Groveport Madison Schools treasurer to retire


Groveport Madison Schools Treasurer Felicia Drummey announced she would retire from the district effective July 31, 2023.

Drummey began with Groveport Madison Schools on Feb. 1, 2020, having come from Coshocton City Schools.

“It has been an honor to serve as the treasurer of Groveport Madison Schools,” said Drummey. “I’ve been inspired by the flexibility and resilience all Cruisers demonstrate and their ability to adapt and adjust throughout challenging times. I’m glad to have had the opportunity to help navigate these challenges, and I wish Groveport Madison Schools the very best in the future.”

“Felicia has worked exceptionally hard on behalf of our students, staff, and taxpayers,” said Superintendent Jamie Grube. “She’s done a commendable job of managing the district’s finances and the COVID relief funds, ensuring we are accounting for every dollar. I will miss her partnership and leadership.”

“On behalf of the Board of Education and our community, I want to wish Felicia the absolute best in her retirement,” said Board President LaToya Dowdell-Burger. “We appreciate Felicia’s efforts to upgrade the District’s financial controls and reporting systems and her ongoing efforts to maximize our investment earnings.”

Under Drummey’s leadership, her office has earned two Auditor of State Awards and led the effort for Moody’s Investor’s Service to upgrade the district’s credit rating.

The Groveport Madison Board of Education has yet to determine the process to be used to recruit Drummey’s successor.

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