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2010

MIDDLESEX - MIDDLESEX CO VOCATIONAL

 

Advertised Enrollments
Enrollment CategoryOctober 15, 2008
Actual
October 15, 2009
Actual
October 15, 2010
Estimated
Pupils on Roll Regular Full-Time1,3171,3121,317
Pupils on Roll Regular Shared-Time111616
Pupils on Roll Reg Accr. Adult High Sch91880
spacing
Pupils on Roll - Special Full-Time474463465
Pupils on Roll - Special Shared-Time217230230
Post-Secondary - Full Time280463350

 

Advertised Revenues
Budget CategoryAccount2008-09
Actual
2009-10
Revised
2010-11
Anticipated
OPERATING BUDGET
Budgeted Fund Balance - Operating Budget 10-303 0 1,650,000 1,950,000
Revenues from Local Sources:
County Tax Levy 10-1210 25,581,630 22,751,798 23,314,842
Tuition from LEAs 10-1310 0 448,500 330,000
Other Tuition 10-1320-1340 667,554 346,420 545,560
Interest Earned on Capital Reserve Funds 10-1XXX 54,631 0 0
Unrestricted Miscellaneous Revenues 10-1XXX 540,282 838,304 599,100
SUBTOTAL  26,844,097 24,385,022 24,789,502
Revenues from State Sources:
Aid for Adult and Post-Graduate Programs 10-3191 174,096 0 0
Other State Aids 10-3XXX 6,355 27,069 0
Categorical Special Education Aid 10-3132 1,014,213 1,062,397 0
Equalization Aid 10-3176 11,964,811 9,837,320 11,573,778
Categorical Security Aid 10-3177 412,817 474,885 0
SUBTOTAL  13,572,292 11,401,671 11,573,778
Revenues from Federal Sources:
Medicaid Reimbursement 10-4200 23,043 58,903 58,903
Equalization Aid - ARRA ESF 16-4520 0 2,099,337 0
Equalization Aid - ARRA GSF 17-4521 0 81,268 0
Adjustment for Prior Year Encumbrances  0 2,672,268 0
Actual Revenues (Over)/Under Expenditures  -747,243 0 0
TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET  39,692,189 42,348,469 38,372,183
GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS
Revenues from Local Sources 20-1XXX 259,088 333,279 320,000
Revenues from State Sources:
Other Restricted Entitlements 20-32XX 40,225 33,204 33,000
TOTAL REVENUES FROM STATE SOURCES  40,225 33,204 33,000
Revenues from Federal Sources:
Title I 20-4411-4416 355,227 398,603 387,000
Title II 20-4451-4455 0 0 70,000
Title IV 20-4471-4474 0 0 6,000
I.D.E.A. Part B (Handicapped) 20-4420-4429 623,584 570,446 554,000
Vocational Education 20-4430 0 669,959 670,000
Other 20-4XXX 1,026,087 763,641 0
TOTAL REVENUES FROM FEDERAL SOURCES  2,004,898 2,402,649 1,687,000
TOTAL GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS  2,304,211 2,769,132 2,040,000
TOTAL REVENUES/SOURCES  41,996,400 45,117,601 40,412,183
DEDUCT REVENUES INCLUDED IN MULTIPLE FUNDS DUE TO TRANSFERS:
TOTAL REVENUES/SOURCES NET OF TRANSFERS  41,996,400 45,117,601 40,412,183

 

Advertised Appropriations
Budget CategoryAccount2008-09
Expenditures
2009-10
Rev. Approp.
2010-11
Appropriations
GENERAL CURRENT EXPENSE
Instruction:
Regular Programs 11-1XX-100-XXX5,106,6345,297,7415,116,094
Basic Skills/Remedial 11-230-100-XXX21,00600
Bilingual Education 11-240-100-XXX106,293155,096155,182
Vocational Programs 11-3XX-100-XXX8,084,4798,469,4947,857,095
School-Spon. Co/Extra-Curr. Activities 11-401-100-XXX102,354127,015117,015
School Sponsored Athletics 11-402-100-XXX320,734345,230320,180
Support Services:
Health Services 11-000-213-XXX447,184480,673477,530
Speech, OT, PT, Related & Extraordinary Services 11-000-216,217158,100175,771175,869
Guidance 11-000-218-XXX1,043,7331,142,0441,139,071
Child Study Teams 11-000-219-XXX766,840901,603749,067
Improvement of Instructional Services 11-000-221-XXX476,245529,734547,226
Educational Media Services - School Library 11-000-222-XXX387,156417,046407,154
Instructional Staff Training Services 11-000-223-XXX95,246111,616105,468
General Administration 11-000-230-XXX1,273,5661,343,2051,211,597
School Administration 11-000-240-XXX2,519,9352,774,0832,411,976
Central Svcs & Admin Info Technology 11-000-25X-XXX1,280,2901,428,2911,289,966
Operation and Maintenance of Plant Services 11-000-26X-XXX6,567,3156,802,8006,907,150
Student Transportation Services 11-000-270-XXX130,297176,500131,165
Other Support Services 11-000-290-XXX2000
Personal Services - Employee Benefits 11-XXX-XXX-2XX6,076,9456,901,6217,168,821
Food Services 11-000-310-XXX8,50033,85010,000
Total Support Services Expenditures 21,231,37223,218,83722,732,060
TOTAL GENERAL CURRENT EXPENSE 34,972,87237,613,41336,297,626
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
Equipment 12-XXX-XXX-73X376,864286,4920
Facilities Acquisition and Construction Services 12-000-4XX-XXX2,098,2452,075,227123,267
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 2,475,1092,361,719123,267
Post-Secondary Programs:
Instruction 13-330-100-XXX935,7191,009,649894,025
Support Services 13-330-200-XXX103,558117,420121,597
Total Post-Secondary Programs 1,039,2771,127,0691,015,622
Summer School:
Instruction 13-422-100-XXX35,64000
Support Services 13-422-200-XXX10,00000
Total Summer School 45,64000
Accredited Evening/Adult High School/Post-Graduate:
Instruction 13-601-100-XXX97,221101,500351
Support Services 13-601-200-XXX45,79653,500300
Total Accredited Evening/Adult HS/Post-Grad. 143,017155,000651
Vocational Evening - Local:
Instruction 13-629-100-XXX567,569634,450541,771
Support Services 13-629-200-XXX448,705456,818393,246
Total Vocational Evening - Local 1,016,2741,091,268935,017
TOTAL SPECIAL SCHOOLS 2,244,2082,373,3371,951,290
OPERATING BUDGET GRAND TOTAL 39,692,18942,348,46938,372,183
SPECIAL GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS
Local Projects 20-XXX-XXX-XXX259,088333,279320,000
Other State Projects:
Other Special Projects 20-XXX-XXX-XXX40,22533,20433,000
Total State Projects 40,22533,20433,000
Federal Projects:
Title I 20-XXX-XXX-XXX355,227398,603387,000
Title II 20-XXX-XXX-XXX0070,000
Title IV 20-XXX-XXX-XXX006,000
I.D.E.A. Part B (Handicapped) 20-XXX-XXX-XXX623,584570,446554,000
Vocational Education 20-XXX-XXX-XXX0669,959670,000
Other Special Projects 20-XXX-XXX-XXX1,026,087763,6410
Total Federal Projects 2,004,8982,402,6491,687,000
TOTAL GRANTS AND ENTITLEMENTS 2,304,2112,769,1322,040,000
Total Expenditures 41,996,40045,117,60140,412,183
DEDUCT AMOUNTS INCLUDED IN MULTIPLE FUNDS DUE TO TRANSFERS:
TOTAL EXPENDITURES NET OF TRANSFERS 41,996,40045,117,60140,412,183

 

Advertised Recapitulation of Balances
Budget CategoryAudited
Balance
6/30/08
Audited
Balance
6/30/09
Estimated
Balance
6/30/10
Estimated
Balance
6/30/11
Unassigned:
  General Operating Budget3,518,9593,318,7402,381,5311,166,086
  Repayment of Debt0000
Reserved for Specific Purposes:
  General Operating Budget:
      Capital Reserve100100100100
      Adult Education Programs0000
      Maintenance Reserve0000
      Legal Reserve712,7911,447,346734,5550
      Tuition Reserve0000
      Current Expense Emergency Reserve0000
  Restricted for Repayment of Debt0000

 

Advertised Per Pupil Cost Calculations
 2007-08
Actual
2008-09
Actual
2009-10
Original
Budget
2009-10
Revised
Budget
2010-11
Proposed
Budget
Total Comparative Per Pupil Cost17,13217,39017,51316,33416,489
Total Classroom Instruction8,3488,4408,4247,8287,865
Classroom-Salaries and Benefits7,6137,7247,6267,0417,132
Classroom-General Supplies and Textbooks448420508517452
Classroom-Purchased Services and Other288295290270282
Total Support Services2,1332,0852,2552,0582,117
Support Services-Salaries and Benefits2,0392,0132,1391,9502,019
Total Administrative Costs2,7842,9512,9542,8262,687
Administration-Salaries and Benefits2,3632,4802,3922,2342,199
Legal Costs00191718
Total Operations and Maintenance of Plant3,3843,4583,4213,1753,396
Operations & Maintenance of Plant-Salary & Ben.1,3651,3881,4591,3761,442
Total Food Services Costs21416144
Total Extracurricular Costs239244254238236
Total Equipment Costs15718301210
Employee Benefits as a % of Salaries26.224.72527.230

The information presented in columns 1 through 3 as well as the related descriptions of the per pupil cost calculations are contained in the 2010 Comparative Spending Guide and can be found on the Department of Education's Internet address: http://www.state.nj.us/education under Finance, when available. This publication is available in the board office and public libraries. The same calculations were performed using the 2009-10 revised appropriations and 2010-11 budgeted appropriations presented in this advertised budget. Total Comparative Per Pupil Cost is defined as current expense exclusive of tuition expenditures, transportation, residential costs, and judgments against the school district. For all years, it also includes the restricted entitlement aids. With the exception of Total Equipment Cost, each of the other per pupil cost calculations presented is a component of the total comparative per pupil cost, although all components are not shown.

 

Shared Services
  • Education:
  • Currently sharing an adult automotive program at the Piscataway
  • Campus with the County College.
  • Various articulation agreeements with the County College and our Academy
  • students to earn college credit.
  • Participate as the lead agency in the Middlesex County Readiness
  • Management for schools shared service program. The Program focuses on
  • staff development and training with regard to creating district plans
  • and coordinating readiness drills.
  • Provide vocational education, regular and special education placements,
  • for students of all the school districts throughout the County.
  • Provide the services of an apprentice coordinator for the County of
  • Middlesex who registers and tracks apprentice on a county-wide level.
  • Supplies/Commodities:
  • Participate with MCRSC to cooperatively bid both electric and natural
  • gas supply.
  • Participate with MCRSC to cooperatively bid other items such as
  • services (time and material) and supplies.
  • Participate in the county-wide cooperative supply bid referred to as
  • "Common Cents". The program is administered by the County of Middlesex.
  • Insurance:
  • We are a member district in the New Jersey School Board's insurance pool
  • which cooperatively provides casualty/liability insurance for school
  • districts throughout the State.
  • We are a member of the New Jersey Health Plan for medical and
  • prescription coverage.
  • Facilities:
  • The new Perth Amboy Campus was desigend to share the building with the
  • County College. While the district provides most of the facility related
  • services, the college reciprocates as out Academy Campus.
  • The Academy Campus was constructed on the grounds at the County College.
  • In additiion to providing the land at no cost, we are able to access the
  • college facilities for some of our program needs.
  • The County of Middlesex provides discounted rates for various needs
  • through inter-local agreements such as paving services, gasoline for our
  • grands equipment/vehicles, and salt for the winter snow and ice.

 

Administrative Salaries
Employee Name: Arismendy Almonte 
Job TitleCoordinator/Dir./Mgr./Supvr. Technology Supervisor 
Base Annual Salary83,800 
Full Time Equivalents (FTE)1.0 
Shared with another district?
Member of Collective Bargaining Unit?
Contract Terms: 
  Beginning Date of Contract07/01/2009 
  Ending Date of Contract06/30/2010 
  Contracted Number of Annual Work Days241 
  Contracted Number of Annual Vacation Days 22 
  Contracted Number of Annual Sick Days12 
  Contracted Number of Annual Personal Days
  Contracted Number of Annual Consulting Days
  Number of Other Contracted Non-working Days
  Description of Other Contracted Non-working Days 
Benefits: 
Allowances1,292 
Bonuses
Stipends
District Contributions above Teacher Contract: 
  Insurance: Health, Dental, Life, Other16,924 
  Retirement Plans
Contractual Post-Employment Benefits Amount29,645 
  Description of: 
   Buyback of Sick Days at the End of Contract150 per upon retirement contact cap 
   Buyback of Vacation Days at the End of Contractunused vac for year of retire @ per 
   Buyback of Personal Days at the End of Contractdiem max amount 
   Other Contractual Post-Employment Benefits 
Other/In-Kind Remuneration
  Description of: 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Sick Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Vacation Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Personal Time in Cash 
   All Other In-Kind or Other Remuneration 
Additional Comments 
Employee Name: Brian Loughlin 
Job TitleSuperintendent Superintendent 
Base Annual Salary180,000 
Full Time Equivalents (FTE)1.0 
Shared with another district?
Member of Collective Bargaining Unit?
Contract Terms: 
  Beginning Date of Contract 
  Ending Date of Contract 
  Contracted Number of Annual Work Days241 
  Contracted Number of Annual Vacation Days 27 
  Contracted Number of Annual Sick Days12 
  Contracted Number of Annual Personal Days
  Contracted Number of Annual Consulting Days
  Number of Other Contracted Non-working Days
  Description of Other Contracted Non-working Days 
Benefits: 
Allowances4,292 
Bonuses7,000 
Stipends
District Contributions above Teacher Contract: 
  Insurance: Health, Dental, Life, Other15,957 
  Retirement Plans
Contractual Post-Employment Benefits Amount56,942 
  Description of: 
   Buyback of Sick Days at the End of Contract150 per upon retire cap chapter 92 
   Buyback of Vacation Days at the End of Contractunused vac for year of retire @ per 
   Buyback of Personal Days at the End of Contractdiem cap chapter 92 
   Other Contractual Post-Employment Benefits 
Other/In-Kind Remuneration
  Description of: 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Sick Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Vacation Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Personal Time in Cash 
   All Other In-Kind or Other Remuneration 
Additional Comments 
Employee Name: Francine Thompson 
Job TitleAsst Business Administrator Assist. Business Administrator 
Base Annual Salary83,783 
Full Time Equivalents (FTE)1.0 
Shared with another district?
Member of Collective Bargaining Unit?
Contract Terms: 
  Beginning Date of Contract07/01/2009 
  Ending Date of Contract06/30/2010 
  Contracted Number of Annual Work Days241 
  Contracted Number of Annual Vacation Days 22 
  Contracted Number of Annual Sick Days12 
  Contracted Number of Annual Personal Days
  Contracted Number of Annual Consulting Days
  Number of Other Contracted Non-working Days
  Description of Other Contracted Non-working Days 
Benefits: 
Allowances4,262 
Bonuses
Stipends
District Contributions above Teacher Contract: 
  Insurance: Health, Dental, Life, Other5,128 
  Retirement Plans
Contractual Post-Employment Benefits Amount9,470 
  Description of: 
   Buyback of Sick Days at the End of Contract150 per upon retirement contract cap 
   Buyback of Vacation Days at the End of Contractunused vac for year of retire @ per 
   Buyback of Personal Days at the End of Contractdiem max amount 
   Other Contractual Post-Employment Benefits 
Other/In-Kind Remuneration
  Description of: 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Sick Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Vacation Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Personal Time in Cash 
   All Other In-Kind or Other Remuneration 
Additional Comments 
Employee Name: Francis Cap 
Job TitleCoordinator/Dir./Mgr./Supvr. Buildings & Ground Director 
Base Annual Salary111,398 
Full Time Equivalents (FTE)1.0 
Shared with another district?
Member of Collective Bargaining Unit?
Contract Terms: 
  Beginning Date of Contract07/01/2009 
  Ending Date of Contract06/30/2010 
  Contracted Number of Annual Work Days241 
  Contracted Number of Annual Vacation Days 27 
  Contracted Number of Annual Sick Days12 
  Contracted Number of Annual Personal Days
  Contracted Number of Annual Consulting Days
  Number of Other Contracted Non-working Days
  Description of Other Contracted Non-working Days 
Benefits: 
Allowances4,954 
Bonuses
Stipends
District Contributions above Teacher Contract: 
  Insurance: Health, Dental, Life, Other17,579 
  Retirement Plans
Contractual Post-Employment Benefits Amount31,692 
  Description of: 
   Buyback of Sick Days at the End of Contract150per upon retirement contract cap 
   Buyback of Vacation Days at the End of Contractunused vac for year of retire @ per 
   Buyback of Personal Days at the End of Contractdiem max amount 
   Other Contractual Post-Employment Benefits 
Other/In-Kind Remuneration
  Description of: 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Sick Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Vacation Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Personal Time in Cash 
   All Other In-Kind or Other Remuneration 
Additional Comments 
Employee Name: Glenn Methner 
Job TitleAssistant Superintendent Personnel 
Base Annual Salary144,257 
Full Time Equivalents (FTE)1.0 
Shared with another district?
Member of Collective Bargaining Unit?
Contract Terms: 
  Beginning Date of Contract 
  Ending Date of Contract 
  Contracted Number of Annual Work Days241 
  Contracted Number of Annual Vacation Days 27 
  Contracted Number of Annual Sick Days12 
  Contracted Number of Annual Personal Days
  Contracted Number of Annual Consulting Days
  Number of Other Contracted Non-working Days
  Description of Other Contracted Non-working Days 
Benefits: 
Allowances6,054 
Bonuses3,400 
Stipends
District Contributions above Teacher Contract: 
  Insurance: Health, Dental, Life, Other17,579 
  Retirement Plans
Contractual Post-Employment Benefits Amount39,985 
  Description of: 
   Buyback of Sick Days at the End of Contract150 per upon retire cap chapter 92 
   Buyback of Vacation Days at the End of Contractunused vac for year of retire @ per 
   Buyback of Personal Days at the End of Contractdiem cap chapter 92 
   Other Contractual Post-Employment Benefits 
Other/In-Kind Remuneration
  Description of: 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Sick Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Vacation Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Personal Time in Cash 
   All Other In-Kind or Other Remuneration 
Additional Comments 
Employee Name: Karl J. Knehr 
Job TitleBusiness Administrator Business Administrator 
Base Annual Salary130,000 
Full Time Equivalents (FTE)1.0 
Shared with another district?
Member of Collective Bargaining Unit?
Contract Terms: 
  Beginning Date of Contract07/01/2009 
  Ending Date of Contract06/30/2010 
  Contracted Number of Annual Work Days241 
  Contracted Number of Annual Vacation Days 27 
  Contracted Number of Annual Sick Days12 
  Contracted Number of Annual Personal Days
  Contracted Number of Annual Consulting Days
  Number of Other Contracted Non-working Days
  Description of Other Contracted Non-working Days 
Benefits: 
Allowances5,782 
Bonuses
Stipends
District Contributions above Teacher Contract: 
  Insurance: Health, Dental, Life, Other17,203 
  Retirement Plans
Contractual Post-Employment Benefits Amount31,950 
  Description of: 
   Buyback of Sick Days at the End of Contract150 upon retire cap chapter 92 
   Buyback of Vacation Days at the End of Contractunused vac for year of retire @ per 
   Buyback of Personal Days at the End of Contractdiem cap chapter 92 
   Other Contractual Post-Employment Benefits 
Other/In-Kind Remuneration
  Description of: 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Sick Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Vacation Time in Cash 
   Annual Option to Buy Back Personal Time in Cash 
   All Other In-Kind or Other Remuneration 
Additional Comments