Business & Operations
The Business Services Department encompasses all aspects of school and district financial management. These services include enrollment projections and reporting, budgeting, accounting, financial statement reporting, auditing, payroll, benefits, retirement, accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing, inventory, asset management, and risk management. Our primary goal is to maximize the resources available to support student achievement.
The Business Services Department also manages the facilities/operations, health services, food and nutrition services, safety and security, and student information departments, as well as maintains district data security.
The following information provides a general overview of the District's five operating funds:
- General Fund
Revenue and expenditure budget for all annual operational expenses includes certificated and classified employee salaries and benefits. This fund also pays for all district and building supplies, materials, utilities, instructional materials, insurance, fuel, travel and equipment purchases.
- Capital Projects Fund
Revenue and expenditure budget for the construction of new schools, remodeling of existing schools, bond or levy funded technology upgrades, land purchases and small health and safety projects.
- Debt Service Fund
Revenue and expenditure budget for the collection of property taxes to repay bond and interest expenses.
- ASB (Associated Student Body) Fund
Revenue and expenditure budget supporting student directed governmental, co-curricular, athletic, recreational and club activities.
- Transportation Vehicle Fund
Revenue and expenditure budget for the purchase of new school buses.
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Oversees K-12 public education in Washington State.
Washington State Auditor's Office
Independently serves the citizens of Washington by promoting accountability, fiscal integrity and openness in state and local government.
Office of Financial Management
Provides vital information, fiscal services and policy support that the Governor, Legislature and state agencies need to serve the people of Washington State.