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  • 1. RIVERHEADCENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT2009-2010Budget AdoptionApril 14, 2009Michael IvanoffAssistant Superintendent for Finance andOperations

2. 2009-10 Proposed BudgetBudget Amount $105,953,599 Budget Increase $ 3,439,154 Budget to Budget % Increase3.35%Tax Levy Amount $ 80,644,797 Tax Levy Increase $ 3,094,266 Tax Levy % Increase3.98% 3. 2009-10 Proposed Budget 2009-2010 Proposed Budget $105,953,599 Increase3.35% 2009-2010 Contingency Budget $106,511,023 Increase 4.00% 2009-2010 Proposed Tax Levy Increase With restored Deficit Reduction State Aid 3.98% Without restored Deficit Reduction State Aid5.31% 2009-2010 Contingency Budget Tax Levy Increase With restored Deficit Reduction State Aid 4.22% Without restored Deficit Reduction State Aid6.01% 4. 2009-10 Proposed Budget Budget CodeDescription FTE Salaries OtherProposed Budget1010Board of Education 0 036,000 36,0001040 District Clerk114,61911,700 26,3191060Voting 010,00016,550 26,5501240 Administration & Staff 3.5 330,137 21,914352,0511310 Business9573,968149,113723,0811320 Audit 0 0 138,500138,5001325 Treasurer 1 8,8081,50010,3081345Purchasing 3 167,88117,850185,7311380Legal Bond Counsel 0 022,500 22,5001420 Legal 0 0 210,000210,0001430Human Resources6382,518 58,086440,6041460 Records Management 0.5 29,91151,300 81,2111480Public Information 1 74,000 29,450103,4501670Messenger/Postage1 40,000190,500230,500 5. 2009-10 Proposed Budget Budget Code DescriptionFTE Salaries Other Proposed Budget1910 Insurance 0 0 500,000 500,0001920 School Association Dues 0 023,000 23,000 Sewer & Water1950Assessment 0 0 130,000130,0001981 BOCES Administration0 0 523,631523,6311620 Building Custodial Staff 49 2,613,000 2,511,2385,124,238Grounds Maintenance1621 Staff15 889,664 880,0701,769,7342010 Curriculum Development2 238,198 150,113388,3112015 Testing 1 102,32252,770155,092 Instructional Adm &2020Clerical36 3,295,42598,260 3,393,6852070 In-service Training 617,00018,500 35,500 6. 2009-10 Proposed Budget Budget Code Description FTE SalariesOther Proposed Budget2110 School Teaching Staff 400.532,178,774 4,236,471 36,415,2452250Special Education 69 5,615,271 6,537,866 12,153,137Occupational2280 Education2.5229,287 1,802,6762,031,9632310Adult Ed/Cont Ed 123,84930,500 54,3492330 Other Programs 25 285,945310,484 596,4292610 Library14 867,905301,823 1,169,7282630 Technology 11 315,193 1,442,9241,758,1172805Attendance 141,327103,060 144,3872810Guidance13 1,005,28271,9461,077,2282815Nurses11 842,804115,958 958,7622820Psychologists 2243,423 4,700248,1232825Social Workers7666,982 500667,4822830Pupil Services8318,135358,271 676,406Club & Activity2850 Advisers 93 206,72116,622223,3432855Coaching Staff99 909,378316,455 1,225,833 7. 2009-10 Proposed Budget Budget Code Description FTE SalariesOtherProposed Budget 5510 Transportation90 4,052,477 1,123,573 5,176,050 5530 Garage 019,50069,20088,700 5540 Contract Transportation0 027,50027,500 5581 BOCES Services 0 0690,000690,000 8070 Community Service0 0 9,500 9,500 Non Instruction9010Retirement0 0 1,700,000 1,700,000 9020 Teacher Retirement 0 0 4,008,000 4,008,000 9030 Social Security0 0 4,359,366 4,359,366 9040 Worker's Comp0 0667,971667,971 9045 Life Insurance 0 0130,000130,000 9050 Unemployment Insurance 0 0100,000100,000 8. 2009-10 Proposed Budget Budget Code DescriptionFTE SalariesOtherProposed Budget 9055 Disability Insurance0 0 5,0005,000 9060Health Insurance 0 0 10,495,54910,495,549 9711Bonds0 02,658,672 2,658,672 9731BANS 0 0350,116 350,116 9760TANS 0 0770,000 770,000 9780 Library Debt Service0 0352,500 352,500 9781 Library Debt Service0 0 84,14784,147 9901Transfer to Federal0 0250,000 250,000Total Full Time Equivalent 982$105,953,599 9. 2009-10 State Budget Information The legislature and Governor have come to an agreement on the 2009-10 State Budget spending plan. The legislation includes the following items related to education: Foundation Aid frozen at 2008-09 level for both 2009-10 and 2010-11 Phase-in to fully fund Foundation Aid pushed to 2013-14 (2 additional years) High Tax Aid frozen at 2008-09 level UPK Grant frozen at 2008-09 level Supplemental Excess Cost Aid frozen at 2008-09 level Deficit Reduction Assessment will be eliminated and restored by federal stabilization funds Freeze of aid calculations based on November database - rejected 15% District Share of Preschool special education rejected BOCES, Building, Public High Cost, Private Excess Cost, Transportation aided as under current formulas Textbook, Software, Library Materials and Full Day K - all aided as under current formulas Charter School Payments tuition payments to Charter schools would be frozen at 2008-09 tuition levels 10. 2009-10 Proposed BudgetCosts of EducationCAPITAL COMPONENTADMINISTRATIVE 12%COMPONENT 9% PROGRAM COMPONENT 79% 11. 2009-10 Proposed Budget Revenue SourcesTax Levy 78% Fund Balance 2%Other State Aid2% 18%