News & Press: IASBO News


Wednesday, January 2, 2019  


The Indiana ASBO Board of Directors has created a fourth level for the IASBO Sponsorship Program.  The “Emerald” sponsorship category is the highest level for the sponsorship program.  The benefits of the Emerald level can be found on the IASBO website.  The IASBO policy is that only three firms can be at the Emerald level.

Indiana ASBO is very pleased to announce that the following firms have notified IASBO that they will be Emerald sponsors beginning on January 1, 2019: 




IASBO thanks these firms for stepping up and their continuing support of the Indiana ASBO membership.



On December 31, 2018, the Distressed Unit Appeals Board released the School Corporation Fiscal Indicators.  The indicators for all Indiana public school corporations can be accessed at


Indiana ASBO thanks Courtney Schaafsma, DUAB Executive Director, and the members of the committee for their work on the indicators.  Specifically, IASBO thanks Dave Holt for representing Indiana ASBO on the committee and Melissa Ambre for representing the DOE on the committee.


The notice from DUAB states the following:


“Pursuant to Indiana Code 20-19-7, the School Corporation Fiscal and Qualitative Indicators Committee (“Committee”) was established in 2018 to determine fiscal and qualitative indicators to be used for evaluating the financial condition of school corporations and the presentation of the identified indicators in an Internet dashboard format. The Committee presented its recommended indicators to the State Budget Committee earlier this year.


The Indicators will be updated annually as new financial information becomes available. Links to supporting documentation, including instructions on how to use the indicators and downloadable data, are available here:



Position:            Corporation Treasurer
Corporation:      Greencastle Community School Corporation  


Position:            Deputy Treasurer
Corporation:      Warsaw Community Schools

Reports to: Chief Financial Officer

General Summary:  The Deputy Treasurer performs various business department tasks and assignments, to ensure fiscal responsibility in terms of budget, that all internal controls are appropriately followed, and all assigned tasks are efficiently and effectively completed.

Essential Functions:

  • Prepare and issue official Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) receipts
  • Ensure proper coding and posting of funds to the correct general ledger accounts
  • Provide reporting of receipts to administrators as requested
  • Receive monthly extra-curricular reports from all WCS schools
  • Review reports for irregularities or payments to employees that should be paid through payroll
  • Maintain files with completed monthly and annual extra-curricular reports
  • Assist with bi-annual Indiana State Board of Accounts audits of extra-curricular reports
  • Assist Chief Financial Officer and/or Treasurer to prepare various financial and/or state reports including but not limited to month text book rentals (TBR) and receivables
  • Coordinates and trains building staff on the use of Alio textbook software
  • Serve as primary back up and point of contact in the event and Treasurer is unavailable
  • Liaison for ECA building treasurers and central office to include communications of policies, procedures, and training
  • Prepares and makes bank deposits on an as needed basis
  • Signatory backup for Treasurer for banking activities, reporting and accounting software functions
  • Manages petty cash account
  • Bonded position to receive funds for the school corporation
  • Assist with business department projects as needed
  • Performs other reasonably-related duties as may be assigned by the Treasurer and/or the Chief Financial Officer


  • Preferred Education - Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting or equivalent
  • Required Experience – school and/or business accounting
  • Must be able to be bonded
  • Knowledge and understanding of general accounting principles
  • Knowledge and adept in use of hardware and software applications including Microsoft Office Suite with advanced Excel skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of up-to-date on current laws, regulations and procedures governing school management at the state and federal levels
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple activities to meet deadlines under time constraints
  • Ability to communicate orally in writing sufficient to express ideas, thoughts and instructions clearly to staff, patrons and students
  • Ability to collaborate effectively on inter-and intra-agency levels
  • Ability to understand and maintain program finances within an assigned budget
  • Some travel required

Length: 260 days/52 weeks

Position Type: Non-Exempt

Link to Position: