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Five Year Forecast

Twice a year--once in October and once in May--school districts in Ohio  are required to file a five-year forecast with the Ohio Department of  Education. Five-year forecasts are simply an evaluation of the prior  three years’ financial activity of income and expenses (called  historical data), planned income and expenses for the current fiscal  year, and then forecasted (estimated) income and expenses for the final  four years of the forecast.
A five-year forecast is a good way  for the district’s board, treasurer and superintendent to make financial  plans for the future of Shawnee Local Schools. A well-prepared forecast  will provide a solid method of determining what lies ahead for the  future and whether any changes need to be made to current business  practices.
Please note there is an accompanying “Assumptions”  section to the forecast. The true value of the forecast rests with  reading and understanding the assumptions made for the numbers appearing  on the actual forecast.
If you have questions regarding the current five-year forecast, please contact the Treasurer’s Office at (419) 998-8033. 

Five Year Forecast Documents

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