Todd Griffith has been Treasurer of Licking Heights Local Schools since June 2017. In this position, Mr. Griffith works with the Board of Education and administration to provide prudent financial management and leadership. The Treasurer's Office is responsible for all fiscal operations of the District. This includes budgeting, forecasting, investing, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, financial reporting and serving as public records custodian.
Mr. Griffith has served Licking Heights since July, 2016. Prior to his time at Licking Heights, Mr. Griffith served as an administrator for South-Western City Schools, as well as in the treasury department at Vandalia-Butler City Schools. Before entering the public sector, Mr. Griffith worked in the financial industry for several years.
Mr. Griffith received his undergraduate degree from Ohio University and completed his Treasurer’s coursework from the University of Dayton. He holds an active School Treasurer license. Mr. Griffith is a member of the Ohio Association of School Business Officials.
Role of the Treasurer at meetings of the Board of Education
The treasurer serves as the chief financial officer of the school district and is responsible for the receipt, investment, accounting and disbursement of all types of public funds as required by law and in accordance with board policies. The treasurer is not a member of the board, but serves as its secretary at board meetings.