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This profile was last updated on 8/11/05  and contains information from public web pages.

Employment History

  • Business Manager
    Bayfield School District
  • Finance Manager
    Bayfield School District
  • Financial Manager
    Bayfield School District
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The Daily Press - Ashland, Wisconsin, 11 Aug 2005 [cached]
Nancy Heaton, the Bayfield School District's business manager, said the district plans to levy $235,440 in property taxes next year to pay for the recreation center.This translates into a 41-cent mill rate, which means an average property valued at $200,000 will owe $82 to the center. Last year, the mill rate for the center was 28 cents, but the district also used $28,000 out of its fund balance to pay for the facility, she said. Heaton estimates the district will raise about $100,000 in membership fees next year, for a total operating budget of about $335,000.Of that amount, about $50,000 is earmarked for major repairs at the facility, she noted.
The Daily Press - Ashland, Wisconsin, 20 June 2003 [cached]
Bayfield School District Finance Manager Nancy Heaton outlined the preliminary budget citing key budgetary line items.
Heaton said the equalization aid from the state to the district dropped 15 percent resulting in a total school levy of $3.3 million; a 7.4 percent difference from last year's levy.The mill rate is expected to drop from $8.03 to $7.50."The mill rate won't be known until land values are sent next fall.We expect land value to rise15 percent," Heaton said.
Two large increases in the 2003-2004 budget included an increase in employee health insurance of $201,000 and providing for the open enrollment deficit of $199,500.
In the district's general operating fund, Heaton said total revenues and other financing sources totaled $6.3 million while the total expenditures and other financing uses totaled $6.5 million.
The Daily Press - Ashland, Wisconsin, 15 April 2004 [cached]
"Our general fund has been absorbing the difference," said the Bayfield School District's financial manager, Nancy Heaton.
Preliminary layoff notices were issued to the two AIA teachers in February when projected enrollments showed 12 or 13 students instead of the average of 16 to 18, but the numbers have gone up and administrators say both instructors will most likely return next year.
Heaton said the district's intention was never to lay off both teachers, but to prepare for possible decreases in the number of students enrolled in the alternative education program.
"They're not our employees; they're CESA employees," Heaton said.
The Daily Press - Ashland, WI [cached]
"We would stress to all of them that these are preliminary notices only," said the district's finance manager, Nancy Heaton.
"In the cases of the ones that had partial layoffs, what was done was to look at this year's schedule and try to determine if there was any open periods in their schedule that could be cut back," Heaton said.
Seven of the full-time layoff notices were issued to K-8 teaching staff in the Bayfield Elementary and Middle School.
"At this time, there are no program layoffs at all, like cutting a Spanish teacher or anything like that," she said."Quite a few full-time (layoffs) are K-8 staff, and that is a precautionary layoff because the board has not finished discussing the configuration of the elementary-middle school for next year."
Teachers who received layoff notices have five days to request a private conference with the Bayfield School Board, Heaton said.
"Some of the teachers, I know, are working on those right now," Heaton said.
"I can't really talk as to what they're considering doing because there's too many things on the table right now," Heaton said.
Based on preliminary estimates, Heaton said the district is facing a possible $800,000 deficit for next school year.
"The initial budget I prepared was just based on straight percentage increases for different categories," Heaton said.
The Daily Press - Ashland, Wisconsin, 1 June 2004 [cached]
"It (TEACH) really doesn't impact us very much because we've had two very large federal grants for technology in the last eight to ten years," said Nancy Heaton, Bayfield's financial manager. Through a portion of No Child Left Behind called Enhancing Education Through Technology, Pokryzwinski said states can appropriate limited amounts of federal grant money to local schools. "It's nothing like what schools got through TEACH," she said.
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