Orange City School District
Bylaws & Policies


The Board of Education has an obligation to the citizens of this District to employ the professional leadership best trained and equipped to meet the educational needs of their children. It shall meet that obligation by retaining only the best qualified person as Treasurer for this District.

The Board may, at any regular or special meeting held during the period beginning on the first day of January of the calendar year preceding the year the Treasurer's contract of employment expires and ending on the first day of March of the year the contract expires, re-employ the Treasurer for a succeeding term not longer than five (5) years, beginning the first day of August immediately following the expiration of the Treasurer's current term of employment and ending July 31st.

At the expiration of a Treasurer's current term of employment, the Treasurer is deemed re-employed for a term of one (1) year at the same salary plus any increment that the Board may authorize, unless the Board, on or before March 1st of the year in which his/her contract of employment expires, either re-employs the Treasurer for a succeeding term or gives to the Treasurer written notice of its intent not to re-employ the Treasurer.

Except for a Treasurer who is automatically disqualified from service for failing to hold a valid Treasurer's license and is not considered an "otherwise qualified Treasurer", the termination of the Treasurer's contract shall be in accordance with R.C. 3319.16 and may be terminated for good and just cause.

Reporting Professional Misconduct

Consistent with Policy 8141 and State law, the Board and/or the Superintendent will file a report to the Ohio Department of Education, on forms provided for that purpose, matters of professional misconduct on the part of the Treasurer, as a licensed professional, including a conviction of the Treasurer of certain enumerated crimes and/or conduct which is determined to be unbecoming to the teaching profession. Reports of any investigation regarding whether or not the Treasurer has committed an act or offense for which the Board is required to make a report to the Ohio Department of Education shall be kept in the personnel file of the Treasurer. Should the Ohio Department of Education determine that the results of that investigation do not warrant initiating an action suspending, revoking, or otherwise limiting the Treasurer's license, the report(s) of any investigation will be moved to a separate public file.

R.C. 3313.22, 3319.16, 3319.31, 3319.313, 3319.39
A.C. 3301-73-21

Revised 1/25/10