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Pre-K College Readiness Career Readiness Citizenship. Seminole County Public Schools. 2012 District FCAT/End-of-Course Exams State Rankings. Rankings based on Percent Scoring Proficient. 17 Largest Districts. Math. Reading. 1 st Place Rankings. 15. Writing. Science. Algebra. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Pre-KCollege ReadinessCareer ReadinessCitizenship

Seminole County Public Schools2012 District FCAT/End-of-Course Exams State RankingsRankings based on Percent Scoring Proficient17 Largest DistrictsA plus sign (+) indicates a tieRank4th Grade 3rd+8th Grade 3rd+10th Grade 1stAll Grades 2ndRank3rd Grade 1st4th Grade 1st5th Grade 1st6th Grade 3rd7th Grade 1st+8th Grade 3rdAll Grades1stRank5th Grade 1st8th Grade 2ndAll Grades 1st+RankAll Grades1st+Rank3rd Grade 1st4th Grade 1st5th Grade 1st6th Grade 3rd7th Grade 1st8th Grade 2nd9th Grade 2+10th Grade 1st+All Grades1stReadingMathAlgebraScienceWriting1st Place Rankings15

Seminole County Public Schools Fast FactsSCPS Total Budget$651 million

SCPS Total Square Footage10,603,378 Square Feet of Building Space

SCPS Student Countas of 9/14/12 PK-12= 65,113 students

SCPS Employees7,443 Employees

SCPS Busses462 Busses

56Crooms AOITGaming and Computer Technology

7Hagerty High SchoolModeling, Simulation andAnalysis

8Lake Brantley High SchoolCFE Brantley Branch

9Lake Howell High SchoolCulinary Arts

10Lake Mary High SchoolForensic Science

11Lyman High SchoolEngineering and Technology

12Oviedo High SchoolBio-Science

13Seminole High SchoolHealth Academy

14Winter Springs High SchoolRenewable Solar Energy

Empty Seatsvs.Empty ClassroomsMillage LanguageShall Seminole County District ad valorem millage be increased by up to one mill beginning July 1, 2013, and ending not more than four (4) fiscal years later on June 30, 2017, for essential operating expenses to: preserve A rated academic, vocational, arts, and athletic programs; retain highly qualified teachers: and repair and maintain school buildings with annual reporting to the countys citizens to ensure fiscal stewardship of the funds? Seminole County Public Schools s

The state rates - known as Required Local Effort are in red. Under the Florida Education Finance Program, school districts are required to levy this tax to qualify for FEFP funding. Notice the trend has been for the state rates to increase they peaked last year 5.474 the current year state required local effort millage rate is 5.305. For the 2007-08 year this rate was 4.698.

Contrast this with the millage rates set by the School Board which have been decreasing. The proposed current year rates are 2.248 compared to 2.715 in 2007-08. School Board property tax revenues have declined by $30M - 35% over the last five years from 87M in 2007-08 to a projected 56.5M in the current budget. 18Seminole County Public Schools s

This is an interesting graph The bars represent our general fund revenue per pupil of which more than 98% is funded by the FEFP. I like this presentation because it takes out the effect of changes in enrollment on our funding and focuses our attention on the change in revenue per pupil which I think is a better measure than the change in total revenues. I also think it useful to compare revenue per pupil to what it would be if our funding had kept up with inflation. The black line at the top presents the revenue per student if it had kept pace with the rate of inflation.

School Districts have a much more difficult time in adjusting to successive reductions in funding and to the effects of inflation. Most businesses faced with declines in per unit revenues find ways to improve productivity if they can afford the investment or they cut costs or both. School Districts are faced with the twin mandates of class-size maximums and the requirement to provide services regardless of cost to students with learning disabilities. The above graph understates the effect of the funding cuts on Seminole as an ever larger portion of the budget has been consumed by teachers of core classes leaving less for other costs and yet funding per student has been in decline for the last 5 years. Mr. Harper has calculated 2,945 of our teachers teach core classes. 19Seminole County Public Schools s

Matthew 6:21 - For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.20Needs not WantsStudent Technology/Computer Based TestingVisual Arts and Performing Arts Materials 21st Century Workforce UpgradesElementary, Middle & High School Science LabsWorld LanguagesPre-KAging Facilities

Tina Calderone, ChairmanKaren Almond, Vice ChairmanDiane Bauer, MemberSylvia Pond, MemberDede Schaffner, Member

Walt Griffin, Superintendent400 East Lake Mary Blvd., Sanford FL 32773407-320-0004 walt_griffin@scps.k12.fl.usThe School Board of Seminole County

fy 2009 2010Expenditures By Function as a Percentage of Total Expenditures For Fund 100 & 431 FY 2009-2010SchoolInstructionPupil Pers.Instruct. MediaInstruct & Curriculum DevelInstruct. TrainingInstruct TechBoard of Ed.Gen. Admin.Sch. Admin.FacilitiesFiscal ServicesCentral ServicesOper. of PlantMaint. of PlantStudent TransportAdmin Tech.TotalExpend.5000610062006300640065007100720073007400750077007900810078008200District NameFY 2008-200996.0265.584.011.340.820.770.730.270.456.760.020.470.989.252.365.131.0599.99Seminole95.9266.603.951.190.730.550.620.270.486.940.040.481.088.912.434.701.03100.00Brevard97.2163.403.681.862.450.321.620.300.417.820.280.511.209.901.084.240.8999.96Lee95.6958.504.110.851.110.670.830.140.417.560.280.691.6111.742.787.880.86100.02Orange96.3761.432.611.224.230.471.580.250.377.870.710.471.378.532.774.711.3999.98Osceola96.4358.435.921.362.301.801.030.510.386.790.710.541.9310.292.424.511.0799.99Polk96.7963.454.061.820.690.171.020.410.586.671.040.471.898.273.714.940.7999.98Volusia92.6661.954.251.761.600.310.910.130.418.130.040.651.3710.043.453.681.2899.960.0Ave. of Selected Districts95.8661.194.111.482.060.621.170.290.437.470.510.561.569.802.704.991.0599.98Dif. Between Seminole &Selected Districts Ave.0.065.41(0.16)(0.29)(1.33)(0.07)(0.55)(0.02)0.05(0.53)(0.47)(0.08)(0.48)(0.89)(0.27)(0.29)(0.02)(Note 1)State Average95.7161.514.501.551.620.821.010.370.477.020.210.631.809.773.294.690.7399.99Dif. Between Seminole &State Average0.215.09(0.55)(0.36)(0.89)(0.27)(0.39)(0.10)0.01(0.08)(0.17)(0.15)(0.72)(0.86)(0.86)0.010.30(Note 1)Note 1 - Numbers in parenthesis indicate that SCPS costs for the specific function were less than state or selected district averages.Numbers NOT in parenthesis indicate that SCPS costs for the specific function were greater than state or selected district averages.PCR Analysis 2009 2010

fy 2009 2010 (2)Expenditures By Function as a Percentage of Total Expenditures For Fund 100 & 431 FY 2009-2010SchoolInstructionPupil Pers.Instruct. MediaInstruct & Curriculum DevelInstruct. TrainingInstruct TechBoard of Ed.Gen. Admin.Sch. Admin.FacilitiesFiscal ServicesCentral ServicesOper. of PlantMaint. of PlantStudent TransportAdmin Tech.TotalExpend.5000610062006300640065007100720073007400750077007900810078008200District NameSeminole 2008-200996.0265.584.011.340.820.770.730.270.456.760.020.470.989.252.365.131.0599.99(0.10)1.02(0.06)(0.15)(0.09)(0.22)(0.11)0.00.030.180.020.010.10(0.34)0.07(0.43)(0.02)Seminole 2009-201095.9266.603.951.190.730.550.620.270.486.940.040.481.088.912.434.701.03100.00Brevard 2009-201097.2163.403.681.862.450.321.620.300.417.820.280.511.209.901.084.240.8999.96Lee 2009-201095.6958.504.110.851.110.670.830.140.417.560.280.691.6111.742.787.880.86100.02Orange 2009-201096.3761.432.611.224.230.471.580.250.377.870.710.471.378.532.774.711.3999.98Osceola 2009-201096.4358.435.921.362.301.801.030.510.386.790.710.541.9310.292.424.511.0799.99Polk 2009-201096.7963.454.061.820.690.171.020.410.586.671.040.471.898.273.714.940.7999.98Volusia 2009-201092.6661.954.251.761.600.310.910.130.418.130.040.651.3710.043.453.681.2899.960.0Ave. of Selected Districts95.8661.194.111.482.060.621.170.290.437.470.510.561.569.802.704.991.0599.98Dif. Between Seminole &Selected Districts Ave.0.065.41(0.16)(0.29)(1.33)(0.07)(0.55)(0.02)0.05(0.53)(0.47)(0.08)(0.48)(0.89)(0.27)(0.29)(0.02)(Note 1)State Average95.7161.514.501.551.620.821.010.370.477.020.210.631.809.773.294.690.7399.99Dif. Between Seminole &State Average0.215.09(0.55)(0.36)(0.89)(0.27)(0.39)(0.10)0.01(0.08)(0.17)(0.15)(0.72)(0.86)(0.86)0.010.30(Note 1)Note 1 - Numbers in parenthesis indicate that SCPS costs for the specific function were less than state or selected district averages.Numbers NOT in parenthesis indicate that SCPS costs for the specific function were greater than state or selected district averages.PCR Analysis 2009 2010

fy 2009 2010 (3)School District BenchmarksExpenditures By Function as a Percentage of Total Expenditures For Fund 100 & 431 FY 2009-2010SchoolInstructionPupil Pers.Instruct. MediaInstruct & Curriculum DevelInstruct. TrainingInstruct TechBoard of Ed.Gen. Admin.Sch. Admin.FacilitiesFiscal ServicesCentral ServicesOper. of PlantMaint. of PlantStudent TransportAdmin Tech.TotalExpend.5000610062006300640065007100720073007400750077007900810078008200District NameSeminole 2009-201095.9266.603.951.190.730.550.620.270.486.940.040.481.088.912.434.701.03100.00Brevard 2009-201097.2163.403.681.862.450.321.620.300.417.820.280.511.209.901.084.240.8999.96Lee 2009-201095.6958.504.110.851.110.670.830.140.417.560.280.691.6111.742.787.880.86100.02Orange 2009-201096.3761.432.611.224.230.471.580.250.377.870.710.471.378.532.774.711.3999.98Osceola 2009-201096.4358.435.921.362.301.801.030.510.386.790.710.541.9310.292.424.511.0799.99Polk 2009-201096.7963.454.061.820.690.171.020.410.586.671.040.471.898.273.714.940.7999.98Volusia 2009-201092.6661.954.251.761.600.310.910.130.418.130.040.651.3710.043.453.681.2899.960.0Ave. of Selected Districts95.8661.194.111.482.060.621.170.290.437.470.510.561.569.802.704.991.0599.98Dif. Between Seminole &Selected Districts Ave.0.065.41(0.16)(

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