Position: Treasurer/Transportation Secretary
Accountability: Directly responsible to the superintendent.
Job Goal: To assist the superintendent in paper work and duties so that he/she may devote maximum attention to the central issues of education and educational administration; to contribute to effective school/public relations by prompt and courteous response to all inquires and visitors. To assure the smooth and efficient operation of the district office.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Perform any additional duties that are requested by the superintendent and board of education.
Assist in preparation and processing of purchase order.
Assist in keeping an accurate recording of all staff absences.
Keep personnel files updated.
Assist in preparation of warrants for payment.
Deposit all USD monies at the bank.
Maintain a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about students and personnel.
Responsible for making all motel reservations for workshops, in-services, and conferences district-wide.
Maintain the USD 102 policy books.
Maintain the district office supplies.
Distribute board of education materials.
Serve as the district’s representative for the Consortium (D&A testing).
Serve as District Treasurer.
Serve as an assistant to the superintendent.
Assist the superintendent in administration of personnel recruitment.
Take primary responsibility for all incoming calls to the district office and direct calls to the appropriate personnel.
Assist in scheduling the superintendent’s appointments.
Greet all visitors courteously, determine their needs, check appointments, and direct or escort them to the appropriate person.
As of December 2017, Cimarron Junior High and Senior High School served approximately 300 students in grades 7-12 and the Elementary School served approximately 400 in grades PreK-6. USD has 58 teachers as well as a full support of classified staff.
Cimarron has a strong tradition of high academic standards and outstanding athletic programs, which include football, volleyball, cross country, wrestling, basketball, golf, tennis, baseball, softball, and track. USD 102 is fortunate to enjoy support from the community in all efforts to make positive differences in students lives.
Our 7th-12th grade students are participating in the 1-to-1 Learning Initiative. All of our 9th-12th grade students receive a Macintosh laptop computer to assist them in their learning. We have 1-1 iPad initiatives for 7th-8th grade students. Ipad and chromebook carts are in the K-6th grade building.
In 2013, the patrons of USD 102 passed a $5.3 million addition to the grade school building. The bond passed 85% to 15%. This is one indication of the overwhelming support for education enjoyed by all employees of USD 102.
USD 102 is a member of the Southwest Plains Regional Service Center (SWPRSC) and the Southwest Kansas Area Cooperative District #613 (SKACD #613). Teachers receive professional development through SWPRSC while special education students are served via the SKACD organization.
We believe we the best students and facilities in Kansas. We invite you to visit our school.