NOTE:

Signed and dated copies of board meeting minutes are available by contacting the superintendent’s office at (253) 583-5190 or supt@cloverpark.k12.wa.us.

CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Regular Meeting of the Board
Student Services Center, 10903 Gravelly Lake Dr. SW, Lakewood, WA 98499

February 13, 2017

MINUTES

Present: President Marty Schafer, Vice President Carole Jacobs, Becki Kelley, Joe Vlaming, Paul Wagemann, and Debbie LeBeau
6:00p.m. President Marty Schafer called to order the Regular Meeting of the Board and asked those in attendance to stand for a moment of silence in order to honor the many men and women who serve our country. This was followed by the pledge of allegiance.

City of Lakewood Council Remarks

There were no City of Lakewood Council Remarks.

Public Comments

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EACH PERSON WILL HAVE THREE MINUTES TO PROVIDE COMMENTS TO THE BOARD.FOLLOW-UP TO PUBLIC QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS WILL BE ADDRESSED DURING THE SUPERINTENDENrS COMMENTS AT THE NEXT SCHEDULED REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD AS APPROPRIATE. PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY THE FIRST REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD IS AUDIO-TAPED.

YOU MAY PROVIDE COMMENTS CONCERNING NEW, REVISED, OR RESCINDED POLICIES DURING THE PUBLIC COMMENTS PORTION OF THIS AGENDA. IN ADDITION, YOU MAY SEND YOUR COMMENTS IN WRITING TO THE SUPERINTENDENrS OFFICE. AT 10903 GRAVELLY LAKE DRIVE, LAKEWOOD, WASHINGTON 98499-1341. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS,PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT THE SUPERINTENDENrS OFFICE AT (253) 583-5190.

Leo Bundick- Mr. Bundick, a Lakewood citizen, acknowledged the Board for its participation at the recent Joint School Board/City Council Meeting. He also noted that the Board meeting agenda was not posted on the district website 24-hours in advance as required.

REPORTS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

SCHOOL REPORT: CARTER LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Superintendent LeBeau remarked on the great artifacts displayed in the Board room and hall way from Carter Lake Elementary School. She introduced principal Jeff Murrell, who was a teacher at Southgate Elementary for six years in the 90s, then left the district briefly moving out of state for two years then later returning with principal experience. He was subsequently hired as principal at Oakbrook Elementary from 2000-2014, and then transferred to Carter Lake Elementary at the beginning of the 2014-15 school year.

Carter Lake's mission is to "educate and empower ALL students to achieve success." Staff in attendance wore red shirts with the Carter Lake logo on the back to indicate everyone is SOARing. The acronym SOAR stands for Safe actions, On task, Awesome attitude, and Respect.

Enrollment at Carter Lake is 472, free and reduced rate is 41.9%, mobility rate is 12%, and the special education population is 15.6%. Mr. Murrell shared assessment data comparing 2015 to 2016 Smarter Balanced results for English language arts and math. He reported positive growth in grades 3, 4, and 5 in reading and math, although the growth index goal of 1.5 was not met. Mr. Murrell stated the assessment results paint a picture of a lot of growth occurring at Carter Lake. He said his staff are looking forward to the Smarter Balanced Assessment in the Spring to see how students are performing.

Mr. Murrell provided grade 5 comparison of 2015 to 2016 Measurements of Student Progress results in science. Science is an area that shows significant growth which was attributed to the STEM fair, DoDEA Grant and afterschool science program. Mr. Murrell shared iReady results. He mentioned the results are a little lower than expected. This could be a result of students figuring out that if they tap the return button to get to the end of the assessment, they can access games. Staff are looking forward to the winter compilation. They hope to see good growth.

Successes highlighted by Mr. Murrell include receiving the School of Distinction recognition in 2015 and 2016, the Washington Achievement Award in 2015, and use of Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. He noted the positive effect of the Student Intervention Team model. He also remarked on the amazing resources at Carter Lake that supports families in the form of school behavioral health services and Military and Family Life Consultants. Challenges faced at Carter Lake include building a culture with staff, student behavior and finding candidates to fill classified positions.

As part of the school's community engagement efforts, they have an active Parent Teacher Organization. He also shared that literacy and math nights have been successful. JBLM supported the STEM fair by providing over 60 volunteer judges for the competition. Skyward login increase significantly between this year and last year.

There has been an increase in participation in the Arts and Music programs. In the past, the program was not geared toward music and this year with a music/arts teacher, Mr. Murrell noted that he can see the positive outcome. More than 700 >parents attended the last school concert. The school has also implemented a Character Counts Program and started an Associated Student Body (ASB}. The students are charged up about having an ASB. Those on the ASB wear yellow vests and pass out SOAR tickets.

The Board appreciates the work that Mr. Murrell and his staff do at Carter Lake. Vice President Jacobs said she was thrilled to hear about the positive results of PBIS. She also likes that staff check in and connect with students in the morning when they arrive.

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

In her superintendent's report, Ms. LeBeau shared that contact has been made with those individuals who provided public comment at the January regular meeting. A staff member attended the board meeting with an ASB student to acknowledge Board Appreciation Month and share a thank-you from leadership students with the Board. A citizen asked for the November 28 board meeting minutes to be reviewed and changed to reflect the Board did not take action in regards to the closure of Woodbrook Middle School. The specific language referenced was, "The Board was in consensus that Woodbrook Middle School will eventually be closed." Upon review with the district attorney, it was determined appropriate for Board members to discuss and move issues forward in workshops. The final action of the Board must occur on an action items agenda. No final action was taken at the November 28, 2016, meeting; therefore, the minutes will remain as written and approved.

The superintendent shared the following highlights related to the Board goal areas:

Improve Student Achievement- The Youth Reengagement Open Doors Program held a mid-year graduation on January 27. Fourteen students were awarded a program diploma. This was the district's first mid-year graduation.

Ensure Communication with all Stakeholders- The Human Resources Department hosted a networking event to hire teachers. There was great participation by both administrators and those interested in employment with the district. This was attributed to advertisement for the event that was shared via college placement offices, Facebook, twitter, a media release and word of mouth. In addition, KLAY radio listeners heard about open positions in the district during a radio spot that was played during all the Pacific Lutheran University basketball games. Interviews and contracts were offered on site with more to occur as follow-ups.

All three of the high schools hosted informational meetings for families of 8th graders to learn more about our high school programs. The superintendent shared that residents of Lakewood will soon see faster trains passing through neighborhoods as passenger trains are re-routed this fall. The Washington State Department of Transportation has partnered with Seattle Seahawk wide receiver Doug Baldwin on a series of rail safety messages. A community event to inform the community about rail safety is planned for this spring. Families will also receive home flyers and information about school events to provide rail safety, especially in those schools near train tracks.

Promote a culture of supportive learning environment for students and staff- The 9th Annual Future Chefs event was held on February 8 featuring 4th grade students. Eighteen out of the 90 students who competed had the opportunity to showcase their recipes. The superintendent reported there was lots of fun food to enjoy.

Community Engagement - Last month, the City of Lakewood MLK celebration showcased two schools, Park Lodge Elementary and Harrison Preparatory School. The music teacher at Harrison Prep was able to put together a great finale of Park Lodge and Harrison Prep students. It was a good showcasing of Clover Park School District students.

Improve staff retention, recruitment and professional development - Thirty-six prospective candidates attended the Educator Networking and Employment Event. Three letters of intent were offered and many more applicants will be followed up by the Human Resources Department. A similar hiring event is being planned for classified staff.

CONSENT AGENDA

On motion by Joe Vlaming, seconded by Carole Jacobs, the following resolutions were adopted. Motion carried unanimously.

17-057 Minutes: Special Meeting/Workshop of the Board (Board Planning Meeting), January 9, 2017; Regular Meeting of the Board,
January 9, 2017; Regular Meeting/Workshop of the Board, January 23, 2017; and Joint City Council/School Board Meeting, January 30, 2017
17-058 Waivers/Releases
17-059 Personnel Actions
17-060 Warrants
17-061 Canceled Warrants
17-062 Investment of Funds
17-063 Out-of-State Travel
17-064 Authorization to Contract with 40 Certificated Staff
17-057 Minutes: Special Meeting/Workshop of the Board (Board Planning Meeting), January 9, 2017; Regular Meeting of the Board, January 9, 2017;
Regular Meeting/Workshop of the Board.January 23, 2017: and Joint City Council/School Board Meeting, January 30, 2017
BE IT RESOLVED, That the minutes of the Board of Directors' Special Meeting/Workshop (Board Planning Meeting) of January 9, 2017, Regular Meeting of the Board of January 9, 2017, Regular Meeting/Workshop of January 23, 2017, and Joint City Council/School Board Meeting, January 30, 2017, are hereby approved for recording.
17-058 Waivers /Releases
BE IT RESOLVED, That requests for interdistrict transfer for individual students are accepted or rejected, as indicated on Attachment A and made a part of the minutes of this meeting.
17-059 Personnel Actions
BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board issues contracts and accepts resignations, names and effective dates as indicated on Attachment B and made a part of the minutes of this meeting.
17-060 Warrants
BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby approves issuance of warrants as follows:
Number Amount Date Issued
Payroll
General Fund
Direct Deposit $8,959,925.18 1/31/17
20173-20227 $1,957,238.78 1/31/17
20172 $1,941.60 1/6/17
Accounts Payable
General Fund
292007 $77.00 1/30/17
291805-292006 $1,059,047.97 1/23/17
291643-291766 $773,769.17 1/9/17
Capital Projects Fund
291767-291778 $769,533.02 1/23/17
291626-291633 $56,902.24 1/9/17
Associated Student Body Fund
291779-291804 $33,101.32 1/23/17
291634-291642 $3,927.78 1/9/17
17-061 Canceled Warrants
WHEREAS, It has been determined that certain warrants are not viable;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby authorizes the Pierce County Budget and Finance Department to cancel the following warrants:

Number Amount Date Issued
General Fund-Payroll
None
General Fund-Accounts Payable
20133 $1,033.00 12/29/16
20089 $908.59 11/30/16
289718 $150.00 9/19/16
289826 $75.00 9/19/16
289831 $294.00 9/19/16
289209 $282.27 8/8/16
287537 $11.66 5/2/16
287315 $25.49 4/18/16
286155 $19.64 2/8/16
291709 $84.35 1/9/17
Associated Student Body
287907 $250.00 5/31/16
17-062 Investment of Funds
BE IT RESOLVED, that, in accordance with Board Policy 6120, the following funds were invested during the month of January 2017:
Date Invested Maturity Date Interest Rate Type* Investment Amount
General Fund
01/31/17 02/28/17 * * $16,600,000
Capital Projects Fund
01/31/17 02/28/17 * * $44,200,000
Debt Service Fund
01/31/17 02/28/17 * * $11,000,000
Associated Student Body Fund
01/31/17 02/28/17 * * $554,000
Private Purpose Trust Fund
01/31/17 02/28/17 * * $263,000
Transportation Vehicle Fund
01/31/17 02/28/17 * * $2,300,000

CD = Certificate of Deposit
FA= Federal agency securities purchased
WA=State of Washington Local Government Investment Pool
NOW=Negotiable Order of Withdrawal (Interest Bearing) Bank Account

*The month-end investment report had not been received from the County Treasurer prior to the preparation of this report. The type of investment and rate is not yet known for these investments during the month for this reason.

17-063 Out-of-State Travel
BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby authorizes representation at the following meetings in accordance with relevant portions of Board Policy 6213:

2017 NWPBIS Network Pre-Conference and Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, February 22-24, 2017: Maria Flores and Jan Lonsway [Teaching & Learning] (reimbursed through grant funds)

NCCE Conference, Portland, Oregon, March 21-24, 2017: Mary Moser [Clover Park High School] (reimbursed through school funds)

Utah Statewide Teacher Fairs, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 22-23, 2017, Lori Liedes, Meghan Eakin, Kevin Rupprecht, Sean Whalen [Human Resources] (reimbursed through recruiting levy funds)

Institute for Educational Leadership, San Francisco, California, June 21-25, 2017: Holly Bocchi [Student Services] (reimbursed through department funds)

AVID Summer Institute 2017, Orlando, Florida, June 25-28, 2017: Tim Stults, Rene McCord, Mary Moser, Briana Kelly, Jamison Kelleher, Phil Aponte, Rachel Wiley, Shannon Ross, Sarah Nainby, Joshua Gallegos, Kakota Seymanski, Cozette Shackleford [Clover Park]; and Greg Wilson, Rob Preston, Jamie Moffett, Talia Kircher, Jessica Babbitt, Chris Forrer, Elizabeth Davis, Jody Burpee, Justin Brooks, Lindy Williams [Lochburn] (reimbursed through school funds)

17-064 Authorization to Contract with 40 Certificated Staff
WHEREAS, The Board of Directors has reviewed certificated retention data for the 2015-16 school year; and

WHEREAS, Based upon the District's budget projections, anticipated resignations, and retirements, the Board of Directors hereby finds that the District anticipates needing at least 40 new certificated employees for the 2017-18 school year.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Superintendent or her designee is hereby authorized to take those actions necessary to fill up to 40 certificated positions for the 2017-18 school year with employees who have the needed training and endorsements.

BE IT FURTHER RESEOLVED, That the Superintendent or her designee will keep the Board of Directors advised of their progress in meeting this goal and what additional, if any, actions may be needed.

INDIVIDUAL ACTION ITEM

On motion by Carole Jacobs, seconded by Joe Vlaming, the following resolution was adopted. Motion carried unanimously.

17-065 Emergency Roof Repair at Custer Elementary Change Order
WHEREAS, The Superintendent authorized an emergency repair of Custer >Elementary roof; and

WHEREAS, Board Resolution 17-055 adopted by the Board of Directors at the January 9, 2017 regular meeting awarded the emergency repair contract to Northwest Abatement for a total not to exceed $150,000; and

WHEREAS, Initial cost estimates were given before deteriorating structure issues were discovered which increased the estimated costs and total actual costs were not available; and

WHEREAS, The project is now complete and final costs exceed the original resolution amount;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Board approves the change order for the completed contracted services performed by Northwest Abatement in an amount not to exceed $17,083.

MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR INFORMATION

••First Reading

  • - 2162 Education of Students with Disabilities Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  • - 3115 Homeless Students- Enrollment Rights and Services
  • - 3116 Students in Foster Care
  • - 4217 Effective Communication

••Board Member Reports

Paul Wagemann - Director Wagemann shared highlights from a recent legislative conference that he attended. He met with each legislator in our district or their legislative assistant. He heard a remark about senior pages that concerned him that alluded to students having poor writing skills and lack of preparation. President Schafer >reinforced Director Wagemann' s role to promote WSSDA's and the district's message. There was discussion about inviting legislative representatives to future WSSDA regional meetings and perhaps inviting legislators to the district, which seemed to be productive in the past.

Joe Vlaming - No report. President Schafer thanked Director Vlaming for attending the Youth Reengagement Open Doors Graduation.

Becki Kelley - Director Kelley attended the Youth Reengagement Open Doors Graduation. She is very proud the district offers this program to youths as many people don't have this same opportunity.

Carole Jacobs - Director Jacobs remarked that she loves high school sports. She said the boys team was out of the basketball playoffs, but the girls had one more opportunity to play.

Marty Schafer, President Schafer visited Park Lodge Elementary to support the principal and staff after a recent incident. He added it's nice to look at an elementary where it all starts. It's about promoting futures and we don't want to lose sight of how good it feels to see our students be successful.

••Executive Session

7:10p.m. The Board recessed moved into executive session for approximately 20 minutes to discuss a personnel matter.
7:30p.m. Following its executive session, the Board reconvened. No members of the public were present, or had been since the public meeting was recessed.

WRITTEN REPORTS FOR BOARD REVIEW

  • Investment Earnings, January 31, 2017
  • Enrollment, February 2017
  • Budget Status Report, January 2017
  • Food Services Participation Report, January 2017
  • Monthly Fiscal Report to Taxpayers, January 2017
7:30p.m On motion by Carole Jacobs, seconded by Becki Kelley, the meeting was adjourned.

 

Original Signed
Dr. Marty Schafer, President

Original Signed
Deborah L. LeBeau, Superintendent

Attachment A

16-17 Monthly Waiver Report

January 31, 2017

APPROVED RELEASES:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Arias Baudelio 06 Juarez Viktor 01
Armah Gabbrielle GD Juarez Melany 02
Bauermeister Kaisey K Kenney Autumn 07
Bega Jeanette 11 Kirker Sarah GD
Beltran Isabela 07 Koisch John 08
Briggs Joshua 09 Koisch Lewis 08
Brito Alvarez Joseph 12 Lee Iyla 02
Brown Maddison 11 Lewis Trenton GD
Burt-Hebert Javion 03 Lozano Garcia Victoria 11
Cheng-Lucey Sienna 05 Lynd Danaysha GD
Cobb Stephen 12 Massey Matalin 12
Colin-Barrera Jennifer 11 Middleton Adriana 01
Colson Jynaie GD Middleton Antonio 03
Cox Vincent 04 Middleton Asia 05
Cox Joseph 02 Miller Seamus 05
Cridlebaugh Seth 08 Munoz Moises 12
Cruz Adrianna 12 Nagaseu Derick 09
Cruz Marianna 12 Perez-Romero Elizabeth 12
Dettwiler Tiandrah GD Phoukuanghong Alyssa 03
Dryden Breanna 11 Pierce Anthony GD
Ferrer Dianne 09 Raznick Dejah 10
Fisher Asjia 12 Rogers Madison 10
Flores Benitez Shuleyka P4 Scott Delacy 08
Foster Daniel 08 Scott Drycia 12
Fuhrmann Holly 09 Scott Drydra 09
Fuhrmann Kristen 10 Shaw Aundrea 11
Godwin Dylan 12 Starr Michael 12
Gonzalez Princessa 06 Sue Silas GD
Green Hannah 07 Villarreal Jonathon 02
Gutierrez-Cord ova Itzel 10 Wells Judah 08
Harrold Garrett 10 Williams Trinity 09
Henry Jasrielle 10 Williams Lacee GD
Howard Vinnie 02 Wilson Neyomi 09
Hyde Spencer 12 Winter Kendrick 09
James Kathleen 10 Wooden Jaedon 09

APPROVED BETWEEN SCHOOLS TRANSFERS:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Acosta Ramsey 08 Heying Jameson K
Ayuso-Warren Herbert K Kellcy Elisa 10
Beltran Isabela 07 Loehrs Dowling Miekha 12
Bravo Marcus K Moore Mcguin 01
Bravo Alyssa 08 Newville Layni 05
Custodio Jasley 07 Newville Savanna 03
Diaz Moraima 10 Sanchez Cynthia 11
Elrod Matthew 10 Sapp Trevian 11
Siegfried Piyanat 11 Trent Je'Lyn 02
Topasna Matua 05 Walker Jeremiah 01

APPROVED INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Acevedo Adara 04 Jones Keegan 04
Baldonado Samantha K Jones Peyton 07
Beckles Marco 12 Jones Susan 12
Besselman Jace K Seo Dahyun 12
Brightwell Janeese 05 Sowell Ferman 09
Cervantes Niya 04 Swarner Michael 11
Ibay Kara 02 Vargas-Ochoa Jennifer 07
Jiles Desiree 12 Washington Kimarree 06
Jones Erin 01 Young Rian 03

MONTHLY TOTAL

Entry to Clover Park SD 18 Transfers Between CPSD Schools 20
Released from Clover Park 70 YTD Transfers Between CPSD Schools 1,568
Monthly Subtotal 88
Number Released from Clover Park to Online Schools
(Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)
27 38.57%

YEAR TO DATE TOTALS

Entry to Clover Park SD 598 34.29%   Incoming 598
Released from Clover Park 1,146 65.71%   Outgoing Less Still Enrolled 991
YTD Waiver Requests 1,744 100.00%   Adjusted YTD Total 1,589
 
YTD Number Denied Entry to Clover Park 17 2.84%
YTD Number with signed Releases, that are still enrolled. (Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above) 155 13.53%

ATTACHMENT B Clover Park School District Board Agenda February 13, 2017

CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL ACTIONS

NEW HIRES, PROVISIONAL CONTRACTS (Subject to the acceptable outcome of a criminal history records check) LETTERS OF INTENT ISSUED TO THE FOLLOWING:

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Daluddung Kristina Human Resources Cadre 1.0 8/30/17
Westbrook Elizabeth Beachwood Teacher 1.0 1/30/17

RESIGNATION

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Ford Jean Lochburn Teacher 1.0 2/10/17
Mejares Eileen Special Ed SLP 1.0 8/31/17
Pearson Candice Carter Lake Teacher 1.0 TBD
Tovar Sarah Tillicum Teacher 1.0 3/21/17

RETIRE

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Shanafelt Debra Student Services Director 1.0 6/30/17

CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL ACTIONS

NEW HIRES (Subject to the acceptable outcome of a criminal history records check)

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Abe Brittani Woodbrook Paraeducator 6.0 2/2/17
Anderson Lauri Harrison Prep Secretary 8.0 1/23/17
Bauer Harry Hudtloff Paraeducator 6.0 1/24/17
Broeker Cherie Human Resources Payroll Specialist 8.00 1/4/17
Brown Erica CPHS Campus Supervisor 8.0 1/18/17
de la paz Esquivel Katy Hudtloff Paraeducator 6.0 2/6/17
Gutierrez Joe Lakeview Custodian 8.0 1/31/17
Hulton Pamela Lakeview Paraeducator 6.0 2/6/17
Humphreys Mikayla CPHS Paraeducator 6.0 1/9/17
Ingram Cindy Mann Food Svc Worker 6.0 1/31/17
Jimenez Andrea CPELP Food Svc Worker 4.5 1/4/17
Leforge Barbara Idlewild Paraeducator 3.0 2/6/17
Mendez-Petris Celeste Park Lodge Paraeducator 6.0 1/31/17
Moore Darcy Cater Lake Temp Paraeducator 6.0 1/11/17
Reyes Brandon Woodbrook Paraeducator 6.0 2/13/17
Sellness Pamela Hudtloff Paraeducator 3.0 1/9/17
Threats Larissa Hillside Temp Paraeducator 6.0 TBD
Wilson Amanda Four Heroes Paraeducator 6.0 1/25/17

RESIGNATIONS

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Brunson Lori Hillside Clerk 7.0 1/20/17
Curren Rebecca Carter Lake Food Svc Wkr 7.0 2/3/17
Dismuke Mary Heather Student Services Native Amer Spclst 5.0 1/13/17
Dixon Donald Transportation Dispatcher 8.0 2/24/17
Faircloth Rebecca Tillicum Paraeducator 6.0 1/5/17
Mills Lawrence Transportation Bus Driver 8.0 1/12/17
Pasqua Krystin Evergreen Paraeducator 6.0 1/27/17
Walsh Amy Lochburn Paraeducator 6.0 1/27/17
Yaworsky Steven Maint & Ops Build Mech 8.0 2/3/17

TERMINATION

Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Van Cleave Deborah Hillside Fmly Support Spclst 7.0 1/5/17

PROBATIONARY TERM

Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Baker Kayla CPHS Paraeducator 6.0 1/26/17

CERTIFICATED & CLASSIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACTS

COACHES 2016-17 Fall

Last Name First Name Location Position Effective Date
Hallock Richard Lakes Head Boys Baseball Spring
Ireland Randall Mann Head Boys Basketball Winter II
Jacobson Peter Woodbrook Head Girls Soccer Winter II
Pritchard David Hudtloff Asst Boys Basketball Winter II
Tollefson Diane CPHS Asst Girls Tennis Spring
Zeigler Emily Mann Asst Girls Soccer Winter II

CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Fiscal Report to our Taxpayers
Fiscal Year 2016-17

Preliminary January 2017
ENROLLMENT Budgeted Annual Average Current* Enrollment Annual Average {10 mo avg} -Variance- Budget -vs- Projected AAFTE
Full Time Equivalent (FTE) w/out Running Start* 12,170.0 12,547.2 12,512.7 343
FTE for Running Start** 86.0 123.4 123.0 37
Total FTE 12,256 12,670.6 12,635.7 380
*February Preliminary Enrollment
**Enrollment for current month not available until the 1Oth
STAFFING *As of Jan 18, 2017 Adopted Staffing Budget Current* Staffing Variance over / <under> Budget
Certificated Staff: FTE 959.6 915.3 (44.4)
Est. Salaries & Benefits $93,594,023 $89,267,994 ($4,326,029)
Classified Staff: FTE 518.8 569.2 50.4
Est. Salaries & Benefits $42,448,236 $46,569,810 $4,121,573
Total Staff: FTE 1,478.4 1,484.4 6.0
Est. Salaries & Benefits $136,042,259 $135,837,803 ($204,456)

PROJECTED 2016-17 ENDING GENERAL FUND BALANCE

(DFM) Non-spendable - Inventory $ 512,500 DFM
$10.250.000
(DFM) Committed to Encumbrances $ 1,537,500
(DFM) Committed to Min FB Policy $ 8,200,000
Assigned to Carryover of Levy - Fiscal Stability 583,300
Unassigned (residual) $ 11,730,841
Projected Ending Fund Balance $ 22,564,141

CURRENT LEVY BALANCE

Beginning Balance $ 5,354,562
Plus: Year-to-Date Revenues 11,505,899
Less: Year-to-Date Expenditures (9,240,824)
Current Balance $ 7,619,637 as of Preliminary January 2017