Finance Division of Accounts Payable


  • Our mission is to provide timely and accurate expenditure processing of

    Cleveland Metropolitan School District funds while maintaining an

    exceptional level of customer service and financial control.

     

    All processing procedures in Accounts Payable are consistent with the 

    Cleveland Metropolitan School District and the State of Ohio guidelines. 

    The Accounts Payable Division is an essential support function in

    Educating Cleveland’s Children.


    Accounts Payable Contacts

    1111 Superior Ave E
    Cleveland, Ohio 44114
    Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    MAIN PHONE: 216-838-0380 (Centrally managed voicemail - 24-hour response)

    Mychael Henderson, Executive Director  (216) 838-0076

    Diana Giraldo, Manager Accounts Payable - (216) 838-0385

     
     

    Accounts Payable Specialist

    Arlene Schaefer
    216.838.0387 
    Supplier Responsibiliites : G,I,J,K,M,P,Q,V
    Betty Kucinski
    216.838.0386
    Supplier Responsibilities : L,Z, Food Services, Construction/Trades, Jane Addams Kitchen, Law Dept., Benefits, Transportation
    Danielle Hampton
    216.838.0392
    Supplier Responsibilities : A,F,H,N,X,Y
    Technology Utilities: AT&T, T-Mobile/Sprint, ENA, Spectrum/Time Warner, Windstream, Connect
     
    Lisa Gretchen
    216.838.0396
    Supplier Responsibilities : D,E,R,S,U
    Sonora Cox
    216.838.4995 
    Supplier Responsibilities : B,C,O,T,W 
    Utilities : Cleveland Division of Water, Northeast Ohio Sewer District, 
    Dominion East Ohio gas, Cleveland Public Power, First Energy/Illuminating Co., IGS Energy, Cleveland Thermal
    Bridget Puchajda
    216.838.0399 
    Supplier Responsibilities : Uniglobe, Advance Ohio/Plain Dealer

    All Supplier Invoices, Statements, and requests for payment status should be submitted to APInvoice@ClevelandMetroSchools.org 

    *All Utility Invoices, Bills & Statements, Disconnection Notices should be submitted to AP-Utility@ClevelandMetroSchools.org

    Please bear in mind that the USPS has been experiencing delays in the delivery of the mail. So additional processing time may be added to the normal mail delivery schedule.