(1) The total amount received during the prior year from license plate contributions;
(2) An itemized list of each expenditure, and a description of each expenditure, made
using funds received from license plate contributions during the prior year;
(3) The total percentage of spending that was used to provide services to students
to assist in developing and maintaining mental and emotional well-being.
(B)(1) Not later than the first day of December of each year, the school, school district,
or career center shall submit the report to the department of mental health and addiction
services and to the registrar of motor vehicles. If a school, school district, or career center fails to submit the report by the
thirty-first day of December of any year, the registrar shall begin transmitting the
contribution for each registration involving the license plate for that school, school
district, or career center to the treasurer of state for deposit into the general
revenue fund, instead of for deposit in the license plate contribution fund created
in section 4501.21 of the Revised Code.
(2) Immediately after receiving a report from a school, school district, or career
center for which contributions are being diverted under division (B)(1) of this section,
the registrar shall resume transmitting the contributions received for that license
plate to the treasurer of state for deposit into the license plate contribution fund
and for later distribution to the school, school district, or career center.
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