Sandusky City Schools will be Closed the Remainder of the School Year

Sandusky City Schools would like to inform our students and families that Friday, May 29th will be the last student day for the 2019-2020 school year. High School students should reach out to their teachers regarding any previously assigned work that they still need to completed by Thursday, June 4th close of business 3PM.

Over the summer the District will continue to contact families regarding the 2020- 2021 as we continue to receive updates on the impact of the COVID pandemic. If you have additional questions please contact us (419) 626- 6940. Be safe and Stay healthy — Remember we are Blue Streak Strong!

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Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer

Treasurer's Department
Our Vision:
We believe in fiscal accountability for guardianship of proper use of your public dollars. The Finance Department of the Sandusky City Schools oversees all fiscal operations of the school district. These operations include financial forecasting, budgeting, grant management, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable and employee and district insurance programs.

Our Mission:

It is the mission of Treasurer’s department to serve the employees, vendors, students, families, and community for financial services and reporting of the district. Current monthly financial reports for all funds of the District are available in the Forms link to the right.

What are we?
We are the department responsible for all financial transactions pertaining to local, state, and federal funding. Our taxpayers deserve to be aware of the financial future for the optimal educational experience of our most cherished assets, students of Sandusky City Schools.
Financial forecasting is an integral component of the operation of the school district, culminating with the reporting to the State of Ohio through the Five Year Forecast. The five-year forecast is constantly being updated with revised information and is used, to assist, in planning for budgeting, staffing and future requests for funding. In reviewing the Five Year Forecast it is important to note that future years include projected additional tax issues that are necessary to maintain a positive balance. It is also important to note that the most recent forecast shown here is the forecast that has most recently been approved by the Board of Education for submission to the Ohio Department of Education and not necessarily the most recent forecast used for planning purposes. 

The Sandusky City Schools have been very fortunate to be the recipients of generous memorial trust and scholarship funds. These funds have been instrumental in financing the many enrichment programs that set our district apart and in seeing many of our graduating seniors into and through college. These funds have been left in the care of the district and are restricted in use, and therefore not available for day to day operational expenditures. The complete year-end report of these funds is available to the right.

The finances of the Sandusky City School District are subject to annual audit procedures. The District prepares its annual CAFR and the Auditor of State conducts its audit of the CAFR and issues an opinion on the financial statements. CAFR’s, including audit opinion letters, are available through the links to the right.

Who are we?
We are the staff supporting our dedicated employees, administrators, parents, and community in providing fiscal services. Our staff can be reached at the following:
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Yvonne Anderson, Interim Treasurer
(419) 984-1006

Mandy Martin, Accounts Payable
(419) 984-1007

Julie Bittinger, Office Accountant
(419) 984-1009
Kory Herman, Fiscal Specialist 
 (419) 984-1019
Suzanne Wilson, Fiscal Consultant
(419) 984-1008  
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Sandusky City Schools Partners with Treasurer Josh Mandel to Post Spending on

Momentum Continues to Build for Government Transparency as Treasurer’s Office Forms Partnerships with Local Governments Throughout Ohio

COLUMBUS – The Sandusky City Schools Treasurer’s office and Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel announced a partnership to The Sandusky City Schools spending information online at Last year, Treasurer Mandel launched, which for the first time in Ohio history puts all state spending information on the internet for taxpayers to search, sort and download. recently earned Ohio the number one ranking in the country for government transparency, setting a new national standard.

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