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For Our Childrens Future

Grayslake District 46 Teacher Strike Townhall

Years
Retirement *

BOE Impasse Proposal

Union Impasse Proposal

5% for 3 yrs

6% for 4 yrs

Compensation
Year 1 $1300 Off Schedule Stipend **
Year 2
Extra Duty and Stipends
Year 1
Year 2
Flex Spending

3%

NA

3%

Hard freeze
NA

2.5%
2.5%

$3,146 instead of current $6,292

$6,292

**Cost: Of the 331 teachers in the bargaining unit, only 138 receive the flex payment in lieu of participating in the School Districts insurance
plan. The total cost of the flex payments to this minority of teachers is $868,296. The flex payment originates from a time prior to when the Board
provided health insurance to its employees.

http://www2.illinois.gov/elrb/Documents/FinalOffers/CCSDist-46-Final-Offer-October-16-Cost-Summary.pdf
http://www2.illinois.gov/elrb/Documents/FinalOffers/Grayslake-IFT-last-best-offer.pdf

Years

BOE Current Proposal

Union Current Proposal

5.75% for 4 yrs

6% for 4 yrs

3% for 3 yrs

5.75% for 4 yrs

Hard Freeze
No raise, No step,
No lane changes
$1000 off schedule stipend
(retirement track excluded)
Continue $6292
For ~1/3 of teachers

Soft freeze
No raise, No step,
Yes lane changes
2 Steps (Septenber, March)
+ Lane Changes
Continue $6292
For ~1/3 of teachers

Retirement*
By March 1, 2013
After March 1, 2013
Compensation

Year 1
Year 2
Flex Spending

*All those already on retirement continue to receive 6% increases as defined by past contract.
Cost: For FY13 the Board estimates paying approximately $1,521,158 to the 19 teachers who filed retirement notices under the current collective
bargaining agreement language. Under the current language, teachers are able to increase their salary by 26.24% over the last for years of their
employment.

Budget Projections
FY 2012/2013 - $1.6 Million Deficit Spending
FY 2013/2014 - $2.2 Million Deficit Spending*
*According to D46 Business Manager the district has included their contract
proposal, new revenue projections
Cuts in federal grants
State funding
Local property taxes

District Statement on Cuts


What does that mean for D46 students and community?
1. The district may need to eliminate 37 positions for
school year 2013-2014
2. The district has already begun discussions of the
possible need to close a school.
3. Staff raises at this time will add to the deficit and
could lead to further teacher eliminations, increased
class size enrollments and possible program
elimination.
4. There is a very real possibility that the State of Illinois
will shift some of the pension burden to the school
districts.

The Ramifications
Average Teacher Salary - $57,358
Cost Factor to District = 1.022 per dollar
Average Teacher Cost to District = $58,620
Deficit / Avg Teacher Cost = RIFs to Balance Budget
$2,200,000 / $58,620 = 38
331 38 = 294 Teachers Remaining
[Unsustainable and damaging to education of the children]
http://iirc.niu.edu/District.aspx?districtid=34049046004

D46 Highest Paid (> 90,000)


(Data from ISBE Salary Archive - http://webapps.isbe.net/aarp/AdHocReport.aspx)
Name

2012 Base Salary

2011 Base Salary

Pay Increase

Pay Increase Percent

Mathis

91,518.96

76,630.68

14,888.28

19%

Hansen

92,953.41

71,367.66

21,585.75

30%

Clark

94,309.18

72,655.59

21,653.59

30%

Abrahams

97,600.40

86,140.00

11,460.40

13%

Rivelli

97,828.38

75,372.57

22,455.81

30%

Williams

98,455.60

89,041.00

9,414.60

11%

Jeschke

99,597.24

77,910.84

21,686.40

28%

Patrick

100,270.56

77,576.73

22,693.83

29%

Geier

100,488.96

76,630.68

23,858.28

31%

Holm

100,950.30

77,910.84

23,039.46

30%

Roberts

103,427.20

91,637.00

11,790.20

13%

Kocher

107,082.98

82,699.68

24,383.30

29%

2010 2011 Includes Step 2.75%


Level

BS

BS+8

BS+16

BS+24

BS+32

MA

MA+8

MA+16

MA+24

MA+32

C1

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

2.75%

D1

5.84%

5.78%

5.71%

5.66%

5.60%

5.49%

5.39%

5.30%

5.21%

5.00%

E1

5.93%

5.87%

5.81%

5.75%

5.69%

5.59%

5.49%

5.39%

5.31%

5.09%

F1

5.78%

5.72%

5.67%

5.61%

5.51%

5.42%

5.33%

5.24%

5.04%

G1

5.86%

5.80%

5.74%

5.69%

5.59%

5.49%

5.41%

5.32%

5.12%

H1

5.77%

5.71%

5.66%

5.61%

5.51%

5.42%

5.34%

5.26%

5.06%

I1

5.87%

5.81%

5.76%

5.71%

5.61%

5.52%

5.44%

5.36%

5.16%

J1

5.98%

5.93%

5.88%

5.82%

5.73%

5.63%

5.55%

5.47%

5.27%

K1

6.31%

6.34%

6.36%

6.38%

6.42%

6.46%

6.50%

6.53%

6.52%

L1

6.39%

6.41%

6.43%

6.47%

6.51%

6.54%

6.57%

6.56%

M1

6.43%

6.45%

6.47%

6.51%

6.54%

6.58%

6.61%

6.60%

N1

6.48%

6.49%

6.51%

6.55%

6.59%

6.62%

6.65%

6.64%

O1

6.52%

6.54%

6.56%

6.59%

6.63%

6.65%

6.69%

6.68%

P1

6.56%

6.58%

6.60%

6.63%

6.66%

6.70%

6.73%

6.72%

Q1

6.60%

6.62%

6.64%

6.67%

6.71%

6.74%

6.76%

6.75%

R1

6.64%

6.66%

6.67%

6.71%

6.74%

6.77%

6.80%

6.79%

2011 2012 Includes Step


Level

BS

BS+8 BS+16 BS+24 BS+32

MA

MA+8 MA+16 MA+24 MA+32

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

0.60%

3.63%

3.56%

3.50%

3.45%

3.39%

3.28%

3.19%

3.09%

3.01%

2.80%

3.72%

3.66%

3.60%

3.54%

3.49%

3.38%

3.27%

3.20%

3.11%

2.91%

3.58%

3.52%

3.46%

3.40%

3.30%

3.21%

3.12%

3.03%

2.83%

3.64%

3.59%

3.53%

3.47%

3.38%

3.29%

3.20%

3.11%

2.92%

3.55%

3.49%

3.44%

3.40%

3.30%

3.22%

3.13%

3.06%

2.87%

3.66%

3.60%

3.54%

3.49%

3.40%

3.31%

3.23%

3.16%

2.95%

3.77%

3.71%

3.67%

3.61%

3.51%

3.41%

3.34%

3.25%

3.06%

4.10%

4.11%

4.13%

4.16%

4.20%

4.24%

4.27%

4.30%

4.30%

4.16%

4.18%

4.21%

4.23%

4.28%

4.31%

4.34%

4.34%

4.21%

4.22%

4.24%

4.28%

4.32%

4.34%

4.39%

4.37%

4.23%

4.26%

4.28%

4.33%

4.35%

4.39%

4.42%

4.41%

4.30%

4.31%

4.33%

4.37%

4.39%

4.42%

4.46%

4.44%

4.32%

4.34%

4.36%

4.39%

4.43%

4.47%

4.49%

4.48%

4.38%

4.40%

4.40%

4.44%

4.48%

4.50%

4.53%

4.52%

4.41%

4.41%

4.44%

4.47%

4.50%

4.55%

4.57%

4.54%

Salaries and Benefits


Salaries

Benefits

Total

Yr Over Yr
Increase

2012

23,802,320.00 $

4,400,143.00 $

28,202,463.00 $

793,013.00

2011

23,501,903.00 $

3,907,547.00 $

27,409,450.00 $ 1,452,003.00

2010

22,252,109.00 $

3,705,338.00 $

25,957,447.00 $

(255,776.00)

2009

22,487,479.00 $

3,725,744.00 $

26,213,223.00 $

520,518.00

2008

22,172,040.00 $

3,520,665.00 $

25,692,705.00

Distressed Sales in D46

Educational Fund Budget History


Fiscal Year

Starting

Ending

Transfers In

Deficit /Surplus
w/out Transfer

2013*

$ 7,198,845

$ 7,347,309

$ 1,435,360

$, 1,286,896

(O & M)

2012

$ 8,276,405

$ 8,064,881

$ 1,646,894

2011

$ 8,564,176

$ 275,898

2010

$ 5,468,376

$ 8,276,405
$ 10,572,230

$ 4,660,834

$ 86,924

(Capital
Projects)

2009

$ 10,486,853

$11,722,659

$ 1,644,447

$ 262,002

(Interest)

2008

$ 6,977,183

$ 6,396,404

$ 322,682
(Interest)

*Estimated
FY 2012, 2013 District Budgets - http://ww2.d46.org/boe.asp
FY 2009, 2010, 2011 Annual Financial Report (AFR)
http://www.isbe.net/sfms/html/financial_archive.htm

$ 580,779

From Presentation by Elizabeth Hennessey of William Blair & Company


Grayslake BOE March 20th meeting, 2006.

D46 Teacher Scattergram


Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
off
Total

BA 0
10
4
9
7
3

BA 16
1
1
1
2
4
1
2

BA 24

BA 32
2
3

2
1

1
2
1

33
10.1%

14
4.3%

5
1.5%

9
2.8%

BA 8
1
2
1
1
3

MA 0 MA 16 MA 24 MA 32 MA 8
2
2
1
3
1
4
1
1
1
9
1
1
2
12
1
3
9
5
2
5
13
2
3
1
6
4
1
8
1
5
4
3
5
4
4
1
3
10
1
8
4
9
4
1
5
3
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
1
11
1
3
3
1

8
90
2.5% 27.6%

31
9.5%

10
55
3.1% 16.9%

off

43
28
43
8.6% 13.2%

Grand
total
16
17
18
23
30
22
21
22
22
8
23
23
10
8
12
8
43
326

4.9%
5.2%
5.5%
7.1%
9.2%
6.7%
6.4%
6.7%
6.7%
2.5%
7.1%
7.1%
3.1%
2.5%
3.7%
2.5%
13.2
%

Proposed Teacher Contract Framework


Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Salary Range*

Salary
Increase

Salary
Increase

Salary
Increase

Salary
Increase

Salary
Increase

0 47,500

0.5%

1.0%

2.0%

3.0%

3.0%

47,501 - 65,000

0.0%

0.5%

1.0%

2.0%

2.0%

65,001 80,000

0.0%

0.0%

0.5%

1.0%

1.0%

> 80,000

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.5%

1.0%

Degree
Masters
Ph. D.

Bonus **
2%
2%

No end of career salary increases above the normal raises everyone gets
No salary schedule
** Bonus - One time payment that does not become part of the ongoing salary

How do we pay for these raises?


1. Increased State Aid due to Tax Levy Freeze
2. End the End of Career Salary Bumps
3. Healthcare Insurance Bids

Levy Freeze Helps District


Estimated actual tax revenues from an increase would be $750K
District will hit* their O&M (Operations and Maintenance) cap this
year
District will hit* the Education fund cap next year
With the tax levy increase, there will be a $1.4 million deficit next
year
Without a levy increase: 2014 $1,024,000 deficit, 2015 $189,000
surplus, 2016 $1,400,000 surplus**
*Hitting the cap means the district cannot levy any monies above this
rate cap limit.
**The surpluses are due to the affect of a frozen levy and the
continued dropping in EAV (Equallized Assessed Value) being placed
into the General State Aid formula.

End of Career Salary Bump Affect


Year Retirement Announced

75,000.00

Year 1 End of Career Bump

79,500.00

Year 2 End of Career Bump

84,270.00

Year 3 End of Career Bump

89,326.20

Final Salary (Year 4)

94,685.77

Retirement (75%) $

71,014.33

Year Retirement Announced

100,000.00

Year 1 End of Career Bump

106,000.00

Year 2 End of Career Bump

112,360.00

Year 3 End of Career Bump

119,101.60

Final Salary (Year 4)

126,247.70

Retirement (75%) $

94,685.77

10 Things You Probably Dont Know


About IL State Pensions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Taxpayers have contributed more, not less, than the 1995 Fifty year pension funding law
required
Since 2001 taxpayers have contributed 230% more than teachers to the Teachers Retirement
System
Less than 1% of state retirees worked 40 years
The supposedly modest average state pensions are worth 4 times Social Security
State retirees have used more than 132,000 years of sick-leave credit to receive extra pension
without actually having to work for it
Over 44,000 retirees have annual pensions greater than their total contributions over their
entire career
The reason TRS pension liability is so high is because teachers are paid more compared to
adjoining states
If IL teachers had the same salary and pension schedule as Wisconsin we would save more than
$4 billion/yr. enough to make the annual pension payment
If the pension rules in effect in 1970 when the Pension Guarantee was added to the state
constitution were still in effect there would be no unfunded pension liability
Teachers unions have given IL politicians of both parties more than $50 million in contributions
since 1995

Healthcare Insurance Options


(District has been advised of potential savings here for at least 5 years)

Competitive Bid Estimates already presented


to the board shows savings of $300,000 year 1
and up to $5,000,000 over 3 5 years
Self Insure Savings estimates of $100,000+
year 1 and over $1,000,000 per year in 2 3
years

Contact Information
School Board & Superintendent Correll
BMillin104@aol.com
surroz.keith@d46.k12.il.us
facklam.sue@d46.k12.il.us
kipevans@sbcglobal.net
mothergoosed46@hotmail.com
carbonegroup@comcast.net
weinert.karen@d46.k12.il.us
correll.ellen@d46.k12.il.us
Teacher Union President
elfering.diane@d46.k12.il.us