Credit Card Use
Employees may use school district credit cards for the actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of work-related duties.
Employees and officers using a school district credit card must submit a detailed receipt in addition to a credit card receipt indicating the date, purpose and nature of the expense for each claim item. Failure to provide a proper receipt shall make the employee responsible for expenses incurred. Those expenses are reimbursed to the school district no later than ten working days following use of the school district’s credit card. In exceptional circumstances, the superintendent or board may allow a claim without proper receipt. Written documentation explaining the exceptional circumstances shall be maintained as part of the school district’s record of the claim.
The school district may maintain a school district credit card for actual and necessary expenses incurred by employees and officers in the performance of their duties. The superintendent may maintain a school district credit card for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of the superintendent’s duties. The transportation director may maintain a school district credit card for fueling school district transportation vehicles in accordance with board policy.
It is the responsibility of the superintendent to determine whether the school district credit card use is for appropriate school business. It is the responsibility of the board to determine through the audit and approval process of the board whether the school district credit card used by the superintendent and the board is for appropriate school business.Download PDF
Date of Adoption
January 9, 1995
Date of Revision
November 27, 2000
November 25, 2002
July 19, 2010
May 14, 2012