District Business Management

District Business Management2018-08-15T09:27:42-07:00

ESD 112 serves as district business manager reporting to district superintendent and board on all financial matters.

What We Do

What We Do

As part of the ESD 112 Business & Financial Management group, we provide the following services:

  1. Assist local districts with budgeting
  2. Assure compliance with state rules and regulations in all state reporting
  3. Provides legislative and general fiscal information
  4. Disseminate and consult in all matters having to do with reports from the state to school districts in local levy and state funding calculations
  5. Prepare all state reports

Who to Contact

Charles “Chuck” Hole

Assistant Fiscal Officer III

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3496

Email: charles.hole@esd112.org

State Enrollment Reporting

State Enrollment Reporting

We help our local districts by assisting with state-required student enrollment data and basic education, special education and non-resident student enrollment reports, ethnic reports, non-high enrollment, and private school enrollment reports.

Who to Contact

Christy Price

Administrative Assistant

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3489

Email: christy.price@esd112.org

State Financial Reporting

State Financial Reporting

We help local districts complete required budget, financial and personnel reports as well as assure compliance with state reporting requirements in financial and personnel information processing. Some of the reports that we help with are:

  • F-195 Budget
  • F-196 Year-End Financial Report
  • S-275 Personnel Reporting

Who to Contact

Charles “Chuck” Hole

Assistant Fiscal Officer III

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3496

Email: charles.hole@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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