Contract/Personnel Data Analysis
The availability of data is valuable to school districts in contract negotiations or making long-term decisions. A team of Ulster BOCES experts can assist school districts in the collection, analysis, and reporting of various data relevant to contracts, financial trends, and residential construction.
This service is designed to collect, analyze, and report administrative, instructional, and support staff contract agreements for participating school districts and the BOCES within Ulster County. Emphasis is placed on comparing employee salaries, fringe benefits, and terms and conditions of employment. The data produced through this Co-Ser has proven to be a valuable resource for those preparing for negotiations and contract renewals.
This service includes:
- A comparison of existing contract language.
- Research and surveys on specific contract issues requested by the participating districts.
- A continuous “work-in-progress” publication, entitled Contract Analysis that contains contract comparisons, survey results, data summaries, charts, and graphs.
- Continuous updating and distribution of newly settled agreements.
- Direct availability of Ulster BOCES staff members responsible for the management of this Co-Ser via telephone, fax, or e-mail.
phone: 845.255.1400 x1217
Ulster BOCES will provide participating school districts with assistance in the development of planning processes, skills, and analysis to better affect long-range planning. Specifically, through the use of the Forecast 5 Service, Ulster BOCES will provide customized support services that report on the financial trend analysis of revenue, expense, staffing, and accounting data as it relates to personnel, finance, facilities, and budget management. The overall intent of the service is to focus and maximize financial and plant resources, which will result in better planning and outcomes for instruction programs.
Principal Account Clerk
phone: 845.255.1499 x1265
This service is designed to collect the number of buildings issued for the past five years for the relevant towns and villages within a school district and obtain projections on the number of permits to be issued in the next two years. The data produced through this Co-Ser extension has proven to be a valuable resource to determine any possible impact on projected student enrollment. It also provides for effective grade/building configuration planning and addresses the requirement for State Education Department approval of capital projects for classroom additions.
Assistant Superintendent for Administration
175 Route 32 North
New Paltz, NY 12561