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  • 2016-2017Budget Engagement Forum

    Involving our community

    in the operating and capital

    budgeting conversation

  • Agenda

    CMS: Our Progress 10 minutes

    The Need for More Funding & 30 minutes

    the Current Budget Landscape

    Operating budget

    Capital budget

    Whats Next 10 minutes

    Q&A

    2

  • CMS:

    Our Progress

    3

  • Goal 1: Maximize academic achievement in a

    personalized 21st

    century learning environment

    Goal 2: Recruit, develop, retain and reward a premier

    workforce

    Goal 3: Cultivate partnerships to provide a sustainable

    system of support and care for each child

    Goal 4: Promote a system-wide culture of safety, high

    engagement, cultural competency and customer

    service

    Goal 5: Optimize district performance and

    accountability by strengthening data use, processes

    and systems

    Goal 6: Inspire and nurture learning, creativity,

    innovation and entrepreneurship through technology

    and strategic school redesign

    Strategic Plan 2018 is our roadmap

    and our commitment to our community

    4

  • iMeck Academy

    Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences

    Technology, Entrepreneurship & Advanced

    Manufacturing High School

    Middle College High School expansion with CPCC

    Early College High School on UNCC campus

    Trillium Springs PreK-6 Montessori

    Newell, Parkside and Lawrence Orr elementaries

    Oakhurst STEAM Academy

    Starmount Academy of Excellence

    E-Learning Academy @ Performance Learning Center

    Expanded Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts

    and Math schools/programs across all grade levels

    Three high school academies

    New schools and academic options since 2014

    Progress

    Greater academic choice and personalization

    5

  • Progress

    More literacy and support services for students

    6

    new Pre-K classes

    60

    new psychologists, school counselors and

    social workers for our schools and students

    North Star Reading Partners

    for grades 3, 7 and 12

    Intensive literacy PD for teachers

    in grades one through three

    Summer reading programs

    for rising first through fourth grade students

    More literacy materials

    6

  • All CMS classrooms have wifi

    All teachers have laptops to

    enhance instruction

    All fifth through tenth

    graders have 1:1 access to

    digital devices at school

    Digital techbooks support

    science, social studies

    and other subjects

    Progress

    Greater technology supports

    to enhance teaching and learning

    7

  • And were delivering better

    academic outcomes for students

    88.3%

    graduation

    rate

    - CMS outperforms

    the state

    - Up for all racial

    subgroups

    National

    Assessment of

    Educational

    Progress

    AP course

    enrollment,

    test taking

    and test

    performance

    growing

    Dropout

    rate

    declining

    Proficiency

    scores

    Increasing in all

    tested areas

    8

    #1

    4th

    & 8th

    grade math

    #2

    4th

    grade reading

    #3

    8th

    grade reading

  • But there is still much work to do

    We are committed to helping

    every student graduate ready

    for college and career success

    9

  • The Need for More Funding

    and the Current Budget

    Landscape

    10

  • Budgeting for and operating a school district

    is similar to a household

    Examples for a typical household

    11

  • capital budget- pays for the design and

    construction of new schools, along with major renovation and

    replacement of existing schools.

    CMS has two budgets

    operating budget- pays for day-to-day expenses, including salaries and benefits, textbooks and transportation.

    12

  • The need for more operating funding is real

    Student enrollment is growing+ more than 12,000 since FY09

    Operating costs are increasing

    i.e. utilities, health insurance and retirement

    Benefit costs represent more than 50% of

    overall budget growth

    Since FY09, total budget +$152 million (+12.7%)

    while benefit costs +$83 million (+61.1%)

    State-mandated program adjustments i.e. Drivers education $2.6 million

    Fewer dollars for new initiatives

    13

  • Uses of Total Operating Budget Increase Since

    FY09: A Different Perspective

    Total RemainingTotal Increase since FY09 $152.0M

    Charter School Pass-through -$24.7M $127.3M$ Not retained for CMS students

    Mandated salary & benefit increases -$185.0M -$57.7MSalary Increases - $113.0M Benefits Increases* - $72.0M

    Sustaining, Growth and New Space -$137.5M -$195.2MDay-to-day operating expenses

    Reductions and Redirections +$238.6M $43.4MRealignment of existing resources

    Whats Left

    New initiatives to support -$43.4M $0Strategic Plan 2018

    14

    Total Increase$152 million

    since FY09

    *Benefit costs represent $83 million of total budget growth since FY09. Of that, $11M represents benefits associated with adding new staff and is reflected in Growth.

  • Uses of County Operating Budget Increase Since

    FY09: A Different Perspective

    Total RemainingTotal Increase since FY09 $52.9M

    Charter School Pass-through -$24.7M $28.2M$ Not retained for CMS students

    Mandated salary and benefit increases -$55.6M -$27.4MSalary Increases - $39.3MBenefits Increase* - $16.3M

    Sustaining, Growth and New Space -$106.1M -$133.5MDay-to-day operating expenses

    Reductions and Redirections +$168.2M $34.7MRealignment of existing resources

    Whats Left

    New initiatives to support -$34.7M $0Strategic Plan 2018

    15

    Total Increase $52.9 million

    since FY09

    *Benefit costs represent $16.9 million of total budget growth since FY09. Of that, $0.6M represents benefits associated with adding new staff and is reflected in Growth.

  • The CMS 2016-2017 Operating Budget:

    What we must pay for before anything else

    (county dollar impact)

    Employer Benefits

    ~ $1 million

    SustainingOperations

    ~ $1 million CharterPass through

    (+2,672students)

    ~ $8 millionState Class

    Size Reduction

    Local Supplement

    ~ $.2 million

    2016-17 Magnet

    Transportation

    ~$6 million

    Growth &New Space

    (+504 students)

    ~ $1 million

    2016-17 State Projected Salary

    Increase (3%- all; total of

    5%-certified staff)

    ~ $10 million

    16

  • 17

    Strengthen student services supports

    +60 new school counselors, psychologists and social workers

    Expand New Teacher Orientation

    added time, inclusion of all new teachers

    Four-day summer content/digital learning

    integration professional development

    Preventive maintenance and staffing support

    Provide digital learning devices to more students

    expanding 1:1 to additional grade levels

    Some Potential New Budget Investments

    What we want to do in 2016-2017

    http://bbpsgr.edu.in/new_initatives.htmlhttp://bbpsgr.edu.in/new_initatives.html

  • How do our funding needs compare to historical

    operating funding increases?

    18

    $(33,999,394)

    $(15,117,391)

    $26,089,101

    $9,093,563

    $19,111,884

    $31,692,046

    $(40,000,000)

    $(30,000,000)

    $(20,000,000)

    $(10,000,000)

    $-

    $10,000,000

    $20,000,000

    $30,000,000

    $40,000,000

    2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015

    $ Change vs Prior Year

    $ Change

    2015-2016

    $16,049,422

    Mecklenburg County leaders have projected a total revenue increase of $40 million for 2016-2017. CMS would be allocated a portion of these funds.

  • Bond / Certificates of Participation (COP)

    Bond/COPs Dollars

    96 Bond $119,830,058 97 Bond $415,000,000 99 COPs $50,000,000 00 Bond $275,500,000 02 Bond $224,000,000 04 COPs $98,500,000 05 COPs $73,900,000 06 COPs $154,764,532 07 COPs $16,500,000 07 Bond $516,042,943 08 COPs $58,000,000

    Economic Recession

    13 Bond $295,168,000 Grand Total $2,297,205,533

    Between 1997 and 2008, CMS received an average of $200 million per year in capital funding authorizations. After 2008, there was a five-year

    span of no new capital funding.

    An historical look at capital funding

    19

  • The need for more capital funding is real

    20

    650 buildings on

    5,150 acres

    21.5 million sq. ft. of space

    equals 21 Bank of America

    corporate buildings

    ~1,100 mobile units

    78% of schools at

    or over capacity

    78 of 168 schools

    built more than

    50 years ago

    10-Year Capital Needs

    Assessment

    =$2 billion

  • Snapshot: 10-Year Capital Needs Assessment

    More than 80% of the need is for maintaining current facilities

    and building new ones to relieve overcrowding

    21

    $1,606,133,333

    $60,000,000

    $22,500,000

    $60,000,000

    $119,047,501

    $50,020,000$65,667,950 $1,000,000 $20,000,000

    Category Number 1 Category Number 2 Category Number 3Category Number 4 Category Number 5 Category Number 6

    Category Number 1: Growth projects, renovations, replacement schools

    Category Number 2: Instructiona