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The Business Office administers district-wide purchasing and oversees the operation of the maintenance/custodial, transportation and food service departments. In addition, the Business Office administers the Board of Education approved permanent improvement budget as well as facility planning, building renovations and new construction. The Director of Business Operations also coordinates the annual appropriations process, regularly monitors budget accounts and manages cost control programs to maximize the district's financial resources.
Centerville City Schools is a member of the Southwestern Ohio Education Purchasing Council. The purchasing council is a collection of 180 Ohio school districts from 18 counties. Membership generates considerable savings by providing purchasing power for aggregate volumes on goods and services such as classroom and office supplies, furniture, food, vehicles, utilities and insurance.
The building maintenance staff, nine full-time employees along with part-time summer help, maintains 15 facilities that include 1.3 million square feet of building space and 343 acres of grounds. The maintenance team helps support students and staff by maintaining a quality learning environment in all of our classrooms and provides operation services throughout the district. The maintenance department works hard to keep the facilities in operating order throughout the year. Work is constantly being done to make repairs, replace equipment and deliver a preventative maintenance program for the district.
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Substitute custodians are needed for both day and evening shifts. For more information, please email Jon Wesney or call (937) 433-8841.
Bus driver substitutes are a necessity with more than 100 buses on the road each day. For more information, please email Andy Trick or call (937) 885-7776.
Kitchen substitutes also are needed at all buildings, and hours are between 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. so you would be able to get your children to school and pick them up. For more information, please email Olivia Stone or call (937) 433-8841.