Treasurer's Office

Treasurer's Office

 
Julie Kamphaus
Treasurer

The Norwood City School District’s Treasurer’s Department handles all financial matters of the Board of Education and the District. This involves the receipting, safekeeping, accounting for, and disbursement of all public funds as required by law and in accordance with Board regulations and policies. The Treasurer’s Department maintains a complete and systematic set of financial records in accordance with State of Ohio statute, the Auditor of the State of Ohio, and the Bureau of Public Inspection and Supervision. The Treasurer’s Department administers all payroll functions and employee fringe benefit programs. The Treasurer also performs all secretarial duties of the Board of Education including maintaining the official minutes and all other correspondence and records.
 
Treasurer’s Office Staff:       924-2508

Julie Kamphaus- Treasurer
 
Heather Cole - Assistant Treasurer
 
Laura Zimmerman - Assistant Treasurer/Payroll/Benefits
 
Bridgette Brauch - Account Specialist/Acoounts Payable
 
 
FINANCIAL AUDITS
Please click on the link(s) below to view the financial audit reports for Norwood City Schools:
 
 
 
 
NORWOOD CITY SCHOOLS on OhioCheckBook.com 
Norwood City Schools has joined Ohio Local Governements in dispaying spending on OhioCheckBook.com.  In 2015, Treasurer Josh Mandel launched this program, which set a new national standard for government transparency.  For the first time in Ohio history, this placed all the state spending information on the internet.  OhioCheckBook.com earned Ohio the number one rankings in the country for government transparency.  
 
 
 
Five Year Forecast with Assumptions

Please view downloads (on the right hand side of this page) to review the General Fund five-year forecast with assumptions for November 2020, May 2020, November 2019 or May 2019. as filed with the Ohio Department of Education as required by 5705.391 of the Ohio Revised Code. Each forecast reflects three years of history of general fund operations and five years of estimated revenues and expenditures.


The financial projections provide an indicator of trends that can help the board and administration to make the best program decisions regarding taxes and budgeting.

 

 

Tax Budget 2021-2022

Please view downloads (on the right side of this page) to review the annual Tax Budget.  A tax budget hearing will be held virtually on January 12, 2021 and may be viewed via the following link: 


Any questions or comments may be sent to the Board of Education via e-mail at: [email protected]
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