Director, Business Services
Director of Business Operations is Scott Gilbert. In concert with his team of talented professionals, Mr. Gilbert oversees the day-to-day operations of the Miamisburg City School District in the areas of purchasing, contracts and agreements, construction services, transportation, maintenance, food service and district building operations. The department is also responsible for scheduling building facilities used by community groups. The Athletic Department is responsible for scheduling use of wood floor gymnasiums and outdoor athletic facilities.
The District participates in a shared service purchasing consortium, the Southwestern Ohio Educational Purchasing Council (EPC), which was formed in 1968. This Council serves as a purchasing cooperative, which services approximately 126 school districts in 18 counties, which competitively bids contracts for various products and services. The combined purchasing power of these districts enables for districts to purchase, based on competitively bid contracts, supplies and services. The EPC is a member of a state wide purchasing consortium, OCEPC, which includes nine other cooperatives. The OCEPC provides all 126 districts, who are participating members of the Southwestern Ohio Educational Purchasing Council, the opportunity for additional contract savings by also being a member of the Association of Educational Purchasing Agencies (AEPA).
The district operates a fleet of 55 buses which, on average, transports approximately 3,500 students daily to and from Miamisburg school buildings, extra-curricular events and private and parochial schools. The fleet of buses travel approximately 650,000 miles each year. For additional information about Transportation, including bus routes, review the Transportation link on the district website.
Transportation Supervisor-David Oglesby
The maintenance and custodial staff is focused on work performance to maintain, repair and clean twelve (12) district building locations which consist of approximately 1 million square feet and 100 plus acres of grounds.
Maintenance Supervisor-Rich Baker
Assistant Maintenance Supervisor-Ed Hutchison
The Construction Services Supervisor is responsible for monitoring the district new construction and renovation projects, which utilizes the community bond levy of $78.5 million passed in March 2008. Since 2007 the district has worked on new construction and renovations projects which included a new Primary building (Maddux-Lang Primary School), two new elementary structures (Jane Chance and revitalized Kinder Elementary with new classroom addition); new Middle School (Grades 6-8); High School new academic wing construction and interior renovation project and renovation construction of security vestibules in our existing elementary buildings.
The Nutrition Service department prepares and serves approximately 3,150 lunch meals and 582 breakfast meals per school day. The Nutrition Service department focuses on providing good, nutritious meals that students will enjoy and meeting the Federal and State guidelines. The department is challenged with new mandates but continues to provide our students with meals which focus on nutrition and wellness.
Food Service Supervisor-Theresa Courtney