“Additionally, Jeremy has experience in contract negotiations, creating a capital plan, budgeting, forecasting, investing, financial reporting and working collaboratively in a team environment.”
The financial trouble for Ross that Frazier referenced in his comments regard cuts the district made in the past two years after the state reduced its funding. The district cut costs by $600,000 and $700,000 each year but put a property tax operating levy in front of voters this past week, which got struck down.
The levy will be on the ballot again in November, and if it fails, there is a possibility of the state taking financial control.
Ross Schools announced it is now searching for a treasurer replacement.