Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Live reporting - FY 2010 update

53 million was needed as level service, that number never changed.
The other number that never changed was the number we could expect from the Town Council. 50 million never changed.

Approx 3.5 million dollar gap. How we were bridging that gap? What savings or revenues were coming in were changing.

We couldn't predict how many were retiring, etc.

Sabolinski - some of the ways we bridged the gap also did not change. The teachers taking the wage freeze helped to save 23 positions. Some prepayment of special education tuitions ($200,000). Stabilization was cut significantly by the Governor, we got our final number last week ($219,000). Circuit breaker extraordinary relief.

We were able to bring 29 on July 2
We can bring back 21 more now but have not determined the final positions until we meet with the principals.

10 teaching positions, (5 PE/health and 5 librarians) are the total lost this year.
We did lose the one data analyst and the asst principal were lost as well.

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