total budget Capital Budget: 6.511%

Admin: .097%

• Custodial/Maintenance Personnel • Contracts-Heating, Plumbing & Electrical

• Utilities-Telephone, Light & Power, Water

• Custodial Supplies & Equipment • Capital Projects – Sunquam Roof 2011-12 $14,272,228

2010-11 $14,243,364

Change $ 28,864 17


Program Budget – Instruction 52.034% of Total Budget

• Teaching Staff • Teaching Equipment, • • • • • • • • • •

Supplies & Materials Textbooks BOCES Services Special Education Legal services Occupational Education School Library & AV Computer Instruction Guidance Department Health Services In-Service Training

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Program Budget Instruction - continued

• Psychological Services • Social Work Services • Co-Curricular • Interscholastic Athletics • Community Services 2011-12

2010-11

$112,382,948

$110,920,862

Change $1,462,086 19


Pupil Transportation 6.154% of Total Budget Admin: .046% Program: 5.942% Capital: .165%

• In-District Transportation • Bus Purchases • Contract Transportation

2011-12 $13,291,576

2010-11 $12,626,115

Change $665,461 20


Employee Benefits – FICA/NYS Mandated Contributions 23.589% of Total Budget Admin: 2.467% • Program: 19.487% • Capital: 1.636%

• • • •

NYS Mandated Employer • Disability Insurance Contribution to Retirement System • Health, Dental, Optical & Life Insurance Social Security Worker’s Compensation

• Compensated Absences

Unemployment Insurance 2011-12 $50,947,495

2010-11 $ 44,778,968

Change $6,168,527 21


Debt Service 4.329% of Total Budget

•Principal on School Bonds

•Interest on School Bonds •Interest on Short - Term Notes 2011-12 $9,348,931

2010-11 $ 9,601,993

Change ($253,062) 22


A quick fix….. Albany has suggested the following: “State Aid cuts – No Problem. Use your reserves”

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Use of Reserves • •

Strong reserve funds are a sign of fiscal health

Reserve funds help maintain a district’s fiscal integrity and it’s ability to annually borrow (Tax Anticipation Notes) at a lower rate (Moody’s)

Reserves contribute to keeping budget and tax rate increases moderate and steady

Reserve funds are very beneficial in navigating through severe economic times

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Types of Reserves • • • • •

Reserve for Encumbrances

– Open purchase orders at the end of the year to be rolled over to the subsequent year

Workers’ Compensation (GML 6-J)

– Used to pay workers compensation benefits & expenses under a self-insurance program

Unemployment (GML 6-M)

– Payment to state unemployment insurance fund for unemployment related expenses

Employee Benefit Accrued Liability (GML 6-P)

– Used to pay for accrued employee benefits upon employee’s retirement

Retirement Contribution (GML 6-R)

– Used to pay for ERS employee retirement contributions. Cannot be used for TRS

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Fund Balance Analysis

• The following illustrates our current

Reserves, designated and undesignated fund balances and a four-year projection

FUND BALANCE BREAKDOWN.xls

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Revenue Comparison 2010/11 to 2011/12 2011/12 Budget Base Year Total Budget

$215,978,880

2010/11 Budget Base Year $207,881,88 2

% Change 3.89%

State Aid

$24,253,222

$25,695,605

-5.61%

Miscellaneous Revenue - including P.I.L.O.T. Tuition and Interest on Investments Appropriated Fund Balance

$5,328,000

$4,528,000

27.52%

$4,500,000

$4,500,000

0.00%

$3,750,000

$3,750,000

0.00%

$178,147,658

$169,758,277

4.94%

Use of Reserves Tax Levy

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Estimated Revenues 2011/12 State Aid

$24,253,222

Tuition/Health Services

$895,000

Interest on Investment

$400,000

MTA Tax Reimbursement

$400,000

Miscellaneous

$1,093,000

P.I.L.O.T.

$2,540,000

Appropriated Fund Balance

$4,500,000

Use of Reserves

$3,750,000

Total Estimated Revenues:

$37,831,222 28


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Administrative Efficiency • • • • •

The District will receive Administrative Efficiency Aid which offsets a portion of the GAP reduction Only 13 Long Island Districts are projected to receive this aid HHH is 1 of 8 Suffolk County districts Half Hollow Hills’ Administrative Efficiency Ratio is 1.52% This ratio is the 3rd lowest on Long Island and the lowest in Huntington and Babylon

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Administrative Efficiency Ratios Huntington and Babylon School Districts 4.00

3.79

3.50 2.93

3.00

2.95

2.96

2.74

2.50 2.00

1.77

1.78

1.87

1.99

2.00

2.03

2.10

2.11

2.17

1.52

1.50 1.00 0.50 0.00

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CONTINGENCY BUDGET What does it mean for the District? • Would require an additional $4.1 million in • • •

budget cuts Would devastate our instructional, extracurricular, music, arts, athletics and community programs Would be subject to various limits and controls on how the money within the contingent budget is spent Replaces local control and choice in how our tax dollars are spent with state mandated constraints 32


Budget Highlights • Recommended spending plan keeps • • • •

intact the educational and fiscal integrity of the District Re-invests in technology as part of a four-year plan Maintains current program Elementary Summer School reinstated Professional Development reinstated 33


The following highlights are included in the 2011/12 proposed budget

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Elementary Highlights • Universal Prekindergarten at each elementary school

• Full day Kindergarten • Universal Busing • Weekly Art, Music, Library instruction • Bi-weekly Physical Education instruction • Health Instruction K-5

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Elementary Highlights • Band/Orchestra lessons in 4th and 5th grade

• AHAP Program • Enrichment Services • Reading Support Services • Math Support Services • Planetarium Program • Discovery Center/Space Shuttle Program 36


Elementary Highlights • Internet access in all classrooms • Three computers in every classroom • Keyboarding instruction for all students in third and fourth grade

• Weekly scheduled computer instruction utilizing mobile laptop labs K-4

• Additional shared mobile laptop lab 5th grade

• Many classrooms have built-in projectors

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Elementary Highlights • • •

Parent Portal – Online access to student report card Access to electronic tools: document cameras, flip video cameras Multiple Online Resources – • enVision Math Student Edition, student resources, interactive tools and parent resources • World Book Online, Atomic Learning, Accunet/AP Multimedia Archive TeachingBooks.net, Tumble Books, Visual Thesaurus, Brain Pop, Discovery/United Streaming, Elementary School Parent Handbooks

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Elementary Highlights

• Variety of extra-curricular clubs and • • •

activities at each elementary school After School Foreign Language Clubs at each elementary school After School Engineering Clubs at each elementary school After School Support Programs in English Language Arts and Mathematics

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Middle Level Highlights • “Full Teaming” Model in Grades 6-8 • Immersive Language Program beginning in grade 6 in French, Italian, Spanish and Chinese

• All Core Classes (ELA, SS, Science, Math,

LOTE) work in a “vertical articulation” model towards the goal of maximizing college readiness as well as Advanced Placement participation and achievement

• Honors Earth Science and Mathematics

classes now available to over 50 % of school population

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Middle Level Highlights • Full Band, Chorus and Orchestra Program • • • •

• Multiple concert opportunities Comprehensive Theater Program • Multiple performance opportunities Two computer labs per school, music computer lab and highly effective 28 station laptop carts Smart Boards supplement the use of projectors installed in classrooms and classroom computers Full Health and PE program • PE every other day 41


Middle Level Highlights • Unique “elective” programs such as Law Seminar and Mastery Seminar in Grade 8

• Full range of support services from Guidance to Social and Academic

• Strong middle level Athletic program • Students make use of our unique, full scale

Planetarium and Discovery Center program

• Support maintained for academic and competitive field trips

• Broad array of extra-curricular opportunities including Science Olympiad

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High School Highlights Multiple Electronic Assets

Infinite Campus Student Management System

• Gradebook • Parent and Student •

Portal Administrative Productivity Suite

• Ad-hoc report •

generator Scheduling

• • •

Naviance College Management Software Multiple Electronic Library Services

• AP Photo Archives

Student Edge College and High School prep package available to parents 43


High School Highlights • 27 National Level Advanced Placement courses • Last year more than 1,900 AP Examinations were written

• Comprehensive academic research program • Summer Placements at top universities • Support for local and in-house academic research

• Broad array of advanced level courses 44


High School Highlights • Comprehensive Driver Education program • Deep content level course work in the core areas; Mathematics, Science, LOTE, English and Social Studies

• Broad array of electives to take advantage of our nine-period day program

• Full use of our in-house Planetarium for multidisciplinary work

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High School Highlights • • • • •

Each high school has six computer labs including an Art lab for graphic and media arts and a Music lab for composition High-tech Science Labs Laptop carts are available for teachers to supplement their lessons with rich content Many classrooms now have built-in projectors All classrooms have Internet access and computers

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High School Highlights •

Full range of support services from Guidance to Social and Academic

Guidance Support has outstanding student to counselor ratios

Deep and highly competitive Athletic program which meets the needs of thousands of students • Over 180 Coaches working in over 130 teams • From Football to Fencing!

Full Natatorium (Pool) complex, which allows us to have an excellent swim and dive team as well as to support community swim activities 47


High School Highlights •

Comprehensive after school Independent Study Foreign Language program

Multiple languages from Hebrew to Latin to ASL and Japanese

Continued support for academic and competitive field trips

Broad array of extra-curricular opportunities

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Special Education Highlights • Full continuum of special education and related services for over 1400 students with disabilities living in the community

• New York State Education Department “Model Program” for children with Autism

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Half Hollow Hills Achievements Advanced Placement 2009-2010

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1,917 AP Exams written by HHH students on 24 different exams 83% scored Grades 3 – 4 – 5 Most Common Exams: • Psychology – 229 Students (47% scored a 5!) • US History - 201 Students • English Literature – 172 Students • English Language – 123 Students • European History – 122 Students • Calculus – 116 Students • Economics (Macro) – 108 Students • Economics (Micro) – 104 Students 50


Half Hollow Hills Achievements Career and College Readiness

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National Student Clearinghouse reports that 92% of High School East and 93% of High School West graduates enrolled in College returned for their sophomore year. A key indicator of college preparedness and college selection

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Half Hollow Hills Achievements 2010 Newsweek America’s Best High Schools

Half Hollow Hills High School East and Half Hollow Hills High School West were both listed on the 2010 Newsweek list of America’s Best High Schools

Both schools ranked in the top 2% of America’s high schools

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Your Investments Paying Off 4th Grade ELA 2010 (% Earning 3 & 4)

Out performing  the State by  21 points!

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Your Investment Paying Off 4th Grade Math 2010 (% Earning 3 & 4)

Out performing  the State by 20  points!

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Your Investment Paying Off 8th Grade ELA 2010 (% Earning 3 & 4)

Out performing  the State by  32 points!

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Your Investment Paying Off 8th Grade Math 2010 (% Earning 3 & 4)

Out performing  the State by 39  points!

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Your Investments Paying Off Percentage of Students Passing Regents 2010 100%

55% 50%

Integrated Algebra

60%

Geometry

65%

English

70%

U.S. History

75%

Global History

80%

93

90

Physics

85%

94

91

Chemistry

94

97

97 Living Environment

90%

100

Earth Science

96

98

Spanish/French/Italian

95%

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Half Hollow Hills is truly a AAA District, successfully blending Academics, Athletics and Arts

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HIGHLIGHTING THE

ARTS Half Hollow Hills Central School District

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ALL-EASTERN MUSIC HONORS 2010-11

• Half Hollow Hills had 5 students •

selected for this year’s All-Eastern Honors Ensembles Tied with three other school districts (Arlington, Commack and Kingston) for the highest participation by any one school district in New York State this year 60


ALL-STATE MUSIC HONORS 2010-11 • Half Hollow Hills had 24 students

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selected for this year’s All-State Honors Ensembles The highest number of students selected from any one school district in New York State this year Ties our own record set in 2009-10

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SCHOLAR ARTIST AWARDS

• Half Hollow Hills consistently has • •

students selected for the annual Newsday/Long Island Arts Alliance “Scholar Artist” Award Only 20 awards presented each year from all across Long Island Two recipients this year for Dance and Visual Arts

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“BEST” MUSIC COMMUNITY IN AMERICA !

• Half Hollow Hills was selected by

the N.A.M.M. Foundation as being one of the “Best 100 Communities for Music Education in America” in 2008

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VISUAL ARTS SHINES ! • Half Hollow Hills students took “Best

in Show” at both the Heckscher’s 2010 “Long Island’s Best” art competition and the 2010 “Long Island Media Arts Show” hosted by Five Towns College!

• At the 2011 “Go Ape” AP Art

Competition hosted by the Art League of Long Island, Half Hollow Hills had three (3) award recipients, more than any other high school on Long Island! 64


THEATRE BOWS •

Half Hollow Hills boasts an amazing eleven (11) individual, school-sponsored theatre productions throughout the year, more than any other school district on Long Island!

At the B.A.C.C.A. 2010 TOBY Awards, High School East’s productions of “Once Upon a Mattress” and “The Laramie Project” were nominated for an unprecedented 16 awards, including Best Male Vocal, Best Leading Actor, Best Drama and Best Musical!

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NYSSMA MAJORS • At the 2010 NYSSMA Majors Festivals, all seven (7) Half Hollow Hills ensembles adjudicated received either a “Gold” or “Gold with Distinction” award!

• In 2011, a record number ten (10)

ensembles representing Half Hollow Hills from across the district will be performing for NYSSMA Majors adjudication 66


NYSSMA NYSSMA PARTICIPATION PARTICIPATION

• Well over 1,300 Half Hollow Hills

students elect to perform for solo adjudication in our annual NYSSMA solo/ensemble festivals each year

• Over 90% of these students receive

either a “Superior” or “Excellent” rating (Levels 1-4) or an A+, A or A(Levels 5+6) 67


ALL-COUNTY MUSIC ACCOLADES • Half Hollow Hills consistently has

• • •

more students represented in NYSCAME, SCMEA and LISFA AllCounty performance ensembles combined than any other school district in Suffolk County! 256 Students – 2010-11 262 Students – 2009-10 239 Students – 2008-09 68


ATHLETIC HIGHLIGHTS • HHH offers the most varsity sports opportunities in Suffolk County.

• 17 varsity boys and 17 varsity girls sports

• Both HSE and HSW received the School of Distinction Award from NYSPHSAA

• Only 18 high schools were recognized in NYS. HHH had both high schools recognized

• All varsity teams achieved the

scholar/athlete award for the entire school year 69


ATHLETIC HIGHLIGHTS • HHH was named the “2010 Top

Athletic Program in Suffolk County” by Ultimate Athlete magazine

• 2010 HSW Basketball team ranked #18 in the nation by USA Today

• 2008, 2009, 2010 – News12 Scholar

Athletes – 8 HHH athletes have been recognized

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ATHLETIC HIGHLIGHTS •

2010 NYS Football Player of the Year

2010 NYS Basketball Player of the Year

2008 NYS Track Athlete of the Year

Dellecave Award - Suffolk County Athlete of the Year for 2008 and 2010

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CENTER FOR AMERICAN PROGRESS Return on Educational Investment A District-by-District evaluation of U.S. educational productivity

This report is the culmination of a yearlong effort to study the efficiency of the nation’s public education system and includes the firstever attempt to evaluate the productivity of almost every major school district in the country This project measures the academic achievement a school district produces relative to its educational spending 72


Center for American Progress Return on Investment: A District – by – District Evaluation of Educational Productivity: “Doing What Works” (January 2011)

Half Hollow Hills Central School District Half Hollow Hills has the highest State Achievement Index of any school district with our level of Diversity!

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Center for American Progress The following data ranks 612 New York Districts

Category Per Pupil Expenditure

HHH Ranking

Total # of Districts in Study

Percentile Ranking

404

612

33.99%

51

612

91.67%

573

612

6.37%

(1 being highest cost and 612 being lowest cost)

Achievement (1 being highest achievement and 612 being lowest achievement)

Administrative Costs (1 being highest cost and 612 being lowest cost)

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• The 2011-12 Budget

recommendation keeps intact the educational and fiscal integrity of the District

• Supports student achievement • Responsive to the needs of the taxpayers

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Dates to Remember Date

Time

Place

Description

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

9:30 am

High School East

High School PTA Budget Presentation

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

7:30 pm

High School West

High School PTA Budget Presentation

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

9:30 am 7:30 pm 8:15 pm

Paumanok Forest Park Chestnut Hill

Elementary PTA Budget Presentations

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

9:30 am 10:15 am 7:30 pm 8:15 pm

Signal Hill Vanderbilt Otsego Sunquam

Elementary PTA Budget Presentations

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

9:30 am 10:15 am

Candlewood West Hollow

Middle School Budget Presentations

Monday, May 9, 2011

8:00pm

West Hollow

BUDGET HEARING

High School East

BUDGET VOTE

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

7 am to 10 pm

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HALF HOLLOW HILLS CSD FUND BALANCE ANALYSIS

6/30/2010 RESERVE FOR ENCUMBRANCES

Use of

Use of

Use of

Use of

Reserves

Reserves

Reserves

Reserves

2010-2011

720,500

6/30/2011

2011-2012

6/30/2012

720,500

2012-2013

720,500

6/30/2013

2013-2014

720,500

6/30/2014 720,500

RESERVED OTHER WORKER'S COMPENSATION UNEMPLOYMENT INS. EMP. BENEFIT ACCRUED LIABILITY

1,944,635

(500,000)

1,444,635

(300,000)

1,144,635

(300,000)

844,635

(300,000)

238,581

(50,000)

188,581

(50,000)

138,581

(50,000)

88,581

(50,000)

38,581

12,951,301

(200,000)

12,751,301

(800,000)

11,951,301

(800,000)

11,151,301

(800,000)

10,351,301

PROPERTY LOSS

482,987

LIABILITY

315,400

(315,400)

10,933,635

(3,000,000)

RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION

482,987 7,933,635

(4,065,400) TOTAL RESERVED FUND BALANCE

27,587,039

482,987

-

(2,600,000)

5,333,635

(3,750,000) 23,521,639

(2,600,000)

482,987 2,733,635

(3,750,000) 19,771,639

-

544,635

482,987

(2,600,000)

133,635

(3,750,000) 16,021,639

12,271,639

APPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE*

4,500,000

4,500,000

4,500,000

4,500,000

4,500,000

UNRESERVED UNDESIGNATED**

8,315,277

8,315,277

8,315,277

8,315,277

8,315,277

12,815,277

12,815,277

12,815,277

12,815,277

12,815,277

40,402,316

36,336,916

32,586,916

28,836,916

25,086,916

TOTAL UNRESERVED

TOTAL FUND BALANCE

*Funds that are used to offset tax levy/taxpayer burden ** NYS recently increased the allowable amount to 4% of following year's budget. Protects against unanticipated crisis expenditures and mid-year state aid cuts, etc… Return to Presentation

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