A public school district treasurer plays a crucial role in managing the financial operations of a school district. As the chief financial officer, the treasurer must hold appropriate certification and reports directly to the Board of Education. The treasurer also serves as secretary to the board, maintaining official records, documents, contracts and Board meeting minutes.
This role encompasses a wide range of responsibilities aimed at ensuring the efficient and effective use of financial resources. The treasurer is responsible for overseeing the budgeting process, tracking revenues and expenditures, and maintaining accurate financial records. They collaborate with district administrators to develop and manage the annual budget, making informed recommendations to allocate resources for educational programs, staff salaries, facilities maintenance and other operational needs.
The treasurer must monitor and work in accordance with financial policies, laws, and regulations, collaborating closely with auditors and government agencies to ensure transparency and accountability. Their role also involves managing investments, debt issuance and cash flow to optimize the district's financial position.
Through their meticulous financial oversight, the treasurer contributes to the overall success of the educational institution by enabling the delivery of quality education while maintaining fiscal responsibility.
The information provided in this section of the website is intended to provide our stakeholders with an overview of the District's financial status. If you have specific questions about the data provided here, please call 419-877-5377 or email [email protected].