• Public Notice:

    Education Code section 17620 and Government code section 65995 allows for the collection of development fees for the provision of school facilities. Code requires that a Developer Fee Justification Study occur at a minimum of every five years.  Cooperative Strategies has completed an updated study for the District. The State Allocation Board (SAB) sets the maximum rates that can be charged for Level I fees. This rate was adjusted by the SAB on January 22, 2020. Completion of the Developer Fee Justification Study allows the District to adjust our fees to the maximum as set by the SAB. Please click on the link to view this study.



  • Welcome to the Business Services Department

    The Business Services Department is the financial center of the District and is responsible for providing important financial information necessary to make critical decisions which ultimately affect programs, services, and classrooms. The district’s success is due, in large part, to a talented staff that is committed to ensuring every aspect of our organization contributes to student learning at the highest level.

    The Business Services Department is committed to high performance in the multiple areas of professional services we provide. We also value the efforts of our employees and the meaningful partnerships they form to support student achievement and exhibit excellent customer service. Our vision is to continue to be recognized by our community and external stakeholders as competent and caring professionals, who take personal ownership in finding answers to questions and solutions to problems; who are innovative, resourceful, collaborative, and helpful in facilitating stewardship and accountability of the institution’s financial resources.

    The Business Services Department is responsible for:

    • Payroll Processing
    • Accounts Payable and Receivable
    • Budget Development & Monitoring
    • Pupil Attendance Accounting
    • Risk Management - Property & Liability Insurance Claims
    • Collection of Developer Fees
    • Coordinating Financial Audits
    • Interpreting and Implementing Financial Rules & Regulations
    • Providing District-Wide Trainings in Fiscal-Related Subjects
    • Ensuring the Integrity of the District’s Financial Systems, Resources, Operations, and Accounts
    • Meeting Federal, State, & County Financial Reporting Requirements / Deadlines

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    Please contact Email HR/Payroll at hr_payroll@nmcusd.org if you need further assistance.