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The Treasurer’s Office oversees the financial operations of the district. The Treasurer’s Office oversees semi-monthly payroll for over 2,000 employees. The district has an annual budget of $175 million.
The department is responsible for all accounting, payroll, and financial reporting requirements of the District. The Treasurer of an Ohio school district serves as the Chief Financial Officer and reports directly to the Board of Education. Many of the duties and responsibilities of the Treasurer are outlined in various sections of Ohio Revised Code.
The Treasurer is responsible for the preparation of the annual financial budget and the publication of the annual report. By law, the Board of Education must adopt a budget by September 30 of each year. Copies of the District’s appropriations are available to the general public upon request.
The District publishes financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). These statements include financial statements, budget statements, and statistical information about the District and the services and programs it provides. Copies of the District’s financial statements are also available to the public upon request or they can be obtained by visiting the Ohio Auditor of State website.
The Treasurer also serves as the Secretary to the Board of Education. In this role, all contracts, documents, and the official minutes of all Board meetings are kept for safekeeping. In addition, anyone interested in addressing the Board of Education during the public speaks portion of a regularly scheduled board meeting can contact the Treasurer’s Office and sign up to speak in advance of the meeting. Board minutes and video recordings of the meetings are public records and are available on the district’s website.
Jeff Gruber, Treasurer/CFO