District Finance

Last Updated: 12/22/2022 2:18 PM


The Treasurer is the Chief Financial Officer for the district and oversees all financial operations for Wyoming City Schools. The duties of the Treasurer include overseeing the budgeting process, financial planning and analysis, payroll, purchasing, and the accounts payable process. The Treasurer coordinates financial matters between local, state and federal authorities and the District. Additionally, as a member of the District Finance Committee, the Treasurer meets monthly with two board members, the superintendent, and a teacher representative to monitor and discuss fiscal matters.

For information regarding school finance, please contact Treasurer Ronda Johnson at johnsonr@wyomingcityschools.org or 513-206-7012.                                          

Treasurer's Reports

Twice a year, as required by state law, Wyoming City Schools files a Five-Year Forecast with the Ohio Department of Education. It is of the utmost importance to the Wyoming City Schools Board of Education, administration, and staff to operate in a fiscally conservative manner while providing excellent educational opportunities for Wyoming students. The entire Five-Year Forecast, along with the accompanying Five-Year Forecast assumptions can be found below, along with a presentation that Treasurer Ronda Johnson gave to the Wyoming City Schools Board of Education on Five-Year Forecasts.

Our positive projections are due in part to the fact that voters in Wyoming passed a 9.5 mill dual-purpose property tax levy on May 2, 2017. With 8 mills of the levy going to operations and 1.5 mills going to district permanent improvements, the district will be able to continue to serve our students and maintain our facilities. Thank you to the Wyoming community for continuing to support the Wyoming City School district.

Please do not hesitate to contactTreasurer Ronda Johnson at johnsonr@wyomingcityschools.org or 206-7012.




Required Health Insurance Information

These notices are pertinent to the No Surprises Act and the Publicly Available Cost Information requirements of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA):    

No Surprise Act Notice - This legislation provides rules and processes to protect health plan members from balance billing that may arise from non-network provider utilization that is out of the member's control. An example could be, an individual having surgery at an in-network facility, by an in-network physician, but the anesthesiologist, which they have no control over, is out of network.

Federal Transparency in Coverage Rule - This link leads to machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.