FAIRBORN — The Fairborn City School District introduced Nicole Marshall as the new treasurer for the district on Thursday.
Marshall, former assistant treasurer at Kettering City Schools, will be replacing Eric Beavers who will be moving on to Vandalia-Butler City Schools to serve in the same position. Beavers will remain in Fairborn through June 30.
Board President Tess Little stated that Marshall has received a three-year contract and her annual salary will be $106,500. Marshall will start her new position on Aug. 4. Marshall has been the assistant treasurer at Kettering for the last two and a half years. She also served at the state auditor’s office for seven years.
Fairborn assistant treasurer Julie Turner will serve as interim treasurer until Marshall’s first day.
In other board business, the district was presented with the “Auditor of State” award at Thursday’s board meeting. District Treasurer Eric Beavers and the Fairborn Board of Education accepted the award on behalf of the district.
Public entities that receive the award must meet the following criteria for a clean audit. The district must file timely reports with the Auditor of State’s office in accordance with GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles). Additionally, the audit report does not contain any findings for recovery, material citations, material weaknesses or other deficiencies.
“We are very proud to receive this award for another year and are thankful for the dedication and professionalism Mr. Beavers has shown in our district,” said Little.
This is the second time that Beavers and Fairborn City Schools have been presented with the “Auditor of State” award.