- Administrative Expenditures Report
- Audited Financial Information
- Fiscal Transparency Reporting
- SDOC Budget & Average Salaries
Click the links below to review fiscal year administrative expenditures reports. For additional information, please contact Jay Schickling, Chief Financial Officer @
2016 Administrative Expenditures Report
Click the links below to review fiscal year annual reports. For additional information, please contact Jay Schickling, Chief Financial Officer @
In accordance with South Carolina law (Spending Transparency Act No. 23), the School District of Oconee County posts non-salary expenditures of $100 or more as well as purchasing card statements each month. These online records will remain available for five years.
All expenditures made on the transparency reports are paid using a 16-digit account structure established by the SC Department of Education. The funding source of each transaction is indicated by the account code. Only account codes beginning with "100" are General Fund expenditures which are funded from local tax collections and State revenue. Any other expenditures not paid from the General Fund are funded from Federal revenue, other State grants, special revenue or student activity collections. These types of expenditures are not paid from local tax dollars.
According to Proviso 1.3 – Pursuant to Section 59-20-80, each school board of trustees must make available by September first each school year its annual budget that includes state, local, and federal investments in education. The budget must be available on the district’s website. The department, in collaboration with local school districts, will provide a template that each district must use in reporting its budget.
SECTION 59-20-80. School budgets must be made public; itemization of salaries.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each school board of trustees in this State shall annually make available to the general public its budget for that year, which budget shall include an itemized list of the average salaries paid to the superintendents, supervisors, administrators, principals, consultants, counselors and teachers employed by the district. No state aid shall be given to any school district whose board of trustees fails to comply with the provisions of this chapter.