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CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Regular Meeting of the Board
Clover Park Student Services Center, Room 4
April 10, 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 to honor the many men and women who serve our country. This was followed by the pledge of allegiance.

CITY OF LAKEWOOD COUNCIL REMARKS

Councilperson Mike Brandstetter provided an update on city projects. Recently, he attended FEMA training in Maryland with representatives from the West Pierce County Fire and Rescue, Department of Health, City of Tacoma and City of University Place. The purpose of the training was to determine how well prepared our community is in the event of an emergency. The group worked on scenarios and at the end of the week conducted a practice exercise. The exercise focused on how to manage and respond to an accident involving a railroad train carrying crude oil. He came away knowing that the various emergency responders in our region work well together. He was very encouraged about the outcome.

Bad weather over the winter months has created havoc with roads in the City of Lakewood. The maintenance schedule has been updated and the city has committed to use reserve funds to repair many of the worst roads this spring and summer. The Waughop Lake trail was paved last week and opened to the public. An arborist was hired to assist in the completion of planting trees. There are also plans in place to get grass planted.

Councilperson Brandstetter said that like the district, the city council is waiting to see the outcome of the legislature this session to learn the impact on the city and school district. City council has begun conversations with the Pierce County library district to construct a new library in the next 3-4 years in Lakewood and Tillicum, and perhaps a satellite library within Lakewood. The city council's vision is to see a library and senior center combined, that also includes some aspect to promote arts and history.

President Schafer thanked Councilperson Brandstetter for providing the city council remarks. He said he liked the idea of an integrated library and senior center. It's very holistic and perhaps an area the city and school district can collaborate together.

Vice President Jacobs said she believes in libraries. She asked if the city is putting together a levy initiative for the funding. Councilperson Brandstetter responded that the costs would likely be covered by the city and library district and perhaps in part through a legacy investment. The current library was paid for by a family in the Lakewood community. The city is confident there is interest in the city and that a mix of funding will be available for the projects.

Director Wagemann requested an update on the central business district property. He shared that he's been told it's difficult to foster development in Lakewood. Councilperson Brandstetter responded that those in the development field have expressed interest under certain conditions.

PUBLIC COMMENT

REMARKS OF A NEGATIVE NATURE SINGLING OUT SPECIFIC EMPLOYEES, OTHER THAN THE BOARD AND ITS SECRETARY, WILL BE HEARD IN EXECUTIVE SESSION FOLLOWING THE BUSINESS MEETING.THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE PRESENTATIONS CONTAINING PERSONAL ATTACKS ON INDIVIDUALS.

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

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 SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE AT 10903 GRAVELLY LAKE DRIVE, LAKEWOOD, WASHINGTON 98499-1341. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT THE SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE AT (253) 583-5190.

There were no public comments.

SCHOOL REPORT: LAKE LOUISE ELEMENTARY

Superintendent LeBeau remarked on the great artifacts representing student work displayed in the board room and outside hallway. She said it brings the school to the Board and staff did a great job showcasing all grade levels.

The superintendent introduced Principal Kristi Webster who began at Lake Louise seven years ago. During her time as principal, Ms. Webster has systematically built a healthy culture and climate with staff, students and families.

Lake Louise has an enrollment of 414. This is a significant increase over the past 5 years. The mobility and military rates have been stable at 15% mobility and 12% military. The free and reduced rate has jumped 22% and is now 84%. The school's population has changed over the years and is becoming much more diverse showing increases in Hispanic population and two or more races.

The mission of Lake Louise Elementary is to "...take collective responsibility for ensuring every child, every day, will achieve high levels of learning." She said that students who fail at this early age are more likely to drop out of high school, and high school dropouts are 63 times more likely to be incarcerated which costs taxpayers $290,000 each annually.

Ms. Webster shared assessment data. When comparing 2015 English language arts proficiency in grades 3 and 5 to 2016, students show an increase. The results for grade 5 students declined and teachers anticipate better results for this year because of the new and recent focus on writing and because being a Title school comes with increased resources. She said current 3rd grade students are the first group to have had full day kindergarten. She and teachers are looking forward to seeing their results. Third grade math results out performed students at the district, state and national level. Grade 4 showed a significant jump while grade 5 was a little flat.

In MSP science, grade 5 students increased by 10 points from 2015 to 2016. This was attributed to students in every grade level learning science. Ms. Webster said her teachers are very skilled and know how to use data.

Some of the successes noted at Lake Louise include 2016 School of Distinction and 2015 Washington Achievement Award in the area of English language acquisition. The school also holds themed curriculum nights and PTSA community events that are popular among families. Some of the challenges include providing schoolwide support for all struggling learners, funding additional resources for families in need, and behavioral support for students in crisis. Lake Louise has partnered with Greater Lakes and presently has two part-time counselors assigned to the school.

The Board appreciated the report and the inspirational energy that Ms. Webster displays when talking about staff and students. President Schafer thanked her for her leadership. Director Wagemann remarked that it was a pleasure to visit Lake Louise prior to spring break where he saw lots of education in action.

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

Each month at the regular board meeting the superintendent remarks on the actions taken in relation to public comments at the beginning of her report. During the month of March, there were no public comments.

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

Improve student achievement- The superintendent checked the Pacific Lutheran University website to see how Clover Park School District students fared in the regional STEM fair. There were lots of CPSD winners. Harrison Prep cleaned up in grades 6-12 with nine winners, and there were also winners from Dower, Custer, Rainier and Carter Lake elementary schools. Smarter Balanced testing for high school students will begin this month. In May, elementary and middle school students will be tested.

Ensure communication with all stakeholders -This month, the assessment department will be featured in the KLAY radio spot. District administrators have conducted several meetings with representatives from the classified and certificated associations to clarify issues related to special education. Another meeting is scheduled this month to continue the conversation. The district's Inside Schools publication will be mailed out to the community this month.

Promote a culture of supportive learning environment for students and staff-The superintendent and administrators met with youth leaders from Lakes, Clover Park and Harrison Prep. This was the fourth meeting. While not all the same students attended each session, the theme and message was the same and the district was pleased with the response from students. Youth leaders at the last session indicated they would like to see a Student Advisory Council. Administration is moving forward on that initiative and some of the youth leaders indicated they would like to review the application before it is finalized. Students interested in the Student Advisory Council will be asked to submit applications this spring for the 2017-18 school year. All of our schools have put in place strategies to encourage school attendance, which includes recognizing students who have good attendance.

Community engagement- Over 60 volunteers from the community helped judge student displays at the district STEM fair and more than a third were from JBLM. The remainder were individuals from religious and private organizations, retirees, educators and medical personnel from the community.

Improve staff retention, recruitment and professional development - Recruiting efforts in-state and out-of-state continue with recent trips to Portland, Montana, Utah and New Mexico. Years of service recognitions are being held at each work site and have been well received by staff. Staff with over 30 years in the district will join the Board in June for special recognition.

CONSENT AGENDA

On motion by Becki Kelley, seconded by Carole Jacobs, the following resolutions were adopted. Motion carried.

17-078 Minutes: Regular Meeting/Workshop and Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board, March 20, 2017
17-079 Waivers/Releases
17-080 Personnel Actions
17-081 Warrants
17-082 Canceled Warrants
17-083 Investment of Funds
17-084 Out-of-State Travel

Resolution 17-078

Minutes: Regular Meeting/Workshop and Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board, March 20, 2017

BE IT RESOLVED, That the minutes of the Board of Directors' Regular Meeting/Workshop and Regular Meetings of March 20, 2017, are hereby approved for recording.

Resolution 17-079

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.

Resolution 17-080

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.

Resolution 17-081

Warrants

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby approves issuance of warrants as follows:

  Number Amount Date Issued
Payroll
  General Fund
  Direct Deposit $9,284,628.03 3/31/14
  20289-20346 $1,965,049.83 3/31/17
Accounts Payable
  General Fund
  292701 $930,624.38 3/20/17
  292662-292663 $89,129.76 3/7/17
  292514-292661 $792,730.27 3/6/17
  Capital Project Fund
  292664-292671 $44,010.86 3/20/17
  292467-292473 $126,090.35 3/6/17
  Associated Student Body Fund
  292672-292700 $17,982.80 3/20/17
  292474-292513 $29,951.70 3/6/17

Resolution 17-082

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
  291892 $20.94 1/23/17
  291032 $11.88 11/28/16
  291048 $89.05 11/28/16
  290608 $32.00 10/31/16
  289957 $60.44 9/19/16
  289797 $250.00 9/19/16
  289832 $256.87 9/19/16
  289664 $122.59 9/6/16
  289026 $58.31 7/25/16
  288880 $36.78 7/11/16
  288603 $148.76 6/27/16
  288661 $16.00 6/27/16
  288245 $15.88 6/13/16
  288336 $475.00 6/13/16
  287708 $43.63 5/16/16
  287054 $31.32 4/4/16
  285197 $89.26 11/30/15
Associated Student Body Fund
  291794 $600.00 1/23/17

Resolution 17-083

Investment of Funds

BE IT RESOLVED, that, in accordance with Board Policy 6120, the following funds were invested during the month of March 2017:

Date Invested Maturity Date Interest Rate Type* Investment Amount
General Fund
03/31/17 04/28/17 * * $14,600,000
Capital Projects Fund
03/31/17 04/28/17 * * $44,700,000
Debt Service Fund
03/31/17 04/28/17 * * $11,000,000
Associated Student Body Fund
03/31/17 04/28/17 * * $556,000
Private Purpose Trust Fund
03/31/17 04/28/17 * * $263,000
Transportation Vehicle Fund
03/31/17 04/28/17 * * $2,800,000

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.

Resolution 17-084

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:

College Board AP Capstone Program, Long Beach, California, July 17-21, 2017: Joshua Gallegos [Clover Park] (reimbursed through school funds)

US Army Cadet Command, Fort Knox, KY, August 13-17, 2017: Lt. Col. Allen Patty [Lakes Army JROTC] (paid by US Army)

INDIVIDUAL ACTION AGENDA

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

Resolution 17-085

Early Childhood Special Education and Grades K-5 English Language Arts lELA) Instructional Materials Purchase

WHEREAS, In Board Policy 2020, the Clover Park School District Board of Directors established procedures prescribed by RCW 28A.320.230 pertaining to the selection of Instructional Materials; and

WHEREAS, The Instructional Materials Committee, appointed by the Superintendent to implement these procedures, recommends additions to the approved list; and

WHEREAS, The funding source for the recommended materials are Teaching and Learning textbook levy, Title I and, DoDEA grant funds of up to $1,989,000; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby approves the addition of the following basic instructional materials to the "Approved for Use" list as recommended by the Instructional Materials Committee:

Early Childhood Special Education and Grades K-5

English Language Arts (ELA) Instructional Materials Purchase

Title Publisher
Early Childhood Special Education
Opening the World of Learning
Pearson
Grades K-5
Reach for Reading
Cengage

EREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Board approves the purchases and expenditures per the listed materials/vendors and the stated funding source in a combined amount not to exceed $1,989,000.

On motion by Joe Vlaming, seconded by Paul Wagemann, the following resolution was adopted. Motion carried.

Resolution 17-086

Harrison Preparatory International Baccalaureate Diploma Program Mathematics Instructional Materials Purchase

WHEREAS, In Board Policy 2020, the Clover Park School District Board of Directors established procedures prescribed by RCW 28A.320.230 pertaining to the selection of Instructional Materials; and

WHEREAS, The Instructional Materials Committee, appointed by the Superintendent to implement these procedures, recommends additions to the approved list; and

WHEREAS, The funding source for the recommended materials are Teaching and Learning Textbook levy funds and Highly Capable funds of up to $16,500; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby approves the addition of the following basic instructional materials to the "Approved for Use" list as recommended by the Instructional Materials Committee;

Harrison Preparatory School International Baccalaureate Diploma Program Mathematics Instructional Materials Purchase

Title Publisher
Mathematics for the international student
Mathematical Studies SL (Standard Level)
Haese Mathematics
Mathematics for the international student
Mathematics SL (Standard Level)
Haese Mathematics
Mathematics for the international student
Mathematics HL (High Level)
Haese Mathematics

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Board approves the purchases and expenditures per the listed materials/vendors and the stated funding source in a combined amount not to exceed $16,500.

MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR INFORMATION

Marty Schafer - President Schafer remarked on a serious incident that happened in the news today related to a school shooting. He noted that these types of incidents seem too frequent and he shared his concerns about the stress it causes teachers and students. He recalls when schools were a happy and safe place for students. He added that those who are in education are still championing the dream of creating promising futures for our students. He also shared that he came back from the National School Board Association (NSBA) excited and ready to discuss how to move forward on a higher level of community engagement. He noted he would be sending the Board dates to consider for the summer annual planning meeting. The grand opening for Evergreen Elementary is April 20.

Carole Jacobs - Vice President Jacobs thanked the district for allowing her to attend the NSBA conference. One of her StrengthFinders is positivity and she added we must not forget that schools are the safest place for children and that she knows Clover Park School District staff make it so. She said that in spite of terrible tragedies around the country, we do everything we can to make out children safe.

Becki Kelley- Director Kelley said there are many positive and happy things to focus on in the district. She enjoyed attending the district STEM fair and daffodil parade. She said the school bands were amazing. Director Kelley also enjoyed the NSBA conference. She heard lots about community engagement and what the Board can do to encourage learning.

Joe Vlaming - Director Vlaming had no report.

Paul Wagemann - Director Wagemann said he was saddened to hear that Pacific Lutheran University will not have the funding next year to continue the regional science fair. It's been a great opportunity for those living in Pierce County to see what schools are doing. Director Wagemann commented briefly about recent news and said the district needs to do all it can to keep schools a safe place for students, and that includes continued staff training and security.

••Executive Session

There was no executive session.

WRITTEN REPORTS FOR BOARD REVIEW

  • Enrollment, April 2017
  • Investment Earnings, March 31, 2017
  • Budget Status Report, March 31, 2017
  • Monthly Fiscal Report to Taxpayers, March 2017

7:32p.m. On motion by Paul Wagemann, seconded by Carole Jacobs, the meeting was adjourned.

Original Signed

Dr. Marty Schafer, President

Original Signed

Deborah L. LeBeau, Superintendent

16-17 Monthly Waiver Report Attachment A

March 31, 2017

APPROVED RELEASES:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Anderson Briana 12 Jones Legacy 08
Asaeli Addisyn 01 Lang Jeremiah 01
Asaeli Camryn 01 Losito Alycia 11
Asaeli Andrew 03 Lunnie Trey-David 03
Bayes Kaylee 08 Lunnie Lena 06
Bivins Travis 11 Lunnie Ladale 08
Bradison Chase 08 Malanitch Tommy 11
Brown Kenneth 03 Mazza Zoe 07
Brown Trezjour 10 Miller Perry 03
Brown Karson K Miller Layne K
Carroll Jerron 02 Molinero Jesus 12
Chaires Rashell 08 Moore Crystal GD
Chaires Laisha 11 Ohlson lliana 03
Coggswell Donavon 12 Ortega-Vazquez Jennifer GD
Covey Keith 11 Quinene Darrin Paul 12
De Luna Sanchez Santiago 11 Quiocho Chase GD
Dean Gavin 12 Roberts Maniyah 04
Dungan Gabriella 01 Sandin Megan GD
Faanu Julian 02 Simon Alyssa 08
Faanu Magdalene OS Sutton Jasmen GD
Henry Jasrielle 10 Tovar-Beltran Alejandra OS
Hutchins Joshua 11 Tovar-Beltran Gabriel 06
Johnson Sicily 07 Valenzuela Steven GD
Johnson Michaela GD Velilla Rosario Wilmarie 06

APPROVED BETWEEN SCHOOLS TRANSFERS:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Broqueza Robert Cedric 06 Lomeli Brayan 09
Burke Xavier 08 Mcnealy Jeremiah K
Burt-Hebert Javion 03 Murray Kylie 06
Davis Shilene 10 Pena-Carranza Lourdes Shaiel 08
Dominguez Emily 08 Sanders Zanaiyah 08
Dominguez Jasmine 06 Smith Kennedy 10
Dungca Danielle Joy 02 Tomas Natalie OS
Dungca Dana Rose 04 Toner Calista 09
Farinas Mo'Reya K Warner Jacob 02
Glastetter Jaron 09 Warner Jeremiah 02
Jennings Zachery 10 Williams Trinity 09

APPROVED INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Aguilera Madilyn 02 Chandler Courtney 11
Arasin Talon 07 Dennis Chloe 11
Arasin Sabre 10 Dillard Raymond 12
Beerbower Skyler 04 Dixon David 02
Borrero-Lewis Santino 11 Free Elijah 01
Hinton Isaiah O5 Muthee Winnie 10
Holmgren Sven 11 O'Deii-Medley Breanna 12
Jacques Julianna K Ortiz Alexandria K
Johnson Aviva 02 Ortiz-Goff Olivia 09
Kaperick Gabriel 10 Peters Maliyah 01
King Leonard 03 Peters Amber K
La Nahvia O5 Radilla-Zarate Jireh 10
Lehman Amber 09 Richardson Samuel 11
Lujan Justina 11 Roberts Oakland O5
Mayor Justin O5 Smith Trenae 10
Melgoza Nancy 08 Torres Fabian 04
Merlos Ahliyah 09 Torres Leilani 09

MONTHLY TOTAL

Entry to Clover Park SD 34 Transfers Between CPSD Schools 22
Released from Clover Park 48 YTO Transfers Between CPSD Schools 1,612
Monthly Subtotal 82
Number Released from Clover Park to Online Schools 6 12.50%
(Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)

YEAR TO DATE TOTALS

Entry to Clover Park SD 658 35.00% Incoming 658
Released from Clover Park 1,222 65.00% Outgoing Less Still Enrolled 1,061
YTD Waiver Requests 1,880 100/0% Adjusted YTD Total 1,719
 
YTD Number Denied Entry to Clover Park 20 2.58%
YTD Number with signed Releases, that are still enrolled. (Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above) 161 13.18%

CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL ACTIONS

ATTACHMENT B

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

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Shakoor-Asadi Yasmine HR Cadre 1.0 4/10/17
Carver Diane Career & College Readiness Director 1.0 7/1/17
Holgrem Travis Lake Louise Principal 1.0 7/1/17
Stallard Patricia Custer Principal 1.0 7/1/17

RESIGNATION

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Brawley Kristina Idlewild Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Ellis Kelly Idlewild Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Hanley Elizabeth Beachwood Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Hilderbrand Mark Special Education Supervisor 1.0 6/30/17
Jordan Crystal Beachwood Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Lewis Myisa Four Heroes Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Olschner Carrie Lochbum Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Preston Siri Teaching & Learning Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Supan John Lakes Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Tobin Alexis Rainier Teacher 1.0 4/28/17
Whalen Sean Special Education Director 1.0 6/30/17
Williams Linden Lochbum Teacher 1.0 8/31/17

RETIRE

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Dick Sandra CPHS Teacher 1.0 6/30/17
Howard Terry Woodbrook Teacher 1.0 6/30/17
Langston Robin Rainier Teacher 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 Hours Effective Date
Bonfadini Jennifer Human Resources HR Specialist 8.0 TBD
Hamilton Andrea Evergreen Paraeducator 6.0 3/22/17
Hartzell Carrie Transportation Dispatcher 8.0 3/13/17
Mitchell Renee Transportation Bus Router/Liason 3.0 3/23/17
Pieszak Carrie Lake Louise Paraeducator 6.0 4/10/17

RESIGNATIONS

Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Gardner Bruce Maintenance & Operations Director 8.0 6/30/17
Hartz Dominique Meriwether Paraeducator 6.0 6/14/17
Merritt Bruce Purchasing Buyer 8.0 3/29/17
Moore Darcy Carter Lake Paraeducator 6.0 3/24/17
Waack Kristin Four Heroes Clerk 8.0 4/21/17

CERTIFICATED & CLASSIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACTS

COACHES 2016-17 SPRING

Last Name First Name Location Position Effective Date
Crawford Anthony CPHS Asst Cross Country Spring
Ireland Randall Mann Head Tennis Spring
Loughlin David Lochburn Head Tennis Spring
Saravia Rebecca Hudtloff Asst Volleyball Spring
Strenge Eric Mann Head Boys Track & Field Spring
Swortz Brandi Hudtloff Asst Track & Field Spring
Washburn Cynthia Mann Asst Volleyball Spring

CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Fiscal Report to our Taxpayers

Fiscal Year 2016-17

Preliminary March 2017

ENROLLMENT Budgeted Annual Average Current* Enrollment Annual Average (10 mo avg) -Variance-Budget-vs-Projected AAFTE
Full Time Equivalent w/out Running Start* 12,170.0 12.467.9 12,503.3 333
FTE for Running Start ** 86.0 120.1 121.9 36
Total FTE 12,256 12,588.0 12,625.2 369

*March Final Enrollment

**Enrollment for current month not available until the lOth

 

STAFFING *As of Mar 21, 2017 Adopted Staffing Budget Current* Staffing Variance over / <under> Budget
Certificated Staff: FTE 959.6 914.3 (45.4)
Est. Salaries & Benefits $93,594,023 $89,170,460 ($4,423,563)
Classified Staff: FTE 518.8 532.9 14.1
Est. Salaries & Benefits $42,448,236 $43,601,307 $1,153,071
Total Staff: FIE 1,478.4 1,447.1 (31.3)
Est. Salaries & Benefits $136,042,259 $132,771,767 ($3,270,492)

 

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 $416,000
Unassigned (residual) $11,897,441
Projected Ending Fund Balance $22,564,141

 

CURRENT LEVY BALANCE

Beginning Balance $ 5,354,562
Plus: Year-to-Date Revenues 12,885,305
Less: Year-to-Date Expenditures (12,644 050)
Current Balance $ 575951 818 as of Preliminary March 2017