Budget Information

Fiscal Year 2018 Budget

Budget Goals

  1. To create a proposed budget that is transparent and specific so that School Committee members and community leaders can understand our proposals and how they support the educational vision of the District.
  2. To examine all potential sources of revenue beyond community assessments, including the use of fees, revolving accounts (including building rental and adult education), Excess & Deficiency (E&D), etc.
  3. To provide appropriate staffing for new programs (plumbing, biotechnology, dental assisting, HVAC) as they grow to full enrollment, while adjusting staffing in other programs to better meet student needs.
  4. To successfully implement the Hathorne Teachers Federation (HTF) collective bargaining agreement in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
  5. To streamline our administrative structure to better meet the needs of our students and employees in a cost-efficient manner.
  6. To create a more robust cooperative education structure, focused on job skills, internship and employment opportunities, and building positive relationships with our employers.
  7. To develop a focused approach to early college programming, communication (with and for) member communities, and adult/community education.
  8. To examine opportunities to reconfigure existing programs and explore new program areas, where appropriate.
  9. To adjust academic staffing to meet the needs of a growing student population.
  10. To address custodial and grounds staffing to meet the needs of this campus.
  11. To continue implementation of a long-term vision for instructional materials and equipment.

FY 2018 BUDGET DOCUMENTS

FY2018 Approved Budget & Superintendent Budget Message (3.9.2017)

FY2018 Preliminary Budget Proposal (2.9.2017)

DRAFT Budget Proposal (2.1.2017)

 


Fiscal Year 2017 Budget

BUDGET GOALS

  1. To create a proposed budget that is transparent and specific so that School Committee members and community leaders can understand our proposals and how they support the educational vision of the District
  2. Upgrade to an online registration and application capability; equivalent of a common application process for students and sending district guidance staff
  3. Creation of a more focused and robust cooperative education structure
  4. A focused approach to early college relationships, communication (with and for) member communities, and adult/community education
  5. Providing appropriate staffing for new programs (plumbing, biotechnology, dental assisting, HVAC), while adjusting staffing in other programs to better meet student enrollments
  6. To streamline the custodial and grounds staffing to meet the needs of this campus
  7. To adjust academic staffing (Spanish, science, and special education) to meet the needs of a growing student population
  8. To provide wellness courses for students during all five (5) days in the CTE cycle
  9. To examine possible opportunities to reconfigure existing programs, where appropriate
  10. To begin implementation of a long-term vision for instructional materials and equipment
  11. To examine all potential sources of revenue beyond community assessments, including the use of fees, revolving accounts (building rental, tuition, CTE), Excess & Deficiency (E&D), etc.
  12. To implement salary and benefits in a clear and consistent manner for all employees

FY 2017 Budget DOCUMENTS

FY2017 Budget: Adopted Thursday, March 10, 2016

DRAFT Budget Proposal: Monday, March 7, 2016

DRAFT Budget Proposal: Thursday, February 4, 2016

DRAFT Budget Narrative: Thursday, January 21, 2016

DRAFT Budget Proposal: Thursday, January 21, 2016