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2015 FINANCIAL ANNUAL REPORT Our school district is well positioned for today and tomorrow, and I am proud of the work we are doing at Mariemont City Schools. Our strategic plan, Destination 2026, provides us with a focus to do the work that will make us an even better school district. From kindergarten through 12th grade, staff members are identifying ways to make real-life connections to the curriculum and extend learning beyond textbooks and the four walls of the classroom. We are constantly looking at all areas of study to see how we can enhance and refine the learning experience for all students. Every day, we work to systemically increase individual student achievement through rigorous curriculum design, instructional best practices and purposeful environments. We approach each day with a passion and positive attitude and invest the time to care, listen and respond. We will always strive to best meet the needs of all students. As part of this commitment, we have recently launched Warriors BEyond, the district’s flagship program for student

My top priority is to provide strong fiscal management for Mariemont City Schools. Our community has high expectations for its school district. I work hard to meet these expectations, and I appreciate the support we are so fortunate to receive. Excellence defines our financial operations, academic achievements and curricular offerings, yet we continue to seek efficiencies and savings, look for ways to streamline our work and share services where possible to stretch every dollar. We also make sure our voice is heard at the state level to protect and preserve our state funding. Superintendent Steven Estepp and I believe in excellence now and excellence in the future for Mariemont City Schools. We believe strong fiscal stewardship is essential to the excellence that we provide in the classroom, and we

opportunities beyond the traditional curriculum, including enrichment experiences, travel opportunities and service learning for students of all grade levels. From after-school art enrichment to international global student summits, Warriors BEyond is focused on giving every student the chance to lead, reach and explore. I have seen with my own eyes how this program has ignited student interests and passions in ways they might not have thought previously possible. This is the work that sets us apart. It is a great time to be a part of Mariemont City Schools. I am proud of the work we are doing, and I truly hope that you are as well. Because of the thoughtful support of our community and the relentless dedication of our staff, Mariemont City Schools will continue doing great things for our children! Sincerely,

Steven Estepp Superintendent, Mariemont City Schools

are both committed to it, while still providing a diverse and robust curriculum for our students. Our schools are outstanding because we have excellent staff members who relentlessly serve our children and excellent communities who care about and value education. I am confident that our excellence will continue in the future. Thank you, as always, for your continued support of Mariemont City Schools. Respectfully,

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Mariemont City School District 2 Warrior Way Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Phone: 513-272-7500 Fax: 513-527-3436

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Mariemont High School 1 Warrior Way Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Phone: 513-272-7600 Fax: 513-527-5991

Mariemont Junior High School 3847 Southern Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Phone: 513-272-7300

Mariemont Elementary School 6750 Wooster Pike Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Phone: 513-272-7400 Fax: 513-527-3411

Terrace Park Elementary School 723 Elm Avenue Terrace Park, Ohio 45174 Phone: 513-272-7700 Fax: 513-831-1249

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Administrative Team Steven Estepp .................. Superintendent Tom Golinar .................... Treasurer/CFO James Renner, Ph.D......... Principal, Mariemont High School Trevor Block .................... Assistant Principal, Mariemont High School Director of Data and Assessment Tom Nerl........................... Athletic Director Molly Connaughton......... Principal, Mariemont Junior High School Ericka Simmons............... Principal, Mariemont Elementary School Tami Croll........................ Dean of Students, Mariemont Elementary School Linda Lee.......................... Principal, Terrace Park Elementary School Tricia Buchert.................. Director of Student Services Lance Hollander .............. Director of District Operations

Tom Golinar Treasurer, Mariemont City Schools

Board of Education

Shannon Kromer............. Director of Teaching and Learning

Nan Dill Bill Flynn Mike Gaburo Kelli Neville Ken White

www.mariemontschools.org

Josephine McKenrick....... Director of Communications

Tradition. Community. Innovation.


Excellence Now. Excellence in the Future.

2015 Achievement at a Glance

Enrollment by the Numbers

Other 1%

Terrace Park Elementary

346

Years served in the district by current staff members

1,942 iPad apps used by the district for instruction

2004

Mariemont High School

2005

520

2006

Total Enrollment: 1728

Total: $23,035,022

National Merit Scholars

 Real Estate Taxes  Fees  Interest

Expenditures Extracurricular 3%

Arts Performances

Other 1%

Transportation 4%

District Staffing

Administrative & Fiscal Services 10%

77

AP Scholars 64%

94%

20% 6% 6% 4%

Funding  Homestead & Rollback  Tangible Personal Property Tax R  eimbursements

Maintenance & Facilities 13%

Clerical Staff

Administrative Staff

Maintenance & Custodial Staff

Instruction 69%

Total: $20,857,362

Total: $460,000

For more information about Mariemont City Schools, please visit the school district website at www.mariemontschools.org.

2008

Lunches served

2009

70,165

2010 2011

Savings From Cost Reductions, Cost Avoidance, and Efficiencies

Teaching Staff

Aides

2007

 State Per Pupil

2012

Miles driven

2013

114,000

2014 2015 2016 PROJECTED

47

of the graduating class pursued higher education opportunities at 99 institutions across 16 states

Excellence by the Numbers

Locally Generated Revenue

525

14

$2,500,000 2,500,000

264

$2,000,000 2,000,000

73%

Mariemont Junior High

State Revenue

$1,500,000 1,500,000

27%

593

1,000,000 $1,000,000

Mariemont Elementary

0 $0

participants in after-school art and music enrichment opportunities through Warriors BEyond

State Revenue 27%

Local Taxes 72%

District Revenue from Tangible Personal Property Tax

Where Does the Money Come From to Educate Your Child?

500,000 $500,000

258

Revenues

2017 2018 2019 2020

Dollars offered to MHS students in 2015 for meritbased scholarships:

$

$4,100,000

2015 Financial Annual Report  

A snapshot of the financial state of the Mariemont City School District.