School District 46 school board received a brief presentation Sept. 14 outlining its clean audit.
Richard Wilson of the Crowe MacKay accounting firm presented the external company’s draft audit report. “The accompanying financial statements present fairly in all material respects the financial position that the district has at June 30th 2022 and its results of operations and its cash flows for the year that ended in accordance with requirements of section 23.1 of the budget transparency and accountability act of British Columbia," he said.
In other financial news from the school board meeting, secretary-treasurer Nicholas Westwick announced the district has received about $422,210 in one-time funding from the Student and Family Affordability Fund.
It must be used by June 30, and the intention is to improve student access to food nutrition before, during and after school, and relief of fees and costs for families. He said there’s more information to come about that funding.