SCPCSD Financial Services
Welcome to the South Carolina Public Charter School District Financial Services homepage. Please contact our division team members with questions or concerns in the following areas:
- Accounts Payable
- Budget Management
- Employee Self Service portal
- Insurance and Benefits
Financial Services Mission
In a spirit of excellence, integrity, and dedication, this Department is committed to the utilization of all fiscal resources in such a way as to support all the goals and objectives set forth by district administration.
We strive to be exemplary in all activities and continuously exceed expectations. We endeavor to implement the financial policies and regulations of the South Carolina Public Charter School District in such a way as to maximize the value of all educational resources while building the best possible relationships with schools, school district officials, board of trustees, vendors, taxpayers and the community.
The Financial Services Office is responsible for accurately maintaining accounts payable, receipting, fixed assets, general ledger, financial reporting, grants, and human resources of South Carolina Public Charter School District.
The Financial Services Office handles procurement services and conveys necessary information regarding solicitations and awards for departments, schools and vendors.
Our finance staff makes sure that our district continues to function at the highest level possible, and the needs of our schools, district staff are always effectively and efficiently met. We are responsible for supporting the ongoing operations, growth, and development of the entire district.
Goals and Objectives
While building trust through transparency and planning for our future, we must inform and educate our community about South Carolina Public Charter School District financial operations.
1. Develop a plan for a healthy fiscal future and educate the community about that plan.
2. Continuously measure the success of the plan and research new opportunities for financial diversification and cost savings.
3. Encourage advocacy for ongoing support.