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Southern Westchester BOCES

Teaching Learning Life The Annual Budget Book 2012-2013


Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Who We Are Southern Westchester BOCES Component School Districts District

Superintendent

Phone Number

Board President

Ardsley

Lauren Allan

693-6300

Patricia Bova

Blind Brook

William J. Stark

937-3600

Sheri Zarkower

Bronxville

David Quattrone

395-0500

James Hudson

Byram Hills

Jacquelyn Taylor

273-4082

Ira Schulman

Dobbs Ferry

Lisa Brady

693-1500

Lynne Black

Eastchester

Marilyn Terranova

793-6130

Paul Doyle

Edgemont

Nancy Taddiken

472-7768

Gerald Stoughton

Elmsford

Barbara Peters

592-8440

Matthew R.C. Evans

Greenburgh Central 7

Ronald Ross, Interim

761-6000

Terry Williams

Greenburgh Eleven

Anthony Gyetua-Danaquah

693-8500

Susan Noble

Greenburgh Graham

Amy Goodman

478-1106

Poul Jensen

Greenburgh North Castle

Edward Placke

693-3030

Denis Barry

Harrison

Louis Wool

835-3300

Dennis DiLorenzo

Hastings-on-Hudson

Timothy P. Connors, Interim

478-6200

Eileen Baecher

Hawthorne Cedar Knolls

Mark K. Silverstein

749-2900

Daniel Leffell

Irvington

Robert Roelle, Interim

591-8501

John Dawson

Mount Pleasant Blythedale

Ellen Bergman

347-1800

Patricia Stanley

Mount Pleasant Central

Susan Guiney

769-5500

Theresa Fowler

Mount Pleasant Cottage

James Gaudette

769-0456

Barbara Mann

Mount Vernon

Waveline Bennett-Conroy, Acting

665-5201

Michelle Walker

New Rochelle

Richard Organisciak

576-4200

Chrisanne Petrone

Pelham

Dennis Lauro, Jr.

738-3434

Robert Eicher

Pleasantville

Mary Fox-Alter

741-1400

Lois Winkler

Pocantico Hills

Valencia Douglas

631-2440

John Conrad

Port Chester-Rye

Edward Kliszus

934-7901

Blanca Lopez

Rye

Edward J. Shine

967-6108

Laura Slack

Rye Neck

Peter J. Mustich

777-5200

Cathy O’Keefe

Scarsdale

Michael V. McGill

721-2410

Jill Spieler

Tarrytowns

Howard W. Smith

631-9404

B. Joseph Lillis

Tuckahoe

Edward J. Reilly

337-6600

Julio Urbina

Valhalla

Brenda Myers

683-5040

William Rosenberg

White Plains

Christopher Clouet

422-2019

Rosemarie Eller

Phone Number

Board President

698-9000 376-8100

Robin Nichinsky Paresh Patel

Non Component School Districts District

Superintendent

Mamaroneck Yonkers

Robert Shaps Bernard Pierorazio

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Mission

Southern Westchester BOCES 17 Berkley Drive Rye Brook, NY 10573 914-937-3820 www.swboces.org

The mission of Southern Westchester BOCES is to collaborate with school districts and communities to meet their educational challenges by providing regionalleadership and cost-effective, high-quality services.

Table of Contents Message from the Board President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Board of Education President, Georgia Riedel Vice President, Joseph Wooley John DeSantis Nancy Fisher Richard Glickstein Beverly A. Levine James Miller James T. Langlois, Ed.D., Interim District Superintendent Sandra A. Simpson, Chief Operating Officer Assistant Superintendents Susan Carr, Educational Services Harold Coles, Psy.D, Regional Services Stephen Tibbetts, Business and Administrative Services

Budget Activity Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Expenses by Category . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Expenses by Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Budget Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 BOCES & District Budget Differences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Administrative Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Capital Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Sources of Revenue: Administrative & Capital Budgets . . . .13 Center for Career Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Center for Special Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

The Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services, its officers and employees, shall not discriminate against any student, employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, marital status, gender, age, handicapping condition or sexual orientation. This policy of nondiscrimination includes access by students to educational programs, counseling services for students, course offerings and student activities, recruitment, appointment and promotion of employees, and employment pay and benefits, and it is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended and then promulgated thereunder, not to discriminate in such a manner.

Center for Professional Development & Curriculum Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Lower Hudson Regional Information Center . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Center for Adult and Community Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Department of Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Center for Interscholastic Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Department of Human Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Additional BOCES Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

SWBOCES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 17 Berkley Drive, Rye Brook, NY 10573, 914-937-3820

Internal SWBOCES Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40

TITLE IX COORDINATOR, SHEILA V. MCGUINESS, DBA, DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES

Special Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42

Operations and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41

School Lunch/Breakfast Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 SECTION 504 COORDINATOR, THOMAS DIBUONO, DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES AND OPERATIONS

SWBOCES Locations & Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 A Message From The Board of Education On behalf of the Board of Education, I am pleased to present you with the Southern Westchester BOCES budget proposal for 2012-13. As you’ll see in our annual Budget Book summary, we have included detailed Administrative and Capital budgets, along with budgets for the more than 120 programs and services that we are proud to provide to the school districts in our region. Be sure to consult our annual Services Guide, which was recently mailed to you, for complete descriptions of our programs and services. With sensitivity to the budgetary constraints faced by all our school districts, we are presenting an Administrative budget that calls for a modest increase of 2.00% over the 2011-12 budget, a dollar increase of $174,488. The day-to-day section of the Administrative Budget, which supports the management, coordination and leadership provided by Board members and the central office, calls for an increase of $90,713, reflecting an increased costs of fringe benefits, facilities maintenance charges and utilities. Between 2010-11 and 2011-12, SWBOCES was able to decrease spending in this area by more than 3.6 percent. As most of our districts know, the cost of providing post-employment health insurance for our retirees also continues to grow, with SWBOCES budgeting for an additional four retirees in 2012-13, at a cost of $83,775. That means BOCES is expected to be paying health insurance for a total of 400 retirees in 201213, or a total of $4,267,150. Our Capital Budget of $3.19 million pays for the leases and rentals of SWBOCES classrooms and office space, along with long-term construction agreements with our school districts. By negotiating leases with no rental increases and ending long-term construction agreements with four of our school districts, the 2012-13 Capital Budget was kept to a modest increase of 0.01 percent. Please note that the SWBOCES Annual Dinner and Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 4, where we will explain our proposed budget in detail. To better understand our budget and to share your own challenges with us, please mark your calendars and designate at least one Board of Education member and one administrator to attend. You will also have the opportunity to meet this year’s candidates for positions on the Board of Education. Remember to schedule a vote on the SWBOCES Administrative Budget and trustee election on April 24. Don’t hesitate to contact any of our Board members or administrators if you have questions about our budget or our services. You can contact us at 914-937-3820 extension 542. Sincerely,

Georgia Riedel President, Southern Westchester Board of Education

Important Target Dates for 2 012-2 013 Services February-March 2012: Southern Westchester BOCES distributes its Budget, price list and computer disk for districts to use in contracting for 2012-2013 services. April 4, 2012: Southern Westchester BOCES Annual Meeting April 24, 2012: Southern Westchester BOCES trustee election and administrative budget vote April 25, 2012: Southern Westchester BOCES adopts 2012-2013 budget August 1, 2012: District Superintendent’s letter to Albany, confirming districts’ service contracts 4


Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Expenses by Category 2 012/2013 Fringe Benefits 22%

Other Services 31%

Certified Salaries 24%

Furniture/Equipment 1% Classified Salaries 20%

Materials Supplies 2%

Expenses by Category 2012/2013

ADMINISTRATIVE BUDGET CAPITAL BUDGET PROGRAM BUDGETS Career Services Special Services Instructional Support & Tech Staff Development Adult & Community Svces Transportation Interscholastic Athletics Other BOCES Services Operations & Maintenance Total SPECIAL AID FUND PROGRAM BUDGETS Special Services Adult & Community Services Transportation Total GRANTS SCHOOL LUNCH FUND GRAND TOTAL

Certified Salaries 987,941 0

Classified Salaries 1,201,203 0

Furniture Equipment 50,500 0

Materials/ Supplies 47,750 0

Other Services 753,900 2,491,216

Fringe Benefits 5,237,251 0

Charge 615,195 704,814

4,246,364 22,707,676 225,294 777,732 1,371,698 119,748 159,980 49,524 9,338 30,655,295

944,189 6,408,630 13,918,565 354,978 174,936 2,947,368 475,214 558,764 1,057,245 28,041,092

94,819 182,731 97,773 13,500 57,500 101,600 1,500 3,900 103,700 707,523

371,024 597,396 632,845 27,850 233,575 405,800 5,500 7,450 148,450 2,477,640

279,918 4,357,815 21,067,399 2,647,893 501,022 81,472 4,396,302 5,627,586 3,152,594 45,357,117

2,376,650 12,292,395 7,184,573 545,846 373,654 1,722,793 348,242 360,459 580,624 31,022,487

5,756,271 9,413,868 4,136,000 1,217,721 571,633 1,294,416 147,580 18,818 1,078,872 24,955,188

(4,517,622) 9,551,613 (6,136,508) 49,824,003 (4,042,724) 43,219,725 (1,174,323) 4,411,197 (210,860) 3,073,158 (1,344,956) 5,328,241 0 5,534,318 (806,558) 5,819,943 (6,130,823) 0 (24,364,374) 138,851,969

813,843 3,690,202 22,000 4,526,045 800,749 0 35,982,089

557,326 586,425 409,963 1,553,714 248,874 114,870 29,958,550

0 134,000 40,000 174,000 79,067 0 960,590

13,080 351,523 69,875 434,478 106,130 102,000 3,120,248

269,600 566,679 4,100 840,379 1,161,060 5,500 47,364,056

274,234 1,385,805 170,739 1,830,778 257,364 80,845 33,191,474

0 242,204 0 242,204 0 0 25,197,392

0 1,928,083 0 6,956,838 0 716,677 0 9,601,598 0 2,653,244 0 303,215 (24,364,374) 151,410,026

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InterBudget Credits 0 0

Total 8,893,741 3,196,030


Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Expenses by Center 2012/2013 Interscholastic Athletics 4%

Other Services 4%

Administrative 6% Capital 2%.

Grants 2%

Career Services 6%

Transportation 4%

Instructional Support & Tech. 29%

Adult & Community Services 7%

Special Services 33%

Staff Development 3%

Summary of Expenses by Center These budget comparisons represent a compilation of the expenses associated with the General Fund, Special Aid Fund, and state and federal grants.

Center General Fund Administrative Capital Career Services Adult & Community Serv. Special Services Staff Development Transportation Interscholastic Athlethics Center Inst Support Technology Other BOCES Services Total Special Aid Fund Special Services Adult & Community Services Transportation Total Grants School & Breakfast Fund GRAND TOTAL

Actual 2010-2011

Original Budget 2011-2012

Revised Budget 2011-2012

Proposed Budget 2012-2013

7,185,777 2,970,990 10,453,825 2,170,837 57,421,884 3,592,560 5,284,113 5,370,765 53,838,867 12,674,127 160,963,745

8,719,251 3,195,718 9,947,636 2,723,725 56,063,793 4,215,369 5,292,827 5,529,661 42,358,207 5,659,670 143,705,857

8,719,251 3,195,538 9,865,678 2,723,724 50,952,010 4,233,483 5,455,926 5,549,158 44,584,633 5,659,670 140,939,071

8,893,741 3,196,030 9,551,613 3,073,158 49,824,003 4,411,197 5,328,241 5,534,318 43,219,725 5,819,943 138,851,969

174,490 312 (396,023) 349,433 (6,239,790) 195,828 35,414 4,657 861,518 160,273 (4,853,888)

2.00% 0.01% (3.98%) 12.83% (11.13%) 4.65% 0.67% 0.08% 2.03% 2.83% (3.38%)

2,321,614 6,166,511 728,883 9,217,008 3,369,290 316,883 173,866,926

1,945,323 6,413,616 675,854 9,034,793 2,765,559 339,807 155,846,016

1,784,525 6,956,690 752,757 9,493,972 2,765,559 339,807 153,538,409

1,928,083 6,956,838 716,677 9,601,598 2,653,244 303,215 151,410,026

(17,240) 543,222 40,823 566,805 (112,315) (36,592) (4,435,990)

(0.89%) 8.47% 6.04% 6.27% (4.06%) (10.77%) (2.85%)

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Proposed Budget Original Budget $ Diff % Diff


Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 2012-2013 Budget Highlights Administrative Budget Day to Day Expenses increase of 2.00%. Post-employment benefits are provided for 400 retirees. Retiree budget to budget increase is 2.00%. Combined Administrative and Retiree budget to budget increase amounts to 2.00%.

Capital Budget Total budget to budget increase of 0.01% Budget features no increase or minor increases in the cost of leases. A decrease of long term construction agreements of approximately $500,000 An increase of $250,000 for transfer to Capital Projects to fund some of the major renovations identified in the facilities needs analysis. A $200,000 increase in payment for the BOCES-wide Energy Performance Contract

Center for Career Services Tuition for programs offered by the SWBOCES Career and Technical Education Program is commensurate with other tuition charged by other BOCES serving in the New York metropolitan area. Projected expenses for 2012-2013 are associated with mandated industry certified CTE curricula that support NYSED approval and re-approval process. This process includes hiring “highly qualified� teachers and consultant fees related to updating and writing new CTE curricula to meet the new Common Core Learning standards. Additional program costs are related to the development and implementation of a new APPR that will require additional staff training.

Center for Special Services The Center for Special Services continues its focus on high quality programs aligned with New York State Common Core Standards as well as professional development emphasizing best practices. In CoSers 203 and 230 vocational technical training is available to high school students at our Center for Career Services for an additional fee. CoSer 235, for students requiring Basic Occupational Education, is available for an additional fee. The Hearing Impaired Program will be offered through CoSer 203 with a lower staff to student ratio and an increased tuition rate pending appropriate enrollment. Based on a weighted average, one set fee will be charged for bill-back aides.

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Continued from page 7

Center for Professional Development Introduction of a new structure for configuring base fee based on “base fee plus RWADA” Streamline the budget to limit line items under CoSers Reassignment of responsibilities for support staff Professional learning opportunities support district work with the NYS Regents Reform Initiatives

Lower Hudson Regional Information Center In response to the continued financial challenges that our districts are facing, the LHRIC held most of its pricing at the 2011-2012 levels. The LHRIC has continued to work with vendors and member districts to increase the options for students and staff to participate in online learning opportunities. The LHRIC has continued to expand the remote support services. In response to challenges created by SED mandates related to APPR, the LHRIC has negotiated statewide pricing for APPR and formative assessment software.

Center for Adult and Community Services The Practical Nursing program graduates had a 92.98% passing rate for the NCLEX-PN (State Boards) exam for the period 1/1/10 to 9/30/10. The screening of the short film, Look Inside, written and produced by the Incarcerated Youth Program and the Jacob Burns Film Center, premiered in April at the Jacob Burns Film Center, in Pleasantville. The Adult Literacy program had a total of 3,987 enrollments in 2009-2010, including 2,957 ESOL students, 606 ABE students, and 424 Pre GED and GED students. The spring 2010 semester concluded with 143 classes offered at 21 locations throughout Westchester.

Department of Transportation Transportation cost and fee increases were deliberately kept as low as possible to assist districts with their own budgets. A part-time assistant is being added to the Consortium operations to help improve responsiveness in the busiest times of the year. Additional transportation consultation services are available through the Consortium and Training service CoSers.

Interscholastic Athletics A budget to budget increase for districts this year is 0.84%. The Tier System used to calculate each district’s shared cost is based on the five-classification system currently used by the NYSPHSAA. This system evenly distributes the costs to schools based on enrollment.

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Differences Between a BOCES Budget and a Local School District Budget 1. The budget is contingent on the purchase of programs and services by school districts. Enrollment and district participation are the biggest factors affecting service costs. 2. Staffing requirements for Special Education and Career Services are imposed by federal and state mandates. 3. Cash flow is dependent upon the payment of bills on a monthly basis, not taxation. BOCES is not eligible to receive state aid. However, on behalf of its component districts, BOCES does apply for BOCES state aid for aidable BOCES services that the district purchases. 4. The timetable for budget development is different, necessitating completion almost one year in advance of the fiscal year, in order to provide unit costs for use by local districts in their own budget development. 5. All year-end surpluses must be returned to participating districts; however, participating districts must pay for year-end deficits. 6. Funds cannot be transferred from one program to another within the BOCES. 7. More state and federal projects are generated and monitored by BOCES than by a typical district. 8. Advisory committees and user groups participate in the development of the budget. A majority of the component district Boards must approve the BOCES Administrative Budget. The BOCES Board approves the Capital and Program budgets after the Annual Meeting and Budget Presentation. 9. The State Education Department must annually approve all BOCES educational programs and services. The Department of Audit and Control monitors the BOCES budget. 10. The Administrative and Capital budgets are supported through an R.W.A.D.A. formula for component districts. For non-component districts, a service charge is applied based on the extent of services purchased. 11. Leased facilities must be in the Capital budget rather than the Program budgets. 12. Unit costs should be used to compare expenses from one year to the next. These costs are based upon an assumed level of participation, and may be adjusted on or about December 1 of the given year, based upon actual levels of participation.

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Administrative Budget The format for the Administrative Budget conforms to the guidelines issued by the New York State Education Department and the Department of Audit and Control. The BOCES Administrative Budget is comprised of two sections: Day-to-Day Expenses and Retiree Benefits. The day-to-day section of the Administrative Budget supports the management, coordination and leadership provided by Board members and the central office, which includes the District Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent and offices of Student Services, Regional Services, Human Resources and Business. The proposed 2012-2013 expenditures result in an increase of 2.00% over the approved 2011-2012 budget. The 2012-2013 budget also provides funding for 400 retirees, an increase of 4 retirees, at a cost of $4,267,150. This represents an increase of $83,775 over the approved 2011-2012 budget, a 2.00% increase. SWBOCES offers the New York State Health Insurance Plan as the major health insurance provider. Under this plan, Medicare becomes primary insurance for those retirees over the age of 65. Of the 400 retirees, 340 are over the age of 65, an increase of 9, where Medicare is primary insurance. For those retirees, premiums are lower under the New York State Health Plan. The total Administrative budget including both the day-to-day section and the retiree section carries a 2.00% increase over the 2011-2012 budget.

District Superintendent In addition to serving as the executive officer of the SWBOCES, the District Superintendent serves in an advisory capacity for all school districts in Southern Westchester and serves upon request, as a consultant in the recruitment, screening and evaluation of candidates for the position of Superintendent of Schools. In addition, the District Superintendent facilitates communications between districts and the State Education Department, interprets and clarifies the Commissioner’s Regulations and New York State Education Law, supports SED initiatives within the region and serves as a consultant with the Boards of Education on a variety of educational issues including: New learning standards, assessments, and graduation requirements School boundaries Management and planning

All expenses for the District Superintendent are supported through the Administrative Budget. In addition to the budgeted local salary of $123,263, a State share of $43,499 (which is not part of the Administrative budget) is provided, bringing the total 2012-2013 budgeted salary to $166,762. The related benefits for the position are estimated at $51,941 and include: health, dental, life and unemployment insurance, long-term disability, workers’ compensation and retirement.

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Administrative Budget FTE BOARD OF EDUCATION Classified Salaries Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture & Equipment Materials and Supplies Meetings & Travel Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total REGIONAL SERVICES Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Materials and Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total STUDENT SERVICES Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Materials and Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture & Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total HUMAN RESOURCES Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total BUSINESS SERVICES Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total UNDISTRIBUTED EXPENSES General Insurances Interest Payments & Charges Total INTER BUDGET CHARGES Operation & Maintenance Public Information Regional Information Ctr Other Services Total Sub-Total Administration RETIREE BENEFITS Health Insurance Total GRAND TOTAL

0.25

0.25 1.00 0.75

1.75

Actual Budget 2010-11

Approved Budget 2011-12

FTE

25,890 345,467 10,021 381,378

0.25

10,272 54,956 1,988 2,042 7,162 78,919 27,015 182,354

1.00 0.75

0.25

1.75

0 0 0 0 0 0 0.30 0.30

0.60 0.60 2.00

2.60 1.75 5.33

7.08 1.90 11.00

12.90

FTE

26,602 364,800 12,632 404,034

0.25

128,870 56,467 2,500 8,250 15,500 17,500 85,878 314,965

1.00 0.75

0.25

1.75

0 0 0 0 0 0

47,168 20,948 2,684 3,395 23,745 97,940

0.30 0.30

138,299 85,461 43,180 27,537 212,903 79,764 587,144

0.60 2.00

295,750 242,178 4,469 76,091 177,946 796,434

1.75 5.33

293,403 695,600 4,651 16,805 340,744 1,351,203

1.90 11.00

0.60

2.60

7.08

12.90

55,357 19,966 3,750 2,500 32,373 113,946

0.30 0.30

145,345 87,716 48,500 28,500 214,300 105,479 629,840

0.60 2.00

305,767 328,521 4,000 15,250 286,015 939,553

1.75 5.33

303,241 713,377 5,250 22,000 417,914 1,461,782

1.90 11.00

0.60

2.60

7.08

12.90

Revised Budget 2011-12

FTE

Proposed Budget 2012-13

26,602 364,800 12,632 404,034

0.25

128,870 56,467 2,500 8,250 15,500 17,500 85,878 314,965

1.00 0.75

1.75

123,263 57,677 2,000 5,000 7,750 14,750 85,216 295,656

0 0 0 0 0 0

0.50 1.00 0 0 0 1.50

91,590 52,795 5,250 2,750 70,504 222,889

55,357 19,966 3,750 2,500 32,373 113,946

0.30 0.30

55,958 20,213 2,750 2,750 32,593 114,264

145,345 87,716 48,500 28,500 214,300 105,479 629,840

0.95 1.50

305,767 328,521 4,000 15,250 286,015 939,553

1.35 4.78

303,241 713,377 5,250 22,000 417,914 1,461,782

1.90 11.00

0.25

0.60

2.45

6.13

12.90

26,797 374,500 13,283 414,580

228,455 61,709 48,500 28,500 212,050 125,563 704,777 183,464 259,187 1,000 13,750 210,421 667,822 305,210 722,826 5,250 19,100 432,521 1,484,907

19,000 55,395 74,395

20,000 86,500 106,500

20,000 86,500 106,500

20,000 86,500 106,500

25.18

344,246 25,706 150,977 39,957 560,886 4,031,734

25.18

367,305 30,607 134,062 33,284 565,258 4,535,878

25.18

367,305 30,607 134,062 33,284 565,258 4,535,878

25.58

407,462 30,607 133,966 43,161 615,196 4,626,591

25.18

3,154,043 3,154,043 7,185,777

25.18

4,183,375 4,183,375 8,719,253

25.18

4,183,375 4,183,375 8,719,253

25.58

4,267,150 4,267,150 8,893,741

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Administrative Budget Breakdown Board of Education 5%

District Superintendent 3%

Regional Services2% Student Services 1% General Admin. 8%

Retiree Benefits50%

Human Resources 7% Business16%

Inter-budget Charges 7%

Undistributed 1%

Capital Budget The Capital Budget includes the lease expenses for facility use for those programs and services that cannot be accommodated in BOCES-owned properties. This budget also includes a transfer to Capital Projects to help fund some of the major renovations identified in the BOCES facilities needs analysis, and a transfer to debt services to fund the BOCES-wide Energy Performance Contract.

Instructional Support & Technology 44 Executive Boulevard 50 Executive Boulevard 85 Executive Boulevard 2 Westchester Plaza Total IST Center for Special Services St. Vincents White Plains Mall Holy Trinity St Matthews District Classroom Rental New Rochelle Construction Mamaroneck Construction BlindBrook Construction Pleasantville Construction Irvington Construction Valhalla Construction Total CSS Adult & Community Services 85 Executive Boulevard St. Teresa St Gabriel Carver Center St Matthews Total Adult & Community Interscholastic Athletics/Section I 2 Westchester Plaza Total Athletics Professional Development 2 Westchester Plaza Total Professional Development Total Leases and Rentals Transfer to Capital Transfer to Debt Service GRAND TOTAL

Actual Budget 2010-11

Approved Budget 2011-12

Revised Budget 2011-12

Proposed Budget 2012-13

386,878 213,764 13,600 57,137 671,379

398,485 214,114 14,155 57,137 683,891

398,485 214,114 14,155 57,137 683,891

410,439 214,114 14,714 57,137 696,404

35,708 20,824 52,244 16,920 564,745 165,000 39,734 28,898 62,422 211,654 83,921 1,282,070

65,674 22,161 54,070 11,917 690,221 165,000 39,734 28,898 62,442 211,653 0 1,351,770

65,674 21,981 54,070 11,917 690,221 165,000 39,734 28,898 62,442 211,653 0 1,351,590

67,645 14,714 55,963 12,284 686,906 0 0 28,898 0 0 0 866,410

263,946 83,673 73,047 46,149 9,262 476,077

274,797 86,184 75,229 47,764 31,956 515,930

274,797 86,184 75,229 47,764 31,956 515,930

285,644 88,769 77,486 49,436 32,940 534,275

53,207 53,207

78,825 78,825

78,825 78,825

78,825 78,825

338,257 338,257 2,820,990 150,000 0 2,970,990

315,302 315,302 2,945,718 250,000 0 3,195,718

315,302 315,302 2,945,538 250,000 0 3,195,538

315,302 315,302 2,491,216 500,000 204,814 3,196,030

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Southern Westchester BOCES Budget 2012-2013 Revenues for the Administrative and Capital Budgets Administrative Approved Approved Proposed Budget Budget Budget 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2,800,000 2,500,000 1,500,000 50,000 50,000 25,000 0 0 0 1,212,500 1,562,500 2,670,000

Sources of Revenue Non-Component Districts Interest Earned Other BOCES Miscellaneous

Component RWADA # School Districts 2007-08 2008-09 2009-010 Ardsley 2,289 2,221 2,308 Blind Brook-Rye 1,653 1,621 1,616 Bronxville 1,641 1,638 1,624 Byram Hills 2,969 2,978 2,956 Dobbs Ferry 1,534 1,535 1,546 Eastchester 3,161 3,230 3,277 Edgemont 2,079 2,090 2,168 Elmsford 1,050 1,045 1,052 Greenburgh-Abbott 72 72 0 Greenburgh-Central 7 1,807 1,782 1,793 Greenburgh-11 439 390 364 Greenburgh-Graham 335 342 330 Greenburgh-No Castle 282 313 354 Harrison Central 3,545 3,613 3,722 Hastings-on-Hudson 1,783 1,657 1,653 Hawthorne Cedar Knls 427 409 414 Irvington 2,076 2,039 1,954 Mt Pleasant-Blythedale 102 110 115 Mt Pleasant-Central 2,099 2,143 2,157 Mt Pleasant-Cottage 406 326 331 Mt Vernon 8,894 8,522 8,629 New Rochelle 10,598 10,616 10,606 Pelham 2,739 2,875 2,905 Pleasantville 1,875 1,863 1,844 Pocantico Hills 560 543 508 Port Chester 4,097 4,255 4,404 Rye City 3,023 3,109 3,248 Rye Neck 1,605 1,607 1,567 Scarsdale 5,039 5,021 4,873 The Tarrytowns 2,650 2,666 2,721 Tuckahoe 1,064 1,047 1,091 Valhalla 1,672 1,622 1,650 White Plains 7,442 7,443 7,244 Total Components 81,007 Unit Charge / RWADA TOTAL REVENUES/Budget

80,743

81,024

127,032 91,736 91,070 164,769 85,132 175,425 115,377 58,271 3,996 100,282 24,363 18,591 15,650 196,735 98,950 23,697 115,211 5,661 116,487 22,532 493,587 588,153 152,005 104,056 31,078 227,370 167,766 89,072 279,647 147,066 59,048 92,790 413,006

126,718 92,485 93,455 169,908 87,579 184,286 119,244 59,622 4,108 101,671 22,251 19,513 17,858 206,138 94,539 23,335 116,334 6,276 122,268 18,600 486,218 605,692 164,032 106,293 30,981 242,767 177,382 91,687 286,471 152,107 59,736 92,542 424,657

133,846 93,715 94,179 171,424 89,656 190,040 125,727 61,008 0 103,980 21,109 19,137 20,529 215,846 95,861 24,009 113,316 6,669 125,089 19,195 500,413 615,063 168,467 106,937 29,460 255,397 188,358 90,873 282,595 157,796 63,269 95,687 420,094

Approved Budget 2010-11 0 0 410,751 466,810

Capital Approved Budget 2011-12 0 0 434,215 520,730

Proposed Budget 2012-13 0 0 441,222 539,075

65,163 47,057 46,715 84,520 43,669 89,986 59,185 29,891 2,050 51,441 12,497 9,537 8,028 100,918 50,758 12,156 59,099 2,904 59,753 11,558 253,191 301,700 77,972 53,377 15,943 116,631 86,057 45,690 143,448 75,440 30,289 47,598 211,856

61,637 44,986 45,458 82,645 42,599 89,639 58,001 29,001 1,998 49,454 10,823 9,491 8,686 100,268 45,985 11,351 56,586 3,053 59,472 9,047 236,503 294,615 79,787 51,702 15,069 118,084 86,281 44,597 139,342 73,987 29,056 45,014 206,558

63,116 44,192 44,411 80,837 42,278 89,615 59,287 28,769 0 49,032 9,954 9,024 9,681 101,784 45,204 11,321 53,435 3,145 58,987 9,052 235,974 290,038 79,442 50,427 13,892 120,434 88,822 42,852 133,260 74,410 29,835 45,122 198,099

Total Charges Approved Approved Proposed Budget Budget Budget 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2,800,000 2,500,000 1,500,000 50,000 50,000 25,000 410,751 434,215 441,222 1,679,310 2,083,230 3,209,075

192,195 138,793 137,785 249,289 128,801 265,411 174,562 88,162 6,046 151,723 36,860 28,128 23,678 297,653 149,708 35,853 174,310 8,565 176,240 34,090 746,778 889,853 229,977 157,433 47,021 344,001 253,823 134,762 423,095 222,506 89,337 140,388 624,862

188,355 137,471 138,913 252,553 130,178 273,925 177,245 88,623 6,106 151,125 33,074 29,004 26,544 306,406 140,524 34,686 172,920 9,329 181,740 27,647 722,721 900,307 243,819 157,995 46,050 360,851 263,663 136,284 425,813 226,094 88,792 137,556 631,215

196,962 137,907 138,590 252,261 131,934 279,655 185,014 89,777 0 153,012 31,063 28,161 30,210 317,630 141,065 35,330 166,751 9,814 184,076 28,247 736,387 905,101 247,909 157,364 43,352 375,831 277,180 133,725 415,855 232,206 93,104 140,809 618,193

4,495,615 4,606,753 4,698,741 2,306,063 2,240,773 2,215,733 6,801,688 6,847,528 6,914,475 55.50 57.05 57.99 28.47 27.75 27.35 83.96 84.81 85.34 8,558,115 8,719,253 8,893,741 3,183,623 3,195,718 3,196,030 11,741,749 11,914,973 12,089,772

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Center for Career Services Linda Maria Suarez, Director The SWBOCES Center for Career Services is committed to offering CTE programs that are rigorous, relevant and provide robust career exploration opportunities for Secondary Day and Basic Occupation Education students. The Center for Career Services also offers a comprehensive alternative high school and GED program that includes a CTE option. Our services meet all New York State academic, CTE and industry standards, and every effort is made to provide these services at the lowest possible cost to the districts and accessible to all students.

CoSer 101: Secondary Day Programs Students in grades 10-12 spend half a day in their local high schools and the other half-day at the Center for Career Services where they acquire academic and technical skills for employment and entry into Post Secondary Institutions.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 2,378,634 346,952 85,771 255,846 46,280 5,450 881,173 2,380,697 (139,843) 6,240,960

Adopted Budget 2011-12 2,624,111 366,661 102,819 252,000 73,720 15,000 1,242,152 2,108,922 (735,735) 6,049,650

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Revised Budget 2011-12 2,696,201 360,361 58,577 249,395 128,442 15,000 1,178,704 2,108,922 (736,035) 6,059,567

Proposed Budget 2012-13 2,862,034 449,108 75,819 246,500 73,904 8,000 1,479,418 2,554,727 (1,354,300) 6,395,210


Center for Career Services CoSer 102: Basic Occupational Education Programs These entry-level skills development programs are considered by the NYSED as self-contained special education programs with a Career and Technical curriculum. They provide vocational assessment and exploration of eight career areas.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 1,325,410 493,728 14,743 144,484 13,338 667,790 383,160 (1,224,745) 1,817,908

Adopted Budget 2011-12 1,347,597 504,068 57,500 172,000 32,225 834,401 757,139 (1,502,040) 2,202,890

Revised Budget 2011-12 1,283,381 461,136 32,764 172,885 21,225 798,775 757,139 (1,502,097) 2,025,208

Proposed Budget 2012-13 713,047 154,392 15,500 92,500 16,975 409,796 300,000 0 1,702,210

CoSer 435: Alternative Education The Alternative Education Coser is operated full day for pupils who have been identified as having special needs not being met in the current school programs. The Coser offers two options: 1. The Alternative High School provides a structured learning environment for students who have experienced difficulties in a traditional educational setting. Comprehensive programming involves Career and Technical education and academics and counseling support. The goal is to help the student obtain a high school diploma. 2. The General Educational Development Program complies with Part 200 of the commissioners regulations outlining eligibility for students pursing a GED Diploma while gaining Career and Technical skills.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 735,427 67,727 249 483 300 258,830 210,416 1,273,432

Adopted Budget 2011-12 653,846 71,748 0 10,000 2,960 304,110 652,437 1,695,101

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Revised Budget 2011-12 465,846 72,248 0 14,000 3,034 229,379 652,437 1,436,944

Proposed Budget 2012-13 466,364 72,121 0 4,024 2,176 247,049 662,465 1,454,199


Center for Career Services CoSer 707: Career Services Central Services This budget provides for administration and support expenses which apply to all programs within the division. Funding for this service is accomplished through an Inter-Budget charge levied to each CoSer in the division.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 184,547 267,330 21,590 22,958 117,282 0 3,101 179,027 1,796,315 445,721 (3,037,871) 0

Adopted Budget 2011-12 202,574 265,633 3,500 31,500 144,641 45,000 0 215,046 1,723,149 434,241 (3,065,284) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-12 202,574 265,633 3,500 32,128 149,805 45,000 0 209,254 1,723,149 434,241 (3,075,419) 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 204,922 268,570 3,500 28,000 138,538 40,325 0 240,388 1,758,734 480,345 (3,163,322) 0


Center for Special Services Mary Ellen Betzler, Director The Center for Special Services provides specialized programs and services that are designed to assist school districts in meeting the current and future educational challenges of students with disabilities. This assistance is provided directly to the students and indirectly, in the form of staff training, support and consultation. Services designed to enable students to move to less restrictive environments are provided in local school district buildings and other community settings. Support services help local school districts educate students in their own schools. With a projected 2012-2013 budget of $49.8 million, the Center is expected to serve a projected enrollment of 543 students. Staff to student ratios vary by program.

CoSer 201: Multiply Disabled Program Located at Rye Lake Campus, New Rochelle, and in various district-based locations. This program provides skills in self-management, language and motor areas for students 5-21 who have multiple disabilities. These students require constant supervision and support. This budget includes a high staff-to-student ratio providing one teacher and four adults (12:1:4) per classroom.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Transfer to Other Funds Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 938,591 962,171 924 13,739 8,763 81,888 87,535 782,003 52,972 133,907 556,945 3,619,438

Adopted Budget 2011-12 1,056,915 1,097,487 10,000 72,700 13,260 90,000 64,199 995,568 48,205 104,228 367,970 3,920,532

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Revised Budget 2011-12 1,056,915 1,097,487 10,000 72,884 13,260 90,000 64,199 958,887 84,886 104,228 367,970 3,920,716

Proposed Budget 2012-13 1,124,454 840,957 10,000 62,700 12,702 50,000 87,539 847,069 63,205 106,871 431,233 3,636,730


Center for Special Services CoSer 203: Project AIIM: Applied Intensive Intervention Model This program provides individualized educational services to autistic students and students with autistic tendencies ages 5-21 in district-based settings with a community-based instructional component. This budget provides a high staff-to-student ratio of 8:1:2 and speech/language consultation. The program employs principles of Structured Teaching and Applied Behavioral Analysis.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Transfer to Other Funds Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 5,139,269 970,809 70 84,899 102,010 225,971 404,720 2,225,724 59,795 6,689 952,736 10,172,692

Adopted Budget 2011-12 5,559,126 808,976 18,500 83,474 510,019 160,000 0 2,866,154 40,000 0 1,337,088 11,383,337

Revised Budget 2011-12 5,559,126 808,976 18,500 85,363 519,192 176,095 0 2,866,154 40,000 0 1,337,088 11,410,494

Proposed Budget 2012-13 6,656,810 377,690 23,000 89,459 72,485 167,000 475,249 2,955,696 65,000 0 1,631,148 12,513,537

CoSer 230: Intensive Services Program The Intensive Services Program was created to meet the unique needs of students with a range of disabilities. Programs offered within this CoSer include: Experiential Learning, Gifted Special Education, Communication Development, and Hearing Impaired Classes. Each shares a common tuition rate and offers specified support services in primarily local school building settings. The staff-to-student ratio is 12:1:1. High School students may be eligible for half day enrollment in the Center for Career Services at an additional charge.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 2,708,265 379,381 10,151 26,303 105,171 23,792 325,769 1,032,097 18,512 882,920 (87,554) 5,424,807

Adopted Budget 2011-12 2,605,125 306,459 21,800 52,900 80,496 65,800 327,769 1,239,333 22,474 768,885 0 5,491,041

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Revised Budget 2011-12 2,605,125 306,459 21,800 53,616 80,496 70,195 327,769 1,239,333 22,474 768,885 0 5,496,152

Proposed Budget 2012-13 2,204,081 257,264 13,000 44,460 68,907 58,800 197,779 1,012,833 0 655,994 0 4,513,118


Center for Special Services CoSer 231: Therapeutic Support This program serves students who exhibit severe emotional problems and require therapeutic intervention. Services include five components: (A) a program serving developmentally delayed/emotionally challenged students K-12, (B) a program serving regular diploma-bound emotionally challenged students K-8, (C) a program for fragile emotionally challenged students K-8, (D) a program serving regular diploma-bound severely learning disabled students K-8, and ( E) a program serving students in the Communication Development program at a middle school level. Students in the CD program have mild to moderate language processing deficits.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 5,714,627 919,626 2,140 95,505 128,241 39,525 414,349 2,212,953 529,397 1,276,273 11,332,636

Adopted Budget 2011-12 5,218,287 830,689 31,943 100,871 107,501 242,960 318,461 2,379,008 506,825 1,757,166 11,493,711

Revised Budget 2011-12 5,218,287 830,689 31,943 103,770 107,927 251,007 318,461 2,379,008 506,825 1,757,166 11,505,083

Proposed Budget 2012-13 4,387,371 461,737 32,767 99,271 204,511 242,960 293,672 2,189,710 427,483 1,274,376 9,613,858

CoSer 235: Therapeutic Support High School This program serves High School students who exhibit emotional problems and require therapeutic intervention. Services include three components: (A) a program serving regular diploma-bound emotionally challenged students, (B) a program for fragile emotionally challenged students, and (C) a program serving regular diploma-bound severely learning disabled students. This program also serves students in a Communication Development program at the high school level. Students in the CD program have mild to moderate language processing deficits.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Transfer to Other Funds Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 4,931,588 614,940 17,461 49,780 235,316 37,104 115,638 1,798,912 73,919 4,188 1,762,729 (515,137) 9,126,438

Adopted Budget 2011-12 5,103,953 532,546 12,360 86,350 57,494 80,000 427,011 2,418,058 0 0 2,367,883 0 11,085,655

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Revised Budget 2011-12 5,103,953 532,546 12,360 88,827 52,243 88,048 427,011 2,418,058 0 5,332 2,367,883 0 11,096,261

Proposed Budget 2012-13 4,345,485 477,206 7,746 54,471 136,799 130,000 339,208 1,721,700 0 0 1,611,951 0 8,824,566


Center for Special Services CoSer 340: Sign Language Interpreter This CoSer provides sign language interpreter services to students who have hearing impairments. Costs to districts are based on the amount of services utilized.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 24,467 498,787 689 7,157 248,353 779,453

Adopted Budget 2011-12 24,722 547,395 15,930 55,150 310,280 953,477

Revised Budget 2011-12 24,722 547,395 16,421 55,150 310,280 953,968

Proposed Budget 2012-13 23,882 348,864 12,930 49,850 203,296 638,822

CoSer 370: Assessment and Intervention This CoSer provides a wide variety of assessments and evaluations to students with disabilities in local district programs and/or BOCES programs. Three activities are operated under this CoSer: (A) Diagnostic/Prescriptive Outreach; (B) Bilingual Assessment; and (C) Technology Assessment/Training. Costs to districts are based on the type and amount of service requested. Comprehensive educational evaluations are available upon request.

Certified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 15,009 0 7,814 0 153,036 (8,872) 166,987

Adopted Budget 2011-12 155,282 4,000 8,000 500 160,000 9,112 336,894

Revised Budget 2011-12 155,282 4,000 8,000 500 198,264 9,112 375,158

Proposed Budget 2012-13 4,214 4,000 8,000 500 160,000 1,339 178,053

CoSer 401: Intensive Day Treatment (IDT) The IDT program provides educational and re-integration services, on a per diem basis, to students in crisis. The Southern Westchester IDT program is operated in collaboration with Rockland Children's Psychiatric Center and the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health. Students may be considered for extended placement up to 90 days.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 478,417 46,570 0 346 0 166,931 49,642 741,906

Adopted Budget 2011-12 775,999 50,034 1,100 4,168 1,069 179,633 68,294 1,080,297

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Revised Budget 2011-12 775,999 50,034 1,100 4,311 1,069 179,633 68,294 1,080,440

Proposed Budget 2012-13 379,142 50,558 1,100 4,168 1,068 161,372 80,841 678,249


Center for Special Services CoSer 530: Comprehensive Support Services Direct individual, and/or group, related services as well as consultative related services are provided by itinerant specialists in a variety of areas. These services are IEP driven and are available to students placed in self-contained BOCES programs, or in programs within their own home school districts. On-site support is available at district request for specialized intervention.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 4,691,718 5,537,830 0 12,444 38,723 176,657 4,253,549 1,347,320 (700) 16,057,541

Adopted Budget 2011-12 3,841,034 2,304,399 1,000 4,500 23,000 735,000 2,181,328 1,229,294 (700) 10,318,855

Revised Budget 2011-12 3,841,034 2,304,399 1,000 5,781 23,922 736,625 2,181,328 1,229,294 (700) 10,322,683

Proposed Budget 2012-13 2,785,885 2,138,796 1,000 4,500 23,000 735,000 2,088,067 1,455,132 (700) 9,230,680

CoSer 704: Special Services Central Services This budget provides for centralized administrative and clerical support expenses which apply to all programs within the center. Funding for this service is accomplished through an inter-budget charge levied to each CoSer within the center. Major inter-budget expenses for data processing, new technology, and instructional support services, as well as operation and maintenance for the divisional facilities are included in this budget. These inter-budget expenses also cover center-wide staff development costs.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 343,410 1,254,543 33,886 49,042 323,233 176,778 46,803 744,601 991,165 742,853 (4,706,314) 0

Adopted Budget 2011-12 771,611 1,497,845 94,118 269,367 434,244 202,227 0 1,135,093 912,056 693,319 (6,009,880) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-12 771,611 1,497,845 94,780 269,765 434,323 204,196 0 1,130,873 913,168 693,319 (6,009,880) 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 796,351 1,455,559 94,118 238,367 627,233 202,227 0 1,111,319 933,179 677,455 (6,135,808) 0


Center for Professional Development & Curriculum Support Jacqueline O’Donnell, Director The SWBOCES Professional Development & Curriculum team offers a wide range of services including professional learning designed to meet state and local requirements, support Regents Reform Agenda Items through Race To The Top NYSED Turn-key training and support schools in meeting district goals. Programs are available in all instructional content areas, curriculum support, Reading Recovery, Math and ELA coaches, implementation of Common Core Learning Standards, Data Driven Instruction, assessment of student learning and principal and teacher evaluation. We also support district strategic planning, the integration of technology in teaching and learning, media resources, library automation, planning and program development, grant services, support for homeless students and school health and safety.

CoSer 431: Gifted and Talented This service provides Today's Students, Tomorrow's Teachers to several regional school districts, as well as occasional other direct services to students. Last year the service operated through the Center for Special Services.

Professional Services Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 96,460 8,287 104,747

Adopted Budget 2011-12 150,000 10,950 160,950

Revised Budget 2011-12 150,000 10,950 160,950

Proposed Budget 2012-13 150,000 12,000 162,000

CoSer 511: Media Resource Service This service provides video streaming, videos, DVDs, and distance education to support curriculum, instruction and staff development. The budget also provides equipment, on-site long term video and DVD loans, delivery, online catalog and booking system. Media resources are provided to 131 buildings in 26 school districts in Westchester and Putnam Counties, including four private schools, and the BEPT Teacher Center.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 45,055 7,918 0 63 132 164,818 25,140 80,870 (16,215) 307,781

Adopted Budget 2011-12 58,569 0 1,500 0 3,250 150,000 39,110 85,950 (16,540) 321,839

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Revised Budget 2011-12 58,569 0 1,500 0 3,250 150,000 39,110 85,950 (16,540) 321,839

Proposed Budget 2012-13 58,031 20,739 1,500 0 3,250 200,000 56,793 70,840 (16,871) 394,282


Center for Professional Development & Curriculum Support CoSer 512: Library Automation This service provides information and support for automating and integrating a school library's collection into the school and/or district wide area network for use by students, faculty and administrators. Community access service is also available. It includes consultation, retrospective conversion of library holding into machine-readable format (MARC records), software, equipment, supplies (barcodes, labels) bar-coding and training. This service is purchased by 36 districts and operates in 172 schools, including 4 private schools, in Westchester, Putnam, and Rockland Counties.

Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 31,201 2,903 5,148 0 188,433 25,366 62,133 329,750

Adopted Budget 2011-12 32,038 5,000 5,750 2,500 255,000 30,387 81,414 439,795

Revised Budget 2011-12 32,038 5,000 6,097 2,500 255,000 30,387 81,414 440,142

Proposed Budget 2012-13 32,681 5,000 5,750 2,500 205,000 27,459 70,840 364,706

CoSer 513: Online Information Resources Subscribers are provided with access to a variety of comprehensive full text and/or indexed reference databases that complement the K-12 curriculum. Over 85 online resources are available. Professional development workshops that incorporate these resources into teaching an learning are included in this service. This service is utilized in 80 buildings within 29 districts, including 5 private schools in Westchester and Rockland Counties.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 14,566 31,201 3,310 465,054 2,839 19,058 38,486 (78,207) 496,307

Adopted Budget 2011-12 27,706 32,038 1,500 502,500 1,000 30,387 50,429 0 645,560

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Revised Budget 2011-12 27,706 32,038 1,523 502,500 1,000 30,387 50,429 0 645,583

Proposed Budget 2012-13 15,476 32,681 1,500 502,750 3,000 27,459 70,840 0 653,706


Center for Professional Development & Curriculum Support CoSer 514: Grant Writing Services This CoSer offers a continuum of grant writing assistance from the district that needs expert review of a proposal written by the district to the district that would like a comprehensive planning and grant development service.

Certified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 62,659 3,375 577 0 25,200 19,557 0 (42,208) 69,160

Adopted Budget 2011-12 90,000 500 600 3,000 0 44,225 7,500 0 145,825

Revised Budget 2011-12 90,000 500 1,940 3,000 0 44,225 7,500 0 147,165

Proposed Budget 2012-13 98,020 500 2,000 4,679 30,000 34,351 7,500 (147,050) 30,000

CoSer 523: Meeting Diverse Student Needs in the Least Restrictive Environment This CoSer provides an array of services designed to enhance and support the education of students with disabilities in a wide range of learning environments. The program also provides staff development to local districts as they work to modify and adapt curriculum to maximize the success of special education students in the regular education environment. This CoSer also provides for project REACH to promote disability awareness, and mandated training on child abuse. Programs are intended for special education staff and are not aidable.

Certified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 44,303 0 3,175 46,759 12,632 37,153 (119,871) 27,192

Adopted Budget 2011-12 42,708 500 7,850 110,000 13,676 48,000 (120,000) 102,734

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Revised Budget 2011-12 42,708 500 7,850 110,000 13,676 48,000 (120,000) 102,734

Proposed Budget 2012-13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Center for Professional Development & Curriculum Support CoSer 555: Institute for Excellence in Education This comprehensive program helps districts to meet local improvement needs and initiatives related to the NYS State Learning Standards and assessments. Staff development and curriculum offerings include workshops on the State Standards, assessments, data analysis, Dimensions of Learning, Understanding By Design, Balance Literacy, Reading Recovery, Impact II and other topics as requested. This CoSer also includes the Professional Development Advisory Council and the Leadership Institute, providing on-going support for Assistant Superintendents, Principals, Assistant Principals, instructional administrators and emerging leaders.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Interbudget Credits from Other Fund Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 319,803 37,752 5,271 20,877 85,899 856,936 358,268 111,320 380,681 (112,441) (9,485) 2,054,881

Adopted Budget 2011-12 324,518 0 2,000 13,250 20,150 835,250 250,000 119,929 475,682 0 0 2,040,779

Revised Budget 2011-12 324,518 0 2,477 13,250 21,670 848,550 250,000 119,929 475,682 0 0 2,056,076

Proposed Budget 2012-13 323,714 0 0 0 30,000 1,285,000 125,000 138,591 593,918 0 0 2,496,223

CoSer 556: Homeless Student Program The Homeless Student Program offers coordination of services on behalf of Westchester County's homeless children through education case management, coordination of the Homeless Student Collaborative, maintenance of a homeless student database, and a voluntary Regional Placement Plan. Districts purchasing services through their own McKinney Vento grants include White Plains, New Rochelle, Ossining, Port Chester and Mamaroneck.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 23,275 28,187 1,697 647 52 3,500 12,136 5,500 74,994

Adopted Budget 2011-12 45,000 55,704 0 500 2,350 3,000 31,970 5,750 144,274

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Revised Budget 2011-12 45,000 55,704 0 500 2,350 3,000 31,970 5,750 144,274

Proposed Budget 2012-13 8,000 45,861 0 0 0 0 20,217 0 74,078


Center for Professional Development & Curriculum Support CoSer 644: Health, Safety and Violence Prevention This service assists local districts in developing safety/health and risk management programs and provides staff training addressing local, state and federal mandates and issues related to safe and healthy school environments. Level 2 services on a fee basis provide comprehensive SAVE compliance, crisis team training and updates of the district emergency plans. On-site consulting and speakers are available for training addressing gangs, school security, threat assessment and other school safety issues. Voluntary environmental and regulatory compliance audits and school inspections are available on request. A school safety specialist will provide part-time support for local districts to address compliance plans, extended school safety training and inspections, and required documentation for maintaining a comprehensive safe schools program. Health services include professional development for school nurses and CPR/AED training for district staff. A School Health Services Quality Assessment review is available for a comprehensive examination of the overall school health programs. Wellness Policies and implementation planning addresses healthy schools issues, food services and physical activities, childhood obesity, HIV education, tobacco prevention, drug awareness, and prevention.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 74,625 31,536 3,421 1,120 8,233 68,708 25,699 64,889 (69,394) 208,837

Adopted Budget 2011-12 92,563 1,000 0 5,100 8,500 5,000 33,290 130,000 (61,829) 213,624

Revised Budget 2011-12 92,563 1,000 0 5,100 8,500 5,000 33,290 130,000 (61,829) 213,624

Proposed Budget 2012-13 94,414 0 1,500 5,100 8,500 35,000 33,979 121,089 (63,374) 236,208

CoSer 710: Professional Development Central Services This budget provides for administration and support expenses which apply to all programs within the Center. Funding for this service is accomplished through an inter-budget charge levied to each CoSer in the Center.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 87,855 159,715 11,277 4,582 53,933 108,567 173,490 55,326 (654,745) 0

Adopted Budget 2011-12 158,452 212,851 3,000 13,250 63,997 183,021 210,033 51,071 (895,675) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-12 158,452 212,851 3,681 13,465 64,197 181,925 210,033 51,071 (895,675) 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 164,603 223,017 5,000 13,500 63,214 206,999 214,000 56,694 (947,027) 0


Lower Hudson Regional Information Center The Lower Hudson Regional Information Center is a non-profit consortium and a division of Southern Westchester BOCES that provides educational and administrative technology services to 62 school districts in Westchester, Putnam, and Rockland counties. With a projected 2012-2013 operating budget of $41.9 million, the LHRIC offers a comprehensive menu of cost-effective, high-quality services including distance education, a software and content planning service,data warehousing, NY state reporting and data collection, internet access and filtering, LAN and WAN services, technology project management, systems integration, and instructional, financial, and student information services, support and software. The LHRIC also provides district personnel with cutting edge professional development through such programs as Model Schools and the Technology Leadership Institute.

CoSer 444: Distance Education LHRIC provides a cost-effective, user-friendly videoconferencing service. This coordinated regional distance education service provides professional development, technical systems support and a comprehensive centralized videoconferencing system to participating school districts.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 9,431 59,369 23,032 110,952 113,587 2,673 11,521 30,266 29,221 0 390,052

Adopted Budget 2011-12 7,267 104,139 25,000 1,000 131,700 5,500 11,000 58,665 63,454 (3,500) 404,225

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Revised Budget 2011-12 7,267 104,139 25,000 10,500 131,700 11,953 11,200 58,665 63,454 (3,500) 420,378

Proposed Budget 2012-13 9,159 101,527 0 0 184,450 3,000 12,000 60,335 67,233 (4,500) 433,204


Lower Hudson Regional Information Center CoSer 510: Instructional Support Services This service includes Local Networks, Integrated Learning Systems, Automated Integrated Library Systems, Remote Learning, Guidance Information System, Discover, Internet, Planning, Evaluation and Consulting Services. The budget offers alternatives for computer managed instruction and instructional local area networks.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Interbudget Credits from Other Fund Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 37,724 5,730,387 5,220,117 938,022 12,175,347 359,264 2,255,598 1,188,529 (221,311) (38,140) 27,645,537

Adopted Budget 2011-12 41,181 5,964,649 50,000 388,250 9,315,243 386,000 2,838,735 1,325,590 (156,126) (28,500) 20,125,022

Revised Budget 2011-12 41,181 5,964,649 1,072,750 480,005 9,568,530 478,619 2,838,735 1,325,590 (156,126) (28,500) 21,585,433

Proposed Budget 2012-13 34,804 5,728,789 45,000 388,000 10,612,023 471,000 2,981,732 1,332,482 (177,735) (26,982) 21,389,113

CoSer 525: Cooperative Printing This service provides Southern Westchester districts with the copying service for large quantity materials. Camera-ready black and white reproduction, color copying, binding, folding, envelope insertion, tabbing, laminating and other special print services are available.

Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 71,745 0 41,060 169,584 44,028 47,293 (15,692) 358,018

Adopted Budget 2011-12 93,932 5,000 45,000 151,111 59,011 35,980 0 390,034

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Revised Budget 2011-12 93,932 5,000 45,638 151,111 59,011 35,980 0 390,672

Proposed Budget 2012-13 55,810 5,000 30,000 137,659 29,506 33,083 0 291,058


Lower Hudson Regional Information Center CoSer 554: Model Schools The Model Schools Technology Planning, Implementation and Assessment program provided by the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center will support educators and administrators in planning the restructuring of learning with technology, in applying technology in the classroom and in implementing the new assessment models. Its components are designed to support schools in bringing about systemic change for the improvement of teaching and learning with technology as its catalyst. This service includes planning, consultative services, training and evaluation, for the purpose of promoting the integration of technology in the teaching/learning process. It is built upon the premise that school district technology investments will result in improved student achievement. Each of the components is designed to be in compliance with all State regulations and supports NYS Learning Standards.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Interbudget Credits from Other Fund Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 11,789 660,854 51,238 3,687 105,111 138,506 2,681 251,467 134,781 (21,778) 0 1,338,336

Adopted Budget 2011-12 12,112 771,263 8,000 7,000 171,250 110,000 0 376,651 160,328 (14,078) 0 1,602,526

Revised Budget 2011-12 12,112 771,263 8,000 7,435 181,579 128,214 0 376,651 160,328 (14,078) (9,850) 1,621,654

Proposed Budget 2012-13 10,991 717,133 8,000 2,500 107,700 44,250 3,000 365,309 175,268 (14,078) 0 1,420,073

CoSer 611: Management Support Services Services provided include Student Management (attendance, grade reporting, scheduling, etc.), Financial Management (payroll, accounting, etc.), Information Resource Management including Micro Support for Administrators, Technical Services and Networking.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Interbudget Credits from Other Fund Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 107,172 6,262,362 729,873 286,357 6,741,378 415,242 131,938 2,482,776 1,524,390 (609,183) (81,690) 17,990,615

Adopted Budget 2011-12 164,069 6,920,636 38,500 232,125 6,586,543 214,620 161,000 3,328,584 1,518,252 (695,963) (87,064) 18,381,302

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Revised Budget 2011-12 164,069 6,920,636 272,051 251,460 6,819,424 417,318 161,000 3,328,584 1,518,252 (695,963) (87,064) 19,069,767

Proposed Budget 2012-13 170,340 6,294,555 36,773 200,695 7,313,047 220,520 135,000 3,262,517 1,533,786 (780,262) (89,644) 18,297,327


Lower Hudson Regional Information Center CoSer 612: Telephone Interconnect Services This service provides participating school districts with a cost effective network for voice and data communication. This is accomplished by establishing interconnections among schools and between school districts and the Regional Information Center.

Classified Salaries Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 30,349 1,274,082 0 10,516 8,257 1,323,204

Adopted Budget 2011-12 40,994 1,350,000 40,000 16,585 7,531 1,455,110

Revised Budget 2011-12 40,994 1,350,000 40,000 16,585 7,531 1,455,110

Proposed Budget 2012-13 22,704 1,350,000 0 10,323 5,928 1,388,955

CoSer 705: Lower Hudson Regional Information Center Central Services This budget provides for administration and support expenses which apply to all programs within the division. Funding for this service is accomplished through an inter-budget charge levied to each CoSer in the division.

Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 1,065,087 7,604 10,983 342,736 6,279 13,092 397,292 679,261 232,894 (2,755,228) 0

Adopted Budget 2011-12 988,452 3,500 13,650 454,499 25,000 25,000 482,898 746,509 186,058 (2,925,566) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-12 988,452 4,059 13,718 495,491 25,000 25,000 441,279 746,509 186,058 (2,925,566) 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 998,046 3,000 11,650 462,335 20,000 25,000 441,272 752,495 235,725 (2,949,523) 0


Center for Adult and Community Services Claudia Murphy, Director The Center for Adult and Community Services provides educational programs, workforce preparation, and access to community services for adults 18 years of age and older and high-risk youth. The Center serves approximately 8,500 students annually, uses a variety of national, state, and local funding sources and collaborates with an ever-increasing network of community agencies. The Center offers Continuing Education classes including: classes in Licensed Practical Nursing, Phlebotomy & EKG, Construction Trades, Electricity, and an extensive array of other programs; Adult Literacy classes including: Citizenship Prep, GED速 Prep, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); and Incarcerated Programs for youth and adults. Adult education and training programs are supported by participant fees, tuition, grants and state aid.

CoSer 107: Licensed Practical Nursing Program Day & Evening This 1,088-hour course prepares students for the state certification examination in Licensed Practical Nursing. It includes academic and clinical learning experiences held in the classroom and in hospital settings.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 735,308 56,931 0 43,435 139,384 22,428 148,493 59,100 74,448 1,279,527

Adopted Budget 2011-12 777,997 79,890 4,000 111,000 166,229 20,000 250,505 84,221 82,956 1,576,798

Revised Budget 2011-12 777,997 79,890 4,000 114,356 166,229 20,000 250,505 84,221 82,956 1,580,154

Proposed Budget 2012-13 825,979 102,544 30,000 53,000 257,080 50,000 219,493 82,730 91,831 1,712,657

CoSer 110: Continuing Education More than 60 courses are offered for adults who wish to improve their skills in areas such as computer applications, health care, building and mechanical trades.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 317,868 59,323 1,742 126,398 65,903 2,667 88,461 43,814 158,404 864,580

Adopted Budget 2011-12 426,168 46,614 25,000 176,200 97,543 5,000 141,477 80,350 148,574 1,146,926

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Revised Budget 2011-12 426,168 46,614 41,710 176,200 97,543 5,000 141,477 80,350 148,574 1,163,636

Proposed Budget 2012-13 521,339 52,365 27,500 175,000 85,426 10,000 135,974 78,928 273,970 1,360,502


Center for Adult and Community Services CoSer 702: Adult and Community Services Central Services This budget provides for administration and support expenses, which apply to all programs within the Center. Funding for this service is accomplished through an inter-budget charge levied to each CoSer in the Center.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 20,132 19,117 4,898 85,406 335 10,972 717 30,223 (171,800) 0

Adopted Budget 2011-12 19,397 20,784 5,250 87,719 350 15,336 617 34,410 (183,863) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-12 19,397 20,784 5,434 87,719 350 15,152 617 34,410 (183,863) 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 24,380 20,027 5,575 98,166 350 18,188 606 43,568 (210,860) 0


Department of Transportation Douglas Carter, Director SWBOCES Transportation specializes in providing busing services for the neediest of special education children. Our years of experience working with special children, their parents and school staff, combined with special training, sensitivity and equipment result in the best transportation service available. Special busing services continue through the summer for students attending extended year programs. SWBOCES Transportation is renowned as well for its school bus maintenance and school vehicle repair services. The BOCES garage has been recognized often by NYS DOT for its exemplary school bus inspection record. Other school district-owned vehicles are maintained to an equally high standard. A third offering from BOCES Transportation is its bus driver and bus monitor training and certification program including NYS DMV Article 19A bus driver file maintenance. SED, DOT and DMV have put many requirements upon bus drivers and monitors. A failure to comply with the many regulations governing school bus operations can result in fines of many thousands of dollars. In conjunction with driver training and certification services, BOCES also offers transportation management service to districts that need trained, experienced, professional oversight of their busing program.

CoSer 610: Driver & Monitor Safety Certification & Training This CoSer provides direct assistance to school districts in training and certifying their bus drivers and monitors. This budget also provides for consultant fees, services at the SWBOCES Transportation location, and off-site training and testing as needed.

Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 0 217 3,601 3,818

Adopted Budget 2011-12 450 1,100 4,000 5,550

Revised Budget 2011-12 450 1,100 4,000 5,550

Proposed Budget 2012-13 200 700 4,080 4,980

CoSer 621: Special Services Transportation This budget meets the unique needs of students with many types of school vehicles necessary for individual transportation requirements. Monitors for individual assistance and safety are provided at an additional cost.

Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 2,132,991 66,357 156,831 72,701 931,205 786,748 4,146,833

Adopted Budget 2011-12 2,312,904 0 129,250 0 1,043,643 827,597 4,313,394

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Revised Budget 2011-12 2,312,904 159,287 129,250 0 1,045,329 827,597 4,474,367

Proposed Budget 2012-13 2,153,213 100,000 130,000 0 1,207,623 879,397 4,470,233


Department of Transportation CoSer 623: Career Services Transportation This budget provides round trip transportation between a student's high school and the SWBOCES Center for Career Services in Valhalla. It also provides for shuttle service between various SWBOCES sites mid-day. The service covers the cost of drivers,monitors as needed (at an additional charge) fuel and staff support.

Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 61,336 22,728 1,950 14,404 53,639 (62,000) 92,057

Adopted Budget 2011-12 65,000 25,000 0 15,627 53,899 (62,000) 97,526

Revised Budget 2011-12 65,000 25,000 0 15,627 53,899 (62,000) 97,526

Proposed Budget 2012-13 65,090 24,000 0 20,626 60,417 (63,550) 106,583

CoSer 630: Transportation Program Management Transportation and coordination management services are offered to participating districts. Services include bid specification preparation, bidding, routing and daily contract transportation management and oversight. SWBOCES administers the daily operations of district bus routes and provides drivers and fleet maintenance services for vehicles. Central service support is provided through dispatch and the BOCES vehicle maintenance garage as part of the program.

Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 287,185 0 16,052 16,479 103,342 48,773 471,831

Adopted Budget 2011-12 335,259 450 17,310 20,500 144,672 51,175 569,366

Revised Budget 2011-12 335,259 450 17,310 20,781 144,672 51,175 569,647

Proposed Budget 2012-13 215,706 0 31,000 0 120,307 29,930 396,943

CoSer 633: Field Trip Transportation SWBOCES school vehicles are available for field trips to and from school-related events. This budget provides for drivers, vehicles and fuel, central office scheduling of trips.

Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 40,145 13,381 1,261 9,506 96,336 (126,950) 33,679

Adopted Budget 2011-12 22,500 19,000 0 5,410 97,068 (126,950) 17,028

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Revised Budget 2011-12 22,500 19,000 0 5,410 97,068 (126,950) 17,028

Proposed Budget 2012-13 30,000 14,000 0 13,501 95,100 (135,232) 17,369


Department of Transportation CoSer 634: Regional Vehicle Maintenance Districts are provided with preventive maintenance, vehicle repair service and preparation for NYS Department of Transportation inspections. This budget also supports supervision, mechanics, equipment and repair supplies.

Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 318,778 752 196,424 76,194 168,350 860 (460,999) 300,359

Adopted Budget 2011-12 333,393 1,000 196,800 51,500 176,585 895 (470,210) 289,963

Revised Budget 2011-12 333,393 1,000 198,047 52,379 176,585 895 (470,210) 292,089

Proposed Budget 2012-13 333,501 100 204,600 58,700 201,719 13,422 (479,908) 332,134

CoSer 703: Transportation Central Services This budget provides for administration and support expenses that apply to all programs within the department. Funding for this service is accomplished through an inter-budget charge levied to each transportation CoSer.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 113,577 144,462 722 1,869 19,196 153,905 101,053 57,671 (592,455) 0

Adopted Budget 2011-12 116,983 143,962 0 3,550 26,626 139,564 127,978 68,058 (626,721) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-12 116,983 143,962 0 3,550 26,721 139,469 127,978 68,058 (626,721) 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 119,748 149,858 1,500 2,000 22,072 159,018 131,078 80,992 (666,266) 0


Center for Interscholastic Athletics Jennifer Simmons, Director The Center for Interscholastic Athletics/Section One is the central organization for athletics for 85 high schools in the four county regions of Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester. Services provided include: athletic scheduling, assignment of officials, management of the officials payment Plan and the administration of the contract between the districts and the officials organizations. The Center also serves as the Office of Section One of the NYSPHSAA. Our “Athletics on Line” computer program is the operational standard for the Center and our clients. The Program enables our schools and officials to access pertinent information such as schedules, assigned officials, financial data, evaluation of the officials, school directories and directions, state regulations such as the Commissioner’s Regulations 135.4, as well as e-mail capabilities between each school and the Center. The proposed $5.5 million 2012-2013 budget includes funding for sports officials fees, Section One dues, and the operation of the Interscholastic Athletics Office in Elmsford.

CoSer 551: Interscholastic Athletics This department serves as the center for the management of athletic services for the public school districts and some non-public schools in the region. The budget includes funding sports officials' fees, Section One dues, and the operation of the Interscholastic Athletics Office in Elmsford.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Payments to Districts Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 147,690 454,814 773 4,869 23,193 4,140,494 0 260,714 62,385 60,650 5,155,582

Adopted Budget 2011-12 152,025 471,430 2,000 6,300 44,947 4,404,652 500 308,892 76,611 62,304 5,529,661

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Revised Budget 2011-12 152,025 471,430 2,000 6,480 47,664 4,421,252 500 308,892 76,611 62,304 5,549,158

Proposed Budget 2012-13 159,980 475,214 1,500 5,500 31,650 4,364,652 0 348,241 78,022 69,558 5,534,317


Department of Human Resources Sheila McGuinness, DBA, Director Human Resources The Human Resources Department administers all personnel policies and procedures for 1,200 SWBOCES employees. These include: recruiting, interviewing, and hiring new staff; orienting new employees; administering health benefits; maintaining personnel records; and coordinating special events and staff development. Human resources also provides services to school districts, including certification, a career fair, interim placement services for administrators, fingerprinting, and AESOP, a substitute management service.

CoSer 522: Administrator Staff Development SWBOCES offers assistance in ongoing human resources areas related to the needs of administrators and school districts. Workshops and on-site consultation services are available to assist administrators with a wide spectrum of human resource functions.

Contractual Services Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 660 660

Adopted Budget 2011-12 0 0

Revised Budget 2011-12 0 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 0 0

CoSer 606: Regional Certification This service functions as an extension of the NYSED’s Office of Teaching. The Regional Certification Office provides advisement and counseling to subscribing school districts and their community residents on matters of NYS Teacher Certification, including collaboration with the education department on behalf of subscribing school districts; evaluation of transcripts for certification in most areas, including coaching; review and processing of applicant's required credentials; and determination of individual certification status.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 13,419 103,265 0 1,965 329 61,514 228 180,720

Adopted Budget 2011-12 13,755 111,536 1,000 1,500 9,106 77,602 228 214,727

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Revised Budget 2011-12 13,755 111,536 1,000 1,500 9,106 77,602 228 214,727

Proposed Budget 2012-13 15,000 108,221 750 2,000 8,933 83,869 0 218,773


Department of Human Resources CoSer 615: Interim Placement Service SWBOCES will assist school districts in finding interim personnel to replace key staff members such as Superintendents, Business Officials, and School Principals.

Contractual Services Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 3,622 3,622

Adopted Budget 2011-12 0 0

Revised Budget 2011-12 0 0

Proposed Budget 2012-13 0 0

CoSer 624: Substitute Management Services AESOP, the automated substitute and absence management service, relieves participating school district employees, fixed with the responsibility of substitute-calling, from the tedious process of filling vacant classroom positions, further freeing their time for better use elsewhere. An added benefit of the AESOP system is that there is no hardware or software purchase requirement.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 6,709 3,858 53,468 3,432 (10,006) 57,461

Adopted Budget 2011-12 6,878 4,229 56,456 4,699 (10,670) 61,592

Revised Budget 2011-12 6,878 4,229 56,456 4,699 (10,670) 61,592

Proposed Budget 2012-13 7,500 4,282 66,000 5,072 (10,670) 72,184

CoSer 648: Fingerprinting The LIVESCAN electronic fingerprinting technology elimates the need for card-based fingerprinting of applicants for employment and consultants for SWBOCES and subscribing districts. This system fulfills the NYSED requirement for fingerprinting and criminal background check of all employees working with students.

Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 5,358 260 2,720 1,987 10,325

Adopted Budget 2011-12 5,826 500 4,127 2,548 13,001

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Revised Budget 2011-12 5,826 500 4,127 2,548 13,001

Proposed Budget 2012-13 8,574 500 3,200 4,078 16,352


Department of Public Information/Cross Contracts CoSer 646: Public Information Service This service supports the SWBOCES' mission and objectives with the assistance of experienced communications professionals. The BOCES organization is provided with publications, press releases and other related media.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Expenditure 2010-11 11,789 307,917 1,010 3,280 13,798 70,878 133,784 6,718 (398,035) 151,139

Adopted Budget 2011-12 12,112 330,168 3,800 3,300 30,850 80,000 188,539 3,740 (465,526) 186,983

Revised Budget 2011-12 12,112 330,168 3,800 3,444 30,850 80,000 188,539 3,740 (465,526) 187,127

Proposed Budget 2012-13 12,024 332,954 1,400 3,100 22,100 80,000 182,843 4,740 (465,526) 173,635

Cross Contracts Cross contracts must be completed when another BOCES provides services or programs for a SWBOCES district. Services offered through the following BOCES are expected to continue in the budget year: Putnam/Northern Westchester, Rockland, Questar III, Nassau and Erie BOCES.

Payments to BOCES Inter-Budget Credits Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 12,270,200 0 12,270,200

Original Budget 2011-2012 5,183,368 0 5,183,368

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Revised Budget 2011-2012 5,183,368 0 5,183,368

Projected Budget 2012-2013 5,339,001 0 5,339,001


SWBOCES Internal Services CoSer 708: Employee Assistance Program The Employee Assistance Program is provided fpr the Centers and Departments of SWBOCES. This budget is supported through inter-budget charges and credits.

Payments to Districts Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 22,682 (22,682) 0

Original Budget 2011-2012 29,500 (29,500) 0

Revised Budget 2011-2012 29,500 (29,500) 0

Projected Budget 2012-2013 29,000 (29,000) 0

CoSer 709: Grant Coordination & Program Planning Grant coordination and program planning is provided to the Centers and Departments of SWBOCES. The budget is supported through inter-budget charges and credits.

Contractual Services Professional Services Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 12,711 10,890 15,991 (39,592) 0

Original Budget 2011-2012 0 29,122 14,078 (43,200) 0

Revised Budget 2011-2012 0 29,122 14,078 (43,200) 0

Projected Budget 2012-2013 12,500 17,502 14,078 (44,080) 0

CoSer 712: Benefits Office Benefits coordination is provided to the Centers and Departments of SWBOCES. The budget is supported through inter-budget charges and credits.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Credits Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 16,625 99,772 0 1,731 1,043 45,000 61,752 (225,923) 0

Original Budget 2011-2012 17,179 103,445 1,750 1,250 1,151 49,500 77,895 (252,170) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-2012 17,179 103,445 1,750 1,250 1,151 49,500 77,895 (252,170) 0

Projected Budget 2012-2013 15,000 104,733 1,750 1,850 1,350 48,000 84,599 (257,282) 0


Operations and Maintenance Thomas DiBuono, Director The Operations & Maintenance budget provides the resources needed to provide a clean, safe well-maintained, and healthy environment to all SWBOCES owned and leased facilities. Services provided by this budget include cleaning, maintenance, alterations, repairs, fuel, electricity, telephone services, messenger services and general management services to assure that facilities meet all federal, state and local regulations. Funds are provided by interbudget transfers from BOCES Centers using those facilities.

Operations & Maintance The Operations & Maintenance budget provides the resources needed to ensure a clean, safe, well-maintained and healthy environment at all SWBOCES owned and leased facilities. Funds are provided by interbudget transfers from BOCES Centers using those facilities.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - O&M Interbudget Charges - Other Interbudget Credits Interbudget Credits from Other Fund Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 8,977 858,377 95,644 80,354 3,521,807 141,896 391,146 757,958 40,370 (5,702,196) (194,333) 0

Original Budget 2011-2012 9,323 1,037,254 103,700 130,800 3,207,295 61,500 496,016 975,194 40,215 (5,937,550) (123,747) 0

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Revised Budget 2011-2012 9,323 1,037,254 144,186 137,258 5,475,649 177,114 496,018 975,194 40,215 (8,356,286) (135,925) 0

Projected Budget 2012-2013 9,338 1,057,245 103,700 148,450 3,091,159 61,436 580,623 1,033,658 45,215 (6,005,246) (125,578) 0


Special Aid Fund In accordance with the guidelines of the NYS comptroller’s office, the following programs are accounted for in the Special Aid Fund portion of the SWBOCES budget

CoSer 837: Adult Education Literacy The Adult Learning Center offers classes for adults in English language (ESOL) and basic literacy skills (ABE/PreGED). Students can opt to enroll in classes preparing them to earn a high school equivalency diploma (GED) in English or Spanish and citizenship-test taking skills. Students must be 18 years of age. Programs are offered in collaboration with Westchester Community College at community sites throughout Westchester.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 1,415,449 283,579 47,503 83,889 389,243 305,081 221,185 2,745,929

Original Budget 2011-2012 1,393,741 357,538 25,500 78,000 386,327 445,502 224,664 2,911,272

Revised Budget 2011-2012 1,273,741 357,538 25,500 78,000 349,327 425,102 224,664 2,733,872

Projected Budget 2012-2013 1,309,485 323,767 35,500 89,500 364,726 379,803 231,059 2,733,840

CoSer 841: Incarcerated Youth Program The Incarcerated Youth Program, at the Westchester County Department of Correction, provides state regulated educational services for school-age youth ages 16-21. Classes include standards-based high school courses, GED, English language acquisition, academic intervention services, and career development.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 1,636,958 240,452 95,999 189,364 110,014 617,434 32,849 2,923,070

Original Budget 2011-2012 1,683,728 115,103 75,000 244,300 95,971 774,201 14,697 3,003,000

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Revised Budget 2011-2012 1,683,728 115,103 75,000 244,300 95,971 774,201 14,697 3,003,000

Projected Budget 2012-2013 1,650,177 164,043 74,000 209,023 112,786 781,826 11,145 3,003,000


Special Aid Fund CoSer 842: Summer Component of 12-Month Program (Special Education) This 6-week extended school year program provides support services to special education students who have disabilities severe enough to require a 12-month structured learning environment in order to ensure maintenance of skills. Participation depends on parental consent and eligibility is determined and approved by the Committees on Special Education. The NYSED utilizes a 2 year trending methodology to establish tuition rates. Once established, these rates are adjusted upon audit of expenditures.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Professional Services Fringe Benefits Interbudget Charges - Other Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 1,021,242 731,425 11,341 84,475 100,192 316,906 56,032 2,321,613

Original Budget 2011-2012 902,680 711,572 11,548 48,758 33,505 237,260 0 1,945,323

Revised Budget 2011-2012 797,885 542,711 13,080 48,758 113,966 268,119 0 1,784,519

Projected Budget 2012-2013 813,843 557,326 13,080 48,758 113,971 274,234 106,871 1,928,083

CoSer 845: Summer Transportation for Students with Disabilities This service provides transportation to the summer component of the 12-month programs for students with disabilities. This budget provides for drivers, monitors staff support and fuel. Program transportation beyond 30 days can be provided at an extra charge.

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 21,768 404,633 0 67,127 8,681 90,695 592,904

Original Budget 2011-2012 24,167 387,696 52,000 71,550 7,000 133,441 675,854

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Revised Budget 2011-2012 24,167 387,696 122,000 71,550 7,000 133,441 745,854

Projected Budget 2012-2013 22,000 409,962 40,000 69,875 4,100 170,740 716,677


Special Aid Fund CoSer 849: Employment Preparation Education This SED funding service supports Adult Learning Center programs. Adults must be 21 years of age without a high school equivalency diploma who wish to improve their English language and basic literacy skills. Students can enroll in classes preparing them to earn a high school equivalency diploma (GED), classes in basic computer literacy as well as classes preparing them for the citizenship test. Classes are offered at sites throughout Westchester. This funding is used to support adult literacy classes at Westchester County Correctional Facility (WCCF).

Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Total

Actual Budget 2010-2011 389,634 1,973 0 3,342 20,525 82,038 497,512

Original Budget 2011-2012 316,689 46,855 4,500 7,200 32,313 91,787 499,344

Revised Budget 2011-2012 912,717 46,855 4,500 7,200 42,960 205,586 1,219,818

Projected Budget 2012-2013 730,540 98,615 24,500 53,000 89,167 224,176 1,219,998

Summary of Grants 2012-2013 These figures represent projections of currently operating grants for the 2011-2012 school year, for which funding is anticipated in the 2012-2013 school year. Projected 2012-2013 CENTER FOR CAREER SERVICES VOCATION AND APPLIED TECHNOLOGY ACT - GENERAL FORMULA - FEDERAL GRANT CENTER FOR SPECIAL SERVICES WOODFIELD DETENTION - LOCAL GRANT (POCANTICO HILLS S.D.)

450,000 450,000 105,786 105,786

CENTER FOR ADULT AND COMMUNITY SERVICES PELL GRANT - FEDERAL GRANT TITLE 1 - IYP FUNDS - LOCAL GRANT (POCANTICO HILLS S.D.) WIA, TITLE 2, ADULT EDUCATION & LITERACY ENGLISH LANGUAGE / CIVICS EDUCATION - FEDERAL GRANT

300,000 82,500 125,000 175,577 683,077

CENTER FOR INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES HOMELESS CHILDREN - BOCES MC KINNEY - FEDERAL GRANT SCHOOL LIBRARY SYSTEM - AID FOR AUTOMATION - STATE GRANT SCHOOL LIBRARY SYSTEM - OPERATING AID - STATE GRANT LIBRARY SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGY ACT- STATE GRANT SPECIAL EDUCATION TRAINING AND RESOURCE CENTER - FEDERAL CONTRACT CENTER FOR INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT AND TECHNOLOGY MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT - FEDERAL CONTRACT SCHOOL DISTRICT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CERT CENTER-NYSED CONTRACT GRAND TOTAL: ALL GRANTS

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100,000 11,000 150,000 5,470 487,347 753,817 185,000 475,564 660,564 2,653,244


School Breakfast/Lunch Program SWBOCES participates in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs. In addition to regular menus, therapeutic lunches are available to meet specialized needs of students.

Breakfast Program

Breakfast Revenues

Expenditures

FTE Students State Aid Federal Aid General Fund Other Total Revenues Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Food Purchases Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Other Total Expenditures

0.02 1.5

Actual Budget 2010-11 500 2,727 43,934 123,451 0 170,112 6,171 62,486 0 0 59,549 2,100 38,856 0 169,162

FTE

0.02 1.5

Original Budget 2011-12 500 6,529 63,827 74,482 15,317 160,155 6,445 64,489 0 0 43,000 0 46,221 0 160,155

FTE

0.02 1.5

Revised Budget 2011-12 500 6,529 63,827 74,482 15,317 160,155 6,445 64,489 0 0 43,000 0 46,221 0 160,155

FTE

1.5

Projected Budget 2012-13 500 7,809 65,252 70,652 16,395 160,108 0 57,435 0 0 60,000 2,250 40,423 0 160,108

Lunch Program

Lunch Revenues

Expenditures

FTE Students State Aid Federal Aid Sales General Fund Other Total Revenues Certified Salaries Classified Salaries Furniture/Equipment Materials & Supplies Food Purchases Contractual Services Fringe Benefits Other Total Expenditures

0.02 1.5

Actual Budget 2010-11 420 1,974 51,148 26,112 61,435 7,052 147,721 6,171 61,078 0 0 38,876 3,058 38,538 0 147,721

FTE

0.02 1.5

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Original Budget 2011-12 420 7,181 65,376 40,947 50,404 15,747 179,655 6,445 64,489 0 0 62,500 0 46,221 0 179,655

FTE

0.02 1.5

Revised Budget 2011-12 420 7,181 65,376 40,947 50,404 15,747 179,655 6,445 64,489 0 0 62,500 0 46,221 0 179,655

FTE

1.5

Projected Budget 2012-13 420 2,033 52,682 26,895 54,234 7,264 143,108 0 57,435 0 0 42,000 3,250 40,423 0 143,108


Southern Westchester BOCES Locations and Contacts Central Administration 17 Berkley Drive Rye Brook, NY 10573 James T. Langlois, Ed.D. Interim District Superintendent

SWBOCES Locations, Contacts & Maps In addition to the Center for Special Services campus in North White Plains, SWBOCES operates special education programs on-site in these school districts and locations: Ardsley

914-937-3820 • jlanglois@swboces.org

Blind Brook/Rye

Sandra A. Simpson Chief Operating Officer and

Irvington

Deputy District Superintendent

Mamaroneck

914-937-3820 • ssimpson@swboces.org

New Rochelle

Center for Special Services

Pelham

1606 Old Orchard Street

Pleasantville

North White Plains, NY 10604

Pocantico Hills

Director: Mary Ellen Betzler

Port Chester

914-948-7271 • mbetzler@swboces.org

Valhalla

Center for Career Services

White Plains

65 Grasslands Road Valhalla, NY 10595

Other Locations: Holy Trinity-Mamaroneck

Director: Linda Suarez 914-761-3400 • lsuarez@swboces.org

St. Vincent’s Hospital

Transportation Office

N. Y. Presbyterian Hospital

1606 Old Orchard Street

St. Matthews

North White Plains, NY 10604 Director: Douglas Carter 914-428-9300 • dcarter@swboces.org Interscholastic Athletics Office 2 Westchester Plaza Elmsford, NY 10523 Director: Jennifer Simmons 914-592-2526 • jsimmons@swboces.org Center for Adult and Community Services 85 Executive Blvd. Elmsford, NY 10523 Director: Claudia Murphy 914-347-2314 • cmurphy@swboces.org Center for Professional Development & Curriculum Support 2 Westchester Plaza

The Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services, its officers and employees, shall not discriminate against any student, employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, marital status, gender, age, handicapping condition or sexual orientation. This policy of nondiscrimination includes access by students to educational programs, counseling services for students, course offerings and student activities,recruitment, appointment and promotion of employees and employment pay and benefits, and it is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended and then promulgated thereunder, not to discriminate in such a manner. SWBOCES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 17 Berkley Drive, Rye Brook, NY 10573 914-937-3820

Elmsford, NY 10523 Director: Jacqueline O’Donnell 914-345-8500 • jodonnell@swboces.org Lower Hudson Regional Information Center 44 and 50 Executive Blvd.

Title IX Coordinator’ Director of Human Resources: Sheila V. McGuinness, DBA Section 504 Coordinator, Director of Facilities & Operations: Thomas DiBuono

Elmsford, NY 10523 Director: TBA 914-592-4203

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Ardsley Blind Brook - Rye Bronxville Byram Hills Dobbs Ferry Eastchester Edgemont Elmsford Greenburgh Central 7 Harrison Hastings Irvington Mamaroneck Mount Pleasant Mount Vernon New Rochelle Pelham Pleasantville Pocantico Hills Port Chester-Rye Rye City Rye Neck Scarsdale The Tarrytowns Tuckahoe Valhalla White Plains Yonkers Greenburgh 11 Greenburgh-Graham Greenburgh-North Castle Hawthorne Cedar Knolls Mount Pleasant Blythedale Mount Pleasant Cottage


2012-13 SWBOCES Budget Book  

Annual Budget Book published by Southern Westchester BOCES for component districts and other constituents.

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