Treasurer's Department

Treasurer's Department

Treasurer's Department

The Treasurer's Department is made up of a team of people who oversee all financial operations for Midview Local Schools; including, but not limited to:
  • Five-Year Forecasting
  • Accounts Receivable/Payable
  • Purchase Orders
  • Payroll
  • Employee Benefits
  • Insurance
 
Treasurer, Rob Showalter
Payroll/Benefits, Tammy Olah
Financial/Payables, Tammie Skender
Financial/Purchase Orders, Ginny Wolf 
Office Phone: 440-748-5353 
 

Auditor of State Award

The Midview Local School District has been awarded the Auditor of State Award. This award recognizes the accountable, effective financial practices in place throughout the district. It is a tribute to the continued hard work and diligence of the Treasurer’s office staff, the administration, and staff members in the district. This distinction acknowledges how Midview Local Schools remains great stewards of public funds.

Fraud Notice

The Midview Local School District and the Auditor of State take allegations of fraud in government seriously. The Ohio State Auditor’s office will review of all tips and complaints of suspected fraud.
 
To report possible fraud:
  • Call the Fraud Hotline at 1-866-FRAUD OH (1-866-372-8364)
  • Mail a written complaint to:
       Ohio Auditor of State’s Office
       Special Investigations Unit
       88 East Broad Street
       P.O. Box 1140
       Columbus, OH 43215
  • Report online

Donation Program - Public Notice

The Board of Education of the Midview Local School District hereby provides notice of its intent to donate unneeded, obsolete, or unfit-for-use school district property having a value of $2,500 or less to eligible nonprofit organizations in accordance with O.R.C. §3313.41(H).
 

Any nonprofit organization desiring to obtain donated property from the Board must submit a written notice to the Board of its desire to receive such property. The written notice must include the following information: (1) evidence that the organization is a nonprofit organization; (2) evidence that the organization is located in the State of Ohio; (3) evidence that the organization is tax-exempt pursuant to 26 U.S.C. §501(a) and (c)(3); (4) a description of the organization’s primary purpose; (5) a description of the types of property the organization needs; and (6) the name, address, and telephone number of a designated representative. A list of all eligible nonprofit organizations that notify the Board of their desire to obtain donated property will be maintained by the Board.

 

The Board will post a list of all eligible unneeded, obsolete, or unfit-for-use school property that becomes available for donation. This list will be continually posted in the Board’s office and on the Board’s website. The Board reserves the right to determine which items will be eligible for donation.

 

An available item will be donated to the eligible nonprofit organization that first declares to the Board its desire to obtain the item, unless the Board determines that a certain organization is to be given priority with respect to the item in question.

 

The District’s Superintendent and Treasurer will be responsible for conducting and managing this donation program. Please contact them at 440-748-5353 for further information.

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