The Finance Department manages all fiscal affairs of the Limestone Charter Association (LCA) including accounting, budgeting, purchasing, and file state and federal grant reimbursement claims for our schools. All accounting is in compliance with applicable State Department of Education regulations and state statutes. LCA is audited annually by external auditors.

Surplus Property

Proviso 1.113 Surplus Property-Proviso 1.113:  Directs school districts to follow a process for transferring, or offering for sale or lease, certain surplus property that has been vacant, unused, or unused for direct student instruction for four years and not included in the school district’s capital improvement plan for future use. School districts must publish a list of all qualifying district property that is available for transfer to governmental subdivisions or state agencies or for sale or lease. Limestone Charter Association currently has no surplus property meeting this criteria.