Lake County School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible For State Seal
Report 05-05, February 2005
- On October 28, 2002, the Lake County School Board agreed by a unanimous vote to institute the action plans in the Best Financial Management Practices Review (OPPAGA Report No. 01-68). OPPAGA developed these action plans to help the district implement
- As of January 2005, the district had implemented 86 of the 87 action plans contained in the OPPAGA report and had substantially implemented the remaining action plan. As a result, the district has put systems in place that should help it to significan
- By implementing report action plans, the district estimates that, to date, it has experienced a net positive fiscal impact of $2,560,468 and expects to achieve additional cost savings in the future.
- OPPAGA recommends that the State Board of Education award the Seal of Best Financial Management to the Lake County School District.
Some School Districts Can Take Steps to Reduce Their Food Service Costs and Ensure Self-Sufficiency
Report 04-32 May 2004
With Effective Planning, Accountability, and Oversight, School Districts Can Successfully Outsource Services
Report 04-26 March 2004
School Districts Can Take Steps to Substantially Reduce Their Transportation Costs
Report 04-10 February 2004
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