Rhonda L. Baldwin-Amorganos - (330) 989-5095
Fiscal Office Personnel
Lori Proper, Fiscal Specialist-Budgetary - (330) 989-5095 ext. 4006
Tiffany Cook, Fiscal Specialist-Payroll - (330) 989-5095 ext. 4005
- Accounts Payable/Purchase Orders
- Accounts Receivable/Receipts
- Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Enrollment
- Employment Contracts
- Payroll Processing
- Salary calculations
- Retirement/Severance calculations
- Address/Phone Changes
- Deductions, annuities, etc.
The Niles City School Fiscal Services Department is committed to serving the District, the Community and its Stakeholders. Through the implementation of the Board of Education's policies and procedures our team contributes to the continued improvement and success of our students, staff and community.
The CFO and the fiscal team are an integral part of a chain of team players which include the Board of Education, Superintendent and Building/Department Administrators and staff. The CFO assures that the District provides relevant, authentic reporting and information that paint an accurate picture of the fiscal condition of the Niles City School District, which includes providing the economic strategy and financial forecasting of the District. In addition, the CFO oversees all receipts and disbursements of all funds of the District. Other designated responsibilities of the public school district treasurer are set forth in Ohio Revised Code sections 3313.22 through 3313.32.
The Fiscal Services Department affects all areas of the educational process. Although the team does not have direct contact with students, it is an integral part of the education of students i.e. paying staff salaries and benefits, purchase of instructional supplies and equipment, paying utility bills, etc. In addition, it is ensured that the fiscal team will always deal with stakeholders in a professional manner in order to maintain an atmosphere of excellence. The team will always strive to provide outstanding services to all they encounter.
Links to Current and Historical Five Year Forecasts:
CUPP Report (District Profile Report) provides the reader with District Demographic, Personnel, Property Valuation, Millage, Operating Expenditure/Revenue data and compares it to similar districts and statewide averages:
LOCAL USE OF AMERICAN RECOVERY PLAN (ARP) FUNDING
The American Rescue Plan (ARP) provides substantial federal financial resources to support states and local school districts. Ohio’s state ARP plan was approved by the U.S. Dept. of Education.
The federal requirements emphasize transparency and information for the public about actions to be taken and how financial resources will be used. Accordingly, districts are required to develop and publicly share a "Local Use of Funds" plan detailing how ARP funds will be used at the local level. You can click on the links below to access the Niles City School District's plan on how the ARP funds will be utilized:
- Budget Details.pdf