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1 Board of Education of Charles County Fiscal Year 2020 Superintendent s Proposed Operating Budget 1

2 OBJECTIVES Student Achievement Compensation Financial Support Student Achievement Maintain core programs and progress. Add new programs to meet student needs. Comply with Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requirements. Compensation Funding for salary increases. Provide a competitive teacher salary. Financial Support Reduce the reliance on fund balance. Maintain employment and avoid furloughs or layoffs. Student enrollment growth. Billingsley Elementary 2

3 Student Achievement Graduation Highlights CCPS 2018 student graduation rate was 95.7%, which was the third highest in the state. CCPS graduating students are projected to have additional lifetime earnings which will generate income tax in the future. CCPS Graduation Rates for FY17 and FY18 100% 95% 90% 85% 80% 75% School Year School Year Note: The statement of student earnings is from the 2016 Beacon Report. 3

4 Budget Enrollment Trends in Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Student Enrollment For FY 2020, preliminary estimates for student enrollment are expected to reach 26,508, an increase of percent (193.5 students more than the previous year) FISCAL YEAR FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT CHANGE % , % , % , % ,869.5 (85.0) -0.3% ,717.0 (152.5) -0.6% ,524.0 (193.0) -0.8% ,413.0 (111.0) -0.4% , % , % , % , % 2020 Budget 26, % (100.0) (200.0) (300.0) Student Enrollment Change in Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) 4

5 Student Enrollment Special Populations FY ,860 FTE FARMS Spec Ed. ELL Gen. Ed. FY ,314.5 FTE FARMS Sped. Ed. ELL Gen. Ed. 24% 36% 49% 66% 1% 9% 3% 12% In terms of enrollment growth, CCPS is ranked fourth in the state for English Language Learners (ELL) and fifth in the state for total FTE student enrollment. 5

6 Budget 2020 Estimate State Funding $5.0 million increase State revenues are based on changes in enrollment, county wealth and freeand-reduced meals program eligibility relative to all other counties. FTE enrollments increased from the previous fiscal year by students, or.88 percent. $15.0 $10.0 $5.0 $.0 State Incremental Funding $ in Millions State Compensatory Aid is based on eligible free-and-reduced-price meal students (FARMS). FARMS student enrollment for FY 2019 is 9130 students. The total FARMS rate is 36.2 percent. ($5.0) Note: FY 2012 reflects federal ARRA and Ed jobs funding. State Funding will change based on the legislative budget process which ends on April 8,

7 Budget 2020 Estimate County Funding $17.9 Million Increase The total county funding request is a 9.9 percent increase from the current fiscal year. $24.0 $19.0 County Incremental Funding $ in Millions State Law (Article 5-202) requires the minimum Maintenance of Effort (MOE) funding level to be no less than the prior year s per pupil funding amount, adjusted by the change in enrollment. The County MOE funding requirement is $1.6 million more than FY $14.0 $9.0 $4.0 ($1.0) County incremental funding does not include allocations to support the teachers pension contribution in accordance with the Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act of 2012 (Senate Bill 1301/House Bill 1801). Note: 2013 includes state retirement 2014 include $2.0M one-time funding. 7

8 Attrition Rate Unemployment Rate Use of Fund Balance $1 Million Decrease Total use of fund balance will be reduced to $2.2 million for general fund operations to reflect current reserves. If there is no budget surplus in FY 2019, the reserves for best practices will be jeopardized % 14.00% 12.00% 10.00% 8.00% 6.00% 4.00% 2.00% 0.00% Teacher Attrition Compared to the Unemployment Rate 8.00% 7.00% 6.00% 5.00% 4.00% 3.00% 2.00% 1.00% 0.00% Fund balance is primarily managed via employee lapsed salary savings and other non-personnel items. Percent Attrition Percent Unemployment Source Data: 2018 US Department of Labor and Statistics; Annual Washington- Baltimore-Arlington Metropolitan Area (Not Seasonally Adjusted) 8

9 FOOD NUTRITION SERVICE The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 Requires the school system to set meal prices equal to (or above) the Federal reimbursement rate for free-and-reduced meals. The law limits the amount of the increase to $0.10 in any one-year period. Meal Price Increases Meal prices for paying students for the school year will increase by $0.05 each to: Elementary Breakfast $1.30 Lunch $2.70 Secondary Breakfast $1.45 Lunch $2.95 9

10 Revenue Schedule Amount $ FY 2019 General Fund Revenue Budget 369,597,861 Requested incremental changes: County funding additional base 16,518,900 County funding - MOE student increase 1,601,100 County funding (one-time) (166,500) Total county funding request percent increase 17,953,500 State funding 5,000,000 Fund balance transfer (1,000,000) Total requested revenue incremental change 21,953,500 FY 2020 General Fund Revenue Budget 391,551,361 Percent increase 5.9% 10

11 Budget 2020 Estimate $ Thousands Historical Incremental Funding Trends 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0, Contract Assumptions Mandatory Cost Revenues Mandatory costs include cost elements that are vital to the operations of the school system. Since FY 2014, staffing has been reduced by 122 full time equivalent positions (cost of $7.3 million) to help balance the operating budget. -5,000 Fiscal Year In FY 2010, a STEP/LEVEL increase was granted during the fiscal year while revenues reflect sunset funding from the Bridge to Excellence (BTE) initiative. 11

12 FY 2019 Budget Operating Cost Per Pupil = $13,923 (An increase of $ from the previous fiscal year) Instruction (Classroom) $0.67 Student & Community Services Student Transportation $0.08 School Administration Maintenance, Operations & Capital Outlay $0.12 Central Administration $0.01 $0.09 $

13 FY 2019 Budget by Object $369.6 Million Other (Utilities, Transfers etc.) 4% Contracted Services 12% Supplies & Materials, Equipment 3% Compensation 81% Salaries & Wages 60% Employee Benefits 21% 13

14 EXPENDITURE INCREASES Collective Bargaining Reserve estimate for collective bargaining Health Care Costs Following industry trends Instructional Needs Teachers for Enrollment Growth Mental Health Initiative Elementary Alternative School Program Student Transportation 36 bus replacements 6 program/enrollment growth routes Contracts & Mandates Teachers pension MABE insurance Nurses contract Security Office Billingsley Elementary 14

15 Collective Bargaining Assumptions This request is to set aside funding for FY 2020 collective bargaining including STEP/LEVEL increases for the Education Association of Charles County (EACC) and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). The system is behind one STEP/LEVEL increase for FY The chart includes data based on the current scales and salary grades prior to collective bargaining, which can change how salaries are distributed. Description Estimate $ Reserve estimate for Collective Bargaining $9,503,100 15

16 Billingsley Elementary Net Increase $4,939,000 Planned opening August Operations budget is based on the projected enrollment of 677 students. Staffing: Net staffing request is Assumes transfers of 16 teachers from other schools. Staffing is based on 25 students per class. Salaries are based on STEP/LEVEL 5 and include all employee benefits. Requested funds shown do not include operating budgets for food nutrition services or nursing services. 16

17 Budget 2020 Request Health Care Insurance Costs Increase $2,000,000 The budget includes a cost increase of $2.0 million, or 5 percent over the FY 2019 budget. Funding would provide for anticipated industry trend cost increases. An ongoing insurance committee is reviewing health care costs. The potential impact of changes to the Affordable Care Act is also under review. $50.0 $45.0 $40.0 $35.0 $30.0 $25.0 $20.0 $15.0 $10.0 $5.0 $.0 General Fund Actual Expenditures ($ in Millions) 17

18 Budget 2020 Budget Student Transportation Increase $2,712,400 The school system s operational bus fleet is 365 (358 contractual and seven owned by CCPS). This request provides funds to replace 36 buses beyond the 15-year limitation and six additional bus routes to accommodate student needs. $35.0 $30.0 $25.0 $20.0 $15.0 $10.0 $5.0 $.0 Student Transportation Actual Contractual Expenditures ($ in Millions) State transportation funding represents about 39 percent of transportation expenditures. 18

19 Teachers Pension Increase $895,200 The budget increase required by the Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act of 2012 (BRFA [Senate Bill 1301/House Bill 1801]) to support the teachers pension is $895,200 more than last fiscal year. The teachers pension cost was shared between the county and the Board of Education between fiscal years 2013 through Starting with FY 2017, the responsibility for the incremental normal cost for teachers pension falls to the Board of Education. The FY 2020 cost is expected to be $9.85 million. $4.5 $4.0 $3.5 $3.0 $2.5 $2.0 $1.5 $1.0 $.5 $.0 Pension Funding Incremental Requirements $ in Millions Budget 2020 Budget 19

20 Other Mandatory Cost Increases Security Office - $378,600 This budget includes the costs of an additional investigator, background checks and other expenses of the newlycreated school security department Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE) insurance premium - $317,600 This budget request reflects an insurance premium increase for workers compensation liability and property insurance (a 10 percent increase). Nurses contract - $103,700 Contract increases of 3.2 percent, for benefits and wages. 20

21 Other Cost Increases Teachers for Enrollment Growth - $596,000 Based on a 25-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio, the enrollment increase of students equals eight additional teachers for the budget. Elementary Alternative Program - $452,200 Add one behavioral specialist, three teachers, three instructional assistants, and one secretary for a new elementary alternative program. Mental Health Initiative - $222,200 Add two additional school psychologists for the elementary level. 21

22 Budget Reductions Communications - $166,500 This amount represents an allocation for communications equipment for FY This one-time allocation under COMAR 13A (2) was for upgrades of the broadcast recording and television programming equipment, and was a nonrecurring cost exclusion from the maintenance of effort calculations. 22

23 Expenditure Schedule Amount $ FY 2019 General Fund Expenditure Budget 369,597,861 Requested cost changes: Collective bargaining assumptions 9,503,100 Billingsley Elementary School 4,939,000 Bus contracts (36 bus replacements, six program routes) 2,712,400 Health care costs 2,000,000 Teachers' pension (SB1301) 895,200 Teachers for enrollment growth 596,000 Elementary Alternative Program 452,200 Mental Health Initiative 222,200 Security Office 378,600 MABE insurance premium increase (workers' compensation 10.0 percent) 317,600 Nurses' contract 103,700 Budget reduction: Communications Television equipment (166,500) Total requested cost changes 21,953,500 FY 2020 General Fund Expenditure Budget 391,551,361 Percent increase 5.9% 23

24 Future Financial and Program Considerations Funding OPEB (Other Post-Employment Benefits) - funding the actuarially-determined ARC (Annual Contribution Rate) would cost about $35.4 million each fiscal year. The budget is currently $4 million. Kirwan Commission - The Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education (Kirwan Commission) has recommended a $4.4 billion increase in public education spending statewide. Those costs would be shared by state and local governments, with cost sharing allocations still to be determined by the Maryland legislature. Financial impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) - the requirements for managing employee and retiree health care costs. Unmet requirements - These include supplemental budget requests, deferred maintenance projects, the GWWO capital improvement study and increased technology needs. Funding STEP/LEVEL increases and COLAs (cost of living adjustments). 24

25 Next Steps BOE budget work session January 28, 2019 BOE final approval February 12, 2019 BOE budget due to the county February 28, 2019 Collective bargaining Mid-March 2019 End of legislative session April 8, 2019 County government public hearing April 9, 2019 Board adopts final budget based on final cost estimates, funding levels and contract ratifications June 11,

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