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1 PORTSMOUTH SCHOOLS P r o p o s e d F Y 1 4 B u d g e t & P E R F O R M A N C E M E A S U R E S D i s t r i c t M i s s i o n E d u c a t i n g a l l s t u d e n t s b y c h a l l e n g i n g t h e m t o b e c o m e t h i n k i n g, r e s p o n s i b l e, c o n t r i b u t i n g c i t i z e n s w h o c o n t i n u e t o l e a r n t h r o u g h o u t t h e i r l i v e s A school experience characterized by Personalized Learning with rich exposure to the Arts & Athletics and where every student graduates Career or College & Citizenship Ready

2 The Schools The Portsmouth Public Schools serve students in grades preschool through grade 12. The district operates a preschool program, three elementary schools, middle school, high school with a career and technical education center and alternative education program for over 2,6 pupils. Portsmouth High School enrolls over 39 students from the SAU 5 towns of Greenland, Newcastle and Rye. Our middle and high school enrolls pupils from the SAU 5 town of Newington. In addition to the regular school program, Portsmouth offers a full range of co and extra curricular activities, extended summer learning opportunities and afterschool enrichment programs. Please visit us at cityofportsmouth.com and click on the school department. The City Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a historic seaport incorporated in 1653 in Rockingham county. Today the city serves as a popular tourist destination housing many sites of interest ranging from The Music Hall, Strawbery Banke Museum to Prescott Park as well as many historic museums. Portsmouth is a municipal form of government with an elected mayor and city council and appointed city manager. The top employers in the area are the US Department of State Portsmouth Consular Center, Hospital Corporation of American, Liberty Mutual and Lonza. On The Cover Portsmouth High School Field Hockey Team defending their goal. PMS Geography Bee participants. Cast and crew of last fall s PHS Musical Tommy. 1 Years Ago Pupil Count, K-5 1, High School 393 PG and Training 28 Total Pupils 2,75 PORTSMOUTH by the numbers SCHOOL CITY* Total Population: ( 12-13) 2,696 population (211) 2,848 Preschool 15 Housing Units 1,625 K-5 1,57 Households 9, Families w/children 2.% ,129 under % 65 and over 15.9% White 83.% white 91.5% Black 1.7% black 1.7% Asian 4.7% Asian 3.5% Hispanic 5.6% Hispanic 2.8% Other/multiracial 4.5% other/multiracial 2.3% Free and reduced lunch 24.% below poverty level 9.% English language learners 2.5% English not spoken 6.8% Special education 14.9% foreign born 6.2% Bachelor s or > 48.4% HS Diploma 96.3% *source; factfinder2.census.gov Median Household Income $64,459 Home ownership 53.9% Median Home Value $312,6 P age 2

3 P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s To the Board of Instruction, I am pleased to share with you, as well as the citizens of Portsmouth, an update on the progress of our public schools, which is my fourth annual report in a series of reports dating back to The school year has been a busy one on a number of fronts. Central office moved to City Hall permitting vacated space at Little Harbour to be renovated into four (4) new kindergarten classrooms. Our Pre-K program, known as PEEP, moved from Community Campus to Dondero, and 7th and 8th grade students moved into the new addition of the middle school this past September. As you know, efficiency is best defined as the ability to produce a desired effect with a minimum effort, expense or waste. We accelerated recommendations in the Blue Ribbon Efficiencies Study. Central office administration enjoys greater access to city legal, human resources and finance staff. We have expanded the recreation/athletic department model to the middle school and we have traded off expenses as we support the new Connie Bean while the City supports the expenses associated with our arrival at Junkins Avenue. Be it a leaner central office configuration, expanded collaboration with the city, leveraging a cloud computing model, investigating a green energy solution or developing more in-house professional development opportunities to achieve a stronger teaching force, the School Board has achieved on-going efficiencies where student REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT achievement continues to improve while adopting practices that offer recurring savings. The City Council asked departments to submit a budget at an expenditure level of 4% or less. We have achieved the target. The FY14 Proposed Budget provides us the necessary resources to provide a personalized learning experience for every child and to ensure that every student graduates career, or college and citizenship ready. The School Board has adopted goals with a focus on student achievement through teaching effectiveness and careful stewardship of resources. We are pleased that our students continue to perform well and our teachers and staff work collaboratively to ensure a strong educational system. Dedicated teachers, caring support staff, skilled administrators, supportive parents, engaged students, a wonderful community and a thoughtful School Board are evident throughout this performance report. There are far too many student and staff accomplishments to cover in this booklet, but we have attempted to share with you the evidence that we do provide students a personalized experience, rich opportunities in the arts and athletics and that we are focused on graduating every learner career or college and citizenship ready. As Superintendent of Schools, I am proud of everyone s efforts to help our students to learn, grow and achieve. Organization Of The Report The Budget and Performance Measures Report is organized into the following sections: View Pages Points of Pride Student Achievement System Input Measures Cohort Metrics Educational Planning Financial and Budget Details Input Measures Cohort Metrics The School Day & Year 1 Years ago K i n d e rgart e n : G rad e 1 : G rad e s 2-7: G R A D E S 8-12: Student Achievement Education Planning Budget Financial 9 - N O O N & 2-4 P M a n d 2-4 P M 8 : 1 5 t o 1 : P M F A L L T E R M : S E P T 1 4 D E C 1 8 W I N T E R T E R M : J A N 4 M A R C H 2 6 S P R I N G T E R M : A P R 5 J U N E 2 4 P age 3

4 PERSONALIZED INSTRUCTION SUPPORTING STUDENT GROW TH AC AD EM I C A CH I EVEM EN T The district s mission is to educate all children to high levels. We provide appropriate class sizes to support personalized instruction and our teachers work collaboratively to monitor and support individual student growth. Page 4

5 Portsmouth schools ENRICHING S TUDENT LIFE THROUGH THE ARTS P ER F O R M I NG A RT S Every one of our students has talents just waiting to be explored. We provide students wonderful opportunities to experience courses and extracurricular experiences in music, visual arts and theatre. Page 5

6 A RICH TRADITON OF EXCELLENCE ATHLETICS In the last six years alone, the Portsmouth High Clippers have appeared in thirty-six (36) State Championships. Students who participate in extra-curricular activities typically perform better in school and reap the benefits in a number of interrelated areas - academic, social-emotional, prevention, health and wellness. It s a great time to be a Clipper! P age 6

7 GRADUATES: Acceptances for the Class of 212 Adelphi University Allegheny College American University Amherst College Arizona State University Ashland University Assumption College Auburn University Baldwin-Wallace College Bard College Barnard College Barry College Becker College Bentley College Boston College Bowdoin College Boston University Bridgewater State Brigham Young University Bryant University Castleton State University Champlain College Chester College Clarkson University Coastal Carolina University Colby-Sawyer College College Mount Saint Vincent College of the Holy Cross Colorado College Colorado Mountain College Colorado State University Columbia College Connecticut College Curry College Daemen College Dalhousie University Depauw University Dickinson College Dominican University Dowling University Drexel University East Carolina University Elmira College Emerson College Emmanuel College Endicott College Fordham University Fort Lewis College Franklin Pierce University Frostburg State University Gannon University Gordon College Goucher College Granite State College Great Bay Community College Green Mountain College Hampshire College Hartwick College High Point College Hobart & William Smith Hofstra University Iowa State University Ithaca College Johnson & Wales University Keene State College Lasell College Le Cordon Bleu College Lesley University Lewis & Clark College Lyndon State College Maine College of Art & Design Massachusetts Maritime Academy Montana State Univsersity Moravian College Muhlenberg College Nw England College NH Institute of Art Newbury College NH Technical Institute New York University Nichols College North Carolina Wesleyan College Northeastern University Northern Essex Community Oakland University Occidental College P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s CAREER, COLLEGE AND CITIZENSHIP READY Ohio Wesleyan University Oklahoma State University Pace University Penn State University Plymouth State University Pratt Institute Providence College Purdue University Quinnipiac University Rensselaer Polytehnic Institute Rivier College Rochester Institute of Tech Roger Williams University Rutgers State (NJ) Sacred Heart University Saint Anselm College Saint Joseph s College Saint Leo University Saint Michael s College Salem State University Salve Regina University San Francisco State University Santa Clara University Savannah College of Art School of Art, Chicago School of the Museum of Arts Sienna College Sierra Nevada College Simmons College Sonoma State Univserity Southern Maine C.C. Southern NH University St. Lawrence University St. Olaf College Stonehill College Stony Brook University Suffolk University Syracuse University American University of Paris Art Institute of Boston Catholic University East Carolina University The University of Iowa Thomas College Tufts University Union College University of CA, Los Angeles University of Colorado University of Connecticut University of Delaware University of Denver University of Evansville University of Hartford University of Illinois University of Maine University of Maryland University of Massachusetts University of Miami University of Montana University of New England University of New Hampshire University of New Haven University of NC, Charlotte University of Oregon University of Pittsburgh University of Rhode Island University of South Carolina University of Southern Maine University of Tampa University of Utah University of Vermont University of Wyoming Ursinus College Villanova University Wagner College Weber State College Wentworth Institute of Technology West Virginia University Westminster College Wheelock College Wittenburg University Worcester Polytechnic Institute P age 7

8 Dondero s Community Character Bulletin Board, located at the main entrance, the bulletin board aids students across grade levels in creating a common character language and vocabulary. The New Franklin Greening and Wellness Committees are teaming up to build a new vegetable garden in the Spring of 213. The additional growing space will provide ample room for students to learn about plant growth and development while yielding fresh edibles for our cafeteria. The Little Harbour Boys basketball team won the 212 Grade 5 Championship, while our girls team placed second. POINTS OF PRIDE The New Franklin Grade 5 Girls Basketball Team are the 213 Elementary League Champions. Go Bolts! The winner of the 212 Little Harbour Spelling Bee was Finn Garside. Finn, a fourth grader, won the bee by spelling disingenuous He competed against 18 other Little Harbour fourth and fifth graders and will be competing at the state spelling bee in Concord in March. MATH COUNTS is an after school activity that has been a part of the Middle School offerings for about twenty-eight years. The team, pictured above, participated in the Seacoast Regional Competition. to offset the cost of attending and competing in the state leadership competition. New Franklin s New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) scores in Reading and Mathematics have risen for the sixth consecutive year (91 and 86 percent proficient respectively). Ninety-eight percent of Little Harbour s fifth graders were proficient in Reading on the 212 NECAP, while ninety-five percent of fifth graders were proficient in Math. In February the first New Franklin Institute; an electrifying day of inquiry science investigations was held. Congratulations to 7th grader Stuart Johnson, winner of this year s School-wide National Geographic Geo Bee competition held on January 14 th, 213. Cheers to Merrit Dooley, this year s PMS Spelling Bee Champion. Ms. Barone s 7th grade science class won SW Cole s Engineering Contest. This is the 2nd year an entry from PMS has won. Little Harbour School students will be featured on NESN this season with an episode of Red Sox Small Talk. The Future Business Leaders of America have recently reorganized at Portsmouth High School with business teacher Tiffany D Amour as the advisor. These students have been actively fund raising PHS Interact Club's fundraising campaign to raise awareness and funds for The American Heart Association. Students at Dondero baked over 75 loaves of bread for Crossroads after learning how to bake bread with King Arthur Flour. P age 8

9 PORTSMOUTH SCHOOL BOARD SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Leslie Stevens, Chair (213) Tom Martin, Vice-Chair (213) Carol Chellman (213) Patrick Ellis (215) Kent LaPage (213) Dexter Legg (215) Mary Olea (215) Mitch Shuldman (213) Ann Walker (215) School Board Strategy & Goals PSD Student Achievement A school experience characterized by: Personalized Learning Robust Unified Arts Social, Emotional & Physical Wellness Career Or College Rigorous Core Curriculum Rich Exposure to Arts & Athletics Strong Information & Technology Literacy Citizenship Ready PSD 212/13 Goals: Year 4 implementation of our Professional Learning Communities (PLC); close the implementation gap Revise and align current curriculum to the Common Core, focused especially on increasing rigor and expectations in math in grades 6-12 Adopt K-12 curriculum frameworks in art, music, health/pe, technology and comprehensive guidance. Student Achievement Teacher Effectiveness Accountability Stewardship of Resources Narrative: The board and administration is implementing a focused strategy on developing the best teaching staff and aligning resources to raise and sustain student achievement. From Left to Right: Mary Olea Leslie Stevens Tom Martin Mitchell Shuldman Patrick Ellis Ann Walker Kent LaPage Not Present: Dexter Legg Carol Chellman Narrative: The purpose of our schools is to educate all students by challenging them to become thinking, responsible, contributing citizens who continue to learn throughout their lives. Teacher Effectiveness & Accountability Hire the Best Talent Enable Career Pathways Professional Development Professional Learning Communities Teacher Induction Compensation & Benefits Summer Institute Building: Community Collaboration Learning Experimentation Feedback Trust PSD 212/13 Goals: Complete Year 2 peer and administrative supervision and evaluation cycle; review and study ways to strengthen process aligned with NH DOE model. Finalize a three year scope and sequence induction model to develop effective teachers. Invest in teacher quality by developing a robust, in-house, professional development system including a summer institute. Narrative: We re building a systematic approach to attract, induct and develop a world-class teaching staff where innovation and collaboration are part of a continuous improvement culture. Stewardship of Resources Financial Management Budget Transparency Operational Efficiencies Communication Facilities (linked to strategic priorities) Sustainability Planning PSD 212/13 Goals: Evaluate Virtual Desktop Interface (VDI) infrastructure and develop plans to bring it to scale districtwide. Launch Phase II of K-5 Elementary Facilities Committee in Spring 213 Update and analyze the district s performance metrics and cohort comparison. Communicate core priorities; focus on results. Narrative: Plan, implement and direct resources to meet strategic priorities through sound fiscal management, budgetary transparency and operational efficiencies which are sustainable and educationally minded. P age 9

10 Percent Proficient or Above Percent Proficient or Above Percent Proficient or Above Percent Proficient or Above Percent Proficient or Above Percent Proficient or Above STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA NEW ENGLAND COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (NECAP) We are again pleased overall with the performance of our students on the NECAP assessment and attribute gains to the focused work of our teachers and staff to improve student learning. Although the NECAP is only one measure of student learning, we see improvement in student results in the area of middle and high school mathematics as it was a focus area identified in our results last year. We continue to align the math curriculum more closely with the new Common Core State Standards and have been developing additional strategies and systems of intervention for students Elementary Reading 212 Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 Middle School NECAP Reading 212 NH Portsmouth Elementary Math 212 Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 Middle School NECAP Math 212 NH Portsmouth We continue to see strong performance relative to the state in reading at all levels with sustained improvement at the elementary and middle school levels. Writing was another area of focus for us, especially at the elementary level last year, and we see the student results bear out the impact that has had on student learning. Across all elementary schools, we went from 61% proficient to 67%, as compared to the 58% proficiency for the state Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 NH Portsmouth Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 NH Portsmouth Our areas of focus going forward will be to continue our work at aligning curriculum and transitioning to the new Smarter Balance Assessment in the Spring of 215. Next fall will be the last NECAP students take in reading, math and writing. This spring, we will be instituting an additional assessment measure for all students at the high school level, as it is particularly important at that level to look at additional measures beyond just NECAP to measure student success High School 11th Grade NECAP Reading NH Portsmouth High School 11th Grade NECAP Math NH Portsmouth Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 P age 1

11 Percent Proficient or Above Percent Proficient or Above Percent Proficient or Above P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s Elementary NECAP 5th Grade Writing Middle School 8th Grade NECAP Writing END OF YEAR DEVELOPMENTAL READING ASSESMENT (DRA) PERCENT AT/ABOVE BENCHMARK Portsmouth NH 4 NH Portsmouth Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 6 High School 11th Grade NECAP Writing MULTIPLE ASSESSMENT MEASURES Fall 5 Fall 6 Fall 7 Fall 8 Fall 9 Fall 1 Fall 11 Fall 12 Cohort Reading NH Portsmouth The district has long used a number of assessment measures to have a fuller picture of student achievement. The Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) is used K-5 to determine if a child is on track as a reader. The table to the right shows over time greater numbers of students are at or above benchmark. Two years ago, PMS moved to using a computer adaptive test known as NWEA. Given a 211 Fall baseline, this assessment tracks those who make expected or typical growth over the year and who are at or above the national median when tested in the Spring of Cohort Math PORTSMOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL NWEA DATA Fall 211 Spring 212 Results READING Grade Pupil # % Growth % Median 6th % 73% 7th % 72.5% 8 8 MATH Portsmouth Cohort Average NH Average 6 5 Portsmouth Cohort Average NH Average Grade Pupil # % Growth % Median 6th % 7.4% 7th % 59.9% Percent of students who met their typical growth target for the year and percent at or above grade level median P age 11

12 POST SECONDARY PLANS yr colleges 2 yr colleges Other Educational Programs Military Employment PORTSMOUTH HIGH OUTPUT MEASURES Beyond 11th grade NECAP scores, the high school has focused on providing every student an appropriate support structure, or personalized environment in an effort to increase the graduation rate and lower our drop-out rate. In sum, the drop-out rate is low, more students take the SAT, more students take AP courses, and more than 8% continue their education upon graduation ANNUAL DROP OUT RATE PHS State CLASS OF 211 COHORT GRADUATION ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES Year # of AP Courses # of Pupils Enrolled # taking AP Exam % scoring 3 or higher % % % % % % CLASS OF 211 COHORT DROPOUT RATE SAT PERCENTAGE TAKING SAT S Critical Reading Year of Graduation P age 12

13 P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s HISTORICAL AND PROJECTED ENROLLMENTS K THROUGH 5 ENROLLMENT HISTORICAL AND PROJECTED ENROLLMENTS November 212 Enrollment Grade NFS DO LHS TOTAL K 46 / 3 15: / 2 18: / 3 16: / 3 16: / 2 2: / 3 17:1 Total FTE 51 / 3 17:1 58 / 3 19:1 5 / 3 16:1 51 / 3 17:1 33/ 2 17:1 57 / 3 19: FTE 61 / 4 15:1 7 /5 14:1 88 / 5 18:1 95 / 5 19:1 89 / 5 18:1 83 / 4 21 : FTE 158 / 1 16:1 164 /1 16:1 186 /11 17:1 192 / 1 19:1 161/9 18:1 192/1 19:1 1,53 61 FTE S:T 16:1 18:1 17:1 18:1 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BIRTHS AND K PUPILS Anticipated Enrollment Grade NFS DO LHS TOTAL (NESDEC) K? / 3?: / 3 15: / 2 18: / 3 16: / 3 16: / 2 2:1 Total FTE?/ 3?:1 51 / 3 17:1 58 / 3 19:1 5 / 3 16:1 51 / 3 17:1 33/ 2 17: FTE? / 4?/1 61 / 4 15:1 7 /4 18:1 88 / 5 18:1 95 / 5 19:1 89 / 5 18: FTE 172 / 1 17:1 158 / 1 16:1 164 /1 16:1 186 /11 17:1 192 / 1 19:1 161/9 18:1 1,23+ 6 FTE S:T 16:1 18:1 17:1 17:1 172 K pupils in FY14 ENROLLMENT Pupils expected to decrease for 2nd year, K-5, to 1,45. Class sizes K-5 remain at 2 or less. Enrollment bubble working its way to PMS (535 in 14) K, based on birth data, expected to be up slightly in FY 14. PHS stable enrollment at 1,93. 7 FY 14 FY PMS HISTORICAL AND PROJECTED ENROLLMENTS Year K Total P age 13

14 Birth Year Births School Year Enrollment Projections By Grade* PK K UNGR K-12 PK (prov.) (prov.) (est.) (est.) (est.) (est.) (est.) (est.) *Projections should be updated on an annual basis. Based on an estimate of births Based on children already born Based on students already enrolled P age 14

15 P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s SPECIAL EDUCATION Two years ago, the School Department reorganized our central office structure and consolidated roles. We combined the Director of Special Education and Title I Services Director into a singular position known as the Director of Pupil Instruction and Support. Last year, we moved the Portsmouth Early Education Program, PEEP, from Community Campus to Dondero Elementary School. We still operate our Pre- K program in partnership with Community Child Care. The pie charts to the right show the numbers of students and disability type for the current school year. The table below illustrates the number and percentage of students receiving specially designed instruction in district over the past eight (8) years. In light of declining tuition revenue, Lister Academy will have three (3) fewer staff next year, but will transition to a competency-based, thematic option for students. RLA serves as a cost-effective way to meet the needs of students who require an alternative setting for success. School Year # of SPED Pupils % of Total Pupils % % % % % % % % Identified Students (Total 43 as of 1/1/12) New Franklin 35 Students Identified Students by Disability (Total 43 as of 1/1/12) 172 Specific Learning Disability Little Harbour 36 Students Dondero 36 Students Middle School 81 Students 46 Speech/Language Disability PEEP/Headstart 22 Students 2 Traumatic Brain Injury 19 Emotional Disturbance SAU #5 63 Students Lister Academy 14 students Tuition- In 2 Students 34 Developmental Delay 19 Autism Out of District Placed 11 Students High School 13 Students 4 Hearing Impairment 2 Intellectual Disability 1 Other Health Impairment 4 Multiple Disabilities 1 Vision Impairment P age 15

16 INPUT MEASURES: BENCHMARKING AGAINST A PEER COHORT GROUP For the past three years, the Portsmouth School Board has set a goal to track and report district performance against a peer cohort group. The cohort group was established by finding school districts with similar enrollments, grade configurations and poverty levels. Admittedly, the governance structures are variable, but the districts selected are Governor Wentworth, Merrimack Valley and Contoocook. The School Board also wanted to measure performance against a top performer and selected Oyster River as an additional comparison point. The data includes per pupil spending, teacher degree attainment, teacher salary, student teacher ratios, and average class size. Ideally, the metrics help us look beyond our district to ensure we are performing at a level commensurate with our resources. PER PUPIL COSTS DISTRICT ENROLLMENTS CCV GW MV OR Portsmouth PROPERTY TAX RATES DISTRICT Portsmouth $17.9 $17.41 $17.27 Gov. Went. $12.1 $12.29 $13.28 Merr. Valley $2.62 $2.67 $21.46 Cont. Valley $21.69 $22.2 $23.34 Oyster River $25.88 $26.25 $28.1 SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS FREE & REDUCED LUNCH ELIGIBILITY District FY9 FY1 FY11 FY12 Portsmouth 2.73% 22.35% 23.44% 23.8% Gov. Wentworth 29.7% 33.18% 33.3% 33.5% Merrimack Valley 2.8% 26.7% 26.74% 26.26% Contoocook 21.1% 25.33% % Oyster River 6.3% 5.59% 5.23% 7.15% 1 YEARS AGO Expenses of General Control $.77 $.74 Expenses of Instruction $24.1 $23.75 Expenses of Operation of Plant $ 3.97 $ 4.8 Maintenance of Plant $ 1.42 $ 1.1 Outlays of New Equipment $.11 $.64 TOTAL $3.28 $3.31 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS Concord $4.53 $4.52 Somersworth $39.56 Dover $37.76 Rochester $26.9 Keene $27.36 Teacher Salaries: Teachers at the high school earned more than those teaching at the elementary school level. Of the fourteen teachers at the high school, four earned more than $1,. 27 of the 41 elementary school teachers earned salaries of $65 or more. P age 16

17 P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s COHORT METRICS Trend lines as measured against our cohort group suggest a high-performing district that continues to achieve more efficiencies. In places where you would want to see us at the top, such as teacher degree attainment and teacher salary, we lead the cohort. Data also reveals that our teacher ratio has modestly increased and our average class size in FY12 is at the target we have been trying to achieve. These metrics illustrate that we are providing our children a high quality education while managing the taxpayer s dollars as effectively as possible. AVERAGE CLASS SIZE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Grades 1 & 2 Grades 3 & 4 Grades 5 to 8 Portsmouth FY FY FY Gov. Went. FY FY FY Merr. Val. FY FY FY Contoocook FY FY FY Oyster River FY FY FY YEARS AGO In 1914, Mayor Harry B. Yeaton served as the exofficio Chairman of the twelve (12) member school board. The School Board held its meetings at City Hall on the first Tuesday of the month,7:3 pm, with the exception of the month of August. There were ten (1) standing committees: Textbooks, Salaries, Examination of Teachers, Purchases, Truancy, Drawing, Music, Training School Finance and Schoolhouses. TEACHER DEGREE ATTAINMENT CCV GW MV OR Portsmouth AVERAGE TEACHER SALARY AND ENTRY LEVEL AVG Starting Salary w/ba Portsmouth FY1 $56,737 $35,474 FY11 $59,995 $36,474 FY12 $62,76 $37,816 Gov. Went. FY1 $53,253 $35, FY11 $55,477 $35, FY12 $54,561 $35, Merr. Valley FY1 $49,64 $32,9 FY11 $48,68 $32,794 FY12 $5,431 $33,777 Contoocook FY1 $44,46 $31,821 FY11 $45,245 $31,821 FY12 $49,873 $32,725 Oyster Riv. FY1 $62,199 $36,155 FY11 $63,8 $36,878 FY12 $62,936 $37,62 % >MA % MA %BA PUPIL - TEACHER RATIOS Pupils Total Teacher Ratio Portsmouth FY1 2, FY11 2, FY12 2, Gov. Went. FY1 2, FY11 2, FY12 2, Merr. Val FY1 2, FY11 2, FY12 2, Contoocook FY1 2, FY11 2, FY12 2, Oyster Riv FY1 1, FY11 1, FY12 1, SUPERINTENDENT SALARIES Portsmouth $133,645 $136,893 $136,893 Gov. Wentworth $134,955 $134,955 $141,763 Merrimack Valley $7.35hr $7.35hr $77.35hr Contoocook $153,66 $157,658 $162,388 Oyster River $131,435 $125, * $145,5 (*interim) SEACOAST AREA AVERAGE TEACHER SALARIES Community Average Average Stratham $73,58 $73,49 Seabrook $64,899 $62,875 Exeter Coop $64,97 $64,67 North Hampton $61,532 $61,232 New Castle $61,186 $65,937 Hampton Falls $59,874 $61,969 Greenland $57,587 $57,99 P age 17

18 EDUCATIONAL PLANNING TEACHER QUALITY & EFFECTIVENESS The single most important determinant of a quality educational system is the quality of its teaching corps. The district is committed to attracting, developing and retaining only the very best teachers. The District has implemented a new hiring protocol to ensure we hire only the best talent and has established a three year induction model to develop effective teachers. The district welcomed twenty four new teachers this year, more than half with two years or less experience. ROBUST, IN-HOUSE, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL The district is building a systematic approach to develop a world-class teaching staff where innovation and collaboration are part of a continuous improvement culture. This summer, the district will offer its own week long summer institute where teachers will choose from a number of areas to improve his/her practice. This spring, twenty-five staff, (25) including eight (8) Year # 2 teachers, are taking an internal course that allows teachers to translate current research findings in effective classroom strategies and activities. STEWARDSHIP OF RESOURCES The district has initiated a process to select a firm to provide energy efficiency and renewable energy consultation to achieve a more sustainable school department. The high school's Eco Club has already begun the process to bring solar panels to PHS and fundraising is underway. The club needs at least $5,. to launch its effort. When this goal is met, installation of solar panels will begin. The ECO club hopes installation will begin on Earth Day (April 22nd) 213. The Club is asking for $5. donations, the equivalent of one cell of a solar panel. Individuals who purchase a panel for $3. will receive recognition, as their names will be placed on the panel! STRENGTHENING OUR SHARED VISION FOR THE PORTSMOUTH SCHOOLS Periodically, throughout the year, members of the School Board, namely, Dexter Legg, Ann Walker, Leslie Stevens and Tom Martin have hosted dinner meetings with members of the Association of Portsmouth Teachers to have conversations about how to best improve the district. The group has reached common ground on a set of values and beliefs. For example, world class teachers are critical to our success; we value community, commitment and collaboration. The group has discussed effective teaching and asked what processes would institutionalize great performance? These conversations have set the stage for not only contract negotiations slated for next year, but for moving from our current reality to an even stronger school system where all of our children are successful. P age 18

19 P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s EDUCATIONAL PLANNING FACILITIES Portsmouth Middle School opened its doors this fall to 7th and 8th graders who occupy the new addition. The school also enjoys the new Connie Bean area which provides two gym spaces for school use during the instructional day. Renovation of the 193 s building will be delayed until this summer. This fall, 6th graders and unified arts programming will move to this space and the entire project is expected to be complete in December 213. TECHNOLOGY Technology continues to be a major priority for the Portsmouth School Department. Our investments in the network infrastructure have included expanding our network bandwidth from 2Mbps to 1 Mbps over the last year as well as a phasing in of 1% wireless access capabilities in every school. These improvements have helped enable a more technology-rich learning environment and more effective use of various mobile devices. In our middle school, we have shifted our resources to support a virtual desktop interface (VDI), which means teachers and students can have 24/7 access to their school desktop anywhere from any device. This capability is beginning to expand our classrooms beyond the school day and school campus. This year teachers will be piloting projects that both enable student access at home as well as allow student use of personal devices in school on specific classroom projects. We have also formed a task force to design a more robust online learning component for all students at Portsmouth High School. This group is researching various learning management systems, which are online platforms designed to engage students in learning content beyond the classroom. As we expand the ways in which students learn, we expect to be able to continue to improve our ability to meet the individual learning needs of all students. COMMON CORE STANDARDS Over the last year we have been working in grades K-12 examining and putting into practice the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). These standards in Mathematics and English Language Arts have been adopted by 45 states and represent a shift to a narrower and deeper curriculum that builds from grade level to grade level to prepare ALL students to be college and career ready. We have found that the new standards align well with our existing expectations for students and feel we are well positioned to make this shift. One of the shifts we have made already is to better align our local assessments with the grade level expectations in the CCSS. In the spring of 215, the state will transition from the NECAP assessment to the Smarter Balanced Assessment and we are working to be ahead of the curve in making that transition. Teachers have spent a great deal of time during our planned delayed openings and in-service days doing this important work. P age 19

20 PORTSMOUTH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT GENERAL FUND DETAIL COMPARISON AND INDEX 212/13 213/14 Cost Center - Budget Total Budget Salaries Benefits Operating Positions Total Proposed Budget FTE Salaries Benefits Operating Positions FTE Benefits Budgets 7,84,952 7,84,952. 7,141,635 7,141,635. School Instruction & Operations 12 DONDERO 1,823,898 1,518,49 265,554 4, ,93,13 1,577,67 312,111 4, LITTLE HARBOUR 2,619,933 2,151,42 49,23 59, ,794,871 2,245, ,772 59, NEW FRANKLIN 1,777,234 1,479, ,531 36, ,896,22 1,548,61 311,911 36, MIDDLE SCHOOL 3,65,256 2,52,36 459,36 85, ,27,482 2,58, ,267 88, SENIOR HIGH 6,63,754 5,453, , , ,935,428 5,64,4 1,164,11 167, Total Schools 15,917,75 13,122,277 2,384,658 41, ,763,996 13,555,219 2,816, , Other Instruction Budgets 11 ART 646, ,69 94,676 51, , , ,177 51, MUSIC 5,372 44,39 76,565 19, ,264 46,614 88,683 19, PHYSICAL EDUCATION 711, ,36 111,35 12, , , ,52 12, INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 178,59 117,912 22,344 38, , ,416 26,45 36, TECHNICAL CAREERS 954, , ,113 57, ,94, , ,561 57, ATHLETICS 618, ,483 49,56 32, ,29 267,491 56,959 32, DRAMA 27,366 1,68 1,98 15,39. 25,154 1,68 2,196 12, K-12 COMPUTER 332, ,787 4,259 76, , ,582 48,321 12, HEALTH INSTRUCTION 185, ,812 28,958 4, , ,18 34,682 4, Total Other Instruction 4,156,18 3,9,27 567, , ,398,485 3,194, ,126 51, Instruction Support Budgets 13 ENRICHMENT 11,785 3, , ,896 3, , DISTRICT-WIDE ASSESSMENT 1,695 1,695. 1,695 1, MATHMATICS ELEMENTARY 39,545 39, ,545 39, HEALTH 468, ,536 73,627 6, ,341 42,777 85,85 6, LIBRARY ELEMENTARY 37, ,612 42,771 33, , ,785 52,859 33, MEDIA SERVICES 8,517 55,73 9,163 15, ,25 57,84 1,515 15, SYSTEM - WIDE PSYCHOLOGIST 54,226 37,34 7,18 1, ,341 37,9 8,266 1, INTERDISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM 19,99 19,99. 19,99 19, READING 738, , ,87 28, ,78 65, ,18 39, PUPIL ENTITLEMENT 3,525 3,525. 3,525 3,525. Total Instructional Support 1,734,957 1,313, ,43 175, ,833,958 1,357,157 29,41 186,4 2.1 P age 2

21 P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s PORTSMOUTH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT GENERAL FUND DETAIL COMPARISON AND INDEX 212/13 213/14 Cost Center - Budget Total Budget Salaries Benefits Operating Positions Total Proposed Budget Salaries Benefits Operating Positions FTE Special Education Budgets 15 PEEP 317, ,21 45,45 7, , ,629 5,32 7, SPED/ ELEMENTARY 984, , ,694 2, ,43 741,731 13,444 17, SPED/ MIDDLE SCHOOL 59,87 499,775 84,969 5, , ,111 17,54 5, SPED/HIGH SCHOOL 647,13 535,675 1,66 1, , , ,835 1, SPEECH 459, ,262 72,628 4, , ,57 95,22 4, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 169,985 14,37 26,588 3, ,93 143,513 31,3 3, ESL 171, ,669 24,988 1, , ,877 22,815 1, ADAPTIVE SERVICES 19,968 15, 2,468 2,5. 2,263 15, 2,763 2, OUT OF DISTRICT TUITION 1,594,549 1,594,549. 1,556,793 1,556,793. Total Special Instruction 4,955,188 2,811, ,393 1,65, ,17,359 2,843,16 564,895 1,69, System Support Budgets 17 CENTRAL OFFICE 956,699 72,3 115, , ,1, , ,51 173, SCHOOL BOARD 33,815 17, 1,565 15,25. 35,124 17, 1,624 16, RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT 3,823 3,823. 3,823 3, ADULT EDUCATION 8,612 8, TECHNOLOGY PLAN 584,41 296,893 48, , ,34 32,485 59,33 285, DATA PROCESSING 14,384 55,674 9,158 39, ,399 64,49 11,798 39, LARGE EQUIPMENT 41,561 41, ,393 42, TRAVEL IN DISTRICT 31,938 5,341 26, ,71 5,679 28, WELLNESS 2,146 2,146. 2,146 2, INSURANCE 16,824 16, ,812 18, TELEPHONE 43,2 43,2. 45,2 45, ATHLETIC FIELDS 56,758 56, ,758 56, MAINTENANCE 661, ,412 34, , , ,72 4, , ENERGY 1,11,261 1,11,261. 1,71,551 1,71, PUPIL TRANSPORTATION 87,21 87,21. 89,491 89,491. Total System Support 4,453,96 1,292, ,61 2,946, ,665,523 1,32, ,112 3,98, ,32,26 21,548,337 1,992,641 5,761, ,82,958 22,27,34 11,753,341 5,797, INCREASE OVER 213 1,518, ,967 76,71 36,28 (.46) 3.965% 3.4% 6.9%.6% P age 21

22 PROPOSED FY14 BUDGET This year, the City Council set a guideline that each department submit a budget at no higher than 4%. On February 12, 214, the School Board adopted a budget that meets the Council target. The ability to meet budgetmaker requests and come in below the 4% ceiling is attributable to three (3) key factors: 1: FY14 represents the second year of an agreement with teachers to forego STEP and COLA increases until midway through the next contract year. 2: The Local Government Center will return $3, in surplus to the school department in August, 213; we are able to use this surplus to lower our health care costs in FY14. 3: Over recent years, we have achieved a number of efficiencies, at central office, in concert with the city, and through retirement incentives. The downshifting of retirement costs continues to impact our budget. Absent this shift, the proposed budget increase would be less that 2.5%. SCHOOL DEPARTMENT FY12 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY14 DEPARTMENT CITY MANAGER BUDGET ACTUAL BUDGET REQUEST RECOMMENDS TEACHERS 16,234,15 16,154,383 16,847,94 17,439,136 17,439,136 SALARIES 3,766,483 3,876,151 3,97,38 4,48,54 4,48,54 PART-TIME SALARIES 717, ,388 77, , ,727 SCHOOL BOARD STIPENDS 14, 11,15 14, 14, 14, OVERTIME 69,778 82,324 69,778 68,936 68,936 RETIREMENT 2,22,842 2,168,176 2,312,246 2,953,439 2,953,439 HEALTH INSURANCE 5,648,665 5,648,665 5,648,665 5,693,234 5,693,234 DENTAL INSURANCE 397, , , ,57 346,57 LEAVE AT TERMINATION 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, WORKERS' COMPENSATION 18,344 18,334 1,657 19,67 19,67 LIFE AND DISABILITY 2, ,264 2,139 2,139 2,139 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2,8 198,925 25,8 25,8 25,8 OTHER BENEFITS 1,669,653 1,596,96 1,739,558 1,81,322 1,81,322 Contractual Obligations 31,629,212 31,544,883 32,538,941 34,23,641 34,23,641 TUITION 981,56 1,193,218 1,131,549 1,54,966 1,54,966 TRANSPORTATION 856, , , , ,581 CONTRACTED SERVICES 914,454 1,4, ,99 931, ,239 ADVERTISING 5,748 1,797 4,6 2,775 2,775 PRINTING 27,48 16,271 2,1 18,39 18,39 UTILITIES 963,9 797, ,559 1,27,455 1,27,455 REPAIR/MAINTENANCE 357,81 49,746 35, , ,167 STUDENT BOOKS / PERIODICALS 212, ,96 213, , ,962 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION DUES 35,15 24,535 34,895 34,82 34,82 OTHER OPERATING 1,224,945 1,127,576 1,222,89 1,188,781 1,188,781 Other Operating 5,577,372 5,66,14 5,763,319 5,797,317 5,797,317 TOTAL 37,26,584 37,25,22 38,32,26 39,82,958 39,82,958 P age 22

23 P o r t s m o u t h s c h o o l s IMPACT OF RETIREMENT DOWNSHIFTING One of the key drivers in this year s budget remains the impact of the New Hampshire Retirement System (NHRS), a cost beyond our control. If employer rates had remained stable, the proposed budget increase for FY 14 would be approximately 2.5%. The table below illustrates the impact of downshifting by the New Hampshire State Retirement System over the past five (5) years. In FY 9, the State shared thirty-five percent (35%) of employer costs. In FY 1, the State decreased its contribution to thirty percent (3%) and reduced it to twenty-five percent (25%) in FY 11. Since FY 12, local districts pay 1% of retirement costs. For FY 14, NHRS actuaries have lowered the expected rate of return from 8.5% to 7.75% which has triggered a corresponding increase for the rate employers must pay. In the case of teachers, the employer rate goes from 11.3% to 14.16%. The local employer cost in FY 9 was $1,233,379 and in FY 14 will rise to $2,953,439. FY 214 IMPACT IMPORTANT DATES Saturday, April 6th City Council Workshop on Budget Wednesday, April 1th City Council Public Hearing on Budget Monday, May 6th City Council Adoption of Budget CLASS OF 1914 GRADUATION The exercises of graduation of the class of 1914 were held in the Music Hall on Thursday, June 18. The following was the program: INVOCATION - Rev. Harold Morrill Folson SINGING - Nightingale and Rose Carl Lehnert PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT - Wilfred Perley Hewitt ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT - Rev. Lucius Thayer, For High School Committee SINGING - Morning Ramble Veazie ADRESS TO THE GRADUATES - The Art of Living - Rev. Edward Cummings, Boston, MA PRESENTATION OF HAVEN MEDALS - Mr. Charles E. Hodgdon, For High School Committee CONFERRING OF DIPLOMAS - His Honor, Harry Brooks Yeaton SINGING OF CLASS ODE - Class of 1914 P age 23

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