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Business & Finance

The District 191 finance department aims to support educational and administrative staff efficiently, effectively and accurately so they may better serve our District's students, as well as to focus allocation of District human, financial and physical resources based on meeting specific students needs for learning, support, services and development.

Business & Finance Department Contacts

The District 191 Business and Finance Offices are located at Diamondhead Education Center, 200 W. Burnsville Parkway, Burnsville, MN 55337.

TYLER DEHNE

DIR FINANCE

Responsibilities include:

  • General accounting questions
  • Coding assistance
  • Tax exempt information
  • Annual audit
  • Budget inquiries
  • Funding inquiries
  • Levy, state aid, federal grants and local grants

STACY KAISERSHOT

ACE L4 ADMIN ASST/SPECIALIST, Payroll

Responsibilities include:

  • Payroll inquiries
  • Insurance reconciliations

JARROD LEAKE

ACCOUNTING & COMPLIANCE COORD

Responsibilities include:

  • Local, state, & federal regulation compliance
  • Revenue inquiries
  • UFARS crosswalks
  • Vendor additions/updates
  • Purchasing agreements/contracts/leases

CHRISTINE ROBASSE

PYRL SUPERVISOR

Responsibilities include:

  • Payroll Entry
  • MyTime questions
  • Deduction verification
  • Payroll vendor payments
  • Payroll tax reporting
  • TRA/PERA reporting
  • Direct Deposit generation

MICHELE WILSON

ACE L4 ADMIN ASST/SPECIALIST

Responsibilities include:

  • Accounts payable (A-Z)
  • Vendor payments
  • Employee reimbursement
  • 1099s

JULIE ZELLMER

ACE L4 ADMIN ASST/SPECIALIST

Responsibilities include:

  • Title expenses
  • Student activity reconciliation
  • Expense transfer requests
  • Journal entries
  • Retiree insurance payments
  • Misc. MDE reporting
  • Receipts/deposits
  • Generate invoices
  • Federal/state payments

Finance News

Over the course of the next few months, District 191 will develop a budget for the 2024-25 school year. As always, District 191 will take a values- and priorities-based approach to creating next year’s budget, including achieving the district’s Strategic Directions and its commitment to be a PreK-12 Pathways district. 

District 191 residents will have the opportunity to comment on the district's proposed tax levy for 2024 as part of the annual Truth in Taxation meeting, scheduled for Dec. 14 at 6:30 p.m.

Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 has received an award for financial reporting from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE), Division of School Finance.

Current Financial Information

Past Financial Information

If you're unable to find the past financial information you're looking for, please contact Finance Director Tyler Dehne.

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