The audit report of the fiscal year 2022 financial statements is available at the following link: Ohio Auditor of State
The annual financial report of the Bay Village City School district for 2022 has been completed. The report is available for inspection at the office of the treasurer at 377 Dover Center Road, Bay Village, Ohio 44140.
Quick Questions with Treasurer Rohde:
Presented to the Board of Education on 1/11/22
Hello, I’m Mrs. Meghan Rohde, Treasurer for the Bay Village City School District.
The financial team’s priorities include being good stewards of your tax dollars, and to be completely transparent in our financial analysis and reporting. As a result, I am honored to share that Bay Village Schools has received the Auditor of State Award seven out of the last eight years. This award honors school districts who receive clean audit reports from the state of Ohio.
According to the 2023 Ohio Department of Education Report Card, Bay Village Schools spends 72.1% of its annual budget on classroom instruction. This means that most of every dollar spent by the district goes directly to its students in the classroom. This percentage is higher than the overall state average (67.5%). The District's investments in our students has led to consistent top academic achievement among all schools in the state of Ohio.
As a former auditor, I am committed to constantly looking for new ways to save the District money, and to enhance the District’s financial performance.
I look forward to working with you to best serve our learning community!
Meghan Rohde, Treasurer
Treasurer's Office Responsibilities:
Serves as the custodian for all District monies
Records all receipts and pays all District financial obligations
Pay salaries and maintains tax records for over 350 District employees
Certifies all financial records needed by the Ohio Department of Education
Works with the Superintendent to prepare the District budget.
Invests all District funds to maximize returns and maintain high bond rating
Continue to receive an unqualified opinion from the State Auditor's Office