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EXCEEDS UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT #1
LOVING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUILDING
FUND
FUNCTION
10
1100
10
1101
10
10
10
10
10
OBJECT
EXPENDITURE DESCRIPTION
AMOUNT
AMOUNT
AMOUNT
ORIGINAL
REDUCED
FUNCTION
COMMENTS
Regular Programs
First Grade
10 1101 314
Reading Consultant
10 1101 332
Travel
$500
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 1101 410
General Supplies
$800
$200 times 4 classrooms
10 1101 700
Easel Play Center
1102
$1,500
$1,200
20 hours at $75 per hour
Replacement rotation
Second Grade
10 1102 314
Math Consultant
$750
10 hours at $75 per hour
10 1102 332
Travel
$750
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 1102 410
General Supplies
$800
$200 times 4 classrooms
10 1102 700
Classroom Computer
$950
Replacement rotation
1103
Third Grade
10 1103 331
Field Trips
$400
$2 per mile times 100 miles times 2 buses
10 1103 332
Travel
$500
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 1103 410
General Supplies
$800
$200 times 4 classrooms
10 1103 700
Classroom Science Center
$750
Supports new Science textbook series
1104
Fourth Grade
10 1104 314
Science Consultant
$750
10 hours at $75 per hour
10 1104 332
Travel
$750
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 1104 410
General Supplies
10 1104 700
Classroom Science Center
1105
$1,000
$200 times 5 classrooms
$750
Supports new Science textbook series
Fifth Grade
10 1105 314
Science Consultant
$750
10 hours at $75 per hour
10 1105 332
Travel
$500
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 1105 410
General Supplies
$800
$200 times 4 classrooms
10 1105 700
Classroom Computers
1106
$1,900
Replacement rotation
Kindergarten
10 1106 314
Writing Consultant
$750
10 hours at $75 per hour
10
10
10
10 1106 332
Travel
10 1106 410
General Supplies
10 1106 700
Writing Center
1250
$150
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 1250 410
General Supplies – Classroom Supplies
$200
Program supplies
10 1250 410
General Supplies – Remedial Reading Supplies
$700
Program supplies
10 1250 440
Periodicals
$600
Reading enhancement materials
Summer School Program
10 1600 315
Summer School Snacks
10 1600 331
Field Trips
$100
$2 per mile times 50 miles
10 1600 410
General Supplies – Incentives
$350
$50 times 7 teachers
10 1600 410
General Supplies – Workbooks
$200
Reading workbooks
$1,200
60 students times $1 per day times 20 days
Bilingual Program
10 1800 331
Field Trip
$150
$2 per mile times 75 miles
10 1800 410
General Supplies
$250
Program supplies
10 1800 420
Textbooks
$500
20 textbooks at $25 per book
10 1800 470
Software
$450
Bilingual computer software
2000
Support Services
10
2100
Support Services – Pupils
10
2120
2220
Supports new writing materials
Travel
10
2200
$300 times 4 classrooms
$750
Title 1 Reading Program
1800
10
$1,200
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 1250 332
1600
10
$400
Guidance Services
10 2120 332
Travel
$150
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
10 2120 360
Printing Services
$250
Cummulative record folders
10 2120 410
General Supplies
$100
Office Supplies
Support Services – Instructional Staff
Educational Media Services
10 2220 410
General Supplies
$200
Computer lab supplies
10 2220 430
Library Books
$500
Update library book collection
10 2220 440
Periodicals
$900
Periodicals and newspaper expenses
10 2220 700
Computer
$950
Replacement rotation
$800
Opening day of school speaker
10
2400
Support Services – School Administration
10
2410
Office of the Principal Services
10 2410 314
Motivational Speaker
10 2410 332
Travel
10 2410 410
General Supplies
10 2410 700
Computer
Total Budget Amount
$1,500
$700
$2,500
$33,400
Reimbursement for conferences and workshops
Office supplies
Office equipment
Budget Project Reflection
Submit Assignment
•
•
Due No Due Date
Submitting a text entry box, a media recording, or a file upload
Please submit your budget plan reflection here.
Project Reflection Rubric (1)
Project Reflection Rubric (1)
Ratings
Criteria
Pts
This criterion is
linked to a Learning
OutcomeDescription
The candidate clearly and fully
describes the project.
3.0 pts
The candidate describes
the project.
2.0 pts
This criterion is
linked to a Learning
OutcomeApplication
to Administrative or
School Leadership
Position (item 2)
The candidate clearly and fully
describes a specific example of
what was learned in completing this
project that can be applied to a
future administrative or school
leadership position.
3.0 pts
The candidate describes a specific
example of what was learned in
completing this project that can be
applied to a future school
administrative or school leadership
position.
2.0 pts
The candidate provides a general
description of what was learned
in completing this project that can
be applied to a future
administrative or school
leadership position.
1.0 pts
This criterion is
linked to a Learning
OutcomeConceptual
Framework (item 3)
The candidate clearly and fully
describes a specific example of how
the project relates to at least one of
the themes in the Conceptual
Framework of the College of
Education.
3.0 pts
The candidate describes a specific
example of how the project relates
to at least one of the themes in the
Conceptual Framework of the
College of Education.
2.0 pts
The candidate provides a general
description of how the project
relates to one of the themes in the
Conceptual Framework of the
College of Education.
1.0 pts
This criterion is
linked to a Learning
OutcomeConventions
Use of conventions is correct
in grammar, spelling, and
punctuation
3.0 pts
Total Points: 12.0
Few minor errors in grammar,
spelling, and /or punctuation that
do not affect meaning
2.0 pts
The candidate partially or incompletely
describes the project.
1.0 pts
Numerous minor errors or major errors
in grammar, spelling and/or
punctuation that affect meaning
1.0 pts
3.0 pts
3.0 pts
3.0 pts
3.0 pts
School Budget Project
Steve Brummel, Eva Schutter, and Maryam Alsoqfi
University of St. Francis
School Finance
MSED 662
Dr. Bob Barwa
December 4, 2017
School Demographics
Our school is a first through fifth grade district situated in rural Illinois, approximately eighty
miles southwest of Chicago. The school serves 371 students, 43% of whom are considered low
income. The district also services 12% of the students with Individualized Education Plans, as
well as the 1% English Learners within the student body. The majority of students, 91%, are
White, with the next largest demographic group Hispanic, at 5% of the population.
Rationale for addition the new function
The function that is added to the budget will be a total increase of $500 which includes a
document camera for $100, and Apple TV for $150, and an 32 GB iPad, including pertinent
accessories, cases, charger, etc for $330. With a 15% discount our total for the new technology is
$500. This new function is related to our building SIP to increase the use of education
technology in order to compete in a global, connected environment. To add this new function we
will reduce the allowance for the motivational first day speaker to $300. Teachers will be much
more motivated to have more time to prepare for students on day one. Additionally, each
building administrator will create a motivational back to school kickoff activity for teachers to
welcome faculty and staff back to school.
Description of SIP Goal
The SIP goal that we are focusing on for this year is incorporating the use of educational
technology in the classroom. The rationale for this added function is to get the technology into
the hands of a forward thinking educator to run a pilot program. With the data we collect from
this educator it will allow us to present this information to our district to rationalize the need of
this equipment in each classroom. This can also be used during the grant writing process to link
student growth to student needs.
Rationale of 10% Reduction
Although no area is easy to cut money from, our administrative team found it necessary to cut
$3340 overall from the following areas.
? -$300 motivation speaker
? Speaker will present for shorter time and school principal will motivate
? -$900 periodicals
? Goal is to use more digital periodicals
? -$500 Administrator conference reimbursement and travel
? $1000, rather than $1500, will suffice for travel expense
?
-$250 Second Grade travel for conference
? 1st grade is at $500
? -$450 Easel replacement
? Found for $150 x 5 = $750
? -$525 Kindergarten reading consultant
? 3 hour SIP day is all that is needed
? -$250 Fourth Grade travel for conference
? 1st grade is at $500
? -$150 First Grade reading consultant
? Cuts 2 hours from training
? -$15 Kindergarten Writing Center
? $750 budget can afford $15 cut
Description of Budget Process Including Stakeholders
Although it is never easy to decrease a budget, our administrative team discussed how we could
maintain a high level of achievement under the current necessary ten percent budget cut. Rather
than cutting significantly from one or two areas, we found it less harmful to make smaller cuts
from many different areas and grade levels. Specific cuts also were chosen that would not
directly impact student resources, supplies, or educative experiences.
Grant Incorporation of $20,000
Our School Improvement Plan is to increase the use of technology to prepare our students to
compete with an ever changing, connected, global learning community. Our school is not
technologically equipped with the appropriate teaching tools and devices necessary to increase
student motivation and achievement. These devices will allow the teachers to develop, plan, and
implement instructional delivery a more seamless process. With the bonus funding, each
classroom teacher will receive a personal document camera, an Apple TV to connect to existing
projectors, and an iPad, including necessary accessories.
? 25 Apple TV (Not 4K) $150 = $3750
? 25 Document Cameras Ipevo Ziggi-HD $100 = $2500
? 25 32 GB iPad. 9.7 in. – $330 = $8250
? 15 Ipads $330/ea $4950 total
? 1 charging cart by Bretford PowerSync $2100
? 40 SUPCASE iPad 9.7 2017 case $25 = $1000
? 5 Lightning to VGA cords $50 = $250
? Applications = $620
Description of How Bid Was Developed Including Stakeholder
This technology proposal was developed after discussion with grade level teacher leaders and by
surveying all teachers, administrators, parents, and students using Likert scale. The survey
included questions regarding learning and teaching styles, interests, and needs. Based on the
survey results, our administrative team constructed a tech plan to meet the needs of the various
stakeholders.
Works Cited
“L J STEVENS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (2-5) – WILMINGTON CUSD 209U.” L J
STEVENS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL | School Snapshot,
www.illinoisreportcard.com/School.aspx?schoolid=56099209U262004.
“Technology Can Close Achievement Gaps, Improve Learning.” Stanford Graduate School of
Education, ed.stanford.edu/news/technology-can-close-achievement-gaps-and-improvelearning-outcomes.
School Budget Project
Steve Brummel, Eva Schutter, and Maryam Alsoqfi
University of St. Francis
School Finance
MSED 662
Dr. Bob Barwa
December 4, 2017
School Demographics
Our school is a first through fifth grade district situated in rural Illinois, approximately eighty
miles southwest of Chicago. The school serves 371 students, 43% of whom are considered low
income. The district also services 12% of the students with Individualized Education Plans, as
well as the 1% English Learners within the student body. The majority of students, 91%, are
White, with the next largest demographic group Hispanic, at 5% of the population.
Rationale for addition the new function
The function that is added to the budget will be a total increase of $500 which includes a
document camera for $100, and Apple TV for $150, and an 32 GB iPad, including pertinent
accessories, cases, charger, etc for $330. With a 15% discount our total for the new technology is
$500. This new function is related to our building SIP to increase the use of education
technology in order to compete in a global, connected environment. To add this new function we
will reduce the allowance for the motivational first day speaker to $300. Teachers will be much
more motivated to have more time to prepare for students on day one. Additionally, each
building administrator will create a motivational back to school kickoff activity for teachers to
welcome faculty and staff back to school.
Description of SIP Goal
The SIP goal that we are focusing on for this year is incorporating the use of educational
technology in the classroom. The rationale for this added function is to get the technology into
the hands of a forward thinking educator to run a pilot program. With the data we collect from
this educator it will allow us to present this information to our district to rationalize the need of
this equipment in each classroom. This can also be used during the grant writing process to link
student growth to student needs.
Rationale of 10% Reduction
Although no area is easy to cut money from, our administrative team found it necessary to cut
$3340 overall from the following areas.
•
-$300 motivation speaker
o
Speaker will present for shorter time and school principal will motivate
•
-$900 periodicals
o
•
-$500 Administrator conference reimbursement and travel
o
•
1st grade is at $500
-$150 First Grade reading consultant
o
•
3 hour SIP day is all that is needed
-$250 Fourth Grade travel for conference
o
•
Found for $150 x 5 = $750
-$525 Kindergarten reading consultant
o
•
1st grade is at $500
-$450 Easel replacement
o
•
$1000, rather than $1500, will suffice for travel expense
-$250 Second Grade travel for conference
o
•
Goal is to use more digital periodicals
Cuts 2 hours from training
-$15 Kindergarten Writing Center
o
$750 budget can afford $15 cut
Description of Budget Process Including Stakeholders
Although it is never easy to decrease a budget, our administrative team discussed how we could
maintain a high level of achievement under the current necessary ten percent budget cut. Rather
than cutting significantly from one or two areas, we found it less harmful to make smaller cuts
from many different areas and grade levels. Specific cuts also were chosen that would not
directly impact student resources, supplies, or educative experiences.
Grant Incorporation of $20,000
Our School Improvement Plan is to increase the use of technology to prepare our students to
compete with an ever changing, connected, global learning community. Our school is not
technologically equipped with the appropriate teaching tools and devices necessary to increase
student motivation and achievement. These devices will allow the teachers to develop, plan, and
implement instructional delivery a more seamless process. With the bonus funding, each
classroom teacher will receive a personal document camera, an Apple TV to connect to existing
projectors, and an iPad, including necessary accessories.
•
25 Apple TV (Not 4K) $150 = $3750
•
25 Document Cameras Ipevo Ziggi-HD $100 = $2500
•
25 32 GB iPad. 9.7 in. – $330 = $8250
•
15 Ipads $330/ea $4950 total
•
1 charging cart by Bretford PowerSync $2100
•
40 SUPCASE iPad 9.7 2017 case $25 = $1000
•
5 Lightning to VGA cords $50 = $250
•
Applications = $620
Description of How Bid Was Developed Including Stakeholder
This technology proposal was developed after discussion with grade level teacher leaders and by
surveying all teachers, administrators, parents, and students using Likert scale. The survey
included questions regarding learning and teaching styles, interests, and needs. Based on the
survey results, our administrative team constructed a tech plan to meet the needs of the various
stakeholders.
Works Cited
“L J STEVENS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (2-5) – WILMINGTON CUSD 209U.” L J STEVENS
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL | School Snapshot,
www.illinoisreportcard.com/School.aspx?schoolid=56099209U262004.
“Technology Can Close Achievement Gaps, Improve Learning.” Stanford Graduate School of
Education, ed.stanford.edu/news/technology-can-close-achievement-gaps-and-improve-learningoutcomes
School Budget Proposal
Steve Brummel, Eva Schutter, and Maryam Alsoqfi
University of St. Francis
School Finance
MSED 662
Dr. Bob Barwa
December 4, 2017
?
To increase the use of technology to
prepare our students to compete with
an ever changing, connected, global
learning community.
?
Goal
To allow the teachers to develop,
plan, and implement instructional
delivery a more seamless process.
Rationale
“When given access to appropriate technology
used in thoughtful ways, all students—regardless
of their respective backgrounds—can make
substantial gains in learning and technological
readiness,” said Darling-Hammond, the faculty
director of SCOPE.
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in
Education
Survey of Current vs. Needed
Technology
?
Teachers
?
Administrators
?
Parents
?
Students
?
Personal Document Camera
?
Apple TV
?
iPad
?
Necessary Accessories
Equipping
Classrooms
Improving
Instruction
?
?
iPad Case
?
Lightning to VGA Adapter
Teaching and Learning Apps
$20,000 Grant
Proposal
?
25 Apple TV (Not 4K) $150 = $3750
?
25 Document Cameras Ipevo Ziggi-HD $100 =
$2500
?
25 32 GB iPad. 9.7 in. – $330 = $8250
?
15 Ipads $330/ea $4950 total
?
1 charging cart by Bretford PowerSync $2100
?
40 SUPCASE iPad 9.7 2017 case $25 = $1000
?
5 Lightning to VGA cords $50 = $250
?
Applications = $620
Works Cited
“L J STEVENS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (2-5) – WILMINGTON CUSD 209U.” L J STEVENS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
| School Snapshot, www.illinoisreportcard.com/School.aspx?schoolid=56099209U262004.
“Technology Can Close Achievement Gaps, Improve Learning.” Stanford Graduate School of Education,
ed.stanford.edu/news/technology-can-close-achievement-gaps-and-improve-learning-outcomes.

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