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  Nicholas Ciarniello Hired As Treasurer At Boardman Schools  
  July 27, 2017 Edition  
Nicholas Ciarniello
      Meeting on Monday night, the Boardman Board of Education approved Nicholas E. Ciarniello as the system new treasurer. He replaces L. Greg Slemons who resigned in January to assume a position with the Youngstown City School District.
      Ciarniello, 28, earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a major in accounting on Dec., 2012 from Youngstown State University, and earned his Ohio School treasurer’s License at Ashland University.
      He will assume his duties on Aug. 14.
      Ciarniello will join the Boardman Local Schools after a short employment with the national Industrial Lumber Co., in Hartville, Oh., where he served as an analyst and accounts payable specialist.
      He was employed from Mar, 2014 through Mar., 2017 with Rea and Associates in Medina, Oh., where he served as the incharge government auditor, where he had experience in the fiscal operations of school districts, and performed audits over accounting and financial reporting procedures.
      He also served as an accountant in the offices of Steve Shelton Inc., in Youngstown.
      Ciarnello’s starting annual salary with will be about $70,000.
      “After a thorough and painstaking search, Boardman has found a detail-oriented candidate in Nick Ciarniello, said Superintendent Tim Saxton. “I am impressed by his enthusiasm and fiscal knowledge and believe he will support the district’s goal of fiscal responsibility.”
      “I am honored to be selected as Boardman Local School’s next treasurer. I look forward to being a part of such a strong leadership team as they continue to move the district forward,” Ciarniello said.
      Boardman Local Schools receive $43.9 million from all funding sources (federal, state, and local); and lose about $820,000 a year to charter school funding, and another $1.03 million to open enrollment.
 
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