SOUTH DAYTON - The Pine Valley Central School District has a clean audit.
Cathie Bridges from RA Mercer gave the audit presentation to board members. Bridges commended the school for having a smooth transition between business executives. Former business executive Marlene Przybicen retired and Deanna Schettine took her place.
"It went quite well," Bridges said. "It was a smooth transition."
Bridges said the district's revenue is decreasing but the district has reserve accounts it has been using the past few school years. The district has also kept the tax levy equal. Bridges pointed out one of the high costs for a rural district, such as Pine Valley, is transportation costs.
Bridges also commended the district for having no noncompliance issues and no reports. The only problem Bridges expressed on was the amount in reserves for the district is higher than the state's recommended balance.
"It was a very good year," Bridges said.
The Jog for Jimmy will be held Saturday with registration starting at 9 a.m. Students from the district will also be helping out at the Cherry Creek Village Park from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. as part of Make A Difference Day.