FAIRVIEW PARK CITY SCHOOLS

District Finance and Office of the Treasurer

The Fairview Park City Schools have demonstrated exceptional fiscal responsibility and continue to be recognized at a state and national level. With the assistance of the Financial Advisory Community Task Force (FACT) and outstanding leadership of our Treasurer and finance office staff, the district maintains an Excellent bond rating and has not had a operating levy request for 11 years. The district will ask voters to renew its operating levy (no new taxes) in November of 2018 in order to maintain solid financial operations.

Kimberly Sperling, Treasurer

(440) 331-5500, x 1119

Awards and Recognition

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Award of Distinction
Auditor of State

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Award of Excellence
Government Finance Officers Association

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Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting Award
Association of School Business Officials International

District Financial Information

School districts in the State of Ohio operate on a fiscal year calendar beginning July 1 and ending June 30.  School districts are the only government agency in the state required to submit a working budget known as a five-year forecast. The forecast is an assumption of the district finances and includes actual finances of the last three fiscal years, estimated current fiscal year revenues and expenditures and estimates for the next four fiscal years.

Treasurer's Office Staff

Balbina Korczak
Assistant to the Treasurer
440.331.5500 Ext. 1125
[email protected]

Teresa Minerd
Payroll
440.331.5500 Ext. 1117
[email protected]

Marianne Deleur
Accounts Payable
440.331.5500 Ext. 1114
[email protected]

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