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    PREFERRED FUTURE

    November, 2010

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    Maintenance of the status quo does not benefit our students nordoes such action benefit our communityoes such action benefit our community Quality of education 21st Century skills Property valueroperty value

    Quality of life We will continue to use the PMA modele will continue to use the PMA model State funding will continue to be a significant problem for schooldistricts across the state

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    Simply reducing expenditures from the present PMA model will not solve thestructural deficit in school funding unless we were to reduce the annualb d b $6 000 000 Thi ld i h ki d f h ldudget by $6,000,000 or more. This would require the kind of cuts that wouldclearly destroy the quality of education for our 5,500 students

    ________________________________________________________________________________PERSPECTIVE$6 000 000 The release of every single administrator and 34 certified staff6,000,000 = The release of every single administrator and 34 certified staff If every employee took a salary freeze, the district would save $1,400,000ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    TOTAL SALARY AMOUNTSTeachers Aides (101) = $ 2,129,181Clerical (47) = $ 1,866,564Administration (31) = $ 3,631,713Custodial/Maint (52) = $ 3,055,454Teachers (466) = $35,261,001

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    We will not be able to change a state wide pension system at thelocal level Salaries and benefits are still subject to contract. While we may beable to make some gains we are still working in a marketableeconomy. In order to attract quality staff members, we must staywithin the median salary of the Red Apple schoolsithin the median salary of the Red Apple schools We can and will do more with less In order for this district to truly move forward: there will bereductions in expenditures. There will need to be newexpenditures, and some restructuring of how we do business on aday-to-day basis will be necessary The longer we take to address the deficit position the more seriousthe problem becomes

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    Our district is lagging behind in our efforts to assure the studentshave enough touches with technology to ensure 21st CenturyEd iducation We need to invest in the tools available to support the 21st Centurylearners and the development of happy, healthy, and productivedoung men and women

    Niceties vs. necessities Learning tools

    Our buildings are older and cost more to maintain There are misperceptions associated with No Child Left Behindlegislation and ISAT scores that could lead to costly solutionsegislation and ISAT scores that could lead to costly solutionsthat do not adequately address student learning. We need to lookbeyond testing

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    The mission of Oak Park Elementary School District 97 is to guaranteethat each student achieves optimal intellectual growth whilehat each student achieves optimal intellectual growth whiledeveloping socially, emotionally, and physically through a systemdistinguished by

    Exemplary instruction focused on each student Commitment to the needs of a diverse population Meaningful partnerships with families and thecommunity Celebrations of the power of art, music, and language Confident students challenged to be educational risk-takersakers

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    TECHNOLOGY

    Every teacher needs to have access to a classroom set of computers

    SmartBoard in every classroom-

    Preferred Future through 2018referred Future through 2018 $5,000,000 TOTAL fully implemented and extended tech plan

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    FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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    Daily instruction as a core subject

    New, less labor intensive strategies / programstongue

    Preferred Future through 2018 $700,000

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    MUSIC

    Current budget $6,000 for instrument repair.

    MP3 players

    12 SmartBoards

    Preferred Future through 2018referred Future through 2018 $50,000 annually Total $255,000

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    PLAYGROUNDS

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    $2,500,000 all elementary schools

    Preferred Future through 2018 Total $2,800,000otal $2,800,000

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    AV EQUIPMENT

    Current budget $7,000

    One digital camera per school per year

    Replace 20 percent of the LCD bulbs annually

    Preferred Future through 2018referred Future through 2018 $30,000 annually Total $215,000

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    CLASSROOM FURNITURE

    $8,000 to replace each classroom as needed

    Preferred Future through 2018 Total $1,800,000

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    COPIERS / PRINTERS

    Current lease $4,250 monthly for 240 units

    Consider paperless options

    Preferred Future through 2018 Total $147,000

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    THERAPEUTIC DAY SCHOOL

    More time necessary to study impact and building utilization

    Tuition Savings or Added Cost

    Funding Formula Public vs. Private

    Preferred Future through 2018 Startup cost - $1,000,000

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    ONGOING SAVINGSDescription Estimated Savings

    Movie license agreement $ 15,000

    Alternative ED teaching position $ 70,000 Reduce textbook adoption budget $200,000

    Refine strategic plan $200,000

    Reduce web producers by $ 5,000

    Multi-cultural center leave 1 person $100,000

    Restructure tech integrationists (from 3 to 2) $ 50,000,

    Superintendents office clerical reduction $ 77,000

    Restructure the GTD positions at the middle schools $ 70,000

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    ONE TIME SAVINGS

    Restructure Summer school program $ 75,000

    Description Estimated Savings

    Sa ary reeze or a a ministrators 72,540

    Out of state travel $ 17,000

    TOTAL (.2 percent of the 2010-11 operating budget) $ 164,540

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    Description of Services

    Administrative Reductions

    Revisit stu ent ees, p aygroun supervision ee anintroduce technology fee

    Reapply the1 miles standard for busing

    In house attorney

    Grade level attendance centers with increased class size

    Reduction of one OT and Speech teacher

    Redefine the needs for TAs

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    Reduce one district office administrator $120,000 Reduce district office support staff $100,000

    Description of Services Estimated Savings

    Eliminate support specialist $700,000

    Eliminate one secretary per school $450,000 Eliminate sports and after school activities $100,000 Eliminate Cast and Bravo $200,000 Reduce electives in middle schools by one $400,000 Cut elementary instrumental music $350,000 Cut festivals $ 35,000 Eliminate art $750,000 e uce to stu ents , Eliminate Multi cultural center $199,335 Early childhood coordinator to half time $ 35,000 Media specialists reduce specialists by 50% $440,000

    , Eliminate Summer school $151,000 Reduce one Assistant Principal at each middle school $200,000

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