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Office of Finance

Office of Finance

Finance Chief Financial Officer:  Martha Kreitzman
Office Main Phone:  414-475-8440

The Office of Finance provides financial planning and budget services, financial services, nutrition services, procurement and risk management and recreation and community services. The office aligns work to the Five Priorities of Success ensuring the majority of the district’s budget goes to schools, providing ongoing support and technical assistance to schools and district leaders, developing grants to provide supplemental support, procuring resources and safeguarding the district’s financial reputation. In addition, the office provides healthy meals and promotes healthy lifestyles, personal development and fun by offering recreational and educational programs.


The Office of Finance safeguards and acts as the steward for the district’s assets; ensures that the organization has a system of adequate financial internal controls; ensures organizational compliance with various legal and statutory requirements; provides reliable financial and budgetary information to all district and community stakeholders to form the basis of sound fiscal and operational decisions and to build community support; advises the Superintendent on financial matters, compliance, efficiencies, investments and strategy. The office supports academic achievement by maximizing resources in the schools, providing high‐quality, nutritious meals and by offering recreational and educational programs for people of all ages and abilities.


Financial Planning & Budget Services

  • Director :Nick Sinram
  • Phone: 414-475-8851
  • Fax: 414-475-8599

The Department of Financial Planning & Budget Services provides analytical support and recommendations for financial resources in the areas of budget, financial performance, and program policy; preserves and enhances financial resources through budget monitoring and dissemination of information; coordinates Title I compliance and non ‐ public school services; processes Medicaid claims; and develops the proposed and final adopted budgets.

Financial Services

  • Comptroller:
  • Alfred Balmaseda
  • Phone: 414-475-8048
  • Fax: 414-475-8599

The Department of Financial Services performs the tasks of accounting including school accounting and bookkeeping, accounts payable and receivable, banking, cash and debt management, trust accounting, fixed asset reporting and general ledger maintenance; ensures the accurate and timely payment of wages to MPS employees and the payment of all payroll ‐ related obligations; processes grant claims; reconciles the District’s accounting records; analyzes and presents District financial information for local, state and federal reporting; and prepares the annual Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).

Procurement and Risk Management

  • Director: Janine M. Adamczyk
  • Phone: 414-475-8609
  • Fax: 414-475-8104

The Department of Procurement & Risk Management reduces the probability, occurrence and cost of risk to MPS through the provision of risk identification and serves as the District's contracting authority for the procurement of goods and services.

Recreation and Community Services

  • Senior Director:
  • Lynn Greb
  • Phone: 414-475-8180
  •  Fax: 414-475-8541

The Department of Recreation & Community Services strives to promote healthy lifestyles, personal development and fun by offering recreational and educational programs for people of all ages and abilities.


School Nutrition

  • Director:
  • Mohammed Abdullah

The Department of Nutrition Services supports academic achievement by providing students with high quality, nutritious meals, with an emphasis on exceptional customer service and financial responsibility. In 2021-2022, we served  6.1 million lunches, 3.8 million breakfasts, 190,325 after-school snacks, and 13,000 dinners during the school year.

State & Federal Programs

  • Director :Shelley Perkins
  • Phone: 414-475-8009
  • Fax: 414-475-8599

The Department of State & Federal Programs provides grant development support and monitoring; promotes a greater understanding of federal ESEA and ESSER laws and regulations to ensure compliance with allowability and use of funds rules; coordinates Title I compliance and non ‐ public school services.

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