Oakwood Schools Treasurer
Treasurer's Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
One of the goals of the Oakwood Schools Treasurer's Department is to provide accurate information to all stakeholders regarding the District's finances. It is also critical for stakeholders to understand school funding in Ohio. For that reason, the Treasurer's Department has created About School Funding, a section devoted to explaining these important concepts.
about school funding
The U.S. Congress approved funds to be awarded to states for the purpose of providing local school districts with emergency relief funds to address the impact COVID-19 had and continues to have on elementary and secondary schools across the country.
To learn how COVID-19 has impacted Oakwood Schools financially, please review State and Federal COVID-19 Grant Funding.
- Free and Reduced Lunch
- General Fund Summary Financial Plan (FY 2024 through FY2028)
- Learning Recovery/Extended Learning Plan
- Monthly Rolling Financial Reports 2023
- Monthly Rolling Financial Reports 2022
- Monthly Rolling Financial Reports 2021
- Monthly Rolling Financial Reports 2020
- Monthly Rolling Financial Reports 2019
- Transparency in Coverage
Assistant to the Treasurer - Payroll
Assistant to the Treasurer - Accounts Payable
To review Financial Audits for Oakwood Schools visit the Audit Search page of the Ohio Auditor's website.
Enter Oakwood Schools in the Entry Name box and click on Search.
You can review various financial reports for Oakwood Schools.
The Oakwood School’s Business Advisory Council (BAC) is a volunteer group of Oakwood residents who meet monthly to review the finances and business operations of the school district. The Council was formed more than 25 years ago, long before the state required it. Members are appointed by the Board of Education.
More information can be found on the Business Advisory Council page.
The Montgomery County Educational Service Center (MCESC) facilitates the state mandated Business Advisory Council (BAC) for both Montgomery and Warren counties’ public schools. The MCESC BAC’s mission is to ensure our workforce can compete by enhancing partnerships between schools, higher education, and employers. There are four main outcomes the MCESC BAC strives to achieve: ensuring student success and career readiness while in school, helping existing and new businesses thrive in our region, keeping talent in our region, and making Montgomery and Warren Counties great places to live and work.