Five-year Forecast Submissions of Traditional and Joint Vocational Districts
The five-year forecast serves as a tool to communicate and assess the financial health of a school district. City, local, exempted village and joint vocational school districts are required to submit five-year forecasts twice annually to the Ohio Department of Education (see Ohio Revised Code 5705.391 and Ohio Administrative Code 3301-92-04) and may elect to submit additional updates at any time.
Each five-year forecast contains two components: 1) historical and projected financial data and 2) notes to explain any significant changes or “assumptions” a district used to develop the reported financial projections. For more detailed information about five-year forecast content, please visit the “How to Read a Five-Year Forecast” webpage.
For questions regarding any of the information provided here, please email FiscalOversight@education.ohio.gov.
Five-Year Forecast Part 1: Financial Data
Five-Year Forecast Part 2: Notes and Assumptions
Five-Year Forecast Analytics
- Cash Balance Reports by fiscal year provide the ending cash balance, total expenditures and cash as a percentage of expenditures for each reported district.
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