The Marion City School District
is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Treasurer. The Board of Education
seeks an effective and experienced leader in education and administration. It is preferred that the new Treasurer will begin by August 1, 2023.
Marion City Schools
is fortunate to be in a community that supports the education of their youth and believes in a free, public education. In 2020 their renewal levy was passed, and their buildings are updated and are state-of-the-art in terms of space and technology. The District's Four Pillars follow distinct themes including Leadership, Learning, Literacy, and Legacy. They want their students to leave high school with not only their diploma but also acceptance into a two- or four-year college, an adult training program, the military, or a high-paying, in-demand job.
The District's appropriations for FY23 are $88,416,391, which includes federal grant dollars (non-food service) of $16,773561, and excluding ESSER, grant dollars of $10,668,863. General fund appropriations are $60,000,000, with revenue 20% Local and 80% State. The District currently manages 32 federal/state program grants.
It is preferred that the new Treasurer will begin by August 1, 2023.