PIEDMONT UNIFIED SCHOOL
DISTRICT
The Budget Context
October 23, 2009
BUDGET FACTS
• Total budget = $29+ million
• Total number of enrolled students = 2,549
• State and federal dollars are allocated to school
districts per pupil
• Most districts in CA are receiving 18.3% less in State
Revenue Limit funding
• Budget reflects the District’s priorities:
– Offer breadth & depth of program opportunities
– Attract and retain the most highly qualified personnel
possible with fair and competitive compensation
REVENUES
2009-10 Adopted Budget
5%
33%
59%
3%
State
Federal
Parcel Tax
Parents/PEF
EXPENDITURES
2009-10 Adopted Budget
3%
8%
Salaries
Benefits
Books & Supplies
Services/Op Exp
21%
69%
PERSONNEL COSTS
• 90%
Pays for PEOPLE
• 296
Full-time equivalent (FTE) employees
173
110
 13
Certificated Employees
Classified Employees
Piedmont School Administrators
AVERAGE ANNUAL COMPENSATION COSTS
Salary + Benefits
Average Total Cost per 1 Full-time Employee
CERTIFICATED
STAFF
CLASSIFIED
STAFF
PIEDMONT SCHOOL
ADMINISTRATORS
$90,000
$40,000 - $75,000
$125,000
Teachers
Counselors
Librarians
Curriculum Specialists
Site Tech Specialists
Para educators *
Clerical Support Staff
Custodial Staff
Maintenance Staff
Site Administrators
District Administrators
* Mostly part-time
ADDITIONAL COST INFORMATION
$107,000
Estimated savings per one
reduced Day of Instruction
$ 18,000
Estimated Cost/Savings per
One Class Section (6-12)
PUSD REVENUE LIMIT HISTORY
$6166 $6427 $6459 $6607
$5682 $4995 $5273 $5394
$6,500
Statutory
Actual
$6,000
$5837
$5323 $5585
$5,500
$5086
$5277
$5,000
$4,500
20
04
/5
20
05
/6
20
06
/7
20
07
/8
20
08
/9
20
09
/1
0
20
10
/1
1
20
11
/1
2
$4,000
Revised 10/29/09
TOTAL REVENUE VS. EXPENSES
32.00
31.50
31.00
30.50
30.00
29.50
29.00
28.50
28.00
27.50
27.00
2008 RL $5837
Statutory RL
Revenue
Expense
2008-9 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
EXPENDITURES – 2009-2012
$29.6M
$3.5M
$29.2M
$29.7M
$30.4M
$3.2M
$3.3M
$3.4M
Growth over 4
years = 2.63%
30
25
20
$26.1M
$26.0M
$26.4M
$27.0M
2010-11
2011-12
15
10
5
0
2008-09 2009-10
Services
Supplies
Benefits
Salaries
REVENUE SOURCES 2009-12
$29.3M
30
25
20
$3.4M
$11.6M
$28.3M
$2.3M
$12.5M
$28.0M
$2.6M
$28.4M
$2.6M
$12.1M
$12.2M
$13.3M
$13.6M
15
10
5
$14.3M
$12.5M
0
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
State/Fed
E Parcel
Local
IDEA
ARRA
Rev Limit
CURRENT LOCAL BUDGET INFO
• PUSD received one-time funds to use 2009-2011:
 $900K
 $515K
Federal Stimulus (ARRA) funds
Federal Stimulus (IDEA) funds
• PUSD is authorized to receive:
 $997K
Local Emergency Parcel Tax funds in 2009, 2010, 2011
• PUSD budget is balanced for 2009-10
 7% Reserve = including required 3%
BOTTOM LINE
• PUSD must identify at least $1 Million in
reductions during 2009-10 to balance budgets for
2010-11 and 2011-12 to maintain a positive
certification as part of multi-year projections.
• Board has made explicit the need to address an
ongoing $1.3+ million shortfall in funding that
will exist once federal stimulus and emergency
parcel tax fund authorizations expire.
INITIAL LIST OF CATEGORIES
To discuss … refine … and prioritize …
DEPTH & BREADTH OF CURRICULM
Support wide range of relevant offerings & opportunities for all students,
including core academic program plus electives
Current Offerings
Math
Fine arts
Science
Language arts
Music
AP/Honors courses
Drama
PE/athletics
Technology
Recent Additions to HS
Sports medicine
Biotech
Honors physics
Honors statistics
AP European history
Web design
ADVANCE CURRICULUM TO FUTURE
Expand current curriculum (eg., world languages, science, technology, math)
New delivery models (eg.,on-line learning) etc.
• On-line learning grant from PEF for alternative
education program
• World languages currently offered as an elective
beginning 2nd semester of 7th grade
EXPERIENCED & QUALIFIED TEACHERS & SUPPORT STAFF
Recruit and retain experienced, qualified, diverse teachers & support staff by
offering fair & competitive compensation & benefits
• Average Years Teaching
15.2
• Average Years in District
10.6
• Full Credential
100%
• Very competitive compensation when compared
to comparable unified districts in the area
TEACHER TIME OUTSIDE CLASSROOM
Provide adequate time for teacher training, collaboration, lesson planning,
reviewing student work & communicating w/ students & parents to support
continuous improvement in teaching practices & student learning
• Teachers currently spend a part of each day to
prepare and plan for classes (“Prep Time”)
• In addition there are:
Staff development days
Collaboration days
Parent teacher conference days
Opportunities to participate in workshops
PROVIDE ADDITIONAL TEACHING SUPPORT STAFF
Provide for K-12 librarians, high school academic counselors,
curriculum support specialists (eg., elementary reading, math,
science), and classroom and library aides etc.
• With additional attention, students receive more
individualized and/or specialized help addressing
academic needs
K-12 ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
Maintain adequate school and district-wide administrative staff for
providing leadership and management in the following areas:
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Curriculum
Student Services
Personnel
Financial
Facilities maintenance and use
Construction/Bond Projects
Communications & services to
Parents/students/district/community
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Provide additional support services for students as needed including:
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Counseling
Tutoring
Gifted and Talented Education services
Health and Wellness services
Teaching Tolerance and Respect, etc.
CLASS SIZE
Maintain or decrease the average number of students in class so teachers can
provide more individualized attention.
• Average Class Size by Grade Level (2009-10)
K-3
20:1
4-5
26:1
6-12
27:1
LENGTH OF SCHOOL DAY/YR
Maintain or increase the amount of time students spend in school during the
school year.
• Students attend school 180 days/yr which is the
state mandated minimum
• Most grade levels exceed the required minimum
number of minutes/year/grade
EXTRACURRICULAR PROGRAMS
Offer a wide range of extracurricular activities before and after school,
including performing arts, athletics, etc.
• Teachers and coaches receive stipends to provide
these extracurricular programs before and after
school
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