Business & Operations

Business & Operations2021-10-22T11:53:43-07:00

We generally serve as a liaison between the State Superintendent of Public Instruction’s Office and local school districts.

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About Business & Operations

Business & Operations assists local districts with budgeting; assures compliance with state rules and regulations in all state reporting; provides legislative and general fiscal information; disseminates and consults in all matters having to do with reports from the state to school districts in local levy and state funding calculations.

Click on a service or program below to learn more about what we offer.

Interlocal Agreements

Interlocal Revenue Agreements

Please follow the links below to access documents concerning interlocal revenue agreements for ESD 112. The following agreement listings detail services that the ESD 112 provided during that fiscal year. Please contact Tyler Wright, at tyler.wright@esd112.org for more information regarding these services or to access a particular document.

Interlocal Payable Agreements

Please follow the links below to access documents concerning interlocal payable agreements for ESD 112. The following agreement listings detail services that were provided to ESD 112 during that fiscal year. Please contact Tyler Wright, at tyler.wright@esd112.org for more information regarding these services or to access a particular document.

 

** As of December 31 of the current year, this is our listing of active agreements to date.

Department Contacts

Who to Contact

Gavin Hottman

Chief Financial Officer

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3521

Email: gavin.hottman@esd112.org

Christy Price

Administrative Assistant

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3489

Email: christy.price@esd112.org

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We are always looking for talented individuals to join our team. Please look at our recruiting page to view the current opportunities.

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