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<ul><li><p>DALLAS COUNTY R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT</p><p>Budget Adopted </p><p>2014-2015</p></li><li><p>TABLE OF CONTENTS </p><p>Executive Summary ............................................................................................................................ 1 Board of Education .............................................................................................................................. 3 Organizational Chart ........................................................................................................................... 4 School District Information .................................................................................................................. 5 Budget Synopsis ................................................................................................................................. 9 Fund Balances Summary .................................................................................................................. 11 Revenue Estimates by Fund ............................................................................................................. 12 Expenditure Estimates by Fund ........................................................................................................ 14 Revenue Comparisons ...................................................................................................................... 36 Expenditure Comparisons ................................................................................................................. 45 Certified Salary Schedule .................................................................................................................. 80 Certified Salary Schedule (Grandfather) ........................................................................................... 81 Certified Salary Details ...................................................................................................................... 82 Classified Salary Schedule (Salaried) ............................................................................................... 95 Classified Salary Schedule (Hourly) .................................................................................................. 96 Classified Salary Details .................................................................................................................... 97 </p></li><li><p>Executive Summary </p><p>Preparation for this years budget document included an analysis of budget trends in both revenues and expenditures. The Revenues for FY 2015 are stagnant at the local/county and state levels, while federal revenues are expected to decrease again this year. Local and County Revenue is projected to stay at about the same amount as FY 2014 due to the fact that the District has reached its tax rate ceiling ($3.35) and assessed valuation is predicted to be similar to this year. State revenue projections are projected to be similar to last years allocations in spite of declining enrollment figures only if the proration factor increases and the governor has no withholdings. If the proration factor stays at 93%, the district will lose little over $300,000 in state aid due to the enrollment decline. The current budget calculations for state aid are projected at 95% proration factor, which will result in a loss of approximately $160,000 in state aid compared to last year. Missouri school districts should have more information about the proration factor after the September Special Session of the legislature has convened. The increased level of state funding for FY 2015 initially projected was good news for our districtbut legislative battles with the governor over tax credits could ultimately be detrimental to state funding for Missouri school districts if the legislature overrides the governors veto of these bills. The fact that our district continues to experience a declining enrollment means that a reduction in state revenue over time is a given. The Board of Education has worked very hard to bring expenditures into line with revenues for the 2014-15 school year. Significant cuts in excess of $1.5 million were made across many areas in order to try and keep the budget manageable. Salaries were frozen at their current rate and the defined contribution rates for insurance benefits remained the same for FY 2015. A $500,000 transfer from Fund 1 into Fund 4 in order to fund next years capital projects resulted in the District ending FY 2014 with a 15.71% fund balance. Estimated revenues for FY 2015 are $15,747,127 while estimated expenditures for FY 2015 are $16,349,445 resulting in a deficit of $602,318. Contingency (fund balances) will drop to 13% with a full transfer to Fund 4. There is no doubt that unless there are increases to revenue at the state and federal level, which do not appear to be forthcoming, that the District will either have to ask the folks to raise the levy for operational purposes if the District wishes to continue funding at the levels anticipated over the next few years. If no increase in local levies occurs, then substantial cuts will need to be made in order to keep the district fiscally sound. Included in this budget for personnel in the fiscal year 2014 are the following: </p><p> Keeping the defined contribution rate for Health Insurance at $410 for all certified, 11 and 12 month Classified Employees. Keeping the defined contribution rate for Health Insurance at $307 for 9 month Classified Employees. Maintain retirement benefits for Certified (14.5%) and Classified (6.86%) Employees. Summer School Salaries for 2015 </p><p> The budget document, which is recommended for the Board of Educations review and acceptance, makes provisions for: </p><p> Funds to implement academic programs to meet the fifth cycle MSIP and NCLB waiver requirements. Continuation of an additional teacher at Mallory (grade 4) due to large class size. Capital Projects funds for the following Capital Improvements in the District: </p><p> Restoration of Field House &amp; Lobby Roof at BHS Renovation of Industrial Arts Area to Create 3 Classrooms at BHS </p><p>1</p></li><li><p> Renovation of Industrial Arts Area to Create Classroom/Office Space At BPMS Exterior Door Project BPMS Ground Source Project </p><p> Transportation Enhancement Grant /Sidewalks (Districts matching portion) Leasing agreement for 5 new school buses. Maintenance of the Districts technology program with plans for gradual upgrades and improvements to our infrastructure. Continued support for the A+ program. Continuation of summer school. </p><p> The challenges faced by the Dallas Co R-1 School District include the following: </p><p> Increasing numbers of at risk students. Increasing numbers of students with disabilities. Changes in the family unit which require the District to change the manner in which parents/guardians are involved in the educational </p><p>process. High mobility rates of students. Declining student enrollment. Increased numbers of families dealing with job loss. Constant analysis of student data in order to improve the instructional activities so that all students may be successful. </p><p> The challenges of funding for public schools continue to be great. However, the rewards we reap as we work with our students are well worth meeting these challenges. I look forward to continuing to work together with the Board of Education, staff and community in order to meet and conquer these challenges in order to provide top quality educational programs for our students. It is only by working together toward a common vision that ordinary individuals can attain extraordinary results! Sincerely, </p><p> Robin Ritchie Superintendent </p><p>2</p></li><li><p> Board of Education Dallas Co R-1 School District David Beltz President John Maddux Vice-President Jennifer Long Secretary Kirby Vest Treasurer Wade Blake Member Jennifer Long` Member Suzanne Powers Member Robin Ritchie Superintendent Debby Dryer Asst. Superintendent </p><p>3</p></li><li><p>ORGANIZATIONAL CHARTState of Missouri FILE: CCA</p><p>State Board of Education Patrons</p><p>Dallas Co. R-I Board of Education</p><p>Superintendent of Schools</p><p>Asst. Superintendent/Title 1, Grant, and</p><p>Curriculum Director</p><p>Administrative Asst./Vocational Director</p><p>Central Office Staff</p><p>High SchoolPrincipal</p><p>Middle SchoolPrincipal</p><p>Director of Elem.Ed./Principal</p><p>Director ofSpecial Services</p><p>Asst. Principal/Athletic Director</p><p>Asst. Principal/Athletic Director</p><p>Asst. Principal Asst. PrincipalLong Lane</p><p>A+ TechnologyCoordinator</p><p>GOLDCoordinator</p><p>Asst. Dir./Placement</p><p>HealthServices</p><p>Special Ed.Staff</p><p>Aides CertifiedStaff</p><p>TeacherAides</p><p>Secretaries CertifiedStaff</p><p>TeacherAides</p><p>Secretaries CertifiedStaff</p><p>TeacherAides</p><p>Secretaries CertifiedStaff</p><p>TeacherAides</p><p>Secretaries</p><p>Director of Guidance and Testing Director of Food Services/Head Cook-Elem. Director of Transportation Director of Bldg. &amp; Grounds</p><p>Elem.Couns.</p><p>M.S.Couns.</p><p>H.S.Couns.</p><p>Voc.Couns.</p><p>L.L. HeadCook</p><p>M .S. HeadCook</p><p>H.S. HeadCook</p><p>AVT S HeadCook</p><p>M echanics T rans.Aides</p><p>Drivers M aintenanceDepartm ent</p><p>Custodians AsbestosCoordinator</p><p>Adopted: 03/17/1997 C ooks C ooks C ooks C ooks C ooks Dallas Co. R-I School District, Buffalo, Missouri4</p></li><li><p>School District Vision Statement Communities dedicated to the success of all students. School District Mission Statement Working together to educate tomorrows citizens for lifelong success in an ever changing global society. School District Description Dallas Co R-1 School District has approximately 1692 students in grades K-12. The district has five campuses in three communities. The townships of Buffalo, Long Lane, and Louisburg maintain school sites. The school district encompasses about 379 square miles Dallas, Polk and Laclede Counties. The school district has two elementary buildings, D.A. Mallory Elementary and Long Lane Elementary. There is also a middle school, Buffalo Prairie Middle School that houses grades 5-8 and a high school, Buffalo High School with grades 9-12. The district has a vocational school, the Dallas County Career Center, located at Louisburg. The district has 190 certified staff and 126 classified staff. Enrollment (January Count 2013) </p><p>1. Long Lane Elementary (grades K-4) 85 2. D.A. Mallory Elementary (grades K-4) 615 3. Buffalo Prairie Middle School (grades 5-8) 523 4. Buffalo High School (grades 9-12) 469 </p><p> Total January Count: 1692 </p><p>5</p></li><li><p>6</p></li><li><p>District Classification </p><p> 2000Accredited 2001Accredited 2002Accredited 2003Accredited with Distinction in Performance 2004Accredited 2005Accredited 2006Accredited 2007Accredited 2008Accredited 2009Accredited with Distinction in Performance 2010Accredited 2011Accredited 2012Accredited 2013--Accredited </p><p> Financial Structure of District </p><p>1. Assessed Valuation--$109,385,303 2. Bonded IndebtednessNone 3. Tax Levy-$3.35(Operating) </p><p>a. Special Revenue-$0 b. Incidental-$3.35 c. Capital Projects-$0 d. Debt Service-$0 </p><p>7</p></li><li><p>8</p></li><li><p>DALLAS CO R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICTBUDGET SYNOPSIS</p><p>2014-2015</p><p>BUDGETADOPTED</p><p>FUND100</p><p>FUND200</p><p>FUND300</p><p>FUND400</p><p>REVENUELocal Total 5,846,454 5,019,454 800,000 0 27,000County Total 360,000 280,000 80,000 0 0State Total 7,369,993 548,500 6,736,893 0 84,600Federal Total 1,955,680 943,765 1,011,915 0 0Vo Tech Tuition Total 215,000 0 215,000 0 0TOTAL REVENUE 15,747,127 6,791,719 8,843,808 0 111,600</p><p>EXPENDITURES Elementary 1,784,065 162,200 1,621,865 0 0Long Lane 335,244 39,350 295,894 0 0Middle School 1,651,989 154,575 1,497,414 0 0High School 1,935,978 339,750 1,596,228 0 0High School A+ 22,803 0 22,803 0 0Summer School 131,457 31,500 99,957 0 0Gifted Education 102,264 2,000 100,264 0 0Special Education 1,236,527 417,755 818,772 0 0Title I Culturally Different 407,131 133,644 273,487 0 0ESOL 56,049 3,400 52,649 0 0DCTC 868,994 264,170 505,268 0 99,556Student Activities 313,500 313,500 0 0 0Student Activities-Salaries 28,573 6,000 22,573 0 0Athletics 275,009 131,610 143,399 0 0Tuition Other Districts 428,606 0 428,606 0 0Social Work Services 40,421 40,421 0 0 0Guidance 356,955 15,000 341,955 0 0Health 149,914 149,914 0 0 0Title I Impr Instr Services 102,260 27,515 74,745 0 0Grants 26,019 22,500 3,519 0 0Professional Development 60,000 35,070 24,930 0 0Library 218,026 38,540 179,486 0 0Board of Education 180,100 179,100 1,000 0 0Executive Administration 530,630 292,606 238,024 0 0Principal Office 706,186 271,841 434,345 0 0HS Graduation Expenses 3,000 3,000 0 0 0Operation/Maintenance of Plant 1,557,979 1,037,979 0 0 520,000</p><p>9</p></li><li><p>DALLAS CO R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICTBUDGET SYNOPSIS</p><p>2014-2015</p><p>BUDGETADOPTED</p><p>FUND100</p><p>FUND200</p><p>FUND300</p><p>FUND400</p><p>Pupil Transportation 1,020,670 976,770 0 0 43,900Transportation-Handicapped 90,710 90,710 0 0 0Transportation ECSE 81,000 81,000 0 0 0Food Service 736,548 726,548 0 0 10,000Tech Support 678,009 525,197 22,900 0 129,912Parents As Teachers 28,988 28,988 0 0 0Title I Early Childhood 139,247 40,235 99,012 0 0Title I Parent Involvement 8,000 8,000 0 0 0Architect Fees 20,000 0 0 0 20,000Short Term Loan Principal 20,000 0 0 0 20,000Lease Pur Copier Principal 14,111 0 0 0 14,111Lease Pur Copier Interest 2,483 0 0 2,483TOTAL EXPENDITURES 16,349,445 6,590,388 8,899,095 0 859,962</p><p>10</p></li><li><p>GENERALFUND 100</p><p>SPECIALREVENUEFUND 200</p><p>DEBTSERVICE</p><p>FUND 300</p><p>CAPITALPROJECTS</p><p>FUND 400</p><p>TOTALALL</p><p>FUNDS</p><p>3,773,831.81 0.00 0.00 1,361,243.98 5,135,075.796,961,336.91 9,578,551.91 0.00 117,808.75 16,657,697.57</p><p>10,735,168.72 9,578,551.91 0.00 1,479,052.73 21,792,773.36469,305.68 0.00 517,965.50 987,271.18</p><p>987,271.18 0.00 0.00 0.00 987,271.18Expenditures 6,605,191.82 10,047,857.59 0.00 846,260.63 17,499,310.04Ending Fund Balances-June 30, 2014 3,142,705.72 0.00 0.00 1,150,757.60 4,293,463.32</p><p>521,077.01 0.00 0.00 62,604.97 583,681.98</p><p>Unrestricted Fund Balance 16%Total Exp F1 &amp; F2 16,653,049.41Unr Fund Bal 2013 2,621,628.71Unrestr Fund Bal % 0.157426345</p><p>GENERALFUND 100</p><p>SPECIALREVENUEFUND 200</p><p>DEBTSERVICE</p><p>FUND 300</p><p>CAPITALPROJECTS</p><p>FUND 400</p><p>TOTALALL</p><p>FUNDS</p><p>3,142,705.72 0.00 0.00 1,150,757.60 4,293,463.326,791,719.00 8,843,808.00 0.00 111,600.00 15,747,127.00</p><p>10,172,266.00 8,843,808.00 0.00 1,262,357.60 20,278,431.6055,287.00 0.00 500,000.00 555,287.00</p><p>555,287.00 0.00 0.00 555,287.00Expenditures 6,590,388.00 8,899,095.00 0.00 859,962.00 16,349,445.00Ending Fund Balances-June 30, 2014 3,026,591.00 0.00 0.00 902,395.60 3,928,986.60</p><p>521,077.00 0.00 0.00 62,605.00 583,682.00</p><p>Unrestricted Fund Balance 18%Total Exp F1 &amp; F2 15,489,483.00Unr Fund Bal 2013 2,505,514.00Unrestr Fund Bal % 0.161755818</p><p>Restricted Fund Balances-June 30, 2014</p><p>Full Transfer =- $892,406 (137,753 Transp &amp; 754,653 GTB) </p><p>RevenuesTotal Revenues &amp; BalancesTransfers ToTransfers From</p><p>*Contingency w/$500,000 Fund 4 Transfer is 16% Full Transfer into Fund 4 would bring contingency to 13%</p><p>ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE PROJECTION with $500,000 ESTM TRANSFER2014-2015</p><p>Beginning Fund Balances-July 1, 2013</p><p>Total Revenues &amp; BalancesTransfers ToTransfers From</p><p>Restricted Fund Balances-June 30, 2014</p><p>FUND BALANCE SUMMARY2013-2014</p><p>Beginning Fund Balances-July 1, 2013Revenues</p><p>11</p></li><li><p>DALLAS CO R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICTESTIMATED REVENUES BY FUND</p><p>2014-2015</p><p>Account Code Account Description Budge...</p></li></ul>

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