Finance & OperationsAssistant Superintendent of Finance, Operations and Human Resources: Garth Steedman
Secretary: Ioanna Cossack360.473.1031The Finance and Operations Department provides fiscal management, business, and operational support to the Bremerton School District. Our office develops the District's budget and other essential financial documents and services, including: payroll, purchasing, warehouse/delivery services, child nutrition services, transportation, maintenance of facilities and grounds, capital construction, risk management, print operations, safety and emergency preparedness. We are fiscally responsible and will continue to use our available resources to support and enhance student achievement.2018/2019 Budget: The draft budget was presented and adopted by the Board of Directors on August 16, 2018.OSPI Form 195 - 2018-2019 Budget Information
View 2017-2018 Budget Information:
Presentation to the Board - August 2017
OSPI Form 195 - 2017-2018 Budget Information
View the 2012 Bremerton Study and Survey now.
View the recent Demographics Study (presented to the Board on July 12, 2018).District Financial InformationThe State of Washington is the main source of funds for public schools, contributing approximately 68% of the cost of education. To make up the difference, schools obtain needed funds through local levies and federal grants. In Bremerton, local funding accounts for 20%, and Federal programs 12% of the total district budget.The educational program of the Bremerton School District is budgeted at $12,380 for each full-time student. These funds are allocated from the state, Federal programs, and levy funds. Additional financial information can be found on the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction's website.
For more information, please contact Bremerton School District Finance and Operations at 473-1031.
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