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No New Taxes

Piqua, OH

#26003 Jul 23, 2013
More Good News from www.springboro.org
BOARD APPROVES AGREEMENT WITH TEACHERS AND UNPRECEDENTED 15 PERCENT ROLLBACK ON NOVEMBER RENEWAL
The Springboro Community City Schools Board of Education (BOE) voted unanimously in favor of a new agreement with the Springboro Education Association (SEA) at its board meeting on July 16. The announcement comes less than a week after the BOE approved a new agreement with the Springboro Classified Employees Association (SCEA).
“This is outstanding news for our employees, taxpayers and students and their families,” said Kohls.“We have an agreement we can afford and that will make our school district more competitive. We will be able to retain our best teachers and attract new top-notch teaching staff.”
According to Kohls, one of the main reasons the BOE voted unanimously was the board’s agreement that a 15% rollback on the $9.2 million renewal levy scheduled for November will be instituted. That means the renewal levy will not only add no new taxes for residents, it will result in a reduction in taxes.“If the levy passes in November, we will be able to move forward without any type of levy for some time to come,” Kohls confirmed.“By reducing the renewal levy, we are helping our community during challenging economic times while underscoring the need for this levy to pass.”
“When we projected our agreements with the SEA and SCEA, we found we will have a $7.2 million carryover in 2017,” said Kohls.“The community should be aware that our five-year forecast considers all aspects of funding and revenue streams as well as anticipated expenses.”
-continued
No New Taxes

Piqua, OH

#26004 Jul 23, 2013
More good news - continued..

According to Kohls, the BOE transformed the school district into a district with a projected surplus.“This was accomplished while the BOE improved bussing, added technology, purchased needed textbooks and invested in capital improvements in buildings and grounds. It could not have been accomplished without outstanding financial planning and management by the board, administration and staff.”
The highlights of the two-year agreement with the SEA include:
• 80/20 healthcare insurance with employees paying 20%, and school district paying 80%
• 2% raise on base pay for both years one and two
• Step raises for two years
• Establishing a committee to put an equitable performance pay system in place
In comparison, the four-year agreement with the SCEA includes these provisions:
• Step raises for three years
•$1,000 annual stipend for three years
• 80/20 healthcare insurance with employees paying 20%, and school district paying 80%
In May 2013, the BOE prepared a five-year forecast with reasonable assumptions. This May forecast indicated a carryover or surplus of $7.55 million in 2017. The five-year forecast, after the approval of both union agreements, shows a carryover of $7.2 million in 2017. This surplus, along with the projected additional funding emanating from the governor’s budget bill that will start to be realized this month, encouraged the BOE to consider a reduction in the renewal levy.
The Springboro treasurer has been informed that the district will receive 6.5% more in 2013-14 than in 2012-13, an increase of approximately $828,000 as well as 10.5% more in 2014-15, an increase of approximately $1.2 million.
Since the start of the 2012-13 school year, the school district has begun to receive $3.5 million per year as a result of a pipeline that has been completed. It is possible that a second pipeline will be completed during the 2015-16 school year. While the BOE believes this second pipeline will become a reality, its current five-year forecast does not include the additional funding it may bring to the district.
“As the Springboro BOE looks into the future, we continue our commitment to working with a zero-based budget, which we call our ‘Children First Budget’,” said Kohls.“We found no reason to ask the community for more funding than we need. The board has been fiscally prudent. We have a generous community that has felt the pain of plummeting property values, lost income and financial insecurity. We want an excellent school district to help keep property values high and draw people to live in Springboro.”
Kohls continued,“Even with the rolled-back renewal levy in November, we do not forecast the need for additional taxes for years to come. This will be accomplished because the BOE and administration will continue to apply innovative financial management principles and maintain a dedication to our Children First Budget.”
“The board is pleased with the agreements with our teachers and non-teaching staff,” Kohls said,“We can walk into the future both unified and strong. It helps to have received additional funding from the state and from the pipelines that are being constructed in Springboro.” She continued,“We have an agreement in place that will provide a surplus in 2017, and that is something our community will appreciate.”
Kohls concluded,“The Springboro School District continues to provide a quality education. For eight years it has been honored as “excellent with distinction” by the Ohio Department of Education. We thank our parents, students, community, teachers, administrators and non-teaching staff for these achievements. We look forward to continued excellence in the future.”
No New Taxes

Piqua, OH

#26005 Jul 23, 2013
More Good News from www.springboro.org

A quality 21st century classroom education for our children, while living within our means...that's just the level of professional educators service from Dr. Kelly Kohls that Springboro families have grown to love and appreciate....and we're looking forward to four more years! We Love Kelly!
jack frost

Girard, OH

#26006 Jul 23, 2013
Just Keeping It Simple wrote:
<quoted text>
No More Dough for Malone's status quo
You're a poet
and don't realize it
Old News

Dayton, OH

#26007 Jul 23, 2013
No Doubt wrote:
<quoted text>
It does become easier to see why Doug Weidemann and Kelly Kohls are such good friends, as the public record shows that neither has the common core competency of balancing their checkbook and paying their bills on time. And these people want to be leaders in our community? Shouldn't their own house be in order first??
Good god, is this what you have to talk about because you can't refute the facts from the messengers? Try to stay on topic and away form the politics of petty personal destruction. I'm curious as to why when folks on the BOE such as Craig Colston, Scott Anderson, Tim Detwiller, and Gentry Ellis just to mention a few recents..all with a multitude of bankruptcies, foreclosures, failure to pay taxes, leins, judgments against them etc.

The nattering naybobs all stood up and applauded these people when they spoke out against responsible spending.

Why were you not pointing out their unfortunate circumstances in a similar petty manner?
Old News

Dayton, OH

#26008 Jul 23, 2013
Can someone, anyone, PLEASE let me know what Kelly Kohls has done as a BOE member that is so darn awful for our district? And please try to be specific.

I say the results speak for themselves.
O the insatiable greed

Girard, OH

#26009 Jul 23, 2013
Here's the latest NFSS diatribe. The NFSS philosophy as outlined below has everything to do with creating a list of percieved needs and then immediately issuing a demand that they be filled. Obviously they've conveniently chosen to ignore the fact that after the 15% rollback, Springboro will continue to operate in the black WITHOUT factoring in a revenue increase from Rockies Express.

__________

NFSS:

"The proposed five-year renewal levy reduction amounts to betting on big money: The Rockies Express Pipeline running through Springboro Schools property has been generating $3.5 million/year in state tax revenue for our district since 2011/12 and is undoubtedly a windfall. A company called APEX is currently building another pipeline across Ohio, which could start producing revenue for Springboro Schools as early as 2016. But projected revenues must be balanced against expenses and the financial forecast used to justify the reduction is missing a major one: Nothing – 0%– is budgeted for salary and benefit increases for teachers after their current contract expires in two years, nor for classified staff (custodians, bus drivers, etc.) after theirs expires in three. No increases at all, now or later in the forecast, are included for exempt staff (administrators and central office employees). Since salaries and benefits make up such a major part of the school budget, even a minimal increase adds up to millions of dollars; the modest two- and three-year increases granted in the recent settlement are projected to cost the district at least $7.5 million over the next four years. Ask your Board of Education: Why put Springboro Schools in another potential strike situation just two years from now by not taking future increases into account? Why reach for a tax cut rather than presume reasonable pay for the people behind our school district’s strength?? Salaries and benefits are not the only expense that may be under-budgeted: Replacing the worn-out high school football field turf (estimated price tag:$400,000) and accommodating Springboro’s infamous student population “bubble”– which means that 200 additional students will be passing through our high school in two years, where it costs more to educate them because of the need for specialized teachers, more advanced materials and so forth – are also missing from the forecast."
fallacy alert

Girard, OH

#26010 Jul 23, 2013
No Doubt wrote:
<quoted text>
It does become easier to see why Doug Weidemann and Kelly Kohls are such good friends, as the public record shows that neither has the common core competency of balancing their checkbook and paying their bills on time. And these people want to be leaders in our community? Shouldn't their own house be in order first??
Your logical fallacy is:

AD HOMINEM

You attacked your opponent's character or personal traits in an attempt to undermine their argument.
OK lets cut to the chase

Girard, OH

#26011 Jul 23, 2013
Old News wrote:
<quoted text>
Good god, is this what you have to talk about because you can't refute the facts from the messengers? Try to stay on topic and away form the politics of petty personal destruction. I'm curious as to why when folks on the BOE such as Craig Colston, Scott Anderson, Tim Detwiller, and Gentry Ellis just to mention a few recents..all with a multitude of bankruptcies, foreclosures, failure to pay taxes, leins, judgments against them etc.
The nattering naybobs all stood up and applauded these people when they spoke out against responsible spending.
Why were you not pointing out their unfortunate circumstances in a similar petty manner?
You know this isn't just about bankruptcy. A lot of these NFSS moms despise Kohls because of her strong Tea Party ties. Among other conservative issues The Tea Party has always been steadfast against gun control and abortion. NFSS moms tend to speak out against guns and be pro-choice. I'll bet a dollars to each of your dimes that at least one handgun can be found in over half of the NFSS homes, and over a quarter of the NFSS moms have in the past agreed to an abortion.
Past Forecasts

Lebanon, OH

#26012 Jul 23, 2013
Anybody look at the past forecasts from 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and see how those forecasts turned out? They are all on line at springboro.org , go to departments, go to treasurers department, go to five year forecasts. You can tell when they really wanted to gin up support for the levy campaigns in the schools, the books were bloody with red ink and sky high expenditures. It turns out that we did not need all that money. Look for yourself before your panties get a twisted for no good reason.
Stay Focused

Piqua, OH

#26013 Jul 23, 2013
No New Taxes wrote:
More Good News from www.springboro.org
A quality 21st century classroom education for our children, while living within our means...that's just the level of professional educators service from Dr. Kelly Kohls that Springboro families have grown to love and appreciate....and we're looking forward to four more years! We Love Kelly!
Let's continue getting the good news out to our friends and neighbors that Children First Budgeting Works! And Kelly Kohls is a highly popular and successful elected official. Kelly has accomplished more in her first term of office, as board representative, than her political opposition has done since "in the beginnng" of that 1983 creationism of that false "state religion of collective bargaining power to the Union." Most of the persecution of Sprngboro parent, Kelly Kohls, has sprung from the roots of OEA false indoctrination of "collective rights" of the Teachers Union to undermine the true worth of human dignity; by putting a dollar sign per pupil value on every student in our public schoools, with a union teacher in every classroom; lowering the bar of individual achievement so that "collectively" the schools can be anointed by the State DOE excellent with distinction; and every teacher of unionism falsely anointed "wonderful" by the lovers of tax and spend worshippers of the false gods educaton.
Let's stay focused on the proven strengths of Kelly's leadership, doing what's right for our school children and community, but not allow the levy ladies to fold us into their never ending dramas
of "crisis creationism."
Stay informed of their antics to get the public's attention off our school district success; their greatest fear is losing the "spotlight" so they keep going from one "terrible" prediction to another for our children's future; IF we don't reverse the BOE majority to the tunnel vision darkness of that "insanely popular"
has been a high school principal, Ron Malone.
November 2013 sounds like a Repeat Performance of the failed March 2012 re-instate Malone protest in attempt to "Take out" of elected office our children's first BOE representatives.
Babb for Increased Taxes

Piqua, OH

#26014 Jul 23, 2013
The Tax and Spend Lovers lost no time in getting their increased demands out to the public, as soon as their hostile demands were met by the Board of Education in contract negotiations.

Here's the newest NFSS Christmas in July wish list that has everything on it except common sense, respect for Springboro families, and responsible spending while living within the framework of our children's first budget. Sounds like Lisa Babb has crafted another failing agenda for her bid to win "most popular ever" in the November 2013 school board elections.

We can expect the NFSS group to show up in public board meeting on Thursday to "Teach our Board how to increase taxes on all Springboro families" and demand that "fiscal responsibility" has no place in the SEA contract nor the School Renewal Levy!

We can expect that Kelly Kohls will be bashed and trashed for doing good for all Springboro school children, teachers and families by those NFSS tax and spend lovers, who want to leave accountability behind. They just want more Money!
So all the NFSS folks can be expected to pre-arrange to participate in another "interrogation" of "Ask the Board" why the SEA can't take it all
from Our Children's Future.

(1)Why put Springboro Schools in another potential strike situation just two years from now by not taking future increases into account?

(2)Why reach for a tax cut rather than presume reasonable pay for the people behind our school district’s strength??

(3)Salaries and benefits are not the only expense that may be under-budgeted: Replacing the worn-out high school football field turf (estimated price tag:$400,000) and accommodating Springboro’s infamous student population “bubble”– which means that 200 additional students will be passing through our high school in two years, where it costs more to educate them because of the need for specialized teachers, more advanced materials and so forth – are also missing from the forecast."
Babb for Increased Taxes

Piqua, OH

#26015 Jul 23, 2013
Don't forget folks to mark your calendar to attend the BOE show in the LGI room on Thursday at 7:00. Check your school website and study the Agenda when it is posted and check out the list of pre-arranged performers who will be displaying various maney-acts for the TV news cameras, wringing their hands and exclaiming their disgust of the unanimous vote of the board approving agreement with teachers and un unprecedented 15% percent rollback on November renewal!
Be sure to attend if you can, but if not, remember to watch the TV broadcast next week. Let's try to get the news out to the community that the school board candidate campaign platform of Babb/Malone/Stuckey "vote for increased taxes in Novembr 2013" will be revealed. We can expect that this interrogation of "the Board" will be a repeat performance of the March 2012 Re-instate Malone disrepectful drama.
Ask the NFSS

Piqua, OH

#26016 Jul 23, 2013
Someone should ask the Neighbors for Springboro Schools folks, who are now activated to attack Springboro families for Increased Taxes, why the Neighbors for Springboro Schools folks don't go after the $400,000 of their kids money that the Boosters Board stole from our schools athletic program.
Appears that $400,000 could be used to replace the turf at careflight field. Taxpaying homeowners are not going to vote increasing taxes on our family homes to replace that turf for the football field, not without a fight in MY community.
Certainly Worth Repeating

Girard, OH

#26017 Jul 23, 2013
Ask the NFSS wrote:
Someone should ask the Neighbors for Springboro Schools folks, who are now activated to attack Springboro families for Increased Taxes, why the Neighbors for Springboro Schools folks don't go after the $400,000 of their kids money that the Boosters Board stole from our schools athletic program.
Appears that $400,000 could be used to replace the turf at careflight field. Taxpaying homeowners are not going to vote increasing taxes on our family homes to replace that turf for the football field, not without a fight in MY community.
Someone should ask the Neighbors for Springboro Schools folks, who are now activated to attack Springboro families for Increased Taxes, why the Neighbors for Springboro Schools folks don't go after the $400,000 of their kids money that the Boosters Board stole from our schools athletic program.
Appears that $400,000 could be used to replace the turf at careflight field. Taxpaying homeowners are not going to vote increasing taxes on our family homes to replace that turf for the football field, not without a fight in MY community.
We Love Kelly

Piqua, OH

#26018 Jul 23, 2013
Old News wrote:
Can someone, anyone, PLEASE let me know what Kelly Kohls has done as a BOE member that is so darn awful for our district? And please try to be specific.
I say the results speak for themselves.
Some time ago, this article was posted on the EAG news; it is so uplifting and inspiring that I saved the article and often respond to your question by saying that, specifically, Kelly Kohls has stepped outside the box of the Ohio School Board Association, which indoctrinates school leaders that superintendents are supposed to tell the elected board members what the SEA wants, and then the boards job is to rubber stamp what the union demands of the local taxpayers. I agree that results of Kelly's amazing leadership does speak for itself, when we think about the 2008 Baker/Dettwiller oppression that this community suffered before Kelly was elected in 2009; we ask why would we want to tax and spend ourselves back to the way we were? Kelly brought CHANGE to Springboro Schools and the SEA hates all change from 1983 status quo.

"Change" is not a four-letter word. And, despite what many seem to believe, it’s not always bad either.
Change is especially important when it comes to K-12 education. Reformers often appropriately use the term "kids first" when it comes to our educational priorities. Too many times, however, "adults first" is the prevailing philosophy. That has to change (there’s that magic word again) and it is in one Ohio school district.
We Love Kelly

Piqua, OH

#26019 Jul 23, 2013
Check out the excerpts from an excellent report by the Education Action Group:
Springboro’s old philosophy was like that of many public school districts: Teachers were given annual “step” raises and administrators received nice salary perks, whether there was money in the district’s budget or not. If the district couldn’t afford it, voters were expected to approve tax hikes to pay for it all, or accept cuts to student services.
That old “adults first” approach was on full display in 2009, when district officials chose to address their financial woes by eliminating busing for high school students, laying off 30 district employees, and raising pay-to-play fees for after school activities.
Not long after that, Kelly Kohls, a mother of five and a former college professor, joined the Springboro school board and a new “children first” philosophy began to emerge.
Kohls’ approach of challenging the “business as usual” mindset has proven very effective. The district now requires employees to contribute more for their health insurance plans. Backdoor bonuses for administrators have been eliminated, annual teacher “step” raises have been frozen, and a variety of spending cuts have been implemented.
The results are evident in the school’s financial trajectory. A few years ago the district was projecting a $30 million deficit. Today it’s projecting a $4 million surplus, even though the community is still reeling from the weak economy, which has caused a 400 percent increase in the number of people needing assistance from the local food bank, according to Kohls.
Kohls’ self-described “kids first” approach has caused a lot of heartburn among Springboro’s school establishment. During her brief tenure on the board, district officials have publicly blamed Kohls for the defeat of a $6 million school levy, the departures of a superintendent, a district treasurer, a school board president and the large turnover in school administrators.
Members of the Springboro Education Association – the local teachers union – use school board meetings to excoriate Kohls for opposing teacher pay raises and proposing budget cuts.
“Some people get so entrenched in the old philosophy that it’s tough to get them to think whether or not something is going to help the kids,” Kohls says of the criticism.“We need a different way of thinking.”
Voters seem to agree. Last November, they elected two of Kohls’ allies, giving fiscal conservatives control of the five-member school board, which began its current term in January.
Kohls says her approach has been to “ask a lot of questions” and to explain the board’s spending decisions to the community.
-continued
We Love Kelly

Piqua, OH

#26020 Jul 23, 2013
-continued

During her campaign for school board, for instance, Kohls asked why Springboro taxpayers were paying both the district’s and administrators’ contributions to the state retirement fund, especially since high school busing had just been cut to save money.

She reasoned that the amount of money spent on the retirement perk ($180,000) should be used to reinstate high school busing ($125,000). Kohls shared her proposal with the community on the Educate Springboro website and now the administrative perk is gone.

When the district’s health insurance costs increased by $830,000, Kohls proposed that employee contributions be raised to 20 percent – in line with what average Springboro residents paid – to offset the extra costs. She thought it made sense, especially since the district was in the middle of a financial emergency that left schools unable to purchase new textbooks or make basic building repairs. Her fellow board members at the time didn’t agree, and the district absorbed the increase.

But Kohls used the Educate Springboro website to bring her case to the public, and the philosophical shift became evident.
“People started looking at the other four board members, and asked,‘How could you say yes to the increase?’” Kohls says.
Today, employees pay 15 percent of their health insurance costs, and the district has joined a health care consortium which has resulted in nearly $6 million in savings.
Since January, the new board has enshrined its “children first” philosophy in a series of 28 goals, which include setting district money aside to help prepare students for the ACT test, among other things.

The board has switched to zero-based budgeting, meaning that school budgets will not automatically increase every year. Instead, teachers are being asked to submit annual budgets outlining specific resources they need.

The board is also developing policies that prioritize district spending, to ensure that student-centered spending needs are met before employee benefits and wage increases are considered. Kohls is crafting a point system to determine which employees will receive bonuses from the leftover funds.
Winning Agenda

Piqua, OH

#26021 Jul 23, 2013
www.springboro.org

BOARD APPROVES AGREEMENT WITH TEACHERS AND UNPRECEDENTED 15 PERCENT ROLLBACK ON NOVEMBER RENEWAL
The Springboro Community City Schools Board of Education (BOE) voted unanimously in favor of a new agreement with the Springboro Education Association (SEA) at its board meeting on July 16. The announcement comes less than a week after the BOE approved a new agreement with the Springboro Classified Employees Association (SCEA).
“This is outstanding news for our employees, taxpayers and students and their families,” said Kohls.“We have an agreement we can afford and that will make our school district more competitive. We will be able to retain our best teachers and attract new top-notch teaching staff.”
According to Kohls, one of the main reasons the BOE voted unanimously was the board’s agreement that a 15% rollback on the $9.2 million renewal levy scheduled for November will be instituted. That means the renewal levy will not only add no new taxes for residents, it will result in a reduction in taxes.“If the levy passes in November, we will be able to move forward without any type of levy for some time to come,” Kohls confirmed.“By reducing the renewal levy, we are helping our community during challenging economic times while underscoring the need for this levy to pass.”
“When we projected our agreements with the SEA and SCEA, we found we will have a $7.2 million carryover in 2017,” said Kohls.“The community should be aware that our five-year forecast considers all aspects of funding and revenue streams as well as anticipated expenses.”
According to Kohls, the BOE transformed the school district into a district with a projected surplus.“This was accomplished while the BOE improved bussing, added technology, purchased needed textbooks and invested in capital improvements in buildings and grounds. It could not have been accomplished without outstanding financial planning and management by the board, administration and staff.”
The highlights of the two-year agreement with the SEA include:
• 80/20 healthcare insurance with employees paying 20%, and school district paying 80%
• 2% raise on base pay for both years one and two
• Step raises for two years
• Establishing a committee to put an equitable performance pay system in place
In comparison, the four-year agreement with the SCEA includes these provisions:
• Step raises for three years
•$1,000 annual stipend for three years
• 80/20 healthcare insurance with employees paying 20%, and school district paying 80%
- continued
Winning Agenda

Piqua, OH

#26022 Jul 23, 2013
-continued www.springboro.org

In May 2013, the BOE prepared a five-year forecast with reasonable assumptions. This May forecast indicated a carryover or surplus of $7.55 million in 2017. The five-year forecast, after the approval of both union agreements, shows a carryover of $7.2 million in 2017. This surplus, along with the projected additional funding emanating from the governor’s budget bill that will start to be realized this month, encouraged the BOE to consider a reduction in the renewal levy.
The Springboro treasurer has been informed that the district will receive 6.5% more in 2013-14 than in 2012-13, an increase of approximately $828,000 as well as 10.5% more in 2014-15, an increase of approximately $1.2 million.
Since the start of the 2012-13 school year, the school district has begun to receive $3.5 million per year as a result of a pipeline that has been completed. It is possible that a second pipeline will be completed during the 2015-16 school year. While the BOE believes this second pipeline will become a reality, its current five-year forecast does not include the additional funding it may bring to the district.
“As the Springboro BOE looks into the future, we continue our commitment to working with a zero-based budget, which we call our ‘Children First Budget’,” said Kohls.“We found no reason to ask the community for more funding than we need. The board has been fiscally prudent. We have a generous community that has felt the pain of plummeting property values, lost income and financial insecurity. We want an excellent school district to help keep property values high and draw people to live in Springboro.”
Kohls continued,“Even with the rolled-back renewal levy in November, we do not forecast the need for additional taxes for years to come. This will be accomplished because the BOE and administration will continue to apply innovative financial management principles and maintain a dedication to our Children First Budget.”
“The board is pleased with the agreements with our teachers and non-teaching staff,” Kohls said,“We can walk into the future both unified and strong. It helps to have received additional funding from the state and from the pipelines that are being constructed in Springboro.” She continued,“We have an agreement in place that will provide a surplus in 2017, and that is something our community will appreciate.”
Kohls concluded,“The Springboro School District continues to provide a quality education. For eight years it has been honored as “excellent with distinction” by the Ohio Department of Education. We thank our parents, students, community, teachers, administrators and non-teaching staff for these achievements. We look forward to continued excellence in the future.”

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