Business Office

Karl R. Keil

Karl R. Keil 
Assistant Superintendent
for Business
Phone: (315) 245-1024 

Karen Jones

Karen Jones
District Treasurer
Phone: (315) 245-4086 

Melissa Yager

Melissa Yager
Payroll &
Employee Benefits
Phone: (315) 245-1024

Anne Sochia

Anne Sochia
Accounts Payable
Phone: (315) 245-4084

Kristy Isom

Kristy Isom
Tax Clerk
Phone: (315) 245-4424

District Records & Information

Available thru the District Office at 51 Third Street Camden New York, 13316 (315)245-1024.
Record Access Officer – Karl Keil, Assistant Superintendent for Business (315)245-1024.

kkeil@camdencsd.org

Denial to receive records may be appealed to the Superintendent

District Records & Information

Available thru the District Office at 51 Third Street Camden New York, 13316 (315)245-1024.
Record Access Officer – Karl Keil, Assistant Superintendent for Business (315)245-1024.

kkeil@camdencsd.org

Denial to receive records may be appealed to the Superintendent

Employee Benefits 

Health Insurance: Excellus BCBS: 1(877)253-4797
Dental: Delta Dental of New York: 1(800)932-0783

Vision: Davis Vision: 1(800)999-5431
Longterm Disability Insurance: Lincoln Insurance: 1(800)423-2765

NYS Comptroller's "Report Of Examination" and Corrective Action Plan

See Downloads

Safety Plan

2021-2022 District Safety Plan
Please find the District-wide Safety Plan that was adopted at the July 6, 2021 regular board meeting.
Please call the Business office with any questions: 315-245-1024
Thank you, Karl Keil Assistant Superintendent for Business

Solar Production

Water Testing

The District completed the NYS required water testing for lead in their school building during 2021. 

Should you have any further questions, you may contact our District Wide Safety Coordinator, Karl Keil, at the District Office at 315-245-1024.

CES Water Testing Results 2021

MES Water Testing Results 2021

CMS Water Testing Results 2021

CHS Water Testing Results 2021

Camden Central School District Claims Audit Process

New York State Education Law requires a board to audit all claims before they are paid by the treasurer or appoint a claims auditor to assume the board’s powers and duties to examine and approve or disapprove claims. An effective claims audit process ensures that every claim against the district is subjected to an independent, thorough and deliberate review and that each claim contains adequate supporting documentation to determine whether the amounts claimed comply with statutory requirements and district policies and represent actual and necessary expenditures. 

Camden CSD Claims Audit Process August 2019

Comptroller Audit Review of Claims Process 2019

Complaint Procedures for Non-Public Schools
Complaints regarding equitable services for non-public schools should follow the procedures detailed at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/nonpub/Ombudsman.html.

ESSA Complaint Procedures
Please use the link below below to review the process for resolving complaints submitted to the New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) Office of ESSA-Funded Programs alleging that a local educational agency (LEA), grantee or NYSED has violated a law, rule, or regulation in the administration of any “covered Federal program” under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

http://www.nysed.gov/essa/new-york-state-essa-funded-programs-complaint-procedures