ViewMain Menu
logo
parents
teachers/staff
students
community
facebook
twitter
2011-2012 Public Budget Information

CHENANGO VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 2011-2012 PROPOSED BUDGET

 
Administrative Component2010‐2011
Approved
Budget
2011‐2012
Proposed
Budget
Variance
Board of
Education
District Clerk salary, election supplies,
memberships and conferences.
$ 39,898$ 43,107$ 3,209
District
Administration
Salaries for Superintendent, Assistant
Superintendent, and secretaries;
supplies, memberships and
conferences.
$ 357,433$ 337,341$ (20,092)
Business Office
& Finance
Salaries for Personnel and Business
Office; audit, legal and fiscal agent
expenses.
$ 574,666$ 588,580$ 13,914
Central ServicesInsurances, printing and postage, public
information, and BOCES administrative
costs.
$ 433,050$ 431,972$ (1,078)
Supervision/
Curriculum
Development
Salaries for Principals, secretarial staff,
supplies, memberships and
conferences.
$ 637,272$ 602,509$ (34,763)
Employee
Benefits
These benefits are required by law or
contract, including retirement, social
security, workers’ compensation,
insurance, etc. for employees in the
general support budget area.
$ 749,953$ 771,826$ 21,873
Administrative Component Totals$ 2,792,272$ 2,775,335$ ( 16,937)

Program Component2010‐2011
Approved
Budget
2011‐2012
Proposed
Budget
Variance
Teaching ‐
Regular School
Salaries for all regular classroom
teachers, teacher aides, substitutes,
and costs of classroom textbooks,
supplies, equipment and contractual
expenses.
$ 8,391,984$ 8,126,618$ (265,366)
Instruction ‐
SpecialPrograms
Salaries for teachers and teacher aides
for pupils with special education needs,
costs of supplies, equipment and
contractual expenses for these
programs.
$ 2,915,790$ 2,884,590$ (31,200)
InstructionalMediaSalaries for librarians, teacher aides,
and computer technology staff;
equipment, supplies and contractual
costs including computer‐assisted
instruction.
$ 1,333,538$ 1,369,762$ 36,224
Pupil Personnel ServicesSalaries for guidance department,
registered nurses, psychologists and
social workers, related supplies and
contractual expenses.
$ 967,096$ 943,182$ (23,914)
Co‐Curricular
Activities &
Interscholastic
Athletics
Salaries for Athletic personnel including
coaches and advisors for
extracurricular activities
$ 635,441$ 568,238$ (67,203)
TransportationCosts for transportation including
salaries, supplies, equipment, and
contractual expenses
$ 992,922$ 1,058,288$ 65,366
Interfund
Transfer‐Special
Aid Fund and
Cafeteria Fund
District support of the school lunch
program and the summer special
education program
$ 58,500$ 58,500$ ‐
Community
Services
Salaries for community swim program.$ 7,000$ 7,300$ 300
Employee
Benefits
These benefits are required by law or
contract and include items like
retirement, social security, workers
compensation, insurance, etc. for
employees in the instructional area.
$ 7,271,585$ 7,506,778$ 235,193
Program Component Totals$ 22,573,856$ 22,523,256$ ( 50,600)

Capital Component2010‐2011
Approved
Budget
2011‐2012
Proposed
Budget
Variance
Operations and
Maintenance
Salaries for Director of Facilities,
maintenance, and custodial staffs;
supplies, equipment, and utility costs.
$ 2,350,059$ 2,304,681$ (45,378)
Debt ServiceAnnual bond redemption and interest costs.$ 3,468,820$ 3,471,709$ 2,889
Employee
Benefits
These benefits are required by law or
contract and include items such as
retirement, social security, workers’
compensation, and insurance for
employees in the maintenance and
operations area.
$ 678,612$ 759,173$ 80,561
Refund of TaxesSmall claims assessment changes.$ 7,500$ 7,500$ ‐
Capital Component$ 6,504,991$ 6,543,064$ 38,073

Grand Total$ 31,871,119$ 31,841,655$ (29,464)

Revenue Sources2010‐2011
Approved
Budget
2011‐2012
Proposed
Budget
Variance
Tax LevyReal property taxes and STAR rebates.$ 17,170,390$ 17,832,711$ 662,321
State AidIncludes all state aid sources and
expected cuts in state aid.
$ 13,021,833$ 12,194,400$ (827,433)
Other RevenueAll other revenue other than tax levy
and state aid.
$ 978,896$ 807,544$ (171,352)
Appropriated
Fund Balance
Excess fund balance in the 09‐10 school
year used to reduce the tax levy for the
following year.
$ 150,000$ 200,000$ 50,000
Appropriated
Reserves
Planned use of Reserves in the 2010‐
2011 school year.
$ 550,000$ 807,000$ 257,000
Total Revenues$ 31,871,119$ 31,841,655$ (29,464)
 
The New York State School Report Card Fiscal Accountability Supplement for Chenango Valley Central School District
 

New York State Education Law and the Commissioner's Regulations require the attachment of the NYS School Report Card to the public school district budget proposal. The regulations require that certain expenditure ratios for general education and special education students be reported and compared with ratios for similar districts and all public schools. The required ratios for this district are reported below.

2008-2009 School YearGeneral EducationSpecial Education
This
School
District
Instructional Expenditures$17,190,742$4,806,636
Pupils1,882246
Expenditures Per Pupil$9,134$19,539
Similar
District
Group
Instructional Expenditures$1,536,856,907$550,923,687
Pupils164,94025,394
Expenditures Per Pupil$9,318$21,695
Total of All
School
Districts in
NY State
Instructional Expenditures$29,417,505,672$10,926,323,899
Pupils2,705,290411,516
Expenditures Per Pupil$10,874$26,551
Similar District Group Description: High Need/Resource Capacity Rural

Instructional Expenditures for General Education are K-12 expenditures for classroom instruction (excluding Special Education) plus a proration of building level administrative and instructional support expenditures. These expenditures include amounts for instruction of students with disabilities in a general education setting. District expenditures, such as transportation, debt service, and district-wide administration, are not included.

The pupil count for General Education is K-12 average daily membership plus K-12 pupils for whom the district pays tuition to another school district. This number represents all pupils, including those classified as having disabilities and those not classified, excluding only students with disabilities placed out of district. For districts in which a county jail is located, this number includes incarcerated youth to whom the district must provide an education program.

Instructional Expenditures for Special Education are K-12 expenditures for students with disabilities (including summer special education expenditures) plus a proration of building-level administrative and instructional support expenditures. District expenditures, such as transportation, debt service, and district-wide administration, are not included.

The pupil count for Special Education is a count of K-12 students with disabilities as of October 1, 2008 plus students for whom the district receives tuition from another district plus students for whom the district pays tuition to another district. Students attending the State schools at Rome and Batavia, private placements, and out-of-state placements are included.

Instructional Expenditures Per Pupil is the simple arithmetic ratio of Instructional Expenditures to Pupils. The total cost of instruction for students with disabilities may include both general and special education expenditures. Special education services provided in the general education classroom may benefit students not classified as having disabilities.


2008-2009 School YearThis School
District
Similar District
Group
Total of All School
Districts in NY State
Total Expenditures Per Pupil$15,565$17,634$19,381

Total Expenditures Per Pupil is the simple arithmetic ratio of Total Expenditures to Pupils. Total Expenditures include district expenditures for classroom instruction, as well as expenditures for transportation, debt service, community service and district-wide administration that are not included in the Instructional Expenditure values for General Education and Special Education. As such, the sum of General Education and Special Education Instructional Expenditures does not equal the Total Expenditures.

The numbers used to compute the statistics on this page were collected on the State Aid Form A, the State Aid Form F, the School District Annual Financial Report (ST-3), and from the Student Information Repository System (SIRS).

New York State Education Law and the Commissioner's Regulations require the attachment of the NYS School Report Card to the public school district budget proposal. The regulations require reporting students with disabilitiesby the percent of time they are in general education classrooms and the classification rate of students with disabilities. These data are to be compared with percentages for similar districts and all public schools. The requiredpercentages for this district are reported below.

Student Counts as of
October 7, 2009
This School DistrictSimilar District
Group
Total of All School
Districts in NY State
Student Placement --
Percent of Time Inside
Regular Classroom
Count of
Students with
Disabilities
Percentage of
Students with
Disabilities
Percentage of
Students with
Disabilities
Percentage of
Students with
Disabilities
80% or more15761.6%55.3%55.6%
40% to 79%3112.2%21.6%11.7%
Less than 40%6324.7%21.0%23.1%
Separate Settings31.2%1.6%6.0%
Other Settings10.4%0.5%3.7%

The source data for the statistics in this table were reported through the Student Information Repository System (SIRS) and verified in Verification Report 5. The counts are numbers of students reported in the least restrictive environment categories for school-age programs (ages 6-21) on October 7, 2009. The percentages represent the amount of time students with disabilities are in general education classrooms, regardless of the amount and cost of special education services they receive. Rounding of percentage values may cause them to sum to a number slightly different from 100%.

School-age Students with Disabilities Classification Rate
2009-10 School YearThis School
District
Similar District
Group
Total of All School
Districts in NY State
Special Ed Classification Rate13.25%14.0%13.2%

This rate is a ratio of the count of school-age students with disabilities (ages 4-21) to the total enrollment of all school-age students in the school district, including students who are parentally placed in nonpublic schools located in the school district. The numerator includes all school-age students for whom a district has Committee on Special Education (CSE) responsibility to ensure the provision of special education services. The denominator includes all school-age students who reside in the district. In the case of parentally placed students in nonpublic schools, it includes the number of students who attend the nonpublic schools located in the school district. Source data are drawn from the SIRS and from the Basic Education Data System (BEDS).

Similar District Group Description: High Need/Resource Capacity Rural

Similar District Groups are identified according to the Need-to-Resource-Capacity Index defined and used in the Annual Report to the Governor and Legislature on the Educational Status of the State's Schools.
 

Property Tax Report Card

 
District Name:CHENANGO VALLEY CSDDistrict Code:030701
Contact Person:THOMAS DOUGLASTelephone:(607) 762-6800
Property Tax Report Card
Important Note:
Changes in GAAP reporting requirements for fund balances affect NYS school district financial statements for periods ending June 30, 2011. Data elements for the Property Tax Report Card have been renamed and redefined in accordance with these changes.
Please seehttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/mgtserv/districtbudgetdata.htmlfor additional guidance.

School District Contact Person:DR. THOMAS DOUGLAS
School District Telephone Number:607-762-6800


Budgeted 2010-11
(A)
Budgeted 2011-12
(B)
Percent Change
(C)

Total Spending31,871,11931,841,655-0.09%
Total School Tax Levy17,170,39017,832,7113.86%
Public School Enrollment1,8791,8790.00%
Consumer Price Index

1.6%


Actual 2010-11
(D)
Estimated 2011-12
(E)


Adjusted Restricted Fund Balance2,514,3163,299,371
Assigned Appropriated Fund Balance150,000200,000
Adjusted Unrestricted Fund Balance1,140,4401,264,165
Adjusted Unrestricted Fund Balance
as a Percent of the Total Budget
3.58%3.97%
 

Administratoin Compensation Information

 
 
District Name:CHENANGO VALLEY CSDDistrict Code:030701
Contact Person:THOMAS DOUGLASTelephone:(607) 762-6800


Salary: Administrative Compensation Information

Submittal Form for Estimated Salaries in the Budget for the 2011-2012 School Year
(Form Due - May 9, 2011)
Sections 1608 and 1716 of the Education Law
(Please read the instructions and definitions before completing this form.)


TitleSalaryEmployee BenefitsOther Remuneration

Superintendent of Schools140,97144,300
Associate, Assistant and Deputy Superintendents
(Example Titles: Associate Superintendent for Instruction, Deputy Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent for Business, etc.)
Assistant Superintendent96,14021,997
Exemption Impact Report
2008-2009 Graduation Rates
2010-2011 District Reports
2010-2011 Chenango Valley High School Reports
2010-2011 Chenango Valley Middle School Reports
2010-2011 Chenango Bridge Elementary Reports
2010-2011 Port Dickinson Elementary Reports
STAR 2% Cap Legislation
Presentations
DISTRICT    /     BOE    /     CALENDAR    /     STAFF DIRECTORY    /     DEPARTMENTS    /     ABOUT US
221 Chenango Bridge Road  |  Binghamton, NY 13901  |  607.762.6800  |  F 607.762.6890