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DALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE DEPARTMENT BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS FY 2014 Dr. Terry S. Smith - Executive Director /Chief of Juvenile Probation John A. Heath Assistant Executive Director Judge Cheryl Shannon Chair Dallas County Juvenile Board http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=6-lY0XrrglxKjM&tbnid=uEAgCadu4VTfcM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http://www.religionlink.com/tip_100713.php&ei=X6qTUaqSLoOk8ASopoHQDw&bvm=bv.46471029,d.dmg&psig=AFQjCNFs9MR0pC83VgedxCdc_QUB78BP5Q&ust=1368718253000035Juvenile Judges Judge Cheryl Shannon 305th District Court Judge William Mazur 304th District Court Associate Judge Derrick Morrison 305th District Court Associate Judge Diana Herrera 304th District Court Judge Melinda Forbes Referee Court 2 Executive Team Executive Director: Dr. Terry S. Smith Assistant Executive Director: Mr. John A. Heath Deputy Directors: Ms. Karen Ramos, Administrative and Executive Services Mr. Bill Edwards, Probation Services Dr. Danny Pirtle, Education Services Dr. John Pita, Psychology and Mental Health Services Mr. Ervin Taylor, Institutional Services Juvenile Board Members Chair Judge Cheryl Shannon Vice Chair Commissioner John Wiley Price Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Judge Gracie Lewis Judge William Mazur Judge Craig Smith Ms. Paula Miller Judge Andrea Plumlee Judge Robert Burns A LETTER FROM THE CHIEF In 2013, we continue our focus of putting Youth First. Thus creating, augmenting and developing programs and services that best fit our population. We have made significant strides for Dallas County by utilizing diversion courts, creating programs that are data driven for special populations, ardently seeking community partnerships, reestablishing family engagement and capitalizing on the value of restorative justice. I, along with an exceptional administrative team, am proud of our Departments accomplishments. This includes reducing racial disparities with the establishment of a premier diversion court-DMC (Diversion Male Court). Additionally, we are expanding the parameters of ESTEEM court to accept post-adjudicated girls. We reduced our override rate leading to declines in racial incongruence. Probation staff worked alongside administration to decrease the filing of non-violent VOPs (i.e., failure to contact probation officer). Moreover, this is the first time since 2011 that we have reached our target placement goal of 120 youth. The number of youth coming into the system continues to decline, allowing this Department to focus on those youth who need intense services. I am extremely proud of the Dallas County Juvenile Department staff especially those who shifted their paradigm by thinking outside of the box. By tackling the low hanging fruit we have been able to keep low-level offenders in the community thus preventing further ingress into our system. We have an incomparable and consummate judiciary team lead by Judge Cheryl Shannon-305th District Court and Judge William Mazur-304th District Court along with their Associate Judges and Detention Judge; Judge Derrick Morrison, Judge Diana Herrera and Judge Melinda Forbes respectively. Their support directly sets our foundation for new and innovative programming. Additionally, we have had tremendous support from our Juvenile Board. They too have demonstrated incredible dedication by giving their free time, supporting initiatives and sharing our successes in their travels. Although we are significantly making a difference in the lives of the youth and families we serve, we are not done yet. Albeit some may be satisfied with these accomplishments, this administration is not, it is not time to rest on our laurels. We must continue to work on prevention and intervention for the youth and families of Dallas County. We must continue putting Youth First! Many Thanks! Terry S. Smith Executive Director/Chief of Juvenile Probation 3 Dallas County Juvenile Department The Mission of the Dallas County Juvenile Department is to assist referred youth in becoming productive, law abiding citizens, while promoting public safety and victim restoration. FY 2013 Major Accomplishments The successful implementation of the DMC (Diversion Male Court) whose is target black and brown male youth diverting them from penetrating the Juvenile Justice System as well as reduce the Departments Disproportionate Minority Contact. Totally revamping the Departments publications, internal newsletter, and overall public relations/marketing strategy which has produced a significant increase in positive print, television, radio coverage. Created the Departments first Educational Advocacy Team which is designed to provide a safe bridge for our students back to their home schools. This effort has been buoyed by our largest referral source, Dallas ISD pledging unprecedented cooperation and access to campus and system leadership. Received the high scores again from the Texas Juvenile Justice Department during the annual audit of facilities for the Detention Center Pre and Post Programs (97.1% and 98.3%) and the Lyle B. Medlock Treatment Facility (98.01%). Created JD Stat - a performance-measurement and management tool designed to make the Dallas County Juvenile Department more accountable and more efficient. JD Stat brings silicon content into a carbon context. Reduced RAI overrides from 34% to 17%. Violations of probation were reduced 10% and we are making even more headway presently. Were awarded nearly $150,000 in competitive grants. 4 FY 2014 Goals Continue to rely on Data Driven Initiatives. James Bell Esq. Founder and Executive Director W. Haywood Burns Institute is regularly shares with Juvenile Justice practitioners the following quote, Most juvenile justice systems dont gather data to run their Department, they usually gather data to give it to someone else. The Dallas County Juvenile Department defies that stereotype! Focus on the further reduction in Juvenile Disproportionate Minority Contact. The DMC Diversion Court targeting Black and Brown males will be a major tool in our efforts. For some time the Juvenile Department has desired have an Evening Reporting Center where youth in targeted districts would not only report to their Probation Officer, but would access tutoring, psych groups, and for youth who have technical violations of probation. Consistent reduction in the filing of Violations of Probation which would in turn assist us to avoid placing the youth in Detention for technical violations, but rather we would provide services to the youth in the community that would address the root causes of the violation(s). Increase the number of front-end community partners focused on prevention and intervention with our youth. Opening The Letot Residential Treatment Center and developing the greatest girls treatment program in the nation subsequently allowing the Juvenile Department to serve as THE model for the Nation. Establish gender specific ascetics and programs for the girls at the Letot Center, Marzelle Hill Center, and the Dr. Jerome McNeil Jr. Detention center. 5 FY 2014 Budget and Spending Plan Because of the better choices we have made under the direction of the Dallas County Juvenile Board and the support of the Dallas Commissioners Court we are in a better position than many of our counter parts within the State of Texas and around the Nation. The proposed FY 2014 budget protects the progress weve made together, and positions the Dallas County Juvenile Department for greater results, opportunity for program expansion, and charting a solid course for the Departments sustainability. The better choices were making together reflect the same balanced approach that has allowed Dallas County to emerge from the national recession stronger than other Counties. As a result, the Dallas County Juvenile Department has taken a balanced approach of continuing to look for areas where reduction is appropriate while simultaneously making targeted strategic investments in our operations, institutions, and people. The Department has continued to adhere to the core concepts of the Annie E. Casey Foundations Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative while balancing the responsibility of continuing our progress in Juvenile Justice Reform while simultaneously ensuring the safety of the community. With a new JDAI coordinator who brings fresh eyes and a fresh perspective which enable us to continue our role as a JDAI leader! The FY2014 Budget request reflects a collection of modest requests that together include replacement of severely damaged and aged equipment, an increase in the mileage reimbursement request which is the result of having more youth in the community rather than in a facility, a slight increase in our contract with UT Southwestern, and for personnel to keep us compliant with our regulatory body, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department. This years budget request demonstrates our continual effort to remain good stewards of the publics resources. 6 http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=LIEuewSbfaV6xM&tbnid=aZjmCcfPQn0LIM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http://www.property118.com/a-winning-plan-for-property-for-the-budget-2013/37624/&ei=Q5W3Ue21DIXk9ASA04DADQ&bvm=bv.47534661,d.eWU&psig=AFQjCNElvT4kc4CxD8ZHh8LH3cplqZ8_6Q&ust=13710721843167467 ExpenditureFY 2012 ActualFY 2013 AppropriationFY 2014 ProposedChange from FY 13 General Fund 44,271,289 45,590,458 47,160,237 1,569,779State Aid 10,790,746 10,790,746 10,790,746 0AEC Foundation 15,000 15,000 15,000 0Gov. Office 483,123 483,123 483,123 0Educational Aid 8,955,146 10,309,086 8,596,469 (1,712,617)Total 64,515,304 67,188,413 67,045,575 (142,838)Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentThree Year SummaryFY 20148 Dallas County Juvenile Department Three Year Summary FY 2014 FTE FY 2012 Actual FY 2013 Appropriation FY 2014 Proposed Change from FY 13 Full Time 939 948 948 0 Part Time 160 149 149 0 Total 1,099 1,097 1,097 0 The magic formula that successful businesses have discovered is to treat customers like guests and employees like people. Tom Peters The Worlds Quality Guru ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This FY 2014 budget proposal reflects the Dallas County Juvenile Departments balanced approach to moving the Department forward and benefiting from the Dallas County Commissioners and the Dallas County Administrations stellar fiscal stewardship which allows us to make needed investments within the Dallas County Juvenile Departments operations, institutions, and employees. Most important, it allows to better serve our youth as we put YOUTH FIRST! The process that results in the Departments budget submission is an arduous one at times, made even more difficult in challenging times. This effort would not be possible without the expertise, commitment to excellence, and the hard work of the Departments Executive and Fiscal staff! The individuals listed below worked especially hard to analyze budgets for their respective cost centers to include in this years budget proposal. Their dedication, professionalism, and continued collegiality is deeply appreciated. Dr. Terry S. Smith Executive Director/Chief Juvenile Probation Officer John A. Heath Assistant Executive Director Kima Letcher Rhonda Freeman Ronald Waddleton Marta Ballest Barbara Bowser Claudia Lopez Felicia Requena Editor and Cover Design John A. Heath 9 Dallas County Juvenile Department FY 2014 Proposed Budget THERES MORE WORK TO BE DONE! FY 2014 Proposed Budget MISSION STATEMENT: To assist referred youth in becoming productive, law abiding citizens, while promoting public safety and victim restoration. Dr. Terry S. Smith Executive Director/Chief of Juvenile Probation THE JOB ISNT FINISHED THERES MORE WORK TO BE DONE! PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA 2 | P a g e Dear Juvenile Board Members: After years of difficult cuts, Dallas Countys Fiscal Picture is stable, bright, and moving forward. This stability is thanks to a Commissioners Court and County Administration who were courageous in making tough budget decisions for the long-term, making prudent financial decisions in the short term, as well as sacrifices made by our employees that have included pay freezes, and austerity measures implemented by the Juvenile Department in the use of financial, capital, and human resources. Municipal, County, and State Governments still face an uncertain economic recovery and unknown impacts from both the federal sequester and potentially from state budget cuts. Despite those external uncertainties, this budget preserves and prioritizes badly needed direct services that reflect our Departments values of putting YOUTH FIRST. We continue the critical work of diverting youth from further penetration into the Juvenile Justice System, ensuring that youth in the Academy for Academic Excellence and the JJAEP receive first class instruction, being ever vigilant to keep the community safe, and providing increased vocational and career options for the older youth we serve. Additionally, we continue to focus on our special needs populations by adding gender specific diversion courts as alternatives to incarceration. Furthermore, this budget reflects equally important county values like reducing costs and spending taxpayer money wisely, investing in the future, increasing sustainability and working with our community partners. The Countys difficult budgets the past several years have been hard for the whole community. Those challenging years forced us to think more strategically and to find operating efficiencies that are now deeply embedded in the Juvenile Departments financial practices. We will continue on this path in the years ahead by seeking alternative service delivery options, creative evidenced-based programs, and partnerships with the private sector as well as non-profit and community restorative justice partners. Our goal is to provide the best possible services for our youth, and their families in conjunction with expending the best use of taxpayer dollars. The FY 2014 budget reflects the clear fact that in spite of the progress the Juvenile Department has made, theres still more work to be done in order to meet the myriad of challenges our youth and families face in Dallas County, while simultaneously exercising proper stewardship of public dollars. Putting Youth First! John A. Heath Assistant Executive Director 3 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget Three Year Summary 4 | P a g e ExpenditureFY 2012 ActualFY 2013 AppropriationFY 2014 ProposedChange from FY 13 General Fund 44,271,289 45,590,458 47,160,237 1,569,779State Aid 10,790,746 10,790,746 10,790,746 0AEC Foundation 15,000 15,000 15,000 0Gov. Office 483,123 483,123 483,123 0Educational Aid 8,955,146 10,309,086 8,596,469 (1,712,617)Total 64,515,304 67,188,413 67,045,575 (142,838)Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentThree Year SummaryFY 20145 | P a g e Dallas County Juvenile Department Three Year Summary FY 2014 Expenditure FY 2012 Actual FY 2013 Appropriation FY 2014 Proposed Change from FY 13 General Fund 44,271,289 45,590,458 47,160,237 1,569,779 State Aid 10,790,746 10,790,746 10,790,746 0 AEC Foundation 15,000 15,000 15,000 0 Gov. Office 483,123 483,123 483,123 0 Educational Aid 8,955,146 10,309,086 8,596,469 (1,712,617) Total 64,515,304 67,188,413 67,045,575 (142,838) 6 | P a g e Full Time Part Time FTE's FY 2014 Proposed Dallas County Juvenile Department Three Year Summary FY 2014 FTE FY 2012 Actual FY 2013 Appropriation FY 2014 Proposed Change from FY 13 Full Time 939 948 948 0 Part Time 160 149 149 0 Total 1,099 1,097 1,097 0 7 | P a g e . FY 2014 Proposed Budget 5110Juvenile Administration 8 | P a g e FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 ChangeActual Budget Proposed from FY20131010 Salary Official 140,000 166,178 166,178 - 1020 Salary Assistants 8,622,961 9,864,265 9,864,265 - 1025 Supplemental Pay - - - 1050 Salaries Overtime 81 - - - 1060 Salary Extra Help 125,319 165,917 165,917 - 1080 Mileage Reimbursement 198,643 160,000 198,643 38,643 1090 Salary Lag - (254,395) (254,395) - 1111 FICA 511,352 620,612 620,612 - 1112 Medicare 120,179 145,143 145,143 - 1113 PARS 182 - - - 1120 Sick Leave Payout 30,961 - - - 1140 Insurance Employer 1,678,515 1,845,000 1,845,000 - 1150 Retirement 880,279 1,061,046 1,061,046 - 1190 Workers Compensation 129,756 - - - TOTAL SALARY & FRINGE 12,438,230 13,773,766 13,812,409 - 2050 Conference Travel - 4,248 4,248 - 2080 Dues & Subscriptions 150 150 150 - 2090 Property Less than $5000 239 1,680 18,023 16,343 2150 Licenses & Permit fees - 3,850 3,850 - 2155 Notary / Bond Fees 255 340 340 - 2160 Office Supplies 26,426 50,110 50,110 - 2170 Postage & Freight 23,800 30,621 30,621 - 2180 Printing Expense 3,975 12,000 30,000 18,000 2230 DDA - Spendable Balance 422 1,807 10,000 8,193 2460 Training Fees - 3,676 4,000 324 2590 County Auto Maintenance 8,163 5,000 5,000 - 2640 Office Equipment Maintenance 21,388 8,667 8,667 - 2720 Janitorial Supplies - 150 150 - 2840 Laboratory Supplies 13,138 85,000 85,000 - 2950 Books & Supplements 4,132 4,300 4,300 - 2960 Training Supplies 6,428 15,000 15,000 - 3090 Reporting Vital Statistics 3,000 3,000 3,000 - 3095 Fuel 15,832 10,740 10,740 - 4010 Business Travel 436 - 500 500 5050 Juvenile Groceries 3,580 3,580 3,580 - 5590 Other Professional Fees 51,156 52,600 68,305 15,705 6130 Court Interpreters 24,773 25,000 25,000 - 7010 Rental Buildings 309,067 345,850 345,850 - 7020 Rental Copiers 35,184 35,184 35,184 - 7213 Cellular Phones - 30,240 30,240 - 7541 General Liability - 1,600 1,600 - 8610 Special Equipment - - 1,200 1,200 8620 Vehicles 129,637 - - - 8640 Computer Softw are - - 1,770 1,770 TOTAL OPERATING 681,184 730,146 796,428 66,283 8950 Total Depreciation 10,727 - - - 5020 Day Treatment Program 1,115,587 2,090,745 2,090,745 - 5040 Residential Placement 2,095,864 2,222,215 2,222,215 - 5070 Long-Term Foster Care 204,967 167,181 167,181 - TOTAL PLACEMENT 3,416,418 4,480,142 4,480,142 - TOTAL OPERATING AND PLACEMENT 4,108,329 5,210,287 5,276,570 TOTAL 16,546,560 18,984,053 19,088,979 104,926 Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentJuvenile Administration - 5110 BudgetFY2014Expense CodeJUVENILE - ADMINISTRATION9 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget 5114Detention Center 10 | P a g e Expense FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 ChangeCode Actual Budget Proposed from FY 20131020 Salaries - Assistant 8,063,168 9,297,387 9,302,101 4,7141025 Supplemental Pay 7,240 - - - 1050 Salaries - Overtime 1,983 - - - 1060 Extra Help Expenditures 529,418 701,500 698,430 (3,070)1080 Mileage Reimbursement 1,697 2,200 2,200 - 1090 Salary Lag - (232,435) (232,553) (118)1111 FICA 500,870 576,438 605,330 28,8921112 Medicare 117,277 134,812 141,569 6,7571113 PARS 123 - - - 1120 Sick Leave Payoff 3,051 - - - 1140 Insurance Employer 1,628,015 2,058,200 2,058,200 - 1150 Retirement - Employers Share 846,494 985,523 1,054,445 68,9221190 Workers Compensation 82,279 - - - Total Salaries & Fringes 11,781,615 13,523,625 13,629,722 106,0972090 Property Under $5,000 5,997 - 20,173 20,1732150 License and Fee Permits - 42 - (42)2155 Notary Fees - - - - 2160 Office Supplies 23,717 24,500 24,500 - 2170 Postage & Freight 2,434 5,000 5,000 - 2180 Printing Expense 1,240 1,850 1,850 - 2440 Classroom Training 180 8,474 8,474 - 2540 Groceries 413,114 460,125 460,125 - 2545 Household Utensils & Supplies 32,602 32,400 32,400 - 2550 Detention Supplies 41,261 36,000 36,000 - 2590 County Vehicle Maintenance 7,461 4,500 4,500 - 2640 Maintenance Office Equipment 3,215 1,540 1,540 - 2690 Hardw are & Electrical Supplies 50 200 200 - 2720 Janitor Supplies 49,967 30,000 30,000 - 2920 Drugs, Medicine & Sanitary Supply 25,649 28,000 28,000 - 2930 Photo Supplies 599 2,000 (2,000)2960 Training Supplies 73 - 2,000 2,0002970 Uniforms - - 1,000 1,0003095 Fuel Cost 8,615 9,000 9,000 - 5050 Juvenile Groceries 76,931 76,500 89,795 13,2955080 School Expense & Supplies - 1,400 1,400 - 5590 Professional Services 12,484 11,400 17,082 5,6826550 Ambulance Service - - - - 7020 Rental Copiers 18,498 21,000 21,000 - 7213 Cellular Phones - - 720 720Total Operating Expenses 724,087 753,931 794,759 40,8288610 Special Equipment - - 10,200 10,200Grand Total 12,505,702 14,277,556 14,434,681 157,125Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentDetention Center - 5114 BudgetFY2014Detention Center11 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget 5115Hill Center 12 | P a g e 1020 Salaries - Assistant 1,370,831 1,536,742 1,536,742 - 1025 Supplemental pay 1,600 - - - 1050 Salaries - Overtime 2,799 - - - 1060 Extra Help 77,092 75,000 75,000 - 1080 Mileage Reimbursement 83 1,000 1,000 - 1090 Salary Lag - (38,419) (38,419) -1111 FICA 83,539 95,278 97,546 2,2681112 Medicare 19,674 22,283 22,813 5301113 PARS 122 - - - 1120 Sick Leave Payoff 1,112 - - - 1140 Insurance Employer 279,943 319,800 319,800 - 1150 Retirement - Employers Share 142,331 162,895 169,919 7,024 1190 Workers Compensation 16,427 - - - Total Salaries & Fringes 1,995,553 2,174,579 2,184,402 9,8222090 Property Less that $5000 - - 9,000 9,000 2150 Licenses and Permits - - - - 2155 Notary Fees - - 85 85 2160 Office Supplies 2,438 2,300 2,300 - 2170 Postage & Freight 361 125 125 - 2180 Printing Expense - - - - 2440 Classroom Training - 799 799 - 2545 Household Utensils & Supplies 118 400 400 - 2550 Detention Supplies 3,255 3,500 4,000 500 2640 Maintenance Office Equipment - 250 250 - 2720 Janitor Supplies 5,451 5,300 5,300 - 2920 Drugs, Medicine & Sanitary Supplies 1,047 1,200 1,200 - 2960 Training Supplies 156 450 450 - 2970 Uniforms - - - - 5080 School Expense & Supplies - 200 200 - 7020 Rental Copiers 2,722 2,120 2,120 - Total Operating Expenses 15,548 16,644 26,229 9,585 Grand Total 2,011,100 2,191,223 2,210,630 19,407 Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentHill Center - 5115 BudgetFY2014Expense CodeHill CenterFY2012 ActualFY2013 BudgetFY2014 ProposedChange from FY201313 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget 5116Letot Center 14 | P a g e 1010 Salaries and Fringe - - - - 1020 Salaries - Assistant 2,219,222 2,035,334 2,040,048 4,714 1025 Supplemental Pay - - - - 1050 Salaries - Overtime - - - - 1060 Salaries - Extra Help 135,967 135,967 135,967 - 1080 Mileage Reimbursement 3,200 3,200 3,200 - 1090 Salary Lag (55,480) (50,883) (50,883) - 1111 FICA 137,592 126,191 126,191 - 1112 Medicare 32,179 29,512 29,512 - 1113 PARS - - - - 1120 Sick Leave Payoff - - - - 1140 Insurance -Employer 401,800 401,800 401,800 - 1150 Fringe Benefits Retirement-Emp 221,922 215,745 215,745 - 1190 Workers Compensation - County - - - - - Total Salaries & Fringe 3,096,402 2,896,866 2,901,580 4,714 - 2150 License & Permit Fees 52 52 350 298 2155 Notary /Bonds Fees - - - - 2160 Office Supplies 8,000 8,701 8,701 - 2170 Postage & Freight 400 400 900 500 2180 Printing / Imaging Expense 830 830 830 - 2440 Classroom Training 740 740 990 250 2540 Groceries 185,975 45,167 47,000 1,833 2545 Household Utensils 7,740 7,911 7,911 0 2550 Detention Supplies 4,500 5,188 5,188 - 2590 County Auto Maintenance 4,856 4,856 4,856 - 2640 Maintenance Office Equipment 350 350 350 - 2720 Janitorial Supplies 4,500 4,622 4,622 0 2920 Drug & Medical Supplies 1,000 1,000 1,000 - 2960 Training Supplies 1,080 1,880 1,880 - 3095 Fuel 1,500 1,500 3,636 2,136 5050 Juvenile Groceries 9,525 9,685 10,255 570 5080 School/Recreation Expense 400 400 480 80 5590 Other Professional Fees - - 3,120 3,120 7020 Equipment Rental 3,400 3,759 3,170 (589) 7213 Cellular Phones 960 960 480 (480) 8610 Special Equipment - - 1,200 1,200 Total Operating Expenses 235,808 98,000 106,919 8,919 TOTAL 3,332,210 2,994,866 3,008,499 13,633 Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentLetot Center - 5116 BudgetFY 2014Expense CodeLetotFY2012 BudgetFY2013 BudgetFY2014ProposedChange from FY 201315 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget 5117Youth Village 16 | P a g e Expense FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Change Code Actual Budget Proposed from FY20131020 Salaries - Assistant 2,085,329 2,304,994 2,338,232 33,238 1025 Supplemental Pay 2,080 - - - 1050 Salaries - Overtime - - - - 1060 Extra Help 124,170 189,423 189,591 168 1080 Mileage Reimbursement 5,113 8,500 8,500 - 1090 Salary Lag 0 (57,625) (58,456) - 1111 FICA 128,752 142,910 156,725 13,815 1112 Medicare 30,111 33,422 33,422 - 1113 PARS - - - - 1120 Sick Leave Payoff 2,261 - - - 1140 Insurance Employer 431,533 492,000 574,000 82,000 1150 Retirement - Employers Share 218,690 244,329 252,529 8,200 1190 Workers Compensation 23,753 - - Total Salaries & Fringes 3,051,792 3,357,953 3,497,774 139,821 2090 Property Under $5000 - - - - 2150 License & Permit Fees 52 52 - (52) 2155 Notary Fees - - - - 2160 Office Supplies 6,836 8,804 8,800 (4) 2170 Postage 695 1,400 1,400 - 2180 Printing Expense - 100 100 - 2440 Classroom Training - 740 740 - 2540 Groceries 193,525 185,975 186,938 963 2545 Household Utensils & Supplies 5,214 7,740 7,740 - 2550 Detention Supplies 3,670 4,500 4,500 - 2590 County Auto Maintenance 899 5,000 5,000 - 2640 Maintenance Office Equip 1,000 1,248 1,248 - 2690 Hardw are & Electrical Supplies - 500 500 - 2720 Janitorial Supplies 6,545 8,813 7,243 (1,570) 2760 Ground Maintenance - 3,650 3,650 - 2920 Drugs, Medicine & Sanitary Supply 1,443 3,720 3,720 - 2960 Training Supplies 603 1,000 1,000 - 3095 Fuel 5,274 16,668 15,618 (1,050) 5050 Groceries 41,377 36,223 37,821 1,598 5080 School Expense & Supplies 73 2,000 2,000 - 5590 Other Professional Fees 3,445 4,320 4,320 - 6550 EMS Service - - - - 7020 Rental Equipment 3,163 2,419 2,619 200 7213 Cellular Phones - 480 480 - Total Operating Expenses 273,814 295,352 295,437 85 Total 3,325,606 3,653,305 3,793,211 139,906 Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentYouth Village - 5117 Budget FY 2014Youth Village17 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget 5118Medlock Center 18 | P a g e Expense FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Change Code Actual Budget Proposed from FY20131020 Salaries - Assistant 2,130,773 2,962,138 3,095,090 132,952 1025 Supplemental Pay 2,240 - - - 1050 Salaries - Overtime - - - - 1060 Extra Help 70,242 179,804 306,808 127,004 1080 Mileage Reimbursement 3,975 4,500 4,500 - 1090 Salary Lag - (74,053) (77,377) - 1111 FICA 128,098 183,653 210,918 27,265 1112 Medicare 29,992 42,951 49,328 6,377 1120 Sick leave Payoff 118 - - - 1140 Insurance Employer 401,895 623,200 631,400 8,200 1150 Retirement - Employers Share 215,932 313,987 334,270 20,283 1190 Workers Compensation 21,112 - - - Total Salaries & Fringes 3,004,377 4,236,180 4,554,937 2090 Property Under $5000 - - 3,094 3,094 2150 License & Permit Fees 52 52 - (52) 2155 Notary Fees 84 - - - 2160 Office Supplies 8,200 7,500 7,500 - 2170 Postage 1,447 1,426 1,426 - 2180 Printing Expense 29 100 100 - 2440 Classroom Training - 990 990 - 2545 Household Utensils & Supplies 2,500 4,000 4,000 - 2550 Detention Supplies 12,158 11,800 11,800 - 2590 County Auto Maintenance 92 500 500 - 2640 Maintenance Office Equipment - 198 198 - 2690 Hardw are and Electrical Supplies - - - - 2760 Ground Maintenance - 3,500 3,500 - 2720 Janitor Supplies 9,151 10,825 10,704 (121) 2920 Drugs, Medicine & Sanitary Supply 1,443 - 4,464 4,464 2960 Training Supplies 580 1,328 1,328 - 3095 Fuel 1,782 3,332 3,122 (210) 5050 Groceries 41,377 4,500 4,500 - 5080 School Expense & Supplies 73 1,000 1,000 - 5590 Other Professional Fees 5,045 5,760 5,760 - 6550 EMS Service - - - - 7020 Rental Equipment 4,546 4,516 4,516 - 7213 Cellular Phones - 540 540 - 8610 Special Equipment - - 1,200 1,200 Total Operating Expenses 88,559 61,867 70,242 8,375 Grand Total 3,092,937 4,174,313 4,625,179 338,831 Dallas County Juvenile DepartmentMedlock - 5118 BudgetFY2014Medlock Center19 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget All County Budget with Grants 20 | P a g e FY2014 Budget with Juvenile and Grants RSAT FVIP Mental Health Drug Court JCMS AECF-JDAI STATE AIDSpecial NeedsComm. Red. Program7006 7016 7017 7012 7302 7800 7108 7116 7125Grant-M Grant-C1010 Salary Official 166,178 - - - - - - - - 166,178 1020 Salary 28,176,478 121,076 - 41,267 91,611 42,099 - 3,298,000 147,409 63,288 31,981,228 1025 Stipend - - - - - - 976,760 - - 976,760 1060 Extra Help 1,571,713 - - 18,512 - - - - - - 1,590,225 1080 Mileage 218,043 - - - 900 - - 146,431 21,000 1,500 387,874 1090 Salary Lag (712,082) - - - - - - - - - (712,082)1111 FICA 1,817,322 7,507 - 3,706 5,679 2,610 - 204,476 9,139 3,924 2,054,363 1112 Medicare 422,269 1,756 - 867 1,329 610 - 47,821 2,137 918 477,707 1140 Insurance 5,830,200 24,600 - 8,200 16,400 8,200 - 910,200 32,800 8,200 6,838,800 1150 Retirement 3,087,954 12,108 - 4,128 9,162 4,210 - 329,800 14,299 6,329 3,467,989 1190 Workers Comp 5,268 - 3,320 5,443 2,710 - 196,070 5,047 3,332 221,190 2050 Conference Travel 4,248 - - - - - - - - - 4,248 2080 Dues & Subscriptions 150 - - - - - - - - - 150 2090 Property Under $ 5,000 50,290 - - - - - - - - - 50,290 2093 Computer Hardw are - - 730 - - - - - - - 730 2095 Computer Hardw are - - 270 - - - - - - - 270 2150 License & Permit Fees 4,200 - - - - - - - - - 4,200 2155 Notary Bond Fees 425 - - - - - - - - - 425 2160 Office Supplies 101,911 - - - - - 500 23,000 1,600 10,057 137,068 2170 Postage 39,472 - - - - - 500 - - - 39,972 2180 Printing Services 32,880 - - - - - - 3,813 - - 36,693 2230 DDA - Spendable Balance 11,807 - - - - - - - - - 11,807 2440 Classroom Training 3,519 - - - - - - 3,519 2460 Conf.& Travel/Training Suppl 12,474 - - - 1,600 - 1,500 17,000 4,657 - 37,231 2540 Groceries-Other 694,063 - - - - - - - - 694,063 2545 Household Utensils 52,451 - - - - 52,451 2550 Clothing/Det. Supplies 61,488 - - - - - - 4,950 - 5,000 71,438 2590 County Auto Maint. 19,856 - - - - - - - - - 19,856 2640 Off. Equip. Maint. 12,253 - - - - - - - - - 12,253 2690 Hardw are & Electrical 700 - - - - - 700 2720 Janitorial Supplies 58,019 - - - - - - - - - 58,019 2760 Ground Maint. 7,150 - - - 7,150 2810 Groceries-Other - - - - - - 500 - - - 500 2840 Lab Supplies 85,000 - - - 2,078 - - - - - 87,078 2920 Pharmacy 38,384 - - - - - - 3,500 - 25,000 66,884 2950 Books & Supplements 4,300 - - - - - - - - - 4,300 2960 Training Supplies 21,658 - - - - - - - - - 21,658 2970 Uniforms 1,000 - - - - - - - - - 1,000 3090 Reporting Vital Statistics 3,000 - - - - - - - - - 3,000 3095 Fuel 42,116 - - - - - - 20,000 - - 62,116 4010 Business Travel 500 - - - - - - 20,000 - - 20,500 4210 Grant onference Travel - - - - 2,500 - - - - - 2,500 5020 Non-Res. Svcs 2,090,745 - - - - - - 847,307 - 159,508 3,097,560 5030 Electronic Monitoring - - - - - - - 241,017 - - 241,017 5040 Residential Serv 2,222,215 - - - - - - 966,530 - 1,829,455 5,018,200 5050 Juv. Groceries 145,951 - - - - - - - - - 145,951 5070 Foster Care Serv 167,181 - - - - - - 6,012 - - 173,193 5080 Kids Travel/School/Rec. 5,080 - - - - - - 24,750 - - 29,830 5095 Doctor & Hospital - - - - - - - 2,000 - 25,650 27,650 5140 Bus Passes - - 2,000 - - - - - - 5,000 7,000 5190 Testing Exp. - - - - - - - 69,186 - 45,197 114,383 5514 Outside Auditors - - - - - - - 14,000 - - 14,000 5590 Professional Serv 98,587 - 73,736 - - - 12,000 223,267 - - 407,590 6095 Court appointed Referee - - - - 8,280 - - - - - 8,280 6130 Court Interpreters 25,000 - - - - - - - - - 25,000 6620 Other Contracts - - 1,665 - - - - - - - 1,665 7010 Rental Buildings 345,850 - - - - - - - - - 345,850 7020 Rental Copiers 68,609 - - - - - - - - - 68,609 7213 Cellular Phone 32,460 - - - - - - - 1,500 - 33,960 7541 Gen. Liability 1,600 - - - - - - - - - 1,600 7960 Indirect Cost - - 1,548 - - - - - - - 1,548 8610 Special Eqipment 13,800 - - - - - - - - - 13,800 8620 Vehicles - - - - - - - - - - - 8630 Computer Hardw are - - - - 8,889 - - - - - 8,889 8640 Computer Softw are 1,770 - - - - 55,282 - - - - 57,052 Total 47,160,237 172,314 79,949 80,000 153,871 115,722 15,000 8,595,890 239,588 2,192,357 58,804,928 Expense CodeCounty Description All County Total21 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget Academy For Academic Excellence 22 | P a g e Projected Expenditures Projected RevenueProjected Expenditures 7,199,979 Total Expenditures 7,199,979 Projected Revenue 7,199,978 Total Revenue 7,199,978 Projected Excess Revenue -DALLAS COUNTY ACADEMY FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCEFY 2014 Expenditures vs. RevenueProposed Budget Request23 | P a g e 2012 2013 2013 2013 2014Fed County Expense Name Actual Original Amendment Projected Proposed VarianceCode Code Expenditures Budget # 3 Expenditures Budget + / -6100 1020 Salary 4,294,331 4,928,047 4,995,155 4,995,155 4,310,192 (684,963)6100 1025 Stipend 98,784 119,500 118,500 118,500 137,300 18,8006100 1050 Salary - over time 1,231 0 0 0 0 06100 1060 Salary - Substitute Teacher 335,084 164,146 179,015 179,015 148,467 (30,548)6100 1111 FICA 274,579 310,782 327,039 327,039 350,295 23,2566100 1112 Medicare 64,795 75,538 76,485 76,485 66,396 (10,089)6100 1113 Pars 736 2,779 3,558 3,558 2,245 (1,313)6100 1120 Sick Leave Pay 898 0 0 0 0 06100 1140 Insurance 728,350 951,200 947,100 947,100 828,200 (118,900)6100 1150 Retirement 360,946 499,798 569,679 569,679 494,534 (75,145)6100 1160 Umemployment Insurance 74,886 0 0 0 06100 1190 Workers Comp. 7,363 13,031 13,227 13,227 11,485 (1,742)Total Salary 6,241,983 7,064,821 7,229,758 7,229,758 6,349,114 (880,644)6400 1080 Mileage Local 9,718 19,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 06200 2010 Advertising 0 100 600 600 500 (100)6400 2050 Training In-County 19,795 25,000 10,750 10,750 17,000 6,2506400 2080 Dues & Subscription 3,701 12,000 7,348 7,348 4,600 (2,748)6300 2090 Furniture & Equip < $5000 7,106 5,000 48,340 48,340 28,000 (20,340)6300 2093 Computer Hardw are 163,837 9,000 319,000 319,000 36,209 (282,791)6300 2095 Computer Softw are 149,294 135,473 147,000 147,000 102,000 (45,000)6300 2150 License 98 0 16,500 16,500 102,969 86,4696300 2160 Office Supplies 33,309 49,873 46,567 46,567 47,103 5366300 2170 Postage 4,237 2,500 3,500 3,500 3,246 (254)6300 2180 Printing 138 100 100 100 100 06400 2460 Training Out Of County 57,628 56,000 108,813 108,813 73,328 (35,485)6300 2540 Food 17,202 15,000 20,000 20,000 30,000 10,0006200 2640 Maintenance Building 68 500 500 500 0 (500)6200 2670 Maintenance Office Equipment 1,359 10,000 10,000 10,000 1,400 (8,600)6300 2950 Text Books 1,155 448 0 0 0 06300 3095 Fuel 50,944 1,500 1,500 1,500 0 (1,500)6200 4430 Employee's Tuition Refund 0 5,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 06300 5080 School Supply 0 55,305 87,000 87,000 66,790 (20,210)6400 5140 SAU School Bus 212,532 147,575 197,904 197,904 40,000 (157,904)6400 5140 DRC Bus Passes 80,268 19,750 19,750 19,750 40,000 20,2506200 5514 Outside Auditors 47,000 47,000 47,000 47,000 47,000 06200 5590 Contracted Services 71,247 31,000 31,500 31,500 23,500 (8,000)6200 5590 Sp Ed Contracted Services 0 20,000 25,000 25,000 3,000 (22,000)6200 5590 Dyslexia 0 500 500 500 0 (500)6200 5590 Campus Improv. Team Member 0 0 0 0 0 06200 5590 IT Service 0 500 500 500 0 (500)6200 5590 SES 0 0 0 0 0 06200 5590 Region 10 19,425 20,500 19,425 19,425 20,551 1,1266200 5590 JDO and Sheriff 0 65,000 65,000 65,000 65,440 4406200 5590 Legal Fees 0 0 0 0 0 06200 5590 Background Checks 0 500 500 500 500 06200 6130 Interpreter Services 0 10,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 06200 6520 Contracted Maintenance 1,830 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 06300 6522 Tw o Way Radios 0 0 0 0 0 06200 7010 Building Rent at JJAEP 63,413 63,855 74,400 74,400 55,429 (18,971)6200 7020 Equipment Copier 22,935 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 06200 7213 Cell Phones 597 500 500 500 200 (300)6300 7541 Insurance for Board 11,524 12,000 12,000 12,000 12,000 06300 8414 Equip over $5,000 0 0 0 0 0 07960 Indirect Cost 14,137 0 0 0 0Total Operating 1,064,495 856,479 1,351,497 1,351,497 850,865 (500,632)Total Salary & Operating 7,306,478 7,921,300 8,581,255 8,581,255 7,199,979 (1,381,276)Dallas County Academy For Academic Excellence Year to Year VariationFY 2014 Proposed Budget24 | P a g e DALLAS COUNTY ACADEMY FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE FY 2014 Proposed Budget By Function 7500 7502 7509 7506 7503 7511Fed County Expense Name State Aid Title I, A Title I, D IDEA B Title II, A Title III, A TotalCode Code SSA SSA SSAProjected Revenue:90% of Final 2012 -13 Revenues 5,300,000$ 463,763$ 1,198,195$ 154,592$ 71,942$ 11,486$ 7,199,978$ Projected Expenditures:6100 1020 Salary 3,262,683 213,506 749,463 84,540 0 0 4,310,1926100 1025 Supplemental Pay 101,500 6,000 18,000 5,000 6,800 0 137,3006100 1050 Salary - over time 0 0 0 0 0 0 06100 1060 Salary - Substitute Teacher 138,325 0 0 0 10,142 0 148,4676100 1090 Salary Lag 0 0 0 0 0 0 06100 1111 FICA 267,942 16,792 58,711 6,850 0 0 350,2956100 1112 Medicare 50,786 3,183 11,128 1,298 0 0 66,3966100 1113 Pars 1,081 0 0 1,164 0 0 2,2456100 1140 Insurance 619,100 41,000 151,700 16,400 0 0 828,2006100 1150 Retirement 378,271 23,707 82,886 9,670 0 0 494,5346100 1190 Workers Comp. 8,794 549 1,919 224 0 0 11,485Total Salary 4,828,481 304,737 1,073,807 125,146 16,942 0 6,349,1146400 1080 Mileage 7,000 7,0006200 2010 Advertising 500 5006400 2050 Conference 1,000 10,000 0 5,000 1,000 17,0006400 2080 Dues & Subscription 2,900 1,000 200 500 4,6006300 2090 Furniture & Equip < $500 5,000 20,000 3,000 0 28,0006300 2093 Computer Hardw are 10,000 22,209 2,000 0 2,000 36,2096300 2095 Computer softw are 50,000 50,000 0 2,000 102,0006300 2150 License 150 101,319 1,500 102,9696300 2160 Office Supplies 33,786 1,817 5,000 1,000 5,000 500 47,1036300 2170 Postage 3,000 246 3,2466300 2180 Printing 100 1006400 2460 Training 20,000 20,000 9,342 1,000 20,000 2,986 73,3286300 2540 Food 30,000 30,0006200 2640 Maintenance 0 06200 2670 Fax & Scantron Machine Maint 1,400 1,4006300 2950 Textbooks 0 06300 3095 Fuel 0 06200 4430 Employee's Tuition 0 2,000 2,0006300 5080 School Supplies 18,563 25,000 2,727 500 20,000 66,7906400 5140 SAU School Bus (Dart Bus Passes) 40,000 40,0006400 5140 DRC & Transition Bus Passes 40,000 40,0006200 5514 Audit 47,000 47,0006200 5590 Contracted Services 3,500 20,000 23,5006200 5590 Sp Ed Contracted Services 3,000 3,0006200 5590 Dyslexia 06200 5590 Campus Improv. Team Member 06200 5590 IT Service 06200 5590 SES 06200 5590 Region 10 5,551 10,000 2,500 2,500 20,5516200 5590 SRO/Sheriff 's Deputy 65,440 65,4406200 5590 Background Checks 500 5006200 6130 Interpreter Services 5,000 5,0006200 6520 Contracted Maintenance 1,000 1,0006300 6522 Tw o-Way Radios 06200 7010 Building Rent at JJAEP 55,429 55,4296200 7020 Equipment Copier 15,000 15,0006200 7213 Cell Phones 200 2006300 7541 Insurance for Board 12,000 12,0006300 8414 Items over $5000 0Total Operating 471,519 159,026 124,388 29,446 55,000 11,486 850,865Total Salary & Operating 5,300,000 463,763 1,198,195 154,592 71,942 11,486 7,199,979(0) 0 (0) (0) 0 (0) (0) 25 | P a g e DALLAS COUNTY ACADEMY FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCEFY 2014 Proposed BudgetBy Grant7500 State Aid, $5,300,000 7502 Title I, A SSA, $463,763 7509 Title I, D, $1,198,195 7506 IDEA B, $154,592 7503 Title II, A SSA, $71,942 7511 Title III, A SSA, $11,486 FY 2014 Revenues by Grant 6100 Salaries & Benefits, $6,349,114 6200 Contracted & Professional Services, $259,491 6300 Supplies & Materials, $428,417 6400 Other Operating Cost, $339,832 FY 2014 Expenditures by Grant 26 | P a g e Payroll by Function Expenditures Totals11 Instruction 4,101,525 13 Curriculum & Staff Dev. - 21 Instructional Leadership 135,069 23 School Leadership 797,107 31 Evaluation & Assessment 546,806 34 Transportation - 35 Foodservice - 41 Administration 596,065 51 Plant Maintenance - 53 Data Processing 172,541 Total Payroll 6,349,114 Operations by Function11 6200 5590 Contracted Services - 11 6300 2090 Furniture & Equip < $500 28,000 11 6300 2093 Computer Hardw are 36,209 11 6300 2095 Computer softw are 102,000 11 6300 2150 License 102,969 11 6300 2160 Office Supplies 47,103 11 6300 2170 Postage 3,246 11 6300 2180 Printing 100 11 6300 2950 Textbooks - 11 6300 5080 School Supplies 66,790 11 6300 8414 Items over $5000 - 386,417 13 6200 5590 Contracted Serv 23,500 13 6200 5590 Campus Improv Team Member - 13 6200 5590 Region 10 20,551 13 6400 2050 Conference 17,000 13 6400 2080 Dues & Subscription 4,600 13 6400 2460 Training 73,328 138,979 23 6200 1080 Mileage 7,000 23 6200 2010 Advertising 500 23 6200 4430 Employee's Tuition 2,000 23 6200 5514 Audit 47,000 56,500 31 6200 5590 Sp Ed Contracted Services 3,000 31 6200 5590 Dyslexia - 31 6200 6130 Interpreter Services 5,000 8,000 34 6400 5140 SAU School Bus 40,000 34 6400 5140 DRC & Transition Bus Passes 40,000 34 6411 3095 Fuel - 80,000 35 6300 2540 Food 30,000 30,000 41 6200 5590 IT Service - 41 6200 7213 Cell Phones 200 41 6300 6522 Tw o-Way Radios - 41 6300 7541 Insurance for Board 12,000 12,200 51 6200 2640 Maintenance - 51 6200 2670 Fax & Santron Machine Maint 1,400 51 6200 5590 Background Checks 500 51 6200 6520 Contracted Maintenance 1,000 51 6200 7010 Building Rent at JJAEP 55,429 51 6200 7020 Equipment Copier 15,000 73,329 52 6200 5590 SRO/ Sherriff 's Deputy 65,440 65,440 850,865 Total Operating 850,865 Total Salary & Operating 7,199,979 DALLAS COUNTY ACADEMY FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCEFY 2014 Proposed Budget By Function 27 | P a g e DALLAS COUNTY ACADEMY FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE FY 2014 Proposed Budget Change in Positions by Grant 2012 - 2013 2013 - 2014 7500 7502 7509 7506 7500 7502 7509 7506 Position Name State Aid Title I Title I IDEA - B Total State Aid Title I Title I IDEA - B Total Part A Part D Part A Part D Assistant Campus Administrator 5 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 0 4 Accountant ll 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Admin Analyst 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 3 Behavior Intervention 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5 0 0.5 Campus Administrator 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Caseworker II 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 Clerk I 9 0 0 0 9 8 0 0 0 8 Clerk II 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Computer Lab Assistant 3 0 2 0 5 3 0 1 0 4 Data Controller 2 0 4 0 6 2 0 3 0 5 Diagnostician 2 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 2 Director Special Education 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Education Service Administrator 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Education Assessment Coordinator 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Education Information Coordinator 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Grant Writer 0.5 0 0 0 0.5 0.5 0 0 0 0.5 Instructional Manager 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Instructional Specialist 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 Office Support 4 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 3 Financial Operations Manager 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Professional Support 15 0 0 0 15 11 0 0 0 11 Program Manager II 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Teacher 52 4 8 0 64 39 4 9 2 54 Teacher Assistant / Aid 6 1 1 2 10 5 1 1 0 7 Total 110.5 5 19 3 137.5 89.5 5 18.5 2 115 28 | P a g e DALLAS COUNTY ACADEMY FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE FY 2014 Proposed Budget Budget Additions and Reductions Grant Description Position Justification Financial Impact Title I, Part D 7509 Reclassification of pay grade Data Controller Increase in work scope 8,617 Create 2 Teacher positions Teacher Create due to a change in education program 107,281 Create .50 Behavior Intervention position Behavior Intervention Create due to a change in education program 17,238 Defund vacant Teacher position Teacher Decrease due to education need (53,635) Defund vacant Computer Lab Assistance Computer Lab Assistance Decrease due to education need (40,389) Defund vacant Caseworker II position Caseworker II Decrease due to education need (47,986) Total Salary Increase Title I, Part D (8,874) State Aid - 7500 Defund 13 vacant Teacher positions Teacher Decrease due to decrease in student enrollment (735,979) Defund vacant Clerk positions Clerk I Decrease due to decrease in student enrollment (34,316) Defund a vacant ACA position ACA Decrease due to decrease in student enrollment (59,271) Defund vacant Teacher Aid positions Teacher Aid Decrease due to decrease in student enrollment (42,063) Create stipends for 3 Lead Teacher 3 Teachers Increase in work scope 15,000 Create stipend for increase in work scope Operations Manager Increase in work scope 7,000 Create stipend for increase in work scope Accountant ll Increase in work scope 7,000 Total Reduction to State Aid 7500 (842,629) IDEA B 7506 Create 2 Teacher positions Teacher Create due to a change in education program 109,479 Defund part-time Diagnostician position Diagnostician Decrease due to education need (21,161) Defund 2 part-time Teacher Assistant position Teacher Assistant Decrease due to education need (32,032) Total Salary Increase IDEA B 56,286 Net Reductions to FY 2014 Budget (795,217) 29 | P a g e FY 2014 Proposed Budget Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program 30 | P a g e DALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMProjected Expenditures Projected RevenueProjected Expenditures 1,382,773 Total Expenditures 1,382,773 Projected Revenue 1,392,490 Total Revenue 1,392,490 Projected Excess Revenue 9,717EXPENDITURES vs. REVENUEDALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE DEPARTMENTDeletionsGrade Position Number TOTAL JustificationEE Behavior Intervention 1 (49,236) Vacant position not f illed during the 2012 -2013 school year. EE Behavior Intervention .50 (30,377) Due to funding, other half of position w ill be funded from the AAE budgetD Teacher 1 (67,537) A reduced anticipated population w ill require few er teachers. AA JDO I 1 (50,960) Reduced position due to fundingCC JDO III 1 (55,133) Reduced position due to funding6 Clerk II 1 (44,137) Reduced position due to fundingPT Paraprofessional Support 1 (29,436) Reduced position due to fundingPT Professional Support - Substitute Teacher1 (19,816) Reduced position due to fundingTotal Budget Reductions (346,631) DALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE DEPARTMENTDALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMFY 2014 CHANGE IN POSITIONS31 | P a g e Expense JJAEP FY2012 FY 2012 FY2012 FY2013 FY2013 FY2013 FY2014 VariancesCode Description Original Budget Projections Actuals Original Budget Projections Actuals Proposed (I-F)1020 Salaries 932,704 924,713 849,226 855,795 855,795 774,834 578,655 (277,140) 1025 Stipend 15,000 12,423 4,788 15,780 15,780 11,593 18,160 2,380 1050 Salaries - Overtime - - - - - 1,392 - - 1060 Sub-Teacher 38,000 74,761 57,393 71,640 71,640 28,805 92,290 20,650 1080 Mileage - - - 2,000 2,000 443 2,000 - 1111 FICA 58,758 56,911 55,824 58,479 58,479 47,743 52,717 (5,763) 1112 Medicare 14,293 13,492 13,066 13,677 13,677 11,166 9,992 (3,685) 1113 Pars 494 163 6 931 931 931 - (931) 1120 DC Sick Payoff - 46 404 - - - - - 1140 Insurance Employer 170,200 147,645 156,250 180,400 180,400 143,324 135,300 (45,100) 1150 Retirement - Employer's Share 93,642 90,647 92,645 87,157 87,157 85,924 74,423 (12,734) 1190 Worker's Compensation 2,464 5,416 5,385 2,358 2,358 5,635 1,723 (635) Total Salaries & Fringes 1,325,555 1,326,217 1,234,986 1,288,217 1,288,217 1,111,789 965,260 (322,958) 2050 Local Training-in County 1,100 - 216 1,000 1,000 - 100 (900) 2150 License - - - 1,500 1,500 - - (1,500) 2090 Property Under $5000 - - 5,051 - 897 - - 2093 Computer Hardw are 5,000 - 15,440 5,000 5,000 358 - (5,000) 2095 Computer Softw are 4,800 4,235 3,322 4,800 4,800 3,650 5,000 200 2160 Office Supplies 4,400 3,568 2,685 5,400 5,400 1,334 2,000 (3,400) 2170 Postage 2,000 1,171 824 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 - 2180 Printing Expense 1,200 - 14 1,000 1,000 500 1,000 - 2460 Out County Training 10,000 - 4,581 5,305 5,305 323 - (5,305) 2540 Meals - - - - - - - - 2590 County Auto Maintenance 1,000 1,121 360 1,000 1,000 1,200 1,500 500 2640 Building Maintenance 5,000 - - 5,000 5,000 - 1,000 (4,000) 2670 Maintenance Office Equipment 125 - 1,842 100 100 - - (100) 2720 Janitor Supplies - - - - - - - - 2770 Pest Control 350 226 360 350 350 - 1,000 650 2920 Drugs, Medicine 100 - - 100 100 - 100 - 2950 Educational Supplies 5,000 - 3,378 4,000 4,000 1,012 - (4,000) 3040 Dumpster Services 2,400 1,508 2,163 2,400 2,400 2,400 2,400 - 3095 Gasoline 800 2,155 6,457 4,000 4,000 1,500 1,486 (2,514) 5080 Recreational Supplies 100 - 48 - - - 2,000 2,000 5140 Bus Passes 500 - - - - - - - 5590 Special Ed Contracted Services 69,323 69,323 45,492 69,323 69,323 69,323 69,323 - 5590 Parkland Nurse 18,700 17,580 18,804 22,500 22,500 22,500 22,500 - 5590 Contracted Services - - - 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,000 (600) 6522 Tw o-w ay Radios 1,200 - - 1,200 1,200 - - (1,200) 6570 Janitorial Contract 33,336 35,468 30,853 33,336 33,336 33,336 33,336 - 6620 County Sheriff - - - - - - - - 7010 Building Rent 192,600 182,272 194,343 194,600 194,600 226,928 197,768 3,168 7020 Rental Equipment (copier) 2,948 1,331 6,598 5,000 5,000 2,357 5,000 - 7211 Telephones - 3,215 3,036 - 2,748 - - 7213 Cellular Phones 100 81 90 100 100 - - (100) 7230 Utilities 70,000 33,499 67,725 70,000 70,000 64,715 70,000 - Total Operating Expenses 432,082 356,752 413,682 439,614 439,614 437,681 417,513 (22,101) Grand Total 1,757,637 1,682,969 1,648,668 1,727,831 1,727,831 1,549,471 1,382,773 (345,059) DALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE DEPARTMENTDALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMFY 2014 PROPOSED BUDGET32 | P a g e JJAEP Projected Revenue FY 2012 - 2013 FY 2013 - 2014 + / - NotesProjected Student Enrollment:TJPC per diem for Mandatory:( Based on ADA of 50) 853,200$ 774,000$ (79,200)$ Number of students x $ 86 per day x 180 daysSchool per diem for Discretionary: (Based on ADA of 25) 745,776$ 466,110$ (279,666)$ Number of students x $ 103.58 per day x 180 daysTotal Student Revenue 1,598,976$ 1,240,110$ (358,866)$ Academy for Academic Excellence:DRC Rent based on sq. ft plus utilities 63,855$ 74,440$ 10,585$ Increase square footage for District and DRCDRC Building Maintance 2,500$ 2,500$ DRC Janitorial Contract 10,000$ 10,000$ Total AAE School Revenue 63,855$ 86,940$ 23,085$ Juvenile Department:Sheriff's # 2 65,000$ 65,440$ 440$ DCJJCS pay salary and benefits $ 64,440 plus $600 per year for uniform allowance (Expenses will show on charter's budget)Juvenile Co OP Fee -$ -$ -$ $ 40,000 contribution no longer available from Contract Services non- residential. ( Per Kima Letcher)Total Juvenile Department Revenue 65,000$ 65,440$ 440$ JJAEP Per Diem Income 1,598,976$ 1,240,110$ (358,866)$ AAE Charter School Fees 63,855$ 86,940$ 23,085$ Juvenile Co-Op Fee 65,000$ 65,440$ 440$ -$ Total Projected Revenue 1,727,831$ 1,392,490$ (335,341)$ DALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE DEPARTMENTDALLAS COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMFY 2014 PROJECTED REVENUES

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