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Section IX - EducationFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION •EDUCATION •SCHOOL DEPARTMENT •COMMUNITY SCHOOL Town and County of Nantucket 16 Broad Street Nantucket, MA 02554 NPS BUDGET DEVELOPMENT FY 2018 Fin Com Presentation January 19, 2017 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 15 NPS Enrollment Summary 2012-2018 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018* NES 656 683 723 722 717 350 NIS 0 0 0 0 0 372 CPS 306 348 334 332 330 348 NHS 424 450 490 513 541 551 TOTAL 1386 1481 1547 1567 1588 1621 NES NIS CPS NHS TOTAL *2017-2018 represents a projection at this time. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 16 NPS Historical Enrollments by Grade 1993-2016 SCHOOL YEAR PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 TOTAL Column1 Column2 Column3 Column4 WHITE HISPANIC AFR. AMER.OTHER 1993-1994 22 93 80 92 87 79 95 85 66 82 74 48 54 43 1000 94.9 0.4 4.2 0.5 1994-1995 18 91 94 76 93 86 78 92 87 74 82 72 46 53 1042 95.8 0.3 3.6 0.3 1995-1996 18 105 97 95 74 90 91 84 94 90 72 76 69 38 1093 94.8 0.5 4.0 0.7 1996-1997 21 87 107 104 97 79 91 93 83 94 88 68 79 71 1162 96.1 0.5 3.0 0.4 1997-1998 22 99 94 108 105 103 78 93 91 86 93 83 69 81 1205 95.4 0.6 3.2 0.8 1998-1999 20 98 103 97 114 104 101 84 95 93 83 82 94 69 1237 94.9 0.6 2.7 1.8 1999-2000 21 96 96 101 96 110 106 105 85 98 95 78 89 79 1255 93.9 1.1 4.5 0.5 2000-2001 19 69 94 89 95 98 103 100 103 83 95 95 76 82 1201 93.3 2.2 4.1 0.4 2001-2002 20 85 70 93 91 90 92 97 100 103 90 95 86 66 1178 90.2 3.8 5.1 0.9 2002-2003 19 74 83 76 86 84 90 84 94 97 109 76 93 76 1141 88.5 5.0 5.7 0.8 2003-2004 23 91 79 88 72 91 85 93 87 97 106 98 75 83 1168 85.4 4.8 8.6 1.2 2004-2005 37 91 96 84 87 81 95 88 98 91 113 100 95 67 1223 83.5 5.7 9.7 1.1 2005-2006 34 107 98 94 86 85 81 95 79 96 103 100 100 85 1243 85.3 4.7 9.2 0.8 2006-2007 38 101 104 101 96 88 89 83 104 90 112 109 98 95 1308 77.8 9.3 10.2 2.7 2007-2008 17 109 101 102 94 96 88 92 85 104 110 104 101 92 1295 75.0 10.3 11.0 3.7 2008-2009 44 83 112 93 97 97 89 92 86 84 112 101 95 93 1278 73.2 12.0 11.8 3 2009-2010 27 85 92 109 88 101 85 92 85 89 98 107 92 83 1233 70.7 12.5 13.0 3.8 2010-2011 27 94 96 89 108 96 104 95 96 92 110 85 107 90 1289 68.6 13.1 13.4 4.9 2011-2012 26 107 104 98 93 112 93 105 95 100 124 93 86 94 1330 66.5 14.7 13.6 5.2 2012-2013 28 106 111 104 105 89 113 104 106 96 130 108 103 83 1386 62.9 17.6 13.8 5.7 2013-2014 22 136 108 105 111 108 93 126 108 114 119 127 106 98 1481 61.8 20.3 12.3 5.6 2014-2015 23 124 134 110 110 113 109 94 132 108 136 130 123 101 1547 59.1 23.5 11.9 5.5 2015-2016 26 96 125 130 113 114 118 102 101 129 146 138 110 119 1567 58.1 25.3 10.6 5.9 2016-2017 35 84 117 121 134 112 114 120 104 106 145 145 139 112 1588Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 17 ELL Population 2001 -2018 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 2001-2002 2005-2006 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018* NES 15 15 115 144 152 155 150 CPS 12 12 21 31 32 37 38 NHS 3 6 29 47 62 63 65 TOTAL 30 33 165 222 246 255 253 NES CPS NHS TOTAL *2017-2018 represents a projection at this time. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 18 Special Education Population 0 50 100 150 200 250 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018* NES 73 81 76 66 75 75 CPS 53 49 44 41 43 53 NHS 73 70 83 75 92 85 OUT-OF-DISTRICT 11 8 11 7 8 7 TOTAL 210 208 214 189 218 220 NES CPS NHS OUT-OF-DISTRICT TOTAL *2017-2018 represents a projection at this time. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 19 NPS FY 2018 Budget Development FY 2017 Budget -$26,086,642 FY 2018 Budget -$27,486,642 Projected Increase -$1,400,000 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 20 School Committee Operating Budget $- $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $15,000,000 $20,000,000 $25,000,000 $30,000,000 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 NPS Budget $21,164,000 $21,499,213 $21,719,700 $22,221,969 $23,046,275 $24,066,458 $25,086,642 $26,086,642 $27,486,642 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 21 Per -Pupil Expenditure $- $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 NPS Per-Pupil Exp.$20,760 $21,306 $22,810 $20,854 $20,092 $20,074 $20,012 $20,658 State Per-Pupil Exp.$12,448 $13,006 $13,055 $13,354 $13,637 $14,022 $14,518 $14,920 NPS Per-Pupil Exp.State Per-Pupil Exp.Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 22 Chapter 70 Historical Comparison $- $500,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $2,500,000 $3,000,000 $3,500,000 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 Chapter 70 $1,286,906 $1,409,385 $1,327,049 $1,334,173 $1,387,053 $1,421,503 $2,126,945 $2,980,944 $3,067,074 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 23 Federal Grants 2016 -2017: $578,577 IDEA, $362,113 INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL, $8,834 SPED PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT, $12,726 TITLE I, $132,546 TITLE II, $18,806 TITLE III FORMULA, $40,751 TITLE III SUMMER, $1,051 SPED EARLY CHILDHOOD, $1,750 IDEA INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL SPED PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT TITLE I TITLE II TITLE III FORMULA TITLE III SUMMER SPED EARLY CHILDHOOD Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 24 NPS FY 2018 Budget Payroll, $22,307,555 , 81% Expense, $5,179,087 , 19% Payroll Expense Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 25 NPS FY 2018 Budget NES, 8,405,624, 31% CPS, 4,059,477, 15%NHS, 5,584,396, 20% Central, 4,353,554, 16% Technology, 846,714, 3% Athletics, 687,974, 2% Facilities, 3,548,903, 13% NES CPS NHS Central Technology Athletics Facilities Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 26 Community School Appropriation History 1998-2018 $- $200,000 $400,000 $600,000 $800,000 $1,000,000 $1,200,000 $1,400,000 $1,600,000 $1,800,000 1997- 1998 2001- 2002 2005- 2006 2009- 2010 2013- 2014 2014- 2015 2015- 2016 2016- 2017 Budget 2017- 2018 Forecast Participant Fees & Donations $580,994 $745,418 $914,819 $763,800 $894,761 $886,795 $1,197,899 $1,194,956 $1,148,127 Appropriation $237,791 $402,042 $310,000 $235,000 $350,000 $350,000 $350,000 $465,000 $465,000 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 27 Special Education–Residential Tuitions $- $200,000 $400,000 $600,000 $800,000 $1,000,000 $1,200,000 2010- 2011 2011- 2012 2012- 2013 2013- 2014 2014- 2015 2015- 2016 2016- 2017 2017- 2018 Budget Differential $340,306 $121,244 $-$-$-$-$-$- Circuit Breaker $193,268 $210,972 $459,811 $532,826 $520,424 $411,877 $445,160 $255,462 Appropriation $478,515 $771,736 $713,370 $425,123 $392,151 $650,000 $650,000 $750,000 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 28 NPS FY 2018 Budget Development Administrative Team: Parameters 1.Do a better job of funding line items accurately in order to reduce excessive transfers 2.Provide adequate staffing for the new intermediate school 3.Reduce the counselor-to-student ratio at the elementary school level 4.Continued support for students identified as English Language Learners 5.Maintain or decrease class sizes 6.Continue to develop curriculum and assessment systems Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 29 NPS FY 2018 Budget Development What will we accomplish with this budget? Additional custodial staff for the new school A nurse will be added for the new school, thereby reducing the Nurse/Student ratio from 1 to 720 to 1-350 Guidance Counselor/Student ratios are reduced at the elementary school level from 2 to 720 to 3 to 720 Class sizes will be maintained Technology teacher will be restored at CPS Administratively –assistant principals at all schools Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 30 Increases to FY 2017 Budget: New NIS Principal -$125,000 New NIS Nurse -$65,922 New NIS Librarian -$90,648 New NIS Guidance Counselor -$90,648 New NIS Custodian-day shift -$39,520 New NIS Custodian-day shift -$39,520 New NIS Custodian-night shift -$39,520 Increase Funding for an Electrician -$13,000 Funding to Promote to NIS Building Supervisor -$13,378 New NIS Assistant Building Supervisor -$50,000 Increase in SPED Tuition Line -$100,000 Increase in Utilities for New NIS Building -$102,294 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 31 QUESTIONS ON THE BUDGET? Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 32 Nantucket Public Schools Facilities FY18 Capital Requests Year Priority Project Funded Est. Cost FY '18 1 Paving at NHS/CPS No $ 300,000 1 School Improvements No $ 300,000 1 Backus Lane Playground & Field Improvements No $ 375,000 1 NHS/CPS HVAC upgrade No $ 450,000 Total:$ 1,425,000 Land Acquisition $ 500,000 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 33 Nantucket Public Schools 2018 Capital Requests NHS & CPS Paving of Parking Lots Capital Request is $300,000 for the completion of new pavement at NHS & CPS. Over time these lots have had trenches cut, large pot holes have formed as well as many cracks. Although some new paving took place during the building project these larger areas were not paved. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 34 Nantucket Public Schools 2018 Capital Requests School Improvements Capital request is for $300,000 for NES, CPS & NHS Building Improvements. Each school needs upkeep and capital repairs each year in order to keep them adequately maintained. NES needs interior and exterior doors replaced, carpet upgrades, built-in cabinet upgrades and some shingling, CPS needs locker painted, carpet upgrades & windows painted. NHS needs Science Lab upgrades, boys & girls locker replacements, dry sprinkler system install in the server room, chain link fence upgrades & some reshingling. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 35 Nantucket Public Schools 2018 Capital Requests Backus Lane Playground & Field Improvements Capital request of $375,000 to improve the Land Bank land on Backus Lane with. This request is to improve the Land Bank land that has been approved at ATM & has gone through legislature to be turned over to the schools for recreational purposes. With the new Intermediate 3-5 school opening in the fall of 2017 we need to add playground areas for their use. We also need to move the varsity baseball field from its current location onto this property as well as some additional parking. This funding will be necessary to get this project underway. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 36 Nantucket Public Schools 2018 Capital Requests NHS/CPS HVAC Upgrades Capital request is $450,000 to upgrade the HVAC Software and replace some motors and hardware in the NHS/CPS building.The HVAC System in the High School and Middle School is outdated and in serious need of an upgrade.The software and wiring that runs the system is outdated,can no longer be upgraded and portions of the school have gone without heat because of this.In the winter months we are constantly calling our contractor for repairs.We spent $103,000 in FY16 in repairs campus-wide.The work involved is outlined below: –Remove and discard existing DDC System –Provide, Install and Wire all necessary Hardware and Software for a fully functional Building Automation System Front End and Graphical User Interface. This includes new Server, PC Workstation, Network Equipment and User Licenses. –Furnish and install new Enterprise Server Software. –Furnish and install new desktop VM server with Microsoft 2012 Server software. –Furnish (1) new operator workstation with 24” LCD Monitor. –New graphics package will be done per building standards. –Field commissioning of graphical interface and checkout. –Replace all existing room thermostats. –Provide 24 hours of training. –Furnish and install new BACnet DDC Controllers for the following systems: Hot Water System (3) Boilers and (6) Pumps; (21) H&V/AHU Units; (71) Unit Ventilators; (65) Exhaust Fans; (8) Return Fans; (37) Convectors; (3) Air Cooled Condensing Units; (1) Emergency Generator.Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 37 Nantucket Public Schools Financials-Pupils-Staff KEY to PROPOSED CHANGES Projected Location ftes.ITEM $$$Org.Obj. NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Principal 125,000 13591 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Nurse 65,922 13519 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Librarian 90,648 13561 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Guidance Counselor 90,648 13562 51150 4.0 372,218 (+) Facilities NES/NIS 1.0 FAC *Hire an additional custodian at NIS - day shift 39,520 13581 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 FAC *Hire an additional custodian at NIS - day shift 39,520 13581 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 FAC *Hire an additional custodian at NIS - night shift 39,520 13581 51150 NES/NIS 0.0 FAC *Increase funding for an Electrician 13,000 13581 51150 NES/NIS 0.0 FAC *Increase funding to promote within to a Building Supervisor13,378 13581 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 FAC *Hire a new Assistant Building Supervisor at NIS 50,000 13581 51150 4.0 194,938 (+) Payroll Processing CENT Medicare *1.45% Federal Payroll Tax* on new hires 8,224 (+)various 51961's School Committee District-wide Status-Quo' Contractual & 'at-will' provisions 824,620 (+) ftes.$$$ TOTALS:8.0 FY2018 Required Additional Funding =1,400,000 (=) Funding Projection * Ad-hoc Budget Ctte. =-1,400,000 (+) Funding required to Balance Budget =0 (=)15-Dec-16 FY2018 Forecast (Account Line Number) Roll-forward Nantucket Intermidiate School 12/15/2016 1 of 1Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 38 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 39 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 40 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 41 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 42 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 43 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 44 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 45 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 46 I.Nantucket Elementary Department Cover Page II.Appropriation Graphs -Department budget portion of School Committee FY'17 Appropriation -Department budget funding allocations by category III.Department New Requests - New Savings with 'KEY TO CHANGES' -Stakeholder change suggestions with support narrative IV.Department Financials: Fiscal Year 2016; 2017 budget; 2018 estimate -Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons Nantucket School Committee FY2018 Education Appropriation Nantucket Elementary School Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 47 Nantucket Public Schools Financials-Pupils-Staff KEY to PROPOSED CHANGES Projected Location ftes.ITEM $$$Org.Obj. NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Principal 125,000 13591 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Nurse 65,922 13519 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Librarian 90,648 13561 51150 NES/NIS 1.0 NIS * Add 1.0 fte NIS Guidance Counselor 90,648 13562 51150 4.0 372,218 (+) NIS Nurse Currently, we have two guidance counselors serving students and families in grades PreK-5. This has meant working with 730+ students and families. In order to minimize the ratios of counselor to students and more approximate the support level of CPS and NHS, it is necessary to add a guidance counselor. We envision that we may need one person to be shared with NES and NIS, while keeping a fulltime counselor in each school. This is in response to greater needs of students in dealing with multiple issues that affect their access to academics. It will be necessary to staff the new library at NIS. Having three grades to teach and work with will allow for more curriculum integration. The librarian will be working with students in utilizing text resources and computers. It has always been a challenge for one nurse to handle the daily needs of 730+ students. Adding a nurse to NIS will allow for more regular screenings, handling of daily visits, managing preventative care, and keeping health records updated. It will be beneficial to have a separate principal to run NIS. This person will have a more narrow focus of working with staff and students in grades 3-5, the state testing years. Having a building principal and assistant principal for 350+ students will enable all to put their energies into improving student achievement. FY2018 Forecast (Account Line Number) Nantucket Intermediate School Budget Requests for Personnel – Fiscal Year 2018 Intermediate Principal NIS Librarian NIS Guidance Counselor 12/27/2016 2 of 8Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 48 Nantucket Elementary Budget is 30% of the SY 2016-2017 School Committee Budget Nantucket Elementary Payroll is 97% of the NES Budget NES, 7,788,687, 30% CPS, 3,990,114, 15% NHS, 5,447,397, 21% Central, 4,130,454, 16% Technology, 827,555, 3% Athletics, 681,954, 3% Facilities, 3,220,481, 12% NES CPS NHS Central Technology Athletics Facilities Payroll, 7,550,131, 97% Services, 31,400, 0% Supplies & Books, 149,056, 2% Travel & Other, 58,100, 1% Payroll Services Supplies & Books Travel & Other Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 49 Elementary Dept. Detail FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 NANTUCKET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13501 ELM GEN INST REMEDIAL SER T TA T TA T TA 13501 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 3.0 3.0 3.0 239,482 245,537 248,624 13501 51156 SALARY ADA COMPLIANCE 0 5,688 5,688 13501 51200 CURRICULUM/REMEDIATION 0 0 0 13501 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 4,135 3,643 3,688 13501 54106 SUPPLIES 2,543 3,425 2,100 13501 55101 BOOKS 3,982 2,100 3,425 13501 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 0 Costs reflect 2.3fte teachers with approx.0.7fte TOTAL ELM GEN INST REMEDIAL SER funded by district Title One grant 250,142 260,393 263,525 -70,000 -70,000 *-70000 est. PUPIL COUNT:67 70 75 13502 ELM GEN INST SCH-WIDE T TA T TA T TA 13502 51150 SALARIES 3.0 4.0 4.0 284,462 369,272 374,907 13502 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 1.0 0.0 0.0 36,175 0 0 13502 51961 MEDICARE 4,688 5,355 5,436 13502 54106 SUPPLIES 28,902 31,521 30,744 13502 55101 BOOKS 0 0 5,500 13502 57885 SCHOOL-WIDE TECHNOLOGY 40,559 19,223 29,000 TOTAL ELM GEN INST SCHOOL WIDE 394,787 425,371 445,588 SOCIAL WORKER PUPIL COUNT:43 64 70 ISLE PROGRAM PUPIL COUNT:148 241 255 MATH INTERVENTION 30 60 65 **Add $9,000 from Central for ST Math - grades 3-5 13503 ELM ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING T TA T TA T TA 13503 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 4.0 5.0 5.0 326,852 414,040 440,163 13503 51154 SALARY/AIDES 0 0 0 13503 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,269 6,003 6,382 13503 54106 SUPPLIES 0 0 1,500 13503 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13503-57101 IN-STATE TRAVEL 0 0 0 13503-57105 OTHER 0 0 0 TOTAL ELM ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING 332,121 420,043 448,045 PUPIL COUNT:119 140 150 *Funds needed to support 5 ELL teachers 13510 ELE SCH ACA PRESCHOOL T TA T TA T TA 13510 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 3.0 3.0 215,715 222,369 218,800 13510 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 2.8 2.8 2.8 94,416 105,323 108,447 13510 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,245 4,752 4,745 13510 54106 SUPPLIES 638 1,600 2,600 13510 55101 BOOKS 274 300 300 TOTAL ELE SCH ACA PRESCHOOL 314,287 334,344 334,892 PUPIL COUNT:28 35 40 13511 ELM SCH ACA KINDERGARDEN T TA T TA T TA ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED Net of Title One Salary Off-set *Add $5,500 from Central for Scholastic magazines FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budget 12/27/2016 Page 4 of 8Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 50 Elementary Dept. Detail FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 NANTUCKET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTEDACTUALCURRENTPROJECTED FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budget 13511 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.0 5.0 5.0 532,166 451,514 468,111 13511 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 8,870 6,547 6,788 13511 54106 SUPPLIES 6,084 4,000 5,000 13511 55101 BOOKS 3,426 3,500 2,500 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA KINDERGARDEN 550,546 465,561 482,399 PUPIL COUNT:134 85 110 13512 ELM SCH ACA 1ST GRADE T TA T TA T TA 13512 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.0 6.0 6.0 585,009 595,759 606,629 13512 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 9,330 8,638 8,796 13512 54106 SUPPLIES 3,405 6,554 6,554 13512 55101 BOOKS 3,442 4,445 3,445 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA 1ST GRADE 601,185 615,396 625,424 PUPIL COUNT:109 119 105 13513 ELM SCH ACA 2ND GRADE T TA T TA T TA 13513 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.0 6.0 6.0 466,326 509,934 522,953 13513 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7,892 7,394 7,583 13513 54106 SUPPLIES 2,931 4,725 5,725 13513 55101 BOOKS 3,988 5,709 3,709 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA 2ND GRADE 481,136 527,762 539,969 PUPIL COUNT:104 122 125 13514 ELM SCH ACA 3RD GRADE T TA T TA T TA 13514 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.0 6.0 6.0 440,435 574,061 587,048 13514 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7,338 8,324 8,512 13514 54106 SUPPLIES 9,973 4,000 5,000 13514 55101 BOOKS 3,985 4,709 3,709 13514 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 3,000 3,000 4,000 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA 3RD GRADE 464,731 594,094 608,269 PUPIL COUNT:110 133 125 13515 ELM SCH ACA 4TH GRADE T TA T TA T TA 13515 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.0 5.0 5.0 397,803 428,636 443,654 13515 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 6,396 6,215 6,433 13515 54106 SUPPLIES 4,361 4,000 5,000 13515 55101 BOOKS 4,055 8,233 4,485 13515 57101 TRAVEL 4,000 4,000 5,000 13515 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 252 0 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA 4TH GRADE 416,615 451,336 464,572 PUPIL COUNT:110 111 135 13516 ELM SCH ACA 5TH GRADE T TA T TA T TA 13516 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.0 5.0 5.0 445,862 403,774 413,558 13516 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7,101 5,854 5,997 13516 54106 SUPPLIES 3,292 4,000 5,000 13516 55101 BOOKS 3,608 3,709 3,709 13516 57101 TRAVEL 6,000 6,000 7,000 12/27/2016 Page 5 of 8Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 51 Elementary Dept. Detail FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 NANTUCKET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTEDACTUALCURRENTPROJECTED FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budget TOTAL ELM SCH ACA 5TH GRADE 465,863 423,337 435,264 PUPIL COUNT:93 113 115 13518 ELM SCH ACA PHY EDUCATION T TA T TA T TA 13518 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 2.0 199,362 203,549 212,334 13518 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,339 2,952 3,079 13518 54106 SUPPLIES 1,986 2,000 2,000 13518 54206 EQUIPMENT 438 2,120 2,120 13518 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13518 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA PHY EDUCATION 205,124 210,621 219,533 13519 ELM SCH OTH SER NURSE N NA N NA N NA 13519 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 2.0 91,390 93,150 159,969 13519 51154 NURSE ASST 1.0 1.0 1.0 32,525 33,986 34,976 13519 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,997 1,844 2,827 13519 53100 SCHOOL PHYSICIAN 0 1,000 1,000 13519 54106 SUPPLIES 3,008 3,035 3,035 13519 54206 EQUIPMENT 2,986 1,500 1,500 13519 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 0 0 0 13519 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL ELM SCH OTH SER NURSE 131,906 134,515 203,306 *New NIS Nurse 13531 ELM SCH ART T TA T TA T TA 13531 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 2.0 123,700 129,960 140,318 13531 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,133 1,884 2,035 13531 54106 SUPPLIES 3,735 6,455 6,485 13531 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 30 0 TOTAL ELM SCH ART 129,568 138,329 148,838 13532 ELM SCH MUSIC T TA T TA T TA 13532 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 2.0 163,328 126,563 131,663 13532 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,740 1,835 1,909 13532 54106 SUPPLIES 1,182 2,595 2,595 13532 54206 EQUIPMENT 241 400 400 13532 55101 BOOKS 0 275 275 13532 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 600 600 600 TOTAL ELM SCH MUSIC 168,092 132,268 137,442 13533 ELM SCH COMPUTERS T TA T TA T TA 13533 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.0 56,854 59,730 62,137 13533 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 842 866 901 13533 54106 SUPPLIES 1,640 3,500 3,500 13533 57105 OTHER/REPAIRS 0 925 925 TOTAL ELM SCH COMPUTERS 59,335 65,021 67,463 13540 ELM SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA T TA T TA T TA 12/27/2016 Page 6 of 8Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 52 Elementary Dept. Detail FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 NANTUCKET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTEDACTUALCURRENTPROJECTED FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budget 13540 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 9.0 9.0 9.0 749,533 787,253 835,198 13540 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 16.3 18.0 18.0 602,924 626,390 629,691 13540 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 20,734 20,497 21,241 13540 54106 SUPPLIES 1,816 3,950 3,950 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA 1,375,007 1,438,090 1,490,080 PUPIL COUNT:84 91 95 13550 ELM SCH ACA SUBSTITUTES T TA T TA T TA 13550 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 37,395 37,426 37,426 13550 51153 SALARY/LG. TERM SUBSTIT 88,698 75,100 75,100 13550 51155 SALARY SUBS FOR SP ED 27,989 14,500 14,500 13550 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,257 1,842 1,842 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA SUBSTITUTES 0.0 0.0 0.0 156,339 128,868 128,868 13561 ELM SCH INST SUP LIB&AUD L LA L LA L LA 13561 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 2.0 103,067 105,109 196,798 13561 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,720 1,524 2,854 13561 52705 AUDIO-VISUAL SUPPLIES 1,243 2,000 2,000 13561 54106 SUPPLIES 1,860 2,447 2,447 13561 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 8,799 8,799 13561 55101 BOOKS 9,846 10,000 10,000 TOTAL ELM SCH INST SUP LIB&AUD 117,736 129,879 222,897 *New NIS Librarian 13562 ELM SCH INST SUP GUIDANCE G GA G GA G GA 13562 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 3.0 196,158 205,671 298,257 13562 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,273 2,982 4,325 13562 54106 SUPPLIES 621 950 950 13562 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13562 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 PUPIL COUNT:# OF PUPILS SEEN INDIVIDUALLY,516 721 723 TOTAL ELM SCH INST SUP GUIDANCE AND AS SMALL GROUPS 200,568 209,603 303,532 *New NIS Guidance Counselor 13564 ELM SCH INST SUP STUD ACT 13564 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 3,003 3,003 3,003 13564 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 44 44 44 13564 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 4,355 6,500 6,500 13564 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 TOTAL ELM SCH INST SUP STUD ACT 7,402 9,547 9,547 13571 ELM SCH OTH SERV PROF DEV 13571 51150 PROF DEV SALARIES 495 2,957 2,957 13571 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7 43 43 13571 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 10,153 20,000 20,000 13571 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 4,383 22,000 22,000 TOTAL ELM SCH OTH SERV PROF DEV 15,038 45,000 45,000 13591 ELM SCH ADMINISTRATION A AA A AA A AA 13591 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 3.0 3.0 4.0 377,110 373,234 505,699 13591 51157 NTA STIPENDS 20,068 24,234 24,234 12/27/2016 Page 7 of 8Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 53 Elementary Dept. Detail FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 NANTUCKET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTEDACTUALCURRENTPROJECTED FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budget 13591 51158 SALARIES DESE 02 1.0 1.0 1.0 49,048 62,647 64,526 13591 51159 SALARIES DESE 03 1.5 2.3 2.5 112,183 151,849 168,677 13591 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 6,478 8,874 11,065 13591 53100 CONTRACTED SERVICES 431 900 900 13591 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 1,380 3,000 2,000 13591 54106 SUPPLIES 2,368 2,500 2,000 13591 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 1,650 2,070 2,070 TOTAL ELM SCH ADMINISTRATION 570,716 629,307 781,171 *New NIS Principal TOTALS PUPIL COUNT:688 718 755 estimate-only ELEMENTARY * STAFF SUMMARY * Teachers 50.0 52.0 52.0 Teaching Assistants 1.0 0.0 0.0 Special Services Teachers 11.0 12.0 12.0 Special Services Teaching Assistants 19.1 20.8 20.8 Nurses & Nurse Assistants 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 Librarians & Librarian Assistants 1.0 1.0 2.0 Guidance & Guidance Assistants 2.0 2.0 3.0 Administration 3.0 3.0 4.0 - Secretaries / Clerk DOE 02 1.0 1.0 1.0 - Administrative Assistants DOE 3 1.5 2.3 2.5 68.0 23.6 71.0 25.1 75.0 25.3 PERSONNEL TOTALS:91.6 96.1 100.3 ELEMENTARY * FINANCIAL SUMMARY * SALARIES [51100-51950]7,099,534 7,442,218 8,036,045 MEDICARE [51961]109,827 107,913 116,523 CONTRACTED SERVICES [52-53,999]16,320 31,400 30,400 SUPPLIES [54106....]81,586 93,257 98,185 EQUIPMENT [54206….]3,665 12,819 12,819 BOOKS [55,000's]36,605 42,980 41,057 TRAVEL, OTHER [57……….]19,633 38,877 41,595 HARDWARE/SOFTWARE [58,000's]40,559 19,223 29,000 TOTALS:91.6 96.1 100.3 7,407,729 7,788,687 8,405,624 ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 12/27/2016 Page 8 of 8Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 54 I.Cyrus Peirce Middle School Department Cover Page II.Appropriation Graphs -Department budget portion of School Committee FY'17 Appropriation -Department budget funding allocations by category III.Department New Requests - New Savings with 'KEY TO CHANGES' -Stakeholder change suggestions with support narrative IV.Department Financials: Fiscal Year 2016; 2017 budget; 2018 estimate -Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons Nantucket School Committee FY2018 Education Appropriation CYRUS PEIRCE MIDDLE SCHOOL Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 55 Cyrus Pierce School FY2018 Budget Narrative The Cyrus Peirce School budget request for FY18 is focused on maintaining a wide variety of courses as students begin to explore areas of interest. Our School Improvement Plan guides our budget requests, as we look to move from good to great in the areas of Instruction, Intervention, and Innovation. We plan to make adjustments to our master schedule that will include the addition of a robust advisory program and more opportunities for intervention and extension within the school day. We believe we can do all of this in a budget neutral way. With a focus on meeting the needs of all students, it will be important to maintain current levels of staffing for teachers of English Learners and our interventionists. We have worked hard to shift funds to the proper line items to better reflect our annual spending trends. This will allow us to avoid the number of transfers we have had to request in recent years. In FY18 we will try to fill a technology position that went unfilled in FY17. CPS is also requesting that NPS fund a larger portion of the Oceanography teacher salary as part of our highly successful partnership with the Egan Maritime Institute. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 56 Cyrus Peirce is 15% of the SY2016-2017 School Committee Budget Cyrus Peirce Payroll is 97% of CPS Budget CPS, 3,990,114 15% NHS, 5,447,397, 21% Central, 4,130,454, 16%Technology, 827,555, 3% Athletics, 681,954, 3% Facilities, 3,220,481, 12% NES, 7,788,687, 30% CPS NHS Central Technology Athletics Facilities NES Payroll, 3,875,518, 97% Services, 22,800, 1% Supplies, Books & Equipment, 44,100, 1% Travel & Other, 47,696, 1% Payroll Services Supplies, Books & Equipment Travel & Other Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 57 Middle School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 CYRUS PEIRCE MIDDLE SCHOOL Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13602 MID SCH GEN INST SCH WIDE T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13602 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.7 3.5 3.5 213,403 303,552 319,282 13602 51154 CPS STUDENT SUPPORT AIDES 1.0 0.0 0.0 22,138 0 0 13602 51156 SALARIES ADA COMPLIANCE 0 4,142 4,142 13602 51200 CURRICULUM/REMEDIATION 0 4,851 4,851 13602 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,559 4,532 4,760 13602 54106 SUPPLIES 0 0 0 13602 55101 BOOKS 0 0 3,000 13602 57885 TECHNOLOGY 36,639 36,000 28,846 TOTAL MID SCH GEN INST SCH WIDE 275,739 353,078 364,881 PUPIL COUNT: Reading Support 28 34 30 504 Plans 28 23 17 13603 MIDSCH ENGLISH LANG. TEACHING T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13603 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.6 2.0 2.0 156,869 193,859 197,610 13603 51154 CPS STUDENT SUPPORT AIDES 1.0 0.0 0.0 22,618 0 0 13603 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,773 2,811 2,865 13603 53100 PROF. SERVICES 0 0 0 13603 54106 SUPPLIES 365 1,000 1,000 13603 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13603 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 0 13603 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL MIDSCH ENGLISH LANG. TEACHING 182,625 197,670 201,475 PUPIL COUNT:28 32 38 13604 MID SCH HEALTH EDUCATION T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13604 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.0 99,948 101,519 106,150 13604 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,449 1,472 1,539 13604 53100 PROF. SERVICES 0 0 0 13604 54106 SUPPLIES 284 700 700 13604 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 264 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH HEALTH EDUCATION 101,946 103,691 108,389 13611 MID SCH ACA 6TH GRADE T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13611 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.2 5.2 5.2 473,136 409,738 414,591 13611 51151 SALARIES SCHOOL OVERTIME 0 0 0 13611 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 0 5,941 6,012 13611 54106 SUPPLIES 7,438 5,000 5,000 13611 55101 BOOKS 2,689 1,000 1,000 13611 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH ACA 6TH GRADE 483,262 421,679 426,603 PUPIL COUNT:94 103 114 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 12/14/2016 Page 4 of 8 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 58 Middle School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 CYRUS PEIRCE MIDDLE SCHOOL Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13612 MID SCH ACA 7TH GRADE T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13612 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.2 5.2 5.2 457,188 508,149 513,693 13612 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7,723 7,369 7,449 13612 54106 SUPPLIES 3,145 5,000 5,000 13612 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 0 13612 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH ACA 7TH GRADE 468,056 520,518 526,142 PUPIL COUNT:129 99 120 13613 MID SCH ACA 8TH GRADE T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13613 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.0 6.0 6.0 369,239 385,880 392,889 13613 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,789 5,595 5,697 13613 54106 SUPPLIES 4,099 5,000 5,000 13613 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 0 13613 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH ACA 8TH GRADE 379,127 396,475 403,586 PUPIL COUNT:114 132 103 13614 MID SCH ACA FOREIGN LANG T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13614 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.8 1.8 1.8 146,281 158,883 173,838 13614 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,252 2,304 2,521 13614 54106 SUPPLIES 163 2,000 2,000 13614 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13614 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH ACA FOREIGN LANG 148,695 163,187 178,358 13618 MID SCH PHYSICAL EDUCATIO T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13618 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.0 104,939 106,539 94,048 13618 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,722 1,545 1,364 13618 54106 SUPPLIES 911 1,200 1,200 13618 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 600 600 13618 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 362 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH PHYSICAL EDUCATIO 107,934 109,884 97,211 13619 MID SCH ACA NURSE N NA N NA N NA ----------------------------------- 13619 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.5 1.0 1.0 50,995 61,522 64,002 13619 51154 NURSE ASST 0.5 0.0 0.0 12,176 0 0 13619 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,019 892 928 13619 54106 SUPPLIES 2,203 2,500 2,500 13619 54206 EQUIPMENT 437 500 500 13619 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH ACA NURSE 66,829 65,414 67,930 12/14/2016 Page 5 of 8 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 59 Middle School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 CYRUS PEIRCE MIDDLE SCHOOL Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13622 MID SCH INDUSTRIAL TECH T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13622 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.6 0.4 0.4 57,617 25,347 26,369 13622 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 857 368 382 13622 54106 SUPPLIES 935 1,000 1,000 13622 54206 EQUIPMENT 798 800 800 13622 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13622 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH INDUSTRIAL TECH 60,208 27,515 28,551 13631 MID SCH ART T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13631 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.6 1.0 1.0 61,840 59,730 62,137 13631 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 897 866 901 13631 54106 SUPPLIES 1,884 1,800 3,000 TOTAL MID SCH ART 64,621 62,396 66,038 *Art Teacher increased from 0.6 to 1.0 13632 MIS SCH MUSIC T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13632 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.2 1.2 77,535 93,098 101,579 13632 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,301 1,350 1,473 13632 54106 SUPPLIES 859 2,500 2,500 13632 54206 EQUIPMENT 3,594 2,500 2,500 13632 55101 BOOKS 724 500 500 13632 57101 TRAVEL 287 0 0 13632 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 1,579 1,500 1,500 TOTAL MIS SCH MUSIC 85,880 101,448 110,052 13633 MIS SCH COMPUTERS T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13633 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 13633 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 135 0 0 13633 53100 PROF. SERVICES 0 0 0 13633 54106 SUPPLIES 0 0 0 13633 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13633 57105 OTHER/REPAIRS 0 0 0 TOTAL MIS SCH COMPUTERS 135 0 0 13640 MID SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA T TA T TA T TA -----------------------------------** 13640 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.2 6.0 6.0 530,876 499,236 510,423 13640 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 9.8 5.8 6.0 319,292 236,352 251,392 13640 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 13,288 10,666 11,046 13640 54106 SUPPLIES 952 2,500 2,500 13640 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 0 13640 55101 BOOKS 0 500 500 13640 57885 TECHNOLOGY, SPEC. SERVICES 2,104 1,000 1,000 TOTAL MID SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA 864,408 750,255 776,862 PUPIL COUNT:43 55 53 13650 MID SCH ACA SUBSTITUTES T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13650 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 9,945 13,000 13,000 12/14/2016 Page 6 of 8 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 60 Middle School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 CYRUS PEIRCE MIDDLE SCHOOL Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13650 51153 SALARY/LT.SUBSTITUTES 5,935 20,000 20,000 13650 51155 SALARY SUBS FOR SPED 6,281 14,000 14,000 13650 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 326 682 682 TOTAL MID SCH ACA SUBSTITUTES 22,488 47,682 47,682 13661 MID SCH INST SUP LIB&AUD L LA L LA L LA ----------------------------------- 13661 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.5 0.5 0.5 40,668 51,071 51,581 13661 51152 LIBRARY PART TIME 0 5,363 5,363 13661 51154 SALARY/AIDES 0.5 0.5 0.5 20,492 21,092 21,709 13661 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 974 1,124 1,140 13661 52705 AUDIO-VIS. SERVICES 0 1,500 1,500 13661 54106 SUPPLIES 1,514 1,000 1,000 13661 54206 EQUIPMENT 1,052 100 100 13661 55101 BOOKS 3,306 2,000 2,000 13661 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 40 400 400 TOTAL MID SCH INST SUP LIB&AUD 68,046 83,650 84,794 13662 MID SCH INST SUP GUIDANCE G SEC G SEC G SEC ----------------------------------- 13662 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.0 103,567 106,908 107,949 13662 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,739 1,551 1,565 13662 54106 SUPPLIES 436 400 450 13662 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13662 57101 TRAVEL 0 96 0 13662 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH INST SUP GUIDANCE 105,742 108,954 109,964 13663 MID SCH STUDENT ACTIVITIES ----------------------------------- 13663 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 9,353 7,203 5,005 13663 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 136 105 73 13663 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,872 4,000 4,000 TOTAL MID SCH STUDENT ACTIVITIES 11,361 11,308 9,078 13664 MID SCH ATHLETICS ----------------------------------- 13664 51150 COACHING STIPENDS 12,451 12,798 12,798 13664 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 180 186 186 13664 53100 OFFICIALS FEES 16,514 20,000 20,000 13664 54106 SUPPLIES 3,028 10,000 10,000 13664 54113 AWARDS 0 0 0 13664 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 0 0 0 13664 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH ATHLETICS 32,174 42,984 42,984 12/14/2016 Page 7 of 8 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 61 Middle School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 CYRUS PEIRCE MIDDLE SCHOOL Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13671 MID SCH OTH SER PROF DEV ----------------------------------- 13671-51150 PROF. DEV. SALARIES 0.6 0.6 0.6 63,227 63,087 43,586 13671 51961 MEDICARE 917 915 632 13671 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 15,550 15,000 15,000 13671 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 7,500 5,000 11,000 TOTAL MID SCH OTH SER PROF DEV 87,194 84,002 70,218 *Increase to reflect actual expenses 13691 MIDDLE SCH ADMINISTRATIVE A AA/SEC A AA/SEC A AA/SEC ----------------------------------- 13691 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 2.0 246,200 244,256 249,141 13691 51157 NTA STIPENDS 10,890 10,890 10,890 13691 51158 Sec/Clerk DOE 02 0 0 0 13691 51159 Adm. Asst. DOE 03 1.4 1.5 1.5 122,309 110,857 106,322 13691 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 4,778 5,307 5,312 13691 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 288 300 300 13691 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 1,356 2,000 2,000 13691 54106 SUPPLIES 3,120 4,000 4,000 13691 57101 CONFERENCE/TRAVEL 0 500 500 13691 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 1,109 1,500 1,500 13691 57885 TECHNOLOGY, ADMIN 0 1,700 1,700 TOTAL MIDDLE SCH ADMINISTRATIVE 390,048 381,310 381,665 TOTALS PUPIL COUNT:337 334 337 estimate-only CPS SUMMARY STAFFING & FINANCIAL DATA Teachers 25.7 28.3 28.3 Teaching Assistants 2.0 0.0 0.0 Special Services Teachers 6.2 6.0 6.0 Special Services Teaching Assistants 9.8 5.8 6.0 Nurses & Nurse Assistants 0.5 0.5 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 Librarians & Librarian Assistants 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 Guidance & Guidance Assistants 1.0 1.0 1.0 Professional Development 0.6 0.6 0.6 Administration - (Principal)2.0 2.0 2.0 - Secretaries / Clerk DOE 02 - Administrative Assistants DOE 3 1.4 1.5 1.5 36.5 14.2 39.4 7.8 39.4 8.0 CPS PERSONNEL TOTALS:50.7 47.2 47.4 SALARIES [51150-51950]3,827,409 3,832,922 3,898,339 MEDICARE [51961]51,813 55,580 56,526 CONTRACTED SERVICES [52-53,999]35,579 42,800 42,800 SUPPLIES [54106....]31,335 45,600 46,850 EQUIPMENT [54206….]5,881 4,500 4,500 BOOKS [55,000's]6,719 4,000 7,000 TRAVEL, OTHER [57,000's….]11,142 8,996 14,900 HARDWARE/SOFTWARE [57,800's]38,743 38,700 31,546 BUDGET TOTALS:4,008,622 4,033,098 4,102,461 Personnel Full-time Equivalents FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 ACTUAL BUDGET PROJECTED 12/14/2016 Page 8 of 8 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 62 I.Nantucket High School Department Cover Page II.Appropriation Graphs -Department budget portion of School Committee FY'17 Appropriation -Department budget funding allocations by category III.Department New Requests - New Savings with 'KEY TO CHANGES' -Stakeholder change suggestions with support narrative IV.Department Financials: Fiscal Year 2016; 2017 budget; 2018 estimate -Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons Nantucket School Committee FY2018 Education Appropriation Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 63 Nantucket High School FY2018 Budget Narrative We anticipate a new Assistant Principal in FY18. John Lucchini will be retiring. We will continue to explore curriculum opportunties and to develop courses designed to support our English Learners. This year we added SEI biology and algebra I. We also added a 21st century writing seminar course for ELs in the English Department. These courses nicely compliment our Heritage Speaker courses in the World Language department - Spanish for Spanish Speakers 1 and 2, which we have had for several years and which are open to all students. Our Student Success program continues to grow and evolve. We are exploring some grant opportunities, which if successful, could signficiantly expand the scope of the Student Success Program. We continue to benefit from the generosity of the Egan Foundation, which supports our Nursing and Allied Health course. FY18 will see the end of the MIE grant, which has provided over $300,000 in grant support for our Advanced Placement programs in English, Math and Science. 12/14/2016 Page 2 of 9 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 64 Nantucket High School is 21% of SY 2016-2017 School Committee Budget Nantucket High School Payroll is 97% of NHS Budget NHS, 5,447,397, 21% Central, 4,130,454, 16%Technology, 827,555, 3%Athletics, 681,954, 3% Facilities, 3,220,481, 12% NES, 7,788,687, 30% CPS, 3,990,114, 15% NHS Central Technology Athletics Facilities NES CPS Payroll, 5,280,168, 97% Services, 28,548, 0% Supplies, Books and Equipment, 86,418, 2% Other, 52,263, 1% Payroll Services Supplies, Books and Equipment Other Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 65 High School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13701 HIGH SCH GEN INST T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13701 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.5 1.7 1.7 132,532 149,273 160,033 13701 51154 SALARIES AIDES 1.0 1.0 1.0 39,653 40,812 42,006 13701 51156 SALARIES ADA COMPLIANCE 0 4,103 4,103 13701 51200 CURR./REMEDIATION 0 4,831 4,831 13701 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,698 2,886 3,059 13701 54106 SUPPLIES 0 0 0 13701 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 0 13701 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13701 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 1,600 500 13701 57885 TECHNOLOGY 0 0 0 TOTAL HIGH SCH GEN INST 174,882 203,504 214,533 PUPIL COUNT:34 15 18 13702 HIGH SCH GEN INST SCHWIDE ----------------------------------- 13702 54106 SUPPLIES 1,458 3,885 4,500 13702 55101 BOOKS 0 0 3,000 13702 57101 TRAVEL 0 2,000 2,500 13702 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 6,000 13702 57885 TECHNOLOGY 24,869 10,250 12,000 TOTAL HIGH SCH GEN INST SCHWIDE 26,326 16,135 28,000 13703 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13703 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 2.0 160,232 193,860 195,799 13703 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 13703 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,467 2,811 2,839 13703 53100 PROF. SERVICES 0 0 0 13703 54106 SUPPLIES 0 0 1,000 13703 55101 BOOKS 0 1,511 1,000 13703 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 0 13703 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING 162,699 198,182 200,638 PUPIL COUNT:51 62 65 13711 HIGH SCH ACA ENGLISH T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13711 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.0 6.0 6.0 538,270 576,688 589,978 13711 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 8,958 8,362 8,555 13711 54106 SUPPLIES 0 400 1,000 13711 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 1,000 13711 55101 BOOKS 7,740 10,440 10,000 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA ENGLISH 554,968 595,890 610,533 13712 HIGH SCH ACA MATHMATICS T TA T TA T TA NHS BEHAVIORAL MGT. FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 12/14/2016 Page 4 of 9 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 66 High School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED ----------------------------------- 13712 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.4 6.6 6.6 470,434 495,138 509,761 13712 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7,648 7,179 7,392 13712 54106 SUPPLIES 324 500 1,000 13712 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 1,000 13712 55101 BOOKS 2,812 3,100 1,500 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA MATHMATICS 481,217 505,917 520,652 13714 HIGH SCH ACA FOREIGN LANG T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13714 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 4.4 4.2 4.2 368,862 380,405 386,611 13714 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,707 5,516 5,606 13714 54106 SUPPLIES 514 1,000 1,000 13714 55101 BOOKS 6,500 8,602 1,000 13714 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 500 13714 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 13714 57885 TECHNOLOGY 0 0 500 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA FOREIGN LANG 381,584 395,523 395,217 13716 HIGH SCH ACA SOC STUDIES T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13716 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 4.2 5.2 5.2 377,775 449,859 458,054 13716 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,925 6,523 6,642 13716 54106 SUPPLIES 308 900 1,000 13716 55101 BOOKS 3,026 2,953 2,500 13716 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 700 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA SOC STUDIES 387,034 460,235 468,896 13717 HIGH SCH ACA SCIENCE T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13717 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.2 5.2 5.2 375,196 407,131 417,066 13717 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 6,038 5,903 6,047 13717 54106 SUPPLIES 1,024 6,100 6,100 13717 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 500 500 13717 55101 BOOKS 8,271 2,650 2,700 13717 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 100 100 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA SCIENCE 390,529 422,384 432,513 13718 HIGH SCH PHY EDUCATION T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13718 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.4 2.4 2.8 189,259 210,352 218,487 13718 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,097 3,050 3,168 13718 54106 SUPPLIES 3,963 4,105 4,000 13718 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 855 500 13718 55101 BOOKS 0 0 850 13718 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 4,400 13718 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 200 500 700 TOTAL HIGH SCH PHY EDUCATION 196,520 218,862 232,105 12/14/2016 Page 5 of 9 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 67 High School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13719 HIGH SCH ACA NURSE N NA N NA N NA ----------------------------------- 13719 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.5 1.0 1.0 49,495 63,368 65,922 13719 51154 SALARY/AIDES 0.5 0.0 0.0 12,176 0 0 13719 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,019 919 956 13719 53100 SCHOOL PHYSICIAN 0 100 0 13719 54106 SUPPLIES 1,118 1,200 1,000 13719 54206 EQUIPMENT 5,385 900 500 13719 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 100 250 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA NURSE 69,193 66,587 68,628 13720 CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM HS T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13720 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.0 58,559 61,522 64,002 13720 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 974 892 928 13720 54106 SUPPLIES 5,926 9,500 5,000 13720 54208 EQUIPMENT, EDUCATIONAL 0 2,452 1,500 13720 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM HS 65,459 74,366 71,430 13721 FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCE T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13721 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.4 0.2 0.0 23,434 0 0 13721 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 405 0 0 13721 54106 SUPPLIES 0 0 0 13721 55101 BOOKS 0 0 0 13721 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCE 23,839 0 0 13722 HIGH SCH INDUSTRIAL TECH T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13722 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.2 2.2 2.2 165,614 171,034 174,921 13722 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,613 2,480 2,536 13722-53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2,870 0 0 13722 54106 SUPPLIES 0 3,200 4,000 13722 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 1,000 13722 55101 BOOKS 0 600 500 13722 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL HIGH SCH INDUSTRIAL TECH 171,096 177,314 182,957 13731 HIGH SCH ART T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13731 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.2 2.2 2.0 148,082 156,194 161,582 13731 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,114 2,265 2,343 13731 54106 SUPPLIES 3,631 3,300 4,500 13731 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 500 2,700 13731 55101 BOOKS 0 0 100 13731 57105 OTHER 0 0 0 13731 57885 TECHNOLOGY 0 0 350 12/14/2016 Page 6 of 9 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 68 High School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED TOTAL HIGH SCH ART 153,827 162,259 171,575 13732 HIGH SCH MUSIC T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13732 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.6 1.6 1.6 156,874 159,921 163,665 13732 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,626 2,319 2,373 13732 54106 SUPPLIES 386 800 2,000 13732 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 200 13732 55101 BOOKS 1,831 2,000 500 13732 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 59 1,000 1,000 13732 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 800 500 TOTAL HIGH SCH MUSIC 161,777 166,840 170,238 13740 HIGH SCH ACA SPEC EDUCAT -----------------------------------****** 13740 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.2 5.0 5.0 386,530 390,902 418,969 13740 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 6.6 9.6 9.6 236,775 319,439 328,918 13740 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 9,705 10,300 10,844 13740 54106 SUPPLIES 64 900 1,000 13740 55101 BOOKS 0 182 500 13740 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 0 0 500 13740 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 800 13740 57885 SPEC ED TECHNOLOGY 0 1,000 800 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA SPEC EDUCAT 633,074 722,724 762,331 PUPIL COUNT:73 81 85 1 Grant paid1 Grant paid 1 Grant paid teacher teacher teacher 13750 HIGH SCH ACA SUBSTITUTES T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13750 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 12,240 26,000 26,000 13750 51153 SALARY/L. TERM SUBSTIT 10,978 38,121 38,121 13750 51155 SALARY SUBS FOR SP ED 855 7,000 7,000 13750 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 349 1,031 1,031 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA SUBSTITUTES 24,423 72,152 72,152 13761 HIGH SCH INST SUP LIB&AUD L LA L LA L LA ----------------------------------- 13761 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 0.5 0.5 0.5 40,668 51,071 51,581 13761 51152 LIBRARY PART TIME -1 6,533 6,533 13761 51154 SALARY/AIDES 0.5 0.5 0.5 20,492 21,092 21,709 13761 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 975 1,141 1,157 13761 52705 AUDIO-VISUAL SUPPLIES 0 2,047 500 13761 54106 SUPPLIES 543 883 1,000 13761 54206 EQUIPMENT 1,052 1,053 1,000 13761 55101 BOOKS 2,657 5,893 2,500 13761 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 74 100 13761 57885 TECHNOLOGY 0 0 500 TOTAL HIGH SCH INST SUP LIB&AUD 66,386 89,787 86,581 13762 HIGH SCH INST SUP GUIDANCE G GA/SEC G GA/SEC G GA/SEC 12/14/2016 Page 7 of 9 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 69 High School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13762 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 3.0 3.0 3.0 300,517 320,785 323,924 13762 51159 SALARIES, ADM.ASST. DOE 03 1.1 0.8 0.8 90,477 66,288 62,835 13762 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,757 5,612 5,608 13762 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2,637 2,640 2,640 13762 54106 SUPPLIES 770 1,000 1,000 13762 55101 BOOKS 0 400 500 13762 57101 TRAVEL 0 1,291 0 13762 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 800 500 13762 57885 TECHNOLOGY 0 0 3,000 TOTAL HIGH SCH INST SUP GUIDANCE 400,159 398,816 400,007 13763 HIGH SCH INST SUP STU ACT 13763 51150 SALARIES [NTA Stipends]48,713 43,487 36,607 13763 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 718 631 531 13763 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,772 3,000 3,000 13763 54106 SUPPLIES 0 0 500 13763 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 4,968 7,043 2,000 TOTAL HIGH SCH INST SUP STU ACT 56,172 54,161 42,638 13764 HIGH SCH INST SUP ATHLET ---------------------------------------------------A AA A AA A AA 13764 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 183,862 190,530 194,977 T TA T TA T TA 13764 51157 SALARIES - Coaches 0.6 0.6 0.6 216,444 197,803 199,291 13764 51159 SALARIES, Adm/Asst DOE 03 0 0 0 13764 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,838 5,631 5,717 13764 53300 TRANSPORTATION 149,593 152,871 152,871 13764 54106 SUPPLIES 32,532 36,000 36,000 13764 57101 TRAVEL 568 9,000 9,000 13764 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 27,904 22,000 22,000 TOTAL INST SUP ATHLETICS 616,741 613,835 619,855 13771 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ----------------------------------- 13771 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1,350 1,478 1,478 13771 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 20 21 21 13771 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 9,873 11,843 13,000 13771 57101 TRAVEL 0 0 1,500 13771 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 10,161 22,000 11,000 TOTAL HIGH SCH PROF DEVELOPMENT 21,403 35,342 26,999 13791 HIGH SCH ADMINISTRATION A AA/SEC A AA/SEC A AA/SEC ----------------------------------- 13791 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 2.0 262,160 270,024 275,425 13791 51157 SALARIES - NTA STIPENDS 32,614 24,234 24,234 13791 51158 SALARIES, Sec/Clerk DOE 02 0.8 0.8 0.8 37,158 40,764 42,037 13791 51159 SALARIES, Adm/Asst DOE 03 1.0 1.0 1.0 49,713 52,993 54,593 13791 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,599 5,626 5,746 13791 53100 PROF. SERVICES 4,698 8,440 8,000 13791 53110 GENERAL PRINTING 191 2,525 2,525 12/14/2016 Page 8 of 9 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 70 High School Dept. Detail FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents]Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13791 54106 SUPPLIES 711 825 2,000 13791 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 400 750 13791 55101 BOOKS 0 882 500 13791 57101 CONFERENCE/TRAVEL 2,363 3,365 2,000 13791 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 344 340 7,964 13791 57885 TECHNOLOGY, ADMIN.0 0 0 TOTAL HIGH SCH ADMINISTRATION 395,551 410,417 425,773 NHS STUDENT ENROLLMENT TOTALS:450 534 550 Grade 9 119 147 125 Grade 10 127 141 147 Grade 11 106 137 141 Grade 12 98 109 137 estimates-only NHS SUMMARY DATA Teachers 40.1 41.1 41.1 Teaching Assistants 1.0 1.0 1.0 Special Services Teachers 6.2 5.0 5.0 Special Services Teaching Assistants 6.6 9.6 9.6 Nurses & Nurse Assistants 0.5 0.5 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 Librarians & Librarian Assistants 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 Guidance Counselors & Assistants 3.0 1.1 3.0 0.8 3.0 0.8 Administration - (Principals & Ath.Dir.)3.0 3.0 3.0 - Secretaries / Clerk DOE 02 0.8 0.8 0.8 - Administrative Assistants DOE 3 3.1 2.8 2.8 53.3 13.6 53.6 15.4 53.6 15.4 NHS PERSONNEL TOTALS:66.9 69.0 69.0 NHS SUMMARY FINANCIAL DATA SALARIES [51150-51950]5,197,994 5,593,034 5,731,051 MEDICARE [51961]81,251 81,097 83,100 CONTRACTED SERVICES [52-53,999]171,634 181,419 182,036 SUPPLIES [54106....]53,273 76,545 78,100 EQUIPMENT [54206….]6,437 6,660 10,650 BOOKS [55,000's]32,836 39,213 27,650 TRAVEL, OTHER [57,000's….]46,567 72,013 74,514 HARDWARE/SOFTWARE [58,000's]24,869 11,250 17,150 BUDGET TOTALS:5,614,860 6,061,232 6,204,251 ACTUAL BUDGET PROJECTED Personnel Full-time Equivalents FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 12/14/2016 Page 9 of 9 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 71 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 72 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 73 I.Special Education Department Cover Page II.Appropriation Graphs -Department budget portion of School Committee FY'17 Appropriation -Department budget funding allocations by category III.Department New Requests - New Savings with 'KEY TO CHANGES' IV.Department Financials: Fiscal Year 2016; 2017 budget; 2018 estimate -Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons Nantucket School Committee FY2018 Education Appropriation SPECIAL SERVICES * System-Wide Budget Presentation Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 74 Special Education FY2018 Budget Narrative Key To Changes Special Services is seeing an increased appropriation for the Tuition Line from $650,000 to $750,000. This recommendation is in response to the following: • Average anticipated increase in tuition costs of between 3 – 5%. • One or two critical cases that may require out-of-district placement. • Decrease in circuit breaker funding coupled with an increase in the foundation amount charged to the districts. Circuit Breaker: How does it work? Circuit Breaker is a state reimbursement system designed to offset some of the costs of special education students who require extraordinary services. These services can be provided in-district or out-of-district. The local school system is first required to spend the “Foundation Amount” set by the Mass. Dept. of Ed. Each year this “Foundation Amount” has been increasing and is now approaching $50,000 per student. Once the Foundation Amount has been spent for a particular student, the district may then file a “claim” for partial reimbursement of the funds for that student that exceeds the Foundation Amount. The State sets the reimbursement amount which may vary from 40% - 72%, depending on the availability of state funds. For example, Student A at XYZ School for which the tuition is $150,000 per year. Foundation amount spent by the school district $ 50,000 Costs exceeding foundation amount (Claim) $100,000 Possible state reimbursement at 60% $ 60,000 Total cost to local school district $ 90,000 There are no other requests for additional appropriations. At this time, Special Services is confident that we have sufficient staff to meet the needs of current IEP/504 services. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 75 Special Services Budget is 21% of SY2016-2017 School Committee Budget Special Services Payroll is 79% of Special Services Budget SPED, 5,372,328, 21%Technology, 827,555, 3% Athletics, 681,954, 3% Facilities, 3,220,481, 12% NES, 6,016,253, 23% CPS, 3,239,860, 12% NHS, 4,724,673, 18% Central, 2,003,538, 8% SPED Technology Athletics Facilities NES CPS NHS Central Payroll, 4,234,012, 79% Services, 1,067,605, 20% Supplies, 23,732, 0% Travel, Techn.,Other, 46,979, 1% Payroll Services Supplies Travel, Techn.,Other Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 76 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Special Education Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13510 ELE SCH ACA PRESCHOOL T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13510 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 3.0 3.0 215,715 222,369 218,800 13510 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 2.8 2.8 2.8 94,416 105,323 108,447 13510 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,245 4,752 4,745 13510 54106 SUPPLIES 638 1,600 2,600 13510 55101 BOOKS 274 300 300 TOTAL ELE SCH ACA PRESCHOOL 314,287 334,344 334,892 PUPIL COUNT:28 35 40 13540 ELM SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA T TA T TA T TA ----------------------------------- 13540 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 9.0 9.0 9.0 749,533 787,253 835,198 13540 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 16.3 18.0 18.0 602,924 626,390 629,691 13540 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 20,734 20,497 21,241 13540 54106 SUPPLIES 1,816 3,950 3,950 TOTAL ELM SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA 1,375,007 1,438,090 1,490,080 PUPIL COUNT:84 91 95 13640 MID SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA T TA T TA T TA -----------------------------------*** 13640 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 6.2 6.0 6.0 530,876 499,236 510,423 13640 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 9.8 5.8 6.0 319,292 236,352 251,392 13640 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 13,288 10,666 11,046 13640 54106 SUPPLIES 952 2,500 2,500 13640 54206 EQUIPMENT 0 0 0 13640 55101 BOOKS 0 500 500 13640 57885 TECHNOLOGY, SPEC. SERVICES 2,104 1,000 1,000 TOTAL MID SCH ACA SPEC EDUCA 866,512 750,255 776,862 PUPIL COUNT:43 55 53 13740 HIGH SCH ACA SPEC EDUCAT T TA T TA T TA -----------------------------------****** 13740 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 5.2 5.0 5.0 386,530 390,902 418,969 13740 51154 SALARIES, AIDES 6.6 9.6 9.6 236,775 319,439 328,918 13740 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 9,705 10,300 10,844 13740 54106 SUPPLIES 64 900 1,000 13740 55101 BOOKS 0 182 500 13740 57885 SPEC ED TECHN.0 1,000 800 TOTAL HIGH SCH ACA SPEC EDUCAT 633,074 722,724 761,031 PUPIL COUNT:73 81 85 1 Grant paid 1 Grant paid 1 Grant paid teacher teacher teacher 13840 CEN SYS SPECIAL EDUCATION -----------------------------------A AA A AA A AA 13840 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.0 1.2 1.0 266,272 225,280 227,725 Account is a component of NES budget Account is a component of NES budget Account is a component of CPS budget Account is a component of NHS budget FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 12/19/2016 Page 4 of 5 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 77 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Special Education Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED ST STA ST STA ST STA 0 13840 51152 SALARIES SCHOOL 766 5.0 6.4 6.4 363,472 629,943 638,501 13840 51155 SALARY - TRANSPORTATION 2,151 6,240 6,240 13840 51157 SALARIES - OFF DUTY 27,643 45,855 45,855 13840 51159 SALARIES, ADM.ASST. 13840 51200 SALARY, SUMMER SCHOOL 102,208 78,913 78,913 13840 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 11,715 14,300 14,460 13840 52070 TUITION 213,536 650,000 750,000 13840 53102 GENERAL:LEGAL SERVICES 21,724 28,750 28,750 13840 53190 CHAP 766 TUTORS 300 8,600 8,600 13840 53191 CHAP 766 CONSULTANTS 62,097 98,944 98,944 13840 53192 PROF. DEVELOPMENT 3,230 9,424 9,424 13840 53194 EVAL. & ASSESSMENT 13,126 19,131 19,131 13840 53195 ADA COMPLIANCE 227 2,156 2,156 13840 53196 CON SERV 766 BUSES 202,675 250,600 250,600 13840 54106 SUPPLIES 2,288 3,300 3,300 13840 54114 SUPPLIES 766 8,945 10,500 10,500 13840 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 28,147 35,947 35,947 13840 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 379 4,008 4,008 13840 57885 TECHNOLOGY - INSTRUCTIONAL 84 5,024 5,024 TOTAL CEN SYS SPECIAL EDUCATION 1,330,217 2,126,916 2,238,078 Residential Placement count:8 10 7 estimate SPED SUMMARY DATA Special Services Teachers 27.4 29.4 29.4 Special Services Teaching Assistants 35.5 36.2 36.4 Administration - (Director)1.0 1.1 1.2 - Administrative Assistant 1.0 1.0 1.0 28.4 36.5 30.5 37.2 30.6 37.4 SPED PERSONNEL TOTALS:64.9 67.7 68.0 SPED SUMMARY FINANCIAL DATA SALARIES [51150-51950]3,897,805 4,173,496 4,299,072 MEDICARE [51961]58,687 60,516 62,337 CONTRACTED SERVICES [52-53,999]516,914 1,067,605 1,167,605 SUPPLIES [54106....]14,703 22,750 23,850 EQUIPMENT [54206….]0 0 0 BOOKS [55,000's]274 982 1,300 TRAVEL, TECHN, OTHER [57,000's….]30,714 46,979 46,779 BUDGET TOTALS:4,519,097 5,372,328 5,600,943 ACTUAL BUDGET PROJECTED included in -51150 Personnel Full-time Equivalents 12/19/2016 Page 5 of 5 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 78 I.Nantucket Community School - Cover Page II.Nantucket Community School - Narrative III.Expenses, Income & Appropriation Charts: •Nantucket Community School - Expenses by Programs - FY18 •Nantucket Community School - Income Sources - FY18 •Application of School Committee Appropriation - FY18 IV.Community Engagement Chart: •Four year Comparison Chart (FY13, FY14, FY15 & FY16) V.Department Financials: •FY 2016 actuals; 2017 budget; 2018 proposed •NCS Revolvers - Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons •Grant & Gift Accounts - Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons •FY 2016, 2017 & 2018 Donations - Receipted Pending & Potential Nantucket School Committee FY 2018 Education Appropriation COMMUNITY SCHOOL * Budget Presentation * 12/2/2016 Page 1 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 79 Projected Budget:•$1,613,127 • Request for appropriation remains the same as last fiscal year: $400,000 + $65,000 • $400,000 - Base request to help maintain low cost program registration fees and related operational costs. • $65,000 - FY2018 is the final year of a two-year capital allocation ($130,000 total) approved to offset office rental and overall operational costs. Income, Expenses & •The enclosed Community School FY2018 projection results in a 'balanced-budget' relative Appropriation Charts to the School Committee's allocation. •NCS programming has four funding sources: 7% Gifts/Donations, 29% Town Appropriation & 64% Collected Registration Fees. The 4th funding source, State/Federal Grants totaling $80,900, are not permitted to be combined with revolvers. •Early Childhood E & E is funded via NCS Revolvers, Town Appropriation, State Grants & Gift/Donation Accounts. •NCS Wee Whalers (remains separate from Early Childhood) •Community Recreation • Community Recreation is managed via both NCS & TON revolvers. • Agreement/MOU established between NCS & TON. • DPW continues responsibility of maintenance for grounds & facilities. Community Engagement:•This chart portrays the number of participants engaged in NCS programs by Department. •Early Childhood Education & Enrichment information now demonstrates number of classes AND number of participants. Of note, there is a proportional increase in participation with the opening of our second satelite office at Candlewick Corner. Nantucket's families with young children are clearly interested in engaging, playing and connecting with their children and with their fellow parents as evidenced by the high participation rates to both the registered classes, playgroups and community events, as well as, to the Early Childhood Center for drop in play. •Child & Teen Enrichment remains fairly level while Summer Camp is beginning to climb in numbers. Going forward, we anticipate the revenue to match the increasea revenue increase, as well. Focus for FY18 includes expanding numbers to current camps while developing additional Specialty Programs such as Tween Tech, The Great Cookie Caper Forensic Camp, Reporter on Safari, Nantucket Young Chef Academy, Chinese for Children. •While Nantucket Community Pool appears to sharply decrease in youth and adult participation, we are questioning our data collection methods. The decrease appears to correspond to school entrance policy changes at NHS in late Spring of 2014. This policy impacted the staffing needs at the Pool entrance with more self directed sign-in rather than a required sign-in. Our ASAP registration software allows for electronic membership tracking, but it does require additional hardware and some oversight. There appears to be more choices in the community for pool membership options available to our summer visitors, as well. •Adult Education & Enrichment and Adult Literacy is in a new "foundational" year with new leadership. Sheryll Reichwien brings incredible experience with a heightened focus on strategizing solutions for our island's nonprofit development, generating energy around our upcoming English Language Symposium & ELL Teacher Training Initiative while developing collegial relationships to identify new avenues for adult transitional learning programs, career enhancement and alternative funding sources. Adding Lindsay Pykosz as our AE Program Assistant & NCS Marketing Coordinator turns this mini team into quite the Dynamic Duo! FY 2018 Budget Narrative The FY 2018 projection reflects changes, as follows: 12/2/2016 Page 2 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 80 Grant & Gift Accounts:•These municipal accounts are utilized to track other sources of income for designated purposes. •Early Childhood Education & Enrichment • $79,900 - Coordinated Family & Community Engagement State Grant • FY17 is Year 3 of a 3-year competitive grant through the Department of Early Education & Care •Early Childhood Education Summer Boost - Kindergarten Readiness Program • $1,000 - Nantucket Education Trust (FY17) • $20,630 - The Nantucket Fund (CFNan) (FY17) •NCS Wee Whalers (Early Childhood Education) • $10,000 - The ReMain Nantucket Fund™ (FY17/18) • $10,000 - The Nantucket Fund™ (FY17/18) • $12,000 - Nantucket Golf Club Foundation (CFNan) (FY17/18) •Adult Education & Enrichment - HiSET & ESOL Educational Support program • $8,000 - The Nantucket Fund™ (FY17/18) • $4,000 - Nantucket Yacht Club (FY17/18) • $750 - HiSET (formerly GED) State Grant Personnel & Benefits:•TOTAL Personnel & Benefits across all accounts: • Permanent FTE - 13.7 12.0 individuals accessing benefits (16 core employees) • Temporary FTE - 12.6 154.0 individuals (0 benefits) •NCS Revolvers: • Permanent FTE - 12.0 10.5 individuals accessing benefits • Temporary FTE - 12.6 145.0 individuals (0 benefits) •TON Revolver: • Permanent FTE - 0.75 0.5 individuals accessing benefits • Temporary FTE - 1.00 8.0 individuals (0 benefits) •CFCE Grant: • Permanent FTE - 0.8 1.0 individuals accessing benefits • Temporary FTE - 0.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . •Wee Whalers: • Permanent FTE - 2.0 2.0 individuals accessing benefits • Temporary FTE - 0.5 2.0 indviduals (0 benefits) 12/2/2016 Page 3 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 81 Nantucket Community School - Income Sources FY18 Nantucket Community School - Expenses by Programs FY18 Public Appropriation, - 465,000, -29% Fundraising-Donations, -114,500, -7% Program Income, - 1,033,627, -64% Public Appropriation Fundraising-Donations Program Income Adult Education and Enrichment, 108,100 , 7%NCS Admin Office, 313,057 , 19% Community Pool, 317,400 , 20% Adult Literacy, 78,712 , 5% Extended Day, 322,100 , 20% Early Childhood Enrichment, 146,672 , 9% Driver's Education, 76,600 , 5% Summer Program, 250,486 , 15% Adult Education and Enrichment NCS Admin Office Community Pool Adult Literacy Extended Day Early Childhood Enrichment Driver's Education Summer Program 12/2/2016 Page 4 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 82 FY2018 - Application of School Committee Appropriation Twenty Year Historical Comparison of NCS Town Appropriation and Participant Fees and Donations NCS Admin Office, 288,057, 62%Adult Literacy, 14,262, 3% Early Childhood Enrichment, 92,500, 20% Adult Education/Enrichment, 10,000 , 2% Community Pool, 18,666 , 4%Extended Daycare, 41,515 , 9% NCS Admin Office Adult Literacy Early Childhood Enrichment Adult Education/Enrichment Community Pool Extended Daycare $- $200,000 $400,000 $600,000 $800,000 $1,000,000 $1,200,000 $1,400,000 $1,600,000 Participant Fees & Donations Appropriation 12/2/2016 Page 5 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 83 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 Early Childhood ECC Drop In 1893 2150 0 1500 Early Childhood CFCE Classes 104 117 67 85 Early Childhood Education Participants N/A N/A 1722 2519 Child & Teen Enrichment 671 851 801 762 Summer ACKventure Camps 1072 1027 1022 1061 Adult Education & Enrichment 577 931 934 570 Adult Literacy 48 31 26 36 Community Pool - Youth 2532 2928 2729 2570 Community Pool - Adult 4291 4523 3984 2890 Total Community Engagement 11188 12558 11285 11993 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 Early Childhood ECC Drop In Early Childhood CFCE Classes Early Childhood Education Participants Child & Teen Enrichment Summer ACKventure Camps Adult Education & Enrichment Adult Literacy Community Pool - Youth Community Pool - Adult FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 12/2/2016 Page 6 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 84 Nantucket Community Pool Community Engagement Charts FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 Drop-ins 1197 1128 1275 1069 982 Swim Team 200 215 225 208 249 Swim/Fitness/LG classes 802 1189 1428 1452 1339 Membership 69 59 52 42 49 Total 2199 2532 2928 2729 2570 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 Drop-ins 2992 2890 3265 2915 1720 Swim/Fitness/LG classes 984 1006 992 854 939 Membership 403 395 266 215 231 Total 4379 4291 4523 3984 2890 12.00 13.00 6.00 8.00 12.00 12 12 Pool - Youth Number of Participants Pool - Adults Number of Participants 2992 984 403 2890 1006 395 3265 992 266 2915 854 215 1720 939 231 DROP-INS SWIM/FITNESS/LG CLASSES MEMBERSHIP Pool -Adults Number of Participants FY12 Number of Participants FY13 Number of Participants FY14 Number of Participants FY15 Number of Participants FY16 1197 200 802 69 1128 215 1189 59 1275 225 1428 52 1069 208 1452 42 982 249 1339 49 DROP-INS SWIM TEAM SWIM/FITNESS/LG CLASSES MEMBERSHIP Pool -Youth Number of Participants FY12 Number of Participants FY13 Number of Participants FY14 Number of Participants FY15 Number of Participants FY16 12/2/2016 Page 7 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 85 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 Adult 1 month 65 84 58 46 45 Adult 3 month 65 65 64 68 41 Adult 1 year 34 35 33 25 23 Senior 3 month 16 32 32 27 28 Senior 1 year 29 31 33 21 28 Family 3 month 50 42 40 20 33 Family 1 year 12 13 6 8 12 Adult Memberships Number of Participants 65 65 34 84 65 35 58 64 33 46 68 25 45 41 23 ADULT 1 MONTH ADULT 3 MONTH ADULT 1 YEAR Pool -Adult Individual Memberships Number of Participants FY12 Number of Participants FY13 Number of Participants FY14 Number of Participants FY15 Number of Participants FY16 16 29 32 3132 33 27 21 28 28 SENIOR 3 MONTH SENIOR 1 YEAR Pool -Senior Memberships Number of Participants FY12 Number of Participants FY13 Number of Participants FY14 Number of Participants FY15 Number of Participants FY16 50 12 42 13 40 620 8 33 12 FAMILY 3 MONTH FAMILY 1 YEAR Pool -Family Memberships Number of Participants FY12 Number of Participants FY13 Number of Participants FY14 Number of Participants FY15 Number of Participants FY16 12/2/2016 Page 8 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 86 - SUMMARY - FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT INCOME SOURCES Public Appropriation (350,000) (350,000) (465,000) (465,000) Fundraising (23,306) (1,200) (72,000) (114,500) Program Income (863,489) (846,515) (1,122,956) (1,033,627) (1,236,795) (1,197,715) (1,659,956) (1,613,127) EXPENSE USES Payroll - FTE 11.2 12.9 10.6 13.4 11.5 14.1 12 12.60 940,725 943,284 1,147,387 1,085,908 Health Insurance Prems.7.4 7.8 10.3 10.5 110,112 131,059 156,055 215,338 Services 78,784 147,550 213,921 186,851 Supplies 55,160 39,543 78,604 83,400 Equipment 1,808 2,550 26,139 20,280 Travel & Other 8,975 8,819 37,850 21,350 1,195,563 1,272,804 1,659,956 1,613,127 (41,232) 75,089 - - (surplus)(deficit) - LINE-ITEM DETAIL - 26309 ADULT EDUCATION & ENRICHMENT FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26309 42193 PROGRAM INCOME (55,172) (53,160) (105,000) (76,100) 26309 49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION (35,000) - (45,995) (10,000) 26309 48305 FUNDRAISING DONATIONS (15,043) - (23,000) (22,000) 26309-48400 OTHER INCOME - - - - 26309 49000 REFUNDS - 150 550 - 26309 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 1.62 0.88 0.95 0.45 70,192 35,439 57,154 27,000 26309 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 1.85 2.00 2.30 2.10 29,674 28,937 43,000 32,000 26309-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 1.20 0.96 0.95 0.90 23,035 19,326 16,766 16,480 26309 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,448 933 1,500 900 26309 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 15,153 11,336 21,000 17,520 26309 53103 ADVERTISING 1,667 1,776 1,525 1,100 26309 53110 PRINTING:GENERAL 9,906 5,170 2,500 800 26309 54106 PROGRAM SUPPLIES 4,692 2,747 3,000 3,300 26309 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - - - 1,200 26309 54113 AWARDS RIBBONS - - - 400 26309 54901 FOOD:GENERAL - - - 400 26309 57101 TRAVEL 892 875 2,000 7,000 26309 57105 OTHER EXPENSE - - 25,000 - Total Revenues:(105,215) (53,010) (173,445) (108,100) Total Expenses:156,660 106,539 173,445 108,100 51,445 53,529 - - (deficit)(deficit) 26310 NCS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26310-49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION (242,582) (250,026) (309,033) (288,057) 26310-48305 FUNDRAISING DONATIONS - - - (25,000) 26310-48400 REVENUES - MISC - - - - 26310-49000 REFUNDS - - - - 26310-51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 1.63 1.12 1.65 2.10 142,082 143,963 160,000 176,510 26310-51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 0.50 0.10 0.00 - 23,089 5,000 - 26310-51150 SALARY, CUSTODIAL - - - - 26310-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 2.00 1.12 1.65 2.10 44,565 29,584 29,133 45,986 26310-51961 MEDICARE 2,060 2,422 2,400 2,600 26310-52101 UTILITIES - - - - 26310-52700 RENT - - 68,000 64,100 26310-53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 17,454 74,374 33,000 15,561 26310 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 386 - 3,000 2,200 26310 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE - 574 100 - 26310-54106 SUPPLIES - - - 400 26310 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 951 - 1,100 1,600 26310-54206 EQUIPMENT 108 - 7,000 3,000 26310 54901 FOOD:GENERAL - - - 300 26310 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL - 106 300 300 26310 57105 OTHER EXPENSE - - - - 26310-57301 DUES: PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN - - - 500 Total Revenues:(242,582) (250,026) (309,033) (313,057) Total Expenses:207,605 274,112 309,033 313,057 (34,977) 24,086 - - (surplus)(deficit) 2015 2016 2017 2018 2015 2016 2017 2018 Personnel fte's [full-time equivalents] F= full-time; P= part-time; B=benefits 2017 201820152016 12/2/2016 Page 9 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 87 26311 COMMUNITY POOL FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26311 42192 POOL FEE INCOME (24,102) (19,659) (32,000) (34,200) 26311 42193 SWIM TEAM INCOME (36,067) (47,976) (57,000) (58,009) 26311 42194 RESALE INCOME (1,035) (230) (6,336) (4,000) 26311 42195 MEMBERSHIP INCOME (40,475) (42,290) (63,040) (56,000) 26311-42196 DUES-DOLPHIN SWIM CLUB (4,070) (14,617) (15,000) (26,000) 26311 43610 RENTAL INCOME (4,650) (4,535) (5,000) (5,475) 26311 49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION (4,132) - (2,145) (18,666) 26311 48305 FUNDRAISING DONATIONS 2,996 (1,100) (4,000) (1,000) 26311 48400 PROGRAM INCOME (143,487) (105,198) (155,000) (115,050) 26311 49000 REFUNDS - - 1,000 1,000 26311 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 3.50 3.50 3.70 4.00 144,598 160,807 198,500 216,000 26311 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 2.00 1.80 1.80 1.00 80,890 69,528 75,000 30,000 26311-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 1.00 1.00 2.70 2.00 - 9,282 28,382 24,000 26311 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,270 3,340 4,000 3,600 26311 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 50 5,000 9,300 26311 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - 170 1,500 1,200 26312 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - - 2,300 800 26311 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT - - - - 26311 54106 PROGRAM SUPPLIES 2,381 1,541 2,500 15,600 26311 54112 CHEMICALS 5,218 4,204 9,000 7,500 26311-54113 AWARDS RIBBONS 267 - 100 - 26311 54111 SWIM SUPPLIES - - - - 26311 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 126 784 1,000 200 26311 54206 EQUIPMENT 1,000 - 3,139 1,000 26311 55801 RESALE ITEMS - - 2,000 1,200 26311 57101 IN-STATE TRAVEL 4,892 5,072 5,000 6,000 26311 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 465 - - - 26311-57106 US SWIMMING - - 100 - 26311 57301 DUES 900 1,000 1,000 1,000 Total Revenues:(255,022) (235,605) (338,521) (317,400) Total Expenses:244,005 255,777 338,521 317,400 (11,017) 20,172 - - (surplus)(deficit) 26313 ADULT LITERACY FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26313 42193 PROGRAM INCOME (12,733) (7,511) (14,600) (28,450) 26313 49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION (7,775) (13,532) (11,012) (14,262) 26313 48305 FUNDRAISING DONATIONS - - (10,000) (36,000) 26313-48400 OTHER INCOME - - - - 26313 49000 REFUNDS - - 500 - 26313 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.60 14,739 11,758 15,600 39,312 26313 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 0.68 0.25 0.70 1.00 4,043 4,498 12,000 8,000 26313-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.60 4,779 3,752 4,412 15,450 26313 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 272 236 400 700 26313 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 496 300 10,350 26313 53103 ADVERTISING - - - 1,100 26313 53110 BROCHURE - - - 400 26313 54106 PROGRAM SUPPLIES 1,131 375 2,000 1,500 26313 54206 EQUIPMENT - - - 1,200 26313 54901 FOOD:GENERAL - - - 100 26313 57101 TRAVEL 172 53 400 600 26313 57105 OTHER EXPENSE - - - - Total Revenues:(20,508) (21,043) (35,112) (78,712) Total Expenses:25,136 21,167 35,112 78,712 4,628 124 - - (deficit)(deficit) 2015 2016 2017 2018 2015 2016 2017 2018 12/2/2016 Page 10 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 88 26315 EXTENDED DAY FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26315 42193 PROGRAM INCOME (264,630) (238,430) (306,000) (281,085) 26315 49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION (22,000) - (10,215) (41,515) 26315 48305 FUNDRAISING DONATIONS (7,359) - - - 26315 49000 REFUNDS 288 - 500 500 26315 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 2.50 1.99 2.00 2.55 108,671 80,837 116,215 152,500 26315 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL 3.75 4.00 4.50 4.00 68,900 59,010 90,500 55,000 26315-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 1.63 1.75 1.70 2.00 24,718 19,091 25,677 45,320 26315 51961 MEDICARE 2,574 2,027 3,000 3,000 26315 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 4,929 19,744 31,000 26,250 26315 53103 ADVERTISING 6,110 3,362 1,935 1,200 26315 53110 PRINTING:GENERAL - - 3,388 800 26315 54106 SUPPLIES 19,914 17,651 30,000 26,000 26315 54206 EQUIPMENT - 2,550 12,000 8,080 26315 54901 FOOD:GENERAL - - - 2,300 26315 57101 TRAVEL 342 1,609 2,000 1,600 26315 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 400 - - - 26315 57301 DUES - - - 50 Total Revenues:(293,701) (238,430) (315,715) (322,100) Total Expenses:236,558 205,881 315,715 322,100 (57,143) (32,549) - - (surplus)(surplus) 26317 EARLY CHILDHOOD ENRICHMENT FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26317 42193 PROGRAM INCOME (700)(6,960) (31,730) (23,672) 26317 49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION (31,151)(86,442) (86,600) (92,500) 26317 48305 FUNDRAISING DONATIONS - (100) (35,000) (30,500) 26317 49000 REFUNDS - - 500 - 26317 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 0.48 1.05 1.45 1.2 33,707 51,062 81,500 66,000 26317 51200 SALARY, TEMPORARY 0.18 0.30 0.5 0.0 - 10,225 25,707 33,000 26317-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 0.67 1.51 1.59 1.4 6,117 30,842 27,950 36,172 26317 51961 MEDICARE 489 889 1,600 1,400 26317 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 150 2,658 7,573 1,100 26317 53103 ADVERTISING - - - 100 26317 54106 SUPPLIES 2,099 1,269 3,500 3,600 26317 54206 EQUIPMENT - - - 1,000 26317 54901 FOOD:GENERAL 768 315 3,000 1,300 26317 57101 TRAVEL - 106 2,000 3,000 26317 57105 OTHER EXPENSE - - - - Total Revenues: (31,851) (93,502) (152,830) (146,672) Total Expenses: 43,330 97,365 152,830 146,672 11,479 3,863 - - (deficit) (deficit) 26347 DRIVER'S EDUCATION FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26347-48400 PROGRAM REVENUE (54,579) (87,645) (70,000) (77,800) 26347 49000 REFUND - - 1,200 1,200 26347 51100 PERMANENT SALARY 0.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 275 - - - 26347 51150 SALARY, SCHOOL 1.10 1.50 1.20 1.50 53,510 45,527 54,000 64,000 26347-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 0.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,390 - - - 26347 51961 MEDICARE 240 347 800 900 26347 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3,250 3,583 6,000 6,200 26347 53103 ADVERTISING - 45 - 1,200 26347 53110 PRINTING: GENERAL - - - 800 26347 54200 SUPPLIES 3,745 4,593 8,000 2,500 26347 57301 DUES - - - 1,000 Total Revenues:(54,579) (87,645) (68,800) (76,600) Total Expenses:63,410 54,094 68,800 76,600 8,831 (33,551) - - (deficit)(surplus) 2015 2016 2017 2018 2015 2016 2017 2018 2015 2016 2017 2018 12/2/2016 Page 11 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 89 26385 SUMMER PROGRAM FY 2015 Actuals FY 2016 Actuals FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 26385 42193 PROGRAM INCOME (223,527) (218,678) (267,500) (250,486) 26385 48300 DONATIONS (3,900) - - - 26385 49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION (7,360) - - - 26385 49000 REFUNDS 1,450 225 1,000 - 26385 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 1.61 1.80 1.50 1.25 59,665 93,434 79,000 60,986 26385 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL 3.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 116,189 112,006 117,611 110,000 26385-51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 1.20 1.25 1.50 1.50 4,508 19,183 23,735 31,930 26385 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,238 2,971 2,900 2,500 26385 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 14,663 16,927 17,000 18,670 26385 53103 ADVERTISING 3,038 3,603 3,500 5,300 26385 53110 PRINTING:GENERAL 2,078 3,681 5,300 800 26385 53401 TELEPHONE - - - - 26385 54106 SUPPLIES 13,868 6,064 13,404 11,200 26385 54206 EQUIPMENT 700 - 4,000 6,000 26385-54901 FOOD: GENERAL - - - 800 26385 55801 RESALE ITEMS - - - 2,000 26385 57101 TRAVEL - - 50 300 26385 57105 OTHER 912 - - - Total Revenues:(233,337) (218,453) (266,500) (250,486) Total Expenses:218,859 257,868 266,500 250,486 (14,478) 39,415 - - (surplus)(deficit) proof section only, do not print revs sub-t proof (1,236,795) (1,197,715) (1,659,956) (1,613,127) exps 1,195,563 1,272,804 1,659,956 1,613,127 (41,232) 75,089 - - (surplus)(deficit) 2015 2016 2017 2018 12/2/2016 Page 12 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 90 26318 WEE WHALERS FY 2017 Budget FY 2018 Projected FT PT FT PT 26318 42193 PROGRAM INCOME (356,400) (64,800) 26318 43613 RENTAL INCOME (1,500) (8,000) 26318 48300 DONATIONS (30,000) (3,640) 26318 49000 REFUNDS 500 500 26318 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 7.0 2.0 2.0 0.5 134,063 35,000 26318 51200 SALARY SEASONAL 30,439 9,000 26318 51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 5.0 2.0 70,210 12,000 26318 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,385 500 26318 52702 RENT 64,770 15,240 26318 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 60,533 1,000 26318 53103 ADVERTISING 2,000 500 26318 54106 PROGRAM SUPPLIES 8,000 2,000 26318 54901 FOOD:GENERAL 4,500 700 26318 57101 TRAVEL 10,500 - Total Revenues:(387,400) (75,940) Total Expenses:387,400 75,940 - - Personnel fte's [full-time equivalents] F= full-time; P= part-time; B=benefits 20182017 12/2/2016 Page 13 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 91 - SUMMARY -2015 Actuals 2016 Actuals 2017 Budget 2018 Projected F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT INCOME SOURCES Grant Receipts -80,500 -80,650 -80,650 -80,900 Fundraising -5,750 -20,630 -22,000 -21,145 Program Income -2,477 -4,745 -4,000 -4,000 -88,727 (106,025) (106,650) (106,045) EXPENSE USES Payroll - FTE 1.0 0.3 0.7 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.9 0.1 70,638 88,619 82,332 78,033 Health Insurance Prems. 0.9 0.9 1.00 13,548 12,500 20,588 25,647 Services 623 514 400 700 Supplies 2,219 3,116 2,550 1,665 Travel & Other 1,698 1,262 780 0 88,727 106,012 106,650 106,045 - (13) - - - LINE ITEM DETAIL - STATE GRANT 2438X Co-ordinated Family-Child Enrichment 2015 Actuals 2016 Actuals 2017 Budget 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 2438X 46400 STATE GRANT REVENUES (79,900) (79,900) (79,900) (79,900) 2438X 49000 REFUNDS 608 - - - 2438X 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 1.0 0.7 0.7 0.9 50,949 50,069 57,330 53,453 2438X 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 0.2 0.6 0.5 0.0 10,622 12,271 - - 2438X 51701 INS PREM., MEDICAL 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.0 13,548 12,500 20,588 25,647 2438X 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 893 904 1,202 800 2438X 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 623 150 - - 2438X 53103 ADVERTISING - - - - 2438X 54106 SUPPLIES, OFFICE 497 - - - 2438X 54200 PROGRAM SUPPLIES 462 2,743 - - 2438X 57101 TRAVEL 1,698 1,262 780 - Total Revenues:(79,292) (79,900) (79,900) (79,900) Total Expenses:79,292 79,900 79,900 79,900 - - - - STATE GRANT 24364 GED TEST CENTERS (HiSET)2015 Actuals 2016 Actuals 2017 Budget 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 24364 46400 STATE GRANT REVENUES (600) (750) (750) (1,000) 24364 49000 REFUNDS - - - - 24364 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - - 24364 53103 ADVERTISING - 364 400 700 24364 54200 PROGRAM SUPPLIES 600 373 350 300 Total Revenues:(600) (750) (750) (1,000) Total Expenses:600 737 750 1,000 - (13) - - PRIVATE GRANTS & GIFTS 28322 SUMMER BOOST 2015 Actuals 2016 Actuals 2017 Budget 2018 Projected -----------------------------------F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 28322 42193 INSTRUCTION INCOME (3,085) (4,745) (4,000) (4,000) 28322 48300 DONATIONS (5,750) (20,630) (22,000) (21,145) 28333 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT - 25,012 13,320 10,000 28322 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 8,075 - 10,080 13,440 28322 51961 MEDICARE 100 363 400 340 28322 54106 SUPPLIES 660 - 2,200 1,365 Total Revenues:(8,835) (25,375) (26,000) (25,145) Total Expenses:8,835 25,375 26,000 25,145 - - - - 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 2015 2016 2017 2018 2015 2016 2017 2018 NCS Grant & Gift Accounts Personnel fte's [full-time equivalents] F= full-time; P= part-time; B=benefits 2015 2016 2017 12/2/2016 Page 14 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 92 ADDITIONAL GRANTS & GIFTS FY16, FY17 and/or FY18 GIFTS & DONATIONS (specific detail of receipted, pending and potential) Philanthropists/Donors/Foundaitons Purpose Amount FY Status Tower Foundation Youth Leadership - YELL- Empowerment Weekend - Changing Communities $15,000 18 Potential Tower Foundation Pilot Camp - Specialized Collaboration with STAR $18,000 18 Potential T. Theory Foundation Adult Education - Adult Career & Transitional Learning $8,000 18 Potential Cape Cod Community College Adult Education - Adult Career & Transitional Learning $20,000 18 Potential ASAP Nantucket (Drug Free Communities Grant)Teen Enrichment - Youth Leadership (YELL) - program supplies $2,000 18 Potential Nantucket Yacht Club Adult Ed - ESOL Symposium & Training $8,000 18 Potential Private Donation in memory of Will Brown Learn To Swim - Scholarship donation $1,000 18 Potential Tupancy Harris Foundation Early Childhood Education $12,000 18 Potential The Nantucket Fund™ Early Childhood Education $4,000 18 Potential The ReMain Nantucket Fund Adult Edcuation & Enrichment $15,500 18 Potential Nantucket Education Trust Summer Boost - Programming & Transportation $6,000 18 Potential Nantucket Education Trust Child & Teen Enrichment $5,000 18 Potential Total Potential Gifts FY18:$114,500 ReMain Nantucket, LLC In Kind Gift - 56 Centre St. building for NCS's Downtown Campus $130,000 17 Estimated Nantucket Yacht Club In Kind Gift - Group Fitness Space for Adults & Youth (Off-Season) $18,000 17 Estimated The Nantucket Fund™ Summer Boost - Programming $20,630 16 & 17 Approved Nantucket Education Trust Summer Boost - Transportation $1,000 17 Approved ReMain Nantucket Fund™ Adult Education - Non Profit & Organizational Development $12,500 17 Approved The Nantucket Fund™ Adult Education - ESOL Symposium & Training $8,000 17 Approved ReMain Nantucket Fund™ Early Childhood Education - Wee Whalers $10,000 17 & 18 Approved The Nantucket Fund™ Early Childhood Education - Wee Whalers $10,000 17 & 18 Approved The Nantucket Fund™ (Gutsy Gals Giving Circle) Nantucket Golf Club Foundation (via CFNan)Early Childhood Education - Wee Whalers $12,500 17 & 18 Approved Tuppancy Harris Foundation Early Childhood Education - Wee Whalers $15,000 17/18 Requested Private Donation in memory of Will Brown Learn To Swim - Scholarship donation $1,000 17 Approved Nantucket Education Trust Summer Boost - Transportation $1,000 17 Approved Nantucket Yacht Club Teen Enrichment - Youth Leadership (YELL) - program supplies $1,000 16 Approved Nantucket Yacht Club Adult Ed - ESOL $2,000 17 Approved Nantucket Yacht Club Adult Ed - ESOL $3,000 16 & 17 Approved T. Theory Foundation Adult Education - Adult Career & Transitional Learning $8,000 16 & 17 Approved reMain Nantucket, LLC Staff support for 56 Centre $3,500 16 Approved reMain Nantucket, LLC Reimbursement for Strategic Visioning Retreat $9,000 16 Approved reMain Nantucket, LLC In Kind Gift of FY16 Utility costs at 56 Centre $22,000 16 Estimated reMain Nantucket, LLC In Kind Gift of office computers, computer lab, distance learning tech, $19,330 16 Approved printers, A/V cart and tech related items located at 56 Centre Total Gifts FY16 & FY17:$307,460 12/2/2016 Page 15 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 93 Community Recreation - NCS FY18 NCS Community Recreation Budget F/wB PT F/wB PT F/wB PT 27694 42191 SPECIAL EVENTS (3,006) 27694 42193 PROGRAM INCOME (48,000) 27694 42197 RESALE OF MERCHANDISE (5,000) 27694 42198 TENNIS MEMBERSHIPS (3,000) 27694 46310 FIELD RENTAL/PERMITS (22,000) 27694 43615 COURT RENTAL (25,000) 27694 48100 EQUIPMENT SALES (1,138) 27694 48400 TENNIS CLINICS (13,000) 27694 49701 ATM PUBLIC APPROPRIATION 0 27694 49000 REFUNDS 1,000 27694 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 0.5 0.5 1.0 46,400 27694 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL 1.0 1.0 1.0 32,500 27694 51701 INS:PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 0.5 0.5 6,000 27694 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,144 27694 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 17,000 27694 53103 ADVERTISING 1,200 27694 53110 PRINTING:GENERAL 800 27694 53162 FIELD USE/MANAGEMENT CHARGE 1,000 27694 53401 TELEPHONE 0 27694 54106 SUPPLIES 6,000 27694 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 300 27694 54206 EQUIPMENT 3,300 27694 55801 RESALE ITEMS 2,500 27694 57101 TRAVEL 1,000 27694 57105 OTHER 0 (119,144) 119,144 0 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Revenues: Total Expenses: 12/2/2016 Page 16 of 16 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 94 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 95 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 96 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 97 Finance Committee 1/19/17Page 98 I.Central Office Cover Page II.Appropriation Graphs -Department budget portion of School Committee FY'17 Appropriation -Department budget funding allocations by category III.Department New Requests - New Savings with 'KEY TO CHANGES' -Stakeholder change suggestions with support narrative IV.Department Financials: Fiscal Year 2016; 2017 budget; 2018 estimate -Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons Nantucket School Committee FY2018 Education Appropriation System-wide * CENTRAL OFFICE * Budget Presentation Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 99 Central Office FY2018 Budget Narrative Key To Changes Central Office Explanations for Changes in Line Items: 13861-53100 – Professional Services is being reduced from $45,000 to $16,000 because $20,000 is being moved to the NEW Curriculum Technology (13861-57885) line for Document Based Questions and Ellevation. These are ‘web’ licenses that are more appropriate under ‘technology’ than ‘professional services’. In addition, $9,000 is being moved to a NES curriculum technology account to cover ST Math for grades 3-4-5. ST Math began as a central office initiative, but to sustain it going forward, the annual invoice should be paid from the specific building where it exists. ST Math is a web-based math practice program. 13861-55101 – Books is being reduced by $11,500 because $3,000 is being given to CPS, $3,000 to NHS and a total of $5,500 to NES and NIS to cover Scholastic Magazines. The expense began in the central office for the entire district, but moving forward, each school should handle the billing and distribution of these informational texts. $3000 is being moved from this account to the new central office curriculum tech account (13861-57885) to cover the web license for the Autism Curriculum Encyclopedia as it really isn’t ‘books’ but an electronic web access. (Note: the $5,500 earmarked for ‘NES’ is approximately $2,500 for NES and $3,000 for NIS as there are more magazines for grades 3-4-5 than grades k-1-2.) 13861-57885 – Curriculum Technology is a NEW line item within the central office to capture expenses that are web licenses and not ‘professional services’ or ‘books’ as mentioned above. Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 100 Notes: 1) For purposes of state financial reporting, NPS has four distinct 'cost-centers'; (i) elementary, (ii) middle, (iii) high schools…..and (iv) district-wide services. 2) The budget allocated to each of the three schools serves their respective school. 3) Central Office provides the following services on a 'district-wide' basis: Special Services, Curriculum & Professional Development, Technology, Bus & Food Services, Superintendent's Office {which includes the business function}, and School Committee. Central Office is 16% of SY2016-2017 School Committee Budget Central Office Payroll is 50% of Central Budget NES, 7,788,687, 30% CPS, 3,990,114, 15%NHS, 5,447,397, 21% Central, 4,130,454, 16% Technology, 827,555, 3% Athletics, 681,954, 3% Facilities, 3,220,481, 12% NES CPS NHS Central Technology Athletics Facilities Payroll, 2,071,413, 50% Contracted Services, 1,659,446, 40% Supplies, Books, Equipment, 83,884, 2% Travel & Other, 315,711, 8% Payroll Contracted Services Supplies, Books, Equipment Travel & Other Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 101 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 CENTRAL OFFICE Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13840 CEN SYS SPECIAL EDUCATION -----------------------------------A AA A AA A AA 13840 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.0 1.2 1.0 266,272 225,280 227,725 ST STA ST STA ST STA 13840 51152 SALARIES SCHOOL 766 5.0 6.4 6.4 363,472 629,943 638,501 13840 51155 SALARY - TRANSPORTATION 2,151 6,240 6,240 13840 51157 SALARIES - OFF DUTY 27,643 45,855 45,855 13840 51159 SALARIES, ADM.ASST. 13840 51200 SALARY, SUMMER SCHOOL 102,208 78,913 78,913 13840 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 11,715 14,300 14,460 13840 52070 TUITION 213,536 650,000 750,000 13840 53102 GENERAL:LEGAL SERVICES 21,724 28,750 28,750 13840 53190 CHAP 766 TUTORS 300 8,600 8,600 13840 53191 CHAP 766 CONSULTANTS 62,097 98,944 98,944 13840 53192 PROF. DEVELOPMENT 3,230 9,424 9,424 13840 53194 EVAL. & ASSESSMENT 13,126 19,131 19,131 13840 53195 ADA COMPLIANCE 227 2,156 2,156 13840 53196 CON SERV 766 BUSES 202,675 250,600 250,600 13840 54106 SUPPLIES 2,288 3,300 3,300 13840 54114 SUPPLIES 766 8,945 10,500 10,500 13840 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 28,147 35,947 35,947 13840 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 379 4,008 4,008 13840 57885 TECHNOLOGY - INSTRUCTIONAL 84 5,024 5,024 TOTAL CEN SYS SPECIAL EDUCATION 1,330,217 2,126,916 2,238,078 Residential Placement count:8 10 7 estimate 13861 CEN SYS INSTRUCT SUPPORT A AA A AA A AA ----------------------------------- 13861 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.9 2.8 2.8 242,286 338,738 345,512 13861 51158 SALARIES - SYS-Wide Translations 0.8 0.8 0.8 54,201 57,324 59,096 13861 51159 SALARIES SCHOOL - AA's 0.8 0.7 0.7 33,651 32,274 33,239 13861 51200 ESL/CURRICULUM/REMEDIAL 1,650 14,337 14,337 13861 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 4,848 6,418 6,557 13861 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 20,493 45,000 16,000 13861 54107 CURRICULUM - SUPPLIES 12,487 16,338 15,000 13861 55101 CURRICULUM BOOKS 31,271 48,246 33,500 13861 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 30,605 32,000 30,000 13861 57106 PROFESS. DEVELOPMENT 22,598 20,112 20,000 13861-57107 CURRICULUM - OTHER 3,029 10,000 10,000 13861 57112 GRADUATE STUDY 35,648 50,000 50,000 13861 57885 CURRICULUM TECHNOLOGY 0 0 23,000 * 0.9fte Director of ELL Services TOTAL CEN SYS INSTRUCT SUPPORT 492,767 670,787 656,241 *Funds moved to 13861-57885 13865 TECHNOLOGY A TT A TT A TT ** Funding moved to individual schools ----------------------------------- 13865 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 3.1 1.0 3.5 1.0 3.5 416,943 437,190 456,074 13865 51200 SEASONAL SALARIES 7,759 12,191 12,191 13865 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 6,288 6,516 6,790 13865 52404 REPAIR & MAINTENANCE 1,134 8,000 7,250 13865 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 88,313 70,000 80,000 13865 54106 SUPPLIES 4,463 6,300 6,300 13865 54206 EQUIPMENT 39,501 70,000 55,600 13865 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 3,121 3,500 4,200 13865 57106 PROFESS. DEVELOPMENT 4,298 4,500 3,800 13865 58505 HARDWARE 191,150 132,859 133,609 13865 58506 SOFTWARE 70,119 76,500 80,900 TOTAL TECHNOLOGY 833,089 827,555 846,714 TOTAL TECHNOLOGY 13872 57401 ATHLETICS Inter-scholastic 'Excess' & Catastrophic Loss Insurance 25,135 25,135 25,135 13874 53195 CONT SERV LOCAL BUSES 421,352 426,568 426,568 13875 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES {Chartwells, licenses, taxes, etc.}44,296 0 0 -use 'funds balance' as needed 13891 CEN SYS ADMINISTRATION A AA A AA A AA ----------------------------------- 13891 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 2.0 2.0 2.0 411,490 317,018 322,998 included in -51150 * Support of phone system, Aspen, network **AppAssure Backup Software, SMART Notebook Software Subscription FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 12/14/2016 Page 4 of 5 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 102 13891 51158 SALARIES - CLERK/SEC.0.5 0.5 0.5 13,716 23,920 24,638 13891 51159 SALARIES SCHOOL - DOE 03 2.0 2.0 2.0 153,170 160,038 164,839 13891 51300 SALARIES - OVERTIME 0 0 0 13891 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 8,387 7,264 7,431 13891 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 61,162 92,773 92,773 13891 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 24,410 27,500 27,500 13891 54106 SUPPLIES 1,730 5,500 5,500 13891 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 34,638 79,050 79,050 TOTAL CEN SYS ADMINISTRATION 708,703 713,063 724,729 13892 CEN SYS ADMIN SCH COMM ----------------------------------- 13892 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 7,000 111,927 225,104 13892 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 102 1,623 3,264 13892 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 27,508 79,570 79,570 TOTAL CEN SYS ADMIN SCH COMM 34,610 193,120 307,938 -51150 'Sick-day Buybacks' and contractual obligations -57105 SC legal, travel, fees CENTRAL OFFICE SUMMARY Special Services Teachers 5.0 6.4 6.4 Administration 5.9 6.9 7.0 Administrative Assistants 5.1 5.0 5.0 Technology Technicians 3.1 3.5 3.5 10.9 8.2 13.3 8.5 13.4 8.6 PERSONNEL TOTALS:19.1 21.9 21.9 SALARIES [51100-51950]2,103,610 2,491,187 2,655,263 MEDICARE [51961]31,339 36,122 38,501 CONTRACTED SERVICES [52-53,999]1,178,074 1,737,446 1,817,696 SUPPLIES [54106....]29,914 41,938 40,600 EQUIPMENT [54206….]39,501 70,000 55,600 BOOKS [55,000's]31,271 48,246 33,500 TRAVEL, OTHER [57……….215,107 343,822 341,710 HARDWARE/SOFTWARE [58,000's]261,353 214,383 242,533 TOTALS:3,890,169 4,983,144 5,225,403 Actual Budget Projected Personnel Full-time Equivalents FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 12/14/2016 Page 5 of 5 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 103 I.Athletics Department Cover Page II.Appropriation Graphs -Department budget portion of School Committee FY'17 Appropriation -Department budget funding allocations by category III.Participation & Team Sports Reports Sy 2015-2016 -Athletics Participation Review -Team Records & Accomplishments IV.Department Financials: Fiscal Year 2016; 2017 budget; 2018 estimate -Personnel staffing & three year budget comparisons "Representing Pride and Tradition" Nantucket School Committee FY2018 Education Appropriation System-wide * ATHLETICS * Budget Presentation Nantucket Public Schools Home of the WHALERS Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 104 Athletics Department is 3% of SY2016-2017 School Committee Budget Athletics Payroll is 59% of Central Budget Athletics, 681,954, 3%Facilities, 3,220,481, 12% NES, 7,788,687, 30%CPS, 3,990,114, 15% NHS, 5,447,397, 21% Central, 4,130,454, 16% Technology, 827,555, 3% Athletics Facilities NES CPS NHS Central Technology Payroll, 406,948, 60% Services- Transportation, 172,871, 25% Supplies, 46,000, 7% Travel -Officials, 31,000, 4% Insurance & Other, 25,135, 4% Payroll Services-Transportation Supplies Travel -Officials Insurance & Other Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 105 Our Nantucket High School varsity level athletic teams had a combined record of 157 wins – 65 losses – 5 ties for the 2015-2016 school year. These numbers calculate to an impressive .703 winning percentage. · NHS Junior Varsity Level – 23 Home Games and 24 Away Games · State Tournament Games – 3 Home State Tournament Games and 4 Away State Tournament Games · CPS Middle School Level – 10 Home Games and 10 Away Games ATHLETIC SUCCESS · State Tournament Games – 1 Home State Tournament Game and 3 Away State Tournament Games · CPS Middle School Level – 20 Home Games and 16 Away Games 2015-2016 Spring Sports · NHS Varsity Level – 37 Home Games and 35 Away Games · CPS Middle School Level – 16 Home Games and 16 Away Games 2015-2016 Winter Sports · NHS Varsity Level – 38 Home Games and 44 Away Games · NHS Junior Varsity Level – 19 Home Games and 19 Away Games 2015-2016 Fall Sports · NHS Varsity Level – 41 Home Games and 43 Away Games · NHS Junior Varsity Level – 32 Home Games and 32 Away Games · State Tournament Games – 6 Home State Tournament Games and 2 Away State Tournament Games GAMES SCHEDULED / PLAYED Our three levels of NPS athletic teams played a total of 494 games for the 2015-2016 school year. For the year, NPS athletics hosted a total of 246 home games and traveled teams to a total of 248 games. NHS varsity teams also played in a total of 19 state tournament games for the 2015-2016 school year. The following is a breakdown of games played by season and level of play: 2015-2016 Spring Sports · NHS Varsity Level – 110 participants - grades 9 through 12 · NHS Junior Varsity Level – 32 participants - grades 8 through 11 (9 participants from grade 8) · CPS Middle School Level – 53 participants – grades 6 through 8 2015-2016 Winter Sports · NHS Varsity Level – 103 participants - grades 9 through 12 · NHS Junior Varsity Level – 32 participants - grades 8 through 11 (8 participants from grade 8) · CPS Middle School Level – 59 participants – grades 6 through 8 · NHS Varsity Level – 133 participants - grades 9 through 12 · NHS Junior Varsity Level – 110 participants - grades 8 through 11 (37 participants from grade 8) · CPS Middle School Level – 98 participants – grades 6 through 8 2015-2016 NPS ATHLETICS PARTICIPATION AND RECORDS PARTICIPATION Through the three (3) seasons of play for the 2015-2016 school year NPS Athletics had a total of 347 NHS students and 149 CPS students participate on at least one of our interscholastic athletic teams. The participation by season and level of play was as follows: 2015-2016 Fall Sports Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 106 Spring Sports / NHS Girls Lacrosse · 12 Participants from the NHS Girls Lacrosse team were awarded Principal’s List plaques for achieving high honors status through the season of play. · 14 Participants from the NHS Girls Lacrosse team were awarded Honor Roll Certificates for achieving honor status through the season of play. · NHS Girls Lax team won the team GPA award for Spring sports with an average GPA of 4.21 Winter Sports / NHS Varsity Girls Swimming · 17 Participants from the NHS Girls Swimming team were awarded Principal’s List plaques for achieving high honors status through the season of play. · 11 Participants from the NHS Girls Swimming team were awarded Honor Roll Certificates for achieving honor status through the season of play. · NHS Girls Swim team won the team GPA award for Winter sports with an average GPA of 4.21 Fall Sports / NHS Girls Soccer · 8 Participants from the NHS Girls Soccer team were awarded Principal’s List plaques for achieving high honors status through the season of play. · 15 Participants from the NHS Girls Soccer team were awarded Honor Roll Certificates for achieving honor status through the season of play. · NHS Girls Soccer team won the team GPA award for Fall sports with an average GPA of 4.08 ACADEMIC SUCCESS For the 2015-2016 NPS school year we awarded a total of 148 certificates to participating student-athletes who achieved honor roll status during their season of play and awarded a total of 64 plaques to participating student-athletes who were named to the principal’s list for obtaining high honor status during their season of play. The average GPA for our 2014-2015 Nantucket High School participating student-athletes was an impressive 3.59 For each season of play NPS Athletics presents an award to the team with the highest overall GPA. The award winners for the highest overall team GPA for the 2015-2106 school year went to the following teams: · Field Hockey · Football · Boys Swimming · Girls Swimming · Softball · Boys Lacrosse · Girls Lacrosse We had 8 of our 15 Nantucket High School varsity athletic teams won league championships for the 2015-2106 school year. Those teams winning league championships included: · Boys Soccer · Girls Soccer · Boys Swimming · Girls Swimming · Ice Hockey · Baseball · Softball · Boys Lacrosse · Boys Soccer · Girls Soccer · Field Hockey · Football · Boys Basketball · Girls Basketball Thirteen (13) of our fifteen (15) Nantucket High School varsity athletic teams qualified for state tournament post season play. Both the NHS varsity boys’ soccer team and the NHS varsity boys’ lax team advanced to the Divisional Sectional Final Round of the State Tournament in their respective sports. The following teams all earned state tournament seeding’s: Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 107 2015-2016 NPS ATHLETICS ATHLETIC USER FEES 2015-2016 FALL SPORTS SPORT NUMBER OF PARTICIPATION FEE PAID PARTICIPATION FEE WAIVER TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PARTICIPANTS $150.00 $125.00 $100.00 $150.00 $125.00 $100.00 FEE WAIVER FEE+WAIVER CHEERLEADING 30 27 3 $4,050.00 $450.00 $4,500.00 FIELD HOCKEY 33 30 3 $4,500.00 $450.00 $4,950.00 FOOTBALL 41 37 4 $5,550.00 $600.00 $6,150.00 BOYS SOCCER 49 42 7 $6,300.00 $1,050.00 $7,350.00 GIRLS SOCCER 31 29 2 $4,350.00 $300.00 $4,650.00 GOLF 18 14 4 $2,100.00 $600.00 $2,700.00 CPS BOYS SOCCER 37 29 8 $4,350.00 $1,200.00 $5,550.00 CPS GIRLS SOCCER 37 30 7 $4,500.00 $1,050.00 $5,550.00 CPS FIELD HOCKEY 18 16 2 $2,400.00 $300.00 $2,700.00 FALL TOTAL 294 254 40 $38,100.00 $6,000.00 $44,100.00 12/14/2016 Page 5 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 108 2015-2016 NPS ATHLETICS ATHLETIC USER FEES 2015-2016 WINTER SPORTS SPORT NUMBER OF PARTICIPATION FEE PAID PARTICIPATION FEE WAIVER TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PARTICIPANTS $150.00 $125.00 $100.00 $150.00 $125.00 $100.00 FEE WAIVER FEE+WAIVER BOYS BASKETBALL 30 8 18 3 1 $3,450.00 $575.00 $4,025.00 GIRLS BASKETBALL 25 6 15 3 1 $2,775.00 $575.00 $3,350.00 ICE HOCKEY 17 6 9 2 $2,025.00 $250.00 $2,275.00 GIRLS SWIMMING 40 14 20 4 2 $4,600.00 $850.00 $5,450.00 BOYS SWIMMING 26 11 11 2 2 $3,025.00 $550.00 $3,575.00 CPS BOYS B-BALL 26 15 6 3 2 $3,000.00 $700.00 $3,700.00 CPS GIRLS B-BALL 27 14 9 3 1 $3,225.00 $575.00 $3,800.00 WINTER TOTAL 191 74 88 18 11 $22,100.00 $4,075.00 $26,175.00 12/14/2016 Page 6 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 109 2015-2016 NPS ATHLETICS ATHLETIC USER FEES 2015-2016 SPRING SPORTS SPORT NUMBER OF PARTICIPATION FEE PAID PARTICIPATION FEE WAIVER TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PARTICIPANTS $150.00 $125.00 $100.00 $150.00 $125.00 $100.00 FEE WAIVER FEE+WAIVER GIRLS LACROSSE 35 8 21 2 2 2 $4,025.00 $550.00 $4,575.00 BOYS LACROSSE 29 8 15 4 1 1 $3,475.00 $275.00 $3,750.00 BASEBALL 28 7 14 5 1 1 $3,425.00 $275.00 $3,700.00 SOFTBALL 25 4 13 4 1 2 $3,300.00 $400.00 $3,700.00 SAILING 21 11 7 1 1 1 $2,625.00 $275.00 $2,900.00 CPS BASEBALL 19 5 10 2 1 2 $2,200.00 $400.00 $2,600.00 CPS SOFTBALL 23 4 14 3 1 1 $2,650.00 $275.00 $2,925.00 SPRING TOTAL 180 47 94 21 8 10 $21,700.00 $2,450.00 $24,150.00 TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL FEE WAIVER FEE+WAIVER 2015-2016 ATHLETIC USER FEE TOTALS $81,900.00 $12,525.00 $94,425.00 12/14/2016 Page 7 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 110 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PAGE 1 2015-2016 FALL TEAMS RECORDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS SPORT / LEVEL PARTICIPANTS TEAM RECORD ACADEMICS AWARDS / ACCOMPLISHMENTS BOYS GIRLS W L T HIGH HONORS TEAM HONORS GPA VARSITY CHEERLEADING 0 14 NA NA NA 1 3 3.22 JV CHEERLEADING 0 16 NA NA NA 0 2 NA WE HAD 12 EIGHTH GRADERS ON OUR JV CHEER SQUAD VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 0 18 7 11 3 2 7 3.93 C & I LEAGUE CHAMPION (4-0-0 LEAGUE RECORD) C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - FARRELL DUCE SINEAD YELLE DARCEY FOULKES C & I LEAGUE MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER - CALLAHAN BARTLETT C & I LEAGUE COACH OF THE YEAR - LORI MORAN STATE TOURNAMENT QUALIFICATION # 18 SEED IN THE DIVISION 2 SOUTH SECTIONAL 2 - 1 LOSS TO # 15 BOURNE HIGH SCHOOL IN A PRELIMINARY ROUND GAME JV FIELD HOCKEY 0 15 5 3 2 2 6 NA VARSITY FOOTBALL 28 0 8 3 0 1 4 2.94 MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SMALL DIVISION CHAMPIONS STATE TOURNAMENT QUALIFICATION # 2 SEED IN THE DIVISION 6 SOUTH SECTIONAL 34 - 21 FIRST ROUND TOURNAMENT LOSS TO BLUE HILLS REGIONAL MAC LEAGUE ALL-STARS - ANDREW RAY NORMAN RAMSEY CORY RYDER JT GAMBERONI TRAVIS DEMBY ALEX SMALL MAC COACH OF THE YEAR - BRIAN RYDER JV FOOTBALL 22 0 9 1 0 0 7 NA VARSITY COED GOLF 6 0 6 8 0 0 2 2.98 C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - BEN LOMBARDI JV COED GOLF 12 0 6 4 0 0 3 NA 12/14/2016 Page 8 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 111 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PAGE 2 2015-2016 FALL TEAMSRECORDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS SPORT / LEVEL PARTICIPANTS TEAM RECORD ACADEMICS AWARDS / ACCOMPLISHMENTS BOYS GIRLS W L T HIGH HONORS TEAM HONORS GPA VARSITY BOYS SOCCER 23 0 20 1 1 2 4 3.13 CAPE AND ISLANDS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS ( 14 -0 LEAGUE RECORD) C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - CHRIS TRAN RONALDO POWELL SEAN RYDER GUS DAY OSCAR GUERRA C & I LEAGUE MVP - LUIS TERRAGNO QUALIFIED FOR MIAA STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY SEEDED # 1 IN THE DIVISION 3 SOUTH SECTIONAL 3 - 1 VICTORY OVER MILLIS HIGH SCHOOL IN FIRST ROUND GAME 5 - 1 VICTORY OVER STURGIS EAST IN THE QUARTER FINAL ROUND 2 - 0 VICTORY OVER COHASSET IN THE SEMI FINAL ROUND GAME 4 - 2 LOSS TO ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS IN THE SECTIONAL FINAL JV BOYS SOCCER 26 0 10 1 1 2 6 NA VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER 0 16 14 5 1 6 9 4.08 CAPE AND ISLANDS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS ( 11 -2 - 1 LEAGUE RECORD ) C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - KATE DANIELS CLAIRE MACKAY FRANCIS STEADMAN LAUREN WILSON QUALIFIED FOR MIAA STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY SEEDED # 4 IN THE DIVISION 3 SOUTH SECTIONAL 9 - 1 VICTORY OVER FALMOUTH ACADEMY IN ROUND 1 2 - 1 LOSS TO ROCKLNAD IN THE SEMI-FINAL ROUND JV GIRLS SOCCER 15 7 4 1 2 6 NA 12/14/2016 Page 9 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 112 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PAGE 3 2015-2016 WINTER TEAMS RECORDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS SPORT / LEVEL PARTICIPANTS TEAM RECORD ACADEMICS AWARDS / ACCOMPLISHMENTS BOYS GIRLS W L T HIGH HONORS TEAM HONORS GPA VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL 10 0 13 9 0 0 3 2.97 FINISHED 2ND IN THE CAPE & ISLANDS LEAGUE C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - MAXX CUNNINGHAM KALIK LIBURD VICTOR GAMBERONI QUALIFIED FOR MIAA STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY SEEDED # 10 IN THE DIVISION 4 SOUTH SECTIONAL 69 TO 49 VICTORY OVER STURGIS WEST IN THE FIRST ROUND 83 TO 48 LOSS TO CATHEDRAL IN THE QUARTER FINAL ROUND JV BOYS BASKETBALL 20 0 12 4 0 1 6 NA VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL 0 12 16 5 0 3 5 3.77 FINISHED 2ND IN THE CAPE AND ISLANDS LEAGUE ( 7 - 3 RECORD ) C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - LIZZIE THAYER CLAIR MACKAY KATIE FOX QUALIFIED FOR STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY SEEDED # 5 IN THE DIVISION 4 SOUTH SECTIONAL 41 TO 33 LOSS TO COHASETT IN THE FIRST ROUND JV GIRLS BASKETBALL 0 13 6 3 0 0 5 NA 12/14/2016 Page 10 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 113 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PAGE 4 2015-2016 WINTER TEAMS RECORDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS SPORT / LEVEL PARTICIPANTS TEAM RECORD ACADEMICS AWARDS / ACCOMPLISHMENTS BOYS GIRLS W L T HIGH HONORS TEAM HONORS GPA VARSITY GIRLS SWIMMING 0 40 8 0 0 17 11 4.21 BAY COLONY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (8 - 0 LEAGUE RECORD) BAY COLONY CONFERENCE LEAGUE MEET CHAMPIONS BAY COLONY CONFERENCE RELAY MEET CHAMPIONS CAPE AND ISLANDS SWIM CLASSIC CHAMPIONS 5 GIRLS WERE NAMED AS BAY COLONY LEAGUE ALL STARS FRANCES STEADMAN DAKOTA DRAGON ISABELLE ROBERTS CLAUDIA HOFFORD KATHERINE PITTMAN VARSITY BOYS SWIMMING 26 0 8 0 0 1 8 3.41 BAY COLONY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS ( 8 - 0 LEAGUE RECORD ) BAY COLONY CONFERENCE LEAGUE MEET CHAMPIONS BAY COLONY CONFERENCE RELAY MEETCHAMPIONS CAPE AND ISLANDS SWIM CLASSIC CHAMPIONS 4 BOYS WERE NAMED AS LEAGUE ALL STARS JACOB ALOISI SHANE O'CONNOR JAMES TAAFEE DERVON WIGGINS COED VARSITY ICE HOCKEY 17 0 15 4 2 1 6 3.48 FINISHED IN 2ND PLACE IN THE MAC ( 11-2-1 LEAGUE RECORD ) MAC ALL STARS - SIMON JOHNSON ETHAN FEY QUALIFIED FOR STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY # 6 SEED IN THE DIVISION 3 SOUTH SECTIONAL 15 WINS WAS A SCHOOL BEST IN HISTORY MARK FOR THIS PROGRAM 3 - 1 LOSS TO COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL IN THE FIRST ROUND12/14/2016 Page 11 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 114 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PAGE 5 2015-2016 SPRING TEAMS RECORDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS SPORT / LEVEL PARTICIPANTS TEAM RECORD ACADEMICS AWARDS / ACCOMPLISHMENTS BOYS GIRLS W L T HIGH HONORS TEAM HONORS GPA VARSITY BASEBALL 13 0 7 10 0 3 3 3.67 FINISHED 2ND IN THE CAPE & ISLANDS LEAGUE ( 7 - 4 LEAGUE RECORD ) C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - JACK HOLDGATE CHARLIE HOWARD QUALIFIED FOR STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY SEEDED # 14 IN THE DIVISION 4 SOUTH SECTIONAL 7 TO 1 LOSS TO BRISTOL PLYMOUTH IN THE FIRST ROUND JV BASEBALL 15 0 7 5 0 0 2 NA PARTICIAPTION INCLUDES 6 EIGHTH GRADE STUDENT-ATHLETES VARSITY SOFTBALL 0 14 16 5 0 3 7 4.03 C & I LEAGUE CHAMPIONS (10 - 0 LEAGUE RECORD) C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - FARRELL DUCE BROOKE HOLDGATE MADLYN LAMB C & I LEAGUE MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER - SAMANTHA STEWART QUALIFIED FOR STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY # 6 SEED IN THE DIVISION 3 SOUTH SECTIONAL 14 -0 ROUND 1 LOSS TO EAST BRIDGEWATER HIGH SCHOOL JV SOFTBALL 0 11 13 2 0 0 2 NA COED VARSITY SAILING 13 8 NA NA NA 5 7 3.94 12/14/2016 Page 12 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 115 NANTUCKET HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PAGE 6 2015-2016 SPRING TEAMS RECORDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS SPORT / LEVEL PARTICIPANTS TEAM RECORD ACADEMICS AWARDS / ACCOMPLISHMENTS BOYS GIRLS W L T HIGH HONORS TEAM HONORS GPA VARSITY GIRLS LAX 0 16 9 8 0 8 7 4.25 FINISHED 3RD IN THE CAPE & ISLANDS LEAGUE ( 6 - 4 LEAGUE RECORD ) QUALIFIED FOR STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY SEEDED # 11 IN THE DIVISION 2 SOUTH SECTIONAL 15 - 8 FIRST ROUND LOSS TO FAIRHAVEN C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - OLIVIA SLADE LIZZIE THAYER MEGAN FALES JV GIRLS LAX 0 19 5 4 1 4 7 NA VARSITY BOYS LAX 18 0 19 4 0 0 10 3.34 CAPE & ISLANDS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS (12 - 0 LEAGUE RECORD) QUALIFIED FOR STATE TOURNAMENT PLAY # 3 SEED IN THE DIVISION 3 SOUTH SECTIONAL 19 - 2 WIN OVER SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL IN ROUND 1 13 - 4 WIN OVER ORR HIGH SCHOOL IN THE QUARTER FINAL ROUND 10 - 9 LOSS TO COHASSET IN SEMI FINAL ROUND GAME 20 - 3 LOSS TO HANOVER IN THE SOUTH SECTIONAL FINAL FIRST TIME IN NHS BOYS LAX HISTORY TO SECTIONAL FINAL C & I LEAGUE ALL-STARS - GUS DAY JACK SYLVIA NATTY DAVIDSON JT GAMBERONI C & I LEAGUE COACH OF THE YEAR - SAM ALOISI JV BOYS LAX 11 0 6 2 0 0 0 NA 12/14/2016 Page 13 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 116 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 NPS * ATHLETICS * Budgets ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 13664 MID SCH ATHLETICS A AA A AA A AA --------------------------------------------------- 13664 51150 COACH STIPENDS 12,451 12,798 12,798 13664 51157 SALARIES 0 0 0 13664 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 180 186 186 13664 53100 OFFICIALS FEES 16,514 20,000 20,000 13664 54106 SUPPLIES 3,028 10,000 10,000 13664 54113 AWARDS 0 0 0 13664 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 0 0 0 13664 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 0 0 0 TOTAL MID SCH ATHLETICS 32,174 42,984 42,984 13764 HIGH SCH INST SUP ATHLET ---------------------------------------------------A AA A AA A AA 13764 51150 SALARIES SCHOOL 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 183,862 190,530 194,977 T TA T TA T TA 13764 51157 SALARIES - Coaches 0.6 0.6 0.6 216,444 197,803 199,291 13764 51159 SALARIES, Adm/Asst DOE 03 0 0 0 13764 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,838 5,631 5,717 13764 53300 TRANSPORTATION 149,593 152,871 152,871 13764 54106 SUPPLIES 32,532 36,000 36,000 13764 57101 TRAVEL 568 9,000 9,000 13764 57105 OTHER EXPENSE 27,904 22,000 22,000 TOTAL HIGH SCH ATHLETICS 616,741 613,835 619,855 ----------------------------------- 13872 57401 ATHLETICS 25,135 25,135 25,135 (Interscholastic 'Excess' & Catastrophic Loss Insurance)13872-Insurance is a component of Central ATHLETICS STAFF Teachers 0.6 0.6 0.6 Administration 1.0 1.0 1.0 Administrative Assistants 1.0 1.0 1.0 PERSONNEL TOTALS:2.6 2.6 2.6 ATHLETICS SUMMARY DATA SALARIES [51150-51950]412,757 401,131 407,066 MEDICARE [51961]6,019 5,817 5,902 CONTRACTED SERVICES [52-53,999]166,107 172,871 172,871 SUPPLIES [54106....]35,561 46,000 46,000 TRAVEL, OTHER [57,000's….]53,607 56,135 56,135 BUDGET TOTALS:674,050 681,954 687,974 13664-Athletics is a component of CPS 13764-Athletics is a component of NHS *0.6fte Athletic Trainer, plus coach stipends Personnel Full-time Equivalents FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Personnel [full-time equivalents] ACTUAL CURRENT PROJECTED 12/14/2016 Page 14 of 14 Finance Committee 1/19/17 Page 117