Treasurer

Jennifer Knapp

3044 Columbia Rd.

Medina, Ohio 44256

Phone (330) 722 8257 x1008



News

Request for Proposal

Buckeye Local Schools is now accepting Request for Proposal for Banking Services. Please contact Jennifer Knapp for more information on submissions. All submissions are due by 12 noon on Wednesday, December 6, 2017.


The Buckeye Local Schools has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting. This award comes from the GFOA (Government Finance Officer’s Association). This is the 24th year for this very prestigious award. The most current Comprehensive Annual Report for 2016 is provided in its entirety in a printable version on this web page.

Treasurer's Office Staff


Name E-Mail Title Extension
Tanya Mier tmier(at)buckeyeschools.org

Treasurer's Assistant – Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable/Inventory

1011
Alicia Shank ashank(at)buckeyeschools.org

Treasurer's Assistant – Staff EMIS/Staff Personal Leave/Asst. Payroll

1010


Treasurer's Assistant – Payroll, and Insurance

1009

Information

Currently the District has a total collectable millage of:

Full Millage

Effective Millage

Effective Millage

(Public Utility Personal Property)

(Residential Real Estate)

(Business Real Estate)

General Fund Inside
Millage

3.30

3.30

3.30

Permanent Improvement Inside Millage

1.00

1.00

1.00

General Fund Outside Millage

51.70 (voted mills)

17.8776227

19.0043301

Emergency Levy

7.90 (voted mills)

7.90

7.90

Bond Retirement Millage

3.70 (Construction of new Buildings)

3.70

3.70

Total Millage

67.60

33.7776227

34.9043301

Residents of Buckeye have voted for 51.70 operating mills to the school district and 3.30 inside mills (not publicly voted on) that due to HB 920 the residents pay an effective rate of 21.1776227 for operating. The businesses pay a reduced millage of 22.043301mills toward operating dollars.

The residents recently passed a 7.9 mill emergency levy for 5 years which will not be reduced by HB 920 and will collect $3,200,100.00 per year for the 5 years.

In 1999, this District asked for an expected 5.5 mills or 23.7 million dollars. This money was to be used for Construction and Renovation of our facilities, Bond Dollars. The sale of the Bonds at an exceptional interest rate put the actual millage paid by the residence at 4.70 mills. In January 2006, the district reduced the millage to be collected to 3.70 mills from 4.70 mills previously collected.

We are very proud of our accomplishments at Buckeye Local Schools and are determined to accomplish our mission of educating all students. We are committed to using our resources to provide an excellent education in a safe learning environment.

If you have any questions concerning the finances of the district please e-mail me at treasurer(at)buckeyeschools.org, call me at (330) 72BUCKS ext. 1008..

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