Business Services supports the Newport-Mesa Unified School District's vision to provide a world-class education for every child, every day. This support is exhibited by maximizing NMUSD's resources, providing quality educational facilities and maintaining schools to the highest standards.
In addition, Business Services manages the Measure F Bond projects , the District's Community Facilities District No. 90-1 and Community Facilities District No. 98-1, prepares and monitors student enrollment predictions and demographic data. These departments report to the Deputy Superintendent and Chief Business Official.
GIFTS, DONATIONS, GRANTS, AND BEQUESTS
The Board of Education may accept any bequest or gift of money or property on behalf of the District for the benefit of the District. The gifts, donations, grants, and bequests may be made subject to conditions or restrictions that the Board of Education may prescribe.
Newport-Mesa USD Annual Financial Reports
Building Fund (Measure F) Financial and Performance Audits
The financial statements include only the Building Fund of the Newport-Mesa USD used to account for Measure F projects. This Fund was established to account for the expenditures of general obligation bonds issued under the General Obligation Bond Election of 2005.
Bonita Canyon Public Facilities Financing Authority Annual Financial Reports
The Bonita Canyon Public Facilities Financing Authority was formed between the Irvine Unified School District, Newport-Mesa Unified School District, and the City of Newport Beach as a Joint Powers Authority. In 1999, Irvine Unified School District withdrew from the Authority. The purpose of the Authority is to finance the costs of certain school facilities, public parks, and recreation facilities, and street improvements and facilities within the CFD 98-1 boundaries.
Bonita Canyon Public Facilities Financing Authority
Regular Meeting of the Governing Board
Next Meeting August, 2017