Financial responsibility ensures that the majority of funding is spent on classroom instruction.
In this Quality Profile, we share the Orange City School District financial reports and information.
- As a charter member of the 19-school district member Suburban Health Consortium, the District is able to offer employees a highly competitive benefits package in a cost-efficient manner
- In order to achieve cost savings, the District maintains membership in several cooperative purchasing programs to obtain goods and services at highly competitive prices
- To ensure conservative investment practices aligned with Ohio law, the Board adopted an asset allocation statement in September 2016 to guide investment decisions
- The District coordinates the purchase of school supplies for elementary and middle school children, leveraging its buying power for the benefit of students and families
- Major renovations to Brady Middle School, financed without additional tax dollars, will improve instructional capacity for the next generation of students